Alfred Litton Sabine Parish, Louisiana


Alfred Litton

Alfred Litton, Sabine's representative in the State Legislature, was born near Mitchell, in this parish, December His grandfather, John Litton, settled on Bayou Wallace. Alfred Litton, Sr., father of the subject of this sketch was married three times and reared a family of fourteen children.

Alfred, Jr., was reared on a farm and attended public public schools. In 1888 he was married to Miss Sallie, daughter of P. L. Tatum and to them seven children have been born. Mr. Litton has always taken an active and patriotic interest in public affairs and is a zealous advocate of parish progress.

He was a member of the Parish School Board for three years and is serving his second consecutive term as representative of his parish in the State Legislature, and as a member of that body has made a clean record. Mr. Litton is a good citizen and is esteemed for his upright character and genial personality, and has never received censure for any official act.

 He is a resident of Converse and is especially interested in the progress of that resourceful community.

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Source: History of Sabine Parish, Louisiana, by John G. Belisle, Sabine Banner Press, 1913.

 

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