Biography of Stuart S. Wilson
Broome County, NY Biographies





STUART S. WILSON, vice president of the Delaware Mills, Inc., wholesale dealers in grain and grain products, of Deposit, New York, stands on his own merits in the success he has achieved and is prominent among the business men of Deposit. He was born October 10, 1889, in Glenburn, Pennsylvania, son of Thomas H. and Mary (Strong) Wilson. The former was for many years a member of the Empire Grain and Elevator Company, of Binghamton, New York, and actively identified with the business interests of that city.

Mr. Wilson prepared for college at Phillips Exeter Academy, at Exeter, New Hampshire; subsequently he graduated from Yale University, and immediately afterwards became associated with his father in business. He began at the bottom and made a study of each detail, and after removing to Deposit, where the present company was incorporated, Mr. Wilson was appointed vice president. In discharging the duties of this office, he has proved his worth and efficiency and is assured of still greater success in later years.

Mr. Wilson served in the World War as a member of the Fifty fourth Heavy Artillery, and was stationed in Angers, France, for the period of a year.

Mr. Wilson married, in 1914, at Englewood, New York, Elisabeth Whitteinore, daughter of Henry and Caroline Whittemore, and they were the parents of a son, Stuart, Jr., and two daughters: Carol S. and Nancy MacLean Wilson. The family attend the Presbyterian church.

From:
Binghamton and Broome County
New York
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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