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Full text of "Notable men of central New York; Syracuse and vicinity, Utica and vicinity, Auburn, Oswego, Watertown, Fulton, Rome, Oneida, Little Falls. XIX and XX centuries"

MEMORIAL 



XIX &fXX CENTURIES 



NOTABLE MEN 

of CENTRAL NEW YORK 



SYRACUSE AND VICINITY 

UTICA AND VICINITY 

AUBURN, OSWEGO, WATERTOWN 

FULTON, ROME, ONEIDA 

LITTLE FALLS 



XIX AND XX CENTURIES 



DWIGHT J. STODDARD, Publisher 
1903 



THE LIBRARY OF 
CONGRESS, 

Two Copies Received 

OCT 2f 1^03 

Ctpynght Entry 

claSs 4 XXo. N«. 
lo 8 1 ^i 

COPY A. 



Coinright, 1903 
By Dwiglit J. Stoddard 



'This Copy IS A^O, 

285 



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INTRODUCTION 



Tl 1 1'^ 'J^VKXTiKTH Century Memokiai. for Central Xew York is the 
outcome of expensive preparation, recjuirini^ nearly two years of 
painstaking^ labor to complete, and is sent forth with confidence 
that it will be valued by the intellig-ent community it represents in pro- 
portion to its manifest merits. 

()ver fourteen hundred portraits make this l)y far the most compre- 
hensive collection ever published in Central Xew \'ork. 

So remarkable an array of portraits of the prominent and noteworthy 
men, present and past, was at first considered impossible by discernin.fj" citi- 
zens whose advice was sousjht, and neither they or anyone who has not 
shared the labors involved in the makinij of this book can properly realize 
the difficulties which have been overcome. 

The titles are brief and condensed in every instance to three lines 
below the names. Often it woidd be easier to write a pas"e of ordinary 
biotjraphy than to indicate a man's career in three lines, and the charm of 
such a collection of portraits, unmarred l)y any undiscriminating biographies, 
always tiresome and sometimes incorrect, makes this book a pleasant review 
instead of a mental task. 

" Words arc like lea\cs; and wIiltc they most al)ound, 
Mucli fruit of sense beneatli is rarely found." — Pope 

By making' this work a Xineteenth as well as a Twentieth Century 
memorial. includinLi' 'i^^ it does in the collection many portraits of those who 
have passed away, enhances its value, and the possessors of this memento 
will have " a kind of excellent dumb discotirse " more eloquent than wonls, 
to entertain and instruct their families and friends, and hand down to pos- 
terity an heirloom which must increase in value as the passinii' years recede 
into fainter and fainter memories. 

The arduous toil of makinjj;' a worthy .Xineteenth and Twentieth Cen- 
tury Memorial for Central Xew York is ended, and tlie comi)leted result 
is ready to be i)laced in the hands of its subscribers. We are sure that it 
will be cordially welcomed and that the better it is known the better it will 
be appreciated. 

The Pl-islisiiku 



ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 



WHILR many citizens liave heartily co-operated ami rendered valu- 
able assistance, si)ecial acknow ledt^inents are (\\.\v to the follow inj;- 
advisory connnittee. whose portraits appear in a i^roup in the 
lirst part of this hook: C'aIvKoi.i. \\. Smiiii, LL. I)., l\i;\-. j i:ki:m iaii Zim- 

MI-K.MAX. D.l)., LL.l)., llKNKV 1). DlDAMA. M.D., LL.l)., Rl-V. 11. kuilAKl) 

P.|-..\|)i:r. D.l)., Piiiiii'.S. I\ni)i:r. Ria . J( hix liKAixAKD, D.I)., i'"Ki-:i)iiuicK 
!1i:m<\" rAi<Ki:K, M.D., rKoi'. C"ii\ki.i:s W. Ru hards, .V.mos Voi'm.ws. 
Kor.i'.Ki' J. Iht K, Ml KRAN .M . Adams, M.D.. S.miiii T. W'ooi.wdRrii, K i'. 
I\i;\. C"iiAki.i:s T. ( )i.Msri:i), S.T.D., Gkn. Ch.xklks W. I)ari.i.\(;, A.M.. 
l\i;\. William W. I! i: l l in ( ; i: r , D.l).. II ox. S\.\d i:l S. Low i-.rn'. 

.\lso for ad\isory courtesies: the llox. Ax.skl Jldd .XoRTiiRir. ex- 
t'ount_\' judi^e of ( )nondasa : (inx. Dwiciii 11. Bri'c'E. postmaster of Syra- 
cuse, and Mr. ll!-;xR\ II. \\\(\\ of Rochester, X. Y. ; for the engravingfs. the 
C'i:xiR\L C\\\ l^xcRWixc; axd I"J.i:c rRoTNLixo C"o., and for the printiui;- 
and binding^, Tin-: Masox I*ri:ss. 

As to the i)hotoi4"rai)hs, more than 800 were made expressly for the book 
by IMiiLir S. Rndi-.r, of Syracuse, X. Y.. and taken tog-ether comprise a 
wonderful collection of his^^h art. There are also nian_\- excpiisite i)roductions 
from photog'rai)hs made for the work from the follow iuij' well known i,'"alleries: 
Fri-:v. I'tica, X. Y . : 1"j<xsiii:r(;i-.r & Sox. Auburn, X. \'. : XoRiiiRor, 
Oswe,s.I-o. X. Y. : IIraixi'.rd. Rome, X. Y. ; Sloclm, W'atertown. X. \'. ; 
D.\KRo\\ , l-"ulton. X. Y. : Zix is.\l\sii:r, Llerkimer. X. Y. ; IUckllx, Little 
Falls, X. V. : Wicioixs. Oneida, X. Y. 

The i)ul)lisher is especiall\' indebted for g-enerous financial and advi- 
sory courtesies to Mr. Hkxrv II. Run, whose assistance has made this 
work possible. 

The Pliillsiikk 



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NOTABLE MEN 

of CENTRAL NEW YORK 



])ratuse anti IPirtnttp 



XIX AND XX CENTURIES 



DVVIGHT J. STODDARD. Publishhr 
1903 



NOTABLE MI'.X OF CENTRAL .\1A\- \i)\<K 



I 1 




Rt. Kkv. FREDERIC DAN HUNTINGTON, S. T. IX LL. I)., I.. H. D. 

BISHOP PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL DIOCESE CENTRAL NEW YORK 





Rev. rHE()Dt)RE BABCOCK, D. D. 

DEAN 

ST. Andrew's divinity school 



Rev. KARL SC'HWAR i"Z, D. i:>. 

dean 

church of the saviour 



12 



X()T.\r.Ll- MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





Rev. WILLIAM MARIIN BEAUt HAMP, S.T. D. Rev. EZEKIEL WILSON MUNDY, D. D. 



PASTOR GR\CE CH. H AI.DUINSVIt.I.E, 35 YE.ARS, E .\ - 
CHAPLAIN DIOC. CEN. \. Y. PRES. ONON. AC. OF 
SCI. ALTHOR ARCHAEOLOGICAL COLL. N. Y. S. MU. 



LIBRARIAN SYRACUSE PUBLIC LIBRARY. 
FORMERLY RECTOR OF ST. MARK's CHIRCH 





Riv. HERBERT (UIIBORI) COnDINCiTON 

GRACE (episcopal) CIHRCM 



Kiv. HENRY R. I.OCKW^OOD, S. T. D. 

RI-CrOR ST. pall's CHL'RCH 



RECTOR 



I 



NOTAr.LK MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



13 





Rt. Rev. PATRICK: A. LUDDEX, D. D. Rt. Rev. Mgr. JOHN J. KENNEDY, V. G. 

BISHOP DIOCESE OF SYR.ACUSE RECTOR ST. LUCY's (R. C.) CHURCH 




Rev. MICHAEL CLUNE 

RECTOR OF ST. JOHN'S CATHEDRAL 



Rev. JOHN GRIMES 

RECTOR ST. MARY'S (R. C. ) CHLRCH 



u 



XOTAI'.IJ-: .MKX OF CENTRAL Xi:W YORK 





Rf\. JOHN F. \iri.LANV, 1.1.. D. 

RECTOR OK SI. JOHS'S CHURCH 
TRF. \S. CATHOLIC SL'.VIMER SCHOOL OF AMERICA 



Rev. JAMES P. MAGEE 

PASTOR ST. PATRICK'S (R. C.) CHl'RCH 





Kn. Willi AM 1. I)()l (im.KlA Kkv. JAMI-S A. OlIAK.X, D.I). *i889 

I'ASTOR ST. VIVCKM DF I'MT.'s ( R. C. ) CHL'RCH PVSTOR ST. .MARV's (R.C.) CHURCH, 1859-1889 



XOTAHL-K MKN OV CEXTRAL Xl£\\ \X)RK 



15 





Rev. FRANCIS J. QUINN 

PASTOR ST. .WTHONV'S ( R. C. ) CHURCH 



Rev. JAMES J. MORIARITV, *i887 

PASTOR ST. JOHN" THE EVANGELIST'S (R. C. ) 

CHURCH, 1883-87; RECTOR ST. PATRICK'S 

CHURCH (CHATHAM, N. Y.) 18 YEARS 





Rev. B. CLOVIS THIBAULT Rev. CHRISTIAN STAEBLER 

PASJOR ST. Joseph's french r. c. chlrcfi pastor sai.em cuhrch evangelical association 

VICE-PRES. YOUNG PEOPLE'S ALLIANCE 
EVANGELICAL ASSOCIATION 



1^) 



N<>r.\l'.LK MKX OF CEXTRAL XKW YORK 





Rev. GEO. BIRLEV SPALDING, D. D. LL. D. Rev. ALFRED H. FAHNESTOCK, D. D. 

PASTOR OF THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN- CHURCH PASTOR FIRST WARD PRESBYTERIAN' CHLRCH 





Ki V. I.DW AKl) W INSIH KST 

PAsTOR OK WEST EM) I'RESHVTERI \ \ CHI RCH 



Rev. ALI.IA D DKAIMIK. D. D. 

PASTOR OF FOIRTH PRESBVTIRI \ N CHIRCH 



I 



NOTABLE MEX UF CKXTRAL XIAV V( )RK 



17 




Rev. JEREMIAH ZIMMERMAN, D. D., LL. D. Rev. LEGH RICHMOND JANES (Retired) 

\STOR FIRST ENG. LUTH. CH. MEM. VICTORIA INST. & CHAPLAIN 99TH PA. VETERAN VOI-UNTEEER IN- 

LONDON NUMISMATIC SOC. EMINENT COM. OF CEN. FANTRY. ACTING MINISTER 38 YEARS 
I CITY COM. AUTHOR "SPAIN AND HER PEOPLE." 





Rev. SAMUEL J. MAY, *i87o 

PASTOR CHURCH OF MESSIAH, 1845-187O 
(may MEMORIAL CHURCH) 



Rev. SAMUEL R. fAI/niROF, D. P. 

PASTOR MAY MEMORIAL CHURCH 



iS 



X( >'i Ar.i.i-: Mi-:.\ of ckxtkai. xi:\\ vork 





Rev. JESSE T. PECK, *i8ii-i883 

ENTERED MINISTRY 1832 

PASTOR CENTENARY M. E. CHURCH 1869-187O 

ELECTED BISHOP M. E. CHURCH 1872 



Rkv. I'HERON CUt)PER, 1). D. 

PRESIDING ELDER IN CENTRAL N. Y. CONFERENCE, 
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 





|nll\ ( \l( llol.s 



PRESIDING I I.DKR SYRACUSE DISTRICT, 
CENTRAL NEW YORK CONFERENCE M. E. CHURCH 



Ri;v. D.WII.I, imisrol., D.I). ♦iSia-iSSs 

PRESIDING ELDER M. E. CHURCH, 

DELEGATE GEN. CONFERENCE M. E. CHURCH 1880 

TRUSTEE SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 1870-1878 



XOTAIUJ*: MEN L)V CENTRAL Nl-:\\' \()\<K 



19 





Rev. CHARLES N.SIMS 

P.\STOR OF FIRST M. E. CHURCH 



Rev. JOHN B. FOOTH, D. D. 
Retired 

METHODIST EI'IXOI'AI. CHI RCH 





Rev. JOHN FERDINAND DAYAN, D. D. *i897 Rev. ELLIOTTE AMBROSE TTTTLE 

PASTOR W. GENESEE ST. METHODIST CHURCH MINISTER OF THE G03PEI. 

MEMBER NORTHERN NEW YORK CONFERENCE 185O METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 



20 



X( >T \!UJ". Ml-:X OF CENTRAL XMW" YORK 





Rev. JAMES B. KENYON 

PASTOR UNIVERSITY AVE. M. E. CHURCH 



Rev. CHARLES GILBERT -MALLERV, A. M. 

PASTOR SECOND REFORMED CHURCH 





Kl\. I'lllll.ll' II. fOl.K 
PASTOR 1)1 1 IRM KIKlKMKD CHURCH 



Ri:v. Ill KM ANN (;. DATTAN | 

PASTOR ZION's EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH 



I 



XOTAP.LE MUX OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



21 




REV. ALBERT CUIT, D. D. 




Rev. ETH.\N CURTIS 



\STOR OLIVET BAP. CH. 1898. ALUM\US UNIV. AND 19 YEARS PASTOR CONG. CH. CAMDEN, N. Y. 

HEOL. SEM., ROCH., 1866-1869. .MEM. PHI. BETA KAPPA YEARS DANFORTH CONG. CH. SYR. 12 YEARS 

ME.M. BOARD OF .MGRS. BAP. MIS. CON. S. N. Y. 1879 SEC. N. Y. HOME .MISSIONARY' SOCIETY 





Rev. J. B. SMITH 

(Retired) 

FAYETTEVILLE, N. Y. 



Rev. EDWARD N. PACKARD 

PASTOR PLY.MOUTH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 



\( tr \i;i.i-: mi:x of central xi-:\\' vork 





Rkv. I-RKDKRICK \V. BEITS 

PASTOR 
FIRST UMVF.RSAI.IST CHURCH 



Rev. LORENZO A. CHURCH 

PASTOR FREE BAPTIST MIS:iO\ OF SYRACUSE 





Riv. JOHN I). 151 I.KNAl', A.M., I'm. 1). 

tVANCEl.IiT. KOR.MI-R PASTOR OF FIRST CONGRE- 
G.VTIONAI, CHURCH OF MT. VERNON. N. Y. 



Rev. AL\n:R()N H. HICEKNAP 

EVANGELIST OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 
FOR OVER HALF A CENTURY 



NOTABLE M1':X OF CENTRAL Nl-:\\' ^'( »KK 



^3 





CHARLES ANDREWS, LL. D. 

i:X-CHlEF JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS. DIST. ATTY. 

()\()\. CO. 1853-1856. M.VYOR OF SYR. 1861 

AND 1868, DEL.-AT-I.ARGE CONST. CONV. 1867 



WILLIAM CRAWFORD RUGER, *i824-i892 

CHIEF JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS 1883-9I 
PRESIDENT NEW YORK BAR ASSOCIATION l882-8^ 





WILLIAM JAMES WALLACE, LL. D. 

MAYOR OF SYRACUSE 1873-74. U. S. DIST. JUDGE, 
NORTHERN DIST. N. Y. 1874-82. U. S. CIR- 
CUIT JUDGE, SECOND CIRCUIT, 1882 . 



IRVINC; GOODWIN VANN 

MAYOR OF SYRACUSE 1879. JUSTICE SUPRE.VIE 

COURT 1881-95. JUDGE COURT OF 

APPEALS 1896-1910 



-'4 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL" Xi:\V VokK 





EDWARD T. BARTLETT 

ASSOCIATE JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS 



GEORC.E FRANKLIN COMSTOCK, *i892 

REPORTER COURT OF APPEALS 1847-5I. SOLICITOR 
U. S. TREAS. 1852-54, JUDGE COURT OF AP- 
PEALS 1855-61. DEL. CONST. CONV. 1867 







(.K()R(;E F. dan FORTH, •1899 

Jl IX;E COURT OF APPEALS 1879-89 



ROCHESTER, \. V. 



ADDISON GARDNER, •1883 

JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS 1847-1855 | 

LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR NEW YORK 1845-1846 ! 

ROCHESTER, N. Y. 



NOTABLE MEN OE ChLXTKAL XIA\' \()\<K 



25 





FRANK H. HISCOCK 

JUSTICE SUPREME COURT 
APPELLATE DIVISION 



PETER B. Mclennan 

JUSTICE SUPREME COURT 
APPELLATE DIVISION, FOURTH DEPARTMENT 





WILLIAM SHANKLAND ANDREWS 

JUSTICE SUPREME COURT 1900-1914 



WILLIAM H. SHANKLAND, *i883 

JUSTICE SUPREME COURT 1849-57 



NOTAIUJ'. Mh:.\ OF CKXTKAL XICW \"(iRK 





•^ 



CJEORGE NELSON' KENNEDY, *i9oi JAMES NUXON, *i88i 

JUSTICE SUPREME COURT 1883-1892, P.HTIRED BY JUSTICE SUPREME COURT 1875. STATE SENATOR 
AGE LIMITATION. STATE SENATOR 1867-7I. 1856-1860 

PRES. MER. NAT. BANK UNTIL DECEASED. 





II K(»^ M()K(;an, 'iSio-isso 

il stKI SUPREME COURT 1860-75. DIST. Am. 
ONOV. COUNTY 1843-1847. PRES- 

IDIVTIXL i:m:ctor. i8i;6 



n.WIII, PRAII", '1X0^-1884 

JISTICE SUPREME COURT 185O-59. PR ATF, 

MITCHELL & BROWN, Arr'YS-AT-IJ\\V. 

Arr'Y-CEN. STATE N. Y. 1873-74. 



NOTABLE MKX OF CENTRAL XiA\- VoRK 





ANSEL JUDD NORTHRUP 

MTORNF.V-AT-I.AW. COUNT-i" JUDGE 1882- 
RE-ELECTF.D 1888-94 



HENRY RIECIEL, *i825-i897 

JUDGE ONONDAGA COUNTY 
1862-1882 





EDWIN SHERMAN JENNEV, *i9oo 

COLONEL IN THE CIVIL WAR 
LAWYER 



JOSHl'A FORMAN, »i777-i848 

FOUNDER OF SYRACUSE. LAWYER. ERIE CANAL 

PROMOTER. FIRST JUDGE ONON. CO. 

CO.VI. PLEAS COURT, 18x3 



iAi;Li': Mi:x of ckxtral xew vork 





IK.WK lllSCOfK 



MARTIN A. KXAPP 



HUCOCK, DOIIFAV, WILLIAMS & COWIE, LAWYERS. LAWTER 

IMTED STATES SENATOR FOR NEW CHAIRMAN INTER-STATE COMMERCE COMMIiCIOM 

VORK 1SS7 TO 1893 




JAMI s I'. liKdoKS 

•-I Af CIILRCH, I.VWYERS 
inf OK LAW. SYR. L'MVERSln 




'IIII.ODORI. I. HANCOCK 

IIXNCOCK, IIOGAN & DEVTNE, ATTORNEYS. DIST. 

ATFY. 1890-1893. ATTORNEY-GENERAL 

STATE OK NEW VORK. 1894-1899 



NOTABLE MEX OF CENTRAL XEW YORK 



29 





WILLIAM NOTTINGHAM, A.M., Ph.D. WILLIAM PRKVOST GOODELLE 

;0<ELLE, NOTTINGHAM BROS. & ANDREWS, ATTYS. RE- GOODELLE, NOTTINGHAM BROS. & ANDREWS, ATTVS. PRES. 

C;T UNIV. S. N. Y. DIR. COM. BK., U. S. TRANS. CO. STATE BD. OF LAW EX. ONON. CO. BAR ASSN. AND BEAVER 

ICH. &■ SYR. R. R., AUBURN & SYR. ELEC. R. R. RIVER CLUB. DEL. AT LARGE CON. CON. 1894 





I EDWIN NOTTINGHAM 

GOODELLE, NOTITNGHAM BROS. & ANDREWS, 
I LAWYERS. TRUSTEE SYRACUSE UNIV., 

SECRETARY OF BOARD 



CHARLES \V. ANDREWS 

GOODELLE, NOTTINGHAM BROS. & ANDREWS, 
.\TTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS-.\T-LAW 



NOTAl'.LK MKN ()!' CEXTKAl. XI-W YORK 





r 



tHAKI.HS B. SEDCIWICK, 'iSSs CHARLES ELLIOTT IDE* 

SEDGWICK, ANDREWS &.- KENNEDY, LAUTERS. LAWYER CORP. COUNSEL, R. E. GR. COM. GRAND COM. Swi 
ME.\!. CONGRESS 1859-1860 AND 1862 N. Y. 1899, DEP. S. N. Y., SUP. COM. 1895, R. E. GR. COM.' 

K. T. S. N. Y., SR. GR. WARDEN GR. LGE. S N. Y. 





IVPMW k TRACV, LAWYERS 



CHARLES 11()LL.\M) 1)1 ELL 

LAWYER 
I. S. COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS 1898-I9OI 



NOTAT.LE MEX OF CENTRAL XEW YORK 



31 





CHARLES L. STONE 

STONE, GANNON & PETIT 
ATTORNEYS- AT-LAVV 



WILLIAM P. GANNON 

STONE, GANNON & PETIT, ATTORN EYS-AT-LA\V. 

PRES. SYRACUSE RAPID TRANSIT RY. CO. 

DIRECTOR VARIOUS CORPORATIONS 



t 





DELOS W. CAMERON 

COUNSEI-OR-AT-LAW. EX-DIS. ATTY. MADISON CO. 

FORMER COl.I.. INT REV. 22D DIST. REFEREE 

IN BANKRUPTCY. CAZENOVIA, N. Y. 



CEVLOX H. LEWIS 

LEWIS & CROWLEY, LAWYERS 
DISTRICT ArrORNEY ONONDAGA CO. 1884-86 



32 



NOTABLK MEN OF CENTRAL NEW Vr^RK 





J(i||\ loKI) KING LoriS LINCOLN WATERS, LL. NL 

KING, WATERS & PACE, l.AUVERS. PRES. N. Y. BRICK & KING, WATERS & PACE, ATTORNEYS- AT- LAW. SECY. i,. 
PAVING CO. TREAS. TLI.I.Y PIPE LINE. PRES. SPLIT ROCK LIGHTING CO. MEMBER OF FACULTi' COLLEGE 01* 

^ \BLE CO. COUNSEL SOLV. PRO. CO. Ar SE.VIET-SOLV. CO. LAW, SYR. UNIV. SECY. SYR. HOMEOP. HOSP. 




LIMIK \l\l 1 |'.\(.|-: 

KlhiC, VNAfKRS «i PACE 
LAWYERS 




iioKAc I, wiiiri: 

LAWYER. ELECTED STATE SENATOR 1895. 
RE-ELECTED 1898 AND I9OO 



NOTABLE MEX OE CENTRAL NEW YORK 



33 




MKHAF.I 



M. K. & G. \V. DRISCOLL, ATTORNEYS- AT-LAW. 
MEMBER 56TH AND 57TH CONGRESSES. 



GEORGE W. DRISCOLL 



M. E. & G. \V. DRISCOLL 
LAWYERS 





JOHN \y. HOCiAN 

HANCOCK, KOGAN & DEVINE 
ATTOR N EYS- AT-LAVV 



JAMES DEVINE 

HANCOCK, HOGAN & DEVINE 
ATTORN EYS- AT- LAW 



XoTAllLE MEX OF CEXTKAL Xi:\\ ^ ( )RK 








FRANCIS lil AMAN CilLL 

LAWYERS 
GILL a. STILVVELL, 



GILKS HI'-AIH SrilAVELL 

GILL & STILWELL, LAWYERS, PRES. DD. OF EDLCA TIOX. 

EX. PRES. BD. OF TRUSTEES SYRACUSE PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

MEMBER OF FACULTY COLLEGE OF LAW SYR. UNIV. 





( HAKI 1 > (, 15 AI.DW IN 

nXLOWIS A MAGEI; 
Arr()R\KYS-\T-I.\W 



WALI'ER WAKRIIN .MACiliE 

BALDWIN- & MACEE 
LAWYERS 



NOTAI'.LE MRX OI' CKXTKAL Xl-.W \()RK 



35 





JABEZ HAROLD NORTON, *i902 

ATTORNEY- AT- LAW 
P. G. M. VV., A. O. U. W. 



HENRI DlQUfiSNfiT DILLAYE, *i885 

LAWTER 
VANN, m'LENNAN" & DII.I.AYE 





JOHN CUR lis FOWLER 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR- AT-LAVV 



HAMILTON BURDICK, *i8i6-i896 

LAWYER 



3<' 



XoTAflLE MEX OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 




(;e()R(;i: w. uey 

HEV A- PARSONS 
COUXSEI.ORS-AT-I.AW I\ PATENT CAUSES 




ARTHTR EDWARD PARSONS 



HEY & PARSONS 
PATENT LAWYERS 




M'guUAN * STOLZ 

lAUVERS 

ASSHTAST DIVrRlcr ArrORNEY 1887-90 




IJI-.NJAMIN smi.Z 

M'GOVVAN & STOI.Z. LAWYERS 
DIR. JEWLSH ORI'llW ASYIlNt ASSN. OF W. N. Y. 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



37 





DANIEL ADDISON PIERCE 

NOTTINGHAM, PIERCE &: EI.I.IOTT 
COUNSELORS- AT-I.A\V 



WILLARD ALANSON GLEN 

LAWYER 





WILLIAM ADELBERT JONES 

ATTORNEY 
TREAS. THE WHITEHEAD & HOAG CO. 



THEODORE LE Ro^ MoRCIAN 

LAWTER AND LIBRARIAN COURT OF APPEALS 



N(.T.\r.LE MEX OF CKXTRAL M-.W YORK 





ll.\K\ I.N HAI.nWIN, *i863 

FIRST MAYOR SYRACUSE, 1848 
LAWYER 



JAV B. Ki.ixt; 

MAYOR OF SY'RACUSE I902-1903. EX-DIST. ATTY. 
ONONDAGA CO. KLINE & HODGE, LAWYERS 




\MI.I.IA\I A lilAC II 

BF. \CH, BARM M gc SPICER, ATTORNKYS 

I'. S. COI.I.ECTOR IVTERSAL REVENUE 2IST DIST. 

N. Y. 1885-90, 1893-96 




JOHN 1. KoHKKlS 

LAWYER AND JOURNALIST 
SUPERVISOR OF CENSUS, I9OO 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL Xi:W ^■()RK 



M) 





LEVI S. CHAPMAN 



JAMES EDWARD NEWELL 



f_[ NEWELL, CHAPMAN & NEWELL, ATTYS.-AT-LAW NEWELL, CHAPMAN & NEWELL, ATTYS.-AT-LAW 

MEM. OF ASSEM. 1895. PRES. SYR. Y.M.C.A. CORPORATION COUNSEL 1897-19OO 




N 



GEORCiE R. COOK 

ATTORN EY- AT- LAW 
SURROGATE OF ONONDAGA CO. 1880 TO 1892 




CHARLES C. COOK 

ATTORNEV-AT-LAW 



4" 



XOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL XKW YORK 




AI.KX.WDKR H. COWIE 

CORPORATION COUNSEL 

HISCOCK, DOIIF.NV, WILLUMS & COWIE, 

ATTORNEYS-AT-I.AW 




BENJAMIN J. SHOVE 

LAWYER 
ASST. CORPORATION COUNSEL. EX-DIST. ATTY. 
I.ECTURFR LAW SCHOOL SYR. UNIV. 





i:i)(..\K I Kl \( li 15K<J\\N 
ArTOR!<EV AND COUNSELOR-AT-tJVW 



KKI.niKK. K DWIl.S W 111 EE, *i9oi 

L\\\ VTR 



NOTABLE xMEX OI- CENTRAL NEW \ORK 



41 





WILLIAM S. FARMER 

\VM. S. & H. H. FARMER, 
COUNSELORS- AT-LA\V 



SAMUEL F. BELKNAP 

ATTORNEY AND COU\SEI.OR-AT-I,A\V 





CHARLES E. COONEY 

COONEY & WHITE 
LAWYERS 



EUGENE M. WHITE 

COONEY & WHITE 
LAWY'ERS 



N'()TA1:L1- Ml-N <>!' CENTRAL N lAV YORK 





John 1 1 inky cdstello 

COSTELl.0, WELCH & COSTEI.I.O, LAWYERS 

CEN. COLN-. HABERLE-CRYSTAL SPRING BREW. CO. 

V.-P. AND COINSEL R. C. m'CI.URE CO. 



WALTER WELCH 

COSTELLO, WELCH & COSTELLO, 
ATTORNEYS 





FR.WK H. HODCJES 

LXWYER 



HENRY l^ISSEL COSIELLO 

COSTELLO, WELCH & COSTELLO, 



X'OTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW Y( )RK 



4.^ 




DONALD FRASER McLENNAN 

M'LENNAN & SARGENT, 
ATTORNEYS AT LAW- 



FRANK C. SARGENT 

m'LENNA.V & SARGENT, 
COUNSEI.ORS-AT-LAVV 





JAMES S. LUDINGTON 

1 I LUDINGTON & KENNELLY, LAWYERS 
SCHOOL COM. 2D DIST. OSWEGO CO. 1 884-87. ALD. 

4rH WARD, SYR. 96-98. SPE. COR. COUNSEL 19OO-I 



ALEXANDER E. OBERLANDER 

LAWYER 



+4 



.\i M.M'.l.l-: MI-.X OF CEXTkAL XI-.W ^'( )RK 




KAY H. sMirn 

THOMSON. WOODS \ SMITH, I.WWKRS 
AjST. CI.KRK OK THE ASSEMBLY 



FRANK L. W'DODS 

THOMSON. WOODS K- SMITH, 
ArrORNEVS-AT-l,AW 



XDTAP.LF. MEX OF CENTRAL XI'W VoRK 



45 





EDGAR NORMAN WILSON 

WILSON", COBB & RYAN 
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELORS- AT-LAW 



DORR RAY.MONI:) COBB 

ATTORN EY-AT-LA\V 





THOMAS HOGAN 

LAUTER 



JOHN \V. SHEA 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR- AT- LAW 



XOTAULE MKX OF CENTRAL XKW YoRK 



^^ 



IRLMAN K. 1 I Ll.ER, *i9oo 

ATTORXEY- AT- LAW- 




CHARLES B. CiCH)DRRH, *i9oo 
ATTOR N EY- AT-LA\V 





DENNIS H. KI.F.I.I-R 

I WVVER 



Will. I AM t.oSMAN TROTTKR ^ 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSE l.OR-AT-l. AW 

(retired) 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



47 





FREDERICK AUGUSTUS KUNTZSCH 

KUNTZSCH & MILLER, ATTORNEYS 
SURVEYOR OF CUSTOMS OF THE PORT OF SYRACUSE 



JOHN FRANCIS NASH 

AYLING, RUCK & NASH, ATTYS.-AT-LA\V 
FIRST SURVEYOR OF CUSTOMS, PORT OF SYRACUSE 





LAMONT STILWELL 
LAWYER 



WILLIS JAMES SFICER 

BEACH, BARNUM & SPICER 
COUNSELORS- AT- LAW 



rAl'.LE MKX OF CENTRAL NEW YoRK 





i 



ERM.SI 



r.DCCOMB 



EDCCOMB & RAFFERTY, 
l-.\«"YERS 



WILLIAM F. RAFFERTY 

EOGCOMB & RAFFERTY 
LAWTERS 




PiilKR B. C(JLi: 

I'SVn. lEWEY Ac eoi.E, 

\rTOR\EY8 




J()il\ IIIOMAS LNRIGHT, A.M. ^ 

•\Tn-AT-I,AU. REC. CO.MI'T. OFFICE, FORMERLY C( 
DEPTS. OF I'HII.. (mental) UMV. OF TOR., MICH- 
AELS COL. ANNEX WEST. UNIV. OF PA. PGH 



XOTAIU.K ^[KX OF CENTRAL XEW Y( )RK 



49 





JAMES A. Mccormick 

M'CORMICK & ENRIGHT 
ATTORNEYS AND COUXSELORS-AT-LAW 



J. DAVIi:) lARKJUT 

M 'cor MICK & ENRIGHT 
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSEI.ORS-AT-I.AW 





GEORGE S. AVERY 

LAWYER 

ASSISTANT CORPORATION COUNSEL 



WILLIAM RUBIN 

ASSISTANT CORPORATION COUNSEL 
COUNSELOR AND ATTORNEY-AT-LAVV 



\(>tai;lf'. men of cextkal xi:w \'()RK 





I.AWKI.NC I. I. JONES 

JONES. YOUNG & CONfVVAY, 
LAWYERS 



FRANK. H. VOINC; 

JONES, YOUNG & CONWAY 
LAWYERS 




JOHN S. (ONW.W 

JOM;s. YOlNt; A- CONWAY, 
LAWTERS 




c;E()R(,i; ii. sears 

LAWYER 
GENERAL PRACTICE 



NOTABLE MKN OF CEX'IRAL X1-:W Y( )\<K 



51 





JOHN W. REYNOLDS 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSF.LOR 
ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY, 1899-1902 



CHARLES FREDERICK WAYTE 

WA\TE, WHITTIC & BOVSTED, 
COUNSELORS AT LAW 





HERBERT L. SNHTH 

LAWYER 
SUPERVISOR SEVENTEENTH WARD 19OO-I903 



FLOYD R. roDD 

LAWYER 
SUPERVISOR TWEI FTH WARD, 1900-1904 



XOTAllLH -MKX ( »F CENTRAL NEW \( Hi 





F.KMSr K. ni MING 

SHOVE, DEMISG A: SCIII. ACHTER, ATTORNEYS- AT- LAW 
ATTORNEY AND DEPUTY CI.ERK BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 



SIMON c;E()Rc;e schlachter 

SHOVE, DEMING & SCHI.ACHTER 
LAWYERS 





l.DUAKI) W. C RK(,(, 
crh;(;, iivvden a- lee 

LAWYERS 



MVRON J. HAVDEN 

CRECG, HAYDEN & LEE 
LAWTERS 



NOTA15LE MEN UF CENTRAL NEW ^■( iRK 



53 





WILLIAM BOSTWICK FULLER, A. B. 

LAWYER 



EDWARD J. SHAXAHAN 

SHANAHAX, COSTELLO & WALTERS 
LAWYERS 





WILLIAM F. HODGE 

KLINE & HODGE 
LAWYERS 



ROBERT EMMET DRAKE 

COUN'SELOR-AT-LAW 
RAILROADS AND CORPORATIONS 



54 



XMTAi'jj.: Mr.x or cextkal xkw vork 




SIDNEY J. KELLV 

KELLV & RILL 
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW 




WILI.ARI) A. RILL 

KELLY & RILL 
ATTOR \ E YS- AT-LAVV 




AKMLNirs B. JONES 

rESSlOV ATTORNEY 




(iKoRCJE BENJAMIN DoLSKN 

ATTORVEY-NT-LAW 



^ 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



55 





EDWIN C. IDE 

M'LENNAN, parsons, IDE & I.AVVTOM 
LAWYERS 



ERNEST W. LAWTUN 

M'LENNAN, parsons, IDE & LAWTON 
LAWYERS 





HARRY H. FARMER 

W. S. & H. H. FARMER 
ATTOR X EYS- AT-LA W 



HAROLD M. VAX BKRCiEN 

LAWYER 



;r, 



XOi M.I.I. MRX OF CENTRAL X1-:\V YORK 




JOHN Vor.Nc; ANDREWS 

I.AUTER 
SPF.CI\[. DEPUTY COUS'Ti' CLERK 





FR.ANK ROBINSON W.XI.KKR 

ATTnRNEV-AT-I.AW 

RIEGEL & WALKER 

ME.MBER OF FACULTY, LAW COLLEGE, SYR. UNIV. 




i 



I \ll KI.Dl III WOonW .\K|) 

C<H vsi lOR-AT-I.AW 
r.KVFRVt \\l) CdRI'OR \T1()S I'RACriCK 



III NRX KlHiKNi: Mll.I.KR 

LAWYER 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW \( )RK 



:>/ 




CLARENCE ASHTt)X WOOD 

LAWYER 

PRIVATE SECRETARY TO JUDGE IRVING G. VANN, 

COURT OF APPEALS 




JOHN LOWELL STAN DART 

LAWTER, AUTHOR 



« 





ARTHIR BEEBE 

ATTORN'EV-AT-LAW 



FRANK L. M()Rc;A\ 

ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN- 
COURT OF APPEALS LIBRARY 



5'^ 



XOTAIUJ-: .Mi:X OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





WIIIIAM FREDERIC CANOUGH 

AridKVKV WD COLNSEI.OR-\T-I.A\V 



GEORGE G. MUNGER 

LAWYER, GENERAL PRACTICE 





MItMAI.l. MrDoNAI.l) MARA 

VTTORNEV AND COLNSEL0R-AT-LA\V 



(■IIAK!,i;s i:i)\\l\ SI'IACI.R 

LAUVER 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



59 





JOHN HENRY McCRAHON 

LAWYER 



CHARLES R. MILIORI) 
attorn ey-at-law 
skaneatei.es, N. Y. 





STEPHEN BASTABLE 
attorney and counsei,or-at-lavv 



FRANK J. FAKKlNc;rt)N, JR. 

attorn BY- AT-LA\V 



<X) 



XOTADLE .MI-:X OF CICXTKAL \i:\\' YORK 





1 nWAKl) D.WISON CHAPMAN 

ATTOa\F.Y-.\T-I.A\V 



CIIAKLI.S S. KKNT 

I.AUVER 




I l)\\ ARI) V. SIMLA 

ArrnRNFV and CfdNSEI.OR-AT-I.AW 




SAMlliL 1). SoLoMoX 

LAWYER 

I'RES. SYRACUSE CABINET CO. 

SEC'y masonic board of RELIEF, ETC. 



XOTAr.LE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW VoRK 



6[ 





FRANK J. CUILFUVLE 

LAWYER 



GE0R(;E K. COLLIN'S 

ATTORN"EV-AT-I,.\\V 





EDWARD iNL BYRNE 

AT TOR N EV-AT-LAVV 



ROBERT E. G1L.\L\N 

GESERAI, INSURANCE 



62 



X(vr\iuj-: Mi:.\ of cIixtral xp:w york 





L. EARL HIGBEE 

LAUTER 



JAMES ARTHUR WARNER 

LAWYER 




MAI Kl( I. A. IMIELPS 

XridRMV 




WALTER WlLHERl" WESTALI. 



AnORMiY-AT-I.AW 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



^•5 





CHARLES HISCOCK 

SUPT. ONONDAGA SALT SPRINGS. FARMER 
CHAIRMAN BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, 1896-1901 



ANDREW J. PEEK 

RETIRED 





ANDREW BOYD 

"the DIRECTORY KING" 
OLDEST DIRECTORY PUBLISHER IN U. S. DIRECT- 
ORIES OF 175 DIFFERENT CITIES AND STATES 



WILLIAM EDWIN BOYD 

DIRECTORY PUBLISHER 



'•4 



.\.ii.\i;LR Mi:X OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





CHAKl.KS 1'. Cl.AKK 

MAYOR OF SYRACUSE, 1869-187O 
PRESIDENT SYRACUSE SAVINGS BANK 



EDWARD H. jrDSOX *i902 

PRESIDENT FIRST NATIONAL BANK 





I DWAKD s DAWSON IIIO.MAS J. I.KACH 

I'RF.SIDKNT ONONDACa COUNTV' SAVINGS BANK BANKER 5I YEARS. CASHIER 40 YEARS. PRES. 2 YEARS 
K. R-PRF.S. N. Y. STATE SAVINGS BANKS ASS'N. SALT SPRINGS NAT. BK. TRUSTEE ONON. HIST. SOC. 

TRUSTEE SALT SPRINGS SOLAR COARSE SALT CO. 



