Member Biography

Cyrus Cadwallader 

Sessions Office Position District Party
1816-1817       3 Federalist
1817-1818       3 Federalist
1818-1819       3 Federalist
1819-1820       3 Federalist
1820-1821       3 Federalist
1821-1822       3 Federalist
1822-1823       3 Federalist
1823-1824       3 Federalist



06/06/1763 - 02/13/1848

Private Cyrus Cadwallader (Federal3) Bucks County 1816-1824

Early Life:

Cyrus Cadwallader born June 6, 1763, Horsham, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, British Colonial America; son of Jacob and Phoebe Radcliffe Cadwallader; married, Mary Taylor, 1790 (d.1798), children, Jesse Cadwallader, Jacob Cadwallader, Elizabeth Cadwallader, Charles Cadwallader, Benjamin Cadwallader, married, Mary Taylor 2, 1800, children, Oliver Cadwallader, Rachel Cadwallader, Leatitia Balderston, Sarah Cadwallader, Mercy Cadwallader; private, 1st Regiment Riflemen (Humphrey's), Pennsylvania, War of 1812; unsuccessful campaign, Federalist, Pennsylvania State House of Representatives, 1814; elected, Federalist, Pennsylvania State Senate, 1817-1824; unsuccessful, Pennsylvania Speaker of the Senate, 1821; died, February 13, 1848, Newtown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania; interment, Fallsington Friends Cemetery, Fallsington, Bucks County, Pennsylvania

Professional titles; business ownership; board memberships; local government; club memberships:

Member, Horsham Friends Meeting, transferred, membership, Falls Friends Meeting, 1797.

Pennsylvania Politics:

Unsuccessful campaign, Federalist, Pennsylvania State House of Representatives, Bucks County, 1814.

Elected, Federalist, Pennsylvania State Senate, 3rd district, Bucks County, 1816-1824; unsuccessful, Pennsylvania Speaker of the Senate, 1821.


Cox, Harold "Senate Members "C"Wilkes University Election Statistics ProjectWilkes University.

Cyrus Cadwallader (1763-1848) - Find a Grave Memorial