Enos & Sanderson Company, Buffalo, NY


Enos & Sanderson Company, The, Incorporated, Buffalo, George B. Enos, President, and Charles H. Sanderson, Secretary and Treasurer.-George B. Enos was born in Genesee, Wis.. January 25, 1860. In 1871 he removed to Buffalo, where he attended the public schools, and upon leaving was engaged as a bookkeeper, subsequently obtaining employment in the carriage hardware business of Fowler & Sons, in whose employ he remained for several years. In 1895 he engaged in his present business. Charles H. Sanderson, son of Lyman and Sylvia (Altenburg) Sanderson, was born in Bennington, Wyoming county, N. Y., November 2, 1851. He obtained his education in the district schools of his native town, in the Union School at Attica, and at Bryant & Stratton's Business College in Buffalo. He was variously employed until 1873, when he removed to Buffalo and obtained employment with Fowler & Sons in the capacity of salesman and traveling agent, remaining twenty-three years. In September, 1873, he married Grace E., daughter of Timothy G. Grannis, of Darien, Genesee county, N. Y., and they have two children: Alice S. and Gordon K. The Enos & Sanderson Company is among the leading dealers in iron, steel, horse shoers' supplies and hardware in Buffalo. Its location is on Ellicott street, near Swan, where it occupies three floors, 40 by 100 feet. The company was established in 1895 and was incorporated the same year. Although new, it is enjoying a liberal and constantly increasing share of the patronage of the trade.

Our County and its people
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The Boston History Company, Publishes 1898


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