NOTABLE .MEX OF CENTRAL NIAV Y( )Rls 



6^ 




WILLIAM H. STANSFIELD 

PRES. SALT SPRINGS NAT. BANK AND 
CLINTON KNITTING CO., MFRS. OF UNDERWEAR 




HIRA.M 



PLUMB 



PRESIDENT MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK 
TREAS. OF VARIOUS CORPORATIONS 





ALBERT K. HISCUCK 

PRESIDENT STATE BANK OF SVRACUSF 
VICE-PRES. TRUST AND DEPOSIT CO. OF r 



BENJAMIN FR.^NKLIN PETHERAM 

PRESIDENT NATIONAL BANK OF SKANE.ATELES 
PRESIDENT VILLAGE OF SKANE.ATELES 



66 



XOTAl'.Li-: MEX 01-" CENTRAL NEW Vt)UK 




HENRY L. DUC;UID, *i832-i888 

SADDLERY HARDWARE. PRES. SYRACUSE SAVINGS 

BK. 1883-88. U. S. INT. REV. COL. 23D DIST. 

N. Y. 1869-73. MEM. ASSEM. 1879-81 




GEORGE B.\RNES 



PRES. WHITMAN & BARNES MFG. CO., STATE BANK 
OF SYRACUSE, AND TRUST & DEPOSIT CO. 




I- 



EDWARD V DAWSON <^EN. DANIEL P. WOOD, •1891 j 

I'RF.SIDENT ONONDAGA COL N TY SAVINGS BANK BANKER 5 F^- BANKER. STATE SENATOR 1872-1876. , . j 

\ICE-I'RKS. N. Y. STATE SAVINGS BANKS ASS'.V. SAI.T SI'RINl,ND DIRECTOR VARIOUS CORPORATIONS. fS 

TRUSTEE Sxf??'^''- f>^'"^'- CO. SAVINGS BANK 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



(^7 





FRKDERICK WILLIAM BARKER 

SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT FIRST NATIONAL BANK 



EDWARD STRONG TEFFT 

CASHIER OF FIRST NATIONAL BANK 
TREASURER AND DIRECTOR OF CITIZENS* CLUB 





ALFRED F. LEWIS 

SECRETARY AND TREASURER 
SYRACUSE SAVINGS BANK 



BENJAMIN FRANKLIN PETHERAM 

PRESIDENT NATIONAL BANK OF SKANEATELES 
PRESIDENT VILLAGE OF SKANEATELES 



68 



.^^n.\\^.U•. MMX OF CENTRAL XKW YORK 








will l.\M A. WVNKOOP 

CASHIER SALT SPRINGS NATIONAL BANK 
PRES. AND TREAS. WOERNER PRESERVING CO. 



LEONARD H. GROESBECK 

CASHIER THIRD NATIONAL BANK 





( IIAKI I s \ |'.K1|)C,\IA\ 
CASHIER MIRCHANIs' NATIONAL HANK 



(,I.()Kc;K Al-HKRI" wool) 

CASHIER STATE BANK OF SYRACUSE 
PRES. OF SYRACUSE GAS CO. 



XOTAIILE AI1-:X OF CENTRAL NEW Y( )RK 



69 




JAMES MADISDN ELLIS, *i8io-i90o 

BANKER, MERCHANT, AGRICULTURIST 




JONATHAN C. CHASE (Retired) 

ACT. FOR THE C. T. I.ONGSTREET ESTATE. TELLER 

mechanics' B^NK 1865-1879. CASHIER 

STATE BANK OF SYRACUSE 18S1-96 





GEORGE B. LEONARD 
(Retired) 

FORMERLY IN BANKING BUSINESS 



THOMAS MOLLOV,*i899 

BANKER. SALT .MANUFACTURER 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





JOHN CROUSE, *i8o2-i889 

MERCHANT, BANKER. VICE-PRES. AND DIR. FIRST NAT. 

BK. FRONI ORGANIZATION. PRESENTED SYR. UNIV. 

WITH LIBERA). ARTS BI.DG. ( CROUSE COLLEGE) 



JOHN JACOB CROUSE, *i834-i886 

MAYOR OF SYRACUSE 1876. MERCHANT, BANKER. 

PRES. TRUST AND DEPOSIT CO. AND STATE BK. 

OFSYR.VCUSE. ALDERMAN 1864-1865. 




J.\((»U ( KorSK, •1900 

RETIRED MERCHANT, 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK FOR MANY YEARS 




NAIll.W M rcil c;RAVES, *i896 

MAYOR OF SYRACUSE 1874. PRES. NEW YORK ST. BAI 
ING CO. VICE-PRES. SYRACUSE SAV. BK. ALSO 
PRES. OF BURNET H\NK AND FOURTH NAT. BK. 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



71 





DAVID Ml'NRO, *i866 DAVID ALLKX MINRO, *i897 

PIONEER FARMER, ONE OF THE ORGANIZERS BK. OF FARMER. VICE-PRES. AND DIRECTOR SALT SPRINGS 
SALINA (salt springs). MEM. OF LEGIS. 1818-I9, 
22-36, 41-42. JUDGE COM. P. CT. CAMlLLUS, N. Y. 



NAT. BANK. ONE OF BOARD OF MGRS. COLGATE 
UNIV. SUPERVISOR, CAMlLLUS, N. Y. 





S)|i 



PATRICK LYNCH, *i824-i899 

MERCHANT. IRON MANUFACTURER. SALT MAN- 
UFACTURER. PRES. SYR. CITY BANK, 1851-67 



JOHN WILKINSON, *i798— 1862 

LAWYER, BANKER, FIRST POSTMASTER OF SYR. 

l820-24,AND 1836-40. PRES. SYR. & UTICA 

R. R. ME.M. ASSEMBLY 1834-35 



XOTAl'.LE MKX OF CEXTkAL Xl-W YORK 





GE0R(;E MORTIMER BARNES 

BANKER AND M ANl FACTl RER. VICE-PRES. COM. 

BANK. VICE-PRES. AND TREAS. STEARNS 

STEA.M CARRIAGE CO.VIPANY 



CiEC)RC;E EAMES DANA 

PRES. THE WHIT.MAN & BARNES MFG. CO. 

TRUSTEE SOI.VAY PROCESS CO. 

DIRECTOR STATE BANK AND TRUST & DEPOSIT CO. 





I I)\\ \KI) TAKI. M i:.\KNS HERIil-.Kr I.. MASI.IN 

M\\ll\CTlRER E. C. STEARNS A: CO. KARDWARl- MI RS. PRES. 

E. C. SIEXRNS A C(l. M\Rim\RK MFRS. PRES. STEARNS STEARNS BICYCLE AGENCY, WHOLESALE BI- 

yPEAM C\RRI\GE CO. AND STEARNS AUTO.MOBII.E CO. CYCLES, SEC. STEARNS STEAM CARRIAGE CO. 



; 



XOTAliLE MEX OF CEXTKAL XICW ^'()kK 



11 





CHARLES KINGSLEY UNDERWOOD 

DIRECTOR THIRD NATIONAL BANK 

TRUSTEE OF GREENWAY BREWING CO. 

SEC'y. AND MGR. LAKE SHORE MALTING CO. 



EDWARD A. POWELL 

FIRST PRES. CH. of COM. FIRST PRES. BU. OF LAB. CHAR. 

VICE-PRES. SMITHS & POWELL CO. PRES. POWELL OIL 

& PAINT CO. TRUSTEE ONON. CO. SAVINGS BANK 




ALFRED ADOLPHUS HOWLETT 

MFR. GRAIN, MILLING, ETC. GOV'T. CONTRACTOR. 
PRES. SALT SPRINGS NAT. BANK (1858-1896.) 
TRUS. SYR. SAV. BK. TRUS. SYR. UNIV. 




J. FRANK DL RSTON 

PRESIDENT LEFEVER ARMS CO. TRUSTEE SYRACUSE 
SAVINGS BANK. DIR. NAT. BANK OF SYR. 



74 



NoTAl'.LI-: Mi:X OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





LIKK J()Si:i'H MINAHAN 

MCR. STOPPAM & HOTCMKIN, BANKERS AND BRO- 
KERS, AND MGRS. YATES HOTEL 



AUSTIN RAV DICKINSON 

STOCK BROKER 





IKANK K. t,. MoVKR 

MOVER A JONES, 
STOCK BROKERS 



WINFIELD S. JONES 

MOVER k TONES, 
STOCK BROKERS 



XOTAl'.LE AlEX OF CKXTRAL XICW YORK 





C. WORRELL STRYKER 

STOCK BROKER 



VAX \. MORGAN 

MANAGER W . E. WOODEND AND CO. 
MEMBER CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE 





F. SEWARD HIRI) 

STOCK BROKER 



PETERSON E. JONES 

COMMISSION BROKER IN STOCKS, BONDS AND 
INVESTMENTS 



70 



XOTAr.LE MF-X OF CEXTKAF XFW YORK 





ANDKKW 1). WHITE 

HISTORIAN. U. S. AMBASSADOR TO GERMANY. 

AM. REP. HAGUE TRIBUNAL. FIRST PRES. 

CORNELL UNIVERSITY, ITHACA, N. Y. 



HAMILTON S. \\'HITE, *i899 

PRES. BOARD OF I'lRE COMMISSIONERS 1878-1S 





-. 



HORAC I WHIM, -iSo-iSf,,, 

BANKER. DIRECTOR N. Y. C. A, II. R. R. R. 
S\IT M Wri ACTIRER 



HAMU.ION W 1111 I., -1807-1865 

CASHIER ONONDAGA CO. BANK 1839-1854 
DIRECTOR N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R. 



NOTAP.LE .AlEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



// 





THOMAS GOLD ALVORD, *i897 

EX-I.IKUTENANT-GOVERNOR NEW YORK STATE 
SALT MANUFACTURER 



WILLIAM RIRKJ'A'IRK'K, *i9oo 

PHILANTHROPIST, 
PRESIDENT ONONDAGA HISTORICAL SOCIETY 





HENRY AUGUSTUS DILLAYE, *i8i3-i883 N'OADIAH MOODY CHILDS, *i8o6-i896 

RETIRED MERCHANT, OWNED AND IMPROVED CIVIL ENGINEER 1828. SALT MFR. 1841. 



BUSINESS PROPERTY 



PRES. BOARD OF EDUCATION 1 85 5 



-s 



XOTAHLE Mi:X < )I- ("KXTR \1. \i:\V V( fRN 




WII.I.IAM KlRKl'A IKIC K, M.I). *i769-i83- 

SUPT. S.M.T SPRINGS 1805-1827 
MFMHFR OF TFVTH CONGRESS. 1808-1809 




\MI I lAM J. IIOI (,11. '1795-1869 

r.r.s. s. V. Y. Mii.irn. mkm. ASSKMni.v 1835-36. 

REP. I\ CONG. 2 3D DISTRICT N. V. 1 845-49. 
REG. SMITHSONIAN. INST. V.-P. SVR. CITY UK. 




COMFORT IMKR, *i764-i827 

COLONEL .AMERICAN ARMY l8l2. FIRST SALT 

MANUFACTURER IN SYRACUSE. EARLY 

ADVOCATE OF STATE CANAL 




' 



I'.\Rl,l:^ iiow i,i. 1 1, '^1784-1861 

l>l()\i:r.R, \GRICULTUR1ST 
SALT M WlFACriRER 



xoTAi'.Li-: Mi'.x oi' ii-:.\" TRAi. .\i-:w ^■()Kl\ 



7'J 



t 





CORNELU'S T. LUNCJSTREET, *i8i4-i88i 

MERCHANT. DIRECTOR FIRST NAT. BANK OF 

SYRACUSE AND MECHANICS' RANK 

OF SYRACUSE 



ELIAS W. LEAVE\\V()RrH,*i8o3-i887 

MAYOR OF SYRACUSE 1849. SECRETARY OF STATE 

1853. MEMBER OF LEGISLATURE 1850 AND 

1856. PRES. SYRACUSE SAVINGS BANK 





LEWIS H. REDFIELD, *i7:;3-i882 

JOURNALIST. EDITOR ONONDAGA REGISTER 1814- 
1829, ONONDAGA REGISTER AND SYRA- 
CUSE GAZETTE 1832 



GEURtiE RAVNOR, ^1878 

REAL ESTATE AND CAPITALIST 
ASSEMBLYMAN 1873 



So 



XOTAllLl-: .Mi:X < '1- CKXTkAL Xi:W \( )KK 





riluMAS BROCKWAY FITCH, *i8io-i879 

UWKKR. MERCHANT. MANUFACTURER 



BURR BURTON, *i8o4-i865 

SALT MANUFACTURER 
DIRECTOR FIRST NATIONAL BANK 





All I \ MlNKoi:, •1819-1884 IIIKWI I'l rXAM, •1874 

FIRST PRFS. ()N(IN. CO. 8AV. RK. STATE SENATOR l86o- BANKER. TRUSTEE OF VILLAGE OF SYRACUSE 
1861. TRUSTEE AND TREAS. ASYLU.M FEEBLE 1832 AND 1841. ASSESSOR 1834-36 

MINDED CHILD. MEM. ASSEM. 1876. 



NOTAI'.LR MEN OF CENTRAL \i:W \()RK 



8i 



o 





JASON C. WOODRUFF, *i8oo-i878 OLIVER R. STRONG, *i78i-i872 

MAYOR OF SYRACUSE 1852. COUNTY TREAS. 1809-3O. ONE OF THE FOUNDERS AND 

BANK MANAGER U. S. BANKING SYSTEM 1831-37 PRES. ONON. CO. SAV. BK. MEM. ASSEM. 1834. AP- 
POINTED ASSOC. JUDGE COM. PLEAS. COURT 1838 





ROBERT GERE, *i-j^e-i%-jy 

IRON FOUNDER. SUPT. ONONDAGA SALT SPRINGS 

1848-51. CANAL CONTRACTOR. PRES. 

GEDDES COARSE SALT CO. 



JOSEPH SLOCT'M, *i795-i863 

OWNER OF FIRST TRANSPORTATION LINE OF BOATS 
ON ERIE CANAL. MEM. ASSEM. 1846, ETC. 



Xi/rAi'.ij; .Mi-:x ni- ci-intkal m:w ^okk 




WILLIAM H. ALEXANDER, *i863 

nONF.F.R IN FOl NDRV BL'SINF-SS. TRUSTEE OF 

VILLAGE 1837. ONE OF THE FIRST MEM. 

BOARD OF ALDERMEN OF CITY 



WILLIAM H. ALEXANDER, ♦iSSi 

BRADLEY &• ALEXANDER FOUNDRY 





<>I,I\ IK 11 \I I., '17SS-1854 

CAPTAIN W \R OF l8l2. C\NAI. CONT.. .CTOX. 
IRON M WUFACTURER 



AMOS I'. (.K\N(.I.K, *i7S9-i866 

RAISED AND COMMANDED REGIMENT l8l2. GEN. 
OF STATE MILITIA. MEM. CONG. 1854-58 



NOTAr.LK AlEX Ol- CI-:X'rKAL XIAX' \()\<\s 



^.^ 





WILLIAM W. TEALL, *i899 

LAWYER. POSTMASTER OF SYRACUSE 1845-1849. 
CHIEF CO.VIMISSARY ARMY OF THE POTO- 
MAC. CIV. WAR. TREAS SANDERSON STEEI. CO. 



ELIZl'R CLARK, *i8o7-i896 

LUMBER MERCHANT. SALT MANUF.ACTURER 





WILLIAM BROWN SMITH, *i5 

PRES. SMITHS &• POWELL CO. NURSERY.MEN 

FIRST VICE-PRES. SYRACUSE SAVINGS BANK 

PRESIDENT OAKWOOD CEMETERY ASS'N. 



WILLIAM BARNES, *i8o7-i898 

SALT .MANUFACTURER AND FLOUR DEALER 



•^4 



X()TA1'.LE MEX ol- C1-:XTRAL XKW YORK 





JOHNSON HALL, *i794-i870 

HARDWARE MERCHANT. MEM. ASSEMBLY 1829- 

1830. SHERIFF ON. CO. 1831. DIRECTOR 

BK. OF SAI.INA AND SYR. SAV. BANK 



GEORGE STEVENS, *i8o8-i878 

LAST PRESIDENT VILLAGE OF SYR.\CUSE. MEMBER 
ASSEMBLY 185O-1851. POLICE JUSTICE 3 YRS. 



i 





lloK.\( I W III AION, 'iJ 

MAYOR OK SYRACUSE 185I 
.MEM. ASSEMBLY 1 834 



ABNEK t II.M'MAX, •1798-1873 

MEM. LEGISLATURE l86o-l86l. ELECTED JUSTICE 
OF PEACE 1828 VARIOUS TER.MS FOR 30 YEARS 



'' 



NOTA15LE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



85 





RUFUS STANTON, *i788-i874 

AGRICULTURIST. SALT MANUFACTURER 



WILLIAM A. COOK, *i793-i848 

DEP. SHERIFF 1817-1832. BRIGADE INSPECTOR 
STATE MILITIA I9 YEARS. POLICE JUSTICE 
1846-1848. DEPT. SUPT. SYR. SALT SPRINGS 





EZRA DOWNER, *i8i6-i896 

GENERAL TICKET AGENT MICHIGAN SOUTHERN & 

NORTHERN INDIANA R. R. (m. S. & L. S. R. R.) 

CANAL COLLECTOR, 1875-1876 



WILLIAM L. ROSE 

PRINTER 



8<' 



X()'r.\i;i.i". .\ii-:x oi- cI':xtral xi-:w ^"('RK 





(JILES EVKRSON, *i903 

HARDWARE MERCHANT AND REAL ESTATE 

RLII.DER OF EVERSON BLII.DING 

DIRECTOR IN SALT SPRINGS AND THIRD NAT. BK. 



ERASTUS F. HOLDEN, *i899 

HOLDEN & SONS, COAI. 
TRUSTEE OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 




Wll I 1 \\1 II II ^\ll III, •1S14-IVOI 
W MO| |.,\|,|; (jRoctR (UTICA), COI.I.KCTOR AU- 
IllRN \ SYRXCUSE R. R. ORGANIZED SEV- 
ER \l, ST. R\II ROADS IN SYR \CUSE 




BRUGES. Al.nKK II, *i896 

WHOLESALE CIGAR .MANUFACTURER 
I.U.MBER AND REAL ESTATE 



XUTAliLE MEX UF CEXTkA!. Xl-:\\' \'()RK S>j 





JAMES JEROME BELDEN CHARLES M WAKXKK 

MAYOR OF SYRACUSE 1877-78. MEM. OF CONGRESS DIRECTOR COM.MERCIAl, AND THIRD NAT. BANKS. 
FOUR TERMS. CAPITALIST PRES. ASPHALT CO. PRES. NEW YORK 

CITY MILLING CO. 





WILLIAM K. NIVER 

PRES. \V. K. NIVER COAL CO. PRES. INTERNATIONAL 

CONTRACTING CO. PRES. AND DIRECTOR 

VARIOUS CORPORATIONS 



JACOB AMOS 

.MERCHANT MILLER 
MAYOR OF SYRACUSE 1892-1893 



88 



XOTAT'.LK MKX OV CENTRAL XFAV YORK 





CHARLES HUGHES, *i898 

HUGHES BROS. & BANGS, CONTRACTORS 



JAMES KENNEDY McGUIRE 

MAYOR OF SYRACUSE 1895-1902. MFR. MACHIN- 
ERY. M'GUIRE & CO., GENL. INS. BARBER 
ASPHALT PAV. CO. AMER. ZINC CO. 





John DINIEE 

MUNICIPAL AND RAILROAD CO.N'TRACrOR 

PRESIDENT VARIOUS CORPORATIONS 



JOHN JAMIS (. IMVUNS 

VICE-PRES. AND TREAS. SYRACUSE LIGHTING CO. 

TREAS. SYRACUSE GAS CO. SEC. AND TREAS. 

EMPIRE STATE METILE CONSTRUC. CO. 



NOTABLE MEN Ul" CENTRAL NEW YORK 



89 





WILLIAM BROWNE COGSWELL 

VICE-PRES. SOLVAY PROCESS COMPANY 
PRES. TULLY PIPE LINE COMPANY 



FREDERICK ROWLAND HAZARD 

PRES. THE SOLVAY PROCESS COMPANY 
TREAS. TULLY PIPE LINE COMPANY 





OSGOOD V. TRACY 

0. V. TRACY & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS 
TREAS. OF THE SOLVAY PROCESS CO. 



EDWARD N. TRUMP 

MGR. AND CHIEF ENGINEER SOLV. PROC. 
PRES. DIRECT SEPARATOR CO.MPANY 



90 



XOTAl'.LI-: MI-.X (U- ri':.\TRAL .\i:\V ^"()RK 




Wll.l.IAM in rroN Bl.ArVELT 

GENERAL MANAGER 
SEMET-SOLVAY COMPANY 




WILLIAM SMIIH 



ASST. GENI.. MANAGER 
THE SOLVAY' PROCESS COMPANY 





|(>II\ 1) i\\ \l K I'l WoCK 

CHIEF CHEMIST 
SOI.VW PROCESS COMPANY 



R()^AL K. FOX 

PAYMASTER OF THE SOIAAY PROCESS CO. 
HREVETTFD 1ST l.IEUT VOLS., 24TH N. Y. VOL. INF., 

241 11 V. Y. VOL. C \V\LRV 



XOTAr.LK -MEN (JF CiiXTRAL \1£W VoRK 



91 




ALBERT RUFUS GILLIS, M. E. 

MASTER MECHANIC 
THE SOI.VAY PROCESS COMPANY 




GEORCJE CiRISW'OLD COTTON 

ASST. MASTER MECHANIC THE SOI.VAY PROCESS CO. 

EX-COUNTY CI.ERK 

DIRECTOR SYRACUSE & SUBURBAN R. R. 





GEORGE \V. CORY 

ASSISTANT TREASURER 
THE SOLVAY PROCESS COMPANY 



HENRY R. COOPER 

MANAGER CAUSTIC SODA DEPT. 
THE SOLVAY PROCESS COMPANY 






9-' 



xoTAi'.Li-: -Mi:.\ *'!•■ n-:xTKAL xi:\v vork 





FRi:i)r.RlCK MAC'V POWER 

MANUFACTURER 
CENL. SUPT. SOLVAY PROCESS CO. 



HIRAM iwn.niNc; bi:i.i.in"c;er 

MANAGER BICARBONATE DEPT. 
THE SOI.VAY PROCESS COMPANY 





(;I.()R(,1 



SI II Airi.K 



A9ST. CENL. SUPT. THE SOI.VAY PROCESS CO. 
PREs. SCHOOL BD. SOLVAY. THUS. VILLAGE SOLVAY 



cii:()Rc;i: mwhui.i) iomia 

ASST. ENGINEER SOIAAV PROCESS CO. 



NOTABLE MEN ( )E CEXTKAL XICW M )]<\s 



93 





JAMES FRANKLIN McNEIL 

CARTING AND HEAW HAULING 



ABRAM TrRNlRE BALDWIN 

ASST. MANAGER SODA ASH DEPT. 
SOI.VAY PROCESS COMPANY 





georctE cjross fryer 

MECHANICAL ENGINEER 
ASST. ENGINEER THE SOLVAY PROCESS CO. 



GEORGE S. ROOD 

BOOKKEEPER 
THE SOLV.\Y PROCESS CO.MPANY 



94 



\( )T.\I'.LI-: MI-.X OV (TA'TR \L XT-.W YORK 




loNAI'IlAN 



W VNKOOP 




SEC. WD TREAS. SALT SPRINGS SOLAR COARSE 
SALT CO. 



WAKEMAN c;. SPRACiUE 

(retired) 





KBKNKZI R M. liKoWN' 

MAN \GKR 
STXNDXKD OIL COMPANY OK NEW YORK 



STEFiii \ K. ii.rri-: 

\SSISTANT .MANAGER 
STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF NEW YORK 



NorAI'-LIC AIEX OF CENTRAL NI'AN' \()KK 



95 




SELY C. HAYDEN (Retired) 

FURNITURE MFR. (WHOLESALE & RETAIL) ABOUT 
40 YEARS. TRUSTEE ONON. CO. ORPHAN ASY- 
LUM. COUNSELOR OLD LADIES' HOME. 



CHARLES J. JOHNSON 
(Retired) 

WHOLESALE CROCKERY ABOUT 40 YEARS 





ALFRED HIGCJINS 

AGENT AMERICAN EXPRESS CO. SINCE 1857 



BLNJ.VNHN LrCIFS HKJGINS, *i893 

CHIEF OF FIRE DEPT. 1854-1862 
COLONEL IN THE CIVIL WAR 



f/) 



:\< •lAl'.l.l-: MI'.X <'F CENTRAL Xl-.W" \n\<K 





WII.IIS B. lURNS 

syraclse mam.eabl.e iron' works. director 

merchants' national bank, mayor 

of city of syraclse 1886-87 



PETER BURNS, *i896 

-MANUFACTURER SADDLERY HARDWARE 
DIRECTOR merchants' NAT. BANK THIRTY YEARS 




John i.i)^(»\ s\\i:r.r 

INVENTOR. f'RKS. STRAIGHT LINE ENGINE CO. 
EX-I'RES. A. S. M. E. AND E. B. A. OF V. S. 




AisriN 



CHASE 



I'RES. SYRACUSE CHILLED FLOW CO. VICE-PRES. 

SYRACUSE SAVINGS BANK. POSTMASTER 

OF SYRACUSE 1875-1884 



t 



XoTAliLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW V( )RK 



97 





GEORCiE TIMMIXS 

GENERAI. MANAGER SYRACUSE TUBE WORKS 
EX-PRES. SYRACUSE ARMS CO. 



WALTER SNUNNDEN SMIIH 

MANUFACTURER 





FREDERICK BARILETT SCOTT 

PRES. AND TREAS. SYR. SUPPLY CO., LTD. V.-P. 

SYR. ARMS CO., COLONIAL CONSTRUCTION CO. 

PRES. AND TREAS. STAR LAKE LAND CO. 



FALL T. BRADY 

MANAGER WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC AND MFG. CO. 



.>s 



X( )'rAi;Li-: .mi-:x oi- ckxikal xi:\\" xokk 





HRISroPHER COHMBIS BRADLEY *i8oo-72 CHRISTOPHER C. BRADLEY 

FOl VDER OF BRADl.EV & ALEXANDER FOUNDRY (THE PRESIDENT THE C. C. BRADI.EV COMPANY 

BRADLEY CO.). COUNTY TREASURER 1852-53 PRESIDENT C. C. BRADLEY & SON 




( IIKI> I ( (I'lll R ( ( )LIMHrs UKADl.l ,^ . Jk. 

MC. \ND TRE\S. C. C. BRADLEY A: SON. 

VICE-PRES. AND TREAS. THE BRADLEY COMPANY 

MKRS. OK C\RRI\r,E H \RDU \RK AND MXCIHNERY 




CAL\I\ SLKl'llIN 



WELL 



SECRETARY THE BRADLEY COMPANY 
.MACHINERY .MANUFACTURERS 



I 



NOTAr.Ll-: MEX OF CENTRAL XI-:\\' \()\<K 



99 





SYLVESTER P. PIERt'E, *i893 

MANUFACTURER AND MERCHANT 
PRES. PIERCE, BUTLER & PIERCE MFG. CO. 



WILLIAM KASSC^N PIERCE 

MKR. AND MER. PRES. PIERCE, BUTLER & PIERCE 

MFG. CO. PRES. CHAMPION SANITARY 

ENAMEL WARE CO. 





THOMAS WHEATLEY 

VICE-PRESIDENT AND TREASURER 
PIERCE, BUTLER & PIE?XE .MFG. CO. 



EDWARD JOY 

STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING AND PLIMBING 
DIR. SYRACUSE SAV. BANK AND COM. BANK 



loo 



\( )T\i;i.i 



MI-.X OF CENTRAL .\1-:W YORK 





ROBERT Cl'RRIE McCLlRE 

PRES. WD TREAS. OF THE R. C. M'CI.LRE CO. OF 
SYRACUSE, S. Y., WHOLESALE PLUMB- 
ERS* AND ENGINEERS' SUPPLIES 



JOHN McCLURE CHASE 

SEC. AND MGR. OF THE R. C. .Nl'CLURE CO. OF 

SYRACUSE, N. Y., WHOLES \LE PLUMDERS' 

AND ENGINEERS' SUPPLIES 





S.AMI I I. ( 



AND SI PT. M \NUK\CTURERS 
SPRINKLER COMPANY 



HIM IK 

AUTOM \T1C 



C H.XKI.I.S H. Wool) 

TREAS. THE C. H. WOOD COMl'WV, MXCHINERY 



XOTAIILE ,MEX OF CEXTKAI. .\|{W \'()RIv 



lOI 





JOHN DEY 

INVENTOR OF DEV TIME REGISTER AND MANAGER 
OF DEY TIME REGISTER COMPANY 



ALEXANDER T. BROWN 



MECHANLC^L ENGINEER 

H. H. FRANKLIN MFG. 

MIER TYPEWRITER. 



AND MANUFACTURER. PRES. 
CO. PATENTEE SMITH PRE- 
PRES. C. H. WOOD CO. 





ANSON NEWTON PALMER 

PRES. SYRACUSE TIME RECORDER CO., TREAS. AM. 
shippers' oil CO. AND TRUSTEE OF 
ONONDAGA COUNTY SAVINGS BANK 



JAMES WILLLAM PENNOCK (Retired) 

MERCHANT. REAL ESTATE. MEMBER HIGH 

SCHOOL COMMISSION. MEMBER 

CHA.MBER OF COM.VIERCE 



lO. 



X()Tai;li-: -Mi:x oi- ckxtk al .\i:\\' vork 





RICHARD \V. JONES 

PRES. FRAZER & JONES CO. MFRS. SADDLERY HDW . 

TRUSTEE SYRACUSE SAVINGS BANK. 

PRES. citizens' club 



EDWIN DAMON DICKINSON 

Dir.ECTOR SYRACUSE SAVINGS BANK. VICE-PRES. 

citizens' club. MGR. THE MANATAUCK 

HOTEL, ST. LAWRENCE RIVER 





Ci.L. rm.olx )KI. \I. KAKIil K 

CEVL. SUl'T. IRXZIR A JONES COMI'ANV 



Will. 1AM .\. s\\i:i:r 

I'RKSIDI VI sweet's STEEL COMI'WV 



NOTAr.LE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



lo: 





HIRAM R0C;ER OLMSTED, *i903 

H. R. OLMSTED & SON", WHOLESALE SADDLERY 

MEMBER BOARD OF EDUCATION 1876 TO 1883 

PRESIDENT BOARD OF EDUCATION, 1882 



LOYAL CLARK TAKER, *i89 

INVENTOR AND MANUFACTURER 





ALONZO CHESTER YATES, *i88o 

MANUFACTURER AND MERCHANT 



ALEXANDER GRANT, "igoo 

HARDWARE MERCHANT 



i()4 



M »l.\i;Ll-: MTA' OF CENTRAL Xl'.W V( )RK 





ll.\R\ i;V AI.I.EN MUVKR 

CARRIAGE MFR. PRES. SYRACUSE & LIVERPOOL 

PLAVK ROAD CO. TRLSTEE SYRACUSE SAVINGS 

BASK. TRUSTEE WOODIAWV CEMETERY 



J. SHAW LEC}CiETT 

PRESIDENT J. S. LEGGETT MANUFACTURING CO. 





MKNRV M. KoWl.INc; l.( )riS 1. 11 1 IKWAClI Il-R 

MKR. AND JOnilER OK MEV'S FURNISHING GOODS MFR. AM) lOBItFR WOODEN AND Wll I.OW WARE <l 

TRUSTEE OF ONONDAGA CO. SAVINGS BANK 



NOTABLE MEN OF CEX'lRAl. Xl-:\\ YoKK 



105 





WILLIAM H. H. NEAL 

NEAI, & HYDE 
UHOI.KSAI.E DRV GOODS MERCHANTS 



SALEM HYDE 

XEAI, &- HYDE 
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS MERCHANTS 





WILBER S. PECK JOHN MARSELLUS 

MANUFACTURING AND WHOLESALE CLOTHIER PRES. JOHN MARSELLUS MFG. CO. EX-PRES. CHAMBER 

PRES. CENTRAL NEW YORK S. P. C. A. OF COM. VICE-PRES. AND DIR. MORNINGSIDE CE.METERY. 

DIRECTOR THE NAT. BANK OF SYRACUSE TRUSTEE AND TREAS. HOSP. OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD. 



lOC) 



XOTAT.Ll-: Mi:.\ OF CKXTKAI. Xl-:\\ VoRK 





FRANCIS EUC^ENE BACON CLARENCE ElOENE WOLCC) TT 

BACON, CH APPEI.I, & CO., DRV GOOOS MERCHANTS. WOLCOTT'S BOOKSHOP. PRES. AMERICAN BOOKSELLERS* 
PRESIDENT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. ASSN. TREAS. SYR. CHAMBER OK COMMERCE. 

PRES. ASSOCIATED CHARITIES SEC. SYRACUSE MUSIC FESTIVAL ASSN. 





JoIIX W. IKoNIX 

CARRIAGES AND BAGGAGE 
CONTRACTING AND LOANS 



CIIAKI.l'.S WI'.l.I.S Wool) 

SECY. SYRACUSE CM\MBKR Ol COMMERCE 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



107 





DEWis McCarthy, *i8i4-is 

MAYOR OF SYRACUSE 1853. DRY GOODS MERCH. 

MEM. OF ASSEMBLY' 1845. MEM. OF CONG. 

1866. STATE SENATOR 1875-1879 



DENNIS McCarthy 

D. M'CARTHY Sc SONS, DRY GOODS MERCHANTS. 

DIR. 1ST NAT. HANK. TRUSTEE SYR. SAV. 

BANK. COM. ST \TV. I!D. OF CHARITIES 





MILTON S. PRICE, *i825-iS 

DRY GOODS .MERCHANT l853-l88( 



JOHN ROBERT WHIILOCK, ^1828-1888 

DRV GOODS MERCHANT 



X()TAr.LI£ Mi:X ()V CEXTkAL Xi:\\ YORK 





GATES THALHEIMER 

HOI.ESAI.E GROCER. COFFEE WD SPICE MILLS. MGR. 
r\TE IVDLS. SCHOOL, ROCHESTER. TRUS. ST. JOSEPH'S 
IO<P., SVR. CHAIRMW ADVISORY CO.M. MFRS.' LLOYDS 



HARVEY CLAYTON HEMINGWAY 

SECY. AND TRE.\S. H. C. HEMINGW.AV & CO. 
MFRS. CANNED GOODS AND FOOD PRODUCTS 





C ll.\RI,l.> I. ( KolSE 

C. E. CROISE A: CO. 
WHOLES \LE GROCERS 



l">ANn:L AC'KI.KM.W 

OF THE FIRM OF C. E. CROUSE \- CO., WHOLESALE 
GROCERS. EX-WATER CO.M.MISSIONER. 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



109 





CHARLES HIBBARD 

CHARLES HUBBARD, SON' & CO. 
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS 



JOHN LVMAN" 

DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES. TRUSTEE TRUST 
AND DEPOSIT CO. TRUSTEE SYRACUSE UNIV. 




GEORGE B. HUBBARD 

CHARLES HUBBARD, SON & CO. 
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS 



CHARLES H. HUBBARD 

CHARLES HUBBARD SON & CO. 
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS 



I 10 



NOTABLE MKX OF CENTRAL NFAV YORK 




NICHOLAS PHTHRS *i903 

CI.OTHIER 
;\D VICE-PRES. SVRACLSE SAVINGS BANK 




CHARLES SIMON 

SHOE MERCHANT, ESTABLISHED 1853. VICE-PRES. 

WOODLAVVN CEMETERY. CITY ASSESSOR 

1868-1874. ASSEMBLYMAN- 1874 





JlS I l\ Ml HI K r 

C1C;AR \M) TOBACCO MANUFACTURER 



JAMKS roLNLAN 

(RETIRED) 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW VoRK 



III 





HORTON A. HYDE 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MILLINERY 



LOUIS LETTER 

LEITER BROTHERS 
PIANOS AND JEWELRY 





J. HENRY CASSIDY 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MILLINERY 



WILLLAM HENRY WILTSE 

TREASURER THOMAS MM.LEV CO. 
CEMENT MANCFACTCRERS. 



NOTAI'.IJ- Mi:X ol- C'KXTRAL XKW Y(^RK 





A. PARK SAGER 

SAGER BROTHERS 

MANUFACTURERS OF KNIT GOODS 



(;EC)RC]K J. SACJER 

SAGER BROS. KMT GOODS MFRS., IMPORTERS AV'D 
JOBBERS. DIRECTOR AMER. EX. NAT. BANK 





(,I()K(.K WKSr 

MFR. OF KMT GOODS. WALL PLASTER. 
liHllIHH cit MOLSTEIN CATTLE 



ElCENi: WEST 

WEST BROTHERS 
MFRS. KMT UNDERWEAR 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



113 





FOREST G. WEEKS 

PAPER MANUFACTURER 
SKANEATELES AND FULTON 



CHARLES G. WEEKS 

PAPER MANUFACTURER 





FOREST G. WEEKS, JR. 

PAPER MANUFACTURER 
SKANEATELES, N. Y. 



JOHN JAMES RYAN 

MFR. AND WHOLESALE HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR 
AND FURNISHING GOODS 



lU 



XOTAl'.LI- .M1-:X OF CEXTKAl. Xl-.W VokK 





J 



JAMES McLArc;HLIN 

TEASF.I, GROWER AND 
MERCHANT 



JAMES McLAlCJHLIN, Jr. 

FOUNDER OF THE GI.ENSIDE WOOLEN MILLS 

TEASEL GROWER. MERCHANT & EXPORTER 

SKANEATELES FALLS, N. Y. 





riii(»i)(iRi. wii.i.i.wi siMciir 

TKIASIRER OF THE GLENSIDE WOOLEN NtU.LS 
SKANEATELES, N. Y. 



ADOI.IMI (,. \I,I..\SK() 

OAK KSmiNG COMPANY 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL XIA\' YORK 



115 




HUGH J. HOPKINS 

SECRETARY AND TREASURER 

THE HOPKINS CO. 

CLOTHIERS AND TAILORS 




NICHOLAS P. MOSES 

PRESIDENT SYRACUSE PULP AND PAPER CO. 





JAMES FRAZEE 

MERCHANT MILLER 
BALDWTNSVILLE, N. Y. 



J. CHARLES ELLIS 

SECY. AND MGR. GLOBE MILLING CO. 
CAMILLUS, N. V. 



X(3TAr.LE MEN OF CENTRAL MCW YORK 





GEORGE PHILLIP HIER, *i90i 

;E0. p. HIER & CO., LEAF TOBACCO. POLICE CO.MMR. 

.MAYOR OF SYRACUSE 1875. PRES. 3D .VAT. BA\K. 

DIRECTOR 3D NAT. BK. AND MERCH. NAT. BK. 



GEORGE SPERRV HIER 

TREASURER OF FRAZER & JONES CO. 
FORMERLY GEO. P. HIER & CO., LEAF TOBACCO 





^'1( IIAl I WIIII.W C H.XKI.ES E. INDllRWl )()I) 

VIIOI.ESALi: \M) Kl.l All, loHVClO AND CIf7ARS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CIGARS AND TOBACCO. STORES 

N. Y. CITY AND SYR. QUARTERMASTER 3D N. Y. LIGHT 
\RT. 1862-65. WITH JOHN CROUSE AND CO. TEN YEARS 



NOTAI'.LE MEN (3F CENTRAL NEW YORK 117 





M. STUART BENEDICT, *i902 

M. S. BENEDICT MFG. CO. 



HARRY L. BENEDICT 

M. S. BENEDICT MFG. CO. 





THOMAS DUNN 

HARDWARE 
MANUFACTURER OF SILVERWARE 



JOSEPH SEYMOUR, *i8i5-i887 
SILVERWARE .MANUFACTURER 



\( )T.\1'.L1-: .Mi:X OF CENTRAL XKW \nRK 




JOSEPH HORN 

SECRETARY AND TREASURER 
SYRACUSE HARDWARE AND IRON CO. 




