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Marshall Hicks Marshall Hicks
Full Name: Marshall Hicks
Date of birth: August 26, 1865
Date of death: July 18, 1930

Terms of Service top
Chamber District Dates of Service Legislatures Party City/County Note Counties in District
S 24 Jan 13, 1903 - Mar 26, 1906 29th (1) (2)   28th (3)   Democrat San Antonio / Bexar   Bandera, Bexar, Gillespie, Kendall, Kerr
(1) Hicks did not attend 2nd C.S. Members of the Texas Congress 1836-1845; Members of the Texas Legislature 1846-2004, 2005.
(2) 29th Legislature - 1/10/1905, pp. 1-2, listed in "roll of the hold over Senators." Senate Journal.
(3) 28th Legislature - Drawing for Terms of Office, 1/28/1903, pp. 107-108. Drew 4-year term. Senate Journal.
 
Biographical Notes and Resources top
Biographical Sketches
  • Portrait and biographical sketch. Personnel of the Texas State Government with Sketches of Representative Men of Texas, 22nd Legislature, 1892.
  • Biographical sketch, volume 4, p. 17 - Marshall Hicks, birth date 8/26/1865. Texas Under Many Flags, 1930.
  • Other Resources
  • Elected officials of San Antonio - Marshall Hicks, Alderman, Ward 4, 2/8/1897-2/13/1899; Mayor, 2/13/1899-2/9/1903. City of San Antonio, Texas.
  • Mentioned in A law for the lion: a tale of crime and injustice in the borderlands, by Beatriz Eugenia De La Garza, University of Texas Press, 2003, pp. 27-28. Google Books.
  • Mentioned in Hood, Bonnet, and Little Brown Jug: Texas Politics, 1921-1928, 1984.
  • Portrait, Hood, Bonnet, and Little Brown Jug: Texas Politics, 1921-1928, 1984.
  • Hicks, Marshall (b. 1865) - of San Antonio, member of Texas state senate 24th District, 1903-04. Burial location unknown. Political Graveyard: a Database of Historic Cemeteries.
  • "Marshall Hicks, Former Mayor, Lawyer, Dead," Saturday morning 7/19/1930, p. 1. Died late Friday afternoon at his home (7/18/1930). San Antonio Express.
  • "Tribute Paid Judge M'Cord: Marshall Hicks Says Deceased Was One of Finest of Texans," 5/2/1922, p. 9. McCord "had a long connection and an important one with Democratic politics of Texas." San Antonio Express.
  • "Hicks funeral to be held Sunday: former mayor of S.A. is taken by death after long illness," 7/19/1930, p. 9. San Antonio Light.
  • Account of President William McKinley's visit to San Antonio while Marshall Hicks was Mayor, pp. 262-264. Year Book for Texas, 1901, 1902.
  • Photographs
  • Photograph. Marshall Hicks, 28th Legislature, State Preservation Board
  • Photograph. Marshall Hicks, 29th Legislature, State Preservation Board
  • Composite Photographs on Display in the Capitol
  • 28th session composite photo of Senate members (Senate chamber gallery, east wall. 3E.5). State Preservation Board.
  • 29th session composite photo of Senate members (Senate chamber gallery, east wall. 3E.5). State Preservation Board.
  • Committee Informationtop
    29th R.S. - 1905
    Beef Trust, Investigate  
    City and Town Corporations  
    Constitutional Amendments  
    Insurance, Statistics and History  
    Internal Improvements  
    Judiciary No. 1 (Chair) 
    Mining and Irrigation  
    Pan American College of Commerce  
    Pan-American Trade Relations and Projected Trades College, Special  
    Privileges and Elections  
    Rules  
    State Penitentiaries  
    28th R.S. - 1903
    Constitutional Amendments  
    Contingent Expenses  
    Educational Affairs  
    Insurance, Statistics and History  
    Judiciary No. 2  
    Labor  
    Military Affairs  
    Mining and Irrigation  
    Public Lands and Land Office  
    San Jacinto Battle Ground Picture Purchasing  
    State Asylums  
    Town and City Corporations (Chair) 
     

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