Biography of William Eyring


Eyring, William, West Seneca, p. o. Gardenville, was born in West Seneca, November 28, 1857, a son of Henry and Elizabeth (Schatz) Eyring, natives of Germany, who emigrated to America in 1853 and settled for one year in Buffalo, thence to West Seneca, where he purchased a farm and resided there until his death in 1896. William Eyring was educated in the public and German schools, and in 1879 married Caroline C., daughter of Charles Krebs of Buffalo. They had four children: Frederick W. and Charles who are still living, and George and Henry, deceased. Mr. Eyring was a milk peddler in Buffalo for seven years, commencing at the age of eleven years. For the last eighteen years he has resided on the homestead, where be carries on general farming and gardening. He is a Republican and for four years has been inspector of election. He is a member of the Cazenovia. Lodge No. 341, I. O. O. F., and he and his wife attend the Lutheran church in Buffalo.

Our County and its people
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Edited by: Truman C. White
The Boston History Company, Publishes 1898


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