American politician who was a United States Representative from Kentucky and was elected as a Republican of the Seventy-first Congress from 1929 until 1931.
He studied law at Garrard College in Lancaster, Kentucky and at Central University.
He served as a city attorney of Lancaster from 1907 until 1910.
He was raised with his family in Lancaster, Kentucky.
He served in politics at the same time as Supreme Court Justice Fred M. Vinson.