Shattuck, E. A., Parishville, was born in Castleton, Vt., April 10, 1830, a son of Loren and Arrilla (Partridge)
Shattuck, the former a native of Scotland and the latter of Massachusetts. They reared three sons and three daughters.
When a young man, Loren came to Massachusetts with his parents, afterwards removing to Vermont, where he died in
1857, and his wife February 17, 1889. E. A. Shattuck was reared on a farm and had a common school education. In
1848 he went to Russell and engaged in farming and also bought a sawmill. In 1869 he sold the sawmill and came
to Parjshvjlle, where he bought the St. Regis hotel, built by Mr. Parish. He was proprietor here for four years,
when the hotel was burned (1875). He then bought the Shattuck House, of which he was proprietor many years, when
he again nearly burned out in 1884, losing considerable. Mr. Shattuck owns twenty niue acres of land in Parishville
and 115 in Hopkinton. In 1857 he married Nancy M. Van Brocklin, a native of Johnstown, Fulton county, and they
have one son, Loren J., who is a mechanic and lives in Parishvjlle. His wife is Melvin a Dewey of Hopkin ton, and
they have two children: Carlos L. and Anna S. Mr. Shattuck is a Republican in politics. The father of Mrs. E. A.
Shattuck was M. C. Van Brocklin, son of Gilbert, a native of New York, the family having originally come from Holland.
Mr. Van Brocklin was born in Denmark, N. Y., October 19, 1804, he married Ann Veeder, by whom he had three sons
and four daughters. Mrs. Van Brocklin passed to her heavenly rest December 19, 1890, and Mr. Van Brocklin March
24, 1892, both at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Shattuck.
Our County and it's people
A memorial record of St. Lawrence County, New York
Edited by: Gates Curtis
The Boston History Co., Publishers 1894
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