Athens 1855 Industry

Census of 1855 ~
Athens

Election District 1

Part A   Part B
Part C   Part D
Part E   Part F
Industry
Agriculture and Domestic
 

 Transcribed by Sharon Palmateer from microfilm records of the original State Census
Election District 2 is under transcription


 

Page Line Name of Person or Company owning the Shop, Factory, Mine, Quarry or other object of industry (109) Name of Business or Manufacture (110) CAPITAL INVESTED in Real Estate (111) CAPITAL INVESTED In Tools and Machinery (112) RAW MATERIALS Quantity (113) RAW MATERIALS Kind (114) RAW MATERIALS Value (115) ANNUAL PRODUCT Quantity (116) ANNUAL PRODUCT Kind (117) ANNUAL PRODUCT Value (118) Kind of Motive Power (119) Adult Men (120) Adult Women (121) Children under 18 yrs Boys (122) Children under 18 yrs Girls (123) WAGES Ave. monthly wages of men (124) WAGES Ave. monthly wages of  women (125) ED Page Date
1                                   1 51 6/4/1855
2 Thomas Hoxford Carpenter 400 50 Miscellaneous Lumber 600 Miscellaneous   1,200   2       39   1 51 6/4/1855
3 Byron Cook Waggon Maker 200 50 Raw materials   300 Miscellaneous   1,000 Hand 2       30   1 51 6/4/1855
4 Nathan Clark, Jnr. Stoneware Manufacturing 6000 500 300 ton Clay 900     |               1 51 6/4/1855
5 Nathan Clark, Jnr. Earthenware Furnace     100 cord Wood 400     10,000 Hand 13   2   30   1 51 6/4/1855
6 Nathan Clark, Jnr. Fine Brick     200 tons Coal 1200     |               1 51 6/4/1855
7 Casper N. Van Loon Brickmaking 300 400 70 tons ave. Coal 1500 1,500,000 Brick 3,000 Horse 25       30   1 51 6/4/1855
8         1000 tons Clay & sand                       1 51 6/4/1855
9                                   1 51 6/4/1855
10 David Whiting Brickmaking 4000 2000 600 cords Wood 3000 5,000,000 Brick 125,000 Horse 46       30   1 51 6/4/1855
11         200 tons Coal dust 300                     1 51 6/4/1855
12         250 loads Sand 250                     1 51 6/4/1855
13 Henry Stanaham Brickmaking 7000 2000 682 cords Wood 3000 5,500,000 Brick 13,000 Horse 46       32   1 51 6/4/1855
14         261 tons Coal dust 261                     1 51 6/4/1855
15         150 loads Sand 100                     1 51 6/4/1855
16 Van Schaack & Bedell Glue Manufacturing 3000 1000 60 tons Glue stock 4200 23 tons Glue 5,000               1 51 6/4/1855
17   & Neat's Oil Manufacturing     200 ton Paper sizing 14000 100 tons Sizing 18,000               1 51 6/4/1855
18         50000 sets Cattle Feet 400 15bls Neat's foot oil 460               1 51 6/4/1855
19         30 cords Wood 165         6   6   30 15 1 51 6/4/1855
20                                   1 51 6/4/1855
21 Sylvester Nichols Brickmaking 2000 1500 600 cords Wood 2400 2,500,000 Brick 6,500 Horse 25       26   1 51 6/4/1855
22         150 tons Coal dust 2000                     1 51 6/4/1855
23         100 loads Sand 100                     1 51 6/4/1855
24 Sylvester Nichols Lime Manufacturing 1000     Limestone 3000 20000 bls Lime 10,000   10       26   1 51 6/4/1855
25         500 tons Coal 3000                     1 51 6/4/1855
26         100 cords Wood 400                     1 51 6/4/1855
27                                   1 51 6/4/1855
28 Nathan Goldsmith Lime Manufacturing 400   1100 loads Stone 100 11,000 bls Lime 4,400   6       30   1 51 6/4/1855
29         300 tons Coal 2100                     1 51 6/4/1855
30 Richard G. Low Brickmaking 2000 1000 350 cords Wood 1400 3,500,000 Brick 8,750 Horse 21   9   26   1 51 6/4/1855
31         200 tons coal dust 300                     1 51 6/4/1855
32         400 loads Sand 240                     1 51 6/4/1855
33 George Titus Brickmaking 1200 400 300 cords Wood 1200 2,500,000 Brick 6,250 Horse 20       25   1 51 6/4/1855
34         100 tons Coal dust 100                     1 51 6/4/1855
35         130 loads Sand 10                     1 51 6/4/1855
36 Isaac Edwards Lime Manufacturing 250 25 250 loads Stone 50 250 bls Lime 1,000   3       25   1 51 6/4/1855
37         75 tons Coal 450                     1 51 6/4/1855
38 C & H. Hallenbeck Blacksmithing 800 200 4 1/2 tons Iron 300 Miscellaneous   1,400   2       30   1 51 6/4/1855
39         10 tons Coal 90                     1 51 6/4/1855
40 Alfred Allen Shoe Manufacturing 600 50   Sole & upper leather 400   Boots & Shoes 1,000   2       25   1 51 6/4/1855
41                                   1 51 6/4/1855
42 Morton & Edmonds Ship Building 3000 200 60,000 ft Plank 2400 2 Steamboats 22,000 Hand 20       50   1 51 6/4/1855
43         60,000 ft Timber 2000 1 Barge                 1 51 6/4/1855
44         20 ton Iron & spike 1000                     1 51 6/4/1855
45                                   1 51 6/4/1855
1                                   1 52 6/30/1855
2 Jacob Salsbury Waggon maker 200 100 Miscellaneous   100 Miscellaneous   500 Hand 1       30   1 52 6/30/1855
3 Prosper Peloubet Blacksmithing 300 100 4 ton Iron 320 Miscellaneous   1,500 Hand 2       36   1 52 6/30/1855
4         8 ton Coal 64                     1 52 6/30/1855
5 William Hudson Blacksmithing 400 100 6 ton Iron 480 Miscellaneous   1,000 Hand 2       28   1 52 6/30/1855
6         4 ton Coal 32                     1 52 6/30/1855
7 Henry T. Van Loon Carpenter 600 200 Miscellaneous Lumber 3000 Miscellaneous   6,000 Hand 4       40   1 52 6/30/1855
8 Watson Howland Carpenter 300 100 Miscellaneous Lumber 1500 Miscellaneous     4000 2       40   1 52 6/30/1855
   --- End of First ED Industry other than Agricultural                                      

 


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