Biographical Sketch of Chancy L. Finfrock

Chancy L. Finfrock is one of the younger members of the Champaign bar and for the past three years has been associated in practice with Roger F. Little.

Mr. Finfrock was born in Urbana, May 19, 1892, a son of John H. and Jordena (Johnson) Finfrock. His father was born in Pennsylvania and his mother in Ohio. John H. Finfrock came to Champaign County in 1875. Locating at Urbana, he identified himself with his regular business as a flour miller and was one of the substantial citizens of that district until his death in July, 1896. The mother is still living in Urbana. Chancy L. is the only survivor of his parents’ four children, the other three having died in infancy.

He was graduated from the Urbana High School in 1910 and then entered the University of Illinois, where he completed the law course and received his LL. B. degree in 1914. In September, 1914, Mr. Finfrock became associated with Mr. Little, and they have one of the well appointed law offices of Urbana, located at 109% Main Street.

Mr. Finfrock is a Republican and a member of the Masonic order. He married, June 29, 1916, Miss Grace Dellenbach of Champaign.

MLA Source Citation:

Stewart, J. R. A Standard History of Champaign County Illinois. The Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago and New York. 1918. Web. 29 January 2015. - Last updated on Jun 8th, 2012

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