Davidson, A. C. (b. 1826)

A. C. Davidson, of Uniontown, was born in Mecklenburgh County, North Carolina, December 26, 1826; was educated at the public schools of Marengo County, Alabama, and at the University of Alabama, where he graduated July 11, 1848; studied law in the office of Campbell & Chandler, Mobile, Alabama, but never practised; is a cotton planter; was a member of the State House of Representatives of Alabama in 1880-'81,and of the State Senate in 1882, '83, '84 and '85; and was elected to the Forty-ninth Congress as a Democrat, receiving 14,225 votes against 6,794 votes for G. H. Craig, Republican, 674 votes for De Lemos, Republican, and 683 votes for Haralson, Republican.

References
1. U. S. Congressional Directory, Washington, D. C., 1886, page 6.

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