William Gustavus Conley Edit Profile
Bachelor of Laws, West Virginia University, 1893, Doctor of Laws, 1929.
Teacher, public schools, 1886-1891. Superintendent schools, Preston Company, 1891-1893. Admitted to West Virginia bar, 1893, and began practice at Parsons.
Prosecuting attorney, Tucker Company, 1896-1904. Member city council, Parsons, 1897-1899. Mayor of Parsons, 1901-1903.
Editor and part owner Parsons Advocate, 1896-1903. Member city council, Kingwood, 1903-1905, mayor of Kingwood, 1906-1908. Appointed attorney general, West Virginia, 1908, to fill vacancy.
Elected to same office, 1908, for term 1909-1913. Member and v.-chairman State Board of Education, 1924-1929. Governor of West Virginia, for term 1929-1933.
Honorary member National Council of the United States Ednl. Association Assistant secretary Republican National Convention, 1896.
It is vital to meet and worship with other Christians in order to grow in the Christian life and to understand what is God's will for people and for their communities.
Church members should support and resourcing their institutions to reflect on political issues in the light of Christian faith.
Member advisory council United States Law Review.
Married Bertie Ison Martin, July 14, 1892. Children: William G. (deceased), Marion (deceased), Lillian (Mistress.