Biography of Fred H. Terry
Wayne County, NY Biographies





Terry, Fred H., was born in Clyde, August 3, 1854. His father, Alfred F. Terry, was a native of Long Island and was one of the first settlers in the village of Clyde. Fred H. Terry, after leaving school, entered a drug store in Clyde, where he remained a short time and then, in 1872, went to Sioux City. Here: in connection with his father, he ran a steamboat in the U. S. government employ, carrying Indian supplies from Sioux City to Fort Benton, Montana, and freighted the first cargo of lumber and building materials that reached the city of Bismarck on the Missouri river. Hereturned to Clyde in 1873 and entered the employ of Dr. J. E. Smith. In 1876 he bought Out J. P. Pardee and succeeded him in the drug business. Mr. Terry is now one of the leading druggists in the town. He married Miss Katie Wood, daughter of Henry Wood, and to them one child, Viva, has been born.

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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