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Patterson, Malcolm R. (Malcolm Rice), 1861-1935

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Personal name headingPatterson, Malcolm R. (Malcolm Rice), 1861-1935
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Variant(s)Patterson, Hamilton R. (Hamilton Rice), 1861-1935
See alsoTennessee. Governor (1907-1911 : Patterson)
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Other standard no.1200908295
Associated countryUnited States
Associated placeMemphis (Tenn.)
Birth date1861-06-07
Death date1935-03-08
Place of birthSomerville (Ala.)
Place of deathSarasota (Fla.)
Field of activityTennessee--Politics and government--1865-1950
AffiliationUnited States. Congress. House
Democratic Party (U.S.)
Profession or occupationGovernors
Found inNUCMC data from Memphis St. Univ. Libr., Mississippi Valley Collection for Loyal Tennesseans League. Records, 1932 (Malcolm R. Patterson; former gov. of Tenn.)
WWWA, 1897-1942 (Patterson, Malcolm Rice; b. Morgan Co., Ala, 1861; d. 1935; U.S. rep. from Tenn., 1901-1907; gov. of Tenn., 1907-1911; circuit ct. judge, Shelby Co., Tenn.)
Wikipedia August 21, 2023: (Malcolm Rice Patterson (June 7, 1861 - March 8, 1935) was an American politician and jurist. He served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1901 to 1906, and as the 30th governor of Tennessee from 1907 to 1911. He later served as a circuit court judge in Memphis (1923-1934), and wrote a weekly column for the Memphis Commercial Appeal (1921-1933). Patterson was born on June 7, 1861 as Hamilton Rice Patterson in Somerville, Alabama... In 1866, his father changed his first name to "Malcolm." The family moved to Memphis, Tennessee, in 1872, where Patterson would graduate from Christian Brothers College (now Christian Brothers University). He studied at Vanderbilt University in the early 1880s, and read law with his father. He was admitted to the bar in 1883. Patterson died on March 8, 1935, while on a visit to Sarasota, Florida. Political party: Democratic)
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