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Brandt, Robert 1941-

Brandt, Robert 1941-


Born May 25, 1941, in Norris, TN; son of Sandford F. (a writer) and Edith (a schoolteacher) Brandt; married Anne Murray, April 20, 1968; children: Marshall. Ethnicity: "American mixed." Education: Centre College, B.A., 1963; Vanderbilt University, J.D., 1966. Politics: Democrat. Religion: Episcopal. Hobbies and other interests: Hiking, fishing, sports.


Home—Nashville, TN. Office—222 4th Ave. N., Nashville, TN 37215.


Attorney. Military service: Served in U.S. Army and U.S. Navy in the 1960s.


Tennessee Hiking Guide, University of Tennessee Press (Knoxville, TN), 1983.

Touring the Middle Tennessee Backroads, John Blair (Winston-Salem, NC), 1995.

Middle Tennessee on Foot, John Blair (Winston-Salem, NC), 1998.

(With Nancy Frass MacLean and Claudia Bonnyman) Rules of Civil Procedure Annotated (for Tennessee Supreme Court), West Group (St. Paul, MN), 2000.

Compass American Guides: Tennessee, Compass American Guides (Chicago, IL), 2001, 2nd edition (with Joseph Allen), 2006.

Author of the book Chasing the Ringgold Rangers, 1994.

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