Portrait of Bartholomew Dandridge, attributed to John Trumbull, 1800-1802, oil on canvas. Image courtesy The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Museum Purchase.
Elected to the General Court by the General Assembly on May 29, 1778, and became a member, ex-officio, of the Court of Appeals when it met for the first time on August 30, 1779. Service terminated by death.
Other judicial service:
Judge, General Court, 1778-1785
Private practice, dates uncertain
Colonial burgess, 1772-1776
Delegate, Virginia Conventions, 1774-1776
Council of State, 1776-1778
State delegate, 1778
Elected to the General Court, Journal of the House of Delegates of the Commonwealth of Virginia, May-June 1778 Session, 38, cited by Thomas J. Little, “Bartholomew Dandridge (1737-1785),” Dictionary of Virginia Biography (1998); qualified as a judge on the Court of Appeals, 4 Call (8 Va.), 634; birth, education, career, and death, Little, “Bartholomew Dandridge.”