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Ferral Carlton Dininny January 22, 1818 – July 24, 1901 was an American businessman and politician from the Southern Tier region of New York
His father Ferral Dininny 1785–1876 came from County Cavan, Ireland to the United States and settled at Addison, Steuben County, New York Among his children were William Dininny b 1810, Henry Ferral Dininny b 1815, Ferral Carlton Dininny, John W Dininny, Owen Dininny b 1822 and Daniel Ensign Dininny
Ferral C Dininny was born in Otsego County, New York on January 22, 1818 He received his early education in the Otsego County district schools Later he entered the Whitesboro Institute near Utica, New York, and finished his studies at the seminary in Lima, New York He resolved to study law, and entered the law office of Andrew Chatsfiels in Addison He was admitted to the bar in 1845 in Bath, New York, and opened an office in Addison
In December 1849, he married Altia F Harford of Bedford, Westchester County, New York Their only child, Ferral C Dininny, Jr, was born in 1851
In 1850, he was a member of the New York State Assembly from Steuben County, New York Dininny was chosen Speaker pro tempore for part of the 73rd session that year when Noble S Elderkin of St Lawrence County, New York, was called away by illness in his family Robert H Pruyn of Albany also served as Speaker pro tempore for part of that session Dininny was chosen a presidential elector in 1852, and cast his ballot for the Democratic nominee, Franklin Pierce He also was supervisor of Addison for 13 straight years, and became interested in the real estate business
He was President of the Butler Colliery Company in Elmira, New York He was also among the owners of the Blossburg Coal Company, in Blossburg, Pennsylvania, which obtained its charter by an act of the Legislature of Pennsylvania, approved April 11, 1866
Dininny moved to Elmira, New York in 1872, and lived there in what was then known as the "Governor Randall" property on Water Street His wife, Altia, died in 1896
At the time of his death in July 1901, he was commonly supposed to be worth at least $1 million about $25 million in today's dollar terms, based on data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics and Historical Statistics of the United States to 1970, Table E135-166, although many believed this estimate was too conservative FC Dininny, Jr, who lived in the greater New York City region, interred his parents' remains in an unknown cemetery in that area They were subsequently moved to Kensico Cemetery in Valhalla, Westchester County, New York, in 1922
- 1 Dininny ancestry, at Gen Forum
- Google Book The New York Civil List compiled by Franklin Benjamin Hough Weed, Parsons & Co, Albany NY, 1858
- 2 History of The Seven Counties, by Joyce M Tice
- Obituary published in the Elmira Advertiser on July 25, 1901
|New York Assembly|
John G Mersereau
|New York State Assembly
Steuben County, 2nd District
James H Miles
Robert H Pruyn
|Speaker of the New York State Assembly
Henry Jarvis Raymond
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