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Military officer

Edwin Marshall Hadley, American military officer. Award “in recognition of worthy achievement,” 1945. member S.R., S.A.R., Order of Runnymede, Illinois Chamber Commerce, Chicago Association Commerce, American Coalition, American Alliance, American Legion, Beta Theta Pi (past president Chicago Alumni).; Mason (K.T., 32°, Shriner), Sojourners. Grange.

Background

Hadley, Edwin Marshall was born on October 14, 1872 in Peoria, Illinois, United States. Son of of James Marshall and Margaret (Widenham) H.

Education

Eighth in lineal descent from Edward Fitz Randolph, from Nottinghamshire to New England, 1630. Educated Illinois Wesleyan and Northwestern universities.

Career

And Ceylon Planters Tea Company, of which was secretary, treasurer and director until 1906. Served as Chairman of the Board Chicago-Cleveland Car Roofing Company, 1906-1925, and as vice president Pioneer Cast Steel Truck Company, Sullivan Metallic Packing Company, Reliable Railway Equipment Company Lieutenant colonel Illinois National Guard. Major Military Intelligence Reserve, United States Army.

Completed military intelligence course, Army War College, 1928. Illinois chairman Civilian Aides Committee, for enlistments, Army Air Forces, World World War World War II National president. The Paul Reveres, Inc.

Member S.R., S.A.R., Order of Runnymede, Illinois Chamber Commerce, Chicago Association Commerce, American Coalition, American Alliance, American Legion, Beta Theta Pi (past president Chicago Alumni).

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Credenda, 1924. The Thoughtful Hour, 1925. Sinister Shadows, 1929.

      Tennessee T., 1931

    • The Rape of the Republic, 1935. Editor Revere section of Chicago Leader. Public speaker. Farmer.

Membership

Member S.R., S.A.R., Order of Runnymede, Illinois Chamber Commerce, Chicago Association Commerce, American Coalition, American Alliance, American Legion, Beta Theta Pi (past president Chicago Alumni). Mason (K.T., 32°, Shriner), Sojourners. Grange.; Clubs: Adventurers, Forty, Chicago Athletic, Union League, Executives, Southern Shore Country (Chicago).

Connections

Married Jessie Seymour McCarthy, June 21, 1904. Children: James M., Edwin M., Junior.

spouse:
Jessie Seymour McCarthy

children:
James M. Hadley

Edwin M. Hadley

Jr Hadley