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U.S. District Attorneys in Alabama

U.S. District Attorneys for Alabama, 1870-1998 (may be incomplete!)
John A. Minnis 1870-74 N. S. McAfee 1874-75 Charles E. Mayer 1876-80 William H. Smith 1880-85 George H. Craig 1885 William H. Denson 1885-89 Lewis E. Parsons, Jr. 1889-93 Henry D. Clayton 1893-96 George F. Moore, Jr. 1896-97 Warren S. Reese, Jr. 1897-1906 Erastus J. Parsons 1906-13 Thomas D. Samford 1913-24 Grady Reynolds 1924-31 Arthur B. Chilton 1931-34 Thomas D. Samford 1934-42 Edward B. Parker 1942-53 Hartwell Davis 1953-62 Ben Hardeman 1962-69 Leon J. Hopper 1969 Ira DeMent 1969-77 Barry E. Teague 1977-81 John C. Bell 1981-87 James E. Wilson 1987-94 Charles R. Pitt 1994-

U.S. District Attorneys for Alabama, 1820-2001 (may be incomplete!)
William Crawford 1820 Frank Jones 1824-26 Harry J. Thornton 1826-29 Joseph Scott 1829-30 Byrd Brandon 1830-36 John D. Phelan 1836 Edwin R. Wallace 1836-39 Jeremiah Clemens 1839-40 Joseph A. S. Acklin 1840-50 Jefferson F. Jackson 1850-53 George S. Walden 1853-59 M. J. Turnley 1859-60 Charles E. Mayer 1876-80 William H. Smith 1880-85 George H. Craig 1885 William H. Denson 1885-89 Lewis E. Parsons, Jr. 1889-93 Emmet O'Neal 1893-97 William Vaughn 1897-1902 Thomas R. Roulhac 1902-07 Oliver D. Street 1907-13 Robert N. Bell 1913-19 Erle Pettus 1919-22 Charles B. Kennamer 1922-31 Jim C. Smith 1931 John B. Isbell 1931-33 Jim C. Smith 1933-46 John D. Hill 1946-53 Frank M. Johnson, Jr. 1953-55 Atley A. Kitchings, Jr. 1955-56 William L. Longshore 1956-61 Macon L. Weaver 1961-69 Wayman G. Sherrer 1969-77 Jesse R. Brooks 1977-81 Frank W. Donaldson 1981-92 Jack W. Selden 1992-93 Claude Harris, Jr. 1993-94 Walter Braswell 1994-95 Caryl P. Privett 1995-97 G. Douglas Jones 1997- Doug Jones 1997-2001

U.S. District Attorneys for Alabama, 1825-1998 (may be incomplete!)
Henry Hitchcock 1825-30 John Elliott 1830-35 John Forsyth, Jr. 1835-38 George W. Gayle 1838-42 George I. S. Walker 1842-46 Alexander B. Meek 1846-50 Peter Hamilton 1850 A. J. Requier 1850-58 John P. Southworth 1869 George M. Duskin 1877-85 John D. Burnett 1885-89 Morris D. Wickersham 1889-93 Joseph N. Miller 1893-97 Morris D. Wickersham 1897-1904 William H. Armbrecht 1904-12 James B. Sloan 1912-13 Alexander D. Pitts 1913-22 Aubrey Boyles 1922-26 Nicholas E. Stallworth 1926-27 Alex C. Birch 1927-35 Francis H. Inge 1935-43 Albert J. Tully 1943-48 Percy C. Fountain 1948-56 Ralph Kennamer 1956-61 Vernol R. Jansen, Jr. 1961-69 Charles S. Spunner-White, Jr. 1969-77 William A. Kimbrough, Jr. 1977-81 William R. Favre, Jr. 1981 Jeff Sessions 1981-93 Edward Vulevich, Jr. 1993-95 J. Don Foster 1995-
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