Abram M. Scott
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Abram Marshall Scott (March 13,1785 – July 12, 1833) was a National Republican Mississippi politician born in South Carolina (Edgefield County). He was an early settler of Wilkinson County, Mississippi and was instrumental in founding the town of Woodville, Mississippi. He held a number of local political offices there before his election to the senate. He served in the state senate in 1822 and 1826–1827. In 1832, he was sworn in as seventh Governor of Mississippi and served until his death by cholera on July 12, 1833 at the age of 48. He is buried in Greenwood Cemetery in Jackson, Mississippi.
- Abram Marshall Scott at National Governors Association
- "Abram M. Scott". Find a Grave. Retrieved September 3, 2010.
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