James D. Feeter

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James D. Feeter (1900)

James D. Feeter (June 28, 1840 – March 20, 1903) was an American banker and politician from New York.

Life[edit]

He was born on June 28, 1840, in Little Falls, Herkimer County, New York, the son of Assemblyman James Feeter (1806–1892) and Cynthia (Small) Feeter (died 1878).[1] He attended the common schools and then engaged in the grocery business with his father. In 1880, he began to work for the Little Falls National Bank, first as Assistant Cashier, then as Cashier, and finally became President of the bank. In 1881, he married Ella Craig.

He was at times Collector, and Treasurer, of the Village of Little Falls; and a delegate to the 1876 Republican National Convention.[2]

Feeter was a member of the New York State Senate (33rd D.) from 1899 to 1902, sitting in the 122nd, 123rd, 124th and 125th New York State Legislatures.[3]

He died suddenly on March 20, 1903, at his home in Little Falls, New York, of "heart disease";[4] and was buried at the Church Street Cemetery there.

Sources[edit]

  1. ^ Feeter family at Three Rivers
  2. ^ New York Red Book (1900; pg. 71)
  3. ^ Official New York from Cleveland to Hughes by Charles Elliott Fitch (Hurd Publishing Co., New York and Buffalo, 1911, Vol. IV; pg. 364f)
  4. ^ James D. Feeter in NYT on March 21, 1903

External links[edit]

New York State Senate
Preceded by
Walter L. Brown
New York State Senate
33rd District

1899–1902
Succeeded by
Walter L. Brown