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Sam Gilbert BRATTON

Sam Gilbert BRATTON, United States Senator. Member; Scottish Rite; Woodmen of World.

Background

  • BRATTON, Sam Gilbert was born on August 19, 1888 in Kos8e, Limestone Company, Texas.

  • Education

    • Public Schools and State Normal School, Texas

    Career

    • Admitted to Bar of Texas at age of 21. Moved to Clovis, N. Mexico, and engaged in practice of law, 1915. Elected District Judge, 5 Judicial District, N. Mexico, 30 years of age, 1918.

      Elected Association Justice, Supreme Court, N. Mexico, 1922. Elected to the United States Senate, 1924, 36 years of age, youngest member of Senate at time of taking oath of office. Delegate from N. Mexico, Democratic National.

      Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, 1916, Houston, 1928. Delegate, General Conference of Methodist Episcopal Church Southern, Hot Springs, Arkansas, 1922.

    Religion

    Methodist Episcopal Church South.

    Membership

    • Member; Scottish Rite.

    Connections

    • Spouse Vivian Rogers, January 25, 1908, Hareford, Texas.
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    Born August 19, 1888
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