Biography of George W. Frink
Madison County, NY Biographies





Frink, George W., a well known farmer, residing on his 200 acre farm in the town of De Ruyter, is a son of Ephraim and Lucinda (Ferguson) Frink, born in the town of Solon, Cortland county, N. Y., October 26, 1850. His father was also a native of this town, born in 1816, and is still living in his eighty second year. He was a son of Charles and Jane Frink. His mother was born in Broome county, N. Y., in 1814. Her people came from Rhode Island and settled in Broome county at a very early date. George W. received his education in the public schools of De Ruyter, his parents having removed to this town when he was three years of age. He remained at home on the farm until he was married, March 21, 1870, to Ann Eliza, daughter of Alfred and Waity (Sherman) Sweet. To them have been born one daughter, Blanche, wife of Clayton Davis of Syracuse. They have one daughter, Leah Clare, who is attending school in De Ruyter. George W. follows the example of his father and grandfather in politics, being a strong adherent of the Republican party, and earnest and hearty in the advocacy of its principles. He has held the office of justice of the peace for two terms. He takes a prominent rank among the farmers of his county and with his estimable wife leads a happy and contented life.

FROM:
Our County and it's people
A Descriptive and Biographical Record of
Madison County, New York
Edited by: John E. Smith
The Boston History Co., Publishers 1890


Privacy Policy for OnlineBiographies

NAVIGATION
Madison County, NY
Biographies


Names A and B
Names C to E
Names F to K
Names L to Z

Online
Biographies

New York
Histories

New York
Biographies

Maine
Histories

Pennsylvania
Histories

Pennsylvania
Biographies

For all your genealogy needs visit Linkpendium

Family Tree Maker 2012