Archives of Maryland
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F. Neal Parke (1871-1955)
MSA SC 3520-14463
Judge, Court of Appeals, 1924-1941
President, Maryland State Bar Association, 1924-1925


Born Francis Neal Parke, Carroll County, Maryland, 1871.  Attended West Point, 1889-1891; withdrew due to illness.  Studied law with Chief Judge William H. Thomas.  Admitted to the bar, December 3, 1893.  Died, June 2, 1955.

 Practiced in office of his grandfather, Joseph Maxwell Parke.  Partnership with James A.C. Bond, 1898-1924.  Appointed Associate Judge, Court of Appeals, 1924.  Retired, 1941, at age 70.  Member, Bond Commission on reorganization of Maryland Court of Appeals.

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