Person:Horace Wescott (1)

Horace F. Wescott
 
m. 18 NOV 1852
  1. Ella M. Wescott1856 -
  2. Ida J. WescottABT 1857 -
  3. Nancy Wescott, V.1860 -
  4. Horace F. Wescott1861 -
  5. Anna M. Wescott1869 -
m. 2 NOV 1889
  1. Percival L. Wescott1893 -
Facts and Events
Name Horace F. Wescott
Gender Male
Birth[1] 24 SEP 1861 Penobscot, Hancock, ME
Occupation? House Carpenter in 1900, Hardware Company Owner in 1920 & 1930
Marriage 2 NOV 1889 Penobscot, Hancock, MEto Lillian Wardwell

"In the political and business life of the city of Ellsworth, Horace F. Wescott stands out prominently as a man who has always upheld the best interests of the town. His value in the opinions of his fellow-citizens is shown by the many years he has served both the city and county in political offices. In addition to his work in civil affairs, Mr. Wescott has for many years conducted the important hardware concern which bears his name. Mr. Wescott was born in Penobscot, September 24, 1861, son of Giles Wescott and Hester A. (Wardwell) Wescott, both of Penobscot, and who are now deceased. Giles Wescott was engaged in farming until his death. Horace F. Wescott was educated in the local public schools and after completing his formal education, he learned the trade of carpenter, which occupation he followed for eighteen years, acquiring a reputation for dependable and substantial work throughout the vicinity. In 1900, he entered the hardware business independently, as sole owner and propreity of the H.F. Wescott Hardware Company of Ellsworth. In this line he has been highly successful and his organization is today one of the important business houses of the town." -Maine Biographies, genealogy.com

Living in Ellsworth at 1900, 1920 and 1930, when he owns a home valued at $3000.

References
  1. Maine Biographies, Vol. I, Records, Page 358.