2 edition of John Hollis Bankhead (late a senator from Alabama). found in the catalog.
John Hollis Bankhead (late a senator from Alabama).
|Other titles||Memorial addresses on John H. Bankhead, Senator from Alabama|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||133|
Tallulah Brockman Bankhead (Janu – Decem ) was an American actress.. Always known as just "Tallula", she was one of the most famous actresses of her time. She was born into a wealthy and influential Alabama family. Her father was a leading 'Southern Democrat', and in the s became Speaker of the U.S. House of : Tallulah Brockman Bankhead, Janu , . Tallulah Brockman Bankhead (Janu – Decem ) was an American actress of the stage and screen. Bankhead was a member of the Brockman Bankhead family, a prominent Alabama political family; her grandfather and uncle were U.S. Senators and her father served as an term member of Congress, the final two as Speaker of the House of Representatives.
John Hollis II Bankhead (), American Democrat politician, Member of Alabama State House of Representatives, ; U.S. Senator from Alabama, John Hollis Bankhead (), American Democrat politician, Member of Alabama State House of Representatives, , ; Member of Alabama State Senate, . Includes information on Confederate recruitment, politicians after the Civil War, Presidential elections, the Virginia militia, and economic conditions in the U.S. Correspondents include Henry Mills Alden, Thomas Baily Aldrich, John Hollis Bankhead, Harry Flood Byrd, Champ Clark, John Warwick Daniel, Henry De La War Flood, Carter Glass, Epps.
WILLIAM BROCKMAN BANKHEAD, , Paul F. Goodridge Bankhead family history including the Hollis family connection to the Bankhead family. The History of Dark Corner, Campbell County, GA, , John B. Bailey Hollis, Dorris and Darnell families among others. BANKHEAD, JOHN HOLLIS, United States Senator from Alabama, born in Marion co., Ala., in He was educated in the common schools and served in .
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John Hollis BankheadIn addition to serving as a soldier, state legislator, and prison warden, John Hollis Bankhead () was a member of the U.S. Congress for 33 yearsâ first in John Hollis Bankhead book House of Representatives and later in the Senate.
Bankhead was also a farmer, a businessman, and the patriarch of a family that spawned many other famous Alabamians, including sons and fellow politicians.
US Senator. Born the son of Senator John H. Bankhead, he graduated from the University of Alabama, infrom the law department of Georgetown University Washington, D.C., inwas admitted to the bar in and commenced to practice law in Jasper, Alabama.
He served as a Major in the Alabama National Guard. John Hollis Bankhead, Sr. was the father of good federal roads. In Washington there stands a monument testifing to this legislative feat. The monument is a sundial, with the name of Lincoln engraved on one side, the name of John Hollis Bankhead on the other.
The "Bankhead Highway" runs from Washington through the deep South and on out to the Spouse: Tallulah James (Brockman) Bankhead. BANKHEAD, John Hollis, (father of John Hollis Bankhead II and William Brockman Bankhead, and grandfather of Walter Will Bankhead), a Representative and a Senator from Alabama; born in Moscow, Marion (now Lamar) County, Ala., Septem ; attended the common schools; planter; served in the Confederate Army during the Civil War as captain in the Alabama Infantry.
JOHN HOLLIS BANKHEAD. John Hollis Bankhead, II was a U.S. senator from the state of Alabama. Like his father, John H. Bankhead, he was elected three times to the Senate, and like his father, he. Happy Birthday. JOHN HOLLIS BANKHEAD,SR.
BIOGRAPHY and GENEALOGY () Fayette, Marion, Lamar County, Alabama. John Hollis Bankhead of Fayette County, Alabama, was born on his father’s farm in Moscow, Marion County (now Lamar), Alabama, Sept. 13,the son of James Greer Bankhead and wife, Susan Fleming Hollis.
John Hollis Bankhead () was a U.S. senator, an Alabama state legislator and warden of the state penitentiary at Wetumpka from His efforts to improve the nation’s roads and waterways led to bridges, roads, and tunnels being named in his : Erin Harney.
