Biographical Sketch of Corydon S. Harris

Harris, Corydon S., Panton, Vergennes p. o., was born in Panton, Vt., in 1812. He was brought up from the age of two years by Norman Munson and his wife Sally (Pearse) Munson. Mr. Munson died in 1844, and Mrs. Munson in 1877. Having previously purchased a part of the farm, consisting of 272 acres, Mr. Harris at the death of Mrs. Munson came into possession of the balance, and now resides on it. He has held most of the town offices, and represented the town of Panton in 1872 and 1873 at Montpelier. He was married in 1850 to Annie 0. Goodrich, of Addison, who died in April, 1851. He then married his second wife, Achsa Maria Goodrich, a sister of the first. They have had four children born to them — Sidney Munson, Susan Imogene, Mina Araminta, and Milo Corydon. Sidney M. was a graduate of the Northwestern University, at Evanston, Ills., and is a local preacher in the Methodist Episcopal Church in Minnesota, and farmer. He was married in 1881. to Alice J. Bristol, of Panton. Susan I. married Earnest J. Bristol, of Panton, in 1878. Mina A. married Fred C. Ward, of New Haven, Vt., in 1882. Milo C. is twenty-two years old, and is at present with his father on the farm.



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