Note: Wellsboro Agitator of Sep 13, 1893, p2 has: Edward Hazlett is attending to the store of Frank Hazlett while the latter is in Chicago running a restaurant during the Fair. * * * Wellsboro Agitator of Wed., May 9, 1934, p6, has: Frank R. Hazlett Frank R. Hazlett, aged 78 years, retired Elmira Heights grocer, died at the Arnot-Ogden hospital Thursday at 9:15 p.m. He had been a resident of Elmira Heights for 35 years. Mr. Hazlett was born in Nelson, in 1856, and conducted a grocer in Osceola for 15 years before removing to Elmira Heights in 1899. He retired from business 10 years ago, leaving the grocery in charge of his son, John H. Hazlett. Mr. Hazlett was a member of the Oakwood Avenue Episcopal Methodist church and an active member of the Merrill Bible Class of that church. He was also a member of the eHights [sic] Lodge of Macabees. Surviving are three sons, Clinton E. Hazlett, of Detroit; John H., and R. Blaine Hazlett of Elmira Heights; two daughters, Mrs. Carl Kresge, of Breesport, and Mrs. George Crary, of Rockview Center, L.I.; two sisters, Mrs. Fanny Monroe of Elmira eHights [sic] and Mrs. William Pepper, of Presho, and seven grandchildren. The funeral was held Monday; burial at Osceola." * * * Wellsboro Agitator of Sep 1, 1885 has: OSCEOLA.-Our new merchant, Frank Hazlett, is busy unpacking goods, making and arranging them and fixing up generally. The store-Morgan Seely’s opposite the hotel-has been newly papered and tastily decorated for his occupancy. * * * Brown's 1897 History of Thoga Co. has: FRANK R. HAZLETT was born in Nelson township, Tioga county, April 2, 1856, and is the eldest son of John and Lucy Hazlett. He was reared in his native township, and completed his education in the Corning High School. He began his business career as a clerk in the largest grocery house in Ithaca, New York, and followed that occupation five years. He was subsequently in the employ of the Fall Brook Railroad Company at Academy Corners for eleven months. In 1885 he embarked in general merchandising at Osceola, which business he has since continued, and by judicious management and strict attention to the details of his business he has built up one of the largest trades in the Cowanesque valley, though he conducts his establishment on a strictly cash basis. In 1894 he built a store in Elmira Heights which is conducted by Hazlett, Monroe & Company. On December 22, 1888, Mr. Hazlett married Eula M. Taylor, a daughter of Hiram Taylor, of Osceola, and has three children: Clinton E., John H. and R. Blaine. Politically, he is a Republican, and is now serving as a justice of the peace. He is a member of the Presbyterian church, and is also connected with the K. of H., the K. & L. of H., and the K. O. T. M. * * * Wellsboro Agitator of Jan 24, 1894, p2 has: Osceola ... Frank Hazlett intends to close out his business here and move to Elmira, N. Y. * * * Mentioned in: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~capane/ReunionAttendance1900.html and http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~capane/ReunionMinutes1927.html
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