John Marshall (Kentucky)


John Marshall (Kentucky)

John Marshall (b. 1856 in Jefferson County, Kentucky - d. 1922) served as Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky under Governor William S. Taylor from 1899–1900. [cite web |url=http://politicalgraveyard.com/bio/marshall.html |title= Index to Politicians: Marshall |publisher=The Political Graveyard |accessdate=2007-03-06] Both Governor Bradley and Lieutenant Governor Marshall were removed from office by a Supreme Court decision that ruled that William Goebel had rightly been elected governor in the contested 1899 election. [cite web |url=http://laws.findlaw.com/us/178/548.html |title= Taylor v. Beckham, 178 U.S. 548 (1900) |publisher=FindLaw.com |accessdate=2007-03-06]

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