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William Feeter History and Genealogy

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This History of William Feeter, A Soldier in the War of American Independence
and of His Father, Lucas Vetter, the ancestor of the Feeter-Feder-Feader-Fader families
IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA, with genealogy of the family compiled at the request of
JAMES D. FEETER, by John B. Koetteritz, MEMBER HERKIMER COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY.
Little Falls, N.Y. Press of Stebbins & Burney, 1901
Copyright by James D. Feeter, 1901

DEATH OF WILLIAM S. FEETER

In Little Falls, Nov. 20, 1882, suddenly, of paralysis of the heart. William Small Feeter, aged 33 years, 3 months, 9 days.

Deceased was a son of Hon. James Feeter, of this village, and he has always made this place his home. In his earlier years he attended school at the Little Falls Academy and subsequently studied two years at Fairfield Seminary. He afterward took a two year business course, at Peekskill Seminary, graduating at the same time with two or three others from this village, and also with a son of Gen. Fremont, with whom his relations were quite intimate. Upon his return home he at once entered the National Herkimer County Bank, as bookkeeper, in which position he remained for twelve years, securing the good will and cordial best wishes of his coworkers and of the officers of the bank. He subsequently rendered about two years service in the Little Falls National Bank. A little more than two years ago he married Miss Carrie Nelson, daughter of the late H. C. Nelson, deceased, who survives him. Funeral service will be held from his late residence on Monroe street, on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.

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