Biography of George G. Doty


Doty, George G., Buffalo, is the son of Cornelius B. and Rebecca Doty, and was born in Hartford, Conn., April 1, 1862. Cornelius B. Doty enlisted in the 16th Coma. Vols., served four years in the Civil war, was wounded and honorably discharged. and afterward moved to New Haven, Conn., and later to Sparrow's Point, Md., where he died in 1888, at the age of fifty-six. He was a brick manufacturer. George G. Doty was educated in the High School at Springfield, Mass., where be was for about two and a half years the cashier of a large dry goods store. He subsequently held similar positions in Hartford, Conn., and Elmira, N. V., for two years each. In 1888 he came to Buffalo as manager for A. R. Morse, one of the leading men's furnishers of the city, located at No. 289 Main street, and in 1891 purchased the business, which he has since conducted with uninterrupted success, moving it to his present location at No. 523 Main street in 1895. He also manufactures fine custom shirts, and has one of the best appointed establishments in Buffalo. March 10, 1892, he was married to Miss Nellie J. Boylen, of Elmira.

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The Boston History Company, Publishes 1898


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