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James R. Hindman

James R. Hindman
A man with dark hair and a dark mustache wearing a white shirt, black tie, and black jacket
23rd Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky
In office
September 5, 1883 – August 30, 1887
Governor J. Proctor Knott
Preceded by James E. Cantrill
Succeeded by James William Bryan
Personal details
Born February 4, 1839
Adair County, Kentucky
Died October 12, 1912(1912-10-12) (aged 73)
Columbia, Kentucky
Political party Democratic

James Robert Hindman (February 4, 1839 – October 12, 1912)[1] was the 23rd Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky.

He was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky in 1839. In 1883, he ran for and was elected Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky, serving a full four-year term under Governor J. Proctor Knott.

The city of Hindman in Knott County, Kentucky is named after him.



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Political offices
Preceded by
James E. Cantrill
Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky
Succeeded by
James William Bryan

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