Biography of Edgar J. Smith
FROM OUR COUNTY AND ITS PEOPLE
A DESCRIPTIVE AND BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD
OF SARATOGA COUNTY, NEW YORK
PREPARED AND PUBLISHED UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE SARATOGIAN
THE BOSTON HISTORY COMPANY, PUBLISHERS 1899

T-Saratoga County, New York Wills, 1796-1805

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Smith, Edgar J., son of Edwin and Olive (Cronkhite) Smith, was born in Greenfield August 20, 1855.. He carries on general farming and conducts an extensive milk route; he has a fine herd of cows and carries on this part of his operations in the most scrupulous order. Mr. Smith's father is a farmer and with his wife resides at Greenfield. When twenty-five years of age Mr. Sm'ith departed from the parental roof tree and was united in marriage to Ella M. Collamer, and they have five children: Clarence C., Charles E., Warren R., Helen A. and Ada E. Mr; Smith has a water power and grist mill located on the place, where a good business is carried on in custom grinding. etc. He is also general agent for the agricultural implements manufactured by the Osborne Company of Auburn and has a large sale in binders, mowers, rakes, power forks. etc. In politics Mr. Smith is a Republican and has enjoyed the confidence of his party: has been delegate to various county conventions, and in 1894 was elected supervisor of the town of Wilton for the term of two years. Mr. Smith's fine residence, substantially constructed, has from its fine location the appearance of an ideal home in the country.


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