Biography of Isaac E. Perkins
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Perkins, Isaac E., Parishville, was a native of Lyme, N. H., born October 24, 1824, a son of Leonard, also a native of Lyme, who married a Miss Cook, by whom he had ten children. In 1828 they settled in Parishville, and there lived and died. Isaac E. was fourteen years old at the time of the removal to this town, and here he was educated, taking up farming for a living. At his death he owned 252 acres. He married first, Harriet Robinson of Parishville, who died in 1840, and second, Sarah A. Webb of Malone, a daughter of Oliver Webb, who was born in Vermont, April 30, 1782, and married Sallie Nichols, born in Vermont in 1783. They came to Malone in 1809, where Mr. Webb died November 11, 1849, and his wife July 9, 1868. Of their eight children, five grew to maturity. Mr. Perkins was a Republican in politics, and died July 8, 1881. Mr. and Mrs. Perkins had no children, but they reared one boy, Frank P. Schellenger, a native of Parishville and a son of Alvin L. Schellenger, son of Reuben, an early settler of Stockholm. Frank P. was educated in the common schools and in Rochester Business University. In 1892 he married Ada B. Olmstead of Parishville, daughter of Moses S. Olmstead. Mr. Sehellenger is a farmer, and a Republican in politics. He is a member of Amber Lodge No. 395, F. & A. M., and of P. of H., Potsdam No. 39.

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The Boston History Co., Publishers 1894

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