FRED C. CARY. - Isaac Cary, the father of Fred C., was a descendant of John Cary, who came from Somerset, England,
in 1634, and joined the Plymouth Colony, was born in Mendham, N. J., March 22, 1823, and died October 13, 1893.
He was educated in the district school, the Fairchild Private School and later took a course in the Medical Department
of Harvard College, from which he graduated. He practiced medicine in Brooklyn for some time, removing from there
to Warwick, Orange County, in 1853, where he became one of its leading physicians and continued his professional
practice until his death. He was a member of the Reformed Dutch Church, and in politics a democrat. He was a member
of Warwick Lodge No. 544, F. & A. M. He married Harriet Roe, of Warwick, in 1854. Their children were a daughter,
who died in infancy, and two sons, Frank W. and Fred C. The former is in the office of the N. Y. C. & H. R.
Railroad in New York.
Fred C. Cary, the younger son of Dr. Isaac Cary, is a resident of Warwick, and prominent in its business and public
affairs. He was educated in Warwick and a few weeks before the graduation of his class in Warwick Institute was
offered a clerkship in the First National Bank of Warwick. This was in 1881, and he was then only sixteen years
of age. His faithfulness and ability in the bank are attested by the facts that in 1890, at the age of twenty five,
he was made its cashier, and later one of its directors, which office he still holds to the satisfaction of business
associates and bank patrons. The year that he was promoted to cashier he was also appointed clerk of the village
and clerk of the water works, and these positions he has continuously retained. He has been a member of Warwick's
board of education several years and served as president two years, and is a director in the Warwick Valley Telephone
Company and the Warwick, Monroe and Chester Building and Loan Association.
The History of Orange County New York
Edited by: Russel Headley
Van Deusen and Elms, Publishers
Middletown, N. Y. 1908
Orange County, NY
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