Biography of Samuel A. Macormac
Richmond County, NY Biographies





SAMUEL A. MACORMAC was born in Stapleton, in 1857, and removed with his family to the town of Westfield. in 1869. He was educated at the Hackettstown Institute at Hackettstown, N. J. After his graduation he took a position as clerk in the store of Seguine & Decker at Rossville, where he remained three years. He was afterward freight clerk on the steamer New Brunswick for five years and on the steamer Saratoga, of the Troy line, for six months. In 1886, he married Carrie M., daughter of the late John A. Ridner, of Greenridge. He purchased the store and business of his late father in law, and was appointed postmaster in 1887, which office he holds at the present time. In 1892, he was elected justice of the peace, taking office January 1st, 1893, and associate justice of sessions to take office January 1st, 1894.

Mr. Macormac has always been known as a good, careful business man and is a clear headed magistrate and a valuable member of the town board.

Mr. and Mrs. Macormac have one son, Frank V., aged three years.

From:
Prominent Men of Staten Island 1893
A. Y. Hubbell, Publishers
New York, 1893.


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