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Cordon Worth CHAMBERS

Cordon Worth CHAMBERS, American Councilman. Member of Junior Order of United American Mechanics; Sigma Delta Kappa (law); The American Legion.

Background

  • CHAMBERS, Cordon Worth was born on December 25, 1895 in Augusta, Georgia, United States.

  • Education

    • Augusta Public Schools. Richmond Academy; University of Georgia, Bachelor of Laws.

    Career

    • C. Mexican Border with Richmond Hussars, Georgia Cavalry Unit, 1916. Company C., 106 Field Signal Battalion, Division 31, American Expeditionary Forces, 1917-1919. Appointed Colonel, Governor’s Staff, 1927, re-appointed, 1929.

      Member, Georgia State Democrat Executive Committee, 1926-1928-29-30-31. Elected City Councilman, 1929-1932. Chairman, River and Wharves Committee, Augusta City Council.

      Lawyer and public speaker. Author of miscellaneous legal articles in Central Law Journal.

    Membership

    Member of Junior Order of United American Mechanics. Sigma Delta Kappa (law). The American Legion. Clubs: The Advocate (legal), Last Man, Richmond Hussars.

    Connections

    • Spouse Laura Mae Harrigal, December 31, 1921, Warrenville, S.
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