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Pease, A. Douglas, was born in Newfane, N. Y., December 30, 1834, a son of Enoch and Eliza (Douglas) Pease.
Enoch Pease was born in Maine, January 12, 1705, and came to Newfane with his parents, where he was reared and
educated. He was in the war of 1812 and his house was threatened to be burned, but owing to his kind treatment
they were not molested; he was taken prisoner, but was released on account of the kindness of his mother. In 1835
he came to Wilson, where he resided until his death, which occurred in 1887 at the age of ninety two years. His
wife was born in New Jersey in 1800 and died in 1849. A. D. Pease was reared on a farm and educated in the common
schools and Wilson Collegiate Institute and Lima Seminary, graduating from the scientific course in 1855. He is
a farmer and owns 535 acres, 400 where he resides. He is a large fruit grower, having about 125 acres in fruit.
September 29, 1859, he married Abigail Sayer (born in Wilson, April 26, 1842), daughter of Jonathan Saver, who
came to Wilson and practiced medicine until his death in 1849. Mr. and Mrs. Pease are the parents of seven children:
Arthur D., of Wilson: Frances M., wife of Landon N. Bostwick, a lumberman of St. Louis, Mo.; Florence A., deceased;
Mary E., wife of Edward Hall, of Youngstown, N. Y.; Howard Enoch, born September 19, 1875, at home; Harvey, deceased;
and Edith G., at home. Mr. Pease is a Republican and was supervisor in 1882 and 1883, and served as a member of
the Board of Education nine years and president five years. He was for six years trustee of Greenwood Cemetery.
Mrs. Pease died February 3, 1897.
Landmarks of Niagara County, New York
Edited by William Pool
D. Mason & Company, Publishers, 1897