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James Everett Nash

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James Everett Nash

Birth
South Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA
Death
29 May 1962 (aged 87)
Warsaw, Wyoming County, New York, USA
Burial
Warsaw, Wyoming County, New York, USA Add to Map
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Stanley Rutherford, Town of Gainesville Historian Notebook Citizens Historical Association
November 15, 1947
Sheet includes this info: James Everett Nash was born at South Norwalk, Conn. January 6, 1875, the son of James H. and Augusta (Dibble) Nash. He was employed by the Worcester Salt Company, later becoming the supt. of mfg. for the firm which operated 4 plants. In 1943 he settled in Silver Springs. He became gen. mgr. of the Warsaw Elevator Company of which he was also vice-pres. In October 1941 he sold his Warsaw Elevator interests. May 4, 1943, he was apptd. the 3rd Deputy Secretary of State, New York State by Gov. Thomas E. Dewey with hdqrs. in Buffalo and Albany. On October 27, 1896 he married Jane F. Driscoll, daughter of Jerry and Mary Driscoll of Silver Springs where she was born July 8, 1875. There are no children.
Stanley Rutherford, Town of Gainesville Historian Notebook Citizens Historical Association
November 15, 1947
Sheet includes this info: James Everett Nash was born at South Norwalk, Conn. January 6, 1875, the son of James H. and Augusta (Dibble) Nash. He was employed by the Worcester Salt Company, later becoming the supt. of mfg. for the firm which operated 4 plants. In 1943 he settled in Silver Springs. He became gen. mgr. of the Warsaw Elevator Company of which he was also vice-pres. In October 1941 he sold his Warsaw Elevator interests. May 4, 1943, he was apptd. the 3rd Deputy Secretary of State, New York State by Gov. Thomas E. Dewey with hdqrs. in Buffalo and Albany. On October 27, 1896 he married Jane F. Driscoll, daughter of Jerry and Mary Driscoll of Silver Springs where she was born July 8, 1875. There are no children.


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