Van Epps, John Sminck; coal agt.; born, Cleveland, Aug. 13, 1885; son of John Payson and Mary E. Sminck Van Epps; educated, Cleveland High School; married, Cleveland, April 20, 1881, Fanny Noakes; issue, three children, Sally, Leslie J., and Mrs. J. C. Sanderson; Western sales agt. for the distribution of Anthracite, West of Buffalo, produced
Van Epps, Leslie; wholesale coal dealer; born, Cleveland, May 9, 1883; son of John L. and Fannie Noakes Van Epps; educated, Central High School and Case School of Applied Science; married, New York City, Sept. 29, 1908, Mabel E. Anderson; two children; supt. “Catherine Colliery,” of the Trevorton Co., of Trevorton, Pa.; sec’y and treas.
THEODORE C. VAN EPPS. – Mr. Van Epps, a portrait of whom is placed among the illustrations of this work, is one of the best known men in Washington’s capital city. He was born in New Scotland, eight miles west of Albany, New York, February 15, 1847, and is the son of Charles and Angelica