FRANK WOOD came to Deposit, New York, when a boy from Rutledge, Tennessee, where he was born February 12, 1868,
and there he completed his education. His father was a member of the legal profession, which he followed in Rutledge,
Tennessee, until his death in the early eighties.
As a boy Mr. Wood was interested in mechanics, and as he grew to manhood he continued to follow this inclination.
He learned the machinist's trade and for several years was employed in this capacity. After the advent of automobiles
he began to specialize more in their repair. Later he became the agent of Ford cars in Deposit and continues to
handle this car. He also has built a large and well equipped garage, and the constant increase in business is ample
proof of the high class of workmanship and the satisfaction of patrons. Outside of a membership in the Business
Men's Club and the Masonic order, Mr. Wood is not identified with any public body, nor is he active in any political
organization. However, he is a true citizen and the interests of Deposit are his interests. He is a regular attendant
of the Presbyterian church, and with Mrs. Wood is active in the support of its charities.
Mr. Wood married, at Binghamton, New York, Libby Bundy, of Walton, New York.
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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