WILLIAM II. WARNER 

MANUKACTL RER 



-i 





MAIRK 1. li. Ml I.LANE FRANK .\I.1M l( )NS() AlSllN 

ASSISTANT YARD MASTER \. Y. C. \- II. R. R. R. VICE-PRES. ECONO.MY FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO. 

EX. SUPERVISOR PRES. THE ECONOMY MFG. CO. OF SYRACUSE 



xotai;lk men of central ni-:\v vork 



119 





PETER ECKEE 

PRESIDENT ECKELS-NVE STEEI, COMPANY 
PRESIDENT HYI.E BROTHERS STEEI, COMPANY 



PHILIP ECKEL 

VICE-PRESIDENT ECKELS-NYE STEEL CO. 




JACOB ECKEL 

SUPERINTENDENT ECKLES-NYE STEEL CO. 



GEORGE S. HERRICK 

MANUFACTURER OF THE 
HERRICK SHAKING GRATE 



120 



XUTADLE Ml-:.\ ( )!•" CENTRAL XLW VdRK 




HE^K^ DAKWIX niDAMA. M.I)., IJ..1). 

DEAN OF COLLEGE OF MEDICINE 
SVR.VCUSE UNIVERSITY 



ALFRED MERCER. M. D. 

EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF ST.XTE MEDICINE 
TRUSTEE OF TRUST .\ND DEPOSIT CO. 





JOHN \A\ l)( \ \. A. .M.. M. I). D.Wll) M. I ( ) I M.W, M 1). 

PROF. SURCERV SVR. MED. COL. PRES. UNIVERSITY PROF. CLINICAL SURGERY COL. OF .MED., SYRACUSE ,|||l 

CLUn. SYR. VICE-PRES. HOLLAND SOC, N. Y. UNIV. SURGEON ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL T 



NOTAl'.LE MEN OF CENTRAL .\1-:W N'oKK 



121 




JAMES CARLTON CARSON, M. D. 

SUPT. SYRACUSE STATE INSTITUTION FOR FEEBLE 

MINDED CHILDREN. 

LECTURER MENTAL DISEASES, SYRACUSE UNIV. 




NATHAN JACOBSON, M. D. 

PROFESSOR CLINICAL SURGERY, 
COLLEGE OF MEDICINE, SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 





JOHN LORENZO HEFFRON, A. \L, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN 
PROFESSOR CLINICAL MEDICINE, SYRACUSE UNIV. 



GRE(U)RV DOYLE, M. IX, LL. D. 

SURGEON 



1 JJ 



XOTAL5LE MEN UF CENTRAL NEW V( 'KK 





RODERICK C. McLENNAN, M. D. 

SLRGF.OV SYRACUSE HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN 
AND CHILDREN- 



GEORGE MERRIMAN PRICE, M. D. 

PROFESSOR OF ANATOMY, SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY' 
SURGEON TO HOSP. OF THE GOOD SHEPHE.D 





A. CI.II loKI) \II.K( IK, M. I). 

PROF. OF CLINICAL PEDIATRICS, SYRACUSE UNIV. 

PHYSICIAN TO CHILDREN IN SYRACUSE 

HOSP. FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN 



KRI.ni.KICK \V. SMI 111, M. D. 

HEALTH OFFICER CITY OF SYR. FORMERLY CORONER ON. 
CO. HEALTH COM.MR. CITY OF SYR. MEM. STATE BD. 
OF HEALTH AND SEC. TUBERCULOSIS COM. N. Y. S. 



NOTABLE AIEX OF CENTRAL N1A\' \()\<K 



123 





ANTOINE F. VADEBONCOEUR, M. D. PORTER ROBERT McMASTER, M. A., M. D. 

PHYSICIAN TO CHILDREN' LECTURER I\ SURGERY, MED. DEPT. SYR. UNIV. FORMER 

HOUSE OF THE GOOD SHFPHERD HOUSE PHYS. PRESBY. HOSP. N. Y. CITY AND MEM. OF 

STAFF OF MIDWIFERY HOSP. BROOME ST., N. Y CITY 





FLORIXCE O. DONUHUE, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 
KX-PRES. NEW YORK STATE BOARD OF HEALTH 



NATHAN ADELBERT MONROE, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 



' 



XOTAT.LE MEN Ul- CKX'l UAL XKW YORK 





WILLIAM A. CIRTIN. M. D. 



EDWARD L. MOOXEY, \L D. 



HU^SICIW AND SURGEON'. LECTURER THERAPEUTICS SYR. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 

UNIV. .\IED. DEPT. PHYS. TO ST. JOSEPH'S HOSP. MED. MKDICAI. DIRECTOR OF C. M. B. A. FOR N. Y. ST.ATE 
EXAM. N. Y., MAN. AND .MET. LIFE INS. CO. PHYSICIAN TO ST. VINCENT'S ASYLU.M 





SI I WAR r S. MlHlilAS, M. I). 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 



JAMLS NKLSON FRAZKK LLLIO T, A. NL, NL D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 
PHYSICIAN TO ST. VINCENT DE PAUL'S ASYLUM 



NOTABLE .MEX UE CENTRAL NEW YORK 



12:; 








BERNARD S. MUORE, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN. EX-HEALTH OFFICER 



WILLIAM GRAHAM HINSDALE, M. D. 

LECTURER IK OBSTETRICS, SYR. UNIV. OBSTETRICIAN TO 

HOSPITAL OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD. FIRST LIEUT. 

AND ASST. SURGEON 4IST SEP. CO., N. G. N. Y. 





I 



ALEXANDER J. CAMPBELL, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 

TREAS. N. Y. STATE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 

ONONDAGA CO. 



W. CLINTON KELLOGG, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. MEM. N. Y. STATE .MED. SOC, 

MED. ASSN. OF CENT. & WEST. N. Y., ON. MED. SOC. 

AND SYRACUSE ACADE.MY OF .MEDICINE 



II 



126 



\()TA1;LK .Ml-.X ( )F CT.XTRAT, XF.W YORK 





i 



ALEXANDER JAMI.S DALLAS, NL D. 

PHYSICIAN' AND SURGEON. MEMBER STATE MED. 
SOCIETi-. E.\-PRES. ONONDAGA MED. SOCIETY 



GEORGE W. CUUK, M. I). 

ME.MBER OF N. Y. ST.^TE MEDICAL ASSN. 
EX-PRES. OF THE ONONDAGA MEDICAL SOCIETY 





.M.Xrill.R WII I 1 Wis, \1. I)., -1799-1869 

I'insiCIW AND SIRGEON 



LV.\L\.\ tLAK\, M. 1)., '1S03-1876 

PHYSICIAN WD SIRGEON 



NOTABLE MEX ()E CENTRAL NEW YORK 



127 





JAY \V. SHELDON, M. D. 

EX-PRES. HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL SOCIETY 
OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



JAMES WILLIS CAXDEE, M D. 

PHY'SICIAN AND SURGEON- 





ARTHUR B. KINNE, M. D. 

MEM. AMER. INSTITUTE OF HOMEOPATHY. MEM. 

STATE HOMEOPATHIC MED. SOC. CONSULTING 

PHYSICIAN SYR. HOMEOPATHIC HOSPITAL 



ELBRn:)c;E olin kinne, \ld. 

PHYSICIAN. MEM. AMERICAN INSTSTUTE, N. Y. 

STATE HOMEOPATHIC SOCIETY, SYR. 

HOMEOPATHIC HOSPITAL 



12!=^ 



XoT.Vr.LE MEX OF CEXTRAL XEW YORK 





HERBERT ASHLEY CHURCH, M. D. 

OCULIST, AURIST AND LARYN'GOLOGIST 
SYRACUSE HOMEOPATHIC HOSPITAL 



WILLIAM LOITS HARTMAN, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 




C ILARLKS A. ( ()\ KI.L, M. 1). 

lYSICIAN A\n SURCF.ON. LECTURER SYR. UNIV. 
COL. OF MED. PIIYS. TO HOSPITAL OF GOOD 
SHEPHERD AND SYR. FREE DISPENSARY 




NHMioKi) ki:ksi:, M. I). 



PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 
STAFF SYRACUSE HOMEOPATHIC HOSPITAL 



XOTAP.LE MEX OF CENTRAL XEW YORK 



129 





CHARLES MARQUIS MAGEE, M D., *i896 WILLIAM TOMLINSUN PLANT, M. D., *iJ 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 





ICHABOD HOWE SEARL, M. D., *i893 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 



ULYSSES II. BROWN, M. I)., *i900 



I30 



^•OTADLE .Mi:X OF CENTRAL XEW \()KK 





JOHN M WIETINC;, M. 1)., •1817-1888 ROGER WILLIAMS PEASE. M. D. *i{ 

PHYSICIAN WD LECTURER IN" Cl.INiCS. BUILDER MED. DIR. SHERIDAN'S CORPS. PROF. OF CLINICAL 
AND OWNER WIETINC BI.K. AND OPERA HOUSE SURGERY SYR. .MED. COLLEGE. CHIEF OF 

STAFF OF ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL 





Will l.\M A. I!.\\\ i.IA, M. I).' 

I'HVSICIAN AND SURGEON 



NAIIIAN K. II.IFr, M. D.. *i89o 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 
MEM. ASSF.M. 1869. SEC. ONON. CO. MED. SOC. 1838-1847 



L 



^'OTABLP: MKX OF CENTRAL Xl-.W \()\<K 



131 





G. GRIFFIN LEWIS, M. D. SARGENT FRANCIS SNUW, M. D. 

OPHTHALMIC SUR. HOSP. GOOD SHEPHERD; MAT. HOSP. ; OTOLOGIST, LARYNGOLIST HOUSE GOOD SHEPHERD, THE 

HOUSE OF PROVIDEKCE; ST. VINCENT'S ASY. ; MEM. SYR. SHELTER AND SYR. FREE DISP. .MEM. INT. OTOLOGICAL 

ACAD. OF MED. CEN. N. Y. MED. SOC. ; ON. CO. MED. SOC. CON.; AM. LARYNOGOLICAL, RHINOLOGICAL SOC. 



f 





SAMUEL BOYCE CRAYTON, B. Sc. M. D. W. CUE McKEEBY, Ph. G., M. I. 

|(VSSISTANT OPHTHALMOLOGIST AND OTOLOGIST TO ST. MEM. A. M. A. AND N. Y. C. MED. ASSOC'S., ASSN. OF ERIE 

' JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL, OPHTHALMOLOGIST TO S^-RACUSE R. R. SURGEONS, N. Y. ST.\TE ASSN. R. R. SURG. AND 

' FREE DISPENSARY AND SOLV.W PROCESS COMPANY FELLOW SYRACUSE .\CADE.\IY OF .MEDICINE 



13-' 



XOTAI'.LI-: MEN OF CENTRAL Xl-.W ^"()RK 





CHARLES J. WALCH, B. S., M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 



FREDERICK E. EASTON, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 





HIRAM H. IIAWI.EV, M. W GEORCE FORI) CIOKRS. M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SUR(;i;()\. MKMIIKR SYR. ACADEMY OF PHYSICIW AM) SURGEON 

MKD. ONO\. MFD. SOC. AND CENTRAL N. Y. .MED. 
\^'<V. I'RES. AND MGR. THE HIGHLAND SOL. SALT CO. 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL N1A\' YORK 



^53, 








CHARLES H. BENSON, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 
REGISTRAR SYRACUSE FREE DISPENSARY 



BRADFORD C. LOVELAND, A. M., M. D. 

F. R. M. S. MEMBER SYR. ACADEMY OF MEDICINE, 

ONONDAGA MEDICAL SOCIETY AND MEDICAL 

SOCIETY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 





ALBERT EDWIN LARKIN, NL D. ARTHUR COLIN CAMPBELL 

INSTRUCTOR IN MEDICINE SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY. I'HAR.Vl ACIST — GRADUATE U. OF B. ('86) N. Y. ST. 
PHYSICIAN TO ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL PHAR. ASSN. — ERIE CO. PHAR. ASSN. 

AND MASS. STATE PHAR. ASSN. 



KU 



X()Tai;li:: mes oi' central xi:\\' york 




I. HARRIS LEVY, Ph. B., M. D. 

PHYSICIAN TO THE HOSPITAL OF THE GOOD SHEP- 
HERD. LECTURER ON HISTOLOGY COLLEGE OF 
.MEDICINE, SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 




THOMAS B. DWVER, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 





.\K( HI K l)()K\AI. HABCOCK, M. P. 

PMVSICIW AND SURGEON 



OI.INI.K A. MI.lMr.N 1 II \l , M. P. 

PHYSICIAN 



NOTABLE MEN OE CENTRAL X1A\' VoRK 



135 






I 





DANIEL WEBSTER BURDICK, M. D., *i902 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 



HARVEY B. TOLMAN, M D., *i9oi 

PHYSICIAN 





ABRAM T. VAN GAASBECK, M. D., *i89i ABEL CARTER BENEDICT, M. D., •ij 

PHYSICIAN ARMY SURGEON CIVIL WAR 1861-1865 



136 



XolAULl-: MEN OF CKXTRAL NEW YORK 





\\.\I ri.K WII.SON JAMIESON, M. D. 

I'HVslCIAN AND SURGEON 



ALUNZO C. TAYLOR, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 
BALDWINSVILLE, N. Y. 





FRED W s| i»( I \I, M. I). 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 
CAMir.l.US, N. Y. 



{,V\ KI.rBI-.N COOK, H. A. M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 
IRVING, WESTON & COOK, DRUGGISTS 






NOTAl'.LE MEN OF CEXTRAL NIAV YORK 



^37 




FREDERICK S. HONSINGER, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 



CHARLES S. ROBERTS, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, EX. CORONER ONON- 
DAGA COUNTY 189O-1893. SUPREME MEDICAL 
DIRECTOR OF THE IMPERIAL ORDER TYCOONS 





WILLIAM G. MCENCH, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. PHYSICIAN TO ST. 
MARY's INFANT AND MATERNITY HOSPITAL 



ALFRED G. DUl'ST, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 
FIRE DEPARTMENT SURGEON I902 



i3<^ 



XUTABLE MKX OF CENTRAL NEW VoKK 





\\I1.LIA.\1 AMBROSE CAHILL, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURCEOM 



WILLIAM F. LAW. M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 





ADDISON W, S(()rr, M. I). 

I'lnsiCIW \M) SIRGEON 



c iiARLi:s I.. ^K^l.AK^, m. d. 

I'HYSICIAN AND SURGEON 



NOTABLE MI-:X OF CENTRAL XIAV YORK 



139 





RALPH \V. CHAFFEE, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 
ASST. SURGEON HOSPITAL OF GOOD SHEPHERD 



BRADFORD W. SHERWOOD, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 



I 





FRANCIS B. PUTNAM, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 



GORDON WAV HOYT, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN 



MO 



XUTAIILE M1-:X OF CENTRAL NEW VuRK 





LKWIS CLARK CRUWELL, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 



JAMES HERHERE IRISH, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 





AMUR I (,. A\^H(l\^, m. d. 

I'llYSlCIW ASO SURGEON 



CLEMENT C. c;( )( )I)RICII, M. U. 

GENRRAI, I'RACIICE AM) REAL ESTATE 



NOTABLE .MEN OF CENTRAL XIAV YoRK 



141 





GEORGE THEODORE BOYCHEFF, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 
SOLVAY, K. Y. 



S. ELLIS CRANE, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON' 




CHARLES A. FELTON, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 



JOHN WILTSIE KNAPP, NL D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 



142 XOTABLK >rRX OF CEXTRAT, XKW YORK 





I 



I 



CHARLES X. BLCM, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN- 



J. HENRY DRCM, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 




lioMKR K. I). \|.;\\TON 

DRUGGIST 




THOMAS Will. I AM DAL ION 

DRUGGIST 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



143 





SQl'IRE CHASE DAYAN, D. D. S. WALTER HAINES CLMMINGS, D. 1). S. *i902 

ORAL SURGEON TO ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL DENTIST AND PROPR. OF THE MALCOLM RIFLE TELE- 
FOR 2^5 YEARS SCOPE CO. 




GEORGE EDWARD NEARING, D. D 



L. A. & GEORGE EDWARD NEARING, 
DENTISTS 



LUCIUS ALEXANDER NEARINC,, D.D. S. 

L. A. & GEORGE EDWARD NEARING, 
DENTISTS 



144 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





FRANK SMITH GARDNER 

GARDNER &• DAVIS, DRUGGISTS AND STATIOXERS, 
BALDWINSVILLE, X. Y. 



JOHN SQITRE DEAR 

PHARMACIST 





AIMI.KI' IISHI.K, D. (). 

(DR. ni DSTEOr'ATIlV). I'lOVEER OSTEOPATHIC 

PHYS. IN \. Y. STATE. VICE-PRES. NEW 

YORK OSTEOPATHIC SOCIETY 



I'. WAl.ri.R 1 AII.NS, A. M., M. D. 

PHVSICIAN AND SURGEON 



XOTAP.LI^: MEN OF CENTRAL NEW VoRK 



145 





JOHN H. RYDER, *i86i-i882 

PHOTOGRAPHER 
WRITER OF SHORT STORIES AND POEMS 



PHU.ir ^. KVDER 

PHOTOGRAPHER AND PRES. DD. OF POLICE COM. (88-91) 

PRES. SAFETY' FUND INS. CO. 1889-1898. PRES. CEN. 

CITY BUILDING AND LOAN ASSN. 1891-1897 



I 





JAMES F. RYDER 

ta PHOTOGRAPHER AND AUTHOR OF "VOIGTLANDER AND I.' 
PRES. NAT. PHOTO. ASSN. OF U. S. 187O-7I. FIRST PRES. 
PHOTO. ASSN. OF AMERICA 1880-1881 



JOHN H. R\ DER, *i898 

PHOTOGRAPHER 



14"^) 



XOTAI'.LE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





RIi V. JAMES ROSCOE DAY, S. T. D., LL. 1). REV. ENSIGN McCHESNEY, A. B., A. M, 

CHANCELLOR OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY Ph.D., D. D. 

DEAN COI.I.EGE OF FINE ARTS, SYRACUSE UNIV. 





F-KANK SM \I I I ^ , A. M, J'li. 1), KI\'. WF.I.I.KSl.IA I'l Rin C( )1)I^1 \(; !"( )N. 

ni:\s OF coi.i.Ecn or iiiurm. \rts, svr. univ. S. T. D. 

CIERCYMAN AM) EDUCATOR, CHAIR OF PHILOSOPHY 
SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



147 





REV. LEROY MONROE VERNON, M. A., RICHARD CiRANT CALTHROP 

S. T. D., LL.D., *i896 head of vocal dept. grouse col. syr. univ. 

DEA\ OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY (1893-1896) 





r. 



J. RICHARD STREET, M. A., Ph. D. GEORCJE F. COMFt)RT, L. H. D., LL. D. 

PROFESSOR OF PEDAGOGY DIRECTOR SYR. MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS. FORMER DEAN 

SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY COL. OF FINE ARTS OF THE SYR. UNIV. HONORARY 

FELLOW FOR LIFE MET. MUS. OF ARTS, K. Y. 



148 



X()Tai;li-: mkx of central new york 





W II.IIAM HKNRV METZLER, Ph. D., 
F. R. S. E., F. R. S. C. (cor.) 

FRANCIS H. ROOT 
PROF. M ATHF.M ATICS, SYRACUSE UNIV. 



KDWARO DRAKE ROE, Jr.. Pli. I). 
( I"ilan<ien ) 

JOHN" RAYMOND FRKNCH PROFESSOR OF MATHE- 
MATICS IN SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 



,1 




FKWKI.IX lAMI.S Ilol ZWAKFII, 
A. .\1., Ph. 1). 

"ROKKSSOR OI THE CIRMANIC lANGU.AGES AND 
LITERATURE, SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 




j. K1)W.\KI) I'liKFKR, I»h. IX 

CHEMIST 

INSTRUCTOR AT COI.I.EOE OF MEDICINE 

SYRXCUSE UNIVERSITY 






NOTAP.LE MEN OF CENTRAL XIAV YnRK 



149 




WILLIAM VERBECK 

HEADMASTER ST. JOHX'S SCHOOL 
MANLIUS, N. Y. 




TRUMAN K. W'RUniT, *i8is-i902 

PRIN. OF POMPK^- ACADHMV 6 YEARS. JORDAN 

ACADEMY 5 YEARS AND EI.BRIDGE ACAD- 

E.VIY 38 YEARS 





NOAH LEONARD, Ph. D., LL. D. 

PROPRIETOR SYRACUSE TEACHERS' AGENCY 



WALTER ANCiELL lU RLINGAME 

PRIX. OF THE GOODYEAR-BLRI.INGAME SCHOOL 



I50 



NOTABLE MEX OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





JOHN DAWSON WILSON 

PRINCIPAL OF PUTNAM SCHOOL 



OSCAR CURTIS KENYON 

TEACHER OF PHYSICS 
SYRACUSE HIGH SCHOOL 





( ll.\RI,l> I WllirK 

PRINCII'AI. (IK KRWKl.IN (,R\M\1\R SCIIOOr. 



R. DeWriT MANN 

EXAMINER OF DISPUTED HANDWRITINGS 
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 



NOTABLE :\IEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



151 





ABRAM LINCOLN TRAVIS, A. M. 

PRINCIPAL SYRACUSE CLASSICAL SCHOOL 



WILLIAM A. JENNER 

PRINCIPAL JENNER's PREPARATORY SCHOOL 





CHAUNCEY P. MEADS 

PRINCIPAL AND PROPRIETOR MEADS' BUSINESS 
TRAINING SCHOOL UPWARDS OF 4O YEARS 



THONLAS H. HINTUN, •1901 

MUSICAL DIRECTOR UIETING OPERA HOUSE 
FROM 1887 TO I90I 



152 



XOTAr.Li: MEN OF CENTRAL XKW VoRK 





GEN. BKNJAMIN FRANKLIN BRUCE, *i888 GEN. DWICiHT H. BRUCE 

\ST SURVIVOR OF CONSTITUTIONAL CON. 1846. MEM. JOURN.\LIST, .AUTHOR. POSTMASTER APRIL 187I-DE1 

ASSEMBLY SI.X YEARS. INS. GEN. NAT. GUARD. CANAL 1875. SEPT. 1897-1901. REAPPOINTED 19OI. PRES. S' 

COMMISSIONER. PROMINKNT POLITICAL ORATOR WATER CO. 1885-189I FIRST SUPT. MUN. WATER WB 




MlI.loN II. NoKlIlKUP 

I'RES. MILTON NORTIIRUP CO. INSURANCE. FOR- 
MER EDITOR "courier" AND POSTMASTER 
SYRACUSE 1888-1889. 1893-1897 



CHARLES ELLlorr ELI'CII 

EDITOR STANDARD 1866-1873. EDITOR ROCHESTER 

DE.MOCRAT «. CHRONICLE, 1873-189O REGENT 

university state OF NEW YORK 



NOTAIiLK MI':X OF CENTRAL Ni:\\' VoRlv 



153 





VIVl S W . SMITH, *i88i CARROLL E. SMITH, LL. D. *i9o3 

PIONEER ONOK. JOURNALIST 1827-81. CANAL APPRAISER JOURNALIST 50 YEARS. CO. CLERK 1865-68. MEM. 
1872-80. ON. JOUR. ONON. STAND. 1855-65 SUPT. ON. OF ASSEMBLY 1876-77. POSTMASTER 1889-92 

SALT SPGS. 10 YEARS. ONON. CO. CLERK 1846-1849 REGENT UNIV. STATE OF N. \. 





\i 



GEORGE JUDD GARDNER, *i8i8-i902 

HISTORIAN. HON. MEM. SUP. COUNCIL 33D DEC. A. A. S. 
R. P. G. M. (n. Y.) I. 0. 0. F. FOR 33 YRS. TREAS DIO. CBN. 
N. Y. OF THE EPIS. CH. FOUN. MAS. VET. AS. CEN. N. Y. 



EDMUND NORNLAN LESLIE 

WHOLESALE GROCER N. Y. CITY (1841-51) HIS- 
TORIAN PRES. VILLAGE SKANEATELES 
1895. REELECTED 1896 



154 



xoTxr.i.i-: .Mi:x of central new york 





ARTHUR JENKINS NELSON HORATIO CHAPMAN, *i902 

FOUNDER, PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER MEM. THE HERALD EDITORL\L STAFF 1878-1895. SEC 
OF "the herald" THE HERALD CO. 1892-1896, SEC. CHAMBER OF COM. 

1895-1902, DIRECTOR HERALD CO. AT TL\1E OF DEATH 





WII.I.IAM \\I.I.( II 

iKcri.ATiNG m\n\(;i;r ok "thi: 

SINCE INCEPTION 



S. (URXKV 1 AIMIAM 

FDiroR COl'RIER AND EVENING TELEGRAM 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTKAL NEW YORK 



155 





WALTER E. GARDNER 

editor and general manager 

"post-standard" 



GEORGE AUGl STl S SUMARINDYCK: 

BUSINESS manager 

"the post-standard" 





CHARLES NEWTON TALLMAN, *i8io-i903 

CIRCULATING MANAGER ST. PAUL "PIONEER AND 

EXPRESS," FORMERLY WITH POST-STANDARD CO. 

AND "the journal" SYRACUSE 



J. PETER PINZER 

PUBLISHER "SYRACUSE UNION' 



XOTADLI-: Mi:X UV CENTRAL XEW VuRK 





WILLIAM EDWARD BALDWIN 



HARVEY D. BIRRILL 



PRESIDES r AND GENERM. MANAGER OF THE SVRA- EDITOR JOURNAI,. COM. OI" CHARITIES AND COR. ASST. ' 
CUSE JOLRNAL. ALSO PRINTING AND PUB- CI.ERK BD. OF SUP. 1895-1930. CI.ERK BD. OF SUP. I9OI. ! 

LISHl.NG BUSINESS FOR PAST 20 YEARS SEC. CIVIL SER. BD. 1894-1895. REG. OF VIT. STAT. 189O 





JOHN C. SIEPHENSON 

EDITOR AND PUBLISHER, 

"SKANEATEI.es FREE PRESS" 

SKANEATEI.ES, \. V. 



MARCrS (.'HRISTIAN HAND, •1818-1892 

PAINTER AND DECORATOR 
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER "SYRACUSE FROM A FOR- 
EST TO A ClTi" 






NOTAl'.LK MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



157 





CHARLES REGINALD SHERLOCK 

NEWSPAPER EDITOR AND AUTHOR OF "YOUR 
UNCLE lew" and "THE RED ANVIL" 



HAROLD .\L\C CRAIH 

AUTHOR 





JOHN P. FRALICK 

PRINTER AND PUB. "SYR. SUN. TIMES" 1876-82, ME.M. I. 
0. 0. F. 1862, ROY. AR., A. O. U. VV., CEN. CITY COM. F. & 
A. M. 32D AND M W. G. PATRON "OR. EAST. STAR" S. N. 



CHARLES C. HALL 

HALL & m'CHESNEY 
PUBLISHERS graves' PRINTED INDEX 



158 



XOTAl'.Ll-: Mi:X OV CENTRAL XICW" YORK 





A. CA DWELL BELDEN, *i896 

B.WKFR AND CONTRACTOR 



ALVIN J. BELDEN 

GEKERAL CONTRACTOR 





C IIAKI.I.S (.. HI.I.DKX 

GKNKRAr. CONTRACrOR 



JAMI.S M. HI.I.I)1:N 

GENERAL CONIRACTOR 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL XIAV YORK 



159 





OSCAR F. SOULE, *i902 

VICE-PRESIDENT MERRELL-SOULE COMPANY 



GAIUS LEWIS MERRELL 

PRESIDENT MERRELL-SOULE COMPANY 





FRANK CHANNING SOULE JOHN AUGUSTUS JUST 

VICE-PRESIDENT AND TREASURER MERRELL- CONSULTING CHEMIST. MEM. AM. ASSN. FOR THE ADV. 
SOULE COMPANY OF SCI. AM. FOR. ASSN. SOC. OF CHEM. IND. AM. CHEM. 

SOC, AM. ACAD. OF SCI., SOC. ENCOURAGEMENT OF ARTS 



l')0 



XDTAT.LE -MEX OF CEXTRAL XEW YORK 




CHARLES SVDLE AVERILL 

averill & gregory, 

"the yates" 




I 

4 



DOUGLAS NORVAL GREEN 

MI1.I.SPAUGH & GREENT, COAL. DIRECTOR NATIONAL 

BANK OF SYRACUSE. VICE-PRESIDENT 

MUNICIPAL HEATING CO.MPANY 




Willi \( , !( )\ W. lAHI'.R 

T\ni;R {^ DRAPER 
ARCHITECTS 




DWU.ll r 1 OSIKK MORSS, •1886 



» 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NE\\' YORK 



i6i 





HENRY DELLAMAIEK DEMSOX, M. D. 
*i822-i883 

MUMCIPAI., RAILROAD AND CANAL CONTRACTOR 



CHARLES A.\bu.\ DENISOX, *i9oi 

ASSISTANT CHIEF FIRE DEPARTMENT 





LUCIUS SUTHERLAND DENISON, *i892 



FRANKLLX I'll.RCE DENISON 
Retired 



IdJ 



NOTALiLl-: MKX OF CENTRAL XEW YORK 





GUSTAV STICKLEY 

EDITOR OF "THE CRAFFSMAN" 



FREDERICK A. ARWINE 

SECRETARY A\D TREASURER 
GUSTAV STICKLEY COMPANY 





CLARENCE (,. HKoWN 

tlKOWV, CURTIS At BROWN AND C. G. UROW \ 

FURNITURE COMPANY 

DIRECTOR COMMERCIAI, RANK 



WICKLIFI E A. HILL 

MANUFACTURER OF SHOES 



NOTAULl^: .MI£N OF CENTRAL XI-:W \()\<K 



163 



5% 





JOHN S. KENYON, *i902 O. RUBINSOX CASEY 

ASSISTANT CLERK STATE ASSEMBLY 1877 ; STATE SENATE SUPERINTENDENT FOR THE SOCIETY FOR THE PRE- 
1880-1881, 1886-1887; READING CLERK HOUSE OF REP. VENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS 

1882-1883; SEC. STATE BOARD R. R. COMMISSIONERS 1898 





ALAN C. FOBES 

AGENT P. \V. FOBES ESTATE 



AUSTIN K. HOYT 



ir,4 



XoTAIiLK Mi:X UF CENTRAL XKW VoRK 




ANTHUNV WILL, *i866 

PIONEER CANDLE MANUFACTURER 




LOUIS WILL 

PRESIDENT THE WILL & BAUMER COMPANY 

PRESIDENT THE STANDARD GAUGE 

MANUFACTURING CO. 





AN I III l\^ WII.I. 

ASSISTANT M\\\(.I:r OF THE WILL & BAUMER 



Al HI.K 1' j. Will. 

SECRETARY Will. \ IIMMER COMPANY 



XOTAllLE MKX OF CENTRAL XI-.W VoRK 



i<^5 



t 





FRANCIS BALMER, *i897 

WAX CANDLE MANUFACTURER. 



ANTUN F. BAIMER 

VICE-PRESIDENT THE WILI. & BAUMER COMPANY 
CANDI.E MA NUFACTURERS 



I 





WILLIAM xMUENCH 

PHARMACIST. DIRECTOR WILL & BAUMER COM- 
PANY. MEMBER HISTORICAL SOCIETY 



c;eurc;e j. halmer 

ORGANIST CHURCH OF ASSUMPTION 



\( >tai:le mi-:x ui- chxtral xkw \()KK 





THOMAS KREUZER 

TRF.AS. OF THE WILL & BAUMER COMPANY 



CHARLES JOHN MARKERT 

SECRETARY AND TREASURER THE SYRACUSE 
CANDLE COMPANY 





I)A\11) (. WOI.RNER 

MANUFACrURER CANNED GOODS, MINCE MEAT, 
SAURKRAUT, SHEET AND SOUR PICKLES AND DILLS 



BENJAMIN IRANKllX MILLS 

SUPERINTENDENT H. C. HEMINGWAY A: COMPANY 
CANNING WORKS 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



167 





SAMUEL ALONZO SEAGER 

REAL r.STATE AND INVESTMENTS 



JAMES HARVEY HINMAN 

MANAGER SYRACUSE OFFICE FOR AMERICAN! 
WINDOW GLASS COMPANY OF PITTSBURGH, PA. 





FREDERICK WALCH, *i897 

MERCHANT AND MANUFACTURER 



PHILIP N. WALCH 

THE WALCH LUMBER COMPANY 



m 



i6S 



NOTABLE MKX OF CENTRAL NEW YURK 





JAMES L. BREED ALBERT PHELPS SEYMOUR 

TREASURER AND GENERAL MANAGER OF NEW VICE-PRESIDENT AND TREASURER PASS & SEYMOUR 

YORK BRICK &: PAVING COMPANY 





11I,\K^ DANIS HRI WSIER FREDIKK K II! ^K^ I HKl.lXc; 

PRESIDISI \MI1II; CRVSTAI M\Rltl.E COMPANY SEED AND HARDWARE MERCHANT. MANUFACT- 
URER OF DRAIN TII.E. TREASURER OF THE 
ECONOMY SKIRT COMPANY 



NOTABLE ^lEX OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



169 





TUWNSEND E. TAYLOR 

MANUFACTURER OF "NONE SUCH" BAKING 
POWDER 



PA'IRK'K H. CC>rt,HLIN 

COUGHLIN BROTHERS 
CONFECTIONERY MANUFACTURERS 





JOHN J. COUGHLIN 

COUGHLIN BROTHERS 
CONFECTIONERY MANUFACTURERS 



PHILIP F. COL tiHLIN 

COUGHLIN BROTHERS 
CONFECTIONERY MANUFACTURERS 



170 XUTAliLE MEX OF CENTRAL NEW" YORK 





HORACE CANDEE, *i9oi 

RAII-ROAD AND CAXAI, CONTRACTOR. REALTY 
OWNRR. COM KCTOR INTERNAL REVENUE 



DANIEL CANDEE, *i897 

CONTRACTOR 





I K.WK K. C ANDEE 

MF.RCHWr AM) RKALTV OWNER 



( llAKII'S i.. ('AXnKI' 

I'ROI'RIKTOR "the CANDEE, 
ONONDAGA VALLEY 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL XI AX' YORK 



171 




EDWARD S. CANDEE, *i9oo 

WHOLESALE FRUIT AND OYSTERS 




CALEB CANDEE BRUWN 

WHOLESALE OYSTERS, FRUITS, NUTS AND CON- 
FECTIONERY. MANUFACTURER OF FINE 
CONFECTIONERY 





JACKSON PERRY, *i897 

PERRY, CANDEE & COMPANY 



HOWARD c;. PERRY 

MANAGER CONFECTIONERY DEPARTMENT OF 
CALEB CANDEE RROWN 



XuTAiJLE .MEX OF CKXTRAL Xl-W ^()KK 




DANIEL J. SALISBURY 

(SALISBURY & TEN BROECK) 

COAL, mason's supplies and sewer pipe 




THEODORE FRED TEN BROECK 

(SALISBURY & TEN BROECK 1 
COAL, masons' SUPPLIES AND SEWER PIPE 





(IIAKI.ES AR(llli()II) I.()( KAKI) 

M\S\<;KR EMPIRE PORTLAND CEMENT CO. PRESI- 
DENT ONONDAGA LITHOLITE COMPANY 



Will I AM 11. Ki.i.l.l.V 

COAL DEALER 



XOTABLK MEX OF CEXTKAl. XI-.W ^■()R1^ 





RANSOM B. TRUE 

R. B. TRUE & COMPANY, 
MANAGERS EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY 



GEORGK E. BRAIN ARD 

R. B. TRUE & COMPANY, 
MANAGERS EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY 





ALFRED SIDNEY DIRSTON 



GENERAL 



BUR TUN E. WATSDN 

MANAGER ACCIDENT AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY 



^ ut.NtKAL AGENT NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. GEN- 
ERAL SECRETARY SYRACUSE Y. M. C. A. 1883-1896. DEPARTMENT AETNA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 
PASTOR BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH 1880-1883 



xotai'.ll: mi:x of central \i:\v York 




GEORGE FREMONT HADLEY 




GEORGE C. SAWYER 



NEW YORK STATE AGENT THE MUTUAL BENEFIT NEW YORK STATE AGENT TRAVELERS INSURANCE 

LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEWARK, N. J. CO., HARTFORD, CONN. ATTORNEY AND EX-MEM- 

BER BOARD OF EDUCATION 





» IIAKI is ill I A\^ HK()('K\\A\' 

'.INhRAL \(;E\T NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE 

INSURANCE COMPANY. MEMBER CHAMBER 

OF COMMERCE 



Areas 11 s r. akmsikoxc; 

GENERAL INSURANCE 
DISTRICT MANAGER STANDARD ACCIDENT INSUR- 
ANCE COMPANY 



NDTAr5LE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



17 



/:) 





JOHN HERBERT HAAHLTON YOUNG 

MANAGER CANADA LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY 



H. RICHARD BENDER, A. M., D. D. 

PASTOR IN M. E. CHURCH 1873-1901. GENERAL 
AGENT CANADA LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANV 





JOHN B. PINKERTON 

SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE CANADA LIFE ASSUR- 
ANCE COMPANY 



HENRY B. SMITH 

SPECIAL AGENT 
AETNA INSURANCE COMPANY 



i7(. 



XoT.MlLl-: MI-:X OV CENTRAL M-.W N( )1^K 





-k 



SAMIBL P. NICHOLS 

DISTRICT MANAGER 

THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF 

NEW YORK 



FRANK HERBERT HALE 

SPECIAL AGENT 

THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF 

NEW YORK 





I 



KLISIIA I. I HI I MAN 

SPECIAL AGENT 

TRAVELERS INSURANCE COMPANY 



]i\ R(»N F. lU KDKK. 

GENERAL DISTRICT AGENT 

U. S. HEALTH & ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY 

OF SU;l\ \\\ , \riCHIG\N 



I 



NOTABLE ^[EX ()E CENTRAL XIAV YORK 



// 





EDWARD HROW'X 

GENERAL AGENT 
CONNECTICUT GENERAL LIFE INSURANCE COM- 
PANY OF HARTFORD, CONN. 



WILLAKD G. SKEI.L 

EXECUTIVE SPECIAL FOR THE MUTUAL BENEFIT 

LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK 



P 





WILLIAM ADELBERT PATTEN 

ORGANIZER AND GENERAL MANAGER OF UNIVER- 
SAL INDEMNITY, HEALTH AND ACCIDENT 
INSURANCE 



CHARLES HENRY ERLMBLE 

GENERAL AGENT STATE MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE 
COMPANY OF WORCESTER. MASS. 



