From: History of Washington Co. New York by Crisfield Johnson, published in 1878. Contributed to the Washington Co., NY, web page by Elizabeth Richardson. The following is from the section on the Town of Fort Ann (page 305):
In 1795, Ozias COLEMAN, Esq., and James SLOAN took a census to ascertain
the number of electors in town, and to classify them as directed by law. The following is a list from their returns:
Electors qualified to vote for senators by reason of possessing a freehold to the value of one hundred pounds: James RICH, John NICHOLS, Jr., Kinglsey MARTIN, John GRISWOLD, Thomas DEWEY, Dennison KENNY, Reuben BAKER, Samson MASON, Jr., Thaddeus DEWEY, Stephen BRADLEY, Alexander HARPER, Robert HARPER, Jeremiah CONKLIN, Medad HARVEY, Charles KANE, Ralph COFFIN, David HARVEY, George WRAY, Samuel WELSH, Jr., Benjamin EASTMAN, Josiah WELSH, Oliver SMITH, James SLOAN, David WELSH, Samuel WELSH, Jonathan DRAPER, Peter BOYCE, Ephraim COWAN, Hope WASHBOUT, Winthrop GRAHAM, John SYKES, George A. LYNDEY, Jonathan LEE, David GRISWOLD, James SHADDICK, John PHETTEPLACE, Levi HOLCOMB, Henry LEWIS, Peter HOLMES, John SIMMONS, Daniel STONE, Elisha WALTON, Silas ROBBINS, Asa GOODALL, Ozias COLEMAN, Sr., Ozias COLEMAN, Jr., Samuel HASKINS, John WRAY, Zephaniah KINGSLEY, Ebenezer NORTHERN, Isaac SARGENT, Samuel BROWN, Samuel MCCRACKEN, Josiah FARNSWORTH, Ebenezer FARNSWORTH, Thomas GILBERT, Benjamin WEBSTER, John KINGSLEY, Jr., Abda DOLPH, Joseph DOLPH, Andrew STEVENSON. Total, sixty-one.
Electors qualified to vote for assemblyman by virtue of possessing a freehold of the value of twenty pounds, but less than one hundred pounds: Elisha DOUBLEDAY, David DAILEY, John WALLACE, Oliver SMITH, Jr., Asahel GILES, John BOYCE, Amasa SMITH, David WARD, James CARTER, Daniel FRANKLIN, Ephraim MORRISON. Total, eleven.
Electors not possessed of freeholds, but renting tenements of the yearly value of forty shillings, and thereby qualified to vote for assemblymen: Benjamin WARDEN, Zephaniah MASON, Nathan MASON, Bethuel BOND, Wm. NORTON, Aaron OSGOOD, Benjamin CORNWELL, Daniel HILL, Jenkins WHITE, Shubel MASON, Samson MASON, James MITCHELL, Joseph MITCHELL, Aaron HICCOCK, Elijah CHAPLE, Joseph CONGDON, David PARLEE, Jeremiah SUNDERLAND, Aaron CRAWFORD, Matthew VAN GELDER, Ebenezer SMITH, Ezekiel SMITH, Moses SMITH, Israel BROWN, Tarble WETHERBEE, Caleb JONES, Daniel WELSH, Abram VAN STRANDER, Henry BOYCE, Gideon PITTS, Benjain WHITNEY, Jesse JAKWAY, John WARD, Jr., Winthrop BACON, Lemuel BACON, Benjamin BABCOCK, David BABCOCK, Comfort GOSS, Anthony HASKINS, Abram VAN ALLEN, Wm. SWEET, John HOLMES, John STOCKHOLM, Hugh PAUL, Gilbert SNOW, Phillip REYNOLDS, William ROBINSON, Timothy CHASE, William HAMILTON, Lemuel T. BUSH, John CROSBY, Lemuel HASTINGS, Asahel ROOT, John BELL, Leonard CHAMBERS, John TAYLOR, Aaron LLOYD, David GRIFFIN, James GRIFFIN, Joseph HENEGAN, John HENEGAN, David HENEGAN, John DE GOLIER, Benjamin PELTON, Ezekiel SWEET, William POTTER, Adam SLIGHTER, James MITCHELL, Abram BOYCE, Sr., Abram BOYCE, Jr., Freeman PERRY, Robert COWAN, William PATTISON, James PATTISON, Thomas STEVENS, Joseph WILKINS, Israel WARD, Benjamin CUTTER, Silas CHILDS, Amos STOWE, David VOSBURGH, Daniel WITHERELL, Mason OTIS, Richard OTIS, John NICHOLS, Elijah BILLS, Abel SIMMONS, Gideon HITCHCOCK, John MAXWELL, Sylvanus CONE, Eleazer CONE, Aaron COLTON, Obadiah ARCHER, David ABEL, Oliver STACY, Joseph BACKUS, David MCCRACKEN, Abijah WEBSTER, Nathan KINGSLEY, John KINGSLEY, Benjamin WEBSTER, Allen WEBSTER, Ashbel WEBSTER, Samuel THORNTON, James KINGSLEY, Patrick WELSH, James HOUGHTON, Hezekiah WETHERBEE, Benjamin BURGESS, Caleb CHASE, James PERKINS, Jacob VAN WORMER, Joseph BRAYTON, Jacob SNYDER, Elijah JOHNSTON, Charles KELLY. Total one hundred and sixteen. Making the total vote of the town on assemblymen amount to one hundred and eighty-eight.
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