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Identifier: historichomesins04crane
Title: Historic homes and institutions and genealogical and personal memoirs of Worcester County, Massachusetts, with a history of Worcester society of antiquity;
Year: 1907 (1900s)
Authors: Crane, Ellery Bicknell, 1836-1925, ed
Subjects: Worcester society of antiquity. [from old catalog] Worcester County (Mass.) -- Genealogy
Publisher: New York, Chicago, The Lewis publishing company
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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; married, June 5, 1906. 2. William Bernard Cudworth. born Jan-uary 3. 1886; died August 7. 1886. 3. Bessie Mild-red Cudworth. born January 13. 1891. John James Duane, son of Patrick Duane, wasborn in Winhall, Vermont, December 10, 1855. Hesettled in Dalton, Georgia. He married November,1880, Sarah Perrv. Their children: i. Agnes-Delila, born 1881. 2. Pearl W.. born 1884. 3.Zadie .\., born 1885. 4. Edna M., born 1893. 5.RoUin B., born 1897. 6. Sarah V., born 1903. Bernard Duane. son of Patrick Duane, was bornin Boston, November i, 1851. He went to Winhall,Bennington county, Vermont, when he was two yearsold. with his parents, and was educated there in thepublic schools. He learned the trade of chair mak-ing in the factory of A. P. Graham while attend-ing school, beginning at the age of ten. When hewas fourteen years old he went to Rutland. Ver-mont, and worked there for the Rutland Manu-facturing Company for 3 year and a half, gettingat the same time more schooling there. In 1872 he J

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GKORGK W. IIOI.MAN WORCESTER COUNTY 183 removed to Ashbiirnham, Massachusetts, where hefound employment in the E. S. Flint chair factory.He worked there two years, then for A. White &Company four years, and for Orange Whitney fouryears. In 1883. in partnership with L. R. Hoggman,he went into business, manufacturing towel racksand chairs at Ashburnham under the firm name ofHodgman & Duane. Orange Whitney also had aninterest in the firm. After two years Mr. Duanebought out Mr. Hodgman and conducted the busi-ness alone for two years. He then leased part ofthe Orange Whitney factory and continued threeyears with Mr. Whitney for a partner. In 1893he bought the A. White factory at South Ashburn-ham, and in partnership with Orange Whitney madechairs there until 1897, when the factory was de-stroyed by fire and the firm dissolved. He builthis present large factory in 1898. It has aboutthirteen thousand square feet of floor space, besidesstore houses and drying rooms. He devotes his at

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