1/-S 



X-TAI,,,, MKx OFCEXTKA,. XEW YORK 




LOC JS SECiLR MCJRGAN 



STATE AGENT OF 




THE HOME INSURANCE 



COMPANY OF NEW YORK 



E. FINLEV KITSOX 

INSURANCE 




■^'VKCJX c. DARK 



"""«• ''RKSIDENT OF CATKX, CITV 
""HR VnVE INSURANCE COMPA^y PRe\. 
'"Nr .ARMERs- EXCKANCE 




^ M.\Rl.i;s (,. KU ii.XRDs 

SUI^NTKNDENT OF SO, VAV SCHOOLS 
CENtRAI. FIRE INSURANCE AGENCV 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YoRK 



179 



^ 




SILAS FRANKLIN SMITH, *i898 STANLEY GEORGE SMITH 

(SILAS F. SMITH & SOX ) JOURNALIST. UNDERWRITER. GENERAL UXDERV\'RITER. (SILAS F. SMITH & SON') 
FOUNDER OF THE SYRACUSE JOURNAL, (1844). U. S. PRESIDENT "SYRACUSE UNDERWRITERS" I90I 

INTERNAL REVENUE COLLECTOR, {1866-1869) 



r\ 





ROBERT RICHARDSON TUTTLE 

GENERAL AGENT NEW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA 

FOR SEVERAL FIRE INSURANCK COMPANIES AND 

PRESIDENT S^-RACUSE FIRE OFFICE 



EDUARD A. KHZGERALD 

CHIEF INSPECTOR UNDERWRITERS' ASSOCIATION OF 
NEW YORK STATE. ME.MBER OF EVERY COMMITTEE 
ON ELECTRICAL RULES IN THE UNITED STATES 



X(»T.\r.LI-: MICX OF CENTRAL Xi:\V YORK 





HERBERl" W. C.REENLAND 

OF H. \V. GREEM,.WD & SON 
INSURANCE 



EDWARD H. GREENLAND 

OF H. \V. GREENLAND & SON 
INSURANCE 




K.\l I'll S HoWEN 

nOWEN & PERRY 
GENERAL INSURANCE 



HERHl.K r J. I'l.RKV 

BOWEN & I'ERRY 
GENERAL INSURANCE 



iXOTAliLE MEN OF Ci<:.\'ri>JAL .\l-:\\" \'( )KK 



i8i 



W 





FREDERICK JOSEPH BASTABLE 

FIRE INSURANCE 



CHARLES W. DIBUIS 

GENERAL AGENT COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE 
COMPANY, I.IMITKD, OF LONDON 





CLAWSON BACHMAX CLARENCE l)H.LENBACK 

PRESIDENT AMERICAN MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE INSURANCE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. REPRESENTATIVE OF 

COMPANY AND THE PEOPLE'S MUTUAL LIFE NORTHWESTERN NAT. INS. CO. OF MILWAUKEE, WIS- 

INSURANCE ASSOCIATION CONSIN. MARYLAND CASUALTY' CO.MPANY OF BALTIMORE 



1 82 



XOTAI'.LE MKX OF CENTRAL XI-LW YORK 





SAMUEL T. BETTS 

REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS. PRESIDENT SYRACUSE 

FREE DISPENSARY. PRESIDENT CENTRAL NEW 

YORK HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY 



MAURICE S. GRAVES 

REAL ESTATE 




I). Will. M. I.AMCiAN 

REAL ESTATE. SUPERVISOR TOWN OK GEDDES 1884. FIRST 

SUPERVISOR 9Tn WARD SYRACUSE, 1887. SCHOOL 

COMMISSIONER OLD 4TII WARD IN 1897 




^MII'll 

H. S.MITH »c COMPANY, 
REAL ESTATE DEALERS 
HOME OFFICE NEW YORK CITY 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



183 





FREDERICK. BASTABLE, *i9oo 



JOHN CRAWIURI) REVMUN, *i902 

REAL ESTATE AND OWNER OF THE BASTABLE CAPITALIST AND REAF, ESTATE 

BLOCK 



t\ 




JOHN \V. TRUESDELL 

BANKER AND BROKER 
MEMBER CIL\MBRR OF COMMERCE 




FRANKLIN BAVLIS 

REAL ESTATE 



1 84 



NOT. Mil. K .MJ-:X OF CENTRAL .\i:W VoKK 





JOSKPH WILLIAM GARRETT 

RETIRED FARMER 



GEORGE WILLIAM CiARRETT 

AGENT ESTATE OF J. M. WIETING 





Horace s. van patten 

REAt. ESTATE BROKER 



FRED N. VAN PATTEN 

MRST NtORTGAGE INVESTMENTS 



NOTABLE MI-:X OF CENTRAL \IA\' M )\<K 



185 





JOHN IllME CRAIG 

MERCHANT. REAL ESTATE 
TRUSTEE VILLAGE OF SOLVAY 



VIRGIL WILLIAMS lULL 

FARMER AND REAL ESTATE 





DWIGHT B. WOODFORD 

REAL ESTATE AND INVESTMENT SECURITIES 



EUGENE li. GOODRICH 

REAL ESTATE AND INVESTMENT SECURITIES 



i86 



NOTAT.LE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





JOStFll 11. SAUNDKRS 

REM, ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE 
ClTi CLERK 1900 AND 19OI 



CHARLES A. FOX 

REAL ESTATE. INSURANCE. LOANS 





SA.NirKI. J. \ll KKIM.W, jK. 

real estate and promoter 

m\su;er bankers' mortgage comtaw 



HENRY 1). ANDREWS 

REAL ESTATE BROKER 



NOTAr.LE .MEN OF CEXTK.vE \I-:\V YORK 



187 





ERNEST ROLAND NLARKHAM 

REAL ESTATE 



HERHEKE W. NLARKHAM 

REAL ESTATE 





LESTER A. WURDEN 

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 



JAMES \V. CLARK 

REAL ESTATE BROKER 



iS8 



NOTABLE M1-:X OF CENTRAL NEW VoRK 





^ 



WILLIAM C;. LAPHAM, *i873 HARLOW W. CHITTENDEN, *i872 

SUPERINTENDENT NEW YORK CENTRAL RAILROAD GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R. 





FK.WK W. 1,\ I.KI.ir ()I.I\I;R I,. Jl.XKIXS 

ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT N. V. C. & IL R. R. R. DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT 

IHFI-AI.O, N. V. NEW VORK CENTRAL AND HUDSON RIVER RAILROAD 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW \i )\<K 



189 




SENECA KELLEY 




CHARLES F. MARKS 



DIVISION FREIGHT AGENT CLAIM AGENT 

NEW YORK CENTRAL & HUDSON RIVER R. R. CO. NEW YORK CENTRAL iV HUDSON RIVER RAILROAD 

WEST SHORE RAILROAD 





ANDREW JACKSON PHELPS 

SPECIAL FREIGHT AGENT 
N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R. 



FREDERICK SIBSON 

STATION PASSENGER AGENT 
N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R. 



IQO 



N'OTAr.LE MKX OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





HIRAM E. REEVE 



TICKET AGENT 

WEST SHORE RAILROAD 

\. Y. C. f^ H. R. R. R. CO., LESSEE 



ARTHUR P. YATES 

OFFICLXL PHOTOGRAPHER 
N. Y. C. .t H. R. R. R. 




Sri.J'in.N A. HKA\ ION, '1900 

GENERAL ENGINE DISPATCHER 
SEW YORK CENTRAL & H. R. R. R. 




|()11\ 1'. DorciLAS 

TRAVELING PASSENGER AGENT 
CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY 



NOTAliLE AIEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



191 





EDWARD G. CONNETTE 

VICE-PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER 
SYRACUSE RAPID TRANSIT RAILWAY COMPANY 



CLIFFORD DWIGHT BEEBE 

PRESIDENT AUBURN & SYRACUSE ELECTRIC 
RAILWAY COMPANY 





OLIVER MURRAY EDWARDS CHARLES BLAINE WARNER 

INVENTOR. MANUFACTURER OF RAILWAY DEVICES. WARNER-QUINLAN ASPHALT CO. TREAS. S'i'R., LAKESIDE 
PROPRIETOR THE O. M. EDWARDS COMPANY AND BALDWINSVILLE RWY. TREAS. AND SEC. THE HOTAL- 

ING WARNER CO. ASST. TREAS. SYR. IMP. CO., ETC. 



192 



XOTAP.L.E MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





WARREN HENRY CilRVIN JOHN E. BIERHARDT 

DIVISION SUPERINTENDENT CENTRAL N. Y. TEL. & MANAGER WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH OFFICE 
TEL. COMPANY. GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT EMPIRE 
STATE TEL. AND TEL. COMPANY 





] 



FRANK M. I'OI ri.K, JR. 1 KID IdKl \ \ AN SIN KE 

GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT SYRACUSE TELEPHONE ASST. SUPT. UTICA & MOHAWK VALLEY RY. FOR. ACT.,1 

COMPANY AND OPERATOR N. Y. ONT. & WESTERN RY. INS. SVR. RAP. 

TRAN. CO. AND SYR. LAKESIDE \ IIAI.DWINSVILLE RY. 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



193 





ALEXANDER MORRIS SMART, *i899 

COAL MERCHANT 



ALBERT FOWLER, 'li 

MERCHANT 





GEORGE L. NL-\YNARD, *i895 

UNDERTAKER 1871-1895. SHERIFF 1858-1860 
POSTMASTER APRIL 1863 APRIL 187I 



JOHN HOLULAN 
Retired 



194 



XOTAP.IJ-: MEX OF CEN'JRAL Xi-.W ^•()K1^ 




THOMAS W. C IIKSKBROUGH 

RETIRED 
RESIDENT SYRACUSE 66 YEARS 




HOYT HARVEY FREEMAN 

FIRST COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS. PRESI- 
DENT OF JAMESVILLE RESERVOIR ICE. COMPANY. 
MANUFACTURER OF SALT 





CHAS. S. I'lIAKlS 
COM, 1)1. \i,i;r 



ISAAC R. PHARIS, *i889 

SALT MANIKACTURER WD COM. DEALER 



NOTAIILI". Ml':.\ ()!• CENTRAL NEW YORK 



^|- 



'95 





WILLARD H. PECK 

FARMER. PRES. ONON. CO. MILK ASSO. PRES. 
IKURD TRUSTEES HOMEOPATHIC HOSPITAL 



JUH\ H. DRAKE 
CONTRACTOR 





GEORGE C. GERE, *i9oo DAVID M. GERE 

p PRES. 0\0\. CO. MILK ASSO. PRES. GEDDES .MANAGER OF GERE ESTATE. PROPRIETOR OF 

COARSE SALT CO. AGRICULTURIST. HEAV^' TEAMING STABLE 



I qC) 



XoTAl'.LE MKX OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





FILLMDRE M. SMITH 



CHARLES ADDISON HAMMOND 



MINING ENGINEER UNIV. OF MICH. 1868. SECY CLERGYMAN. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT 

AND SUPT. S. P. C. C, AND SEC'Y BUREAU OF LAW. AUTHOR. 

LABOR AND CHARITIES 





ROWLAND HILL C;.'\RDNI:R' 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY 
AT "jerry rescue" 



REIHEN wool), •1884 

ANGLER OF INTERNATIONAL REPUT.ATION. IN 
IIUSINESS NEARLY FIFTY YEARS 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL N1A\' \i )RK 



197 




WILLIAM B. BDYU 

RETIRED 
MANUFACTURER OF SALT. REAL ESTATE 




JEREMIAH F. BARNES 

RETIRED 

MANUFACTURER OF SALT. EX-ALDERMAN 

1ST WARD 





THOMAS MILTON DORWIN, Jr. 
P farmer 

EX-REGISTRAR VITAL STATISTICS 



THONL'\S MIL'ION DORNVIN, Sr., •i860 

FARMER 



i(>S 



NOTABLE MKX OF CENTRAL NEW YCJRK 





WILLIAM F. MORRIS 

I RES. MORRIS MACHINE WORKS, FIRST NAT'L. 
1!\NK, B'vII.LE light AND HEAT. CO., AND W. F. 
MORRIS PUBLISHIXG CO., BALDWINSVILLE, N. Y. 



WINDSOR MORRIS 

VICE-PRES. MORRIS MACHINE WORKS, 
BALDWINSVILLE, N. Y. 





WII, I.I.AM (,.\l 
TRKASIRKR 



\ IK il.liRooK 

STANDARD GAUGE .VI ANUKACTURING 
COMPANY 



ARIIHR I Ki.DIRK' MINDV 

SECRETARY AND .MANAGER STANDARD GAUGE 
M A N U FACTURI NG CO.M PA NY 



II 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW V( )RK 



igy 





WILLIAM COLLINS BUELL 

GENERAL MANAGER SYRACUSE ARMS CO. 



HENRY JAMES SIEVENS 

CASHIER OF SYRACUSE ARMS CO. SEC'y AND 
TREAS. ASPHALTINA CONSTRUCTION CO. 





HlNTINcnON B. CROUSE 

PRESIDENT, SECRETARY AND TREASURER 
CROUSE-HINDS ELECTRIC CO. 



CHARLES HENRY IHOMFSON, *i902 

ELECTRICAL CONTRXCTOR AND DEALER IN ELEC- 
TRICAL SUPPLIES 



Xt )1A1;1.I". MI'.X ( >F CENTRAL X1-:W YoRK 





CHARLES E. LIFE, *i895 

MECHANICAL ENGINEER 



WILLARI) C. LIFE 

MECHAXICAI. ENGINEER 
MANAGER OF C. E. I.IPE ESTATE 




III:NR^ \. lURILWS 

PRESIDENT 
nURHANS K- ni.ACK HARDWARE CO. 




JERROLI) \\1LLL\M BLACK 

V.-P. AND SECT'V OI the IU RHANS At BLACK CO. IQI 

V.-P. SYRACUSE HARDWARE Ol. EX-PRES. 
OF N. Y. STATE JOBUERS ASSOCIATION 



NOTABLE AIEX OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



20 1 





DAVID D. GREGORY, *i9oi 

WHOLESALE HARDWARE 



DAVID D. GREGORY, Jr. 

WHOLESALE BROKER AND MANUFACTURERS' AGENT 





I EMERSON JOEL EDDY, *i9oi GEORGE \V. EDDY 

' V/HOLESALE A\D RETAIL HARPWARE, blUVtS, ETC. WHOLESVLE AND RKTAII. HARDWARE, STOVES, ETC. 

STORAGE WAREHOUSE STORAGE WAREHOUSE 



202 



Xo'lAMLE MEN UF CENTRAL NEW VoRK 





CHARLES HUWARD KNAPP 

TREASURER SWEETS STEEL CO. 



JOHN WILLIAM NL'\XWELL 

GKNERAI, MANAGER SWEET'S STEEL CO. 





IIAKOLI) H rill.k Sl'i:\'LXS 
sixri:t\rv sweep's steel co. 



WNL IL HARRIS 

SL'F'T. OF STRAIJHT I.INE FOUNDRY 



XOTAl'.LE MEN OF CENTRAL NIAV VoRK 



203 





JOHN FLETCHER PEASE 

PATENTEE AND MANUFACTURER. VICE-PRES. 
J. F. PEASE FURNACE CO. 



SAMUEL STEPHENS, *i895 

SECRETARY J. F. PEASE FURNACE CO. 





CHARLES 1). HOWARD 

PRES. SYRACUSE HEATER CO., WARM AIR 
FURNACES AND COMBINATION HEATERS 



\\ILLLAM N. TOBIN 

HEATING, VENTILATING AND PLU.MBING 



204 



XUTAULE MEX OF CENTRAL NEW M )RK 





MATTHEW C. REDDIN, *i902 

FOUNDER WD PRESIDENT OF THE REDDIN IRON 
WORKS 



THOMAS DICKSON 

BOILER MANUFACTURER 





(;eor(;e i.. mack 

MACK liROTIIERS 
MANUFACTURERS OF STEAM BOILERS 



JAMES L. MACK 

MACK BROTHERS 
MANUFACTURERS OF STEAM BOILERS 



NOTABLE AIEN OF CENTRAL X1A\' YORK 



20 = 





FRANK SHAW 

PRESIDENT SHAW COUPLING COMPANY 



ELIJAH U. SCUVILLE 

MANUFACTURER OF HARDWARE SPECIALTIES, 
MANLIUS, N. Y. 





CHARLES E. MILLS 

PROPRIETOR 
MILLS OIL CO. OIL MERCHANT 



FRANCIS ERNEST ENCJELHAROT, Ph.D. 

ANALYTICAL AND CONSULTING CHEMIST. MILK 

INSPECTOR AND CHE.MIST SYRACUSE BOARD OF 

HEALTH FOR 23 YEARS 



2oC^ 



XOTAT.LE MKX OF CKXTKAL Xi:\\" \( )R 





WARREN S. FURINGTON 

PRES. CF.NTRAI. CITY BOI.T CO., S-i-RACUSE FAUCET 
AND VALVE CO., AND MORMNGSIDE CEMETERY 



HENRY H. BUGGS 

BOGGS & CLARKE 
MANUFACTURERS uF PUMPS, ETC. 




CONK \I) HKI.I I S( IIW I K III 

ItRI-rrSCIlWF.RTII &.- LIsTMAN 

SYRACUSE POrrERY CO. PRES. NORTH SlOE 

BUSINESS ASSOCI\TION 




MKIIAI.I. K. HAVES 

SALT M VNl 1 ACTURER 



NOTABLE MEN ( )E CEXTKAE XIAV YORK 



207 





HERBERT S. FLLMER 

TREASURER SYRACUSE TIME RECORDER COMPANY 



CHARLES L. PALMER 

SECRETARY SYRACUSE TIME RECORDER CO. 




LITHER L FOSTER 

MANAGER 

SYRACUSE STONEWARE CO., MANUFACTURERS 

STONE\V.\RE, SEWER PIPE, FIRE BRICK 




RK'HAKI) MOOKK CASS 

CASHIER 
SYRACUSE STONEWARE COMPANY 



208 



XoTAr.LI-: MEX OF CENTRAL XI-:\V VoRK 





HENRY SCHMEIiR 

HENRY SCHMEER MFG. CO. 
PAPER BOX MANUFACTURERS 



CHARl.KS J. FIQlKr 

PROPRIETOR 
THE PIQUET BOX COMPANY 




CH.ARLKS LAWREXC E JORDAN 

MANUFACTURER OF PAPER BOXES 




HERBERT J. LEIGHTON 

MIXMWICAI. ENGINEER 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



209 





T. SPENCER Wm INALL, *i9oi 

FINE HARNESS AND SADDLERY 



WILLIS B. WHIIXALL 

T. S. WHITNALL's SON" 
FINE HARNESS AND SADDLERY 





FRANK C. SMITH 

UMBRELLA MANUFACTURER 



JAMES T. SMI I'H, *i9oi 

PIONEER UMBRELLA MANUFACTURER 
ESTABLISHED IN 1856 



2IO 



NOTABLE MEX OE CENTRAL N1A\ \()kK 




AI.HIIKI 1.. BRCJfKWAY 

ARCHITECT 

FELLOW OF THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF 

ARCHITECTS 




1^ 



('HARLES DAMS WILSEV 

ARCHITECT 





CIIARIIS ICKASIIS Col.roX 
ARCHITECT 



c'i.i\r(i\ (. liKowx 

GLASS, IIARDWARi: 

I'AINTS, AND MANUFACTIR|;R OK ORNAMENTAL 

FENCES 



NOTAT.LE MEX OF CENTRAL \i:W VokK 



21 I 



^ 




EMIL M. ALLEWELT 

ARTIST 

FIGURE AND DECORATIVE DESIGNER AND PAINTER 

E. M. ALLEWELT & BROTHER 




FRANK J()SI:PH ALLEWELT 

DECORATOR AND FINISHER 
E. M. ALLEWELT A: BROTHER 





CHARLES LORINC; ELLIULT, *i8i2-r868 

ARTIST, PORTRAIT PAINTER 



LOnS MERZ 

FRESCOING, PAINTING AND DECORATING 



212 



XoTAI'.LI-: MKX OF CENTRAL Xi:\\ \"( )RIv 




GEORCJE DEMING GRANNIS 

GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND MANUFACTURER 



MARLIN RUliERr GRANNIS 

GENERAL CONTRACTOR 
DEPUTY COMMISSIONER PUBLIC WORKS, I902-3 




( IIAKI.IS W . (,KAN\IS 

GENERAL Cr)\TRACTOK 



J(»ll\ MooKH I 

CONTRACTOR. REALH OWNER. BUILDER AND ^ 

OWNER "THE MOORE" APART.MENTS 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEU" V, ,rk 



213 




JAMES HITNTER 

RETIRED 
MANN & HUNTER, LUMBER MERCHANTS 




ENOCH MANN, *,S99 
(mann & hunter) 
lumber merchants 




AMOS L. MASON, *i902 
contractor 




SAMUEL HIRST, *i903 

GENERAL CONTRACTOR 



-'14 



XoTAI'.Ll-: -A[i:\ *'l- CKXTRAL XI'.W ^"( "UK 




DANIEL O'BRIEN 

O'BRIEN & HOOLIHAN 
GENERAL CONTRACTORS 





(.l.()K(.I. AI.IRl 1) l.l.W'IS 
RUSTON A- I.KWIS. IllII.DKRS 



THOMAS O'BRIEN 

CONTRACroR AM) Rl II.OKR 



xoTAiiLi': .Mi-:x OF CEX'iuAL xi-:w '^-okK 



Jl 





HENRY J. KVAX 

MASOX, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR 



THOMAS LKAMY 

GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND BUILDEX 




CHARLES H. RAYXUR 

* CANAL AND GENERAL CONTRACTOR 



THOMAS F. Mt)ORE 

GENERAL CONTRACTOR 



2l6 



XoTM'.LK -MEX OF CENTRAL NEW ^■()KK 





HENRY FUNDA 

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER 



JOHN MICHEL 

MASON AND CONTRACTOR 




l.oriS I.OIIMANN 

MASON CONTRACTOR 

AI.DHRMAN OF 3RD WARD 




GEORGE MAHI.l.RWEIN 

CARPENTER AND BUILDER 

PRESIDENT BOARD TRUSTEES FIRST ENGLISH 

MTIIKRAN CIIIRCII 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW \n\<K 



21 





HENRY C. REIMERS 

BUILDER AND CITY ASSESSOR 



LlCIl S DRAKE HI LBERT 

CONTRACTOR 





BE\JA\HN RUSTON 

SUPERINTENDENT 
ADAMANT PLASTER CO. 



FREDERICK T. LESIRANGE 

CONTRACTOR AND BUU.DKR 



jiS XoTAr.LK MEX OF CEXTRAL XICW \'()RK 





WILLIAM H. GUUGH 

ALMSTEAD-GOUGH ELECTRICAL CO. 



RAY M. COKNWELL 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 
ELECTRIC MACHINERY 





Wll I.IAM \ AN W A(,()\I,K, M. K. 

M\\\f.ER CENT! K> MOIOR VKIIICLK CO. 



IK.WK I). IIAI.I, 

."NTTERV M\KI.R WO GLNERVL WOOD WORKMAV 



I 



XOTAIILK :\I1-:X OF CEXTI^Al. Xl-W NoRK 



J19 




FRKDERICK S. ROGERS 

ROCKRS & HILTON' 
EI.ECTRICAI. CONTRACTORS 



JAMES S. HILTUN 

ROGERS & HILTON 
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 




BENJAMIN F. REDNER 

CENTRAL CITY ROOFING CO. 

CONTRACTOR FOR ROOFING AND ASPHALT 

FLOORING 




LEWIS M. SHERIDAN 

CENTRAL CITY ROOFING CO. 

CONTRACTOR FOR ROOFING AND ASPHALT 

FLOORING 



220 



XOTAIILI: Mi:X OF CENTRAL XKW" YuRK 





JOHN H. MANN, *i892 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER 



GEORGE H. MANN 

OF JOHN H. MANN' & CO. 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS 





ri.ri.K c. i:\ANS 

JOHN H. MANN & CO. 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS 



AMOS S. C'o.W, "1887 

WHOLESALE GROCER 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW \()\<\s 



221 





CHARLES H. PAPWORTH 

IMPORTER AND RETAILER OF GROCERIES 



FRANK L. WALRATH 

F. I,. WALRATH & CO. 
WHOLESALE GROCERS 




JAMES A. BROWN, *i902 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCFLWT 



CORNELIUS LINEHAN, *i900 

MONUMENTAL WORKS, 1854 TO I9OO 



222 



XOTAI'.LK Mi:.\ OF CENTRAL .\I-:W YORK 





ANDRKW JACKSON TIFFANY, *i897 

PRODLCK MERCHANT 



GEORCJE DWIGH r ALVORD. *i9oi 

WHOLESALE DEALER I\ MEATS 





IKWIN 1,1 C I \\ 1)1. (.OI.IA, •1900 

WHOLESALE DIALER 1\ TEA, COFFEE, AND SPICES 



CHARl.KS M. OSlioRN 

COFFEE AND SIMCE MILLS 



XDTAl'.LE .AlEX OK CEXTRAL X1-:\V \()\<K 





FRANK L. ANDREWS 

ANDREWS BROTHERS 



FREDERICK \V. CHESHIRE 

MANAGER KINCAN PROVISION CO. 





WM. E. ACKROYD 

GROCER 



WILLIAM MEAD KNAPP 
GROCER 



224 



XOTAr.LK MEX OF CENTRAL NEW ^'( )RK 




ALFRED WALRATH 

GROCER 

\vai,rath's cash store 





CHARLES ARTHUR RICHARDSON 

MANAGER ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TEA CO. 




i 



DOMIMCK WDRI \\ RAFILKrV 

MANAGER THI G. li. HAMMOND CO. 
WHOLESALE BEEK AND PROVISIONS 



JAMES E. nuLAN 

NATIONAL PRESIDENT ANCIENT ORDER HIBER- 
NIANS IN AMERICA 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NIA\' YoRK 



--D 





WILLIAM H. H. SCOTT 

W. H. H. SCOTT & CO. 
PRODUCE DEALERS 



JACOB F. NT" ITER 

WHOLESALE MEATS 





CHARLES G. YOUNG 

PLUMBING AND HEATING 



ALFRED EMORY CRANE 

LIVERY AND EXPRESS 



226 



XOTAIUJ- MK\ (,F CI-XTRAL XEW VoRK 




FRANK EDMUND OlIERIN 
men's outfitter 

HATS WD FURNISHINGS 




JOHN DANIEL O'HERIN, »i9oi 

CITY ACCOUNTANT 




CHARLES MANSFIELD HEIM-I.L 

HATTHR AND FURNISHER 
VICE-PRESIDENT MVI.E HROTHERS STEEI. CO. 




CIlAKir.s I.l |)\\K; 

MERCHANT TAILOR 



NOTAr.LE MKX OF CENTK.M. .\i:w \i)\<K 





BYRU\ H. CLOW 

CREDIT MAN, WITH NEAL & HYDE 



CHARLES H. PUMMKR 

MANAGER BASTABI.E THEATRE AND GRAND 
OPERA HOUSE 





FRED THOMPSON BROOKS 

-V. Y. STATE AGENT SOUTHERN PACIFIC COM- 
PANY, PACIFIC MAIL S. S. COMPANY 



N. HO\\'ARI) WOOF 

PROPRIETOR WINCHESTER HOTEL 



228 



NOTAIUJ- MEN OF CENTRAL NI-:W ^•()KK 




HERBERT CLARENCE WATTS 

OPTICIAN 





S. HUBHELL, 1). D. S. 

DENTAL SURGERY. SPECIALIST 




HARRY W. WEED WILLIAM ALONZC) ABEL 

PHYSICIANS^ SUPPLIES, SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IS GUNS AND ' 

FISHING TACKLE |il^ !( 



PRESIDENT H. \V. WEED COMPANY 



NOTABL1-: MEN OF CENTRAL XRW YORK 



229 





ORSON LEROY SACKETT 

BOOKSELLER^ STATIONER AND ENGRAVER 



WILLIAM Y. FOOTE 

BOOKSELLER 





BENJAMIN J. HENLEY 

ONONDAGA SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL CULTURE. 
VICE-PRESIDENT HENLEY BUSINESS COLLEGE 



CHARLES EDWARi:) LAWRENCE 

SUPERINTENDENT INTERNATIONAL CORRESPOND- 
ENCE SCHOOLS OF SCR ANTON, PA. 



230 



X(JTAiJLE M1-:X Ui- CLXTRAL Xl-:\\ YdRK 





HENRY MORTON CHASE 

PRESIDENT 
:HASE & SMITH CO., PIANOS, ORGXNS AND MUSIC 



ANDREW JOHNSON SPEICH 

ANDREW J. SPEICH & CO., PIANO DEALERS 





.\.\ii.s K ^A^EoR 

ARTIST 



EM\H:rr a. hi.nson 

Ml'SIC AND MUSICAL INSTRU.MEN TS 
REAL ESTATE 



xotai'.lp: .mex of central new VoRK 



231 





'IILESTON DAVIS SPRING 



FREDERICK HENRY SCHNEIDER 



MANAGER FIDELITl' MUTUAL LIFE IXSURAXCE WOOD CARVER. MOOEI.ER AND MANUFACTURER 

COMPANY OF PLASTIC RELIEF 





S. C. SrVDAM 

JEWELER AND WATCH-MAKER 
BALDWINSVILLE, N. V. 



CHARLES J. DALLEV 

BAKERY AND MERCHANT FOR 20 YEARS 
BALDWINSVILLE, K. Y. 



23-' 



XoTAl'.LI- Mi:X OF CKXTRAL XKW VoRK 





W 



FRANK BROWN 

BROWK & THORN 
DYERS AND CLEANERS 



WILLIAM E. THORN 

BROWN & THORN 
DYERS AND CLEANERS 





AI.l XAMH.K SMI III 

STI \\1 CXRI'KT CLEANING. KINE RIG 
LACE CURTAIN WORKS 



ii.\KK\ M. Kinr-R 

MANAGER FOR A. J. RIDER 
TENTS AND AWNINGS 



NOTAI'.LK MEN OF CENTRAL NEW V( )RK 



^35 



^ 





LOREX L. PATTERSON 

L. L. PATTERSOX & CD. 
FLOUR, FEED, GRAIX, HAY, ETC. 



HENRY T. HEIHERINGTON 

L. I,. I'AriERSOV & CO. 
FI.OUR, FEED, GRAIK, HAY, ETC. 





PATRICK JOSEPH JOHNSON 

SECRETARY OXON'DAGA COARSE SALT ASSOCIATION". 

SECRETARY AND TREASURER UNION COARSE 

SALT CO. AND WESTERN COARSE SALT CO. 



ROBERi" FL.\CiC; 

PROPRIETOR 
OF FLAGG'S STOREHOUSE 



-\u 



\()T.\i;li-. mi-.x uf central xew ^■< 'KK 





BEKF. \V. MUYER 

CARRIAGE MANUFACTURER 



MARTIN G. GROSSMAN 

MANAGER HARDWARE DEPARTMENT 
THE WOOD GLASS CO. 





Will lAM A. i'AKKlNSoN 

MASACIR \t\\\ .V IIIMER CO. 
LUMBER 



THEopniLis oiro 

\n\(;i;r oitwkir .v ck\ii;'s i imiu-r business 



NOTAIUJ-: MEN OF CENTRAL Xl-:\\' VoRK 



^iS 





RIDULPII 



BENDIXEN 



BENDIXEN TOBACCO COMPANY 
MANUFACTURERS OF TOBACCO 



EDWARD M. BKNDlXIiX 

BE\DIXF.N TOBACCO COMPANY 
MANUFACTURERS OF TOBACCO 





AUGUSTUS BLUM, *i893 

CIGAR MANUFACTURER 



& 



JAMES W. IFSUN 
PACKER LEAF TOBACCO 
BALDVVINSVILLE, N. Y. 



1 



-'3'' 



XOTAllLE MEN OF CENTRAL XI- W VoKK 





HARRV LEANDER DAVIS 

JOBBER IN BRONZE, IRON AND STONE 



CHARLES LUL IS AMOS 





CHARLES REV ERE DE KRESS 

EDITOR, AUTHOR AND COMPOSER 



CLARENCE CLEMEM" HE PUV 

PRINTER 
PUBI.ISIIER AMERICAN POULTRY ADVOCATE 



NOTABLE MEX OF CENTRAL NEW \n\<K 



257 





MICHAEL RYAN, *i895 

M. RYAN & SON 

UNDERTAKER 



CHARLl'lS PHELPS KVAN 

M. RYAN & SON- 
UNDERTAKER 





JOHN McCarthy 

OF JOHN MCCARTHY & SONS 
UNDERTAKER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR 



JAMKS <-,. \\1LLLA\LS. 'igos 

UNDERTAKER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR 



23<S 



XoTAI'.LK MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





FRANK C. WEN'Z 

EMBM.MER AND FU\ER.\L DIRECTOR 
SUPERVISOR 2ND WARD 1898 TO I903 



JOHN BAUER 

UNDERTAKER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR 





JACOB STRAUSS, 'iSf^S 

MERCUWT TAIIOR, CLYDE, N. V. 



I1AKK^ 1:. i:i)MONDS 

PHOHKIR AIMIIR, RVDERS STUDIO 



XOTAP.LE AfEX OF CENTRAL X1-:W ^■()RI^ 



239 





GEORGE BOVSEN 

FARMER 



WILLIAM A. BinSEN 

PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING 





C.EORtrK w. B()\si:n 

COMMERCIAL TRAVELER 



CHARLES A. FRANK 

VICE-PRESIDENT \ND TREASURER THE GEORGE 
ZETT BREWERY 



2-]0 



XOTAP.LE MEN OF CENTRAL X]-:W V( )KK 





f 



HERMAN HARTELS HERMAN BARTELS, Jr. 

RESIDENT BARTEI.S BREWING CO., SYR. COLD TREAS. SYR. COLD ST'GE CO., BARTELS BRG. CO., EDWARDS- 
STORAGE AND W. CO., LAKE SHORE MALTING CO., VILLE, PA., LAKE SHORE MALT. CO., AND CEN. N. Y. POT- 
AND BARTELS BREW. CO., EDWARDSVILLE, PA. TERY CO. PRES. CHEMUNG CON. BRG. CO., ELMIRA, N. Y. 





iII.^K^ ()(,l)l N IK I. KM AN 

SUPERINTENDENT SYRACUSE COLD STORAGE 
AND WAREHOUSE CO. 



AIIKAM llol I .\I.\N, D.D.S. 

SECT'Y .MONROE BREWING CO., ROCHESTER, N. Y. TREAS. 

CHE.MUNG CONSUMERS BREWING CO., ELMIRA, N. Y. 

MGR. MEDICO-MALT CO. SYRACUSE, \. Y. 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW VoKK 



J41 



H 





THOMAS RYAN 

MAYOR OF SYRACUSE 1883-1884-1885 

PRESIDENT AND TREASURER THOMAS RYAN'S 

consumers' BREWING CO. 



RICHARD GALE 

THOMAS RYAN'S CONSUMERS* 
BREWING CO. 





EDWARD ZAH.M 

VICE-PRESIDENT HABERLE CRYSTAL SPRING 
BREWING CO. 



JOSEPH FRANK FRHIDEL 

PAPER BOX MANUFACTURER 



242 



XOTAIU.K ^[KX OF CF.XTRAL XFAV YORK 





WILLIAM O'CONNER 

O 'CONNER & WITTNER 
PROPRIETORS "the KIRK BUFFET" 



JOSEPH \VI ITNER 

O'CONNER & WITTNER 
PROPRIETORS "the KIRK BUFFET' 





c;i;()R(;K i:. scih-kkkr 

HUB HOTI'.I. AND CAKE 



li:.\M)i:k (,.\le 

wines and i.iuuors for mi:dicinai. purposes 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



243 



¥ 





JAMKS MURRAY DOUGLAS, V. S. 

VETERINARY SURGEON' 



MARK HAMll.roN JAUKSON 

PRESIDENT 
HOME RHEUMATISM CURE COMPANY 





ALBERT E. WATERFIELD 

VILLAGE CLERK, SECRETARY WATER AND LIGHT 
BOARD, AND BOARD OF HEALTH, SOLVAY 



KEZEKLAll K. Cl.ARK 

CHIEF POLICE, SOLVAY 
TOWN CLERK 



.\()T\i;l1': mi:x of central new york 





. 



ERASTUS B. PHILLIPS, XL D., *i887 HOWARD SOULE 

PHYSICIAN- AND SURGEON CIVIL ENGINEER 

PHII.I.IPS, BENTI.Y & CO., I.. S. PHILLIPS & CO., IN CHARGE OF CANAL, RAILWAY AND MUNICIPAL 
E. B. PHILLIPS & SON, HIDES AND LEATHER PUBLIC WORKS FROM 1 847 TO 1 894 




LAW loX (..MEN 

RETIRED 

CIVIL ENGINEER AND Sl'RVEVOK. R\Il.RO\» 

CONSTRUCTOR WD f;EM-RAL MANAGER 




LEONARD C Al IN, *i784-i878 

PIONEER SETFLER 
FARMER 



i 



XOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW ^■()RK 



^45 



P 





CHARLES C. COLE 

MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY 1895-1896 

INTERNAI, REVENUE COLLECTOR 2IST DISTRICT 

OF NEW YORK 



PEI'ER E. GARLICK 

COLLECTOR INTERNAL REVENUE 2IST DISTRICT 
OF NEW YORK 





ROBERT NLALCOLM BEECHER 

CHIEF DEPUTY COLLECTOR INTERNAL REVENUE 
2 1ST DISTRICT OF NEW YORK 



NLvniiEw J. McCarthy 

SUPERVISOR OLD 5TH WARD 1889 TO 1 892 

DEPUTY SURVEYOR OF CUSTOMS PORT 

OF SYRACUSE 



246 



X( )'!\\i'.LI-: MI-.X ol'" Cl-:.\'rkAl. XKW VoRh 





CHARLES W. C. HOWE 

CHIEF CI.F.RK RAILWAY MAIL SERVICE 



EDWARD M. BUSTWICK 

SUPERINTENDENT CITY DELIVERY, SYRACUSE 
POSTOFFICE 





SPFCI 
I. ATE PR 



IKW'IN 1. MASON MOSES D. RIHIN 

AI. EXWIINER U. S. PENSION' BUREAU SUPERVISOR, CHAIRMAN ONON. CO. BUILD. COM., FORMER jm. 
PRIVATE CO. "C" 291H OHIO VOL. INF. CHIEF OFFICE DEPUTV U. S MARSHAL, NORTH. DIST. N.Y. 

VICE-PRES. JEWISH ORPHAN ASYLUM WESTERN N. Y. 



NOTAllLE MEN OF CENTRAL XICW VokK 



-'47 



H 





FRANK E. PUTTER 

DEPLT\' COLLECTOR INTERNAL REVENUE 2 1ST 
DISTRICT NEW YORK. RESIGNED 1903 



JACOB SEHL, *i9oi 

OVERSEER OF THE POOX 





FREDERICK DAVID TRAUB 

CONTRACTOR 
MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY 2ND UNONDAGA DISTRICT 



MARTIN LAW KKNC E C ADIN 

MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY 3RD ONONDAGA UlSIRICT, 
NEW YORK 



248 



XOTAI'.LI". .Ml-:.\ OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





CHAS. R. WRKiHT 

CHIEF OF POLICE 






PHILIP ECKEL, *i886 

CHIEF FIRE DEPARTMENT 1864-1877, AND l88l- 
1886. MEMBER ENGINE CO. NO. 4 1847-1854 





THOMAS MULHOLLANI), •1894 

APPOINTED CHIEF POLICE 1861. POLICE 
JUSTICE 1876 UNTIL DECEASED 



ERASMUS PELLENZ 

FIRE MARSHAL 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL XIA\' \nR\ 



-'49 



n 





CHARLES LISTMAN 

COM. OF PUBLIC SAFETY. COAL DEALER. DIR. 
SALT SPRINGS BANK AND WOODLAWN CEME- 
TERY. ICE DEALER FOR 33 YEARS 



CLARK H i:\RV NOR ION 

PRESIDENT BOARD OF ASSESSORS. SENIOR 
VICE-COMMANDER DEF'T. OF NEW YORK, C. \. R. 





