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William Griffee BROWN

William Griffee BROWN, American State Commissioner of Prohibition. Member, Congressional Committee, Third Congressional District, W. Virginia, 1916-1920; Chairman Republican Executive Committee Nicholas Company, 1920-1924; appointed State Commissioner of Prohibition, Charleston, West Virginia, 1921-1926; re-appointed, since 1929.

Background

  • BROWN, William Griffee was born on July 19, 1864 in Meigs Company, Ohio, United States. Son of Wm. H. and Arminta (Hypes) Brown.

  • Education

    • National Normal University, Lebanon, O., B.S, 1889.

    Career

    • National Normal University, Lebanon, O., B.S, 1889.

    Membership

    Member, Congressional Committee, Third Congressional District, W. Virginia, 1916-1920. Chairman Republican Executive Committee Nicholas Company, 1920-1924. Appointed State Commissioner of Prohibition, Charleston, West Virginia, 1921-1926.

    Re-appointed, since 1929.
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    Born July 19, 1864
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