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Halsey Charles Edgerton, son of Charles Andrew and Flora Smith (Brown) Edgerton.

 

born:

June 29, 1884; Northfield, Washington Co., VT.  (VR 3:2:35) (WWI DRC) (SSDI)

died:

July 11, 1967; Hanover, Grafton Co., NH.  (SSDI)

buried:

Pine Knoll Cemetery; Hanover, Grafton Co., NH.

 

married:

April 10, 1934; Concord, Merrimack Co., NH.

 

Ada Lorraine Sniffen, daughter of Mark Tibbals and Angela Marie (Lefever) Sniffen.

 

born:

February 11, 1902; Bridgeport, Fairfield Co., CT.  (SSDI)

died:

June 13, 1993; Hanover, Grafton Co., NH.  (SSDI)

buried:

Pine Knoll Cemetery; Hanover, Grafton Co., NH.

 

Children:

  1. William Halsey.
  2. Robert Alson.

 


The following biography of Halsey Charles Edgerton is excerpted from Norwich University 1819 – 1911, Her History, Her Graduates, Her Roll of Honor (Ellis, William Arba, comp..; Montpelier, Vt.: The Capital City Press; 1911; Vol 3., pp. 405-406):

 

HALSEY CHARLES EDGERTON, M.C.S.

 

Halsey C. Edgerton, son of Charles Andrew and Flora Smith (Brown) Edgerton, was born in Northfield, Vt., June 29, 1884.  He prepared for college at the Northfield High School, and entered the Civil Engineering department of the University in September, 1902, remaining two years; was a corporal and quartermaster-sergeant in the corps of cadets; won Sophomore medal; member Φ X Fraternity.  He entered Dartmouth College in September, 1904, graduating B.S. in 1906; was a Rufus Choate Scholar in 1906; elected to membership in Φ B K in 1906; graduated M.C.S. from Amos Tuck School of Administration and Finance of Dartmouth College in 1907.

 

In 1907, he was appointed to a position in the Treasurer’s department of Dartmouth; and in 1909, when the office of auditor was created he was appointed to that position, which he still retains.  He has served as director of the Northfield National Bank since May 13, 1907.  He is a member of Bezaleel Lodge No. 100, F. and A.M. of Hanover, N. H.; St. Andrews Chapter, R.A.M.; Washington Council, and Sullivan Commandery K.T.; Bektask Mystic Shrine; New Hampshire Consistory; Graduate Club of Hanover; Dartmouth Club of Boston.”