George F. Barrett

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George Francis Barrett
30th Illinois Attorney General
In office
1941–1949
Governor Dwight H. Green
Preceded by John Edward A. Cassidy
Succeeded by Ivan A. Elliott
Personal details
Born November 17, 1907[1]
Chicago, Illinois
Died December 1980 (aged 73)
Political party Republican

George Francis Barrett (November 17, 1907 – December 1980) served as Illinois Attorney General from 1941 to 1949.

Biography[edit]

George F. Barrett, Jr. hailed from a prominent Chicago family. His father George F. Barrett, Sr. was chief justice of the Cook County (IL) Circuit Court.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Illinois fact book and historical almanac, 1673–1968", Clayton, John, 1970
  2. ^ Blue Book of the State of Illinois (Illinois: Phillips Bros.): 62–63,110,125. 1943.