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Samuel Talcott Perrin
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Birth: Oct. 22, 1818
Washington County
Vermont, USA
Death: Nov. 3, 1892
Orange County
Vermont, USA

Samuel married Harriet Martin Pettingill, 23 Mar 1842, in Barre, VT. They had 3 children:

-Zelma Agnes Perrin (1843-1905)
-Emma A. Perrin (1845-1875)
-Ella Rocelia Perrin (1849-1914)

Took an active part in the political affairs of the town (Williamstown).

They lived on a farm near Williamstown for over fifty years.

Alven Martyn Smith, the author of "George Martin of Salisbury, Mass." said on pg. 114 of the book: "The Compiler (A.M.S.) remembers S.T. Perrin very well as their homes were not very far apart. Mr. Perrin's long life of hard work was remarked by all; It was humorously said that Mr. Perrin always had at least one white cow in his herd so they could be found after dark to milk."

We are called upon to record the death of one of our most estimable and respected citizens, Mr. S. Talcott Perrin, aged 76 years. Mr. Perrin had been in very feeble condition for a long time, and for the past few weeks, had suffered severely from an affection of the kidneys, which terminated his life Thursday morning, the 3rd inst. The funeral services were attended last Saturday at his late home, Rev. E.E. Reynolds conducting the funeral ceremonies. Deceased was buried in his family grounds in the village cemetery. At the age of twenty-five years, Mr. Perrin was joined in marriage to Miss Harriet Pettingill and moved immediately onto the large farm where he lived for an unbroken series of 52 years. Mr. Perrin was an unusually industrious man until late years, when his enfeebled condition deprived him of the privilege of active labor. His widow and two daughters survive him. Mrs. W.H. Whaler and Mrs. W.F. Levings, whose homes are in the West, were unable to attend the funeral. The town and community feel deeply the loss of a worthy friend and citizen, and sympathize with the lonely widow in the sorrow and with the daughters, who are absent. 
Family links: 
  Samuel Perrin (1785 - 1844)
  Sarah Reed Perrin (1793 - 1870)
  Harriet Martin Pettengill Perrin (1816 - 1897)
  Zelma Agnes Perrin Levings (1843 - 1905)*
  Emma A Perrin Martin (1845 - 1875)*
  Ella Rocelia Perrin Wheeler (1849 - 1914)*
  William Perrin (1813 - 1867)*
  Elvira Perrin Atwood (1816 - 1865)*
  Samuel Talcott Perrin (1818 - 1892)
  Lucy Viana Perrin Martin (1819 - 1896)*
  Mary Perrin Bacon (1822 - 1887)*
  Cornelius Perrin (1824 - 1903)*
  Charles Emmory Perrin (1825 - 1826)*
  Edward Washington Perrin (1831 - 1870)*
  Clark Day Perrin (1836 - 1899)*
*Calculated relationship
Williamstown Village Cemetery
Orange County
Vermont, USA
Maintained by: KBStewart-Family
Originally Created by: KBStewart
Record added: Feb 11, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 104999587
Samuel Talcott Perrin
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Samuel Talcott Perrin
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Samuel Talcott Perrin
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husband of 1st cousin 4 x removed
- rickb
 Added: Nov. 21, 2014

- kwhitco
 Added: Jul. 13, 2013

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