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William H. Hamilton

WILLIAM H. HAMILTON, DANIELSONVILLE: Publisher "The New England Fancier."

William Hunter Hamilton was born at Winsted January 8, 1857, and was educated in the Killingly High School. He is a printer by avocation but has for a number of years published The Fancier at Danielsonville. This periodical is devoted to poultry interests and is an ably-conducted journal. 

Mr. Hamilton is an authority in his line of research and is prominently connected with poultry associations throughout New England, being a member of the American Poultry Association, the Bay State, the North Middlesex, and the Quinebaug Valley Associations, and is a member of the American Langshan Club, the American Pekin Bantam Club, the American Brown Leghorn Club, and the American White Wyandotte Club, being one of the founders of the first-named of these clubs at Boston in 1887. He is known all over the country for the work which he has accomplished in behalf of the breeding and raising of poultry. 

Mr. Hamilton is connected with various orders, including the American Mechanics, the Ancient Order of United Workmen, and the Odd Fellows. His life has been spent at Winsted, Worcester, and Danielsonville.  He is a republican in politics and is connected with the Episcopal church. His wife, who is living, was Miss Marceline P. Dumas. The family consists of three children, two sons and one daughter.

SourceIllustrated Popular Biography of Connecticut - 1891 Compiled and Published by J. A. Spalding Hartford Conn.  Press of the Case, Lockwood and Brainard Company 1891

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