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Arthur Inghram Boreman United States Senator from West Virginia In office March 4, 1869 – March 3, 1875 Preceded by Peter G. Van Winkle Succeeded by Allen T. Caperton 1st Governor of West Virginia In office June 20, 1863 – February 26, 1869 Preceded by Office instituted Succeeded by Daniel D. T. Farnsworth Born July 24, 1823(1823-07-24) Waynesburg, Pennsylvania Died April 19, 1896(1896-04-19) (aged 72) Parkersburg, West Virginia Political party Republican Spouse(s) Laurane Tanner Bullock Boreman Profession Politician Religion Methodist Grave marker of Arthur Boreman at Parkersburg Memorial Gardens Arthur Inghram Boreman (July 24, 1823 – April 19, 1896) was the first Governor of the U.S. state of West Virginia and a United States Senator. Biography Boreman was born in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania. At the age of four, his family relocated to Middlebourne, Tyler County, which was then part of Virginia. In 1861 he presided over the Second Wheeling Convention, which established the Restored Government of Virginia as a step toward the establishment of a separate State of West Virginia. He served as governor of West Virginia from 1863 to 1869 and U.S. Senator from 1869 to 1875. On November 30, 1864, he married Laurane Tanner Bullock, widow of a Union soldier.[1] Boreman Hall, a dormitory on the campus of West Virginia University is named after him. In addition, Arthur I. Boreman Elementary School is named in his honor in the Tyler County town of Middlebourne, and formerly two elementary schools in the Kanawha County town of Cross Lanes and the outlying Parkersburg area in Wood County was named in his honor as well. References ^ "West Virginia's First Ladies," West Virginia Division of Culture and History, June 2007. External links Biographical Directory of the United States Congress Biography of Arthur I. Boreman Inaugural Address of Arthur I. Boreman Political offices Preceded by none Governor of West Virginia 1863–1869 Succeeded by Daniel D. T. Farnsworth United States Senate Preceded by Peter G. Van Winkle United States Senator (Class 1) from West Virginia 1869–1875 Served alongside: Waitman T. Willey, Henry G. Davis Succeeded by Allen T. Caperton v • d • e Governors of West Virginia Boreman · Farnsworth · Stevenson · Jacob · Mathews · Jackson · Wilson · Fleming · MacCorkle · Atkinson · White · Dawson · Glasscock · Hatfield · Cornwell · Morgan · Gore · Conley · Kump · Holt · Neely · Meadows · Patteson · Marland · Underwood · Barron · Smith · Moore · Rockefeller · Moore · Caperton · Underwood · Wise · Manchin  · Tomblin v • d • e United States Senators from West Virginia Class 1 Van Winkle • Boreman • Caperton • Price • Hereford • Camden • Faulkner • Scott • Chilton • Sutherland • Neely • Hatfield • Holt • Kilgore • Laird • Revercomb • Byrd • Goodwin • Manchin Class 2 Willey • Davis • Kenna • Camden • S. Elkins • D. Elkins • Watson • N. Goff • D. Elkins • G. Goff • Neely • Rosier • Shott • Revercomb • Neely • Hoblitzell • Randolph • Rockefeller Persondata Name Boreman, Arthur Inghram Alternative names Short description Date of birth July 24, 1823 Place of birth Waynesburg, Pennsylvania Date of death April 19, 1896 Place of death Parkersburg, West Virginia This article about a West Virginia politician is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e