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Biography of Anson Potter of Brownville New York

Anson Potter is an example of untiring industry, a pioneer of Hounsfield, and a present citizen of most honorable standing. Anson Potter has demonstrated qualities of high order and to acquire superiority in a chosen calling has put forth unremitted exertions. He was the second child in the family of John and Lydia (Holloway) Potter and was born in North Brookfield, Mass., March 29, 1803. His father was a farmer of limited means and came with his family to Stowell’s Corners in the town of Hounsfield in 1805; here he remained for several years and maintained his family by...

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