Biography of Richard M. Losee of Darien, NY

Richard M. Losee was born June 29, 1834, and received an academic education, but chose to be a farmer, which vocation he has always followed. January 1, 1857, he married Helen L. Lincoln, of Pembroke. He gives his attention to the breeding of and dealing in full blooded registered American Merino sheep, through New Mexico and Colorado. He is a decided Democrat, but such is his popularity he has been elected twice to the office of supervisor in a Republican town. He is a man of good financial ability and well off. His children are Frank D., a farmer, born October 25, 1857, who married Mary Grant, and lives ad joining his father; Nellie H., born December 11, 1859, who married Andrew Meinweiser, a farmer, who conducts the Losee homestead; Clara A., born June 26. 1863. who married Eugene W. Harrington, station agent at Alden; and Royal R., born October 27, 1870, who is now in the telegraph office of the superintendent of the D., L. & W. Railroad at Buffalo.

(Note: Richard M. is a son of Ebenezer)

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of Genesee County, New York
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