Men of Mark in Georgia: A Complete and Elaborate History of the State from Its Settlement to the Present Time, Chiefly Told in Biographies and Autobiographies of the Most Eminent Men of Each Period of Georgia's Progress and Development, Volume 5
William J. Northen, John Temple Graves
A. B. Caldwell, 1908 - Georgia
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A. B. Caldwell active Alford America ancestors Association Atlanta Bank Baptist Church Barrington King became BERNARD SUTTLER Board born Brigham brother Butts county Candler Captain citizens Cobb College Colonel Company cotton daughter Democratic descended died director early elected Emory College England entered farm farmer father Geor George graduated grandfather Hardaway Hart county Henry honor Hoschton institution interest James John Knights of Pythias LaGrange LaGrange College living Macon manufacture marriage married Miss Mary Mason Medical mercantile Mercer University Methodist Church mill mother moved native North organized physician planter political position practice Pratt president Pringle profession prominent prosperity Railroad Reid Ridley Robert Screven county served settled Shellman Smith soldier South Carolina Southern success Thomas Thomasville Tignall tion town University of Georgia Virginia Wade wife Wilkes county William Willingham young
Page 356 - Enquirer," which he conducted from 1845 to 1S53, when he sold it to its present proprietor. In the latter year the degree of Master of Arts was conferred upon him by Union College, NY In 1843, he published a volume entitled
Page 179 - ... daily imployment under the direction of the lamented Judge Hulbert F. Fairchild and in 1856 commensed the practice of Law at which I have been engaged ever since except when interupted by the War or called to fill official station. In 1853 I was elected mayor of Batesville. In 1854 I was elected and served as a member of the Lower House of the State Legislature and again in 1858. At the outbreak of the rebellion I believed that sesession was unjust to the Federal Government and would prove disasterous...
Page 52 - He therefore took up the study of medicine, entering the medical department of the University of Georgia, where he was graduated...
Page 81 - When he was ten years of age he went with his parents to live in the young town of Atlanta, then first beginning to attract attention as a commercial and social center.
Page 319 - He was a member of the Lower House of the General Assembly of his state in the session of 1883.
Page 5 - Georgians, who was Governor of Georgia, Speaker of the National House of Representatives, Secretary of the Treasury in the cabinet of President Buchanan, President of the Provisional Congress of the Confederate States of America, and a Major-General in the Confederate Army.
Page 321 - Commandery, and a member of the order of Odd Fellows and Knights of Pythias.
Page 327 - The subject of this sketch was the youngest of a family of nine children.
Page 141 - He has served several terms as a member of the City Council of Winder, and is now a member of the city water and light commission.