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Get this from a library. John Hollis Bankhead: memorial addresses delivered in the Senate and House of Representatives of the U.S.
[John Hollis Bankhead; United States. Congress; United States. Congress. Memorial address.]. TUSCALOOSA – John Hollis ""Jack"" Bankhead, IV, of Tuscaloosa, Ala., died Maat Forest Manor Nursing Home.
Private arrangements were made for his return to his beloved Walker. John H. Bankhead II John H Bankhead United States Senator from Alabama In office March 4, – J Preceded by J. Thomas Heflin Succeeded by George R. Swift Personal details Born John Hollis Bankhead II July 8, near Old Moscow, Lamar County, Alabama Died J (aged 73) United States Naval Hospital, Bethesda Parents: John H.
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JOHN HOLLIS BANKHEAD () PAPERS, and undated Finding aid Call number: LPR53 Extent: 8 cubic ft. (17 archives boxes, 1 oversized box, and 6 oversized scrapbooks.). Bankhead Tunnel. Construction of the Bankhead Tunnel began in It was named for John Hollis Bankhead, an Alabama native who served in both houses of the State Legislature, as well as the United States Senate from He was also the grandfather of Tallulah Bankhead.
Built at a cost of $4 million (or more than $65 million today. Senator John Hollis Bankhead ca. (Bain News Service Library of Congress) Senator Bankhead was a member of the Inland Waterways Commission in United States Senator John H. Bankhead II and Speaker of the House William Brockman Bankhead were his sons, and actress Tallulah Bankhead was his granddaughter.
Bankhead was born on September The Bankhead Highway, named for the well-known U.S. senator and "father of good roads," John Hollis Bankhead, was a cross-continental route from Washington, D.C.
to San Diego. It encompassed all of Texas State Highway 1 from Texarkana to El Paso, though as the directions illustrate, it. Bankhead, John Hollis (băngk`hĕd), –, American politician,Ala.; brother of William Brockman Bankhead Bankhead, William Brockman, –, U.S. Representative from Alabama (–40), b.
Lamar co., Ala. Chairman of the House rules committee (–35), Democratic floor leader (–36), and Speaker of the House (–40), he was one of the. - Significance: The Bankhead House is the long-time home of John Hollis Bankhead, Sr.
whose efforts to develop waterways, roads and industrial enterprise strongly impacted the District's economic development. As a Congressman and Senator for 33 years, Bankhead chaired committees on canals and. Get this from a library.
John Hollis Bankhead (late a senator from Alabama). Memorial addresses delivered in the Senate and the House of representatives of the United States, Sixty-sixth Congress, second [sic] session. Proceedings in the Senate December 9, Proceedings in the House Janu [United States.
Congress]. TOGETHER WITH REMARKS PRESENTED IN EULOGY OF JOHN HOLLIS BANKHEAD 2D, LATE SENATOR FROM ALABAMA. Washington, D. This book is hard-bound in black cloth with gilt stamping to the upper cover and with white manuscript letters/numbers on the Rating: % positive.
John Hollis Bankhead (congressman from Alabama) at the 8, × 6,; MB John Hollis Bankhead cph.3ajpg 1, × 1,; KB John Hollis Bankhead 2, × .Read the rest of the story in Lamar County Kin Volume One by Barb Carruth. Jesse Hollis & Eunice Tomlin Cole. They were born in Lamar County Alabama to John Cole and Ida Vernon Cole and Jacob Lafayette and Mary Emily (Molly) Tomlin.
Both were reared on farms. The grandfathers of Jesse and Eunice were confederate soldiers.The Bankhead Highway was named for Good Roads promoter John Hollis Bankhead.
John Hollis Bankhead () was a Confederate war hero, an Alabama state representative, a state senator, a ten-term member of the U.S.
House of Representatives, and finally a U.S. Senator.