OSCAR S. GREENLEAF, proprietor of the Greenleaf Hotel of Otisville, N. Y., was born July 16, 1876. He is a son
of John E. Greenleaf, born September 15, 1852, and Sarah Jennie (Shaw) Greenleaf, born August 16, 1853. In 1884
John E. Greenleaf rented the hotel, then known as the Blizzard House, and conducted it two years, after which he
purchased the Washington Hotel, which he continued until his death, April 22, 1894. His wife died March 25, 1905.
There were seven children born to Mr. and Mrs. John E. Greenleaf, Charles D., born September 28, 1874, superintendent
of the Borden Creamery at Thompson, Pa.; Grace M., wife of Charles Hoyt, of Mount Hope, born March 15, 1878; Edwin
H. born July 22, 1880, residing at Newburgh, N. Y., plant superintendent of the Hudson River Telephone Company;
Lillian, born May 22, 1882, residing in New York City; Frank B., born August 8, 1884, assistant agent of Erie Railroad
at Otisville, N. Y.; James Acker, born June 6, 1886, and Oscar S.
The primary education of our subject was obtained at the district school at Mapledale in the town of Wallkill,
after which he assisted his father in the hotel until his death. He then assumed the management of the hotel. Mr.
Greenleaf was united in marriage to Miss Mary E. Craig, daughter of A. J. and Mary Etta Craig, of Otisville, N.
Y., May 6, 1903. One child has blessed this union, Oscar B., born March 27, 1905. Socially Mr. Greenleaf is a member
of Hoffman Lodge No. 412, F. and A. M., of Middletown, N. Y., and Midland Chapter No. 240, R. A. M. In politics
he is a republican.
The History of Orange County New York
Edited by: Russel Headley
Van Deusen and Elms, Publishers
Middletown, N. Y. 1908
Orange County, NY
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