MILTON B. SMITH, cashier of the Farmers' National Bank of Deposit, New York, was born in Woodstock, that State,
October 16, 1876, son of Dr. Lyman B. and Estella (Brown) Smith.
As a boy he attended the public schools, and graduated from the Hornell Academy at Hornell, New York. Soon after
this time he entered the employ of a bank in Hornell and received several promotions from time to time as his ability
increased. He removed to the town of Deposit, and there entered the employ of the Farmers' National Bank, where
he is now cashier. This position he has gained through his own efforts and through his ability to demonstrate his
fitness for the work. He is a well liked and highly esteemed among the business men of Deposit, and in the public
and fraterml, as well as the social life of that place, he is very prominent. Mr. Smith is a nieniher of the Masonic
organization in Deposit, and with each passing year of his membership his zeal for the institution increases. He
has passed through several of the chairs, and is a member of the Ancient Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrine.
In 1912 Mr. Smith married, at Deposit, May Mosher, daughter of Charles L. Mosher, and they are the parents of a
daughter, Jean Mosher. With his family he is an attendant of the Presbyterian church of Deposit.
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
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