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Morris Patterson Ferris, American lawyer. Member advisory council Daughters of the Cincinnati.

Background

Ferris, Morris Patterson was born on October 3, 1855 in New York, United States. Son of Isaac F. (Doctor of Divinity, Doctor of Laws, 3d chancellor of the University of New York) and Letitia (Storm) F.

Education

Academic education, University of New York. Bachelor of Laws, same, 1876.

Career

In law practice at New York, since 1876. An organizer Brooklyn Young Republican Club, member Executive Committee, correspondent secretary, 1881-1884. Treasurer Society American Authors, 1898-1906.

Secretary S.R., 1899-1906. Member of council New York Society Colonial Wars, 1903-1905. Member of council Order Foreign Wars, 1899-1902, 1904-1907.

Registrar and commissary Veterinary Corps of Artillery, Society War of 1812, 1895-1906. Charter member and 1st attorney general Order Founders and Patriots of America. Founder, and secretary New York State History Association, 1899-1903, trustee, since 1899.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Authors, 1898-1906

    • secretary S.R., 1899-1906. Member of council New York Society Colonial Wars, 1903-1905. Member of council Order Foreign Wars, 1899-1902, 1904-1907.

      Registrar and commissary Veterinary Corps of Artillery, Society War of 1812, 1895-1906. Charter member and 1st attorney general Order Founders and Patriots of America. Founder, and secretary New York State History Association, 1899-1903, trustee, since 1899.

Membership

Member advisory council Daughters of the Cincinnati.

Connections

Married Mary Lanman Douw, September 4, 1879.

father:
Isaac F. Ferris

spouse:
Mary Lanman Douw