Daniel E. Dininny
Contributed by Annette Campbell

Daniel E. Dininny was born in the town of Oneonta, OTSEGO county, NY on November 6, 
1824, son of Ferrill and Sarah (Bergett) Dininny, natives of Ireland and
Schoharie county respectively. Mr. Dininny came to America in 1801 and worked in
Stillwater. He married and settled in Otsego county and engaged in farming and
lumbering. In 1833 he settled in Addison, now the town of Tuscarora (Steuben
county NY-AC), where he died in May, 1871, and during the last twenty-eight
years of his life he was blind. Mrs. Dininny died in 1836. He was in the War of
1812. Daniel E. learned the carpenter's trade, but when twenty years of age he
engaged in farming, which has been his life's work. He has 200 acres of land and
makes a specialty of tobacco growing. In 1850 he married Marietta, daughter of
John and Catherine Young, by whom he had two children, O. H. and John E., who
farm the home farm. Mr. Dininny has been highway commissioner a number of terms. From "Landmarks of Steuben County" by Hon. Harlo Hakes 1896
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