Coleman Livingston Blease Edit Profile
Bachelor of Laws, Georgetown University, 1889.
Admitted to bar, 1889, and began practice with brother, Harry H., at Newberry. Senior member firm Blease & Dominick (Honorary Fred H.), and senior member Blease & Blease.
The faith should be based on the Bible, but also on reason, tradition, and personal experience.
The state should not use its authority to promote particular religious beliefs, nor should it require prayer or worship in the public schools. However, the state should leave students free to practice their own religious convictions.
Member South Carolina., House of Representatives, 1890-1898 (speaker pro tem, 1891-1892). Member South Carolina. Senate, 1904-1908 (president pro tem, 1907-1908).
Member United States Senate, term 1925-1931. Served as chairman Democratic party, Newberry County. Member American, South Carolina.
State, Newberry Company and Richland County bar associations.
Married Lillie B. Summers, South Carolina., February 1890 (died 1934).