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The first permanent settlers of Ferron arrived December 6, 1877. They were Swen Larsen and son, Niels Christian Larsen; Nicholas Larsen and wife Helena, Peter F. Peterson and wife, Caroline. The first woman with a family of children, Ann Singleton Wrigley, wife of Joseph Wrigley, came in the fall of 1878. Ferron was named in honor of A.D. Ferron, a pioneer surveyor of Cache Valley.

Located at 40 West 100 North in Ferron, Utah