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Cheston Folkes (September 27, 1863 – June 10, 1941) was a farmer from St. Francisville, Louisiana, who served in the Louisiana House of Representatives for West Feliciana Parish in three nonconsecutive stints from 1908 to 1920, 1924 to 1932, and 1936 to 1940. His son, Warren Davis Folkes of St. Francisville, also served in the state House, nonconsecutively, from 1944 to 1955 and 1968 to 1976 and in the Louisiana State Senate from 1955 to 1968. Folkes, his wife, and other family members are interred at the Grace Episcopal Church Cemetery in St. Francisville.

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  • Cheston Folkes (September 27, 1863 – June 10, 1941) was a farmer from St. Francisville, Louisiana, who served in the Louisiana House of Representatives for West Feliciana Parish in three nonconsecutive stints from 1908 to 1920, 1924 to 1932, and 1936 to 1940. His son, Warren Davis Folkes of St. Francisville, also served in the state House, nonconsecutively, from 1944 to 1955 and 1968 to 1976 and in the Louisiana State Senate from 1955 to 1968. Folkes, his wife, and other family members are interred at the Grace Episcopal Church Cemetery in St. Francisville.
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  • Cheston Folkes (September 27, 1863 – June 10, 1941) was a farmer from St. Francisville, Louisiana, who served in the Louisiana House of Representatives for West Feliciana Parish in three nonconsecutive stints from 1908 to 1920, 1924 to 1932, and 1936 to 1940. His son, Warren Davis Folkes of St. Francisville, also served in the state House, nonconsecutively, from 1944 to 1955 and 1968 to 1976 and in the Louisiana State Senate from 1955 to 1968. Folkes was the son of Advill Folkes (1820-1875) and the former Elizabeth Rabon, who died in 1868 when he was five years of age. Folkes and his wife, the former Jessie Davis (1865-1938), a native of West Feliciana Parish, had six other children: Lucy Folkes Reid (1890-1984), Jessie Davis Folkes Williams (1891-1986), Cheston D. Folkes (1893-1970), Mary Converse Folkes Pitcher (1895-1990), Feltus Barrow Folkes (1899-1974), and Lawrence Folkes (1904-1939). Folkes, his wife, and other family members are interred at the Grace Episcopal Church Cemetery in St. Francisville.
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  • Louisiana State Representative for West Feliciana Parish
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  • George M. Lester
  • Thomas D. Gilmore
  • W. L. Stirling
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  • Advill and Elizabeth Rabon Folkes
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  • Jessie Davis Folkes
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  • George M. Lester
  • Thomas D. Gilmore
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  • Louisiana State Representative for West Feliciana Parish Cheston Folkes
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