Robert Lee Warren
Full Name: Robert Lee Warren
Date of birth: September 29, 1865
Date of death: March 25, 1952
Terms of Service top
33rd Legislature - Senate President Pro Tempore, elected 8/24/1914, 2nd C.S.
33rd Legislature - Roll Call, holdover Senators elected on 11/8/1910 for a full period of four years, 1/14/1913, pp. 1-3.
32nd Legislature - Roll Call of Senators-elect, oath of office administered, 1/10/1911, pp. 1-2.
Biographical Notes and Resources top
- Biographical sketch, Robert L. Warren, Volume III, pp. 1347-1348. Born 9/29/1866 in Harrison County, married Annie T. Cartwright on 3/29/1894 in Terrell.
A History of Texas and Texans, 1914.
- Photo and obituary, "R.L. Warren, former State Senator, dies," 3/25/1952, p. 9.
Dallas Morning News.
- "A Guide to the Summerfield G. and Annie Lee Warren Roberts Papers, 1845-1991," papers of Robert Lee Warren's wife, Annie Tomlinson Cartwright, including marriage information (1894), estate of Robert Lee Warren, 1952, and family bible.
Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin, 2006.
- Robert Lee Warren, birth date 9/29/1865, death date 3/24/1952 in Highland Park, Dallas.
FamilySearch Texas Deaths, 1890-1976.
- Robert Lee Warren, birth date 9/29/1865 in Harrison County, Texas, death date 3/24/1952 in Dallas, Texas, burial in Sparkman Hillcrest Memorial Park, Dallas. Includes photographs, obituary from Dallas Morning News, 3/25/1952.
Find a Grave.
- Ancestral study of four families, Roberts, Griffith, Cartwright, Simpson : covering lineal and collateral relations of my children, published by Emily Griffith Roberts (Terrell, Tex.), pp. 380-381, 677, 680. Robert Lee Warren birth date 9/29/1865.
- R.L. Warren House, Terrell, Texas - May 4, 2008, historical marker on property: "Robert Lee Warren (1865-1952), a 1911-15 State Senator."
Terrell Daily Photo, 2007.
- 11/19/1915, p. 4 "...there is a movement among pro Democrats of the State to pit State Senator Robert Lee Warren of Kaufman county as a candidate for governor next year in opposition to Governor James E Ferguson..."
Wichita Weekly Times.
Composite Photographs on Display in the Capitol
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