I 



AUGUST STEINBICKER 

ASSESSOR 1 898- 1 902 
SECRETARY TO BOARD OF ASSESSORS 



HENRY SCllUARZ 

OVERSEER OF POOR 



250 



XOTAT.LE MEN OF CEXTKAL .\i:\\ VoRK 





FRANK W. J'RAUGOTT 

CIT\' TREASURER 
UNDERTAKER AND lURNITURE DEALER 



BEx\ WALLACE ROSCOE 

EX-CIT\- TREASURER 
WHOLESALE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 





CHARLES C. WHEELER 

DEPUTE' CITi' TREASURER 1896-1902 



c;e()Rc;e j. meez 

AIM>()I\TED MESSENGER COMMON COUNCIL 189^, 
CITY CLERK 1899. REAPPOINTED I902 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 251 





FRANK JUSTUS SCHNAUBER 

CITY ENGINEER 



HENRY T. BEACH 

CIVIL ENGINEER 
ASSISTANT CITV ENGINEER 





t.EURCJE H. BEEBE 

civil, ENGINEER 
ASSISTANT CITY ENGINEER 



WILLIAM IIELMSTETTER 

DEPUTY COMMISSIONERS OF CHARITIES 



252 



XoTAr.LR MKX C )1" CKXTRAL XKW YORK 





CHAS. C. HANCHETT 

MASTER PLUMBER 
HEALTH COMMISSIONER 1889-1895 



DAVID CAMPBELL 

SUPERINTENDENT OK PARKS 





JAKI 1) W. WK'KES 

ASSESSOR 1890-1902 
DEPUTY ITRE MARSHAL 



JOHN C. KRAIZ 

(.RLMIVVL Oll'UrV SllLKIll ONONDACA CO. 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL XIA\' ^■()RK 



-?3 





THOMAS 1). HAVEN 

DEPUTi' COMMISSIONER 
PUBLIC WORKS I9OO-19OI 



WILLIAM \y. C ROSSETT 

STATIONER AND PRINTER 
ALDERMAN I3TM WARD 





JOHN S. CiOTRLEY 

TRUSTEE EASTWOOD 1895, PRES. VILLAGE 1896. TRUSTEE 

SCHOOL DIST. NO I4, DEWITT, 5 YEARS, POLICE JUSTICE 

1 YEAR, POSTMASTER 4 YEARS, EASTWOOD, N. Y. 



GEORGE \\. SCHILLV 

GROCER 
SCHOOL COMMISSIONER 



254 



XoTAl'.Ll-: MKX OF CENTRAL XIAV VoRK 





DELOSS MANZER 

HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER 
VILLAGE OF SOLVAY 



HUBBARD MAXZER 

MERCHANT AND POSTMASTER 
TOWN OF GEDDES FROM 1866-188 





WII.I.IAM CROSS 

GROCER 

TRUSTEE OF THE VILLAGE OF SOLVAY 



JAMKS 1". \IA III i:\VS 

COAL DEALER 
TRUSTEE VILLAGE OF SOLVAY 



NOTAl'.LE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



'■o:> 





RICHARD A. YOE 

FIRST CITY CLERK OF S'i'R. 1848. SUPT. ERIE CANAI. 

1849-185O. VOL. FIREMAN 1832. AGT. AND MGR. FOR 

30 YEARS OF AUSTIN MYERS ESTATE 



JOHN M. SIRoNc; 





FRANCIS HALL 

MANUFACTURER 



JAMLS HICKS RLDWAV 

RETIRED AGRICULTURIST 

COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS 

JUSTICE OF THE PE \CE, OTISCO, 1864-1886 



2^6 



Xo'lWr.l.l-: MEN OF CKX'IKAL XI-.W \()KK 





5rig.-Ge\. EDWIN VOSE SUMNER, *i796-i863 Gen. JOHN J. PECK, *i82i-i878 

BRIG.-CEN. 2ND CORPS U. S. ARMY OF THE POTO- BRIGADIER-GENERAL U. S. ARMV. VETERAN 

MAC. VETERAN MKXICVN AND INDIXN WARS MEXICAN AND CI\II, WARS 





Brig-C;en. S.AMl KI, S. SIMNKR 

D LIEUT. 5TH CAV. 1861. 1ST LIEUT. 1862. CAP. 1864. 
\J. 8th CAV. 1879. LIEUT.-COL. 6th CAV. 1891. COL. 
1896. BRIG-GEN. 1898. COM. DEF'T. .MINDANAO 



Brig-Ckn. I.DWIX \()SK SIMNER 

RETIRED 

COM. DEPT. COLO. AND MO. 2ND I.IELT. 1ST CAV. l86li 

1ST LIEUT. 1861. MAJ. VOL. 1863. MAJ. 1864. LIEUT.- 

COIONEL U. S. ARMV 1865 



NOTABLE MEX ()E CENTRAL NEW YORK 



^57 





Maj.-Ge\. henry WARNER SLOCUM, Ces. GUST.W IS SNIPER. *i836-i894 

*l827-l894 CAPT. "MONROE CADETS" 1859-60. CGI.. 185TH REG. N.Y. 

MAJOR-GENERAL U. S. VOLS. MEMBER 4IST, VOLS. BEV.-BRIG.-GEN. 1865. MEM. LEG. 187O-1873. CO. 
42ND, 48TH CONGRESSES CLERK 1883-1886. COL. INT. REV. 1873-1876 





CoL. GEORGE H. ROACH 

LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 28TH INFANTRY V. S. A. 



HENRY H. BENHANf 

CAPTAIN 2ND U. S. INFANTRY. MAJOR AND 
CHIEF ORDNANCE OFFICER VOLUNTEERS 



2-^S 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





Maj. THEODORE LEWIS POOLE, *i900 J. DEAN HAWLEY 

:ap. and brev.-maj. 1220 regt. u. s. vols, pension jeweler 1845-1892 

vct. n. sc w. dist. of n. y. 1879-1889. mem. 54th registry clerk, syracuse postoffice. brig.-gem. 
cong. com. department g. a. r. n. y. s. 1 892 loth brigade n. g. s. n. y., civil war 





CoL. JOHN (;. lUITLER EDWARD DRAKE 

:ASn SYR. W. W., CAPT. and or. first CO. WEST OF AL- STONE AND HARDWARE 

JANY IN CIV. WAR. PRO. TO LT.-COL. AND COL. 147TH 2ND LIEUT., 1ST LIEUT., CAPTAIN AND MAJOR 

«I.Y.IN. CAPT. 41 C. N. G. 3RD REG. N.Y.T. SPAN-AM. WAR IN CIVIL WAR. COUNTY TREASURER 1888-189O 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL Xi:\V YORK 



259 




WILLIAM THOMAS GRAY 

WINDOW GLASS MANUFACTURER- 
AND DEALER 




ALFRED 



lAVLoR 



ARCHITECT 
ASSOCIATE AMER. INST. OF ARCHITECTS. .MANA- 
GER SYR. OFFICE BENSON & BROCKWAY' 



f\ 





WILLIAM HENRY DIETS 

MANUFACTURER OF CARRIAGE WHEELS 
PROPRIETOR CENTRAL CITY WHEEL WORKS 



JAMES FLAM" 

BUYER 
SOLVAY PROCESS CO.MPANY 



_'<)0 



XOTAT.LE MEX OF CENTRAL XIAV YORK 





I'lllLll' ZENNER 

JOB AND MANUFACTURING 
nniSERV, UNDERWEAR, NOTIONS, ETC. 



DAVID ZENNER 

ZENNER BROS. 

JOB AND MANUFACTURING 

HOISERY, UNDERWE.AR, NOTIONS, ETC. 





Ei:()P()ED ZENNER 

ZENNER BROS. 

JOB AND MANUFACTURING 

HOISERV. UNDERWEAR, NOTIONS, ETC. 



JOSEPH ZENNER 

ZENNER BROS. 

JOB AND MANUFACTURING 

HOISERY, UNDERWEAR, NOTIONS, ETC. 



NOTAIiLI-: MEX OF CKXTRAL XEW YORK 



261 




NATHAN ZENNKR 

ZENNER BROS. 

JOB AND MANUFACTURING 

HOISERY, UNDERWEAR, NOTIONS, ETC. 




JAMES LANZETTA 

ITALIAN INTERPRETER 
STEAMSHIP TICKET ACEVT, BANKER AND BROKER 




CHARLES HENRY S'l'EPHEN'S 

YARD MASTER 
D. L. & \V. R. R. 




HERBERE B. STEPHENS 

GENERAL YARD .MASTER 

N. Y. C. & H. R. R. CO. 

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSIONER 



262 XOTAP.LE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





WILLIAM H. AVERY 

FARMER 



ARTHUR HENRY .\L\RSCHER 

MECHANICAL ENGINEER 





FRANK H. LorcJHLIN L L. R. MINOR 

REAL ESTATE CFNTRAI, CITV' ENGRAVING AND ELECTROri'PING 

l'Ri:siI)ENT CENTURY CANCELLING MACHINE CO. COMPANY 



NOTABLE MEN 

of CENTRAL NEW YORK 



Auburn 



XIX AND XX CENTURIES 



DWIGHT J. STODDARD. Publisher 
1903 



204 



XOTAr.LE MEX OF CENTRAL .\i:W VoRK 




Rev. JOHN BRAINARI), D. 1). 

RECTOR OF ST. PETER'S CHURCH ( EPISCOl' \l, > 





Rev. CHARl.KS HAWLKV, IX D., *i8i9-i885 Rrv. WILLIAM 11I.^K^ IHlili.XRl), D. D., 

I'ASrOR FIRST PRESBYTERIAN- CHURCH FOR 28 YEARS LL. D. 

P\SI(IR lIRSr PKi;SI(V I IRIW CHIRCH 



NOTAP.LE MEN ()!• Cl-LXTUAL .\i:\\ N'oKK 



-'^•5 





Rev. JOHN J. HICKEY 

RECTOR OF THE CHURCH OF THE HOI.Y FAMILY 



Rev. WILLIAM MILHFIRON 

RECTOR ST. MARV'S CHURCH 





M 



Rev. JOHN J. McGRATH 

RECTOR ST. ALOYSIUS' CHURCH 



Rev. FRKDEKK'K W. PALNHIR, D. D. 

PASTOR OF CEVTRAI. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 



266 



XoTAULl-: MEN OF CENTRAL Nl-:\\' YORK 





F.v. CIEORC;!-: BLACK. STEWART, D. D., LL. D. 

PRESIDENT OK AUBURN THEOI.OGICAI, SEMINARY 



Rev. henry M. BUOTH, D. D, LL. D.* 
president of auburn theological seminary 

1893-1899 





Riv. RANSOM B. WKI.Cll, I). I)., I.I. IX* Riv. EZRA A. IHN'ri Nc; ION. D. D.. I.E. D. 

ASTOR CHURCHES IN CILBOA, CATSKII.I. & ALBION, N. Y. *l8l3-I90I 

PROK. RHET., I.(X;iC & ENG. LIT., UNION COL. 1866-76. PROFESSOR OI BIBLICAL CRITICISM IN \UBURN 

I'ROr. CHRIS. THEOI.. MB. THE<). SEM. 1876-9O THEOLCKIICAI. SEMIVXRV 



NOTADLl": MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



267 



" 





Rev. JAMES STEVENSON RIGGS, D. D. Rev. WILLIS JUDSUN BEECHER, D. D. 

PROFESSOR OF BIBLICAL CRITICISM IN AUBURN PROFESSOR OF HEBREW LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 
THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 





Rev. EDWARD WAITE MILLER, D. D. 

PROFESSOR OF CHURCH HISTORY IN AUBURN THEOLOGICAL 
SEMINARY 



Ri;v. B I. I\ES. D. D. 

RETIRED 



268 



NOTABLE .Mi:X OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





I 



CHARLES CHAUNCEY DWIGHT* ADELBERT P. RICH 

.ISTICF. SUPREME COURT, STATE OF NEW YORK, 1868- JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT, STATE OF NEW YORW 
[901. COLONEL 160TH NEW YORK 1863. PROVOST 
JUDGE NEW ORLEANS UNDER GEN. BUTLER 





JOHN DUBOIS TELLER 

LAWTER 
RROGATE CAYUGA CO. 18S4-1890. VICE-F'RES. AUBURN 
HEO. SEMINARY. VICE-I'RES. AUBURN CITY HOSPITAL 



ADOLPHIJS HAWXHURST SEARING 

CAYUGA COUNTY JUDGE 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



269 





SERENO ELISIIA PAYNE BENJAMIN MARIIN WILCOX 

fAYNE, VAN SICKLE AND PAYNE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW STATE SENATOR 39TH DISTRICT, CAYUGA AND SENECA 
MEMBER OF CONGRESS SINCE 1883 COUNTIES 

TRUSTEE CAYUGA COUNTY SAVINGS BANK 




GEORGE BRINKERHOFF TURNER 

TURNER Sc KERR, ATTORNEYS 
SURROGATE CAYUGA CO. 1889-190! 
TRUSTEE CAYUGA CO. SAVINGS BANK 




GEORGE WEBS lER NELLIS 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY CAYUGA COUNTY' 1894-19OO 
CAPTAIN SPANISH AMERICAN WAR 1898 



2 TO 



XOTAP.LE MEX OF CENTRAL XEAV YORK' 





LAVERN A. PIERCE 

I.AUVER. CITY ATTORNEY 



JAMES W. HART 

JUDGE OF AUBLRV CITY COURT 





IKANKI.IX \).\\ WRlClir 

COUNSELOR AT LAW 



1)A\II) WKlCllir -1897 

LAWYER 



NOTAP.LE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YDRK 



271 



w 





CHARLES I. AVERY 
attorney; united states commissioner 



1R\1NG BACON 
attorney at law 





EUGENE CLARENCE AIKEN 

GREENFIELD & AIKEN 
LAWYERS 



FRANKLIN P. TABER 

LAWTER 



272 



\()rAi;Li-: mi-:x of central xkw york 





LOnS K. R. LAIRD 

ATTORNEY AT I.AW 



JOHN MORGAN BRAINARD 

ATTORNEY AT LAW 





ISAAC VAN MICK FI.ACJLER 

ORGANIST FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 
MUSICAL LECTURER CHAUTAUQUA ASSEMBLY 



CM N ION S. MARSH 

SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC SCHOOLS 



NOTAllLE .Ml£N OF CENTRAL XI-:\V V( )kK 



^7i 



V 





WILLIAM 



SEWARD* 



LAWYER, GOV. NEW YORK, U. S. SENATOR, SEC. OF STATE 

OF UNITED STATES i860- 1 8 68. BORN AT FLORIDA, N. W, 

M.W, 180I. DIED .AT AUBURN, N. Y., OCTOBER, 1872 



Gen. WILLIAM H. SKWARD 

WIl.I.IAM H. SEWARD & CO., BANKERS 
PRES. CAYUGA COUNTY' SAVINGS BANK 
PRES. CAYUGA COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY 





THEODORE M. POMEROY 

LAWYER, BANKER 

1ST VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE AMERICAN EXPRESS 

COMPANY 



HORACE COOK, *i897 

TREAS. CAYUGA COUNTY' FIFTY' YEARS 

PRES. CAYUGA CO. SAVINGS BANK 1881-97 

LAWYER 



^74 



X( )TA?.L1-: MEX OF CENTRAL XEW YORK 





EDWARD H. A VERY 

ESIDENT OF THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUBURN 



WILLIAM HENRY MEAKER 

TREASURER OF CAYUGA COUNTY SAVINGS BANK FROM ITS 
ORGANIZATION, FEBRUARY 1ST, 1865 








GEORc.i: IL NYE 

CAYUGA COUNTY N\l. HANK. I'RES. THE NVi; 
\AIT CARIM-T CO.. 1ST. VICE-PRESIDENT ANI) 
TREAS. A.MERICAN AXMINSTER INDUSTRY 



WILLL\M F. WALE 

VICE-PRF.S. AND MANAGER OF THE NYE & WAIT CARPET 

CO. PRES. WATER BOARD. FIRST VICE-PRES. CAYUGA 

CO. SAVINGS BANK 



\X)TABLE MKX OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 




EDWIN R. FAY 

EDWIN R. FAY & SONS, BANKERS 
PRESIDENT AUBURN SAVINGS BANK 




CVREXrS WIIKELER, Jr., *i899 

INVENTOR 

MAYOR OF AUBURN l88l-6 AND 1889-9O 

PRES. OF CAYUGA CO. SAVINGS BANK 1897-99 




FREDERICK ALLEN 

VICE-PRESIDENT THE NATIONAF. BANK OF AUBURN 
RETIRED BOOKSELLER 




HORACE R. WAIT 

.MERCHANT, CARPETS AND FURNITURE 

REAL ESTATE 

DIRECTOR CAYUGA CO. NATIONAL BANK 



271 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL XIAV YORK 





i:)AVID M. OSBORNE, *i822-i886 THOMAS MOTT OSBORNE 

3. D. M. OSBORNE & CO. MAYOR OF AUBURN 1879-80. PRES. D. M. OSBORNE & CO. MEM. BOARD OF EDUCATION' 

TRUSTEE AUBURN SAVINGS BANK, AUBURN CITY 1885-91 & 93-96. MAYOR OF AUBURN 1903-4. PRES. 

HOSPITAL AND SEY.MOUR LIBRARY GEORGE JUNIOR REPUBLIC ASS'N. TRUS. WELLS COLLEGE 





EDWIN I). MEICALF 

PRESIDENT COLUMBIAN CORDAGE COMPANY 
-PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER D. M. OSBORNE 
8c COMPANY 



CLINTON l)r(.;AI.I) MacDOUGALL 

PRESIDENT NEW BIRDSALL CO., MFRS. ENGINES, ETC. 
U. S. MARSHAL NORTHERN DISTRICT NEW YORK 



%1 






NOTABLE MEN OE CENTRAL NIA\- VoRK 



-// 





DAVID WADSWORTH 

SCYTHE AND KNIFE MANUFACTURER 



DAVID WADSWORIH, Jr. 

SCYTHE AND KNIFE MANUFACTURER 
MAYOR OF AURURN 1892-189/. 





WARREN CROCKER, *i824-i899 

SARTWELL, HOUGH & CROCKER, SHOE MANUFACTURERS 
VICE-PRESIDENT UEGMAN PIANO CO. 



DEXTER A. SMITH, 'igcx. 

HARDWARE MERCHANT 
MEMRER OF I.OYAl, LEGION 



278 



NOTAr.Ll- .MEX OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 




HUBERT L. ROMIG 

MASUFACTLRER 
TRUSTEE OF AUBURN SAVINGS BANK 



GE0RC;E WARNER EVERTS 

EVERTS BROTHERS AND POMEROY 
HARinVARE MERCHANTS 




C;Et)Rc;E FREDERICK WILLS 

CARR I AGE M A N UFACTURER 
PPESIDENT AUBURN BUSINESS ASSOCIAJION 

18(^3-1901 




JII,NR\ 



1)1 NMNC;, 



HARDWARE MERCHANT 
I.U'UT. UHEEI.ER R1FI.E3 



FRi 



NOTABLE !MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



279 





WILLIAM S. CHEESMAN, M. 1). 

SURGEO.s- AUBURN CITY HOSPITAL 
FELLOW N. V. ACADEMY OF MEDICINE, ETC. 



JOSEPH P. CRE\ ELINC;, A. M., M. D. 

REGENTS EXAMINER IN PATHOLOGY & DIAGNOSIS 

REG. PROFESSION FOR STATE OF \. Y. SURGEON 

TO AUBURN CITi' HOSPITAL, ETC. 





FREDERIC K HENRY PARKER, M. D. 

SURGEON AUBURN Cir\' HOSPITAL. E.X-HEALTH 

OFFICER. EX-PRES. BD. OF EDUCATION. EX-PRES. 

MEDICAL SOCIETY' CAYUGA COUNTY' 



FREDERKR <EFTC)N, M. D. 

CONSULTING NEUROI.IGIST AUBURN CITY HOSPI- 
TAL. MEMBER \MERICAN MEDICO-PSYCHOLOGICAL 
ASSOCIATION 



280 



X'OTADLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





OTIS H. BABBITT, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN- AND SURGEON TO HOME FOR THE 
FRIENDLESS 



JAMES MORRIS JENKINS, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 





ALLEN i:. BAKIK, M. I). 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 
GENERAL PRACTICE 



W II.I.IAM K. I.AIKI), M. n. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 
CAYUGA COUNTY CORONER 



NOTABLE MEX OF CENTRAL NEW \nKK 



281 





LEDRA HEAZLIT, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 



CORNELIUS ABRAHAM c;RC)()r, A. M . M. D. 

*i897 

ASSISTANT SURGEON I5TH NEW YORK ENGINEER CORPS 





CONANT SAWYER, M. D., *i84i-i898 EUGENE S. FORMAN. M. D., •1897 

PHYSICIAN & SURGEON TO AUBURN PRISON 1888- HEALTH OFFICER 12 YE \RS. VICE-PRESIDENT M EDI- 
1898. FOUNDER N. Y. STATE MEDICAL ASSO. CAL SOCIET\- CAYUGA COUNTV'. PENSION 

MEMBER N. Y. STATE MEDICAL SOCIETY EXAMINER 



282 



NOTABLE MEX OF CENTRAL N1A\' YORK 





1^ 



ALFRED F. HUDGMAN, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN & SURGEON". CCUI.IST & AURIST. EX-PRES. 

CAYLGA CO. MED. SOC. L.\TE CAPT. AND ASST. SURG. 

3RD REGT. N. Y. VOLS. 



ARTHUR H. BROWN, M. D. 

PHY'SICIAX AND SURGEON 
HEALTH OFFICER 





MOSKS M I K\l , M. I). 

IMIYSICIW AM) Sl^R(;nON 



CHARLES A. c;\\ ^ NX. M. W 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. SI RGEON HEI.MUTH 

HOSPITAL 1889-90. VICE-PRES. NEW YORK STATE 

MONirOPATIlIC MTDICAL SOCIETY I902 



NOTAi]LE .MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



-'83 





SYLVESTER WILLARl), M. D.* 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 



MARTIN L. WALLEV 

MAYOR OF AUBURN 1878-1879 
DRUGGIST IN AUBURN 50 YEARS 





JOHN SCHIRMAN FOWLER, *i902 

MAYOR OF AUBURN 1 866-67. STATE ASSESSOR 
1873-83. DEPUTY POSTMASTER 1891-1902 



JOHN c;. MARSHALL 

MANAGER AUBURN EXTRACT COMPANY 






284 



XOTAl'.LK MKX OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





JAMES HIRAM FOSTER JAMES FREDERICK ROSS 

ES. FOSTER, ROSS & BAUCUS DEPARTMENT STORE CO. VICE-PRES. FOSTER, ROSS & BAUCUS DEPARTMENT STORE ( 

ORGANIZED MARCH 30, 1899. INCORPORATED OCT. I, CO. ORGANIZED MARCH 30TH, 1899. INCORPORATED 

I90I. DIRECTOR BOARD OF TRADE OCT. I, I9OI 





WIII.IAM I, HAl'CrS 

C'V AND TREAS. FOSTER, ROSS & BAUCUS DEPARTMENT 
STORE CO.VIPANY. ORGANIZED MARCH JOTH, 1899. 
INCORPORATED OCT. I, 1901 



iii.NR^ 1). Ill rs 

SUPERINTENOIS I I.l-IIICH V AI.I.KY R. R. 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



285 





I 



DAVID WARNER BARNES 

D. VV. BARNES & SON 

CONTRACTOR 50 YEARS. MEMBER BOARD 

OF EDUCATION 1877-78-79 



WILBIR BARKER BARNES 

D. \V. BARNES & SON 

CONTRACTORS 

PRESIDENT MASONIC CLUB 



I 





JOHN L. ALNUTT 

CARPENTER, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER 
DIRECTOR OF AUBURN BUSINESS MEn'S ASSOCIA- 
TION. DIRECTOR Y. M. C. A. 



DANIEL M. BENNEIT 

STONE CONTRACTOR 

ALDERMAN 1888-9O, 189^-96. ACTING MAYOR 

1888. HEALTH COMMISSIONER 1896-I905 



i 



2.% 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 




LUTHER S. CJOODRICH 

BUSINFSS AND CONTRACTOR 50 YEARS. CIT\' 

COUNCIL 1867-1870. COUNTY BOARD 

1879-1889 





CLARENCE EVERTS GOODRICH 

STONE, LIME AND LUMBER MERCHANT 

COUNTY BOARD 1896-1899. CIVIL SERVICE 

COMMISSION 1895 




I 



!♦ 



(,i.()R(,K liAi.idi K s\\ i:i:ri\(; 

CONTRACroR 30 YEARS. HI ILDER OF ANNEALING 
OVENS AND AIR FURNACES 



jlLll S KKAFT 

HIDES, WOOL AND LEATHER 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



287 



^ 





BYRON CLARK SMITH 



LEWIS EDWIN LYON 



u 



INSURANCE. SECY AND TRUS. AUBURN CITi' GEN. INS. AND REAL ESTATE. PRES. AUBURN BOARD OF 
HOSPITAL. LIBRARIAN CAYUGA CO. HISTORICAL TRADE 1889-189O. DELEGATE TO WORLD'S JUBILEE CON. 

SOC. TRUS. SEYMOUR LIBRARY ASSOCLATION Y. M. C. A., LONDON, ENGLAND, JUNE, 1894 





I 



ALB ERE W. LAW'ION 

PRESIDENT THE LAWTON REAL ESTATE 
EXCHANGE 



EMME'EE RHODES 

GEN'L act. EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOC. CHAIRMAN 

LEGISLATIVE CO.M. NATIONAL ASS'N LOCAL FIRE INS. 

AGENTS. PRES. CIVIL SERVICE CO.M. 1898-1902 



j8S 



XoTAI'.Ll-: MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YuRK 




LOREN A. COLTON 

SHERIFF CAYUGA COUNTY 
SUPERVISOR 1880-86 




i 



J. LEWIS GRANT 

SECRETARY AUnURX WATER WORKS CO. OCT. 1878 

TO JULY, 1894.. SUPERINTENDENT WATER 

DEPARTMENT 1894 





(;i:()K(,l. W. MI.MIAM 
CAYir.A COUNTY CI.ERK 



1,1 I, 111 w I ir 

SUPERINTENDENT OF CAYUCA COUNTV' POOR 



i 



I 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



28y 





WILLIAM IL LRNSBERGER 

ERNSBERGER & SON' 
PHOTOGRAPHERS 



WALTER GEORGE RuliL\S(;N, Jr. 

MEMBER OF THE FIRM OF ROBINSON' BROTHERS, 
DESIGNERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF MONU- 
MENTS, MAUSOLEUMS AND TOMBS 



II 





I 



WALTER GEORGE ROBINSON 

SCULPTOR, DESIGNER AND BUILDER OF THE SEWARD 
STATUE IN SEWARD PARK. FOUNDER OF THE ROB- 
INSON GRANITE AND .MARBLE INDUSTRY 



HOMER LOC'KWOt)!) RoBlNSoN 

ROBINSON BROTHERS 
DESIGNERS AND .MANUFACTURERS OF MONU- 
MENTS, .VIAUSOLEUMS AND TOMBS 



r 



2go 



XOTAP.LE MEX OF CENTRAL NEW YoRK 





EDWIN H. PARMELE, *iJ 

MALTSTER 



CHARLES CADV 

WHOLESALE PRODUCE DEALER 





Wll I.EAM LAMEY 

MlMltKR HOARD KDICATIOS" 1859-72. MEMBER 

BOARD SUPERVISORS 1873-9I. OLDEST ODD 

FELLOW STATE OF NEW YORK 



FRED M. SMII II 

GENERAL AUCTIONEER. REAL ESTATE. I'RESI- l» 

DENT NEW YORK STATE AUCTIONEER'S ^ 

ASSOCLXTION 



NOTABLE MEN OE CENTRAL NEW YORK 291 



t 





HENRY 1)A\ luX FECK 

KNAPP, PECK & THOMSON 
EDITOR AUBURN DAILY ADVERTISER SINCE 
MARCH 1, 1873 



EDWARD J. JEWHIRST 

CHIEF FIRE DEPARTMENT 1880- 





» 



SELAH C. TALLMAN 

LIVERY STABLES AND UNDERTAKER 

FOURTEEN YEARS OFFICIAL STENOGRAPHER 

COURTS OF CAYUGA COUNTY 



NELSON CJILBERI" 

CONTRACTOR ( PAINTING) 
SYRACLSE, N. Y. 



2g2 



XOTAliLl': MEN OF CENTRAL X]-:\\' YORK 




SYRACUSE C ITIZEXS CORPS ANNEX 



NOTABLE MEN 

of CENTRAL xNEW YORK 



jTuIton 



XIX AND XX CENTURIES 



DWIGHT J. STODDARD. Plbi.isher 
1903 



NOTABLE :\IEX OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



€^^ 




JAMES ALVAH FOSTER 

FIRST MAYOR OF FUI.TON N. Y. PRES. OF FOSTER 
DROS. COMPANY. MFR. OF KNIVES 



i 




KI.V. SAMl El. 1). KOBINSON, 1). D. 

PASTOR STATE STREET M. E. CHURCH 



KE\'. JOHN N. M LIORD 

RETIRED 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



-'<>5 




NEVADA N. STRANAHAX 

EX-ASSEMBLYMAN. EX-DIST. ATTY. LAWYER. 

STATE SENATOR. U. S. COLLECTOR PORT OF 

N. Y. CITY' 




SHELDON B. MEAD 

MEAD, STRANAMAN & GUILE, ATTORNEYS 
SURROGATE OF OSWEGO COUNTY 





CLAUDE E. GUILE 

MEAD, STRANAHAN & GUILE, ATTORNEYS 
CITY' ATTORNEY OF THE CITY OF FULTON 1902-3 



FREDERICK C.EORCiE SPENCER 

L.^WYER 



2g6 



NOTABLE MEX OF CENTllAL NEW YORK 




ALBERT LLP:\VELLYN HALL, M. D. 

PHYSICI.W AND SURGEON- 
MEDICO-I.EGAI, EXPERT 





MELVIN F. STEPHENS 

ATTORNEY AT LAW 
UNION SOLDIER 1862-1865 




STEPHEN PARDEE, M. D.* 

Pin'SICIAN AND SURGEON 



DAM I I, PARDEE M. 1). •1833-1891 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON %l 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



2(J7 




CHARLES GILES BACON, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON' 




CHARLES JAMES BACON, M. O. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. PRESIDENT FUI.TON 

HOSPITAL, ASSOCIATE CONSULTING PHYSICIAN 

OSWEGO HOSPITAl 





CHARLES R. LEE, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 
BANKER 



HOMER PRESTON MARSH, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 



2g8 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 




CHARLES G. CASE* 

BANKER. CONTRACTOR. ASSOCIATED WITH GER- 

RITT SMITH, VV.VI. LLOYD GARRISON AND OTHERS 

IN ANTI-SLAVERY DAYS 




GEORGE M. CASE, *i898 

MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY 
PRESIDENT CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK 





Wlos VOUMAiNS H. LESTER PADDoCK 

CASHIER KIRST \ \TU)\AL BANK OF FULTON, N. Y. MANAGER UNITED BOX BOARD AND I'APKR CO. I 

AND POSTMASTER VICE-PRESIDENT BATTLE ISLAND PAPER CO. 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



-'99 





ED\VI\ R. REDHEAD 

PRESIDENT CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK 
PRESIDENT VICTORIA PAPER MILLS CO. 



SOLON F. CASE, *i897 

CASHIER CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK 





GEORGE KELLOGG 
BANKER 



Dewrrr Gardner, *i897 

BANKER AND MILLER 



300 



XOTAT.LE MEN OF CENTRAL NKW VoKK 





jOHiN HUNTER, Sr. *i899 

PRESIDENT HUNTER ARMS COMPANY 



JAMES C. HUNTER 

PRESIDENT HUNTER FAN & MOTOR CO. 
TREASURER HUNTER ARMS COMPANY 





THOMAS HUNTER 

PRESIDENT HUNTER ARMS CO. BATri.E ISLAND 
PAPER CO. AND FIRST NATIONAL BANK 



JOHN HUNTER 

SECRFTARV IHMIR ARMS COMPANY 



NOTABLE AlEN OF CENTRAL XJCW V( )RK 



301 





HARRY A. ALLEN 

MEMBER OF THE CIVII. SERVICE COMMISSION BOARD. 
CLOTHING AND GENTS FURNISHINGS 



OLIVER C. HREKI) 

CIVIL ENGINEER 
FIRST CITi' ENGINEER OF FULTON 





WILLL'\M K. HUGHES 

EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR OF THE FULTON TIMES SINCE 

1895. CONNECTED WITH THE NEW YORK JOURNAL 

OF COMMERCE 1880-1895 



FRANK NLARION CORNELL 

EDITOR AND PUBLISHER 
THE FLLTON PATRIOT 



NOTADL1-: MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





F. M. D ARROW 

PHOTOGRAPHER 



FRANK H. FRENCH 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MEATS 
PROPRIETOR "city MARKET" 





Dil.ANCKY H. ARMSIRONC, 1). I). S. 

DENTAL SURGEON 
\\ A TERTOU N, N. V. 



FRANK KUCiKXK SLOCl'M 

OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER 
U ATERTOUN, N. V 



•I 



I! 



I 



NOTABLE MEN 

of CENTRAL NEW YORK 



li^atertoton 



XIX AND XX CENTURIES 



DWIGHT J. STODDARD. Publisher 
1903 



304 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NIAV YORK 





Rev. OSCJOOD EASTUN HERRICK, D. D. 
chaplaiv u. s. army. retired 



Rev. EDWIN WARREN SAPIIoRi; 

RECTOR OF ST. PAUL's CHURCH 





Rev. MOSES H. HARRIS, I). IX 

MIMSTKR OF IIRST l' \ IVKRSAI.IST CIIIRCH 



Rev. DAVID F. PIERCE. D. D. 

PASTOR OF ARSI-WI. STRI-ET M. E. Clll'RCFI 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



305 





PARDt)X C. WILLIAMS 

JUSTICE SUPREME COURT, APPELLATE DIVISION 
FOURTH DEPARTMENT 



WAistJN M. ri)c;i:rs 

JUSTICE SUPREME COURT 





A. H. SAWYER 

EX-JUDGE OF JEFFERSON COUNTY 
PRESIDENT AGRICULTURAL INSURANCE COMPANY 



EDGAR C. EMERSON 

COUNTi' JUDGE OF JEFFERSON COUNTi' 



3o6 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





MURRAY M. ADAMS. M. D. 

EX-MEMBER CITY BOARD OF HEALTH 
EX-STATE HEALTH COMMISSIONER 



FREDERICK BROOK SMITH, M. I). 

PHYSICIAN- AND SURGEON 




ELON K. BROWN 

IIROUN, CARLISLE AND IIUUl, LAWYERS 
STATE SENATOR 




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JOSEPH A. McCONNELL 

CITY JUDGE OF WATERTOWV 



•« 



NOTAr.LE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



307 





ROSWELL PETTIBUNE FLOWER, *i899 

FLOWER & COMPANY, BANKERS 
GOVERNOR OF STATE OF NEW YORK 1892-1894 



ANSON RANNEV FI.oWER 

FLOWER & COMPANY 
BANKERS. STOCK BROKERS 





OSCAR P. HADCOCK 

TREASURER WATERTOWN SAVINGS BANK 



SMITH T. WOOLWORIH 

CASHIER JEFFERSON COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 



3o8 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





HENRY HOLMES BABCOCK 

PRESIDENT H. H. BABCOCK COMPANY 



GEORGE HENRY BABCOCK 

TREASURER H. H. BABCOCK COMPANY 
TRUSTEE WATERTOWS" SAVINGS BANK 





FREDERIC K Wll I.IAM BABCOCK 

SECRETARY II. II. It ABCOCK COMPANY 
COMMISSIONER UAIIR POWER ON BLACK RIVER 



FRANK E. BABCOCK 

ASSISTANT SECRET \R> II. II. BABCOCK COMPANY 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



3<xj 





HIRAM REMINGTON 

PRESIDENT OF THE VVATERTOVVN PAPER COMPANY 



CHARLES R. REMINXnON 

PAPER MANUFACTURER 
PRESIDENT CITY NATIONAL BANK 



I 





ALLEN HAYES HERRICK 

A. H. HERRICK & SON 
MERCHANT MII.I.ERS 



S. F. BAGG 

TREASURER VVATERTOWN ENGINE COMPANY 



310 



XOT.M'.LE MEN OF CENTRAL XKW NoRK 





JAMES B. WISE 

MANUFR. OF LIGHT HARDWARE AND PLUMBING 
GOODS. EX-MAYOR, SERVING 4 TERMS, 1895-19OO 
PRES. UNION CLUB. PRES. CHAM. OF COMMERCE 



ROBERT JONES BUCK 

COAL MERCHANT 
POSTM ASTER 





IMIII.ll' RII.EV 

COAL .MERCHANT 
ALDERMAN FROM FIRST WARD FOR SI.V YEARS 



FR.WKl.IX .\l.l,i:\ HINDS 

CIVIL ENGINEER 
CONSII.TING ENGINEER WATERTOWN PARK, ETC. ■■ ^ 

MEM HER AM. SOC. C. E. 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



311 





JOHN WEEKES 



STANLEY E. HUNTING 



WHOLESALE PLUMBERS, STEAM FITTERS, TINNERS PRESIDENT AND MANAGER THE HUNTING CO. 
SUPPLIES AND TOOLS 




I 



WILLIAM M. ELMER 

WILLIAM M. ELMER & SONS 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND OYSTER H'SE. 



JOHN ROSS WASHBURN 

COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF THE POOR 



312 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





FRANK M. Du NUYER 

THE DU NOYER-CURRY ADVERTISING AGENCY 
UTICA, N. Y. 



CHARLES M. CURRY 

THE DU NOYER-CURRY ADVERTISING AGENCY 
UTICA, N. Y. 





A. P. ZINTSMASrHR 

I'HOrOGR AI'ilER 
HKRKIMI-R, N. Y. 



SAMUEL DODCiE NOKIllRrP 

PHOTOGRAPMER 
OSWEGO, N. Y. 



NOTABLE MEN 

of CENTRAL NEW YORK 



mtica 



XIX AND XX CENTURIES 



DWIGHT J. STODDARD. Publisher 
1903 



314 



XOTAI'.LK M1-:X OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 




Rt. Rev. CHARLES TYLER OLMSTED, S. T. D. 

BBHOI'-COADJUTOR DIOCESE OF CENTRAL NEW YORK. 

RECTOR GRACE CH., UTICA, 1884-99. VICAR ST. AGNES' 

CHAPEL, TRINITY I'ARISH, NEW YORK, 1899-I902 





Ri;v. WII.I.l.WI W. liKl.I.INCiKR, I). D. 
RECTOR OF GRACE CHURCH 



Kiv. .Al.FRI-I) li.\ll.l.\ COODKK II, D. P., 

•1896 
RECTOR 37 YEARS OF CALVARY EPISCOPAL CHURCH 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



315 





Rr. Rev. Mgr. J. S. M. LYNCH, D. D., LL.D. 

RECTOR OF ST. JOHN'S CHURCH 



Rev. peter W. SCHARdL N, O. M. C, 
pastor of st. joseph's church 




t 



Rev. WILLIAM H. SLAVEN 

RECTOR OF ST. PAUL's CHURCH 
WHITESBORO, N. Y. 




Rev. WILLL\M IL CiRlFMN 
PASTOR ST. John's church, 

NEW HARTFORD, N. Y. 



3i6 



XOTAr.LI-: MEN OF CENTRAL Ni:W YoRK 





Rev. WILLIAM B. WALLACE 

PASTOR TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH 



Rev. DANIEL GRIFFIN C\)REV, D. D. 

*i890 

PASTOR PARK BAPTIST CHIRCH 48 YEARS 





Rev. ERASMUS W. JONES, IX P. 

