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Frank Charles Partridge

Frank Charles Partridge, American lawyer, ex-senator. member Vermont Senate, 1898-1900; member Vermont Committee of Public Safety, 1917-1919; Member executive council American Society International Law, 1906-1923, and N.E. council, 1925-1927; Member Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Upsilon, Phi Delta Phi.; Club: Tobique Salmon (N.B.).

Background

  • Partridge, Frank Charles was born on May 7, 1861 in East Middlebury, Vermont, United States. Son of Charles F. and Sarah A. (Rice) Partridge.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Amherst College, 1882. Bachelor of Laws, Columbia University, 1884. Doctor of Laws, Middlebury College, 1909.

    Career

    • Solicitor Department of State, Washington, 1890-1893, United States minister to Venezuela, 1893-1894. Consul-general, at Tangier, 1897-1898. Member Vermont Senate, 1898-1900.

      Chairman of Commission to propose amendments to Vermont Constitution, 1909. Member Vermont Committee of Public Safety, 1917-1919. Rewrote Consular Regulations, 1896.

      Appointed umpire British-Venezuela Claims Commission and Netherlands-Venezuela Claims Commission, 1903, but unable to serve. Delegate of the United States to 5th Pan-American Conference, Santiago, Chile, 1923. Appointed United States senator to fill vacancy, 1930, term expired 1931.

    Membership

    Member Vermont Senate, 1898-1900. Member Vermont Committee of Public Safety, 1917-1919. Member executive council American Society International Law, 1906-1923, and N.E. council, 1925-1927.

    Member Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Upsilon, Phi Delta Phi. Club: Tobique Salmon (N.B.).

    Connections

    • Married Sarah L. Sanborn, May 7, 1907. Children: Frances, Charles Frank, Sanborn, Ruth, David.
    • father: Charles F. Partridge
    • mother: Sarah A. (Rice) Partridge
    • spouse: Sarah L. Sanborn
    • children: Frances Partridge
    • Charles Frank Partridge
    • Sanborn Partridge
    • Ruth Partridge
    • David Partridge
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    Died March 2, 1943
    (aged 81)
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