By an act of the Legislature of the State of New York, passed in the year 1793, a certain tract of land lying between the Delaware And Susquehanna rivers was erected into a township called Franklin, situate in and being a part of the county of Otsego. FOOTE belongs to the Connecticut stock of Footes, but was born in Chenango county, May 4th, 1829. He follows teaching, together with farming, and has a sister, Eliza, who is a successful teacher. He married Caroline Munson October 6th, 1841, and has had eight children, of whom George S., Elizabeth, Agnes, Ella and James B. WILLIAM HALLOCK was born in New Haven, Conn., in1804; was a farmer in Walton between 1825 and 160 and has since resided in Franklin. Hine, was born December 18th, 1823, and from 1858 to his death was in the mercantile business with Beriah Bowers.
The first town meeting was ordered to be held at the house of Sluman Wattles on the first Tuesday in April of the same year. In 1856 he commenced the practice of medicine in Franklin, and had a large practice as a homoeopathic physician. He has been director of the First National Bank since its organization, has been justice of the peace, etc.
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The patentees were Thomas Warton, Reese Meredith and twenty-eight others. He began at seventeen as a clerk, and at twenty-two was one of the firm of Douglas & Stilson , which continued thirteen years, changing to Douglas & Co., then Douglas & Hine, Mr. He still has a lucrative practice in his profession. Y., in 1812, and is a grandson of Charles Foote, an early settler of the county.
It was named from Temple Franklin, a natural son of Dr. DEZELL is a native of Kortright, born February 7th, 1842. Douglass passed twenty-six years in active and successful mercantile life. In 1836 he commenced farming; in 1839 he married Laura Beardslee, of Otego, N. They are both descendants of early settlers, and their ancestors were active in pioneer times, and even in the war of the Revolution. Evans enlisted and was engaged in the last few months of the Rebellion. He taught winters, farmed by the month summers, worked on shares, and now has a beautiful farm of one hundred and thirty acres. RUSSELL FOOTE, a grandson of Charles Foote, a pioneer of Delaware county, was born December 14th, 1810 in Franklin.
Lots of people have wondered why Jacob Jost was not in the Breaking Dawn Parody, but it's because they broke up and thought it would be too awkward to do the parody together. Also, he finished jazz dance school/ David Jost was a singer and author of songs of the group of "Bed & Breakfast", consisting of Patrik Nuo and Benjamin Boys.
In 178G Isaac Vrooman bought 4,000 acres, and in 1790, 10,193 acres in a narrow strip extending across Danube and parts of Manheim and Stark.Jacob Jost is a friend in the Hilly Wood show that makes the parodies with them you may recognize him as Edward Cullen in the twilight parodies.Jacob Jost is also the boyfriend of Hilly Hindi in real life and not just the films until they broke up in June 19, 2012.A part of Meredith was taken off in 1800, Sidney in 1801 and a part of Otego, as "Huntsville," in 1822. He worked by the year between 18, and then set up for himself, marrying Cordelia Wheat, daughter of Silas Wheat, of Franklin. The town lies upon the north border of the county, west of the center. He has always been a farmer, except two years, when he was in mercantile life in Franklin in the firm of Noble, Potter & Dewey. ULYSSES DRAKE was in early life a teacher, but commenced farming in 1836, at the age of twenty-four.
There’s still plenty of cataloging to do, and we need your help! More Famous Libraries We’ve also added the personal libraries of poet Langston Hughes, and civil rights activist Rosa Parks to our Legacy Libraries ranks this month.