Biography of Byron D. Gibson


Gibson, Byron D., Aurora, p. o. Willink, born in East Aurora, September 12, 1859, is a son of Chrisman and Elizabeth (Smith) Gibson, both natives of England and came to Buffalo about 1846, where they lived until 1850, when they settled in East Aurora. He was a cutter by trade and followed it for several years, when he engaged in the merchant tailoring business and afterward in the clothing business until his death in July, 1890. Byron D. Gibson was reared and educated in East Aurora and clerked for his father until his death, since which time he has carried on the business alone; he is also in partnership with A. E. Hammond in the same business. Mr. Gibson was married in 1884 to Hattie A. Holmes of East Aurora, and they had two daughters, Ethel and Sarah. He is a member of Blazing Star Lodge, F. &. A. M., East Aurora Chapter No. 282, R. A. M., the Aurora Borealis Lodge, I. O. O. F., the East Aufora Council No. 1152, R. A., and Masonic Life Association of Western New York. He was postmaster at Willink during Harrison's administration.

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