Waldorf, Jefferson, was born in the town of Galen, May 15, 1839. His parents, David T. and Polly A. (Miller)
Waldorf, reared a family of five sons and five daughters, of whom but two sons and two daughters are now living.
David Waldorf was engaged in the custom milling business at Penn Yan, N. Y., and for some years a dealer in grain
and produce at Clyde, a prominent Democrat and a deputy sheriff. He died in 1888 when eighty one years of age.
Subject's wife was Mary A. Dillow, of Clinton, Oneida county, whom he married February 22, 1865, and they have
two children, Gisella, born May 5, 1871, now a teacher in Leavenworth Institute at Wolcott, where she was graduated
in 1892; and Guy, born May 6, 1877. Mr. Waldorf has filled many positions of trust and honor, and is very highly
esteemed by all who know him.
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