Hoagland, Charles B., born in Williamson May 2, 1859, is the youngest of two sons of William and Harriet (Luce)
Hoagland. The grandfather, Albert, came to Williamson about 1825, and purchased a farm where subject now resides.
He died July 25, 1852. His wife, Elizabeth, died January 20, 1865. William was reared on the homestead in Williamson.
He made many improvements and increased it to 208 acres, which he left to the family. His wife, Harriet, was a
daughter of William Luce, who was one of the pioneers of Palmyra. Their son Albert was born July 15, 1854. He married
Mattie Cady, followed farming, and died February 28, 1893. He left one son, Willie. Mr. Hoagland died June 12,
1893, and his wife April 26, 1892. C. B. Hoagland was educated in Marion, Walworth and Williamson, and has always
followed farming on the homestead. He now has 104 acres of land, and carries on general farming. November 25, 1884,
he married Nellie, daughter of William Reed, of Ontario, Wayne. county, by whom he has two children: Blanche and
Stanley. Mr. Hoagland is at present road commissioner of the town. He is a member of Williamson Grange, and of
the Williamson Tent, No. 162, K. O. T. M.
Landmarks of Wayne County, New York
Edited by: Hon. George W. Cowles
Assisted by: H. P. Smith and others
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Syracuse, N. Y. 1895
Wayne County, NY
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