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Page 73 - Association, is a vigorous advocate of the principles and policies for which the republican party stands sponsor, and has been influential in the ranks of his party in this section of Kentucky.
Page 82 - He is a stalwart democrat, is affiliated with the Masonic fraternity, and is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, as was also his wife.
Page 340 - At the outbreak of the civil war, he enlisted in the Confederate army as a private and at the close of the war was mustered out as a captain.
Page 249 - ... town of which his father served as mayor for four terms. Bohol is one of the thirteen provinces that make up the Visayan group. Carlos taught school for two and a half years (1914-17) before entering Silliman University in Negros Oriental for a year's study (1918-19). He later attended the Philippine Law School, from which he was graduated with the LL.B. degree in 1923 ; during that year he was also admitted to the bar. For about the next ten years Garcia practiced law ; he was at the same time...
Page 139 - Ya., until the outbreak of the civil war when he enlisted in the Confederate army, and served during the entire war. He was employed in various capacities after the war, finally teaching music in Baltimore, Md. He was a fellow of the Royal society, a Doctor of Music, received the degree of Master of Arts from seven universities, and was president of the Historical brotherhood of Maryland.
Page 91 - Cskaloosa and a representative of one of the old and honored families of this- section of the state.
Page 272 - Fraternally he is affiliated with the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, being a charter member of the lodge at Sholdesville.