Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

William H. Ward
MSA SC 3520-15870


Died in Baltimore City, Maryland, on July 26, 1827, after a prolonged illness.

Unsuccessful candidate, House of Delegates, Cecil County, 1808. Member of Executive Council, 1812-1816. Federalist. Associate Judge, Sixth Judicial District (Baltimore and Harford counties), 1818-1827. In February, 1827, a House of Delegates committee considered whether Ward should be removed from the bench for his lack of attendence, but no action was ever taken.

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