Biography of Carlton E. Nay

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CARLTON E. NAY, treasurer, secretary and a director of the Monarch Accident Insurance Company of Springfield, Massachusetts, was born in Westford, Vermont, January 11, 1881. His father was Elisha A. Nay, a farmer; and his mother, Lucy (Maxfield) Nay. He attended the public and high schools of Milton, Vermont, and at an early age engaged in business with Swift & Company at Burlington as bookkeeper, where he continued for eight years. He followed this with a period in the mercantile business in Underhill, Vermont, where he was engaged for six years. Afterwards he came to Springfield in 1916, and was bookkeeper for the Nayasset Club for four years. He became bookkeeper for the Monarch Accident Insurance Company at No. 14 Maple Street, Springfield. He was advanced to assistant treasurer in 1923; and two years later, in the spring of 1925, he was made treasurer and secretary of the company, and he continues to discharge the duties of those posts. He was elected a director of the company soon after his last promotion. Mr. Nay is a member of McDonald Lodge, Free and Accepted Masons, at Jericho, Vermont: of Burlington Chapter Royal Arch Masons, Burlington, and of the Faith Congregational Church, Springfield.

Mr. Nay married, in Jericho, Vermont, Clara E. Brown; daughter of Burke G., and Elizabeth Flowers Brown. They are the parents of Russell B., born at Burlington, January 16, 1904, and Lucille S., born July 31, 1909. His business address is No. 14 Maple Street, Springfield; and his home address at No. too Belvidere Street, Springfield.




MLA Source Citation:

Holland, Josiah Gilbert. History of Western Massachusetts Springfield: S. Bowles and company, 1855. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 23 April 2014. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/massachusetts/biography-of-carlton-e-nay.htm - Last updated on Aug 15th, 2011


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