Wrisley Brown

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Wrisley Brown and Charles Hedding Rowland circa 1912

Wrisley Brown (1883-1943) was Washington, DC lawyer and a soldier.


In 1911 he served as a special assistant to George W. Wickersham, the United States Attorney General. He ran the investigation that led to the impeachment of Judge Robert Wodrow Archbald of the United States Commerce Court on June 12, 1912.[1][2]


  1. ^ "Wrisley Brown". Prominent Personages of the Nation's Capital. 
  2. ^ "Impeachment Court Reassembles. Wrisley Brown as House Counsel." (PDF). New York Times. August 1, 1912. Retrieved 2009-07-26. Attorney General Wickerham has Wrlsley Brown his special assistant to act as counsel ... Mr. Brown, by direction of the Attorney General, investigated the ...