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Gerry is a town centrally located in Chautauqua County, New York, United States. It is bounded on the north by Charlotte, east by Ellington, south by Ellicott, west by Ellery and Stockton. Settlement began around 1810. The town of Gerry was formed in 1812 from a part of the town of Pomfret named after Elbridge Gerry, a signer of the Declaration of Independence and Vice President of the U.S. The size of the town was decreased by the formation of the newer towns of Ellington and Charlotte. Gerry is best famous for hosting an annual rodeo since 1945 and a Scandinavian folk festival, both of which are held in the summer. The town is well adapted to grazing and dairying, and the valley is adapted to the raising of corn and other grains. Gerry's primary manufacturing establishment is the notable one owned by the Strong Veneer Company.