Captain Thomas Stokely (Democratic-Republican11) Allegheny and Washington Counites 1794-1797
Captain Thomas Stokely, born March 27, 1755, Lewes, Sussex County, Delaware; son of John and Elizabeth Baynes Stokely; private, Ranger Company 8th Pennsylvania, commanded, first cousin Nehemiah Stokely, American Revolution; Justice of the Court of Common Pleas; surveyor, Washington County; elected, Democratic-Republican, Pennsylvania State House of Representatives, 1791-1794; elected, Democratic-Republican Pennsylvania State Senate, 1794-1797; unsuccessful campaign, United States House of Representatives, 1796; captain, War of 1812; married, Elisabeth Mountford, children, Samuel Stokely, Frances Pope Stokely Wilson, Eliza Wilson Stokely Cox, Ann C Stokely Miller; died, July 25, 1824 (aged 68–69) Washington County, Pennsylvania; interment, Hoge Memorial Burial Ground, Washington, Washington County, Pennsylvania.
Elected, Democratic-Republican Pennsylvania State House of Representatives Washington County, 1791-1794.
Elected, Democratic-Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 11thd district, Allegheny and Washington Counites, 1794-1797.
Unsuccessful campaign, United States House of Representatives, Pennsylvania 12th district, 1796.