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Taylor, A. A. (Alfred Alexander), 1848-1931

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Personal name headingTaylor, A. A. (Alfred Alexander), 1848-1931
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Variant(s)Taylor, Alf, 1848-1931
Taylor, Alf A. (Alfred Alexander), 1848-1931
Taylor, Alfred Alexander, 1848-1931
Taylor, Mr. (Alfred Alexander), 1848-1931
See alsoTennessee. Governor (1921-1923 : Taylor)
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Other standard no.1200937228
Associated countryUnited States
Associated placeNashville (Tenn.)
Jonesborough (Tenn.)
Birth date1848-08-06
Death date1931-11-25
Place of birthCarter County (Tenn.)
Place of deathJohnson City (Tenn.)
Field of activityTennessee--Politics and government--1865-1950
Practice of law
AffiliationRepublican Party (U.S. : 1854- )
Tennessee. General Assembly. House of Representatives
United States. Congress. House
Profession or occupationGovernors
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Found inThe silver question, 1893: t.p. (Hon. A.A. Taylor, of Tennessee)
Biog. dir. of the U.S. Congress (WWW), 12 April 2000 (Taylor, Alfred Alexander; 1848-1931; U.S. Representative from Tennessee; Governor of Tennesse)
RLIN, 13 April 2000 (hdg.: Taylor, Alfred Alexander, 1848-1931; usage: Alf A. Taylor)
District of Columbia volunteers, 1890: p. 1 (Mr. Taylor, of Tennessee, from the Committee on War Claims)
Wikipedia August 22, 2023: (Alfred Alexander Taylor (August 6, 1848 - November 25, 1931), known as Alf Taylor, was an American politician and lecturer from eastern Tennessee. He served as the 34th governor of Tennessee from 1921 to 1923, one of three Republicans to hold the position from the end of Reconstruction to the latter half of the 20th century. Taylor was born in the Happy Valley community of Carter County, Tennessee... After his study of law, Taylor was admitted to the bar in 1870 and commenced practice in Jonesborough, Tennessee. Following his defeat in the 1922 governor's race, Taylor returned to his farm near Johnson City, Tennessee. He died on November 25, 1931, and was buried in the city's Monte Vista Cemetery. Member of the Tennessee House of Representatives: in office 1874-1876. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Tennessee's 1st district: in office March 4, 1889 - March 3, 1895)
Associated languageeng