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F.E. MULKIE, Cashier First National Bank, Corry, was born January 24, 1846, in Little Valley, Cattaraugus Co., N.Y., and in 1851 moved to Kennedy, Chautauqua Co., N.Y., with his parents. Here he was educated at the common school, choosing the dry goods business for an occupation. He commenced with D. F. Weld, with whom he remained seven years, when he opened on his own account in 1869, and carried on business till 1875, coming to Corry in 1864. In 1875, he was burnt out, with a loss of about $12,000. In that year he entered the bank as book-keeper, and in 1882 was promoted to the cashier’s desk, where he is now engaged; is also a Director and the Treasurer of the Board of Trade; is a charter member of the Royal Arcanum. On September 17, 1868, he was married to Miss D. M. Steward, daughter of S.W. Steward. To this union was born, in 1870, one child— Frank S.