Born at Greenwich, NY; attended the New York Institution for the Deaf ages 10-21, graduating 1871. At first, worked with his father in carpentry and building, but a few years later went into cabinet work, becoming employed by a major furniture and house-finishing firm. In 1893, was offered and accepted a position as instructor in cabinetmaking and woodworking at the Central New York Institution for the Deaf.
Representative Deaf Persons [second edition], p.180-181.
19 May 1850-?