Hale, Clinton E., is a native of New York State and a son of Calvin and Mahaley (Tryon) Hale. He is related on his mother's side to the poet Bryant and on his father's side to several noted men of his name in the annals of old New England. Mr. Hale learned the trade of machinist in Massachusetts, and has worked in Malone, N. Y., Potsdam, and Lockport and other points for prominent concerns and in North Tonawanda for the Buffalo Steam Pump Company. In the spring of 1894 he embarked in business for himself as general machinist and bicycle repairer and employs two assistants during the busy season. In 1891 Mr. Hale married Anna Colby, and they have two children, Ida and Raymond.
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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