Tuesday, July 24, 2012

I am Requested by the Court

This letter to Fannie Moran comes from Aaron Davidson Bright.  A.D. Bright was an Associate Justice on the Tennessee Supreme Court for 1894.  He was born in Hinds County Mississippi on Aug. 10, 1838 and died in Brownsville Tennessee Sept 11, 1898.

State of Tennessee
Judicial Department
Supreme Court
Jackson, June 11, 1894

D.L. Snodgrass, Chief Justice
Associate Justices:
W.C. Caldwell
John S. Wilkes
W.K. McAlister
A.D. Bright

Miss Moran

I am requested by the Court to invite you and the young ladies who with yourself honored the Court with a visit a few days since, to visit the Supreme Court at 9 o'clock a.m. today to witness the closing and final adjournment of the Supreme Court.

Hoping you young ladies will honor us with your presence.

I have the honor to be, and remain your Obt. Srvt.
A.D. Bright


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