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John Laidley (1791, Morgantown, (West) Virginia – 1863, West Virginia) was a prominent Virginia lawyer and politician who was one of the founders of Marshall University in 1837. The part of Virginia where Marshall University is located is now part of West Virginia.
- Marshall University: The Early Years
- Virgil A. Lewis, "A History of Marshall Academy" (1912), p. 9 n. 2.
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