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Hon. John James Ormond was an associate justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, from 1837-1847. John James Ormond was born in England in 1795, to English parents. He died on 4th March 1866, in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. He lived in Ormond House, it is now known as Ormond-Miller House.
John James Ormond wrote the Code of Alabama, with Arthur Pendleton Bagby, George Goldthwaite, and Henry Churchill. He wrote many famous legal papers as well. After serving on the Supreme Court for almost ten years, he did not seek relection to the bench in 1847. One of his daughters, Mary Elizabeth Ormond, married John W. Mallet, of Texas, who had been born in Ireland.

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Code Of Alabama, By Brittian De Wolf, in 1852 state printer. Alabama State Papers.


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