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Alonzo W. Jamison

Alonzo Jamison, Jr.
Full Name: Alonzo Wesley Jamison, Jr.
Birth date: April 12, 1918
Death date: October 29, 2011

Terms of Service

  • House, 60th Legislature
    1/10/1967 - 1/14/1969
    Democrat
  • House, 59th Legislature
    1/12/1965 - 1/10/1967
    Democrat
  • House, 58th Legislature
    1/8/1963 - 1/12/1965
    Democrat
  • House, 57th Legislature
    1/10/1961 - 1/8/1963
    Democrat
  • House, 56th Legislature
    1/13/1959 - 1/10/1961
    Democrat
  • House, 55th Legislature
    1/8/1957 - 1/13/1959
    Democrat
  • House, 54th Legislature
    1/11/1955 - 1/8/1957
    Democrat

Biographical Notes and Resources

Selected Newspaper articles

Photographs

Other Resources

  • United States Army, World War II; United States Army Reserve, Colonel. "He served during World War II as an officer in anti-aircraft artillery unit in North Africa, Sicily, Italy, France and Germany, and was awarded the Bronze Star. He continued to be active in the U.S. Army Reserves and retired as a Colonel in 1974." Obituary, 11/6/2011. Dallas Morning News .
  • Alonzo Wesley Jamison, Jr., birth date 4/12/1918, residence in Denton from 1993-2009. FamilySearch United States Public Records, 1970-2009 .
  • Alonzo Wesley Jamison, Jr., birth date 4/12/1918 in obituary (4/13/1918 on family cenotaph), death date 10/29/2011, photo, obituary, cenotaph in Valley View Cemetery, Valley View, Cooke County. Find a Grave .
  • "Sine Die" song (to the tune of "This Ole House"), 1959 version and undated version, ghost-written for Alonzo Jamison ("Mrs. Jamison is thought to be the ghost"). Memo File .
  • Oral history interviews available in Oral History Collection, University of North Texas .
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