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WOODSTOCK
TOWN OUTSIDE OF CORPORATION

WINDSOR COUNTY
18831884
 

EXPLANATIONS

Directory is arranged as follows: ~ 

1. Name of individual or firm. 

2. Postoffice address in parenthesis. 

3. The figures following the letter r indicate the number of the road on which the party resides, and will be found by reference to the map in the back part of this work. Where no road number is given the party is supposed to reside in the village. 

4. Business or occupation. 

5. A star (*) placed before a name indicates an advertiser in this work. 

6. Figures placed after the occupation of a farmer indicate the number of acres owned or leased. 

7. Names in CAPITALS are those who have kindly given their patronage to the work, and without whose aid its publication would have been impossible. 

ABBREVIATIONS. Ab., above; ave., avenue; bds., boards; bet., between; cor., corner; E., east; emp., .employee; fac. op., factory operative; h., house; manuf., manufacturer; Mfg., manufacturing; N., north; n., near; opp. opposite; prop., proprietor; reg., registered as applied to live stock; regt., regiment; S., south; supt., superintendent; W., west.

The word street is implied.
 
 

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ABBOTT LUTHER (Bridgewater) r 44, sugar orchard 350 trees, wool grower 125 sheep, cattle raiser 30 head, and farmer 260.

Adams Albert, (South Woodstock) r 41, retired farmer.

Adams Carlos C., (South Woodstock) r 41, sugar orchard 1,000 trees, wool grower 100 sheep, and farmer 226.

Ainsworth Harriet B., (Woodstock) r 13, widow of Crayton, resident.

ATWOOD ALVIN O., (South Woodstock) r 24, sugar orchard 1,000 trees, wool grower; 5 sheep, and farmer 100.

Atwood Clara E., (South Woodstock) r 54, teacher, daughter of Edwin H.

ATWOOD EDWIN H., (South Woodstock) r 54, lister, sugar orchard 400 trees, wool grower 100 sheep, and farmer 100.

ATWOOD FRANK C., (Woodstock) r 12, farmer, with Ira.

Atwood Fred H., (South Woodstock) r 54, teacher, and farmer, son of Edwin H. Atwood.

ATWOOD IRA, (Woodstock) r 12, farmer 175.

Atwood Homer P., (Woodstock) r 17, farmer, with Horatio N.

ATWOOD HORATIO N., (Woodstock) r 17, wool grower 50 sheep, sugar orchard 1,000 trees, and farmer 175.

Atwood Sarah S., (Woodstock) r 17, old resident, aged 74, daughter of Caleb.

Averill Alonzo A., (Woodstock) r 31, breeder of Jersey cattle, wool grower 40 sheep, and farmer 135.

AVERILL ORAMEL, (Woodstock) r 29 cor 30, wool grower 60 sheep, sugar orchard 150 trees, and farmer 80.

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Bailey Charles M., (Woodstock) r 14 cor 3, resident.

BAILEY JOHN, (Woodstock) r 16, dealer in live stock, farmer 150.

BAILEY WILLIAM, (South Woodstock) r 38, sugar orchard 300 trees, wool grower 60 sheep, and farmer 75, and pasture in Reading 60.

BARNARD EDWIN C., (Woodstock) off r 28, farmer 35, whitewasher, mason work, etc.

Barrett George B., M. D., (Taftsville) resident.

Barren John M., (Bridgewater) r 44, teamster, and farmer 4.

Barrows Flora M., (Woodstock) r 33, school teacher.

Barrows Mary A., (Woodstock) r 33, widow of Caleb, sugar orchard 400 trees, and farmer 42.

Barrows Schuyler H., (Woodstock) r 5, farm laborer.

Bean Mary S., (Taftsville) widow of Joshua, resident.

Benjamin Charles F., (South Woodstock) teacher of vocal music.

BENSON HIRAM C., (Woodstock) general mechanic in all kinds of wood work, employed at Daniels machine works.

BENSON HOSEA, (Woodstock) r 17, retired farmer.

BENSON ISAIAH, (Woodstock) r 17, (Daniels Machine Co.) wool grower 200 sheep, sugar orchard 500 trees, and with Hosea Benson, farmer 300

Benson Lydia, (Woodstock) r 16, widow of Levi, born in Massachusetts in 1797

BILLINGS EDWIN C., (South Woodstock) general blacksmith, fruit grower and farmer 9.

Bingham Daniel R., (Taftsville) teamster.

Bishop William D., (Taftsville) scythe maker.

BLAKE JOHN M., (South Woodstock) r 51, wool grower 30 sheep, sugar orchard 500 trees, and farmer, leases of Amasa Fullerton 125.

BLOSSOM CHARLES H., (Woodstock) r 6, breeder of Jersey cattle, and farmer 55.

Blossom ______, (Woodstock) r 13, widow of Warren, dressmaker.

Blossom Levi, (South Woodstock) r 45, retired farmer, aged 75.

BLOSSOM LEVI E., (South Woodstock) r 45, wool grower 55 sheep, sugar orchard 500 trees, farmer 132, meadow, pasture and woodland 85 acres.

Boutwell William, (Bridgewater) r 44, operative in F. S. McKenzie's woolen mills.

Boyce Daniel W., (Woodstock) r 30, wool grower 56 sheep, sugar orchard 300 trees, and farmer 104.

Boyden Jesse, (Woodstock) r 11, superannuated M. E. clergyman, sugar orchard 250 trees, and farmer 90.

Boyden Sidney A., (Woodstock) r 11, farmer, with Jesse B.

Bradley Horace, (Woodstock) r 13, laborer at Daniels & Co.'s machine shop.