RETIRED MINISTER OF THE M. E. Clll RCH 
MEMBER OF THE NORTHERN N. V. CONFERENCE 



Rev. smith W. BRoWN 
pastor south street m. i.. chlrch 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL XIAV \( )\<K 





Rev. MELANCTHON WUOLSEY STRYKER, Rkv. SAMUEL C. BROWN, D. D., 'iSSs 

D. D., LL. D. PRESIDENT HAMILTON COLLEGE 1866-1881 

PRESIDENT HAMILTON COLLEGE 
PASTOR OF THE COLLEGE CHURCH 





Rev. MOSES EARL DUNHAM, Ph.D., *i898 Rev. THEODORE D\\ k-HI" COOK, 'lUj 

P.\STOR PLYMOUTH CONG. CH. 1889-98. PAS. WHITES- PASTOR UNIVERSALIST CHURCH 

BORO PRESBY. CH. 54 YEARS. JOHNSTOWN PRESBY. CH. 
7 YEARS. ILION PRESBY. CH. 6 YEARS 



3i8 



NOTAl'.LI-: MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





f 



Rev. OREN ROOT, A. B., 1). D. HERMAN CARL C.EORGE BRANDT, A. B., Ph.D. 

PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS AND REGISTRAR PROFESSOR GERMAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 

HAMILTON COLLEGE HAMILTON COLLEGE 




EDWARD ELLIOTT 

DIRECTOR ELLIOTT SCHOOL OF MUSIC 
CONCERT PIANIST AND TEACHER 




ROBERT J. HUGHES 



DIRECTOR AND PROPRIETOR UTICA CONSERVATORY 
OF .MUSIC. TEACHER OF VOICE CULTURE 



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NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



319 





HORAl'lU SEVMUUR, *i886 

GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 
1852 AND 1862 



ROSCOE CONKl.lNc;, •1829-1888 

LAWYER. MAYOR OF UTICA 1859. MEM. CONG. 

1860-67. ^- S. SENATOR 1868. RE-ELECTED 

1873 AND 1879 




FRANCIS KERXAN, *i89J 

LAWY'ER 
U. S. SENATOR 1875-1881 




WILLIAM H. WATSUN, M. A.. M. D., LL. D. 

REGENT UNIV. S. N. Y. AND E.X-SLRGEON GEN. ONE OF 
THE FOUNDERS OF N. Y. STATE HOSPITAL, MIDDI.ETOWN. 
ME.M. FIRST BD. TRUSTEES. SENIOR WARDEN GRACE CH. 



320 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





ELIHU ROOT 

LAV\TER 
SF.CRETARY OF WAR, WASHINGTOM, D. C. 



Col. WILLIAM CARY SANGER 

BORN SA\GKRFIi:i,D, OVEIDA CO., N. Y. 
ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF WAR, WASHINGTON, D. C. 





loSIHA AUSTIN SPENCKR, ♦1790-1857 S. WELLS WILLIANLS, •1884 

l.\WYF.R. MAYOR OF UTICA 1848. SECRETARY AND CIIINKSK INTERPRETER TO THE 

U. S. ATTY. NORTHERN DIST. N. Y. 1840-45 LEGATION OF THE UNITED STATES 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



3-' I 





WARD lUXr, *i886 ALFRED CoNKLlNCi CUXE 

ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OK THE SUPREME COURT OF U. S. DISTRICT JUDGE, NORTHERN DIST. OF N. Y. 

THE U. S. 1872-1883 (1882-1902). U. S. CIRCUIT JUDGE, SECOND 

CIRCUIT, 1902- 





HIRAM DENIU, *i799-i868 

JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS 1833-1866 



CHARLES .\L\St)N. '1879 

JUSTICE SUPREME COURT 1847-1867 
JUDGE COURTF OF APPEALS 1868- 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





7REP:N carrier BRONSON, *i789-i863 

iTrV. GEN. S. N. Y. 1829-1836. JUSTICE SUPREME 

COURT 1836-1847. JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS 

1848-1851 



WILLIAM JOHNSON BACON, *i8 

JUSTICE SUPREME COURT 1854-187O 





MILTON hp:rvi:^ mkrwin 

(OGATE JEPKERSOV CO. 1860-64. JUSTICE SUP. COURT 
74-1902. GEN. TER.M, 4TII DEPARTMENT, 1888-95. 
PPEI.LATE DIVISION, 3RD DEPARIMENT, 1895-1900 



SAMUEL BEARDSLEV, *i86o 

JUSTICE SUPREME COURT 



•01 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



3^3 





JOHN SAVAGE, *i863 CHARLES H. DOOLl 1 ILE, •1817-1874 

JUSTICE SUPREME COURT OF STATE OF NEW YORK JUSTICE SUPREME COURT 




WATSON T. DUN MORE 



WHXIAM H. tOMSTOCK 

ONEIDA COUNTl- JUDGE LAWYER. REGISTER I\ BANKRUPTCY 1867-!$ 

PRES. HOMESTEAD AID ASS'N OF UTICA. DIRECTOR REFEREE IN BANKRUPTCY 1898- 

OF UTICA KNITTING COMPANY 



3-M 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





JAMES S. SHERMAN RICHARD W. SHERMAN 

MAYOR OF UTICA 1884. MEMBER OF CONGRESS MAYOR OF UTICA I9OO-I9OI. PRESIDENT TROY 

1886-90, 1892-1904 PUBLIC WORKS CO. OF UTICA 





WH.LIAM roWNSEND 

JONES, rOVVNSEND «: RUDI), APrORNEYS 
STATE SENATOR 34TH DISTRICF 



J. THOMAS Sl'RI(;c;S, *i888 

LAWYER 

MAYOR 1868-1880. MEMBER OF CONGRESS 

1882-83, 84-85 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



325 





JEDEDIAH SANGER, *i752-i827 NATHAN WILLIAMS, '1773-1835 

FOUNDER OF NEW HARTFORD, N. Y. FIRST JUDGE DIST. ATFY. l8oi-I3 AND l8l8-2I. REP. IN CONG. 

OF ONEIDA COUNTY 1805-7. MEM. ASSEMBLY 1816, 1818 AND 1819. 

CIRCUIT JUDGE 1823-1833 





ARTHUR BREESE, *i770-i825 

LA\\"iER. FIRST SURROGATE ONEIDA COUNTY. 
CI.ERK SUPREME COURT 



THOMAS H. HIBBARD, •1771-1857 

I.AUTER. CI.ERK COURT OF CHANCERY AND 
SUPRE.VIE COURT 



326 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





JOSEPH KlRKLANl), *i770-i844 

LAWYER 
FIRST MAYOR OF CITY OF UTICA 1832 AND 1834 



MORRIS S. MIl.l.KR. *i78o-i824 

LAWYER 
JUDGE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS 




WII MAM II. MAVNARl), *i832 

LAWYER 
STATE SENATOR 1829-1832 




M()R\"1N M. JONES, *i886 

LAWYER 



1 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



3-' 7 





CHARLES A. TALCOTT 

MAYOR OF THE CITY OF UTICA 
LAW-YER 



PASCAL CHARLES JOSEPH DkANGELIS 

ATTORNEY 




JAMES WARWICK RAVHILL 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR 




MVRON W. VAN AC KEN 

ATT'Y. for the COM. TRAV. MUX. ACCTOENT 

ASSOCIATION. GENERAL CORPORATION ATTORNEY. 

OFFICER OF VARIOUS CORPORATIONS 



328 



NOTAIJLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





SAMUEL J. BARROWS M. JESSE BRAV EON 

ATTORNEY 1853. ATT'Y FOR ROARD OF EXCISE OF LAWYER 

DA CO. 1857-1870. LAWYER. CORPOR.\TION COUNCIL ONEIDA CO. CLERK 1886-7-8. GEN'L MGR. ELECT. 
I 1879-1884. MAYOR OF THE CIT\' OF UTICA 1889 



DEPT. UTICA GAS & ELECTRIC CO. 





ADDISON V. MII.l.I.R 

i.\\vvi:k 
mi;mhi:r iioard of ch\ritii;s 1873-1877 



DA\1D C. SIODDARD 

I, \\\ vi;k 

nisTRicr AiroRMiY ()m:ii)\ co. 1872-75 



NOTAl'.LK .MEN OF CENTRAL NEW VoKK 



320 





EDWIN H. RISLEV 

RISLEY & LOVE, COUNSELORS AT LAW. TRUSTEE 

OF COLGATE UNIVERSITY AND OF THE HOME 

FOR THE HOMELESS 



HENRY M. LOVE 

LAWYER 
RISLEY & LOVE 





GEORc;E C. MOREHOUSE 

LAWYER 

CITY JUDGE OF UTICA 1892-6. CORPORATION" 

COUNSEL 1899-1901 



jiLirs T. A. Dooi.ni 1.1. 

COUNSELOR AT LAW 



330 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





ii 



GEORGE ELLERV DENNISON 

ATTORNEY 



CHARLES MILFORD DENNISON, •1900 

ATTORNEY 




ARIHl R HRI.KSi: JoHNSoN, 'iSSs 

ATTORNF.Y AND COUNSELOR AT LAW 




JAMKS F. MANX, *i90Z 

LAWYER 

CHAIRMAN MOHAWK RIVER STRAIGHTENING 

COMMISSION 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NlAV YoRK 



3.? I 





LOTUS NILES SOUTHWORTH 

LAV\-\'ER 



GEORCJK M. FILMKR 





BENJAMIN STEBER 

LAV\"V'ER 
SECRETARY UTICA DIRECTORY PUBLISHING CO. 



WILLIAM DEXTER BIDDLECUME 

LAUTER AND STENOGRAPHER 



332 



NOTABLE MEN C)E CENTRAL NEW YORK 





DANIEL BALL, *i789-i83i 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW 

MARCELLUS, ONON. CO., N. Y. 

VETERAN OF THE WAR OF l8l2 



DANIEL BALL, *i875 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY ONEIDA CO. 1868-1872 



•15 

ai 








ENLMETT JEROME BALL 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW 

SPECIAL SURROGATE ONEIDA COUNTY 1878-84. 

POLICE AVI) IIRK COMMISSIONER I9OI-2 



TIMOTHY COAKLEV 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



333 





WILLIAM M. WHITE, *i833-i896 HUGH WIlllK, *i798-i870 

•RES. SEC. NAT. BK. V.-PRES. UTICA PIPE & FOUNDRY CO. MEM. CONG. 1844-47. RAILROAD CONTRACTOR. PRES. 

MR. R. W. & O. R. R., U. & M. ST. RY. CO. AND JEF. CO. SARATOGA CO. NAT. BK. DIR. SEVERAL R. R. CORPORATIONS. 
!JAT. BANK. V.-P. ONEIDA HIST. SOC, TR. HOBART COL. DIRECTOR WATER POWER, COHOES, N. Y. 





k 



CANVASS WHITE, *i790-i834 

CIV. ENGINEER. LEADING CANAL ENG. IN U. S. ENGAGED 
ON ERIE, DELAWARE & RARITAN & CHESAPEAKE & OHIO 
CANAL, CONN. RIV., FARMINGTON RIV., LEHIGH COAL CO. 



HENRY SEVMOIR, •1780-1837 

COM.MISSIONER OF CANALS 1819-183I 
MAYOR OF I TIC A 1833 



334 



NOTABLE MEX OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 




THOMAS R. PROCTOR 

PRESIDENT SECOND NATIONAL BANK 




THEODORE S. FAXTON, *i794- 

PRES. GLOBE WOOLEN CO. PRES. 2ND NAT. BANK. 

PRES. BLACK RIVER R. R. CO. DIRECTOR VARIOUS 

CORPORATIONS 





PUBLIUS V. ROGERS, •1895 

PRESIDENT FIRST NATIONAL BANK 



ROBERT STANTON W ll.l.lAMS, •1899 

PRESIDENT OF THE ONKIDA NATIONAL BANK, 

CENTRAL N. V. TI-LKI'HONE CO. AND MOHAWK 

VALLEV COTTON MILL 



NOTAP.LE MEN OF CENTRAL XI-.W YDRK 



335 





WILLIAM BLAIKIE 

DRUGGIST. PRESIDENT SAVINGS BANK OF UTICA 



CHARLES STUART WILSON, '1884 

MAYOR OF UTICA 1859-1863-1867 

CASHIER UTICA CITY AND UTICA CITY V \THi\ \f. 

BANK 





ALFRED MUNSOX, *i793-i854 EinVAKD C I KRAN.» 

RAILROAD & BOAT OWNER. MANUFR. FIRST PRES. BD. OF TANNER AND LEATHER .MANUFACTURER 
MGRS. UTICA STEAM COTTON AND THE GLOBE WOOLEN 
MILLS. PRES. AND DIR. VARIOUS CORPORATIONS 



336 



NOTABLE MEX OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 




JACOB ACi.XE, Jr. 

ARCHITECT. PRES. CITIZEN'S TRUST CO. 

PRES. UTICA HERALD-DESPATCH AND SUNDAY 

TRIBUNE CO. 



ELUN G. BROWN 

VICE-PRESIDENT CITIZEN'S TRUST COMPANY 
.MANUFACTURER AND MERCHANDISE 





EDIAKI) HlSHlNtJER 

SECRETARY CITIZEN'S TRUST CO.MPANY 



IIIOMAS P. WES ION 

REAL ESTATE. FINANCIAL AGENT. 
DIRECTOR citizen's TRUST COMPANY 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



337 





SAMUEL S. LOWERY AMAZIAH DT IToN HARBER, •1892 

MFR. OF KNIT GOODS. MEM. OF ASSEMBLY 187O. STATE FOR SEVERAL YEARS IIARROR MASTER 

SENATOR 1872-1876. MGR. UTICA STATE HOSPITAL NEW YORK CIT\- 
1879-85. REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE 





T. SOLOMON GRIFFITHS 

RETIRED CLOTHING MERCHANT 
ME.MBER BOARD OF CHARITIES 1879-1882 



THOMAS R. IHO.MAS 

WHOLESALE FANCY GROCERIES 
.ME.MBER BOARD OF CHARITIES 1879-1838 



338 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





MONTGOMKRV HINT, *i837 

FOUNDER AND FIRST CASHIER OF THE BANK OF 
UTICA (first national BANK) 



MOSES BAGG, Jr., *i844 

I'ROI'RIETOR of "BAGG'S hotel," UTICA 





KCJBKRT HAGC;. *i885 

MAJOR II7TII N. Y. S. V. AM) BREVET LIEUT. 
COLONEL U. S. V. 



ECJBI.RI" BACJG 

INSIRANCE AGENT 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



339 





RUFUS DAGGETT 

LATE COL. II7TH NEW YORK VOLS. 

BREVET BRIG. GENERAL 

POST.M ASTER 



Col. JOSEPH STlARr LOWERV, 'iSyi 

COTTON COMMISSION MERCHANT 
BREV. COLONEL 146TH N. Y. VOLUNTEERS 





SYLVESTER DERING 



FORMERLY LUMBER DEALER AND MANUFR 
N. G. S. N. Y. IN ACTIVE SERVICE FROM 1863 TO 1886 
CLERK COURT HOUSE COMMISSION 



Col. FRAXriS X. Ml VERS 

BRIG. GEN'L LIEUT. COLONEL II7TH N. Y. VOIJ. BREVET COL. 



AFTER BATTLE FORT FISHER, CIVIL WAR. 
SHERIFF ONEIDA CO. 1880-1882 



340 



XOTAI'.LI' MI-:X OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





E. PRENTISS BAILEY, LL. D. GEORGE E. DUNHAM 

EDITOR OF THE UTICA OBSERVER; FIFTY YEARS EDIIOR THE UTICA DAILY PRESS. DIR. UTICA TRUST & 
A JOURNALIST. POSTMASTER OF UTICA DEPOSIT CO. TRUSTEE HAMILTON COLLEGE. MEMBER 

EIGHT YEARS BOARD VISITORS UTICA STATE HOSPITAL 



ti(¥ 



M. M. HAGG, A. .\I., M. I)., *i9oo 
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 

AUTllllR, IIIsroRLNN 




THURLOW WEED, •1882 

EDITOR, STATESMAN 
AlllWV, N. Y. 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



.Ui 





JAMES H. GLASS, M. D. MARSHALL ORLANDO LLRRV, NL 1). 

SURGEON IN CHARGE OF THE FAXTON HOSPITAL SUR. GEN. S. N. Y. 1895-6-7-8 RANK OF BRIG. GEN. SUR.- 

IN-CHIEF UTICA HO.VI. HOS. «: COM. TRAV. M. ACCI. ASSO. 
MEM. ASSO. MIL. SUR. OF U. S. PRES. ASSO. OF MIL. SUR. 





JAMES G HUNT, M. D. 

SURGEON FAXTON HOS. STAFF AND N. Y., ONTARIO & W. 

RAILWAY. VICE-PRES. INTERNATIONAL ASS'N RAILWAY 

SURGEONS. VICE-PRES. GLOBE WOOLEN COMPANY 



HARt)Ll) L. PALMER, M. D. 

SUPERINTENDENT UTICA STATE HOSPITAL 



342 



XC^TADLK MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





NICOLL HAVENS DKKING, M. D., 

*i794-i867 

TRUSTEE AND REGISTRAR COLLEGE OF PHYSICLXNS 

AND SURGEONS, NEW YORK 



CHARLES E. SMI EH, .\L D. 

MEMBER CON'SULTING STAFF ST. LUIvE'S 

HOSPITAL, UTICA, N. Y. 

WHITESBORO, \. Y. 




A. JANU.S BROWN, M. U. 

MEMBER ST. I.UKE'S HOSPITAL 
MEDICAL STAFF 




CIEAKEES HNKoN ri;iFl', M. D. 
I'ln sici w AM) srR(;i;()\ 

MEMIll-R I'lnS. SIAIK FAXION HOSPITAL 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



343 





THOMAS J. BERGEN, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 
MEMBER BOARD OF CHARITIES 1895-1S 



SOMERS C. MAXSON, M. D. 

SURGEON TO ST. ELIZABETH'S HOSPITAL 





WALLACE CLARKE, A. NL, M. D., C. M. 

HEALTH OFFICER 



IRA MORRIS COMSTOCK, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN' AND SURGEON 
NEW YORK MILLS, N. Y. 



344 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 




ARTHUR ROGERS GRANT, M. D. 

SURGEON TO UTICA HOMEOPATHIC HOSPITAL 



C. GRAY CAPRON, M. D. 

UTICA HOMEOPATHIC HOSPITAL 
EX-PRESIDENT COUNTY SOCIETY 





MOKKIS JAY DAMS, M. P. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 
PHYSICIAN TO EAXTON HOSPITAL 



FRED JAMES DOl CJLAS, M. D. 

PHY'SICIAN AND SURGEON 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL Nl'IW \()RK 



1- 





HENRY H. TOMPKINS, D. D. S. 

DENTIST 



WILLIAM SEVMUlR MORRIS, M. H. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 




JULIUS F. WINGENBACH, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 




IKA I). HOPKINS, M. 1). 

TREASURER UTICA FREE DISPENSARY 

PHYSICIAN TO UTICA CIT*' HOSPITAL 1859-60 

AND 1863-65 



346 



XOTADLE ]\IEN OF CENTRAL Xi:\\' ^ORK 





WALLACE c;. HOLLINGWORTH 

VETERINARIAN 



LYMAN LINCOLN WIGHT, M. D., *i899 

AGRICULTURIST AND CHEESE MANUFACTURER 
WIIITESBORO, X. Y. 





FRANK V. BAVLISS 

rilYSICIAN AND PROPRIETOR OF WHITESBORO 
SANITARIUM, WHITESBORO, N. Y. 



ALHKRI' E. STAFFORD, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 
WHITESBORO, N. Y. 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



347 





ALEXANDER CUVExNTRY, M. D., *i83i 

PHYSICIAN AND AGRICULTURIST 



JOHN H. LOTHROP, *i769-i829 

LAV\TER, BANKER, EDITOR 





TALCOTT CAMP, *i-j62-i%i2 

MERCHANT AND MAGISTRATE 



ALEXANDER B. jOHNSoN, •1786-1867 

BANKER 



348 



XOTAHLE .MKX OF CENTRAL XIAV YORK 





Rev. CHARLES CHAUXCEV, *i592-i67i Rev. CHARLES CHAINCEV DARLING, 



SECOND PRESIDENT OF HARVARD COLLEGE 



*i799-i887 

MEMBER NEW YORK I'RESBYTERY 





GEORGE L. MILI.IK, M I). 

O.MAIIA, NEIi. 



Gen. CHARLES \V. DARLINCJ 

COR. SECRETARY ONEIDA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

HON. SECRETARY EGYPT EXPLORATION FUND. 

MEM. VICTORIA INSTITUTE, LONDON, ETC. 



NOTABLE MEN OE CENTRAL NEW ^'oRK 



349 





NICHOLAS EDWARD DEVEREUX HENRY J. WOOD 

PRES. OF THE SKEN'AN'DOA COTTON CO. SEC'Y & PRESIDENT OF THE UTICA CEMETERY ASSOCIATIOX 
TREAS. ONEITA KNITTING MILLS. PRESIDENT 
OF THE UTICA PUBLIC LIBR.\RY 





JOHN CORISH DEVEREUX, *i884 

VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE STATE BOARD OF 
CHARITIES AND CORRECTION 



NICHOLAS DE\EKLl \. MSss 
MERCHANT, BANKER 



350 



NOT.\i;i.l-: MKX OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



1 





ROBERT iMIDDLETUX, *i902 

LATE PRESIDENT AND AGENT GLOBE WOOLEN CO. 

AGENT FROM 1857-1902. PRESIDENT FROM 

1882-1902 



WALTER DEXTER MIDDLETON 

PRESIDENT AND AGENT OF THE GLOBE WOOLEM 
CO. AND DIRECTOR SECOND NATIONAL BANK 





CHARLES ABRAHAM B^ LNOTON 

I'RF.S. CAPRON KNirriNG CO., RICHELIEU KNITTING CO. 
SEC. KENDALL KNIT. CO., REGAL TEXTILE CO. PAPER BOX 
MFR. V.-PRES. LION MAN. CO. ONTARIO BUTTON CO. 



JOHN \\. BRAIXERI) 
i'1I()I()(;rai'HER 

ROME, N. Y. 



NOTAP.LE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 




351 




JOHN BERTON JONES WILLIAM S. loSILK 

PRES. UTICA HEATER CO. FORMER SEC. CARTON FURNACE PRESIDENT FOSTER HROTIIERS M AN IFACTLRING 
CO. SCHOOL COM. OF UTICA 1894, 1895-1896, ALSO CO.MPANY 

SOLOIER FROM THIS COUNTY, WAR OF REBELLION 




JOHN I.. \L\IILR 

MAHER BROTHERS 

CLOTHING MERCHANTS. TREAS. CHAM. COMMERCE 

1900 AND I9OI. PRES. CHAM. COMMERCE I902 



HENRY n. PI.VLEV 

WHOLESALE M A N UFACPLRER READY MADE 

CLOTHING 
PRES. CO.M. TRAVELERS MUTUAL ASSOCIATION 



XOTAliLE ^lEX (JF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





JOEL A. OMENS STEPHEx\ E. BABCOCK 

PRESIDENT AND TREASURER UTICA STEAM ENGINE CIVIL AND ITi'DRAULIC ENGINEER 

AND BOILER WORKS CHIEF ENGINEER MOHAWK RIVER STRAIGHTENING 

IMPROVEMENT 





IMIll.o (. CrKIIS, *i86o IMlll.O S. Cl K I'lS, *i895 

FOUNDER CTICA STEAM ENGINE AND DOII.ER PRESIDENT UTICA STEAM ENGINE AND BOIl.EK 

WORKS WORKS 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



353 





FREDERICK GEORGE WEAVER 

BRICK MFR. AND FARMER. DIRECTOR 2ND NAT. 

BANK. TREASURER AMERICAN HARD WALL 

PLASTER COMPANY 



DAVID LLEWELLYN DAMI.S 

TREASURER AND GENERAL MANAGER OI.VMI'IXNI 
KNIT GOODS COMPANY 





VAN RENSSELAER \VEA\KR 

MFR. KNIT GOODS, ELBOEUF KNITTING CO. 
SHERIFF ONEIDA COUNTY 1895-1898 



ROHLKL AHLKL !• 

MFR. OF KNIT GOODS. PROP. ANCHOR KNITTING 

MILL. SPECIAL PARTNER ALLIANCE KNITTING 

MILL, UHITESUORO, N. Y. 



354 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





EDMUND MUNSUN, *i8o5-i872 

INVENTOR. MANUFACTURER OF MILLING 
MACHINERY 



CHARLES W. HUTCHINSON, *i896 

MAYOR OF UTICA 1875. PRESIDENT OF ONEIDA 
HISTORICAI, SOClETi' 





CHARLES MM.LAR, »i890 

FOUNDER OF CHARII-S MILLAR & SON 
PRESIDENT OF UTICA PIPE FOUNDRY CO. 



W. D. W'ALCOTT, *i89o 

PRESIDENT OF THE NEW YORK MILLS 
NEW YORK MILLS, N. Y. 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





JOHN F. HUGHES, *i903 

GENERAL MANAGER AM. HARD VVAI.I, PLASTER 

CO. CHAIRMAN SCHOOL BOARD. CONTRACTOR 

AND BUILDER 



JOHN NULTON Bl'Il-KR. 'iSgs 

MANUFACTURER AND JOBBER CLOTHING 





AMOS ROCJERS, *i8i5-i879 

INVENTOR AND MANUFACTURER 



JOHN WILLEXM iloWARlH 

DRUGGIST 
HOWARTH-BALI.ARD DRUG CO. 



356 



XOTABLI-: MKX OF CENTRAL XFAV YORK 





CHARLES N. WHITE 
white's pottery 



NOAH WHITE, *i793-i865 

FOUNDER OF WHITE'S POTTERY 





MClIoI.AS A. WHITE, •1819-1886 
white's potfery 

MEMIIER ASSEMni.V 1872-1873 



WII.I.IAM \. WHIIE, *i842-i877 
white's pottery 



NOTABLE MEN OF CEN'JKAL NEW YORK 



357 




CHARLES OLIVER JONES 

PAPER BOX MANUFACTURER 
NEW HARTFORD, N. Y. 




A. LEWIS WOODKIFF, Mi 

RETIRED 





JOSEPH BENEDICT, *i899 

LAWTER 



ni:LOS NL JOHNSON, '1902 

PROPRIETOR BAGG'S HOTEL 189O-I902 



358 



NOTAr.LE MEX OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





WILLIAM B. WES rCOTT, *i887 

MERCHANT 



GEORGE \\'ESTC()TT, *iS 

PIONEER MERCHANT 





HAKVLV HAKNAKI), ♦iS^a 

PIONEER. MERCHANT. \\\1I. I'AI'IR WD 
DECOR ATOR 



HORACE BARNARH, *i873 

MERCHANT 
VVAI.I, I'Al'HR AND DECORATOR 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW VokK 



35'^ 




WALLACE HAMLIN DIVINE 

VV. H. DIVINE & CO. 

MFRS. BUIFING WHEELS AND CLOTH SPECIALTIES 

C APRON, N. Y. 




WILLIAM F. BOSSERT 

PRESIDENT OF THE BOSSERT ELECTRIC \L 
CONSTRUCTION CO. 





EDMUND W. STRADLING 

PRESIDENT STRADLING PLUMBING AND HEATING 
COMPANY 



HENRY BECKWl IH 

HARDWARE .MERCHANT v.r\KIV ;n VI\KS 



36o NOTABLE MEX OF CENTRAL NEW" YORK 





EBENEZER A. SESSIONS, *i8i5-i893 

MERCHANT 
ELBRIDGE, N. Y. 



FREDERICK \V. SESSIONS 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MILLINERY 





CII.AS. M. i;.\(IIMAN 



NoHl.I. I. MAKIIN 

CLOTHING MERCHANT FOR MANY YEARS 
MANAGER OF MASONIC FAIRS OF UNITED STATES 



NOTABLE ^lEN OF CENTRAL NEW V( )RK 



.V'> 





NEWTON HOWE 

N. HOWE & SON 
WHOLESALE PRODUCE DEALERS 



ARTHL R C. HOWE 

N. HOWE & SON- 
WHOLESALE PRODUCE DEALERS 





E. WILLIAM REUSSWIG 

MEATS AND POULTRY 
COMMISSIONER OF CHARITIES 



ASA O. FILLER, 'igoj 

ASA FULLER, SON & CO. 
TRUCKING 



362 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 




\> 



JOHN T. EVANS GEORGE W. MILLER 

PRES. UTICA BD. FIRE UNDERWRITERS. INS. & REM, EST. SUPERINTENDENT METROPOLIT.XN LIFE INSURANCE 
PRES. UTICA CIT. CORPS VET. ASSN. DIR. UTICA MEC. COMPANY 

ASSOCIATION. TREAS. & TRUS. PARK BAP. CHURCH 




KDMl Nl) KIC'IL'KRDS* 

CONTRACTOR 
.MEMBER BOARD OF CHARITIES 1887-1890 




OIIN Ml l.ll()l.I..\\n* 



MERCHANT 
MEMBER BOARD OF CHARITIES 1873-1876 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL Nl-W V( tkN 



3' '3 





HERBERT D. RUSHMER 

ARCHITECT 
AGNE, RUSHMER & JENKISON 



c;. i:i)\v. (.'()( )FKR 

ARCHITECT 





GEORGE A. STACK 

TREASURER UTICA GAS & ELECTRIC CO. 
COMMISSIONER OF CHARITIES 



ALBERT R HATFIELD. M. E. 

M WAGER OF UTICA CWMNG CO. 



364 



XUTABLE .MEN Ui' CENTRAL Xi:\\' YORK 





GEORGE W. PEARCE 

MANAGER "THE BUTTERFIELD' 



JOHN W. MANLEY 

CLERK BOARD CHARITIES 1895-. SUPERINTENDENT 

SECTIOX KO. 5 ERIE CANAL 189O-1895. CIT\' 

ASSESSOR 10 YEARS 





CARL K. FREY 

OFFICIAL IMIOTOGRM'MER 



GEORGE WILSON-JONES 

SECRETARY AND TREASURER RETAIL LUMBER 

DEALERS' ASSOCIATION OF THE STATE OF 

NEW YORK 



NOTABLE iMEK OF CENTRAL NEW \ukK 36: 




:^ n 





GEORGE RALPH, *i88i 

FOUNDER OF ON'EIDA RRE\VI\-G COMPANY 



GEORGE RALPH, Jr., 'iSSo 

PRESIDENT ONEIDA nREWISC COMPWV 





GEORGE FREDERICK RALPH 

TREASURER ONEIDA BREWING CO. 
DIRECTOR ONEIDA NATIONAL BANK 



GE0RC;E ARTHUR RALPH 

MAN.\GER ONEIDA BREWING CO.MPANY 



366 



NOTABLE .MEN OF CEXTRAE NEW YORK 





WILLIAM H. FITCH ARD 

HOP MERCHANT 



F. X. MATT 

SUPERINTENDENT AND TREASURER OF THE WEST 
END BREWING CO. 




JOHN (jllW 

PRESIDENT EAC;i.E HRKWINC. COMPANY 
MEMBER BOARD OF CHARITIES 1879- 







JOSEPH Jol.klSSEN* 



ClOAR MVNUFACTURER 
MEMBER BOARD OF CHARITIES 189O-1893 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL N1A\- V( )|<K 



.V'7 





HENRY W. ROBERTS 

TREASURER ONEIDA COUNTY 



c;eorc;e \v. jonks 

CITY TREASURER OF LTICA, S. Y. 





JOHN J. BANNIGAN 

DEPUTY Cin- TREASURER OF UTICA, N. V. 



CHARLES F. CI-EVELANP 

CHIEF OF POLICE 
CONNECTED I'OI.ICE DEPARTMENT 30 YEARS 



368 



XOTADLE MEX OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





B. V. BUTTS 

TREASURER WD MANAGER B. & C. ELECTRICAL 
CONSTRUCTION CO. 



E. J. BROWN 

PRESIDENT B. & C. ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION 
COMPANY 





FRANK B. CHAPMAN 

SECKI I \KV H. A- C. ELECTRIC \L COVSTR UCTION 
COMPANY 



WII.I.IAM J. C IKKAN 

UNDERTAKER 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL Xi:\V YORK 



3*xj 





FRED A. CASSIDY 

UNDERTAKER 



PATRICK CASSIDY, 'iSSa 

MERCHANT 





THOMAS HOPPER* 

PRESIDENT UTICA WATER WORKS 



JOHN F. SEVMOlR, '1890 

I.AWTER 



370 



NOTARLK MEN OF CENTRAL NEW ^•( )Rlv 




JAMES MKRRIMAN* 

MERCHANT 
MEMBl-R r!0\R» OK CHARITIHS 1876-1879 




FREDERICK JAMES DAVIS 

OF CHAS. P. DAVIS SONS. ART GLASS MANU- 
FACTURER 
CHAIRMAN BD. POLICE & FIRE COMMISSIONERS 





JESSE BARK IK A\l ll()^^ 

Sri'ERlNTKNDKNT (11 IHK MAsOSIC HOME 
UTICA. N. V. 



(JEORtiE HA I 1 II. ID 

PRESIDENT UTICA CANNING CO. 



NOTABLE MEN 

of CENTRAL NEVV^ \'ORK 



B^omr anti #ncttia 



XIX AND XX C EN T L K I K S 



DWIGHT J. STODDARD. Plhlishkr 
1903 



NOTAKLE MEN OF CENTRAL Nl-W VoRK 





EV. HUGH LORINGTUN MORRISON CLARKE, Rev. JOHN H. 1:GAR, D. D. 

*l879 RECTOR OF ZION CHURCH (EPISCOPAL). ROME, 

PASTOR ZION; EPISCOPAL CHURCH N. Y. 22 YEARS RECTOR FEB. I903 

ROME, N. Y. 





Rev. a. Mr rim n 

PASTOR ST. PETER's ( K. C. ) CHl'RCH 
ROME, N. Y. 



Rev. JOHN H. JONKS 

MINISTER OF THE GOSPEL. 50 VKARS' CO\ SECTION 

WITH WELSH CALVIMSTIC METHODIST OR 

(WELSH PRESBYTERIAN) ROME, N. Y. 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



37.? 




WILLIAM E. SCRIPTURE 

JUSTICE SUPREME COURT 
ROME, N. Y. 




RuuuLPHis c. brk;c;s 

SPECIAL COUN'rV JUDGE 1893-1899 
COUNSELOR AT LAW- 
ROME, N. V. 





TIMOTHY CIRTIN 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY OF ONEIDA CO. 
ROME, N. Y. 



BLOOMFILLI) J. BKAfll. '1894 

LAWYER 
ROME, \. Y. 



374 



XOTADLE ^lEX UF CENTRAL NEW YukK 





D. E. WAGER, *i890 

LAWYER 
ROME, N. Y. 



FREDERIC L. WAGER 

LAWTER 
ROME, \. Y. 




HORACE H. CASE 

IVSl'RANCE AM) RKAI. ESTATE. CENT.. ACT. NEW 

YORK I.IKE INSLRANCE CO. PRESIDENT CIVIL 

SERVICE COMMISSION, ROME, N. Y. 




Kl NDRKK S. IT INAM 



Accoi \T\sr. i."irv cii xmiuri.aiv 

RDMi:, \. V. 



^ 



NOTABLE MEN OE CEXTKAL Xl-.W VoRK 



375 





JOHN DARWIN HIGGINS, A. M. *i903 

PROF. OF LANGUAGES AND HIGHER MATHEMATICS. 

MANAGING DIRECTOR OF ROME, N. Y. GAS & 

ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. ROME, N. Y. 



ARIUCR \V. S()PI:R, •1838-1901 

RAILROAD MANAGER. PRESIDENT SAFETY' CAR 
HEATING A: LIGHTING CO. ROME, N. V. 





JOHN B. JERVIS, *i884 

CIVIL ENGINEER 

PRESENTED PUBLIC LIBRARY TO CIT\- OF ROME 

ROME, N. Y. 



THOMAS c;iLL NOCK, •1890 

PRESIDENT NEW YORK LOCOMOTIVE WORKS 

PRESIDENT FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

RO.ME, N. Y. 



376 



XUTABLE MEX OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





HENRY C. SUTTON, M. D. 

HEALTH OFFICER CITY OF ROME. CHIEF OF 

STAFF ROME CHARITY HOSPITAI,. PHYSICIAN 

TO DEAF MUTE HOSPITAL 



THOMAS GHX NOCK, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. STAFF ROME HOSPITAL. 

DIS. SURGEON N. Y. C. R. R. DIRECTOR FIRST 

NATIONAL BANK, ROME, N. Y. 





1 



J. ORLEV STRANAII.W, M. I). 

I'MVSICIAN AND SURGEON. PRESIDENT FIRST 

DISTRICT BRANCH \. Y. STATE MEDICAL 

ASSOCI\Tin\. ROME, N. Y. 



GILBERT N. LEHR, M. D. 

VISITING PHYSICIAN TO ROME HOSPITAL 
OWNER OF VERONA MINERAL SPRINGS 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YoRK 



?>77 





CONWAY A. FROST, M. D. 

MEMBER OF STAFF OF ROME HOSPITAL AND CON- 
SULTING STAFF OF ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL 
UTICA, N. Y. ROME, N. Y. 



HENRY D. \Vm IK, M. I). 

STAFF ROME HOSPITAL 

SECRETARY ROME MEDICAL SOCIETY 

ROME, N. Y. 




HOWARD J. TELLER, NL D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 

MEMBER OF STAFF OF ROME HOSPITAL 

ROME, N. Y. 



CILARLES E. ERASER. M. D. 

PHVSICLAN AND Sl'RGEON 



378 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





WILLEY J. P. K1NC;SLI:V, M. D. 

PRESIDENT farmers' NATIONAL BANK 

PRESIDENT AND DIRECTOR VARIOUS CORPORATIONS 

ROME, N. Y. 



EDWARD CUMSTOCK 

LUMBER 

VICE-PRESIDENT FARMERS' NATIONAL BANK 

ROME, N. Y. 





SAMl EL WARDWEEL JollN S. WAKDW EEE 

CASHIER farmers' NAT. hank 1878 — CASH. FORT SECRETARY AND TREASIRER U ARDU ELL 1I\RD- 
STANVVIX NAT. BANK 1856-1878. CASH. HUNG- WARE CO., ROME, N. Y. 

ERFORD BK. ADAMS, JEF. CO. 1853-55. ROME N. Y. 



NOTABLE MEN OF CEXTKAL NKW VoKN 



.^7') 





EZRA A. VARY 

TREASURER ROME TEXTILE CO. 
ROME, N. Y. 



ARTHUR FlLl.KR t'ARPKMFR 

VAl.E '95. TREAS. OF ROME MEIAI.l.IC BEDSTFAD CO. AND 
MERRIMAC MATTRESS MFG. CO., ROSTOV. PRES. OF CEN- 
TRAL BEDDING CO. OF II.I.., CHICAGO 





JAMES P. OLNEV 

TREASURER OF FORT STANWIX CANNING CO. 
ROME, N. Y. 



WILLIAM J. DOVLi: 

MACHINIST AND BRASS FOUNDER 
AND TREAS. FORT STANWIX KNirriNC CO. 
ROME, N. Y. 



38o 



XOTAI'.LK MEX OF CENTRAL Xl-.W VoKK 




CIEORGE \V. DAVIS 

Jl'STICK OF THE PEACE TOWN OF FI.OYD FOR 20 
YEARS. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE CITY OF ROME 
187I-189I. NOTARY PUBLIC. ROME, N. \. 



HENRY JOHNSON, *i892 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. MERCHANT 
ROME, N. Y. 




ALFRED SANDFORD, *i898 

REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL AGENT 

EX-EDITOR ROMAN CITIZEN 

ROME, N. Y. 




EnWAKl) III \ riN(i ION- 

BANKER 
RO.ME, N. Y. 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL XI- W \ n\<K 



3S1 





ARTHUR J. WVLIE 

PRESIDENT ROME TEXTII-E CO. I'RES. FORT STAN- 

VVIX LAND CO. DIRECTOR FARMERS' NAT. BANK. 

TRUSTEE ONEIDA COUNTY SAVINGS BANK 



cii.\Ri.i:s n. s.\ri I'M (.11 

PRES. LEE CANNING CO. U IIDI.ESAI.E T<tn\CCn- 

NIST, WINES AND I.KJUORS. OWNER MAPI.E 

LAWN FARM. ROME, N. Y. 





