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Robert Fulwood Ligon (December 23, 1823 – October 11, 1901) was the fourth Lieutenant Governor of Alabama. A Democrat, Ligon served Governor George S.

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LIGON, Robert Fulwood, a Representative from Alabama; born in Watkinsville, Oconee County, Ga., December 16, 1823; attended the country schools of his ...

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bob.ligon@mccombs.utexas.edu. Phone: 512-557-0985. Office Location GSB 5.140. Postal Address The University of Texas at Austin DEAN OF MCCOMBS ...

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May 30, 2017 ... Robert Fulwood Ligon (1823-1901) served as Alabama's fourth lieutenant governor from 1874-76 and then as the U.S. representative for ...

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The creation of the center was made possible through a series of very generous gifts made by Robert Ligon, his late wife Gerry, and their family.