CHARLES EDWARD THEOBALD, of Pittsburg, Pa., a leading member of the Pittsburg bar, with offices in the Bakewell
building, was born on Oct. 23, 1872, in Shaler Township, Allegheny Co., Pa., a son of Charles and Caroline (Oliger)
Theobald, both natives of Germany, and residents of Allegheny county since 1850. The mother now resides at Millvale,
Pa., the father having died on Oct. 5, 1899. C. E. Theobald acquired his literary education in the public schools,
and was graduated from the Allegheny high school in June, 1890. He then took up the profession of teaching, having
been identified with the Millvale public schools for a number of years with marked success. He later abandoned
the school room and matriculated in the law department of the University of Michigan, at Ann Arbor, graduating
from that famous seat of learning in June, 1898, with the degree of bachelor of laws. He was admitted to the Allegheny
county bar the same year, and has since continuously pursued the practice of law at Pittsburg as a member of all
the State and federal courts, enjoying a splendid practice. Politically, he has always been a republican and an
aggressive worker in the ranks of that party.
Memoirs of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
personal and genealogical with portraits.
Publishers: Northwestern Historical Association
Madison, Wis. 1904.
Allegheny County Pennsylvania Biographies
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