HUGH P. OWKNS 

DEPUTY SHERIFF OF ONEIDA COUNTY 



FREDERKK M. ORION 

FURNITURE DEALER AND UNDERTAKER 

TRUSTEE OF ONEIDA COUNTY SAVINGS BANK 

ROME, V. Y. 



382 



XOTAliLI-: Mi:X OF CENTRAL NEW VURK 




Rev. SAMUEL JESSIP, I). D. 

PASTOR FMERITUS FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 
ONEIDA, N. Y. 





Rev. IIOWI.A.NI) C. MI.RRll.L 

PASTOR FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 
ONEIDA, N. Y. 



Rev. JOHN ARIMIR 
RECTOR ST. John's episcopal church 

ONEIDA, N. Y. 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL Xiav \(ii<i 



.V^3 





JAMES B. JENKINS, *i903 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW 
EX-CITY JUDGE 
ONEIDA, N. Y. 



Ai.F Rr.i) I). K^.^^l;I)^, '1899 

I.AWVKR 

COUNTY HIX^E AND SURPOG \TF. 

ONEIDV, \. V 





BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CHAPMAN,*iS 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW 

COUNTY JUDGE AND SURROGATE 

ONEIDA, N. Y. 



STEPHEN tllAFMAN, •1890 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW 
ONEIDA, N. Y. 



384 



X()TAr.Ll<: MEN OF CENTRAL NICW" VoRK 





/ 



HIRAM LINDLEV ROCKWELL. LL. B. 

LAWTER AND GENERAL INSURANCE 

EX-SCHOOI, COMMISSIONER 

ONEIDA, N. Y. 



MATHEW J. SHOECRAFT, M. A. 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW SINCE 1850 
ONEIDA, N. Y. 





JOSEPH BEAL, A. M. 

LAWTER 
ONEIDA, N. Y. 



C'lL^RLES EDWAKI) Kl.MK'H 

I'RES. BOARD OF ALDERMEN. EX-SHERIFF MAD- 
ISON CO. CAPT. 35TH SEPARATE COMPANY 
NATIONAL GUARDS, ONEIDA, N. Y. 



NOTABLE MEN OF CEXTKAL M-W \()RK 



3«: 





OTTU PFAFF, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 
AND MAYOR OF ONEIDA, N. Y. 



EDWARD J. STONE. M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 
ONEIDA, N. Y. 





MARTIN CAVANA, M. D. 

PROP. ONEIDA PRIVATE HOSPITAL. EX-PRES. N. Y. S. 
ASSN. OF RAILWAY SURGEONS. CAPT. ONEIDA BAT- 
TERY. PRES. SYLVAN BEACH, N. Y. 



.MARTIN F. CAVANA, 'iSg? 

MARCY, ONEIDA COUNTS', N. Y. 



386 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





EUGENE H. CARPENTER, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 
ONEIDA, N. Y. 



HENRY W. CARPENTER, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 
ONEIDA, N. Y. 





JULIUS M. CJULDSTEIN 

FIRST ELECTED MAYOR OF THE CITV' OF ONEIDX, 

1 901. .Nt ANIIACTURER OF CIGARS. 

ONEIDA, N. Y. 



ANIIIONY T. GARVIN 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LIQUORS. DIRECTOR 

IN farmers' and merchant's state 

BANK, ONEIDA, N. Y. 



•^ 



NOTABLE iAIEN OF CENTRAL NEW ^ 



;v^7 





C. WILL CHAPPELL 

FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER 

NATIONAL CASKET CO. PRESIDENT ONEIDA 

SAVINGS BANK, ONEIDA, N. Y. 



AMHROSK W". II ILL 

SECRETARY AND TREASIRKR (INEIDA SAV. 
ONEIDA, N. Y. 





JOHN MAXWELL 

MANAGER NATIONAL CASKET CO. ORGANIZED 

ONEIDA SAVINGS BUILDING & LOAN ASSO., PRES. 

FOR SEVEN YEARS. ONEIDA, N. Y. 



WILLLAM E. WrriER 

REAL ESTATE AND CAPITALIST 
ONEIDA, N. Y. 



388 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





THEODORE F. HAND, *i897 

PRESIDENT ONEIDA VALLEY NATIONAL BANK 
ONEIDA, N. Y. 



JUDSON W. WARNER 

INVENTOR AND MKR. OF WARNER SAFET\' HEATING BOIL- 
ERS. BUILDER AND FIRST OWNER CITY WATER WKS. ALSO 
INTRO. AND OP. CITV ELEC. LIGHTS, ETC. ONEIDA, N. Y. 





joii\ M. Kl.^M:I)^ 

DIRECTOR OF OMIDA VAII.KV NATIONAL H\NK 
.MERCHANT, RETIRED. ONEIDA, N. Y. 



PKENIICE DANA CHENEY 

CONTRACTOR 
ONEID\, N. V. 



NOTABLE MEN 

of CENTRAL NEW YORK 



Utttlt jfalls. Ulion, l^rrKtmcr 
anti iHobaVoK 



XIX AND XX CENTURIES 



DWIGHT J. STODDARD. Pl iu.isher 
1903 



390 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 




REV. JUH\ P. SPINNER, *i848 

MOHAWK, N. V. 





REV. CHARLES E. S. RASAY 

RECTOR OF EMMANUEL CHURCH 
LITTLE FALLS, N'. Y. 




REV. V. n. sMirii 

FIRST BAI-nST CHI RCM, IHCRKIMER, N. Y. 
LECTURER 



REV. VVll 1 I \\1 I . I'KOlT ! 

RECTOR 01 CHRIST CHURCH "?Jl 

HERKIMER, N. Y. f 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



3«ir 





FRANCIS ELIAS SPINNER, *i89o WARNER Mll.EER 

PRES. MOHAWK VALLEY RANK. COM. BUILDING PAPER MIR. MEMIil-R Ol ASSEMIUV 1874-1875. 

STATE LUN. ASY. AT UTICA 1838-39. CONG. 1855- MEMBER CONGRESS 1878 TO 1881. l'. S. SEV.ATE 
l86l. U. S. TREAS. 1861-1875. MOHAWK, N. Y. l88l TO 1887. HERKIMER, \. Y. 





JEN. HENRY WAGER HALLECK. *i8i4-i872 

GENERAL IN CHIEF U. S. ARMY 1862-1864 



DANIEL I). DEVDE. 'iSSj 

ILIOX, X. Y. 



392 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 




ROBERT EARL, *i902 

JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS 1875-1892 

CHIEF JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS 1892-I902 

HERKIMER, X. Y. 




SAMUEL EARL* 

LAWYER 
HERKIMER, N. Y. 




JAMES B. RAFTER 




PRESIDENT NATION- \l. MOHAWK VALLEY BANK. 

PRESIDENT MOHAWK VALLEY KNITTING 

MILLS, MOHAWK. N. Y. 



MVRON C;. BRONNER 

COUNSELOR AT LAW 

DIRECTOR NATIONAL HERKIMER BANK 

LITTLE FALLS, N. Y. 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL XI- W \( )\<K 





ge()Rc;e w. smith 

LAWYER. EX-COUNTY JUDGE ONEIDA COUNTY 
EX-MEMBER ASSEMBLY HERKIMER COUNTY 



EDWIN H. MIIC IIEl.L 

LAWYER 
HERKIMER, \. Y. 





P. H. MrRFIIY 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR 
LITTLE FALLS, N. Y. 



\V11.I.L\M J. (.AKDIMER 

LAWYER. CORPORATION ATTORNEY OF HERKIMER 
1899-I9OI. HERKIMER, X. Y. 



394 



XOTAP.LE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





SEYMOIR S. RICHARDS, IVI. D. 

PRESIDENT OF FRANKKORT VILLAGE 
TEK YEARS CORONER OF HERKIMER COUNTY 



FRED J. IIARTER, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN" AND SURGEON 
EX-PRESIDENT VILLAGE OF HERKIMER, N. Y. 





CYRUS KAY, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 
HERKIMER, N. Y. 



C^ KIS KAY, ♦iSgS 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL XRW VoRK 



395 





ALBERT N. RUSSELL 

LUMBER DEALER AND MANUFACTURER. 2XD 

PRESIDENT HERKIMER COUNTY HISTORICAL 

SOCIETY', ILION, N. Y. 



ELIPILXLKr KI.MINCION. •1861 

FOUNDER OF THE VILLAGE OF ILIOS ASD ITS 
GUN MANUFACTURING INTERESTS 



'f >•**- 



PHILO REMLXGTOX, *i889 

MANUFACTURER OF GUNS, AGRICULTURAL IM- 
PLEMENTS AND THE REMINGTON TYPEWRITER 
ILION, N. Y. 




ELIPIIAI 1 1' Kl \ii\(;r<)N 

RETIRED. MANUFACTl RI;R OF GUNS, AGRICUL- 
TURAL IMPLEMENTS AND REMINGTON 
nPE WRITER 



396 



NOTABLE Mi:.\ OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





juHAN i)rn.i:\- frederiksen 

MANAGER 

CUR. Hansen's laborator,y 

I.ITTI.E FALLS, N. Y. 



JACOH ZOI.I.KR 

Pr.ODUCE AND I'UOVISION MERCHANT. PROPRIE- 
TOR OF CHEESE FACTORIES AND DAIRY FARMS 
LITTLE FALLS, N. Y. 





I. A \ HON \. LYNT J. H. CKIMMIXS 

VICE-PRESIDENT AND MANAGER LITTLE FALLS MANAGER, SECRETARY AND TREASURER OF THE 
MANUFACTURING CO. LITTLE FALLS, N. Y. LITTLE FALLS COAL COMPANY, LITTLE FALLS, 

N. Y. 



NOTAr,LE MKN OF CENTRAL XI-AV YORK 



.V)7 





E. TEN EVCK LANSING 

MEM. AM. SOC. C. E. 
CITY ENGINEER, LITTLE FALLS, N. Y. 



CJKORCE C. n.\KES 

SECRETARY INTER-STATE TELEPHONE CO. 
LITTLE FALI.S, N. V. 




HARRY L. BECKER 

INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE. PRESIDENT BECKER 

& CO. LUMBER AND BOX MANUFACTURERS 

LITTLE FALLS, N. Y. 



M. J. lU CKI.IN 

PHOTOGRAPHER 
LITTLE FALLS, N. Y. 



NOTABLE MEN 

of CENTRAL NEW YORK 



d^stDcgo 



XIX AND XX CENTl RIKS 



DWIGHT J. STODDARD. Publisher 
1903 



400 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





Rev. CHARLES HARRIS JONES, D. D. 

PASTOR 1ST PRESBYTERIAX CHURCH, OSWEGO, N. Y. 
CM \PI.AI\-IN-CHIEF, S. A. \V. VETERAN'S ASSOCIATION. 
EDITOR "EMINENT DIVINES OF THE ST.-VTE OF NEW YORK." 



JOHN T. MOTT 

PRESIDENT FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF OSWEGO 





MAURICE LAUCHLIN \VRK;HT 

JUSTICE OF THE Sl'PRKMF COURT 



CHARLES N. BULCJER 

Crn' ATTORNEY 1882-1883. JUDGE RECORDER'S 

COURT 1883-I903. FIRST DEPUTY ATIORSEY- 

GENERAL 1903-1905 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW ^•(.RK 401 





(;eor(;e beale sloan 

MExVlBER AND SPEAKER OF THE ASSEMBLY OF THE 
STATE OF NEW YORK. SENATOR FROM 1 88 5 TO 
189I. PRES. OF THE SECOND NAT. BANK, OSWEGO 



THEunoRE iKWlN. '1903 

VTCE-I'RESIDENT SECOND \ ATIONAI. BANK. PRES. 

NATIOVAI. RAU WAY SI'RING CO. PRESIDENT 

STANDARD YARN COMPANY 





STEPHEN MORIIMER COON 

BORN 1845. GRADUATE HAMILTON COL. LAW SCHOOL 
1873. ATTY. AND COUN. AT LAW\ MEM. AS. S. N. Y. 
1888 AND 1889. PRACTICED LAW IN OSWEGO SINCE 1876 



C. D. BENSON 

MANIFACTLRER 
MINETTO, N. Y. 



402 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





JOHN J. LAMUREE 

BORN 1833. ADMITTED AS ATTY. AT LAW 1 8 59. 

DIST. ATTi". 1872-1879. COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS 

1882-1885. HOME MEXICO AND OSWEGO 



HENRY ALBERT JONES 

ATTORNEV AND COUNSELOR AT LAW 





(lEoRCiK B. SLOAN, JR. \\ILLL\M IMKRSON JIDSON ^ 

I()K\II,R1.\ VICK-I'RES. RV. STEEL SPRING CO. DIR. i: \(;i\ |;i;r LAKI-; ONTARIO ILVRHORS & FORTS 1868 TO 

OSWEGO SHADE Ct.OTH CO. AND 2D. NAT. BANK OK 1898. DEPUTY STATE ENGINEER OF N. Y. 1899 TO 1905. 1^ 

OSWEGO, N. Y. ALSO TRUS. OSWEGO CO. SAV. IlK. I'RESIDENT OSWEGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY 1896 TO 1903 



NOTAT.LI-: MEN OF CENTRAL NEW VokK 



4"3 





HENRY S. CONDE, *i878 

PIONEER KNIT GOODS MANUFACTURER 



swrrs cuNDE, '1902 

KNIT GOODS MAMKACTL RF.R 





FREDERIC COXDE 

KNIT GOODS MANUFACTURER 



DAVID II. JlDi^oN, '1X91 

NORTHERN TRANSPORTATION CO. PROP. FERTILI- 
ZER CO. EX-SUPERVISOR 8TH WARD. EX-KIRE 
COM.MISSIONER. E.\-SCH(K)I. COMMISSIONER 



404 NOTABLE MEN OF CENTJ^AL NEW YORK 




NIEL GRAY 

MANUFACTURER 




NIEL GRAY, JR. 

MANUFACTURER 




LORENZO W. TANNER, ♦,897 

FARMER 




C II AKI.I.S A. lAWKR 

I'KISIDKNT OSWEGO ll\RO\V.\Ri: CO 



NOTABLE MEN OF CEXTKAL .\i:\\ 



405 





WILLIAM JAMES BULGER, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. MAYOR OF OSWEGO 
1892-1893. COL. OF CUSTOMS FOR DIST. OF OS- 
WEGO, N. Y. DURING PRES. CLEVELAND'S 2D. AD. 



CHARLES SIBLEV ALBKRISON. M P. 

PIlY-^U'l W Wll SIKCI i)\ 





JAMES K. STOCKWELL, M. D. 

OSWEGO HOSPITAL STAFF 
MAYOR OF OSWEGO 1888-1889 



IRA L. JONES, M. I). 

PHYSICIAN AND SIRGRON 
MINETTO, N. Y. 



4o6 



NOTAliLi: MEN OF CENTRAL X1-:\V YORK 





EDWARD A. SHELDON, A. M., Ph. D., *i897 ISAAC BUCHANAN POUCHER, A. M., Ph. DJ 

FOU.VDER AND PRINCIPAL OF OSWEGO STATE PROF. OF MATHEMATICS OSWEGO STATE NORMAL SCHOOD 

\ORNL\L SCHOOL FROM 1861 TO 1897 1866 TO 1897. PRINCIPAL 1897 TO PRESENT TIME 




Prof. CHARLES W. RICHARDS 

PRINCIPAL OSWEGO HIGH SCHOOL 
PRESIDENT SECURITY 111 lH)I\f; AND LOAN ASSOC. 




VIRCHL CIHTTENDEN DOUGLAS, *iS83 

SUPT. 01 SCHOOLS IN OSWEGO, N. V. 1869-1883 



NOTABLE MEN OF CEXTk \E M.w ^.)i<h 





JOHN BARCLAY ALEXANDER 

POSTMASTER 
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER OSWEGO TIMES 



CHARLES H. CRAM' 

MARINE ARTISr 





JOHN ALBRO PLACE, *i902 

MEMBER ASSEMBLY. POSTMASTER 
AUDITOR OF CANAL DEPARTMENT 



JACOB M. JACOBS. 'iSjS 

TEACHER OF PENMANSHIP 
lOO YEARS, 2 MONTHS AND 4 D\YS OLD 



4o8 



XUTADLE MES UF CENTRAL XIAV YORK 





RICHARD J. OLIPHANT, *i{ 

PRINTER AND PUBLISHER 



RICHAR1> OLIPHANT, *i862 

PRINTER AND PUBLISHER 





THOMAS MOORE 

FIRST LIEUTENANT IIOTH N. Y. V. INFANTRY. 

COUNTY TREASURER SINCE 1886 AND 

AT PRESENT TIME 



MAWIS ri.R WORIS 

STEAM IINKIKV AM) CON 1 ECTIONERY 



NOTABLE MEN C)E CENTRAL MA\ \()kK 



4oy 





BENJAMIN BAKER 

mayor of oswego 
baker's machine works 



ALANSAN S. PACJE 

mayor of OSWEGO mOM 1869 TO iSjJ 

manufacturer 





BENJAMIN DOOLITTLE, *i895 

state SENATOR 1876-77. ASSEMBLYMAN 1869. 
MAYOR OF OSWEGO 1 874 



SYLVESIER DDOLiriLE, MSSi 

SHIP BUILDER. COMMISSION MERCHANT 
ELEVATOR PROPRIETOR 



4IO NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 





CHARLES HENRY BOND 

WHOI.F.SAI.E LUMBER DEALER 



OZRO MARTIN BOND 

MANUFACTURER & WHOLESALE LUMBER DEALER j 





Kl( HARD HVKNK 
mana(;i:r osu ego beef co. 



ARIHTR WKUJIXS 

LTICA, N. V. 



N0TAI1IJ-: .Ml-:\ OF CI-A'TRM. X |-:W ^•( iRK 



; ; T 




412 



X( )'r.\i'.i.i-: Mi-:x oi- ri-:.\'i'k.\i. \i:\\" vork 




V HN L M INMAN . 'V 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW VORK 



41.? 




414 



NOTABLE MEX OF CEXTRAL XEW YORK 



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INDEX 



An asterisk (*) in the book indicntes that ihc person ha\ died 



Abel, William Alonz:) 

Abiett, Robert 

Ackerman, Daniel 

Ackroyd, \Vm. E 

Adams, M. D., Murray M 

Agne, Jr., Jacob 

Aiken, Eugene Clarence 

Albertson, M. D., Charles Sibley.. 

Aldrich, Bruce S 

Alexander, John Barclav 

Alexander, William H 

Alexander, William H 

Allen, Frederick 

Allen, Harry A 

Alle\velt, Emil M 

Allewelt, Frank Joseph 

Alnutt. John L 

Alvord, George Dwight 

Alvord, Thomas Gold 

Amos, Charles Louis 

Amos, Jacob 

Andrews, LL. D , Charles 

Andrews, Charles W 

Andrews, Frank L 

Andrews, Henry D 

Andrews, John Young 

Andrews, William Shankland 

Anthony, M. D., Albert G 

Anthony, Jesse Barker 

Armstrong, Augustus T 

Armstrong, D. D. S., DeLancey B. 

Arthur, Rev. John 

Austin, Frank Alphonso 

Averill, Charles Sydle 

Avery, Charles I 

Avery, Edward H 

Avery, George S 

Averv, William H 

Babbitt. M. D., Otis H 

Babcock, M. D., Archer Dorval... 

Babcock, Frank E 

Babcock, Frederick William 

Babcock, George Henry 

Babcock, Henry Hf^lmes 

Babcock, Stephen E 

Babcock, D. D., Rev. Theodore... 

Bachman, Charles M 

Bachman, Clawscn 

Bacon. M D., Charles Giles 

Bacon, M. D. Charles James 

Bacon, Francis Eugene 

Bacon. Irving 

Bacon. William Johnson 

Bagg. Egbert 

Bagg. Egbert 

Bagg. Jr., Moses 



. 228 

• 353 
. 108 
. 223 
. 306 

• 336 
. 271 

• 405 
. 86 

• 407 



275 
301 
211 

211 
285 
222 

77 
236 

87 

23 

29 

223 

186 

56 

25 

140 

370 

174 

302 

382 

118 

160 

271 

274 

49 

262 

280 

134 
308 
308 
308 
308 
352 
II 
360 
181 
297 

297 
106 
271 
322 
338 
338 
338 



Bagg, A. .\I., .\1. I).. M. M 

Bagg, S. F 

Bailev, LL. D., E. Prentiss 

Baker, M. I)., Allen E. 

Baker, Benjamin 

Baldwin, Abram 'I'urnure. . . 

Baldwin, Charles (i 

Baldwin, Harvey 

Baldwin, William Edward.. 

Ball, Daniel 

Ball. Daniel 

Ball, Emmett Jerome 

Bannigan, John J 

Barber, Amaziah Dutton 

Barber, Col. Theodore NL . . 
Barker, Frederick William. . 

Barnard, Harvey 

Barnard, Horace 

Barnes, David \N'arncr 

Barnes. George 

Barnes. George Mortimer 

Barnes. Jeremiah F 

Barnes, Wilbur Barker 

Barnes, William 

Barrows, Samuel J 

Bartels. Herman 

Bartels. Jr.. Herman 

Bartlett, Edward T 

Bastable, Fretlerick 

Bastable, Frederick Joseph. ... 

Bastable. Stephen 

Baucus. William I 

Bauer, John 

Baumer, Anton F 

Baumer, Francis. . 
Baumer. George J . . 

Bavlis, Franklin 

Bayliss. Frank P 

Beach Bloomfield J 

Beach. Henrv T 

Beach, William A 

Beal, A. NL. Joseph 

Beardslev. Samuel 

Beauchamp, S.T.D., Rev. William Martin 

Becker. Harrv L 

Beckwith, Henry 

Bedell. Charles Mansfield 

Beebe, Arthur 

Beebe. Clifford Dwight 

Beebe, George H 

Beccher, Robert Malcolm 

Beecher. D. D.. Rev. Willis JuH^^n 

Belden, A. Cad well 

Beldcn. .Mvin J 

Belden. Charles CJ 

Beldcn, James Jerome. . 



|'A<;e 

• 340 

• 309 
■ 340 

280 



409 
9J 
34 
38 

I $6 

33J 
33» 
33a 
3<«7 
337 
loa 

67 
3S8 
3S8 
38$ 
66 
72 
197 
28$ 

83 
328 
240 
240 

24 
183 
181 

S9 
284 
238 
I6s 
165 
165 
18s 
34< 
373 
2S» 

38 
J84 
3" 

13 

397 
359 
226 

57 
I9« 
25« 
245 
267 
158 
158 
158 

87 



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NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



PAGE 

Helcien, James M 15^ 

Kelknap, Rev. Almeron I) 22 

Helknap, A. M., Ph. D., Rev. John D. . . . 22 

Belknap, Samuel F 4' 

Bellinger, Hiram Paulding 92 

Bellinger, 1). 1)., Rev. William W 314 

Bender, A. M., D. D., H. Richard 175 

Bendixen, Edward M 235 

Bendixen, Rudolph H 235 

Benedict, M. D., Abel Carter 135 

Benedict, Harry L "7 

Benedict, Joseph 357 

Benedict, M. Stuart "7 

Benham, Cieorge W 288 

Benham, Henry H 257 

Bennett, Daniel M 285 

Benson, M. D., Charles H i33 

Benson, C. B 4°! 

Benson, Emmett A 230 

Bergen, M. D., Thomas J 343 

Betts, Rev. Frederick \V 22 

Betts, Samuel T 182 

Bibhens. M. D., Stewart S 124 

Biddlecome, William Dexter 33^ 

Bierhardt, John E 192 

Bills, Benjamin Franklin 166 

Black, Jerrold William 200 

Blaikie, William 335 

Blauvelt, \\'illiam Hutton 9° 

Blum, Augustus 235 

Blum, M. D., Charles N 142 

Blumenthal, M. D., Oliver A i34 

Boggs, Henrv H 206 

Bond, Charles Henry 410 

Bond, Ozro Martin 41° 

Bonta, Rasselas A 66 

Booth, 1). D., LL. D., Rev. Henry M 266 

Born, Joseph "8 

Bnssert, William F 359 

Bostwick, Edward M 246 

Bowen, Ralph S 180 

Boycheff, M. D., (ieorge 'I'heodore 141 

Bovd, Andrew 63 

Boyd, William B I97 

Boyd, William Edwin 63 

Boysen, (ieorge 239 

Bovsen, (leorge W 239 

Boys-n, William A 239 

Bradlev, Christopher C 98 

Bradley, Christopher Columbus 98 

Bradlev, Jr., Christopher Columbus 98 

Brady,' Paul T 97 

Brainard, (leorge E ^73 

Brainard, D. D., Rev. John 264 

Brainard, John Morgan 272 

Brainerd, [. Millard 35° 

Brandt, A.B., Ph.D., Herman Carl George 318 

Brayton, M. Jesse 328 

Brayton, Stephen A 190 

Breed, James 1 168 

Breed, ( )liver C 301 

Brecse, Arthur 325 

Breitschwerth, Conrad 206 



I'A(;k 

Brewster, Henry Davis i' 

liridgman, Charles A ' 

Briggs, Roilolphus C 373 

Bristol, D. 1)., Rev. Daniel 18 

Brockway, Albert L 210 

Brenner, Myron C) 392 

Bronson, Clreen Carrier 322 

Brooke, Fred Thompson 227 

Brooks, James B 28 

Brown, M. D., A. James 342 

Brown, Alexander T loi 

Brown, M. D., Arthur H 282 

Brown, Caleb Candee 171 

Brockway, Charles Tifltany 174 

Brown, Clarence G 162 

Brown, Clinton C 210 

Brown, Ebenezer M 94 

Brown, Edgar French 40 

Brown, Edward 177 

Brown, Elon d 336 

Brown, Elon R 306 

Brown, E. J 368 

Brown, Frank 232 

Brown, James A 221 

Brown, D. D., Rev. Samuel G 317 

Brown, Rev. Smith W 316 

Brown, M. D., Ulysses H 129 

Bruce, Gen. Benjamin Franklin 152 

Bruce, Gen. D wight H 152 

Buck, Robert Jones 310 

Bucklin, M. J 397 

Buell, William Collins 199 

Bulger, Charles N 400 

Bulger, M. D., \\'illiam James 405 

Bull, \irgil Williams. . ." 185 

Bunnell, Calvin Stephen 98 

Burdick, Byron F 176 

Burdick, M. D., Daniel Webster 135 

Burtlick, Hamilton 35 

Burhans, Henry \ 200 

Burlingame, Walter Angell 149 

Burns, Peter 96 

Burns, Willis B 96 

Burrill, Harvey D 156 

Burton, Burr 80 

Bushinger, Eduard 336 

Butler. Col. John C} 258 

Butler, lohn Milton 355 

Butts, b! V 368 

Byington, Charles Abraham 350 

Byrne, Edward M 6i 

Byrne, Richard 410 

Cadin, Martin Lawrence 247 

Cadv, Charles 290 

Cahill, M. D., William Ambrose 138 

Calthrop, Richard Grant 147 

Calthrop, D. D., Rev. Samuel R 17 

Cameron, Delos W 3^ 

Camp, Talcott 347 

Campbell, M. D., Alexander J 125 

Campbell, Arthur Colin 133 

Campbell, David 252 

Candee, Charles E 170 



NOTABLE MKX OF CI-:XTK.\L XI-.W VORK 



4i; 



^ 1 "''^c- 

Canclee, Daniel lyo 

Candee, Edward S 171 

Candee, Frank R 170 

Candee, Horace 170 

Candee, M. D., James Willis 127 

Canoiigh, William Frederic 58 

Capron, M. D., C. Gray 344 

Carpenter, Arthur Fuller 379 

Carpenter, M. D., Eugene H 386 

Carpenter, Henry W 386 

Carson, M. D., James Carlton 121 

Case, Charles G 298 

Case, George M 298 

Case, Horace B 374 

Case, Solon F 299 

Casey, (). Robinson 163 

Cass, Richard Moore 207 

Cassidy, Fred A 369 

Cassidy, J. Henry iii 

Cassidy, Patrick 369 

Caten, Lavvton 244 

Caten, Leonard 244 

Cavana, M. D., Martin 385 

Cavana, Martin P 385 

Chaffee, M. D., Ralph W 139 

Chapman, Abner 84 

Chapman, Benjamin Franklin 383 

Chapman, luhvard Davison 60 

Chapman, Frank B 368 

Chapman, Levi S 39 

Chapman, Xelson Horatio 154 

Chapman, Stephen 383 

Chappell, C. Will 387 

Chase, Austin C 96 

Chase, Henrv Morton 230 

Chase, Jonothan C 69 

Chase, John McClure 100 

Chcesman, M. D., William S 279 

Cheney, Prentice Dana 388 

Chesebrough, 'Fhomas \\' 194 

Cheshire, Frederick W 223 

Childs, Noadiah Moodv 77 

Chittenden, Harlow W 188 

Church, M. D., Herbert Ashley 128 

Church, Rev. Lorenzo A 22 

Chauncev, R-v. Charles 3x8 

Clark, Charles P 64 

Clark, Elizur 83 

(Mark, Hezekiah E 243 

Clark, James W 187 

Clarke, Rev. Hugh Lorington Morrison.. 372 

Clarke. A. M., M. D., C. M. Wallace ^ii. 

Clarv, M. D., Lvman 126 

Cleveland, Charles F 367 

Clow. Bvron H 227 

Clune, Rev. Michael 13 

Clute. Stephen R 04 

Coakley, Timothy 33- 

Coan, Amos S 220 

Cobb. Dorr Raymond 45 

Coddington, Rev. Herbert Guibord 12 

Coddmgton, S.T.D., Rev. Wellesley Perry 146 

Cogswell, William Browne 89 



C^>it. !). I)., Rev. Albi-ri ''^21 

Cole, Charles C 24? 

Cole, Peter B ,1 

Cole, Rev. Phillip H 

Collins, (Jeorge K. . , 

Coltr)n, Charles Krastus 210 

Colton, Loren A 288 

Comfort, L. H. D., LL. P., (.ioi^,t 1 .147 

Comly, George N'ewhoKl 92 

Comstock, Jul ward 378 

Comstock, (Jeorge Franklin 24 

Comstock, \L D., Ira .Morris 343 

Comstock, William II 323 

Conde, Frederic 40J 

Conde, Henry S 403 

Conde, Swits 403 

Conk ling, Roscoe 319 

Connette, Edward (j 191 

Conway, John S 50 

Cook, Charles C 39 

Cook, George R 39 

Cook, M. D., George W 126 

Cook, B. A., M. D., Cuiy Reuben 136 

Cook, Horace 273 

Cook, Rev. Theodore Dwight 317 

Cook, William A 85 

Coon, Stephen Mortimer 401 

Cooney, Charles E 41 

Cooper, (i. Edw 363 

Cooper, Henry R 91 

Cooper, D. D., Rev. Thcron 18 

Coineil, Frank Marion 301 

Cornwell, Ray M 218 

Cory, (Jeorge W 9> 

Costello, Ilenr\ Dissel 42 

Costello, John Henry 42 

Corey, D. D., Rev. Daniel (Iriftin 316 

Cotton, George GriswoUI 9' 

Coughlin, John J 169 

Coughlin, Patrick H 169 

Couuhlin, I'hilip F 169 

Covell, \L D.. Charles A 128 

Coventry, M. D., Alexander 347 

Cowie, Alexander H 40 

Coxe, Alfred Conkling 32« 

Craig, John Hume '85 

Crane, Alfred Emorv 225 

Crane, M. D., S. Ellis I4« 

Cravton, B. Sc. M. D., Samuel Boyce 131 

Crcgg, Eilward W 5^ 

Creveling, A. M., M. IX. Joseph P 279 

Crimmins. J. B 39< 

Crocker, Warren ^77 

Cronin, John ^^' »o^ 

Cross, William ^54 

Crossett, William W aSJ 

Crouse, Charles E «o3 

Crouse, Huntington S. . . >99 

Crouse, Ja. :)b 7° 

Crouse, John 7° 

Crouse, John Jacob 79 

Crowell, M. D.. Lewis Clark 140 

Cummings, D. D. S., Walter Haines 143 



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NOTABLE .MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



PAGE 

Cummins, John James 88 

Curran, Edward 335 

Curran, William J 368 

Curry, Charles M 312 

Curtin, I'imothx 373 

Curtin, M. I)., William A 124 

Curtis, Rev. Kthan 21 

Curtis, Philo C 352 

Curtis, Philo S 352 

Daggett, Rufus 339 

Dallas, M. D., Alexander James 126 

Dalley, Charles J 231 

Dalton, Thomas William 142 

Dana, George Eames 72 

Danforth, Cjeorge F 24 

Darling, Rev. Charles Chauncey 348 

Darling, CJen. Charles W 348 

Darrow, F. M 302 

Darrow, Myron C 178 

Dattan, Rev. Hermann C) 20 

Davies, David Llewellyn 353 

Davis, Frederick James 370 

Davis, George W 380 

Davis, Harry Leander 236 

Davis, M D., Morris Jay 344 

Dawson, Edward S 64 

Day, S. T. D., LL. D., Rev. James Roscoe 146 

Dayan, D. D., Rev. John Ferdinand 19 

Day an, D. D. S., Squire Chase 143 

De.Xngeiis, Pascal Charles Joseph., 327 

Dear, John Sfjuire 144 

De (folia, Irwin Lucian 222 

De Kress, Charles Revere 236 

Deming, Ernest R 52 

Denio, Hiram 321 

Dcnison, Charles Anson 161 

Denison, Franklin Pierce i6i 

Denison, M. D., Henry Dellamater 161 

Denison, Lucius Sutherland 161 

Dennison, Charles Milford 330 

Dennison, (ieorge EIler\ 330 

De Puy, Clarence Clement 236 

Dering, M D., Nicoll Havens 342 

Dering, Sylvester 339 

Devcreux, Jolin Corish 349 

Devereux, Nicholas 349 

Devereux, Nicholas Edward 349 

De\ ine, James 33 

Devoe, Daniel D 391 

I )e\-, John 101 

Dickinson, Austin Ray 74 

Dickinson, Edwin Damon 102 

Dickson, Thomas 204 

Didama, M. D., LL. D., Henry Darwin.. 120 

Diets, William Henry 259 

Diilaye, Henr\- Augustus 77 

Jlilla>e, Henri Du(|uesnet 35 

Diiieiihack, C!a:en'-e 181 

Di\ ine, Wallace Hamlin 359 

Dolan, James E 224 

DoUen, (icorge Benjamin 54 

Donohue, M. D., Florince 123 

Doolittle, Benjamin 409 



P.AGE 

Doolittle, Charles H 323 

Doolittle, Julius T. A 329 

Doolittle, S\Ivester 409 

Dorwin, Jr., Thomas Milton 197 

Dorwin, Sr., Thomas Milton 197 

Dougherty, Rev. William F 14 

])ouglas, M. D., Fred James 344 

Douglas, V. S., James Murray 243 

Douglas, John T 190 

Douglas, \'irgil Chittenden 406 

Doust, M. D., Alfred G 137 

Do\vner, Ezra 85 

Doyle, XL D., LL. D., Gregory 121 

Doyle, \\'illiam J 379 

Drake, Edward 258 

Drake, John H 195 

Drake, Robert Emmet 53 

Draper, D. D.. Rev. Allen D 16 

Driscoll, Cieorge W 33 

Driscoll, Michael E 33 

Drum, NL D., J. Henry 142 

Dubois, Charles W 181 

Duell, Charles Holland 30 

Duguid, Henry L 66 

Dunfee, John 88 

Dunham, CJeorge E 340 

Dunham, Ph. D., Rev. Moses Earl 317 

Dunmore, Watson T 323 

Dunn, Thomas 117 

Dunning, Henry S 278 

Du Noyer, Frank M 312 

Durston, Alfred Sidney 173 

Durston, J. Frank 73 

l")wight, Charles Chaimcey 268 

Dwver, M. D., Fhomas B 134 

Earl, Robert 392 

Earl, Samuel 392 

Easton, M. D., Frederick E 132 

Ebeling, Frederick Henry 168 

Eckel, Jacob 119 

Eckel, Peter 119 

Eckel, Philip 119 

Eckel, Philip 248 

Eddy, Emerson Joel 201 

Eddy, CjCorge ^^' 201 

Edgcomb, Ernest T 48 

Etlinonds, Harry E 238 

Edwanls, Oliver Murrav i<)i 

Egar, D. D., Rev John II 372 

Elliott, Charles Loring 211 

Elliott, Edward 318 

Elliott, A.M., M.D., James Nelson Frazee 124 

Ellis, J. Charles 115 

Ellis, James Madison 69 

Elmer, William M 311 

Emens, A. M., M. D., P. Walter 144 

Emerson, lulgar C 305 

I'.iigelhardt, Ph. D., Francis F.rnest 205 

I'.nrighl, J. David 49 

I-'uriuht, .A. M., John Thomas 48 

ICrnsberger, William H 289 

Evans, John J 362 

Evans, Peter C 220 



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NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



4ig 



PACE 

Everett, Frank W i88 

Everson, Giles 86 

Everts, (Jeorge ^^'a^^er 278 

Fahnestock, D. I)., Rev. Alfred II 16 

Farmer, Harry H 55 

Farmer, William S 41 

Farrinj^^tnn, Jr , Frank J 59 

Faxton, Theodore S 334 

Fa\-, Edwin R 275 

Feek, Andrew J 63 

Felton, M. D., Charles A 141 

Fislier, D. O. Albert 144 

Fitch, Charles Elliott 152 

Fitch, Thomas Brockway 80 

Fitchard, William II 366 

Fit/ijeralii, Edward A 179 

Flatrtj;, Robert 233 

Flai^ler, Isaac \'an VIeck 272 

Flower, Anson Rannev 307 

Flower, Roswell Pettibone 307 

Fobes, Alan C 163 

Foote, D. D., Rev. John B 19 

Foote, William Y 229 

Forman, M. D., Eugene S 281 

Forman, Joshua 27 

Foster, James Alvah 294 

Foster, James Hi ram 284 

Foster, i.uther 1 207 

Foster, \\'illiam S 35^ 

Fowler, Albert I93 

Fowler, John Curtis 35 

Fowler, John Schurman 283 

Fox, Charles A 186 

Fox, Roval E 90 

Fralick, John P I57 

Frank, Charles A 239 

Eraser, M. D., Charles Edward 377 

Frazee, James i^5 

Frederick, A. Arwine 162 

Frederiksen. Johan Ditlev 396 

Freeman, Flisha E 176 

Freeman, Henrv Ogden 240 

Freeman, Hovt Harvey i94 

French. Frank H 302 

Frey. Carl K 364 

Friedel, Joseph Frank 241 

Frost, M. D., Conwav A 377 

Frye, M. D., Moses M 282 

Frver, George Gross 93 

Fulford, Rev. John N 294 

Fuller, Asa 361 

Fuller, Truman K 4^ 

Fuller, A. B., William Bostwick 53 

Fulmer, George 33^ 

Fulmer, Herbert S 207 

Funda, Henry 216 

Gale, Eeander 242 

(Jale, Richard 241 

(Gannon, William P 3' 

Ciardinier, William J 393 

Ciardner, Addison 24 

Gardner, DeWitt 299 



Gardner, Frank Smith i^ 

Ciardner, (Jcorge Judd ijj 

Gariiner, Rowland Hill .,;'. 

