THOMAS B. ALDERMON* - For seven successful years Thomas B. Aldermon has been engaged in the automobile accessory
and repair business, and is one of the foremost business men of the town of Endicott, New York. He was born August
24, 1882, in Dundee, New York, son of Rufus Aldermon, for mare years engaged in business as a harness maker, and
Edith (Dennis) Aldermon.
After completing his elementary education, Mr. Aldermen* was engaged in the garage business for a few years, and
then for a decade was connected with the United Shoe Machine Compare. In 1915 he locate in Endicott, where he established
himself in business as repairman of automobiles, and also has an accessory store connected with his garage.
Always of an enterprising and progressive nature, he has made rapid progress during his years in business, and
is now connected with the Farmeras' National Bank, and is one of the leading members of the Republican party of
the town of Endicott. Fraternally he is a Mason, holding membership in Round Hill Lodge, No. 533, Free and Accepted
Masons and Binghamton Consistory, including the thirty second degree; he is also a member of the Independent Order
of Odd Fellows. His club is the Automobile of Endicott.
Thomas B. Aldermon married, in Dundee, October 28, 1903, Mary Elizabeth Crane, born April 10, 1886, daughter of
Elias, a farmer, and Mary Bartholemew Crane, and they are the parents of two sons: Halsey, born April 15, 1915,
and Paul Edward, born February 24, 1918. Mr. Aidermon and his family attend the Presbyterian church of Endicott.
* Both spellings Aldermon and Aldermen were in the book, keep as published.
Binghamton and Broome County
Editor in chief: William Foote Seward
Libarian for the Binghamton Public Libraey
Lewis Historical Publishing Company
New York and Chicago, 1924
Broome County, NY
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