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James Manning Faircloth

engineer

James Manning Faircloth, American engineer. Member Alabama State Water Improvement Commission, Tuscaloosa (Alabama) City Planning Board; member Tuscaloosa Housing; Fellow American Society of Civil Engineers (director district 10 council, president Alabama section,; member American Society for Engineering Education, American Association University Professors, Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon, Theta Tau (faculty adviser), Sigma Phi Epsilon.; Kiwanian.

Background

Faircloth, James Manning was born on August 4, 1903 in Clinton, North Carolina, United States. Son of Cyrus Mills and Alice Lerina (Wade) Faircloth.

Education

Graduate Georgia Military Academy, 1922. Bachelor of Science, North Carolina State College, 1928. Master of Sciences, University Alabama 1938.

Career

; children—Elise, Alice Wade, James M., Anne Moore. Married second, Louise Goodwyn, June 10, 1958. Instructor civil engring: U. Alabama, 1928-1931, assistant professor, 1931-1939, associate professor, 1939-1945, professor, since 1945, assistant dean engineering, 1939-1945, head department сivil engineering, since 1946, acting dean college engineering, 1952-1953, various professional jobs in highway engineering, sanitary engineering and general сivil engineering, since 1928.

Membership

Member Alabama State Water Improvement Commission, Tuscaloosa (Alabama) City Planning Board. Member Tuscaloosa Housing. Fellow American Society of Civil Engineers (director district 10 council, president Alabama section.

Member American Society for Engineering Education, American Association University Professors, Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon, Theta Tau (faculty adviser), Sigma Phi Epsilon.

Connections

Married Annie Moore Parker, August 22, 1928 (deceased.; married second, Louise Goodwyn, June 10, 1958. Children: Elise, Alice Wade, James M., Anne Moore.

father:
Cyrus Mills Faircloth

mother:
Alice Lerina (Wade) Faircloth

spouses:
Annie Moore Parker

Louise Goodwyn

children:
Elise Faircloth

Alice Wade Faircloth

James M. Faircloth

Anne Moore Faircloth