George F. McCanless
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George F. McCanless (June 8, 1904 – June 4, 1992) was a Justice of the Tennessee Supreme Court from 1969 to 1970.
Born in Morristown, Tennessee.
Appointed by the governor to fill vacancy on the Supreme Court occasioned by the resignation of Hamilton S. Burnett, chief justice, effective September 1, 1969; elected to unexpired term August 6, 1970; B.A., Vanderbilt University, 1926, LL.B., 1928; admitted to the bar in 1928; practiced law in Morristown; city attorney, 1933-37; chancellor, Thirteenth Chancery Division, 1937-38; commissioner of Finance and Taxation, 1939-46; appointed attorney general and reporter by the Supreme Court September 23; reelected to full term in 1958; again in 1966
- Tennessee Supreme Court Historical Society. "Justices".
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