Biographical Sketch of Francis Wilcox Treadway
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Treadway, Francis Wilcox; lawyer; born, New Haven, Conn., Jan. 7, 1869; son of Augustine Russell and Mary L. Mansfield Treadway; educated, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, B. S., 1890; Yale University, LL. B., 1892; married, Cleveland, Jan. 5, 1907, Esther L. Frisbie; Frances Sessions and Augustine Russell Treadway, children; law firm, Treadway and Marlatt, since 1893; treas. Cleveland Bar Ass’n, 1907 to 1912; United States Commissioner, 1902-1903; member Ohio House of Representatives, 1904-1905; nominated vice mayor of Cleveland, 1907; pres. Tippecanoe Club, 1906-1907; director Chamber of Commerce, 1911-1913; lieut. gov. of Ohio, 1909-1910; director Guardian Savings & Trust Co., Peck, Stow & Wilcox Co., Rauch & Lang Carriage Co.; director and sec’y, member American Academy of Political and Social Science; trustee Ohio State Archeological and Historical Society, Pilgrim Congregational Church; trustee and sec’y Jones Home for Friendless Children, Fraternity Phi Delta Phi; fond of tennis, golf and water sports; member Union, Clifton, Tippecanoe Clubs, Cleveland, and Columbus Club, Columbus, O.; author, with W. H. Marlatt, of “Ohio Law of Mechanics Liens,” W. H. Anderson & Co., 1901; second edition, 1904.