Biography of George W. Pangburn
Wayne County, NY Biographies





Pangburn, George W., who in July, 1893, first assumed his duties as postmaster at at South Butler, was born May 2, 1865 near the village of Clyde, in the town of Galen. He was deputy postmaster during the latter part of Cleveland's first administration and so well did he execute his official duties that his friends vigorously pushed his name to the front for the postmastership at the beginning of President Cleveland's second term which resulted, after a decidedly warm fight, in his being appointed. He is considered an eminently capable and acceptacle official. He is the youngest son of William Pangburn, who is general traveling agent for A. W. Stevens & Son, of Auburn, N. Y. On March 28, 1888 he married Minnie Dratt the youngest daughter of Abram and Sarah Dratt, of South Butler, N. Y. In connection with the post office, Mr. Pangburn carries a choice stock of cigars, tobaccos, stationery and confectionery.

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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