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Francis W. Treadway

Francis W. Treadway
circa 1910
circa 1910
Born January 7, 1869 (1869-01-07)
New Haven, Connecticut
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Occupation American politician

Francis Wilcox Treadway (January 7, 1869 – December 24, 1925)[1][2] was an American politician who served as the 30th Lieutenant Governor of Ohio from 1909 to 1911.[3]

Biography

Francis W. Treadway was born in New Haven, Connecticut in 1869, and was moved to Cleveland, Ohio when ten years of age. He was educated at Cleveland grammar and high schools.[2] He graduated with BS from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in 1890, and Yale Law School in 1892. In 1893, He and William H. Marlatt formed the law firm of Treadway and Marlatt.[4] He married Esther Sutliff Frisbie on January 5, 1897,[4] and they had two children. He wrote Ohio Mechanics Lien Law, 1901. He was United States Commissioner for Northern District of Ohio, 1902–1903.[2]

Career

Treadway was elected to represent Cuyahoga County in the Ohio House of Representatives in 1903 for the 76th General Assembly, (1904–1905), as a Republican.[2] In 1908 Treadway was elected Lt. Governor.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Andrew L. Harris
Lieutenant Governor of Ohio
1909–1911
Succeeded by
Atlee Pomerene
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