Coridon F. Barlow, who is a clerk in the office of the U. S. Inspectors of Steamboats, Oswego, is a member of
a well known family of Oswego County. He was born at Scriba, Oswego County, May 31, 1906, the son of J. F. and
Pearl E. (Peer) Barlow.
Both J. F. Barlow and his wife are natives of this county, and live at Scriba. For many years he has been interested
in general fanning. He is a Republican and served as justice of the peace at Scriba from 1923 until 1927. Mr. Barlow
belongs to the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Ontario Lodge, No. 610. His wife is a member of the Baptist Church.
Their children are: 1. Velma M., lives at Oswego. 2. Coridon F., the subject of this sketch.
After attending the Oswego High School, Coridon F. Barlow completed a course of study at the Chaffee Business Institute
in 1926, and for several months was an assistant to Mr. Keefe, owner of the school. In September, 1927, he accepted
his present position as clerk in the office of the Inspectors of Steamboats.
Politically Mr. Barlow is a Republican. He is a member of the Baptist Church and is affiliated with the Independent
Order of Odd Fellows and the Rebeccas, Ontario Lodge, No. 610, and Fulton Encampment, No. 120.
William F. Barlow, grandfather of Coridon F. Barlow, served throughout the Civil War as a member of Company G,
110th New York Volunteer Infantry, and was a member of the Grand Army of the Republic.
The North Country
A History, Embracing
Jefferson, St. Lawrence, Oswego, Lewis
and Franklin Counties, New York.
By: Harry F. Landon
Historical Publishing Company
Indianopolis, Indiana 1932
Oswego County, NY
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