Biography of Frank Cosad
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Cosad, Frank, was born in Junius, Seneca county October 6, 1853, son of James Madison Cosad, a native of New Jersey, born in 1810. The grandfather was Samuel Cosad, who came with his family to Seneca county in 1820. James M. came to Huron in 1838, and conducted a hotel at Port Glascow. He went to California in 1848, five years later returned to Huron and settled where our subject now resides. Later he owned the farm now owned by William Robinson, where he died in 1893. His first wife was Elizabeth Stout of Wayne county, by whom he had two children: Cassie Robinson, of Huron, and George Combe. His second wife was Catherine Stout, born in Arcadia in 1818, by whom he had two children: Frank and Samuel. Subject has devoted his time to farming, was educated in the Wolcott and Sodus Academies, and in 1876 came to the farm he now owns, consisting of 200 acres on which he has erected a large and handsome dwelling; also a large and commodious barn suitable to such a farm. He married in 1875 Mariam, daughter of Hiram Woodruff, of Huron, and their children are Willis, born November, 1876, and James M., born in March, 1879. Mr. Cosad is a member of the Order of Odd Fellows of Wolcott, and has served as assessor three years.

From:
Landmarks of Wayne County, New York
Edited by: Hon. George W. Cowles
Assisted by: H. P. Smith and others
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Syracuse, N. Y. 1895


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