Frank A. Cady

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Frank A. Cady (December 31, 1858 - March 30, 1904) was an American lawyer, real estate dealer and politician from Marshfield, Wisconsin who served as a Republican member of the Wisconsin State Assembly, representing Wood County from 1901-1904.[1][2]

Born in Newport, Wisconsin, Cady was educated in the public schools in Kilbourn City, Wisconsin. In 1883, Cady received his law degree from University of Wisconsin Law School and then practiced law in Marshfield, Wisconsin and then Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin. He died in Hot Springs, Arkansas where he went because of his health.[3]


  1. ^ "Members of the Wisconsin Legislature 1848–1999 State of Wisconsin Legislative Bureau. Information Bulletin 99-1, September 1999. p. 35 Archived December 9, 2006, at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ 'Wisconsin Blue Book 1905,' Biographical Sketch of Frank A. Cady, pg. 1111-1112
  3. ^ 'Memoirs of Milwaukee County-From the Earliest Times Down to the Present Including A Genealogical and Biographical Record of Representative Families in Milwaukee County,' vol. 2, Jerome Anthony Watrous, Western Historical Company: 1909, Biographical Sketch of Frank A. Cady, pg. 642-643