Dysinger, Samuel A., was born in the town of Royalton, December 5, 1835. His father, John Dysinger, came to Niagara county in 1832, with his parents, George and Elizabeth Dysinger, where he kept the hotel at Dysinger's Corners. John Dysinger married Elizabeth, daughter of Abraham Carl, and through life was identified as a farmer, taking an active interest in school, church and public affairs, and was recognized as a man of sterling integrity, who ever advanced the best interests of his town and townspeople. He died in 1878. Samuel A. Dysinger was educated in the common schools and through life has been a farmer. In 1856 he married Nancy, daughter of John Dolinger, and they have seven sons and two daughters. Mr. Dysinger is one of the representative farmers in Niagara county, coming to the town of Lockport in 1860, with his brother, David M., and has by the force of his own character accumulated about 650 acres of land and is to day one of the most successful farmers in the State of New York. He has served as supervisor two years, highway commissioner three years and assessor for fifteen years.
Contributed 2017 by Lisa Slaski from Landmarks of Niagara County, New York, by William Pool, D. Mason & Co., Syracuse, NY, 1897
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