Thomas Posey

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  1. Jennings was first Governor of the State of Indiana
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Thomas Posey
Thomas Posey Portrait.jpg
Portrait of Posey by John Bayless Hill
State Senator of Kentucky
Speaker 1805–1806
In office
1804–1806
U.S. Senate
Preceded by U.S. senator (Class 2) from Louisiana
1812–1813
Served alongside: Allan B. Magruder
Succeeded by
Political offices
Preceded by
John Gibson
Acting Territorial Governor
Governor of Indiana Territory
1813–1816
Succeeded by
Jonathan Jennings
First State Governor
Preceded by Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky
1806–1808
Succeeded by