Biography of Joseph L. Hover
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Hover, Joseph L., was born in Shodack, April 25, 1862 He was a son of Theodore and Francis (Cryne) Hover, she born in Castleton, N. Y., and he in Greene county. The maternal grandfather of Mr. Hover was Mr. Cryne, who was an early settler of Castleton, where he died. The grandfather of Mr. Hover was Lewis Hover, who also lived in Schodack, where he died in 1882. The father of Mr. Hover was a farmer of Sehodack. He died November 9, 1894, and his wife died in June, 1889. Mr. Hover was reared and educated in Schodack and attended the Albany Business College. He first followed threshing, and in 1889 went to Niverville, N. Y., and was baggage master for the B. & A., and in six months was given charge of the station at Schodack. which position he has held ever since. Mr. Hover has been inspector of election. He is a member of Sunnyside Lodge No. 731, F. & A. M December 10, 1884, he was married to Hattie E. Winnie, born in Albany, by whom two children have been born: Winne, born September 9, 1885; Lillian, born September 8, 1888. Mr. Hover owns the homestead of 116 acres of land.

From:
Landmarks of Rensselaer County
BY: George Baker Aaderson
Published By: D. Mason & Co. Publishers
Syracuse, NY 1897


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