WOOLFOLK, JOHN. Born -; died 1858; represented the county in the Reform Convention of 1850-51, and was greatly
beloved by all his contemporaries, as the following resolutions, entered of record in the order book of January,
1858, on the motion of Lewis B. Williams, abundantly prove:
That in his death, the people of the County of Orange, have lost a friend, who in the varied relations of representative,
lawyer, and citizen was able, honest and faithful, brave, generous and disinterested, with talents of the highest
order, and an integrity of purpose and action, which was never subjected to suspicion, he has left behind him the
memory which will be cherished by his countymen, of eminent ability, enlightened patriotism and incorruptible virtue.
A History of Orange County, Virginia
By: W. W. Scott
Everett Waddey & Co.
Richmond, Va. 1907
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