ANDERTON, HENRY LAFAYETTE, 1886-1955.

Biography:

Lawyer. Born– August 24,1886,  Estill Springs, Tenn. Parents– W. W. and Bettie (Freeman) Anderton. Married– Elizabeth Chew, November 11, 1915. Children– five. Education– Cumberland University, Bachelor of Laws. Practiced law in Birmingham after 1914. Served as a city judge in Birmingham; special assistant to the Attorney General of Alabama. Ran as a Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate in the 1926 Alabama primary, representing the dry faction.  A member of the founding committee of the Birmingham School of the Bible, now Southeastern Bible College, in the early 1930′s. Died August 12,1955.

Source:

Owen’s Story of Alabama, vol. 4; ancestry.com

Publication(s):

Blue Skies Beyond. Nashville; Broadman Press, 1943.

The Code of the City of Birmingham, Alabama. Birmingham, Ala.; Birmingham Printing and Bindery Co., 1917.