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Orrin Perry

Orrin Perry

Orrin Perry, born 18 Feb 1816 New Hampshire, died 19 Jun 1890, McKean Co., Pa. Buried Rose Hill Cemetery, Smethport, Pa.

History of the Counties of McKean, Elk, Cameron & Potter, 1890, pp. 536-554.
CHAPTER XXVII.
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES — NORWICH, HAMLIN, LAFAYETTE AND SERGEANT TOWNSHIPS

ORIN PERRY, farmer, P.O. Kasson, is a son of Michael and Hannah (Cass) Perry, natives of New Hampshire, where Orin was born in February, 1816. His parents afterward removed to Steuben county, N.Y., where he received his education. He remained at home until he was eighteen years of age, when he engaged as a common laborer. By thrift and economy he finally found success crowning his honest efforts. He married, in 1835, Miss Lurinda Abby, of Steuben county, a daughter of John and Mary (Head) Abby. This wife died in 1845, leaving two chi1dren, Mary (now deceased) and Malvina, wife of Calvin Pettis, of Port Allegany, Penn. Mr. Perry married in May, 1846, Miss Miranda, daughter of George and Amy (Page) Head, of Steuben county, N.Y. and they are the parents of the following named seven children: Ann (wife of Freeman Leyzotte, of Ketner, Penn.), George, Amanda M. (wife of F.A. Briggs), Andy, John, Mary and Ellsworth. Mr. Perry was engaged in farming in Steuben county, N.Y., until 1859, when he came to Sergeant township and purchased the farm of 240 acres, where he now resides. He has always evinced an interest in the township, and has held various local offices.

Submitted by Mary Perry Negvesky, great great granddaughter

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