Biography of Lucius D. Ellsworth
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Few men of the civil war period were better known in Malone than Lucius D. Ellsworth, shoemaker, who was also a teacher of singing schooLs, and himself a vocalist of more than ordinary merit, in church choirs, at concerts by home talent and at social gatherings he was always ready to lift up his voice in glorious song, and his two most popular selections were "Had I But Ten Thousand a Year" and "The Sword of Bunker Hill." Mr. Ellsworth went to the war as a captain in the 98th regiment, returned to Malone upon the expiration of his term of service, and in 1867 removed to Illinois, where he died July 4, 1900, aged eighty two years. The place of his birth and the date of his locating in Malone are unknown to the writer.

From:
Historical Sketches of Franklin County
and its several towns.
By: Frederick J. Seaver Malone, New York.
J. B. Lyon Company, Printers Albany, NY 1918.


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