Levi Kline (Whig7) Dauphin and Lebanon Counties 1842-1843 (Whig7) Lancaster and Lebanon Counties 1844-1845
Levi Kline, born October 14, 1811, Wrightsville, York County, Pennsylvania; son of Jacob and Elizabeth Withers; married, Bellamina Ebert Sell Kline, children, Jacob Kline, Mathilda H. Colby, Ebert Kline, Ida Kline, Jacob Kline, Mary Kline, Belle Thresher, Levi Kline, George Ebert Kline; read law, 1830, admitted, Lebanon County bar, 1834; junior partner, law firm, 1834-1845; elected, Whig, Pennsylvania State Senate 1842-1845; delegate, Republican National Convention, 1860; died, September 17, 1863, (aged 51), at home, enlarged liver, Lebanon, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania; interment, Mount Lebanon Cemetery, Lebanon, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania.
Father died, while Levi was fifteen years of age, placed under the care of his brother, George W., who provided his education. Read law, 1830, admitted, Lebanon County bar, 1834; joined his brother’s law firm as junior partner. Law firm, dissolved by the death of his brother, 1845.
Elected, Whig, Pennsylvania State Senate, 7th district, Dauphin and Lebanon Counties, 1842-1843.
Elected, Whig, Pennsylvania State Senate, 7th district, Lancaster and Lebanon Counties, 1844-1845.
Delegate, Republican National Convention, 1860.
The Lancaster Examiner (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania) Wednesday September 30, 1863, page 3.