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F. Charles Hume, Jr.

F. Chas. Hume, Jr.
Full Name: Francis Charles "Charlie" Hume, Jr.
Birth date: June 7, 1874
Death date: January 26, 1926

Terms of Service

  • Senate, 32nd (2) (3) & 31st (1) (4) Legislatures
    1/12/1909 - 11/7/1912
    Democrat
  • House, 30th Legislature
    1/8/1907 - 1/12/1909
    Democrat
(1) Democrat; roster of members of the 31st Legislature with biographical and party information. "Year Book 1909," Number 13, May-June 1910, pp. 408-415. Bulletin (Texas Department of Agriculture) 1910.
(2) Hume resigned 11/7/1912. Members of the Texas Congress 1836-1845; Members of the Texas Legislature 1846-2004 2005.
(3) 32nd Legislature - Roll Call of holdover Senators, 1/10/1911, p. 1. Senate Journal .
(4) 31st Legislature - Roll Call of Senators-elect, oath of office administered, 1/12/1909, pp. 1-2. Senate Journal .

Biographical Notes and Resources

Resolutions and Journal entries

  • 39th Legislature, 1st C.S., 10/1/1926, p. 1158. In Memory of Francis Charles Hume, Jr. Relatives: F. Charles Hume, Sr. - father, F. Charles Hume, Jr. - son. Hume Sr. "preceded him (Hume Jr.) in death but a few years." Resolutions - Memorial .
  • 39th Legislature, 1st C.S., Simple Resolution 25, 9/30/1926, p. 709. Resolutions - Memorial .

Photographs

Other Resources

  • "The Young Lawyer," by F. Charles Hume, Jr., of the Houston, Texas, Bar, Volume 2, Number 1, November 1906, pp. 18-23. Includes brief biography of the author. American Law School Review .
  • Memorial, April 1926, pp. 222-223. Texas Law Review Proceedings of the . . . Annual Meeting of the Texas Bar Association .
  • Speech of Major Hume, pp. 25-26; partial biographical sketch of Major F. Chas. Hume, Company D, 5th Texas Regiment, pp. 121-122; mentioned throughout volume. Unveiling and Dedication of Monument to Hood's Texas Brigade on the Capitol Grounds 1911.
  • Biographical sketch and portrait - F. Charles Hume, Galveston, volume 2, pp. 172-176. Year Book for Texas, 1901 1902.
  • Confederate States Army, Company D, 5th Texas Regiment, Hood's Texas Brigade; later First Lieutenant in Virginia Cavalry, command of 7th South Carolina Cavalry, and Major and Assistant Adjutant General with Gen. A.P. Bagbey in Louisiana. Year Book for Texas, 1901 1902.
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