CHARLES M. BURT, farmer, P. 0. North Bingham, was born in Ulysses. Potter Co., Penn., September 4, 1846, a son
of Titus W. and Elizabeth (Lewis) Burt. His paternal grandfather was Anson I. Burt, a native of the Mohawk Valley,
N. Y., and among the pioneers of Ulysses township, where he cleared and improved a farm on which he lived and died.
His wife was Betsey Blackmer, by whom he had the following children: Sally (Mrs. William Canfield), James, William,
Laura, Betsey (Mrs. Charles Monroe), Titus and Kate (Mrs. Thomas Parker). The maternal grandfather was Seth Lewis,
also a pioneer of Ulysses. Titus IV. Burt was a native of Broome county, N. Y., and was reared in Ulysses from
nine years of age. He cleared and improved a farm there and is now a resident of Lewisville. He served one term
as member of the assembly from this district, and is a prominent citizen. His children are Charles M., Anson S.,
Marion (Mrs. Charles E. Hosley), Clarence E., Arthur S, Kate (Mrs. John F. Stone). Charles M. Burt was reared in
Ulysses, and after attaining his majority engaged in farming for himself. In 1869 he located in Bingham township
on the farm he now occupies, part of which he cleared and made all the improvements in the erection of present
buildings. In June, 1867, he married Kate, daughter of Isaac and Nancy (Colvin) Jones, early settlers of Bingham
township, and they have two children, Titus M. and Carl C. Mr. Burt is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
Politically he is a Democrat and an advocate of Prohibition.
History of the Counties of
McKean, Elk, Cameron and Potter, Pennsylvania
J. H. Beers & Co. Publishers
Chicago, Ill. 1890
Potter County, Pa. Biographies
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