Supreme Court justices--Tennessee

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John Summerfield Wilkes Collection

 Collection — Folder 1: [30081044672669]
Identifier: MSS.0503
Overview John Summerfield Wilkes was born March 2, 1841 in Culleoka, Maury County, Tennessee and died, at the age of 67, in Pulaski, Tennessee on February 2, 1908. He attended Alabama Western University in Florence and studied law under a private teacher in Nashville until the Civil War began. During the war, he served as a captain in the Third Tennessee Regiment, Confederate Army, and as Adjutant General on the staff of General John C. Brown. Wilkes married Florence A. Barker on June 20, 1865 and soon...
Dates: 2001

 

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