Jane Eliza Mather: Birth: 3 Sep 1802. Death: 4 Feb 1875
Note: !Among the biographical sketches of the early settlers of the town of Burlington, Otsego Co., New York, the historian refers to Mr. Dan Mather in a brief way: "An honored representative of "ye olden time" was Dan Mather, who was born in Lyme, Connecticut, in October, 1774, and came to Burlington before 1804, and located in the southern part of the town, in the Butternut Creek valley, on a farm he occupied until his death in 1856. He was an active pioneer, and did much to advance the interests of the town. Was a tanner, and also engaged in the boot and shoe business. Mr. Mather was twice married. His first wife's name was Frost, by whom he had three children, Jane Eliza, the mother of Honorable E. M. Harris of Cooperstown; John Frost was a physician of large practice, residing at Garrettsville, Otsego Co. and Brooklyn, N.Y. he died in 1874; and Catherine. Mr. Mather married for his second wife Susannah Onderdunk, a cousin of Bishop Onderdunk of New York. They had three children, Andrew A., Ezra, and Dan. Ezra was elected supervisor of the town of Burlington in 1852, and Dan in 1858. Andrew A. is a prominant man and has officiated in many positions within the gift of his fellow citizens.
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