(iardfier. Waller E. . . . 1 ^:; 

(iarlick, Peter E , ^^^ 

(iarrett, (Jeorge Wiliiarn 1S4 

Ciarrett, Joseph William 1S4 

CJarvin, Anthony T j8fi 

Cj'ere, Oavid M pyj 

Gere, C Jeorge C 195 

(Jerc, Robert 81 

Gilbert, Nelson 291 

Gill, Francis Beaman 34 

Gillis, M E., Albert Rufus 91 

Gilman, Robert E 61 

Ciirvin, Warren Henrv 192 

Glass, .\I. I)., Jatncs H 341 

Glen, Willard Alanson 37 

CJoers, M. P., (Jeorge Ford 132 

(Goldstein, Julius M 38<i 

Goodellc, William Prevost 29 

Goodrich, O. P.. Rev. Alfred Bailey 314 

Goodrich, Charles B 46 

Goodrich, Clarence Everts 286 

Goodrich, M. I)., Clement C 140 

Goodrich, Eugene B 185 

Goodrich. I.uther S 286 

(jough. William H 218 

(jourk'v, John S 253 

Granger, Amos P 82 

Grannis, Charles \\' 212 

Grannis. George Heming 212 

Grannis, Marlin Robert 212 

Grant, Alexander 103 

Cirant, M. I")., Arthur Rogers 344 

Grant, Charles H 4"? 

Grant, J. Lewis 28S 

Graves, Maurice S 182 

Graves, Nathan Fitch 7° 

Grav. Niel 404 

Gray, Jr., Niel 404 

Grav, William Thomas 259 

Green, Douirlas Norval tf>o 

Greenland, Edward H 180 

Greenland. Herbert W 180 

Gregory, David P 201 

C]regorv, Jr., David D 201 

Grirt^n, Rev. William H 3»S 

Griffiths. T. Solomon 337 

Grimes, Rev. John '3 

Groesbcck, Leonard H 68 

Groot, A. M, NL D., Corncliu> Abraham 281 

Grossman, Martin (» 234 

Guile, Clau.le V 295 

Guilfovle, Frank I ^^ 

(7wvnn. M. D.. Charles A 282 

Hadcock, Oscar P 307 

Hadlev, George Frem<»nt '74 

Hakes, George C, 397 

Hale, Frank Herbert 176 

Hall. M. I">.. Albert Llewellvn 29^ 

Hall! Charles C »57 

Hall, Francis *55 



420 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 



PAGE 

Hall, Frank I) 2i8 

Hall, Jniinson 84 

llalleck, Cien. Henry U'ager 391 

Hammond, Charles Addison 196 

Hanchett, Chas. G 252 

Hancock, Theodore E 28 

Hand, Marcus Christian 156 

Hand, Theoodre F 388 

Harris, D. D., Rev. Moses H 304 

Harris, William H 202 

Hart, Jame,> \\' 270 

Harter, M. D., Fred J 394 

Hartman, M. D., William Louis 128 

HatHeld, M. E., Albert R 363 

Hatfield, (leorge 370 

Ha\en, Thomas D 253 

Hawley, D. D., Rev. Charles 264 

Hawley, M. D., Hiram B 132 

Hawley, J. Dean 258 

Hawley, M. D., William A 130 

1 1 ayden, Myron J 52 

[ I ayden, Seely C 95 

Hayes, Michael R 206 

Hazard, Frederick Rowland 89 

Heazlit, M. D., Ledra 281 

Heffron, A. M., M. D., John Lorenzo 121 

Heimstetter, William 251 

Hemingway, Harvey Clayton 108 

Henle\, Benjamin J 229 

Herrick, Allen Hayes 309 

Herrick, George S 119 

Herrick, 1). D., Rev. Osgood F^aston 304 

Hetherington, Henrv T 233 

Hewitt, Lee .' 288 

He\', (ieorge W 36 

1 1 ickey. Rev. John J 265 

Hier, (ieorge Sperry n6 

Hier, CJeorge Phillip n6 

1 1 igbee, L. F^arl 62 

Higgins, Alfred 95 

Higgins, Benjamin Lucius 95 

Higgins, A. M., John Darwin 375 

Hill, .'\mbrose W 387 

Hill, Wickliffe A 162 

Hilton, James S 219 

Hinds, Franklin Alien 310 

Hinrnan, James Harvey 167 

liitisdale, NL D., William (Graham 125 

Hiiiton, Thomas H 151 

Hiscock, Albert K 65 

Hiscock, Ciiarles 63 

Hiscock, Frank 28 

Hiscock, Frank H 25 

Hodge, William F 53 

Hodges, Frank B 42 

Hodgman, M. D., Alfred F 282 

Hoffman, D. D. S., Abram 240 

Hogan, John W 33 

Hogan, Thomas 45 

Holbrook, William (Jalen 198 

Holden, Erastus F 86 

Holihan, John 193 

Hollingworth, Walter Ci 346 



I'ACE 

Holzwarth, A. NT, Ph. D., Franklin Jai.ies 148 

Hoolihan, John 214 

Hoiisiiiger, NT D., Frederick S 137 

Hopkins, Hugh J 115 

Hopkins, .M. 1)., Ira D 345 

Hopper, Thomas 369 

Hough, William J 78 

Howard, Charles D 203 

Howarth, John William 355 

How e, Arthur C 361 

Howe, Charles W. C 246 

Howe, Newton 361 

Howlett, Alfred Adolphus 73 

Howlett, Parley 78 

Hoyt, Austin K 163 

Ho\t, \L D., Gordon Way 139 

Hubbard, Charles 109 

Hubbard, Charles H 109 

Hubbard, George B 109 

Hubbard, Thomas H 325 

Hubbard, D. D., LL. D., Rev. Wm. H . . . 264 

Hubbell, D. D. S., S 228 

Hughes, Charles 88 

Hughes, John F 355 

Hughes, Robert J 318 

Hugiies, William E 301 

Hulbert, Lucius Drake 217 

Hunt, M. D., James G 341 

Hunt, Montgomery 338 

Hunt, Ward 321 

Hunter, James 213 

Hunter, James C 300 

Hunter, John 300 

Hiuiter, Sr., John 300 

Hunter, Samuel C 100 

Hunter, 'Thomas 300 

1 lunting, Stanle\' E 311 

Huntington, Edward 380 

Huntington, D. D., LL. D., Rev. Ezra A. . 266 
Huntington, S.T.D., Rt. Rev. Frederic D. 11 

Hurd, F. Seward 75 

Hurst, Samuel 213 

Hutchinson, Charles W 354 

Hyde, Llorton A 1 1 1 

Hyde, Salem 105 

Ide, Charles Elliott 30 

Ide, Edwin C 55 

Irish, M. D., James Herbert 140 

Irwin, Theodore 401 

Ives, D. D., Rev. B. 1 267 

Jackson, Mark Hamilton 243 

Jacobs, Jacob M 407 

Jacobson, M. D., Nathan 121 

Jamieson, M. D., ^^'alter Wilson 136 

Janes, Rev. Legh Richmond 17 

Jenkins, Arthur 154 

Jenkins, James B 383 

Jenkins, M. D., JaiTies Morris 280 

Jenkins, Oliver E 188 

Jenner, William .\ 151 

Jenne\, ICdwin Sherman 27 

Jervis, John B 375 



NOTABLE MEN OF CENTKAL XKW VoRK 



I'ACE 

Jessup, D. D., Rev. Samuel 382 

Jewhiirst, Edward J 291 

Joerissen, Joseph 366 

Johnson, Alexander B 347 

Johnson, Arthur Breese 330 

Johnson, Charles J 95 

Johnson, Delos M 357 

Johnson, Henry 380 

Johnson, Patrick Joseph 233 

Jones, Arniiniiis B 54 

Jones, D. D., Rev. Charles Harris 400 

Jones, Charles Oliver 357 

Jones, D. D., Rev. Erasmus W 316 

Jones, Cjeorge \\' 367 

Jones, George Wilson 364 

Jones, Henry Albert 402 

Jones, M. I^., Ira L 405 

Jones, John Berton 351 

Jones, Re\'. John H 372 

Jones, Lawrence V 50 

Jones, Morvin M 326 

Jones, Peterson E 75 

Jones, Richard W 102 

Jones, \\'illiam Adelbert 37 

Jones, \\'intield S 74 

Jordan, Charles Lawrence 208 

Joy, Edward 99 

Judson, David H 403 

Judson, Edward B 64 

Judson, William Pierson 402 

Just, John Augustus 159 

Kay, Cyrus 394 

Kay, M. D., Cyrus 394 

Keeler, Dennis B 4f> 

Keese, M. D., J. Mumford 128 

Kelley, Seneca 189 

Kelley, William H 172 

Kellogg, George 299 

Kellogg, M. D., W. Clinton 125 

Keilv, Sidnev J 54 

Kennedy, Alfred D 383 

Kennedv, George Nelson 26 

Kennedy, V. G., Rt. Rev. Mgr. John J. . . 13 

Keiuiedv, John M 3^8 

Kent, Charles S 60 

Kenvon, Rev. James B 20 

Kenyon, John S 163 

Kenyon, Oscar Curtis 150 

Kernan, Francis 3^9 

King, John Lord 32 

Kingsley, M. D., Willev J. P 378 

Kinne, M. D., Arthur B 127 

Kinne, \l. D., Elbridge Olin 127 

Kirkland, Joseph 326 

Kirkpatrick, William 77 

Kirkpatrick. M. D., William 78 

Kitson, E. Finley 178 

Kline, Jav B 38 

Knapp, Charles Howard 202 

Knapp, John Wiltsie i4« 

Knapp, M. D., John Wiltsie 141 

Knapp, William Mead 223 

Kraft, Julius 286 



Kratz, Joim C 

Kreuzcr, I'liomas. . . 
Kunizsch, Frederick Augustus. 

Laird, Louis K. R 

Laird, \L I)., William R 

Lamev, William 

Lainorec, John J 

Lanigan, Daniel M 

Lansing, L. leii Eyck 

I.an/eita, James 

Lapham, S. Cjurncy 

Lapliam, William (i 

Larkin, .M. I)., Albert Edwin. . 

Law, NL 1).. William F 

Lawrence, Charles Edward 

Lawton, Albert W 

Lawtcjn, ICrnesi W 

Leach, Fhomas J 

Leamy, I'homas 

Leavenworth, Elias W 

Lee, M. D., Charles R 

Leggett, J. Shaw 

Lehr, M. D., (Jilbert N 

Leigliton, Herbert J 

Leiter, Louis 

Leonard, George B 

Leonard, Ph. I)., LL. D.. Noah. 

Leslie, lulmuiul Norman 

L'Estrange, Freilerick T 

Levy, Ph. H., NL D , 1. Harris 

Lewis, Alfred F 

Lewis, Ce\ Ion H 

Lewis, George Alfred 

Lewis, NL D., (i. Grittin 

Linehan, Cornelius 

Lipe, Charles V. 

Lipe, Willard C 

Listman, Charles 

Lockard, Charles Archbold 

Lockwood, S. r. D., Rev. Henry R 

Lohmann, Louis 

Longstreet, Cornelius F 

Lothrop, John H 

Lcnighlln, Frank H 

Love, Henrv M 

Loveland. A. NL, NL D., Bradford C... 

Lowery, Col. Joseph Stuart 

Lowerv, Samuel S 

Ludden, D. D.. Ri. Rev. Patrick A 

Luiiington, James S 

Ludwig, Charles 

Lvman, John • 

Lynch, D.D.. LL.D., Rt. Rev. Mgr. J. S. M. 

Lynch, Patrick 

Lynt, Landon N. . 

Lvon, Lew is Edwin 

NlacDougall, Clinton Pugald. 

MacGrath. Harold 

NLick. (icorgc L 

NLick, James I 

McCarthy, Dennis 

NIcCarthy, Dennis. 

McCarthy, John 



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27- 

2io 
290 
402 

597 
261 
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287 
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NOTABLE MEX OF CENTRAL Nl-.W" YORK 



PAGE 

McCartliv, Mattliew J 245 

McChesnev, Ph.D., D. D., Rev. Ensign.. 146 

xMcClary, M. D., Charles E 138 

McC'Iiire, Robert Currie 100 

McC'onnell, Joseph A 306 

McCormick, James A 49 

McCrahon, John Henry 59 

McGowan, Jr., George 36 

McCirath, Rev. John J 265 

McGuire, James Kennedv 88 

McKeebv, Ph. G., M. I., W. Coe 131 

McLaughlin, James 114 

McLaughlin, Jr., James 114 

McLennan, nonald Eraser 43 

McLennan, Peter B 25 

McLennan, M. D., Roderick C 122 

McMaster, NL A., M. D., Porter Robert. . 123 

McNeil, James Eranklin 93 

Magee, M. D., Charles Marquis 129 

Magee, Rev. James P 14 

Magee, Walter Warren 34 

Maher, John L 351 

Mahlerwein, George 216 

Maixson, M. D., Somers C 343 

Mallery, A. M., Rev. Charles Gilbert 20 

Manley, John W 364 

Mann, Enoch 213 

Mann, George H 220 

Mann, James E 330 

Mann, Jolin H 220 

Mann, R. DeWitt : 150 

Manzer, Deloss 254 

Manzer, Hubbard 254 

Mara, Michael McDonald 58 

Markert, Charles John 166 

Markham, Ernest Roland 187 

Markham, Herbert W 187 

Marks, Charles F 189 

Marscher, Arthur Henry 262 

Marselhis, John 105 

Marsh, Clinton S 272 

Marsh, M. D., Homer Preston 297 

Marshall, John C; 283 

Martin, Noble E 360 

Maslin, Hertiert E 7- 

Mason, Amos L 213 

Mason, Charles 3-^ 

Mason, Erwin E 246 

Mathews, James F 254 

Matt, F. X 366 

Maxwell, John 387 

Maxwell, John \\'illiam 202 

May, Rev. Samuel J 17 

Mavnard, (ieorge I I93 

Maynard, William H 326 

Mayors of Utica 411, 412, 413, 414 

Mead, Sheldon B 295 

Meads, Chauncey P 151 

Meaker, William Henry 274 

Mercer, \L D., Alfred 120 

Mercer, M. D., A. Clifford 122 

Merrell, Gaius Lewis 159 



P.AGE 

Merrill, Rev. Howland C 382 

Merriman, James 370 

Merriman, Jr., Samuel J 186 

Merwin, Milton Hervey 322 

Merz, Louis 211 

Metcalf, Edwin D 276 

Metz, George J 250 

Metzler, Ph.D., William Henry 148 

Meyers, Col. Francis X 339 

Michel, John 216 

Middieton, Robert 350 

Middleton, Walter Dexter 350 

Milford, Charles R 59 

Miliar, Charles 354 

Miller, Addison C 328 

Miller, D. D., Rev. Edward Waite 267 

Miller, M. D., George L 348 

Miller, George W 362 

Miller, Henry Eugene 56 

Miller, Morris S 326 

Miller, Warner 391 

Mills, Charles E 205 

Minahan, Luke Joseph 74 

Minor, L L. R 262 

Mitchell, Edwin B 393 

Molloy, 'Ehomas 69 

Monroe, M. D., Nathan Adelbert 123 

Mooney, NL D., Edward 1 124 

Moore, M. D., Bernard S 125 

Moore, John 212 

Moore, Thomas 408 

Moore, Thomas F 215 

Morehouse, Cieorge C 329 

Morgan, Frank L 57 

Morgan, Le Roy 26 

Morgan, Louis Segur 178 

Morgan, Theodore Le Roy 37 

Morgan, Van V 75 

Moriarit\ , Rev. James J 15 

Morris, William F 198 

Morris, M. D., William Seymour 345 

Morris, Windsor 198 

Morss, Dwight Foster 160 

Moses, Nicholas P 115 

Mott, John T 400 

Moyer, Bert. W 234 

Moyer, Frank E. S 74 

Moyer, Harvev .Mien 104 

Muench, William 165 

Muench, NL D., William (} 137 

NTulheron, Rev. William 265 

Mullioilaiid, John 362 

Nlullioliand, Thomas 248 

Nlulianc, Maurice B 118 

Nhillany, LL. D , Rev. John F 14 

Nlundv, Arthur Frederic 198 

Mundy, D. D., Rev. Ezekiel Wilson 12 

Nlunger, George G 5^ 

Nlunro, David 7^ 

Munro, David .Allen 71 

Nlunroe, Allen 80 

Munson, Alfred 335 

Munson, I'dnuind 354 



NOTABLE MEX OF CFATR \I 



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PACR 

Murphy, Rev. A 372 

Murphy, P. H 393 

Nash, John Francis 47 

Neal, William II. H 105 

Nearing, D. D. S., George Edward 143 

Nearing, J). I). S., Lucius Alexaniler 143 

Neliis, George NN'ehster 269 

Newell, James Echvard 39 

Newton, Homer E. I) 142 

Nichols, D. D., Rev. John C iS 

Nichols, Samuel P 176 

Niver, William K 87 

Nock, Thomas Gill 375 

Nock, M. D., Thomas Ciill 376 

Northrup, Ansel Judd 27 

Northrup, Milton H 152 

Northrup, Samuel Dodge 312 

Norton, C^lark Henry 249 

Norton, Jahez Harold 35 

Nottingham, lulwin 29 

Nottingham. .'\. M., Ph. I")., \\'illiam 2<) 

Noxon, James 26 

Nuffer, Jacob F 225 

Nye, George H 274 

Oberlander, Alexander E 43 

O'Brien, Daniel 214 

O'Brien, Tliomas 214 

O'Conner, William 242 

O'Hara, D. D., Rev. James A 14 

O'Herin, Frank I'.dmund 226 

O'Herin, John Daniel 226 

Oliphant, Ricluird 408 

Oliphant, Richard J 408 

Olmsted, A. Lee 44 

Olmsted, S. T. D., Rt. Rev. Charles Tyler 314 

Olmsted, Hiram Roger 103 

OIney, James P 379 

Omens, Joel A 352 

Orton, Frederick M 381 

Osborn, Charles M 222 

Osborne, David M 276 

Osborne, Thomas Mott 276 

Otto, Theophilus 234 

Owens, Huiih P 381 

Packard, Rev. Edward N 21 

Paddock, H. Lester 298 

Page, Alansan S 409 

Page, Epliraim J 32 

Palmer, Anson Newton loi 

Palmer, Charles L 207 

Palmer, D. D., Rev. Frederick W 265 

Palmer, M. D., Harold L 34^ 

Palmer, Manning C 65 

Papworth, Charles H 221 

Pardee, M. D , Daniel 296 

Pardee, M. D., Stephen 296 

Parker, M. D.. Frederick Henry 279 

Parkinson. William A 234 

Parmele, Edwin B 290 

Parsons, Arthur Edward 3'' 

Patten, William Adelbert '77 

Patterson, Loren L 233 

Payne, Sereno Elisha 269 



Pcarce, CJcorge W 

Pease, John Fletcher 

Pease, .\I. D.. Roger William> 

Peck, Henrv Da\ Kin 

Peck, Rev. Jesse T. 
Peck, (;en. John J. 

Peck, Wilber S 

Peck, Willard H... 

Pellen/, Erasmus 

Penniick, John Downvr . 

Pennock, James Wiliiatii 

Perr\, Herbert J. 



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Perr\, Jackson 

Peters, Nicholas -r. . 

Petlieram, Benjamin Franklin.. 

Pfaff, M. D., Otto.: 

Pilaris, Charles S 

Pilaris, Isaac R ! 194 

Phelps, .\rulri-w Jackson 189 

Phelps, Maurice A 6j 

Phillips, M. D., Erastus B 244 

Pierce, Daniel .Addison 37 

Pierce. D. D., Rev. David F 304 

Pierce, Lavern A 270 

Pierce, Svl vest er P 99 

Pierce, William Kassnn 99 

Pinkerion, John B 175 

Pin/er. J. Peter 15$ 

Pi<iuet, Charles J 208 

Pixley. Henry D J$l 

Plac?. John Albro 407 

Plant, James a$9 

Plant, M. D., William Tomlinson 129 

Plumb, Hiram W 65 

Plummer, Charles H 227 

Pomero\', Theodore M 37 J 

Poole. NIaj. Theodore Lewis a$8 

Porter. Ph. D.. J. Edward 14* 

Potter. Frank E »47 

Potter. Jr , Frank M 192 

Poucher. .\. M., Ph. D., Isaac Buchanan. . 406 

Powell, Eilward A 73 

Power, Frcilerick Macy 9> 

Pratt, Daniel 

Price, M. D., (Jeorgc Mcrriman 

Price, Milton S 

Proctor, Thomas R 

Prout. Rev. William C 

Purington, Warren S 

Putnam. M. D., Francis B '39 

Putnam, Hiram '° 

Putnam. A. .M., Kcndrick S 374 

Quinn. Rev. Francis J. . . '5 

Quinn. John J** 

RatTertv, Dnminick .Andrew. . . 224 

RaflFertv. William F ** 

Rafter. James B J9J 

Ralph. George ?*5 

Ralph, Jr.. (.eorge. J^s 

Ralph. George Arthur . . SM 

Ralph, George Frederick 3*5 

Rasav. Rev. Charles E. S J90 



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PACE 

Rayhill, James Warwick 327 

Raynor, Charles H 215 

Raynor, George 79 

Reddiii, Matthew C 204 

Redfield, Lewis H 79 

Redhead, Edwin R 299 

Redner, Henjarnin F 219 

Redway, James Hicks 255 

Reeve, Hiram E 190 

Reimers, Henry C 217 

Remich, Charles Edward 3S4 

Remington, Ciiarles R 309 

Remington, Elipliaiet 395 

Remington, Eliphalet 395 

Remington, Hiram 309 

Remington, Pliilo 395 

Reusswig, E. William 361 

Reymon, John Crawford 183 

Reynolds, John W 51 

Rhodes, Emmett 287 

Rich, Adelbert P 268 

Richards, Charles O 178 

Richards, Prof. Charles W 406 

Richards, Edmund 362 

Richards, M. D., Seymour S 394 

Richardson, Charles Arthur 224 

Rider, Harry M 232 

Riegel, Henry 27 

Riggs, D. D., Rev. James Stevenson 267 

Rilev, Philip 310 

Rill." Willard A 54 

Risley, Edwin H 329 

Roach, Col. CJeorge H 257 

Roberts, M. D., Charles S 137 

Roberts, Henrv W 367 

Roberts, JohnT 38 

Robinson, Homer Lockwood 289 

Robinson, D. 1)., Rev. Samuel D 294 

Robinson, Walter Cieorge 289 

Robinson, Jr., Walter (leorge 289 

Rockwell, LI.. H., ILiram Lindlev 384 

Roe, Jr., Ph. 1)., Edward Drake 148 

Rogers, Amos 355 

Rogers, Frederick S 219 

Rogers, Publius V 334 

Rogers, Watson M 305 

Rnmig, Hr)bert 1 278 

Rood, (leorge S 93 

Root, Elilui 320 

Root, A. B., ]"). D., Rev. t)ren 318 

Roscoe, Ben Wallace 250 

Rose, William 1 85 

Ross, James Frederick 284 

Rowling, Henry M 104 

Rubin, Moses D 246 

Rubin, William 49 

Ruger, William Crawford 23 

Rushmer, lieri.ert D 363 

Russell, Allien N 395 

Ruston, Benjamin 217 

R\an, Charles Phelps 237 

Ryan, Henry J 215 

Ryan, John James 113 



I'.^GE 

Ryan, Michael 237 

Ryan, Thomas 241 

Ryder, James F 145 

R\ der, John H 145 

Ryder, John H 145 

Rsder, Pliiiip S 145 

Sackett, Orson Leroy 229 

Sager, A. Park 112 

Sager, Cieorge J 112 

Salisbury, Daniel J 172 

Sandford, Alfred 380 

Sanger, Jedediah 325 

Sanger, Col. William Cary 320 

Saphore, Rev. Edwin Warren 304 

Sargent, Frank C 43 

Saulpaugh, Charles H 381 

Saunders, Joseph H 186 

Savage, John 323 

Saw\er, A. H 305 

Sawyer, NL D., Conant 28 r 

Sa\vyer, Cieorge C 174 

Scharoun, C). NL C, Rev. Peter \\' 315 

Schattle, George J 92 

Scherrer, (jeorge E 242 

Schilly, George W 253 

Schlachter, Simon George 52 

Schmeer, Henry 208 

Schnauber, Frank Justus 251 

Schneider, Frederick Henry 231 

Scripture, \\'illiam !•" 373 

Schwartz, 1). D., Rev. Karl 11 

Schwarz, Henr\ 249 

Scott, M. ]^., Addison \^' 138 

Scott, Frederick Bartlett 97 

Scott, \\'illiam IL H 225 

Scoville, Elijah V 205 

Seager, Samuel Alonzo 167 

Searing, Adolplnis Ihuvxluirst 268 

Searl, NL D., Ichabod Howe 129 

Sears, CJeorge H 50 

Sedgwick, Charles B 30 

Sefton, M. D., Frederick 279 

Sehl, Jacob 247 

Sessions, Ebenezer A 360 

Sessions, Frederick ^^' 360 

Seubert, Justin no 

Seward, William H 273 

Seward, Gen. William H 273 

Seymour, Albert Phelps 168 

Seymour, Henry 333 

Sevmour, Horatio 319 

Se\mour, John F 369 

Sevmour, Joseph 117 

Shanahan, lulward J 53 

Slianklami, William II 25 

Shaw, Frank 205 

Shea, I'd ward F 60 

Shea, [ohti U'. 45 

SheUhin. A. M., Ph. D.. Edward A 406 

Sheldon, M. D.. Jay W 127 

Sheridan, Lewis Nl 219 

Sherlock, Charles Reginalil 157 

Sherman, James S 324 



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Sherman, Richard \V 324 

Sherwood, M. D., Bradford V 139 

Shoecraft, M. A., Matthew J 384 

Shove, Benj amin J 40 

Sibson, Frederick 189 

Simon, Charles 110 

Sims, Rev. Charles X 19 

Skeel, Willard C} 177 

Slaven, Rev. William H 315 

Sloan, George Beale 401 

Sloan, Jr., C jeorge B 402 

Slociim, Frank Eugene 302 

Slocum. M. n., Fred W 136 

Slocum, Maj.-Gen. Henry \\'arner 257 

Slocum, Joseph 81 

Smalley, A. M., Ph. D., Frank 146 

Smart, Alexander Morris 193 

Smith, Alexander 232 

Smith, Bvron Clark 287 

Smith, LL. D., Carroll E 153 

Smith, M. D., Charles E 109 

Smith, Rev. C. B 390 

Smith, Dexter A 277 

Smith, Fillmore M 196 

Smith, Frank C 209 

Smith, Fred M 290 

Smith, M. D., Frederick Brook 306 

Smith, M. D., Frederick \V 122 

Smith, George W 393 

Smith, Henry B lyS 

Smith, Herbert 1 51 

Smith, James H 182 

Smith, James T 209 

Smith, J. William 9° 

Smith, Rev. J. B 21 

Smith, Ray B 44 

Smith, Silas Franklin I79 

Smith, Stanley CJeorge i79 

Smith, Vivus W i53 

Smith, Walter Snow den 97 

Smith, William Brown 83 

Smith, William H. H 86 

Sniper, Gen. Giistavus 257 

Snow, M. D., Sargent Francis 131 

Solomon, Samuel D 60 

Somarindvck, (Jeorge Augustus I55 

Soper, Arthur ^^' 375 

Soule, Frank Channing '59 

Soule, Howard 244 

Soule, Oscar F '59 

Southworth, Lotus Niles 33' 

Spalding, D. D , LL. D.. Rev. (ieo. Burley 16 

Specht, 'Flieodore \\'illiam " + 

Speich, Andrew Johnson 230 

Spencer, Charles Edwin 5» 

Spencer, Frederick George 295 

Spencer, Joshua Austin 320 

Spicer, Willis James +7 

Spinner, Francis Elias 39i 

Spinner. Rev. John P 39° 

Sprague, Wakeman G 94 

Spriggs, J. Thomas. 3-4 

Spring. Tileston Davis 231 



Stack, Georpe A 

Staeblcr, Rev. Christinn 
Stafford, .\I. D., Albert I. 

Standart, John Lowell 

Stanton, Kufus . 

Stansfield, William H 

Stearns, Edward Car! 

Steber, Benjamin 

Steinbicker, August 

Stephens, Charles Henry... 

Stephens, Herbert B 

Stephens, Melvin F 

Stephens, Samuel 

Stej)henson. Joiin C. . 

Stevens. George 

Stevens. Hcnr> James 

Stevens, Harold Luther 

Stewart, D. D., LL. D.. Rev. (;eorge Black 

Stickley, Ciustav 

Stilweil, Giles Heath 

Stilwell, Lamont 

Stockwell. NL D.. James K 

Stoddard. David C 

Stol/. Benjamin 

Stone. Charles J 

Stone. .M. D., Edward J 

Straiiling. I'dmund \\' 

Stranahan, NL D., J. Orley 

Stranalian, Nevada N 

Strauss, Jacob 

Street. M. A.. Ph. D. J. Richard 

Strong, John M 

Strong. Oliver R 

Stryker. C. \\'orrell 

Strxker, Rev. Melanrthnn WooKcv 
Sumner, Brig. (Jen. Edwin \'< "r 
Sumner. Brig.-Gen. Edwin \<isf 

Sumner, Bric.-(ien. Samuel S 

Sutton. NL D . Henry C 

Suvdam. S. C 

Sweet, John Edson 

Sweet. William A 

Sweeting. (Jeorge Balfour 

Svracuse Citizens Corps 

Svracuse Citizens Corps Annex 

Taber. Franklin P 

'Eaber, Lov.il Clark 

Taber. Wellington W 

Talcott, Charles A 

Tall man. Charles Newton 

Tallman. Selah C 

'Fanner. Charles A 

Tanner. Loren/n W 

'I'avlor. Alfred T 

Taylor. NL D.. Alonzo C. 

Taylor. James R 

Tavlor. Townscnd E 

Teall. Oliver 

Teall. William W. . 
Tefft, NL D.. Charles B\r<>ii 
Tefft. Edward Strong . 
Tefft. NL D.. Nathan R . 
Teller, NL D , Howard I 



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Teller, John Dubois 268 \\' 

Ten Broeck, Theodore Freii 172 \\ 

Terry, M. D., Marsliall Orlamlo 341 \\' 

Thalheiincr, Oates 108 \\' 

Thibault, Rev. B. Clevis 15 W 

Thomas, Thonias R 337 W 

Thompson, Charles Henry 199 \\' 

Thorn, William E 232 W 

Thurwachter, Louis L 104 \\' 

TifFan\, Andrew Jackson 222 \\' 

Timmins, Oeorge 97 W 

Titus, Henrv D 284 W 

Tobin, William N 203 W 

Todd, Floyd R 51 W 

Tolman, Si. D., Harvey B 135 W 

Tolman, James 110 \\' 

Tompkins, D. D. S., Henrv H 345 W 

Totman, M. D., David M 120 ^^' 

Townsend, William 324 W 

Tracy, Oseood V 89 \\ 

Tracy, William (} 30 \\' 

Traub, Frederick David 247 \\' 

Traugott. Frank W 250 \v 

Travis, A. M., Abram Lincoln 151 \v 

Trotter, William Gosman 46 \v 

True, Ransom B 173 w 

Truesdell, John W 183 \\ 

Trumble, Charles Henrv 177 W 

Trump, Edward N 89 W 

Turner, Cjeorpe BrinkerhofF 269 W 

Tuttle, Rev. Elliotte Ambrose 19 W 

'Futtle, Robert Richardson 179 \\ 

Tyler, Comfort 78 W 

Underwood, Charles E 116 W 

Underwood, Charles Kingsley 73 W 

Upson, James W 235 W 

Vadeboncoeu'-, NL 1^.. "^ntoine F 123 W 

Van Auken, Mvron W 327 W 

Van Bergen, Harold M S5 \\' 

Van Duyn. A. NL. M. D., John 120 \\ 

Van Gaasbcck, M D., Abram T 135 \\' 

Vann, Irvinp Goodwin 23 \\' 

Van Patten, Fred N 184 W 

Van Patten, Horace S 184 W 

Van SIvke, Fred Loren 192 W 

Van Wagoner, XL E., William 218 W 

Vary, Ezra A 379 W 

Vclasko, Adolnh G 114 \\' 

Verbcck, William 149 ^^' 

Vernon, S. T. D., LL. D., Rev. Leroy \L . 147 W 

Wadswortli, David 277 W 

Wadswo! th, Jr., l^avid 277 W 

Waper, D. E 374 ^^' 

Wager, Frederic 1 374 NN' 

Wait, Hornce R 275 W 

W^ait, William F 274 W 

Walch, B. S.. NL D., Charles J 132 W 

Walch, F'-rderick 1(^7 W 

Walch, Philip N 167 W 

Walcott, W. D 354 ^^' 

Walker, Frank RMbins-n S^' W 

Wallace, Rev. Wi]li:im B ^\(^ W 

Wallace, LL. D., William lames 23 W 



PACE 

alley, Martin 1 283 

alrath. All red 224 

a I rath, Frank 1 221 

ardwcll, John S 378 

ariiwell, Samuel 378 

arner, Charles Blaine 191 

arner, Charles M 87 

arner, James Arthur 62 

arner, Juilson W 388 

arner, William H 118 

ashburn, John Ross 311 

atcrfield, Albert E 243 

alers, LL. \L, Louis Lincoln 32 

atson. Burton E 173 

atson, M. A., M.D.,LL.D., William H. 319 

atts, Herbert Clarence j:!S 

ayte, Charles Frederick si 

eaver, Frederick Cxeorge 353 

eaver, \'an Rensselaer 353 

eed, Harrv W 228 

eed, Thurlow 340 

eekes, John 311 

eeks, Charles G 113 

eeks, Forest G 113 

eeks, Jr., Forest (} 113 

elch, D. D., LL. D., Rev. Ransom B. . . 266 

elch, Walter 42 

elch, William 154 

enz, Frank C 238 

est, F'ugene 112 

est, Cieorge 112 

estall, ^^'alter Wilbert 62 

estcott, C jeorge 358 

estcott, William B 358 

eston, Thomas P 336 

heatle\-, Fhnmas 99 

healon, Horace 84 

iieeler, Charles C 250 

heeler, Jr., Cyrenus 275 

helan, Michael 116 

bite, Andrew D 76 

hite. Canvass • 333 

bite, Charles E 150 

hite, Charles N 356 

bite, Eugene M 41 

hite, Frederick Davies 40 

bite, Hamilton 76 

bite, ILTmilton S 76 

bile, NL D., Henr\ D 377 

bile, Horace 32 

bite, Horace 76 

bite, Hugh 333 

bite, Nicholas A 356 

bile, Noah 356 

hite, William M 333 

hite, William N 356 

hillock, Ji'hn Roiiert 107 

liilnall, r. Spencer 209 

biiiKill, Willis B 209 

Ickcs, Jared \\' 252 

ii-ling, M. 1")., J'<hn M 130 

iggins, .Arthur M 410 

ight, NL D., Lyinan Lincoln 346 



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Wilcox, Benjamin Martin 269 

Wilkinson, John 71 

Will, Albert J 164 

Will, Anthony 164 

\\'il!, Anthony 164 

^^'ill, Louis 164 

Willard, M. D., Sylvester 283 

M'illiams, James (1 237 

Williams, M. D., Mather 126 

\\'illiams, Nathan 325 

\\'iiliams, Pardon C 305 

\\"illinms, Robert Stanton 334 

WMlliams, S. \\'ells 320 

Wills, (leorge Frederick 278 

^^'ilsey, Charles Davis 210 

Wilson, Charles Stuart 335 

Wilson, Kdfj;ar Norman 45 

\\'ilson, John Dawson 150 

Wiltse, \^'iIliam Henry in 

Winjienbach, M. D., Julius F 345 

\\'inshurst. Rev. Edwaril 16 

W'ise, James B 310 

Witter, William E 387 

Wittner, Joseph 242 

\\^)erner, David C 166 

Wolcott, Clarence Eugene 106 

Wood, Charles H 100 

Wood, Charles \\'ells 106 

Wood, Clarence Ashton 57 

Wood, Gen. Daniel P 66 

Wood, George Albert 68 

Wood, Henry J 349 

Wood, Reuben 196 

Woodford, Dwight B 185 



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Woodruff, A. F.ewis . .11 

NN'oodruff, Jason C tj, 

Woods, Frank I j. 

Woods, Thomas ^ 

Woodward, J. Mereditli... ^^ 

Woof, N. Howard ,,» 

Wool worth. Smith T -,,•, 

^\Vrden, Lester A ,^-j 

Worts, Mannister jQg 

\\'right, Charles R 248 

N\'right, David 270 

Wright, Franklin Day 270 

Wright, Maurice Lauchiin 400 

Wright, Iruman K i^^ 

N\'ylie, .Arthur J jgf 

\\'ynkoop, Jtmailian G ^ 

Wynkoop, \\'illiam A 68 

"S ates, .Alon/o Chester loj 

Yates, .Arthur P 190 

^Oe, Richard A . . 25 j 

A'oumans, .Amos . . 298 

^ oung, Charles G '^5 

^'oung, Frank E ijo 

^'oung, John Herbert Hamilt)ii 175 

Zahm, I'dward 241 

Zenner, Da\ iil 260 

Zenner, Leopold 360 

Zenner, Joseph 360 

Zenner, Nathan 261 

Zenner, Philip 260 

Zimmerman, D. D.. LL. D , Rev. Jeremiah 17 

Zinfsmaster, .A. P 312 

Znller, Jacob 396 



428 NOTABLE MEN OF CENTRAL NEW YORK 

Subscribers Whose Portraits Do Not 
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Ackerman, David. 
Adams, William C. 
All is, James Ashbel. 
Baker, Frank S. 
Barnett, John Lankton. 
Bartels, John F. 
Barton, William D. 
Belch, M. D. C. M., John A. 
Benson, Frederick A. 
Betts, Oraham Kennedy. 
Brennan, Patrick Henry. 
Brown, William H. 
Carroll, Charles. 
Church, Thomas L. 
Clark, Thomas M. 
Clere, Thomas H. 
Conklin, Calvin W. 
Conway, Merritt C. 
Cornell, James H. 
Crammond, William J. 
Ciirrie, John M. 
Dahl, S. W. 
DeLong, William A. 
Dodge, Horace Marvin. 
Dwyre, John H. 
Easton, James Ir\vin. 
Ethridge, Franklin Alfred. 
Evans, Orry R. 
Faber, Joseph E. 



Fairchild, George E. 

Fellows, Byron F. 

Foley, William L. 

Frisbie, George A. 

Gallup, James Hoyt. 

Gamble, Charles Willard. 

(jang, Charles H. 

Ciarrett, Jr., Thomas H. 

Gee, John W. 

Gillette, Prosper F. 

Gilman, Charles R. 

Gleason, Michael J. 

Goulding, Walter B. 

Greis, A. B., M. D., Wm. H. 

Hamilton, LL.B., Ph.D., Jas. H. 

Haskins, Royal N. 

Haskins, William D. 

Hayes, Larry. 

Hedge, Charles Lyman. 

Higbee, Irving J. 

Higgins, George Edwin. 

Hinds, Jesse L. 

Hinman, Harry Royal. 

Holden, Benjamin. 

Hyland, M. D., Edward M. 

Joy, L. Fowler. 

Kilbourn, Judson G. 

Lancaster, Stephen Wilson. 

Lamott, Thomas. 

Lavare, H. S. 



Leahy, James F. 
Lee, Harr\ Slieridan. 
Lefe\er, Charles F. 
Lefever, Daniel .\L 
Lefever, Frank. 
Lefever, CJeorge NL 
Lighton, C. Frank. 
Ligliton, J. Edward. 
Ma\-, Herbert Allison. 
Mavnard, M. D., Wm. H. 
Mills, Henry H. 
Moir, Edward. 
Moir, Joiin NL 
Morey, Adam C. 
Mosher, John \. 
Neal, Joseph \\'ard. 
O'Reilly, Patrick James. 
Pnpwortli, \'. S., David C. 
Scanlon, John D. 
Schillner, George C. 
Schmeer, C}eorge J. 
Smith, Frank C. 
Spauldir.g, James C. 
Stewart, Elliott H. 
Tornev, Jr., NL D., (leorge H. 
Turner, V. S., Harry A. 
\\'airsoner, Frank W. 
Williams, M. D., Frank C. 
Young, Will Crandall. 



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