Historic Markers Across Tennessee



James Beriah Frazier / Gov. James B. Frazier



Marker ID: THC 2B 17
Location: On Spring Street at Grove Street, Pikeville, TN
County: Bledsoe
Coordinates: N 35° 36.395    W 085° 11.420
  35.60658333    -85.19033333
Style: Free Standing **
Waymark: WM24DV
 



Text:

Gov. James B. Frazier


Born in a house 160 ft. west, Oct. 18 1856. Elected Governor of Tennessee in 1902, he was reelected in 1904. He resigned in 1905, having been elected to the Senate, vice William B. Bate, deceased, and served there until 1911. Defeated for reelection, he practiced law in Chattanooga until his death, March 28, 1937.

James Beriah Frazier


Born in a house 160 ft. west, Oct. 18 1856. Elected Governor of Tennessee in 1902, he was reelected in 1904. He resigned in 1905, having been elected to the Senate, vice William B. Bate, deceased, and served there until 1911. Defeated for reelection, he practiced law in Chattanooga until his death, March 28, 1937.

Tennessee Historical Commission.



Notes:

Two markers with the same text.