ALLDREDGE, J. HADEN, 1887-1962


Lawyer. Born– July 28, 1887, Brooksville. Parents– Patrick Griffin and Sophia (Haden) Alldredge. Married– Mildred Chilton, 1907 (died 1927). Children– Two. Married– Edna Eley, 1927. Education– Central Alabama Agricultural School during 1907; Jones Law School (Montgomery), LL.B. Taught for two years; traffic manager for a manufacturer for nine years; secretary and traffic manager for the Dothan Chamber of Commerce. Admitted to the bar in 1915; practiced before the Interstate Commerce Commission. Chief of the Transportation Bureau of the Alabama Public Service Commission, 1923-1934; transportation economist for the Tennessee Valley Authority, 1934-1939; member of the Interstate Commerce Commission, 1939-1955; in private practice in Montgomery after 1955.  Died December 5, 1962.


Who Was Who in America, Vol. 4.


The Interterritorial Freight Rate Problem of the United States. Washington, D.C.; Government Printing Office, 1937.

Rate-Making for Common Carriers. Atlanta; Harrison Co., 1929.


A History of Navigation on the Tennessee River System. Washington, D.C.; Government Printing Office, 1937.


Watkins on Shippers and Carriers. 4th ed. Atlanta; Harrison Co., 1930.