Biography of Frank L. Lee


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Lee, Frank L., was born in Ellisburgh, February 26, 1858, a son of Alonzo Lee (see sketch of Daniel Lee). Frank L. was reared on the home farm and educated in the common schools and Union Academy of Belleville. He followed teaching several terms and has since been engaged in farming, owning fifty acres of land. He is also secretary and treasurer of the Banner cheese factory of Ellisburgh. In politics he is a Republican; and is a member of Union Grange No. 5, of Belleville, N. Y. February 22, 1883, he married Alta J., daughter of Martin B. and Amelia A. (Hall) Wood, natives of Ellisburgh. Martin Wood was a son of Franklin and Rachael (Martin) Wood, early settlers of the town; he was a farmer, and Republican in politics. He and his wife had two children, Mrs. Charles E. Spicer of Adams and Mrs. Frank L. Lee. Mr. Wood died June 12, 1872, and Mrs. Wood married Simon Wood of Woodville for her second husband, and they had one child, Orson S. Simon Wood died May 29, 1885, and his wife June 1, 1894. Mr. and Mrs. Lee have three children: Ralph M., born January 15, 1885; Morris E., born January 23, 1891; and Frank L., Jr., born October 5, 1895. Mr. and Mrs. Lee are members of the Baptist church of Belleville.

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a descriptive work on Jefferson County, New York
Edited by: Edgar C. Emerson
The Boston History Co., Publishers, Syracuse, N. Y. 1898