Talk:James M. Wayne

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PedanticallySpeaking had written that James Moore Wayne was succeeded by Joseph Philo Bradley, remarking that the seat was abolished in 1867 but recreated in 1869. The seat was indeed abolished, but there's no reason to associate this seat with the one created in 1869. John Catron's seat was similarly abolished by the same law that abolished Wayne's seat, and only one seat was created in 1869, so which of these two seats would be the one that's recreated? The answer is that the seat created in 1869 is a brand spanking new seat and has nothing to do with Wayne's seat. — DLJessup 04:41, 9 Feb 2005 (UTC)

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A temporary subpage at User:Polbot/fjc/James Moore Wayne was automatically created by a perl script, based on this article at the Biographical Directory of Federal Judges. The subpage should either be merged into this article, or moved and disambiguated. Polbot (talk) 00:02, 6 March 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]