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Watts, J. C., one of the most successful and enterprising merchants of Hartland, was horn in the town of Royalton, September 4, 1856, and is a son of William and Sarah Watts, natives of England. They came to America in 1855, locating in Niagara county, where they engaged in farming. They had eight children: William (deceased); Mary, now Mrs. H. D. Montoma; Emma, now Mrs. Gleason; Matthew, Ella (deceased), J. C.. and George. Mr. Watts was educated in Hartiand, after which he engaged in farming for four years, then as a wheelwright at Lockport for a period of eight years and is now engaged in general merchandise at Johnson's Creek, N. Y., July 22, 1879, he married Mary A. Bougie, and they have three Sons: Charles B., Willie H., and John D. Mr. Watts is a staunch Republican and was postmaster under Harrison. He is a pleasant and genial gentleman and is enjoying a lucrative business.

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