Born April 10, 1884, in Westmoreland County
Died March 9, 1951, in Roanoke
First elected by the General Assembly on January 20, 1930, to a 12-year term, filling one of two new seats created by revisions to the state constitution, and began his service on February 1, 1930. Service terminated by death.
Other judicial service:
Judge, Twentieth Judicial Circuit, 1923-1926
Judge, Roanoke (City) Court of Law and Chancery, 1926-1930
Washington and Lee University, LL.B., 1911
Private practice, Roanoke, 1911-1923
Elected, Journal of the House of Delegates, 1930 Session, 71; nominated by the Democratic caucus, “Hudgins, Gregory Win Bench Posts, Ten Others are Eliminated in Spirited Balloting on Appeals Judgeships,” The Washington Post (1923-1954) [Washington, D.C.], January 18, 1930: 20; took his seat February 1, 1930, 154 Va., iv; died, 192 Va., iii; birth, death, education, and career, transcript of memorial portrait presentation on April 21, 1952, published in 193 Va., lxxxi-xci; portrait, Library of Virginia catalog.