Biography of Samuel H. De Right
Wayne County, NY Biographies





De Right, Samuel H., was born in Williamson, Wayne county, October 13, 1849. Edwin De Right, his father, was a native of Holland and came to America about 1840 and settled in the town of Williamson. He is a prosperous and thrifty farmer, owning a farm of 280 acres. About 1880 he settled in Marion where he died in 1891. He was a prominent member of the Presbyterian church of Marion. He married Margaret Laco and their children were: Adrian, who settled on the homestead and was engaged in farming until 1893, when he settled in Williathson village. He married Mary Leroy; Harmon M., who married Mary De Lass; Daniel, who settled in Marion and is a farmer. He married Libbie Brown; Jesse B., who is a carpenter and builder in Williamson and married Sarah Hise; Henry, who settled in Marion and is a farmer: and Samuel H., who settled in Sodus in 1868 and in 1873 purchased the James Case farm north of Sodus village; and is one of the thrifty and enterprising farmers of the town. He is a member of Sodus Lodge No. 392, F. & A. M, Sodus Grange and the Sodus Presbyterian church. He married in 1871 Mary J. Obine, and their children are: Maggie M., Katie B., Nellie and Samuel J.

From:
Landmarks of Wayne County, New York
Edited by: Hon. George W. Cowles
Assisted by: H. P. Smith and others
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Syracuse, N. Y. 1895


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