R. Hunt Parker

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Robert Hunt Parker (1892–1969) was an American jurist who served as an Associate Justice and Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court.

Born in Enfield, North Carolina, on February 15, 1892, Parker served in the U.S. Army during World War I. He was elected to the North Carolina House of Representatives and served one term (1923–24). He was a state superior court judge, 1932–1952; associate justice of the state supreme court, 1952–66; and finally Chief Justice of the state supreme court, 1966-69. Parker died in office on November 10, 1969.

Legal offices
Preceded by
Emery B. Denny
Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court
1966–1969
Succeeded by
William H. Bobbitt

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