Biography of Charles F. Susdorf


Susdorf, Charles F., Buffalo, is the son of Charles F. and Amelia (Miller) Susdorf, natives of Germany. who came to America in 1850 and 1856 respectively. He was born in New York city April 25, 1859, and after graduating from the Shaw Private Academy in 1875 removed to Buffalo, where he was engaged in the grocery business with Charles F. Schell & Co. until 1880. He then went South and settled in Georgia, and while there was made superintendent of the Glade Mining Company. Returning to Buffalo in February, 1885, he was employed as a clerk in the city treasurer's office until 1891, when he was appointed deputy collector and entry clerk in the customs service. In 1894 he was appointed deputy city clerk by the Common Council of Buffalo, which position he still holds. Mr. Susdorf is a member of the Odd Fellows, the Royal Arcanum, the Buffalo Republican League, and the East Side Republican League. September 17, 1887, he married Barbara, daughter of John Achtiger of Buffalo, and they have two children: Amelia D. and Frank C.

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Edited by: Truman C. White
The Boston History Company, Publishes 1898


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