Mark L. Wiginton
Full Name: Marcus LaFayette "Mark" Wiginton
Date of birth: August 31, 1875
Date of death: March 27, 1960
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Jan 14, 1919 - Jan 1, 1920
Hillsboro / Hill
"Soon-To-Be New Comptroller Is Appreciative: Wigginton [sic]
Says He Will Qualify January 1 - Has Been Very Close to Administration," 12/28/1919, p. 12. "Representative Wiginton of Hill county" quoting Wiginton, "I have been notified that Mr. Tidwell [sic: Terrell]
resigned, effective Jan. 1, and at that time I will be on hand promptly to qualify as comptroller to succeed him."
"Wiginton Announces for Another Term as Comptroller," 3/7/1920, p. 4. "Mark L. Wiginton, whose home is at Hillsboro, and who was appointed on January 1, 1920 State Comptroller to fill the unexpired term of H.B. Terrell, yesterday announced his candidacy for election to this office . . . "
George W. Garrett, in special election 2/14/1920, sworn 5/20/1920, succeeded Mark L. Wiginton, resigned after 2nd Called Session.
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Biographical Notes and Resources top
- Obituary, Marcus L. Wiginton, 3/27/1960, p. D1. Marcus LaFayette Wiginton, death date 3/26/1960, "former State Representative from Hill County, served as State Comptroller under former Governor William R. Hobby and was secretary to former governors Dan Moody and Ross Sterling."
- Marcus LaFayette Wiginton, birth date 8/31/1875 in Alabama, death date 3/26/1960 in Austin, retired state employee, parents Floyd Wiginton and Mary Anne Mayfield, burial location Austin, Travis County, in Austin Memorial Park.
FamilySearch Texas Deaths, 1890-1976.
- Marcus L. Wiginton, birth date 8/31/1875, death date 3/26/1960, burial in Austin Memorial Park Cemetery, Austin, Travis County. Plaque in Itasca Cemetery, Itasca, Hill County.
Find a Grave. Austin
- 36th Legislature (1919) - Mark L. Wiginton, postoffice Hillsboro, nativity Alabama, age 43 (born circa 1876), 41 years in Texas, insurance business, Democrat.
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