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Beckham, John Crepps Wickliffe, 1869-1940

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Personal name headingBeckham, John Crepps Wickliffe, 1869-1940
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Variant(s)Beckham, J. C. W., 1869-1940
See alsoKentucky. Governor (1900-1907 : Beckham)
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Associated countryUnited States
LocatedRichmond (Ky.) Bardstown (Ky.)
Birth date1869-08-05
Death date1940-01-09
Place of birthBardstown (Ky.)
Place of deathLouisville (Ky.)
AffiliationDemocratic Party (U.S.) Central University (Richmond, Ky.)
Kentucky. General Assembly. House of Representatives
United States. Congress. Senate
Kentucky. Governor
Profession or occupationLegislators Lawyers High school principals
Found inLibrary of Congress Manuscript Division for Bingham, R. W. Papers, 1879-1974 (Beckham, John Crepps Wickliffe; correspondent; b. 1869; d. 1940)
PREMARC file, May 30, 1997 (hdg.: Beckham, John Crepps Wickliffe, 1869- )
Kentucky encyclopedia, ©1992: page 65 (John Crepps Wickliffe Beckham; born in Bardstown, Ky.; attended Central University in Richmond, Ky.; principal of Bardstown public schools 1888-1893; admitted to the bar 1889, opened a law practice in 1893; elected to Kentucky House of Representatives as a Democrat 1894-1900; became governor of Kentucky after the assassination of William Goebel then elected by special election. Served in U.S. Senate 1915-1921. Died January 9, 1940.)
Wikipedia, viewed February 28, 2019 (under J. C. W. Beckham: John Crepps Wickliffe Beckham; born August 5, 1869; governor of Kentucky, February 3, 1900-December 10, 1907; U. S. Senator March 4, 1915-March 3, 1921; died in Louisville, Ky.; political party: Democratic)
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