Frank P. Judge, Jr., manager of the sales and service department of the National China Company, Salineville,
is among the substantial citizens of Columbiana County. He was born in Pittsburgh, Oct. 15, 1889, and is the son
of Frank P. and Elizabeth (Croxall) Judge.
Frank P. Judge, Sr., is a native of Staffordshire, England, as is also his wife. He came to America in 1888 and
settled in Pittsburgh, where he remained until 1897. He has since lived in East Liverpool, where he is identified
with the Croxall Chemical & Supply Company. Mr. and Mrs Judge are the parents of the following children: John
T., lives in St. Louis; Joseph H., died in October, 1918; Frances, married James Stoney, lives in Youngstown, Ohio;
Frank P., the subject of this sketch; Lillian, married John McKeever, lives in East Liverpool; William, died in
infancy; and James, died in December, 1918; and Helen, married Thomas Martin, lives in East Liverpool.
Frank P. Judge, Jr., was educated in Pittsburgh and East Liverpool. He began his business career in the employ
of the First National Bank of East Liverpool and in May, 1912, at the time of his resignation from that institution,
was serving as receiving teller. He has since been connetted with the National China Company of Salineville and
is also a stockholder in the company. Mr. Judge has served as president of the United States Potters Association
and is actively identified with the pottery industry.
On June 10, 1914, Mr. Judge was united in marriage with Miss Mary E. Mulhern, who was born in Salineville, Sept.
24, 1886, the daughter of Peter and Bridget (Noone) Muihern, natives of Ireland. Mr. Muihern died in 1892 and his
wife died in 1914. They had five children: Thomas, deceased; Michael F., lives at Salineville; Mrs. Judge; Grace
M., married William E. Ebert, lives in Cleveland; and Theresa, died in 1919. Mr. and Mrs. Judge have a son, Thomas,
born in Cleveland, Jan. 21, 1918.
In politics Mr. Judge is identified with the Republican party. He is a member of the Catholic Church, the Knights
of Columbus, and the Kiwanis Club. He has an extensive acquaintance throughout Columbiana County and is well liked.
History of Columbiana County, Ohio
By: Harold B. Barth
Historical Publishing Company
Columbiana County, Ohio Biographies
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