Andrew Berkeley Thomason, Jr., LL.B.
'' Never too late to learn.'' Andrew B. Thomason was born in Bourbon County, Ky. in 1875, which county he says is the "garden spot" of the world, being noted for its famous whiskey, fine horses, and beautiful women. Before entering upon the study of Law, he was engaged in farming and is familiar with all the phases of rural life. He is an ardent suffragette and is ever ready and willing to espouse the cause of the fairer sex. He was in the Law Department of Transylvania Univ. in 1911 and 1912, became a member of the Fayette County Bar in Feb. 1913, and will practice Law in Lexington, having offices with Franklin and Talbott.
-The Kentuckian, 1913
Andrew Berkeley Thomason, Jr. (October 28, 1875 - February 15, 1950) was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky to Andrew B. Thomason, Sr. and Eliza Ann Craig. Thomason first studied law at Transylvania University before receiving his LL.B. from the University of Kentucky in 1913. He first practiced law in Lexington in the firm of Tolbert and Franklin. He later practiced independently. Thomason briefly served as police judge in Lexington in 1923. Thomason married Martha Rachel Curtis.