Hill, John, p. o. Perryville, was born on the farm where he now resides, March 1, 1862, a son of Norman B. (deceased)
and Mary (Keyes) Hill, who had three children: John, Fred C. and Carrie. Norman was a son of John Hill, who settled
in the town of Fenner about 1824, and Isyphena (Annas) Hill, a native of the town of Nelson. John Hill, the subject,
was educated in the schools of the town of Fenner and also in the Academy at Little Falls. He was associated with
his father until his father's death, when he took full charge of the estate. When twenty five years of age he married
Inez, daughter of Austin K. and Marie (Worden) Hall, and they have two children: Grace Irma and Gladys May. Mr.
Hill has been active in town and county affairs, and at the present time is justice of the peace and has been collector
and held several other appointive offices. He has been active in educational work and was a member of the first
board of education of Perryville Union School, which position he now holds. His wife is a graduate of Chittenango
High School. Fred C. Hill was educated in the schools of the town of Fenner, also graduated at Chittenango High
School. He studied law in the office of Judge Parker of Tioga Co., N. Y., and was admitted to the bar in 1888.
He married Grace Hibbered, August 22, 1890, and is located at Owego, N. Y. Carrie Hill in 1885 maaried Elmer E.
Shaut, a merchant of Little Falls, where she resided until his death in 1889, since which time she has made her
home at Perryville. They had one child, Norma.
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
Names A and B
Names C to E
Names F to K
Names L to Z
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