Andrew Jackson May Edit Profile
Bachelor of Laws, 1898.
Admitted to Kentucky bar, 1898. In practice at Prestonsburg, since 1900. County attorney, Floyd County, 1901-1909.
Later special judge Circuit Court, Johnson and Martin counties. President Beaver Valley Coal Corporation.
Religious freedom should be supported and the expressions of faith of others should be respected.
All Christians should study Old and New Testament, which texts were written and gathered together over a long period of time. It is important to find out as much as we can about the original contexts in which texts were produced.
Member 72d Congress (1931-1933), 10th Kentucky District, and 73d Congress (1933-1935), Kentucky at large, and 74th to 78th Congresses (1935-1945), 7th Kentucky District. Mason (K.T.).; Member Rotary International.
Married Julia Grace Mayo, July 17, 1901. Children: Olga May (Mistress Clifford B. Latta), Andrew J., Robert V. Teacher, country schools.