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| office1= Mayor<br/>[[Charlottesville City Council]]
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| district1 = At-large
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| term_start1 = September 1, 1898
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| term_end1 = August 31, 1900
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| succeeded1 = [[Charles W. Allen]]
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| term_start3 = September 1, 1902
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| term_end3 = August 31, 1904
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| preceded3 = [[Charles W. Allen]]
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| succeeded3 = [[George W. Olivier]]
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| date_of_death = 1905
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| place_of_death = Charlottesville, VA 
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'''J. Samuel McCue''' is a former mayor of Charlottesville who was publicly hanged in 1905 at the [[Old County Jail]] after being convicted of murdering his wife<ref>Strong, Ted. "Old County Jail May Get New Life | Charlottesville Daily Progress." Charlottesville News, Sports, Business, Events and Jobs | Charlottesville Daily Progress. 5 July 2010. Web. 07 July 2010. <http://www2.dailyprogress.com/cdp/news/local/article/old_county_jail_may_get_new_life/57932/>.</ref> [[Fannie Crawford McCue]].   
 
'''J. Samuel McCue''' is a former mayor of Charlottesville who was publicly hanged in 1905 at the [[Old County Jail]] after being convicted of murdering his wife<ref>Strong, Ted. "Old County Jail May Get New Life | Charlottesville Daily Progress." Charlottesville News, Sports, Business, Events and Jobs | Charlottesville Daily Progress. 5 July 2010. Web. 07 July 2010. <http://www2.dailyprogress.com/cdp/news/local/article/old_county_jail_may_get_new_life/57932/>.</ref> [[Fannie Crawford McCue]].   
  
 
The Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals declined to re-hear his case on January 26, 1905. <ref>{{cite-progress-lindsay|title=McCue Refused a Re-hearing|url=http://search.lib.virginia.edu/catalog/uva-lib:2086879/view#openLayer/uva-lib:2086880/5575.5/1633.5/3/1/0|author=Staff Reports|pageno=1|printdate=January 26, 1905|publishdate=January 26, 1905|accessdate=January 22, 2017 from University of Virginia Library}}</ref>
 
The Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals declined to re-hear his case on January 26, 1905. <ref>{{cite-progress-lindsay|title=McCue Refused a Re-hearing|url=http://search.lib.virginia.edu/catalog/uva-lib:2086879/view#openLayer/uva-lib:2086880/5575.5/1633.5/3/1/0|author=Staff Reports|pageno=1|printdate=January 26, 1905|publishdate=January 26, 1905|accessdate=January 22, 2017 from University of Virginia Library}}</ref>
  
McCue was re-elected as the mayor of Charlottesville on February 24, 1898.<ref>{{cite-progress|title=Charlottesville events 1892-1902|url=|author=|pageno=3 (Special section celebrating newspaper's 120th anniversary in 2012)|printdate=29 Jan 2012|publishdate=|accessdate=|cturl=}}</ref>. His term of office expired on Thursday, September 1, 1904 - four days prior to the events of his wife's death on the following Sunday afternoon.
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McCue was re-elected as the mayor of Charlottesville on February 24, 1898.<ref>{{cite-progress|title=Charlottesville events 1892-1902|url=|author=|pageno=3 (Special section celebrating newspaper's 120th anniversary in 2012)|printdate=29 Jan 2012|publishdate=|accessdate=|cturl=}}</ref>. His term of office expired on Wednesday, August 31, 1904 - four days prior to the events of his wife's death on the following Sunday afternoon.
  
 
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Revision as of 00:47, 22 March 2020

J. Samuel McCue

Electoral District At-large
Term Start September 1, 1898
Term End August 31, 1900
Preceded by J. S. Patton
Succeeded by Charles W. Allen

Electoral District At-large
Term Start September 1, 1902
Term End August 31, 1904
Preceded by Charles W. Allen
Succeeded by George W. Olivier

Biographical Information

Date of death 1905
Place of death Charlottesville, VA
Profession Attorney

J. Samuel McCue is a former mayor of Charlottesville who was publicly hanged in 1905 at the Old County Jail after being convicted of murdering his wife[1] Fannie Crawford McCue.

The Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals declined to re-hear his case on January 26, 1905. [2]

McCue was re-elected as the mayor of Charlottesville on February 24, 1898.[3]. His term of office expired on Wednesday, August 31, 1904 - four days prior to the events of his wife's death on the following Sunday afternoon.


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References

  1. Strong, Ted. "Old County Jail May Get New Life | Charlottesville Daily Progress." Charlottesville News, Sports, Business, Events and Jobs | Charlottesville Daily Progress. 5 July 2010. Web. 07 July 2010. <http://www2.dailyprogress.com/cdp/news/local/article/old_county_jail_may_get_new_life/57932/>.
  2. Web. McCue Refused a Re-hearing, Staff Reports, Daily Progress Digitized Microfilm, Lindsay family, January 26, 1905, retrieved January 22, 2017 from University of Virginia Library. Print. January 26, 1905 page 1.
  3. Print: Charlottesville events 1892-1902, , Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises 29 Jan 2012, Page 3 (Special section celebrating newspaper's 120th anniversary in 2012).