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Mr. David M. Jennings

Facilities Administrator

First ARP Church

HQ Phone: (704) 864-3468

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First ARP Church

317 S. Chester St.

Gastonia, North Carolina 28052

United States

Company Description

We also offer a number of short-term mission trips every year for youth and adults. Recently, we have sent mission teams to Haiti, Dearborn, MI, and Mexico. We have upcoming trips planned to Honduras and again to Haiti. It is our goal for our members to h ... more

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Truman Public Schools

U.S. Marine Corps

bachelor of arts

political science

Mankato State University


political science

Mankato State University

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Assistant to the Associate Pastor
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Hammond and David Jennings at St. Clairsville, and soon became prominent at the bar. In 1838 he was elected governor on the Democratic ticket by 5,738 votes over Jos. Vance, the Whig candidate. In 1840 he was defeated by Mr. Corwin, but in 1843 was elected governor for a second time.

In 1844, he was appointed minister to Mexico. In 1852 he was sent to Congress, where he was one of the four Ohio Democrats who voted for the Kansas and Nebraska bill. President Pierce later appointed him governor of Kansas, which position he resigned in 1857 and resumed the practice of law. In 1875, in connection with the Hon. Jeremiah Black, of Pennsylvania, he argued the celebrated Osage land case before the Supreme Court and won the case for the settlers.
As a lawyer he was bold, diligent, courteous and ever ready to assist the weak and struggling. Possessing a noble presence, in his old age he was described as a picture of a hardy, hale old gentleman of the olden time. He died in 1877 and was buried at Lawrence, Kansas, where the last twenty years of his life had been spent.

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