Charles E. McConnell

Louisiana lawyer and politician Charles E. McConnell

Charles Emmett McConnell, also known as Jack McConnell was an attorney and Democratic politician who served from July 1954 to July 1958 as the mayor of Springhill in Webster Parish in northern Louisiana. In the April 1954 municipal primary, McConnell, with 655 votes, defeated two intraparty opponents, Jesse C. Anderson and Robert J. Hughes, who polled 543 and 31 votes, respectively.
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  • 2000
    Age 77
    Died on December 29, 2000.
  • 1974
    Age 51
    One of McConnell's legal secretaries, Johnnie Souter McMahen (1930-2012), served as the Springhill city clerk from 1974 to 1992.
  • 1971
    Age 48
    Drew, armed with strong support in the Minden and south Webster area, easily defeated McConnell, 6,774 votes (57.7 percent) to 4,965 (42.3 percent) in the runoff held on December 18, 1971.
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  • 1967
    Age 44
    In the Democratic runoff primary held on December 16, 1967, Garrett remained neutral, and Branton prevailed 7,619 votes (52.6 percent) to McConnell's 6,857 (47.4 percent).
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    In the Democratic primary held on November 4, 1967, McConnell finished in third place with 4,598 votes, behind Branton, a former member of the Webster Parish School Board, who polled 6,127 votes.
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    In 1967 and 1971, McConnell waged losing campaigns for what is now the District 10 seat in the Louisiana House of Representatives, having been defeated by fellow Democrats Parey Branton of Shongaloo and R.
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  • 1937
    Age 14
    Mrs. McConnell, the daughter of Ernest Eldorado Hathorn and the former Claudia Waller, graduated in 1937 from Haynesville High School in Haynesville and in 1941 from Northwestern State University in Natchitoches.
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  • 1929
    Age 6
    The fourth sister, Theresa McConnell Lowe (1907-1959), an educator married to Prentiss Lowe, had settled in 1929 in Minden, the seat of Webster Parish. She was a vice president and then two-time president of the since disbanded Louisiana Teachers Association (now the Louisiana Association of Educators) as well as the namesake of the former Theresa M. Lowe Junior High School, established in 1960.
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  • 1923
    Age 0
    Born on February 5, 1923.
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