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The Honorable Wilmer St. John Garwood

Austin
Appointed by
Governor Connally
Term
Jan 1963 - Feb 1963
Occupation
Attorney
Date of Passing
January 15, 1987

The Honorable Wilmer St. John Garwood
The Honorable Wilmer St. John Garwood

NAME: Wilmer St. John Garwood

OFFICE ADDRESS: 1009 Capital National Bank Building

HOME ADDRESS: 1802 San Gabriel Street, Austin, Texas

BIRTH: December 15, 1896 Place: Bastrop, Texas

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL: Sacred Heart, St. Thomas College, Bamet School (all in Houston)

JUNIOR AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS: Barnet School (Houston); Georgetown U. Prep. School (Washington, D.C.)

COLLEGE OR UNVERSITY:

Georgetown University (Washington, D.C.), A.B. Degree received in 1917

Harvard Law School, LL.B. Degree received in 1922

PROFESSIONAL RECORD: See Who's Who in America, Vol. 1962-1963; 1963 Martindale-Hubbell Lawyers Directory, Vol. III, p. 5815 (under Graves, Dougherty, Gee and Hearon, Austin, Texas)

CHURCH MEMBERSHIP: Episcopal, St. David's Austin

SPOUSE: Ellen Clayton Garwood (eldest daughter of the Hon. William I. Clayton, former U. S. Undersecretary of State for Economic Affairs and founder of Anderson, Clayton & Co., cotton merchants

CH1LDREN: W. St. John Garwood, Jr.(with law firm of Fulbright, Crooker, Freeman, Bates & Jaworski)

 

Wllliam L. Garwood, Austin (firm member of Graves, Dougherty, Gee and Hearon)

HOBBY: None in the usual sense. Nowadays my hobby is a lot of "Good Causes"

SPORTS: Actively none. Enjoy watching all. Used to be fair tennis player, poor golfer, good horseman, fair hunter and fisherman. Lightweight boxing champion at Georgetown College in 1915

Notes

Notes

The appointment of the Honorable Wilmer St. John Garwood was rejected by the Senate on February 19, 1963.