Biography of John H. Quigley
Rensselaer County, NY Biographies





Quigley, John H., son of Thomas and Mary (Devine) Quigley, was born in Schuylerville, Saratoga county, October 11, 1860, and was educated in the public schools at Victory Mills, where he lived with his grandmother after his mother's death in July, 1862. He also attended St. Peter's Sisters school in Troy. After a few years spent in Saratoga and Schuylerville, he went to Greenwich, Washington county, where for three years he was clerk of the Central House, under George Dawley, proprietor, with whom he went to Schuylerville when he purchased the Goldsmith House, now the Schuyler House; soon after he purchased a restaurant in Schuylerville and finally went West for a short time. He returned to Troy in May, 1884, and on September 15, engaged in business with George Dorian, at the foot of Broadway, where he remained until Mr. Dorlan's death in 1886. August 31, 1889, he purchased his present restaurant. May 13, 1886, he married Ella E., daughter of Arthur M. Moynihan, of Greenwich, N. Y., and they have four children; Mary A., James J., Johanna and Helen.

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


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