290. Robert Bryan Carr
Robert was an attorney who served as Circuit Judge in Anniston, CalhounCo, AL and Judge of the Court of Appeals in Alabama until his retirement.
After graduating from the University of Alabama, Law School and beingadmitted to the bar Oliver served as an assistant to Congressman GWTaylor in Washington, DC. He returned to Choctaw County to marry. Heand his wife Jessie lived on a farm about two miles from Butler, AL, butafter their children reached school age they moved Butler. He practicedlaw and held a number of appointed and elected positions in countygovernment. He was at one time County Solicitor, served two terms asSheriff (1922), was elected representative to the State Legislature(1935) and special agent for the State Tax Commisssion. He also servedone term as Mayor of Butler. He was buried at Butler (City Cemetery orMayberry), Choctaw Co, AL
Resides in Thomasville, Clarke Co, AL
450. Lucile Christopher
After retirement the family moved to Meridian, MS
Ralph graduated from Auburn in 1921 and taught vocational agriculturethere. He was one of the original group who set up five agricultureexperiment stations around AL. One station was the Sand Mountain atCrossville, which he supervised for 18 years. After that he ranChristopher Tractor and Christopher Hardware at Ft Payne, Dekalb Co, ALHe and Neile marked their 66th wedding anniversary the year of hisdeath. He was a member of the American Legion, a former member of theCity Council of Ft Payne, a member of the Golden Eagle Auburn AlumniAssociation and a Methodist. He was buried at Glenwood Cemetery, FtPayne, Dekalb Co, AL
Henry was one of Ft Payne's most prominent businessmen. He was agraduate of the University of Alabama and a former president of theAlabama Auto Dealers Association. He was a member of the Rotary Club,Chamber of Commerce, Industrial Board, former member of the City Board ofEducation, on the Advisory Board of the State National Bank and was headof the savings Bond Drive for Dekalb Co. He was the local Ford Dealerfor many years. He was a member of the First Methodist Church and amember of the Robert Purdy Sunday school class. He died of an apparentheart attack, suffered while attending the Alabama-South Carolinafootball game. He was buried in Glenwood Cemetery, Ft Payne, Dekalb Co,AL
Bill graduated from Alabama Polytechnic Institute (Auburn University) in1936 as a honor student & a member of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. He beganworking at National Training School for Boys on August 1940.
He was in the Navy during WWII. He attained the rank of Specialist,Third Class, SV-6, USNRWWII - Navy 836 96 74. Places he served were NTS,Sampson, NY, NTS, Farragot, ID, USNTADC, Camp Perry, VI. Honorablydischarged at US Naval Training & Distribution Center on October 19,1945. Bill was a master mason, Advancement Committee Chairman of ChoctawDistrict of Boy Scouts and Institutional Representative of Troop 43, amember of the PTA and former member of Woodman of the World. At his deathhe was employed as a high school teacher of literature & science atSouthern Choctaw High School & president of Choctaw County Teachers'Association. He was also a Methodist. Steward and Lay Leader of thecharge at Silas United Methodist Church.
No children were born of this union.
306. Orlyn Hill Dr
She practiced medicine in Maryland and Florida. She was Healthe Officerof Contra Costa County, CA when she retired.
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