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Delahay, Mark W.
Died May 8, 1879, in Kansas City, KS
Federal Judicial Service:
Judge, U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas
Received a recess appointment from Abraham Lincoln on October 6, 1863, to a seat vacated by Archibald Williams; nominated to the same position by Abraham Lincoln on December 14, 1863. Confirmed by the Senate on March 15, 1864, and received commission on March 15, 1864. Service terminated on December 12, 1873, due to resignation.
Private practice, Illinois, -1853
Editor, Virginia [Illinois] Observer, 1848-1849
Private practice, Mobile, Alabama, 1853-1855
Private practice, Leavenworth, Kansas Territory, 1855-1857
Owner/editor, The [Kansas] Territorial Register, 1857-
Chief clerk, Kansas Territorial House of Representatives, 1860-1861
Surveyor general of Kansas and Nebraska, 1861-1863
Impeached by the U.S. House of Representatives, February 28, 1873; no trial following resignation