Albert Barnes Anderson

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Albert Barnes Anderson (1857-1938) was a federal judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.[1]

Seventh Circuit

He was nominated by President Calvin Coolidge on January 2, 1925 to fill the seat vacated by Francis Elisha Baker. He was confirmed by the Senate on January 6, 1925, and received commission that same day. He assumed senior status on October 30, 1929. He served until his death on April 27, 1938.[1]

District of Indiana

Anderson was previously a federal judge on the United States District Court for the District of Indiana.

He was nominated by President Theodore Roosevelt on December 8, 1902 to fill the seat vacated by John Harris Baker. He was confirmed by the Senate on December 8, 1902, and received commission that same day. He served on this court until January 13, 1925.[1]

Education

Professional career

  • Private practice, Crawfordsville, Indiana, 1881-1902
  • Prosecuting attorney, Montgomery County, Indiana, 1886-1890[1]

External links

  • Biography from IN.gov - the Indiana Government website.

References

Federal judicial offices
Preceded by:
John Baker
District of Indiana
1902–1925
Succeeded by:
Robert Baltzell
Preceded by:
Francis Elisha Baker
Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals
1925–1938
Succeeded by:
William Morris Sparks