BURT HENRY GREINER - Among the more enterprising lawyers of The Bronx is Burt Henry Greiner, member of the firm
of Greiner, Peecook & Buck. He was born in Dayton, Cattaraugus County, New York, on May 31, 1882. His father
was William Greiner. His mother was Euretta (Button) Greiner, of a very old American family. William Greiner was
a farmer in Dayton, where he lived all his life.
Burt Henry Greiner attended public school in his native village, and followed with a course in the high school
at Gowanda, New York, from which he was graduated in 1901. He afterwards entered the Cornell University Law School,
where he took a four year course in law and arts. He was graduated in the class of 1905. He received the degree
of Bachelor of Laws and was admitted to practice the same year. He began as attorney for the Title Guarantee and
Trust Company in New York, forthwith, and continued until 1924, when he formed the present firm of Greiner, Peecook
& Buck (q. v.), each of the members having had thorough experience with the Title Guarantee and Trust Company.
Mr. Greiner is a member of the University Club of White Plains; and other organizations.
Mr. Greiner was married September 2, 1908, in Cuba, New York, to Zora A. Grady, of Cuba, New York, daughter of
Royal Grady, a native of Cuba, and of Augusta (Smith) Grady. They are the parents of the following children: I.
Carlton Burt, born December 10, 1910. 2. Edward William, born March 9, 1913. 3. Marjorie Louise, born April 17,
1920. The business address of Greiner, Peecook & Buck is No. 364 East One Hundred and Forty ninth Street, Bronx
Borough. The house address of Mr. Greiner is White Plains.
The Bronx and its people
A History 1609-1927
Board of Editors: James L. Wells,
Louis F. Haffen
Josiah A. Briggs.
Historian: Benedict Fitspatrick
Publisher: The Lewis Historical Publishing Co., Inc.
New York 1927
Bronx County, NY
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