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Source:
Memorial Record of the Counties of Delaware, Union and Morrow, Ohio -
Publ. Chicago: The Lewis Publishing Co.
1895

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DANIEL ULRY, a farmer of Harlem township, Delaware county, was born in Pennsylvania, April 14, 1826, a son of Michael and Elizabeth (Shiker) Ulry, natives also of that State, and of German ancestry.  Daniel was thirteen years of age when his parents came, in wagons, to Ohio, locating near Plain City, Franklin county, in sight of New Albany.  The family afterward came to Delaware county, but subsequently the father went to Indiana.  His death occurred at the latter place.  Mr. and Mrs. Ulry had ten children, viz.: Daniel, Henry, John, Michael, Jesse, George, Mary, Margaret, Harriet and Sally.  The father was a farmer by occupation, a Democrat in his political views, and a member of the Lutheran Church.
     Daniel Ulry, the subject of this sketch, resided on different farms in this county until 1864, and in that year located on his present place of 123 acres in Harlem township, where he has all the improvements necessary for a well regulated farm.  In his political relations Mr. Ulry affiliates with the Democratic party.
     He was married, at the age of twenty-two years, to Diana Ruggles, a native of Plain City, Ohio, and a daughter of Samuel and Sally (Hoy) RugglesMr. and Mrs. Ulry have had fourteen children, namely: Isaac, Samuel, Henry, Jacob, Lewis, Elizabeth, Minnie, Lena A., and six deceased.
Source: Memorial Record of the Counties of Delaware, Union & Morrow, Ohio; Chicago: The Lewis Publishing Co., 1895, p. 496
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