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M. PARDEE, Teller Corry Nationa1 Bank, Corry, was born in March, 1854, in Panama, N.Y. He obtained his education in the schools of his birthplace, and at Ilion, N.Y., High School and Swarthmore College near Philadelphia. He was with his father five years in the hardware business in Columbus, Penn.; then was book-keeper in Jamestown, N.Y., with J. R. Wilson; thence went to Corry in 1870, where he clerked for the Empire Line for a year, and in 1871 went into the bank, first as book-keeper for six years, and for the last six years as Teller. Mr. Pardee was united in marriage, in 1875, with Carrie, born in 1856, in Columbus, daughter of George Blair, a druggist of Corry. To this union have been born Paul, born October 4, 1876, and Virginia Mary, born July 8, 1881.