Hall, Jesse Wilson, is one of the leading merchants of Cazenovia village, where he has been engaged in the jewelry
business for a quarter of a century. Mr. Hall was born in New Berlin, Chenango county, N. Y., November 5, 1850.
His father, also named Jesse W., was born in the town of Brookfield, Madison county. He settled in Cazenovia in
1858, where he died in 1874. He was for eight years steward of Cazenovia Seminary. He was the son of Stephen R.
Hall, a native of Dracut, Middlesex county, Mass., an early settler of Brookfield, who removed to that town in
1803, in a wagon, bringing his wife and family and was one of the earlier settlers of that town. Jesse W. was educated
at Cazenovia Seminary and at the age of nineteen began to learn the jeweler's trade with John Greenland, with whom
he remained one year, and was then for six years in the employ of W. H. Cruttenden, watchmaker and jeweler. He
resided in Sherburne one year and in 1878 bought the jewelry business of the estate of John Greenland. In his store,
which he purchased in 1882, he has done a successful business. He is an Odd Fellow of h gh standing and in politics
has always been a staunch Republican. Mr. Hall served as town clerk fifteen consecutive years. In 1896 he was elected
justice of the peace. He has served as trustee of the village, trustee of Cazenovia Seminary, and member of the
Board of Education. He married, in 1880, Lucy Nichols Bailey, daughter of Lewis and Marietta (Nichols) Bailey.
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
Madison County, NY
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