Asbury Bascom Davidson

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Asbury Bascom Davidson (born November 13, 1855, in Lincoln County, Tennessee; died February 4, 1920) served as Lieutenant Governor of Texas from January 15, 1907, to January 21, 1913. He had previously served in the Texas Senate from 1899 to 1907.[1] He was a lawyer who served on the board of directors of what became Texas A&M University. He married Minnie McClanahan in March 1890.

Davidson's 1877 handwritten law license from the State of Texas is held at the Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum in Cuero, Texas. Davidson and wife Minnie Davidson resided at 306 Terrell Street there during much of their life together.


Political offices
Preceded by
George D. Neal
Lieutenant Governor of Texas
Succeeded by
William Harding Mayes