Biography of John E. Lape
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Lape, John E., was born in North Greenbush in 1862. He is the son of Christopher and Hannah (Hidley) Lape, both natives of North Greenbush; he was born in 1830. The grandparents were Andrew and Catherine (Carnes) Lape, he of Sand Lake, and she of Greenbush. William Lape, the great grandfather of John Lape, lived and died in Sand Lake; Christopher Carnes, the maternal great grandfather, was a pioneer of Greenbush. John E Lape was educated at Hartwick Seminary, Oswego county; he was married to Wilhelmina Fisher of Troy, by whom he had one daughter, Mildred. Mr. Lape commenced isiness as a milk dealer in Troy, but after four and one half years he sold his route and purchased the Jacob Hart homestead near De Freestville and carries on general farming. He is also a dealer in Cleveland phosphates.

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


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