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George Hoadly, American lawyer. Member Hoadly, Lauterbach & Johnson.

Background

Hoadly, George was born on July 31, 1826 in New Haven, Connecticut, United States. Son of George and Mary Anne Woolsey (Scarborough) Hoadly.

Education

Removed to Cleveland, O., 1830. Graduate Western Reserve College, 1844. Studied Harvard Law School.

Admitted to bar, 1847.

Career

Partner of Salmon P. Chase, 1849-1851. Judge Superior Court, Cincinnati, 1851-1853, 1859-1866. Practiced law in Cincinnati, 1866-1887.

Member State Constitutional Convention, 1873-1874. Was Republican until 1871, when became Democrat because of opposition to protective tariff. Governor Ohio, 1883-1885.

Defeated for reelection by Joseph B. Foraker. Engaged in law practice in New York, since 1887.

Membership

Member Hoadly, Lauterbach & Johnson.

Connections

Married Mary B. Perry, August 13, 1851.

father:
George Hoadly

mother:
Mary Anne Woolsey (Scarborough) Hoadly

spouse:
Mary B. Perry