Walter Preston Brownlow (March 27, 1851 – July 8, 1910) was an American politician who represented Tennessee's 1st district in the U.S. House of ...


BROWNLOW, Walter Preston, (nephew of William Gannaway Brownlow), a Representative and Doorkeeper from Tennessee; born in Abingdon, Washington  ...


Oct 27, 2014 ... Walter Preston Brownlow, a prominent name among East Tennesseans, worked in 1876 as a reporter for the Knoxville Whig and Chronicle and ...


Mar 25, 2018 ... Phantom Brownlow. R1 Richmond 22 Mar Carlton Essendon ... Michael Walters. Polled in 10 of 118 Games (8%) for 22 Votes. Michael Walters ...


Colonel Walter P. Brownlow (1851 – 1910) was the United States. Congressman from Tennessee's First Congressional District from 1896 until his death in 1910 ...


Walter Brownlow: Wikipedia · Walter Brownlow For Congress! Brownlow as Seen by his Contemporaries · National Soldiers Home in 1906 (.pdf file).


Famous Memorials · 7. Walter Preston Brownlow. 1851–1910. U.S. Congressman. Active in newspaper work, he was a reporter... Frederick Clarence Buck.


In November 1910, after the death of Congressman Walter P. Brownlow, Massey was elected to complete his unexpired term from 5 Dec. 1910 to 3 Mar. 1911.


From left to right, Walter Brownlow, George L. Carter and Henry Johnson ... matched the influence of Henry Johnson, George L. Carter and Walter Brownlow.