Brown, Frederick J., was born at Ayer, Mass, August 12, 1866, a son of Michael Brown, who has been engaged in the grocery business at that place for over thirty years. Frederick Brown attended the public schools of his native town and at the age of eighteen completed the course of study prescribed. He then learned the trade of carriage painting, which he followed in the town of Ayer for five years, at the end of which time he entered the employ of the Ayer Furniture Company as a finisher of fine furniture. ln 1891 he removed to Niagara Falls, where he was engaged for the period of one year as agent for the Miller & Brundage Coach Co. and later, in 1893, he took up the study of law in the office of King & Morgan, remaining with that firm until the spring of 1896, when he was admitted to the bar of the State of New York, and a short time afterwards became a member of the firm of King, Leggett & Brown. Mr. Brown is a capable lawyer, and bound to rise in his profession.
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