Edgar Burton Kinsworthy

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Edgar Burton Kinsworthy was a prominent Little Rock attorney, as well as an Arkansas State Senator and Attorney General of the State of Arkansas. In his general practice with Kinsworthy, Henderson & Kinsworthy he specialized in corporate law and cases of negligence.

Kinsworthy was born in Browntown, Arkansas, on August 7, 1860. He received his B.L.L. from the University of Arkansas in 1885, and his LL.B. from Cumberland University in 1887. He was admitted to the Arkansas bar that same year. Kinsworthy was a State Senator from 1891 to 1895 and Attorney General from 1895 to 1899.

Kinsworthy was the second owner of the Villa Marre, an historic mansion in the Quapaw Quarter of downtown Little Rock. He lived in the home from 1905 to 1932.


  • James Clark Fifield, The American Bar (Minneapolis, MN: The James C. Fifield Company, 1918), 31.

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