Biography of Edward M. Pamphilon of Stafford, NY

Edward M. Pamphilon was born in this town November 9. 1858. His father, Henry, was the leading physician here for 30 years, and was well known in all parts of the county. For a few years Edward Pamphilon attended a select school here, and later went to a public school, and in 1873 completed his education at the Batavia Union School. In 1876 he began clerking for E. B. Sanders & Son, with whom he remained two years, when he went to New York to assist his brother in his store on Bond street. Later he removed to Batavia and engaged as clerk for Shaw & Stiles, druggists. Returning to Stafford he worked for J. Sanders & Son until 1882, when he became a partner, the firm name being Sanders & Pamphilon. In 1886 he married Amy A., granddaughter of H. B. Booth. She was born in 1863, and received her educationat Batavia. Upon the death of B B. Sanders, in 1887, Mr. Pamphilon bought the interests of his partners, and has since carried on the business alone He has been deputy postmaster since 1887, and is now postmaster, town clerk, and secretary of the Stafford Benefit Association, besides holding other positions of trust.

Gazetteer and Biographical Record
of Genesee County, New York
Edited by: F. W. Beers
J.W. Vose & Co., Publishers, Syracuse, N. Y. 1890



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