Abram Joseph Walker

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An American judge from Alabama, A. J. Walker was elected to the Alabama Supreme Court in 1855.[1]

A graduate of Nashville University,[1] Walker moved to Alabama in 1841 as a professor and taught mathematics, Latin and Greek.[1]

In 1856, Walker requested Congressman Sampson Willis Harris secure an appointment for John Pelham to the United States Military Academy.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Garrett, William. "Reminiscences of Public Men in Alabama for Thirty Years", 1872.
  2. ^ Brewer, Wilson. Alabama, Her History, Resources, War Record, and Public Men: From 1540 to 1872, 1872
Legal offices
Preceded by
Samuel F. Rice
Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court of Alabama
Succeeded by
E. Wolsey Peck