Burrell B. Link
Burrell B. Link

Information on this page is from History of Rensselaer Co., New York by Nathaniel Bartlett Sylvester, published in 1880.

BURRELL B. LINK was born in the town of Brunswick, Rensselaer Co., NY July 2, 1825. He is a son of Helmar and Esther Link, natives of the same county, who were buried in Oakwood Cemetery. His father was an apprentice while young, followed agricultural pursuits during is life, was on a rented farm for a few years, and passed the latter part of his life on a farm of his own in comparative comfort. Mr. Link, in company with his brother (Jeremiah Link), purchased the farms on which they both now reside, and for five years carried on the milk business

together. A few of his residence, showing the work of industry and economy, may be seen [below]. Mr. Link represents the agricultural interests of his town, and is known as a thrifty, enterprising farmer and an honest man.

He married, Nov. 16, 1864, Fannie, daughter of Jacob P. and Jane Coonradt, of the town of Brunswick. Their children are Burrell B., Arba N., Stanley C., Allen, Nellie B., and one not named. Mrs. Link was born Nov. 29, 1841.

Residence of Burrell B. Link, Brunswick, N. Y.

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