Orris S. Ferry (August 15, 1823 - November 21, 1875) was a Republican American lawyer and politician from Connecticut who served in the United States House of Representatives and the United States Senate. Ferry went to the Hopkins School and then later graduated from Yale in 1844. Ferry's first elected office was as a probate judge, and later served a term as a state senator from 1855-1856. During the Civil War, he volunteered as part of the initial defence of Washington and later was promoted to the rank of brigadier-general.
Preceded by: Lafayette S. Foster Class 3 Senators of Connecticut 1867 - 1875 Succeeded by: James E. English