Location: Fulton New York

Biographical Sketch of William Henry Garlock

Garlock, William Henry; laundryman; born, North Greece, N. Y., Aug. 13, 1842; son of Elisha and Lucy Wilkinson Garlock; educated, common schools and Falley Seminary, Fulton, N. Y.; married, Fulton, N. Y., Florence Adell Ingell; Republican; spent seven winters teaching district school; engaged in men’s furnishing business 1873; started in the laundry business, 1880; pres. The Garlock-Frazee Laundry Co.; trustee Dorcas Invalid’s Home; Mason and Knight Templar. Recreation:...

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Biographical Sketch of Roland Edward Skeel

Skeel, Roland Edward; physician; born, Fulton, Oswego County, N. Y., Feb. 9, 1869; son of Francis Adelbert and Hattie(Butler) Skeel; educated, Cleveland public schools; M. D., University of Michigan, 1890; married Alva P. Boepple, of Cleveland, O., 1893; Dean Cleveland College Physicians and Surgeons, 1902-1910; prof. gynecology, Western Reserve University; gynecologist to St. Luke’s Hospital; consulting surgeon to Lutheran and Lakewood Hospitals; visiting gynecologist to City Hospital; member American Association Obstetricians and Gynecologists, A. M. A.;...

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John Bliss Atwater of Fulton NY

John Bliss Atwater7, (Elnathan6, Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Benjamin3, Michael2, Christopher1) born Nov. 6, 1835, married, Nov. 5, 1886, Sabrina, daughter of John and Maria (Lintner) Dillenbeck, who was born May 24, 1836, died April 24, 1903. He was a farmer in Fulton, N. Y. Children: 1640. Ida Angelia, b. Dec. 5, 1858, m. Dec. 19, 1877, Eugene Wallace Parker, of Brownsville, N. Y., where they now (1916) reside. Issue: (1) Grace Bell, b. July 30, 1880, m. Nov. 12, 1901, Edward B. Everleigh; (2) Lola Louise, b. Nov. 5, 1884; (3) Nina Adelia, b. April 18, 1887; (4) George Henry, b. Dec. 30, 1888; (5) Rose Wallace, b. Sept. 30, 1891. 1641. George Elnathan, b. Dec. 15, 1861, m. Jan. 1, 1889, Sarah Frances, daughter of Albert and Mary E. (Messler) Norris, who was b. Jan. 9, 1870. He is an inspector of transfers in Chicago, Ill., they had issue: Helen Frances, b. Jan. 28, 1897. 1642. Fenton D., b. June 17, 1867, d. Oct. 4, 1876. 1643. John C., b. Oct. 15, 1875, m. July 11, 1900, Vola, daughter of George F., and Lozane M. (Salisbury) Hills. Issue: Marguerite, b. May 4, 1905; they live in Brooklyn, N. Y. 1644. William R., b. Oct. 13, 1881,...

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Biographical Sketch of R. J. A. Mack

R. J. A. Mack, of Redlands, is a native of Syracuse, New York, born June 24, 1842. He received his education in the schools of Syracuse and Fulton, New York, and commenced the study of medicine with Dr. Townsend, of Syracuse; he also attended and graduated at the college at Geneva. He began practice at Syracuse, afterward continuing at Rochester, and later at Lyons, New York. Thence he removed to Chicago, where he attended Bennett Medical College (Eclectic), graduating in 1876. He practiced in Chicago until 1886, when he removed to California, and on the 9th of November of that year settled in Redlands; being one of the Chicago colonies that located here. He conducted the Prospect House a year and a half, practicing also at the time. He then built his present handsome residence, on a tract of one and a half acres which he purchased. He has 40,000 orange seedbed stock, 2,000 of last year’s buds and 6,000 of this year’s buds, on his home place. He also has ten acres of land in the Crafton District, part of which is already planted to oranges, and the remainder will be in 1890. Dr. Mack was married November 26, 1876, to Annetta Bishop, a native of New York City. They have three children living, viz.: John A., Jr.; Roy A. and Raymond. One is deceased, Grace, aged seven...

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Biographical Sketch of Collins F. Tillotson

Collins F. Tillotson was a farmer of Maple Township, Ida County, Iowa. He purchased wild prairie land in February, 1874, when he came to Ida County and resided on 417 acres in Section 18. He was born in Onondaga County, New York, December 7, 1846. His father was Sanford P. Tillotson born in Connecticut and was a soldier in the Revolutionary war. His mother was, before her marriage, Miss Nancy Jane Ward. His grandfather, David Tillotson, was a native of Connecticut and served in the war of 1812. Collins was reared in New York and received his education in the common schools and at Monroe Collegiate Institute, Elbridge, New York. He attended Faley Seminary at Fulton, New York. He had a nice frame dwelling on his land, along with a barn, crib building, and hog house with a lean-to. He had cattle sheds, stock scales, windmill, and piping leading to the different yards. At the age of 24 years, Mr. Tillotson married in Onondaga County, New York to Miss Mary J. Clark. Mary was the daughter of Newton and Phoebe (Sprague) Clark. They had six children: Jessie, Fred, Charley, Francis, Mertie, and...

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