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Joseph Washington Burkett, Jr.

Joe Burkett, Jr.
Full Name: Joseph Washington "Joe" Burkett, Jr.
Birth date: November 15, 1912
Death date: April 27, 2001

Terms of Service

  • House, 56th Legislature
    1/13/1959 - 1/10/1961
  • House, 55th Legislature
    1/8/1957 - 1/13/1959
  • House, 54th Legislature
    1/11/1955 - 1/8/1957
  • House, 53rd Legislature
    1/13/1953 - 1/11/1955
  • House, 52nd (1) (2) (3) Legislature
    11/13/1951 - 1/13/1953
(1) Joseph W. Burkett, Jr., in special election 11/13/1951, succeeded Callan Graham, resigned 8/9/1951. Members of the Texas Congress 1836-1845; Members of the Texas Legislature 1846-2004 2005.
(2) Member card reflects beginning date of 11/13/1951. Texas House of Representatives, Chief Clerk's Office .
(3) Succeeded predecessor on 11/13/1951. Texas Legislative Manual .

Biographical Notes and Resources

Selected Newspaper articles

Resolutions and Journal entries


Other Resources

  • Joe W. Burkett, birth date 11/15/1912, death date 4/27/2001, last place of residence Kerrville, Kerr County. FamilySearch United States Social Security Death Index .
  • Joseph Washington Burkett, Jr., birth date 11/15/1912, death date 4/27/2001, burial in Garden of Memories Cemetery, Kerrville, Kerr County. Find a Grave .
  • Memorial, March 2002, p. 272. Texas Bar Journal .
  • Memorial, May 1962, p. 444. Relatives: Joseph W. Burkett Sr. - father, Joseph W. Burkett Jr. - son. Texas Bar Journal .
  • Obituary, Joe Burkett, Jr., San Angelo Standard-Times, 4/30/2001. Tom Green County, TXGenWeb Project .
  • Texas National Guard and United States Army, World War II. "Mr. Burkett served in the Texas National Guard for three years and in the U.S. Army for four years during World War II, 18 months of which he spent in the European Theatre of Operations as a member of the 416th Field Artillery Group of the 20th Corps Artillery of Gen. George S. Pattons 3rd Army. He was awarded two Battle Stars for his service in the Battle of the Rhine and the Battle of Central Europe." Obituary, Joe Burkett, Jr., San Angelo Standard-Times, 4/30/2001. Tom Green County, TXGenWeb Project .
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