Biography of Herman Sylvester Clark


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Clark, Herman Sylvester, dealer in flour, feed, seeds, salt, lime, brick, coal and wood, was born in Ellisburgh, May 28, 1860, a son of Florello R. and Mary A. (Eastman) Clark. He was educated in the common schools and Hungerford Collegiate Institute of Adams, and Chaffee's Business College of Oswego. He is a farmer and owns about 100 acres of land in Ellisburgh and two lots in Mannsville, where he came in 1896 and erected a store in which he conducts his business Mr. Clark still retains his interest in agriculture, being a member of Mannsville, Jefferson county, Pomona, and New York State Granges. He is a Republican, and takes an active part in advancing the interests of that party. He was appointed postmaster at Mannsville, September 22, 1897. December 16, 1887, he married Viola Kelsey, of Sandy Creek, and they have one daughter, Helen I., born October 30, 1894.

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