William Arthur Clirehugh


William Arthur Clirehugh

New York, New York County (Manhattan), New York, USA
Death 20 Oct 1910 (aged 57)
Southampton, Suffolk County, New York, USA
Burial Ballston Spa, Saratoga County, New York, USA
Plot Stone F-47
Memorial ID 65348186 View Source

William Arthur CLIREHUGH was born on February 5,1853, in New York City.

He married Miss Lillian SUTFIN on May 27, 1885, at Ballston Spa, NY in her parental home.

In 1860 he lived in Brooklyn with parental family.

In 1870 lived in Brooklyn, NY with parental family; worked in brokers ofice.

Owned a men's clothing (haberdashery) store.

In 1879 he was a Mason, member of Mistletoe Lodge No. 647.

In 1880 lived in Brooklyn, NY at 100 Third Place with parental family; occupation given as "Keeps Shirt Store."

In 1883 he was manager and agent for Keep Manufacturing Company, shirtmakers according to an ad in the Brooklyn Eagle. He had an "elegant new store" at 359 Fulton Street "opposite City Hall Fountain."

In 1885 Clirehugh & Voorhees were agents for Keep at 359 Fulton Street. They placed a series of ads in the Brooklyn Eagle.

On 5-8-1885 he was sworn in as a juror at the inquest of a building fire in which several people died. Mr. Clirehugh lived at 359 Fulton Street (this was the address of both businesses and residences).

On 10-11-1885 Clirehugh & Voorhees advertised a house to let at 100 Third Place (the family home).
Beginning on 2-2-1887 Clirehugh & Voorhees sold all their stock of Keep goods.

In 1888 to 1890 was a "clerk" at 92 Schermerhorn, Brooklyn.
Cited in 1897 Lain's Directory for Brooklyn as 'shirtmkr h 92 Schermerhorn'.

In 1900 lived in Brooklyn, NY at 149 Schemerhorn with wife and son Robert C., 12 boarders, and 1 servant; dry goods clerk.

In 1910 lived in Milton, NY at 261 Malta Avenue with wife and Sutfin in-laws (father-in-law is Royal S. Sutfin); insurance agent.

He passed away on October 20, 1910, and per Saratoga County, NY GENWEB, William is buried in the Ballston Spa Village Cemetery, stone F-47.

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