Royal Perigo or Perrigo

Born: January 5, 1815 in Washington County, New York or Vermont, the son of Abijah Perigo or Perrigo and Olive Writt or Wright

Died: June 4, 1896

Married: Clarissa Fairbanks

Children: Benjamin F. Perrigo, George W. Perrigo, Mary E. Perrigo, Julia H. Perrigo, Ellen Perrigo

In the 1860 US Census Erwin Fairbanks, a nephew was living with the family.

In 1861 Royal was an inspector of election and had a $4.50 claim approved by the Town of Franklin.

Essex County Republican, December 1872

Bloomingdale - Dec. 5, 1872

...This place is improving rapidly. Besides the new hotel being built by Pierce and Skiff, (Mr. Perigo having sold his interest to Capt. Jas. H. Pierce, of Franklin,)

The Index - edited by Francis Ellington Abbot, William James Potter, Benjamin Franklin Underwood - Volume 9, 1878, page 177


We hope soon to have a working Liberal League County Committee in every County of New York State. The committee for the City and County of New York will consist of five members; other counties of three members......

Dr. Freeman Lyon, an earnest intelligent liberal of Bloomingdale, is the chairman of the Essex County Committee, and has chosen as his associates "[Luther T. Bryant]" and Royal Perrigo, of Bloomingdale. The committee will immediately move for the organization of a Liberal League.

The Palladium, Malone, Thursday, June 4, 1896


Our old pioneer settler, Royal Perigo, is very low, and is expected to live but a very short time.

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Aunt Jule's House Vermontville Vermontville School