Daniel Parkhurst Leadbetter (September 10, 1797 – February 26, 1870) was a state senator in Ohio during the 1840s.
He retired from office before the end of the decade, although he had support to run again. Later, he served in the American Civil War as a captain. Settling in Millersburg, the county seat of Holmes County, Ohio, he and his brother, Moses Leadbetter, eventually came to own almost half the town. Their family remained prominent there for decades.
He was also a relation through marriage of a prominent Millersburg citizen, Robert Justice.
- Margaret B. Walmer, 100 Years at Warrington, York County, Pennsylvania Quakers . 1989. Heritage Books, Inc.
- Birth and Death Records for Holmes County 1869-1877 in Probate Court in Millersburg
- Marguerite Dickinson, Obituaries Abstracted From Holmes County, Ohio Office Papers in Farmer HUB Office Holmes County Historical Society and Western Reserve Historical Society.
|NAME||Leadbetter, Daniel Parkhurst|
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||American politician and Union Army officer|
|DATE OF BIRTH||September 10, 1797|
|PLACE OF BIRTH|
|DATE OF DEATH||February 26, 1870|
|PLACE OF DEATH|