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Hugh Peterson

Hugh Peterson (August 21, 1898 – October 3, 1961) was a Georgia.

Peterson was born near Athens. He studied law, gained admission to the state bar in 1921 and began the practice of law in Mount Vernon. In 1922, Peterson served as the Mayor.

From 1923 through 1931, Peterson served in the Sylva, North Carolina and was buried in the Peterson family plot in Ailey.

Peterson was married to Patience Elizabeth Russell, daughter of Richard Russell, Sr. and sister of Richard Russell, Jr. and Robert Lee Russell.

United States House of Representatives
Preceded by
Homer Cling Parker
Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
from Succeeded by
Prince Hulon Preston, Jr.

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