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Donahue, Maurice H.
Born May 10, 1864, in Monroe, OH
Died September 10, 1928

Federal Judicial Service:
Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
Nominated by Woodrow Wilson on October 1, 1919, to a seat vacated by John Wesley Warrington. Confirmed by the Senate on October 29, 1919, and received commission on October 29, 1919. Service terminated on September 10, 1928, due to death.

Education:
Read law, 1885

Professional Career:
Private practice, New Lexington, Ohio, 1885-1900
Prosecutor, Perry County, Ohio, 1887-1903
Judge, Circuit Court of Ohio, Fifth Judicial Circuit, 1900-1910; chief judge, 1908-1910
Associate justice, Supreme Court of Ohio, 1910-1919
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