Sub-series 01 - Martin C. Ferrin

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Martin C. Ferrin

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CA ETRC P173-007-01

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0.065 l.m. of textual records.

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Martin Conant Ferrin was born in 1816 to Micah Ela Ferrin (1787-1863) and Lucinda Ferrin (née Conant; 1796-1880). He first married Sarah Smith Mead and together, they had at least three children: Elvyn Austin Ferin (1845-1925), Ella A. Ferrin (1853-1863), and Lill Mead Ferrin (1859-1935). In 1873, following the death of his first wife, Martin married Sarah Haskell (1828-1899). Martin died in 1892.

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The subseries contains primary source information on the education, business, and everyday life of Martin C. Ferrin from about 1827 to 1892 in Vermont. It consists primarily of diaries, receipts, notes, and certificates documenting his activities. The subseries is comprised of the following files: Diaries ([1850?], 1881-1885, [1890?]-1892), Brownington Academy ([1827-1840?]), Marriage to Sarah Mead Ferrin (1843-[1881?]), and Sugar Production (1892).

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The documents are in English.

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