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Samuel Cecil Graham (January 1, 1846 - January 11, 1923) was a
Virginia lawyer and judge, who served as president of The Virginia
Bar Association. Graham became a soldier in the Confederate Army at
age 17. He was wounded in action three times during the War. He
attended Emory and Henry College for two years, beginning in 1867,
then read law at Jeffersonville, which was then the county seat of
Tazewell County, Virginia. He was admitted to the bar in 1870, and
elected county judge in 1873, serving until 1880. He practiced for
the rest of his career in Tazewell County.
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