Walter Wagner Faw Edit Profile
Preparatory education, Science Hill Academy, Johnson City. Kentucky Military Institute (Farmdale). Virginia Military Institute, Lexington: Bachelor of Laws, Cumberland U. Law School, Lebanon, Tennessee, 1889, Doctor of Laws, 1932.
Admitted to Tennessee bar, 1889, and practiced at Johnson City, member Harr & Faw, 1889-1891, Faw & Cox, 1891-1895. Moved to Franklin, Tennessee, 1899. Member Faw & Crockett, 1899-1905.
1st assistant attorney general and reporter, Tennessee, 1905-1913. Special judge, Supreme Court, Tennessee, 4 months, 1914. Judge Court of Civil Appeals (now Court of Appeals) from September 1, 1918 (and presiding judge from 1923), to date of voluntary retirement from active service, effective December 16, 1940.
Alderman, Johnson City, 1891-1893. City attorney, Johnson City, 1893-1894. Mayor of Johnson City, 1896-1898.
Member Tennessee House of Representatives, 1905.
The Gospel of Christ is the message that can lead one to salvation. It shows the essential steps that one must take to secure the goal that God wishes all to attain.
When peaceful alternatives to resolve the conflict failed, the use of force may be the only option to check aggression or genocide.
Member American Tennessee State and Williamson County bar associations, Alpha Tau Omega. Mason (K.T.), Knights of Pythias.
Married Martha Elizabeth Kernan, May 25, 1892 (deceased). Children: Carrie Kernan (Mistress.