John Endicott (Dedham)
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John Endicott (February 14, 1764 – January 31, 1857) was an early American politician from Dedham, Massachusetts.
Endicott held many public offices and was always an active and influential citizen of Dedham. He was a Representative to the Great and General Court from 1805 to 1814, and again in 1816, 1830, and 1834. He became a Senator from 1817 to 1819 and from 1831 to 1833. Endicott was also a member of the Constitutional Convention of 1820 and a Presidential Elector in 1824, as well as being a member of the Executive Council from 1827 to 1830.
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