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Taylor Hudnall Stukes

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Taylor Hudnall Stukes
Chief Justice of South Carolina
In office
1956 – February 20, 1961
Preceded byDavid Gordon Baker
Succeeded byClaude A. Taylor
Associate Justice of South Carolina
In office
1940–1956
Preceded byMilledge Lipscomb Bonham
Succeeded byJoseph Rodney Moss
Personal details
BornJune 1, 1893
Manning, South Carolina
DiedFebruary 20, 1961 (1961-02-21) (aged 67)
Charleston, South Carolina
Spouse(s)Georgie Sauls Manning
Alma materDavidson College, Washington and Lee (1915), George Washington University (LL.B., 1919)

Taylor Hudnall Stukes was an associate justice and chief justice on the South Carolina Supreme Court.

Life

He was born in Manning, South Carolina attended Davidson College; Washington and Lee University (LL.B., cum laude, 1919); and Erskine College (LL.D., 1969). He served as a lieutenant in World War I and practiced law in Manning, South Carolina. He served in the state House of Representatives from 1923 to 1926 and in the state Senate from 1927 to 1940. He was elected associate justice of the South Carolina Supreme Court on February 29, 1940,[1] and chief justice in 1956 upon the resignation of Chief Justice D. Gordon Baker.[2] He died on February 20, 1961, as a result of complications from heart surgery.[3]

References

  1. ^ Dinkins, John G. (1960–61). "Chief Justice Taylor Hudnall Stukes". South Carolina Law Quarterly. 13: 479.
  2. ^ "Memory Hold the Door". University of South Carolina. Retrieved November 23, 2014.
  3. ^ "Chief Justice T.H. Stukes Dies In Charleston Hospital" (PDF). Charlotte Observer. Charlotte, North Carolina. February 21, 1961. Retrieved November 23, 2014.


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