Biography of Edmond B. Miles
Orleans County, NY Biographies





Miles, Edmond B., is the grandson of Anthony and the son of Anthony, jr., who was born ìü Suffolk, England, in 1784, and died June 6, 1883, aged ninety nine years. His wife was Jane Brown, daughter of Elijah Brown, who was the first actual settler Of Orleans county, settling near Two Bridges, town of Carlton, in 1804. and was the father of thirteen children. Mr. Edmond B. Miles traces his genealogy on his mother'8 side (the Brown family) back to the fourteenth century, he being the thirteenth generation. He has in his possession the portraits of eight English nobles, representing eight generations of Sheffields, the maiden name of his grandmother. The mother of Edmond Miles was Jane Biown, the youngest of the family. The children of Anthony and hue (Brown) Miles were as follows: Sarah, Edwin, Mary Ann, Edmond B., Cynthia. and Victoria. Edmond B. Miles was born in Carlton September 29, 1835, and was educated in the common schools of Carlton and the Kendall Union School. At the age of seventeen he learned the painter's trade, and has followed that business principally up to the present time. Mr. Miles has always been a Republican and has held the office of inspector of elections. He is a member of the I. O. G. T. of Lodge No. 374, of Kuckville. November 21, 1866, he married Addie E. Greelev, born in Carlton in 1843. The children of this marriage were: Georgiana, born in Yates February 25, 1870, and died November 25, 1870, and George A., born in Carlton December 20. 1876.

From:
Landmarks of Orleans County, New York
Edited by: Hon. Isaac C. Signor
Assisted by: H. P. Smith and others
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Syracuse, N. Y. 1894


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