Biography of John Perrin
Springfield, Clark County, OH Biographies





JOHN PERRIN, farmer; P. 0. Springfield. John Perrin is the son of John Perrin, and was born on April 15, 1812, on the site of his present pretty home, which was then occupied by much ruder and plainer quarters; he had four brothers and two sisters, of whom only one brother and sister survive. Of his brothers, Ed and Joseph are no more, and William is a farmer in this neighborhood. In March, 1853, he married Miss Mary D. Roush, a native of Virginia. John Perrin, Sr., died in December, 1848, only surviving his wife eighteen months. Mr. Perrin has no uncles living; his family consists of five daughters and one son, all yet single and living at the paternal home; he has always been a farmer, and is one of those frank, open, plain, upright men, the best samples of which are found among the tillers of the soil; he supported the war freely financially, and in this, as in other matters, never shirked what he supposed to be his duty; he built his present handsome two story brick residence in 1870, and is in very comfortable circumstances in life, and hale and hearty at 69 years.

From:
History of Clark County, Ohio
W. H. Beers & Co.
Chicago 1881


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