History of the Federal Judiciary


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Warrington, John Wesley
Born July 22, 1844, in Clark County, OH
Died May 26, 1921, in Cincinnati, OH

Federal Judicial Service:
Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
Nominated by William H. Taft on March 16, 1909, to a seat vacated by John Kelvey Richards. Confirmed by the Senate on March 16, 1909, and received commission on March 16, 1909. Assumed senior status on October 6, 1919. Service terminated on May 26, 1921, due to death.

Judge, U.S. Circuit Courts for the Sixth Circuit
Nominated by William H. Taft on March 16, 1909, to a seat vacated by John Kelvey Richards. Confirmed by the Senate on March 16, 1909, and received commission on March 16, 1909. Service terminated on December 31, 1911, due to abolition of the court.

Education:
Cincinnati Law School (now University of Cincinnati College of Law), LL.B., 1869

Professional Career:
U.S. Army, 110th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, 1862-1865
Assistant city solicitor, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1869-1873
City solicitor, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1873-1875
Private practice, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1876-1909
Professor of equity jurisprudence and trusts, University of Cincinnati College of Law, 1901-1904
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