Joe W. Henry
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Joe W. Henry (September 20, 1916 – June 9, 1980) was a Justice of the Tennessee Supreme Court from 1974 to 1980.
Born in Lynneville, Giles County, Tennessee.
elected to Tennessee Supreme Court August 1, 1974, took his seat September 1, 1974; chief justice, 1979; served until his death; attended Middle Tennessee State University; LL.B., Cumberland University, 1938; admitted to Tennessee Bar, March 1940; began practice of law in Pulaski, January 1, 1941; entered the U.S. Army, October 11, 1941; graduated from Infantry Officer Candidate School, served in Mediterranean Theater of Operations; discharged as a major February 1946; representative in Tennessee General Assembly, 1948 to 1950; served as adjutant general of Tennessee January 1953 to January 1959.
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