Ferry, Medad, was the first of the family to settle in Orleans county. He came from Rome, Oneida county, in
1826 and settled in Murray. He was a farmer, was a staunch Democrat and a faithful member of the Methodist Church.
He married Lavinia Littlefield, and their children were: William, who went to Michigan in early life; Lewis D.,
Lorenzo, Louise, Eunice and Susan. Lorenzo married Juno Dutcher, and resides in Buffalo; Louisa married Asahel
Lewis; Eunice married Ret. Sheldon Baker, and Susan married Edward Day. Lewis D. Ferry was a farmer. He married
Sylvia, daughter of Paphiras Beebe, of Murray. Their children were Ellen A., who married Milton Hard; Aden M.,
who married Nancy Garrison; George A., who married Amarett M. Gridley; Wilbin L., Carrie and Edward, who died young.
Wilbin L. was born in Murray in 1848. His early life was spent on the farm. For several years he conducted a livery
business in Holley, and since 1886 has been engaged in the harness business, and is also a dealer in carriages
and sleighs. He married Hattie E., daughter of Horace B. Perry.
Landmarks of Orleans County, New York
Edited by: Hon. Isaac C. Signor
Assisted by: H. P. Smith and others
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Syracuse, N. Y. 1894
Orleans County, NY
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