Paul Brown Edit Profile
Graduated from the University Georgia.
He was admitted to the state bar in that year and began practicing law in Lexington, Georgia. He farmed and also served as the Mayor of Lexington from 1908 to 1914. Brown served in the Georgia House of Representatives in 1907 and 1908.
In 1920, Brown moved to Elberton, Georgia in Elbert County and served as that county's attorney from 1928 to 1933. In 1932, he was a delegate to the 1932 Democratic National Convention. The next year Brown successfully ran in a special election to fill the vacant seat in Georgia's 10th congressional district in the United States House of Representatives caused by the death of incumbent Charles Hillyer Brand.
Brown finished the rest of that term in the 73rd United States Congress and was reelected to 13 additional terms in that position. A staunch segregationist, in 1956, Brown signed "The Southern Manifesto."
In 1960, he did not seek reelection. Brown died the next year on September 24, 1961, in Elberton and was buried in that city's Elmhurst Cemetery.
When seeking to address certain political issues, the Church must engage with other denominations to understand their views and needs.
Different kinds of small groups inside the overall Methodist movement should be encouraged to developed, so that both leaders and members of the societies could receive support and challenge in their faith.
Member several fraternal orders.
Married Frances Lewis Arnold, October 21, 1914. Children: Robert Thomas (deceased), Frances Rosalyn.