Charles C. Crabbe

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Charles Carl Crabbe
Charles C. Crabbe 1920.png
29th Ohio Attorney General
In office
January 8, 1923 – January 10, 1927
Preceded by John G. Price
Succeeded by Edward C. Turner
Personal details
Born (1878-11-01)November 1, 1878
Madison County, Ohio
Died June 2, 1969(1969-06-02) (aged 90)
Columbus, Ohio
Political party Republican
Alma mater Pettit College of Law

Charles Carl Crabbe (November 1, 1878 – June 2, 1969)[1] was a lawyer from the U. S. State of Ohio who was a legislator in the Ohio House of Representatives and served as Ohio Attorney General 1923-1927.

Biography[edit]

Charles C. Crabbe was born on a farm in Madison County, Ohio in 1878, and educated in country schools.[2] He taught school and studied law for seven years, and completed his law studies at Ohio Northern University College of Law in Ada, Ohio.[2]

Crabbe was admitted to the bar in 1904, and practiced in Madison County. He served three terms as Madison County Prosecuting Attorney. He was elected to the Ohio House of Representatives in 1918 as a Republican.[2] He later was elected to two terms as Ohio Attorney General.

Crabbe married Ida M. Roth on September 22, 1904 at London, Ohio. They had a son named John Roth Crabbe. Charles Crabbe died at Columbus, Ohio, June 2, 1969.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b genealogy.com
  2. ^ a b c Halley, W E; Maynard, John P. (1920). Manual of Legislative Practice in the General Assembly 1919-1920. Columbus: State Bindery. p. 150.