Biography of Frank L. Hunt
Madison County, NY Biographies





Hunt, Frank L., son of Luther and Jane (Scott) Hunt, was born in Cazenovia August 7, 1854. His father was a native of Nelson, but for many years lived in the town of Cazenovia, where he died in December, 1897, in the seventy eighth year of his age. The family are of New England pioneer stock and came into this region at an early date from Massachusetts. Of the union of Luther and Jane (Scott) Hunt, three children were born: Cora, wife of James Webber; Nellie, wife of Edwin Webber, both of Cazenovia; and Frank L. Hunt. The latter was educated in the district schools and at Cazenovia Seminary. He has been a farmer all his life, now owning 240 acres less than a mile south of New Woodstock village. Mr. Hunt is one of the progressive farmers of this town, believes in modern methods, and by his superior business ability, is thoroughly successful. He has given much attention to the breeding of thoroughbred and high grade cattle, and does a large dairy business. In politics he is a staunch Republican. He married, in 1875, Anna M. Morse, daughter of Devolson Morse, of Cazenovia. Their children are Ivan H., Inez J., Earl M., and Clayton Hunt.

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


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