Northrup, Jesse D., was born in Greenwood, March 9, 1859, the only child of Ebenezer and Hannah Elliott Northrup.
Ebenezer w'as left an orphan when very young and was brought up by an uncle in New Jersey, where he learned the
blacksmith's trade, at which he worked a number of years. April 8, 1858, he settled on a farm in Greenwood, where
he resided until the time of his death, which occurred April 8, 1873. Mrs. Northrup was the daughter of John and
Sarah Ingraham Elliott, who came from New Ashford, Mass., to Allegany, N. Y., at an early day. Mr. Elliott was
a rope maker by trade, but the latter part of his life was spent on a farm. He died in 1878, and Mrs. Elliott in
1874. In politics Mr. Northrup was a Republican, and for a number of years was magistrate of Greenwood. They are
memb ers of the Baptist church. Jesse D. was reared on a farm, and after his father's death, which occurred when
he was but fifteen, took charge of the homestead farm which he has carried on successfully to the present time.
He is a Republican, and at present one of the assesors of the town. He is a member of the Sentinel Lodge, No. 151,
F. & A. M., of Greenwood, of which he is master.
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