Brewster George, (Woodstock) off r 18, retired farmer, aged 74

Bridge Eliab W., (South Woodstock) dealer in West India goods, groceries, flour, nails, and patent medicines.

Bridge Oliver H., (South Woodstock) clerk, employee of E. W. Bridge.

Briggs Abigail M., (Woodstock) r 13, widow of Luther, born in Hanover, N. H., in 1805.

Bryant Dorcas, (Woodstock) r 14, widow of Amos.

Bryant Eugene M., (Woodstock) r 18, dealer in produce, and farmer, son of John S.

Bryant John S., (Woodstock) r 18, wool grower 25 sheep, sugar orchard 100 trees, and farmer 50.

BUCK CHARLES C., (Woodstock) r 5, 3d selectman, wool grower 75 sheep, sugar orchard 300 trees, farmer 75, in Bridgewater 22, and in Barnard, pasture land 60.

Bugbee Benjamin F., (Taftsville) mechanic.

Burdoo Philip S., (South Woodstock) r 24, farmer, employee of Miss Hannah E. Randall.

Burnham Martha A. Miss, (South Woodstock) r 53, farm 14.

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Cabot Dean, (South Woodstock) r 38, wool grower 90 sheep, and farmer 80.

Cady George W., (South Woodstock) r 57, farmer with his father William C.

Cady Mary R., (South Woodstock) r 57, widow of Allen, aged 78.

CADY WILLIAM C., (South Woodstock) r 57, sugar orchard 200 trees, wool grower 100 sheep, farmer 120, and pasture and wood land 50.

CARLISLE CHARLES, (Woodstock) off r 18, grower of small fruit and farmer 15.

Carlisle Clarence W., (Bridgewater) r 44, operative in F. S. McKenzie's woolen mills.

Carlton Levi W., (Woodstock) r 26, wool grower 100 sheep, farmer 160.

Cary Abigail, (Woodstock) r 9 cor. 12, widow of Benjamin.

CASE CHARLES M., (Woodstock) r 5, sugar orchard 150 trees, wool grower 20 sheep and farmer 135, born in town in 1812.

CASE GEORGE B., (Woodstock) r 5, son of Charles M.

Chamberlain ____, (Woodstock) r 24, sugar orchard 300 trees and farmer 100.

Chase Charles W., (Woodstock) r 25, farmer 50.

Chase Harrison W., (Woodstock) r 25, laborer.

Chedel Clara L. Miss, (Woodstock) r 5, wool grower 50 sheep, farmer 60.

Chedel George, (Woodstock) r 5, retired farmer.

CHURCHILL FRANCIS G., (Woodstock) r 13, machinist, employee of Daniels machine company.

CHURCHILL ZEBEDEE P., (Bridgewater) r 44, sugar orchard 1,000 trees, wool grower about 70 sheep and farmer 175, and occupies in Bridgewater 140 and in Barnard 75, sheep pasture in Pomfret 50.

Claflin Juliet, (Woodstock) r 5, widow of Daniel.

Claflin Luther, (Bridgewater) r 45, farmer 4.

Clapp Levi M., (Woodstock) r 4, farmer 2.

CLARK BENJAMIN F., (South Woodstock) boot and shoe maker, bds National Hotel.

Clark Simeon, (South Woodstock) retired, aged 83.

Clark William, (Woodstock) r 28, dealer in poultry and horses, wool grower 50 sheep and farmer 60.

Cobb Alfred J., (Woodstock) r 15, sugar orchard 300 trees, wool grower 100 sheep, dairy 12 cows and farmer 235 and pasture in Bridgewater 100.

COBB EDWARD M., (Woodstock) r 1, son of Mary P., farmer, on the estate of Lyman Cobb, Jr., 105 acres.

Cobb Gains P., (Woodstock) r 13, apiarist 40 swarms.

COBB HENRY M., (Woodstock) r 20, farmer 7, born in town Oct. 22, 1808.

COBB L. BURTON, (Woodstock) r 1, farmer, the estate of Lyman Cobb, Jr., 105 acres.

Cobb Mary P., (Woodstock) r 1, widow of Lyman, Jr., sugar orchard 300 trees, and farm 105.

Cobb Norman M., (Woodstock) r 13, machinist, employee of Daniels Machine Company.

Coles Thomas H., (Bridgewater) r 44, employee of F. S. McKenzie.

Coleman Rebecca, (South Woodstock) r 41, widow of Chauncey B., h and 1 1/2 acres.

COLSTON AVERY, (South Woodstock) r 53, wool grower 70 sheep, sugar orchard 300 trees, and farmer 122.

COLSTON ELMER A., (South Woodstock) r 53, farmer, son of Avery.

Cook Irving S., (South Woodstock) principal of Green Mountain Perkins Academy, bds at the National Hotel.

CORY SALLY E. MRS., (Bridgewater) r 46, farmer 49.

Cowdrey Joseph C., (Woodstock) r 18, farm laborer.

Cox George W., (Woodstock) r 30, wool grower 50 sheep, and farmer 72.

Cox Horace K., (Woodstock) r 13, laborer.

Cox Isabella M., (Bridgewater) r 44, widow of Horace K., resident, h and garden.

COX JEROME B., (Woodstock) r 30, laborer, owns 5 acres.

Cox Samuel W., (Woodstock) r 17, wool grower 40 sheep, sugar orchard 200 trees, and farmer 75.

Curtis Albert M., (Bridgewater) r 46, wool grower 60, sheep, sugar orchard 500 trees, and farmer 186.

CURTIS EDWARD J., (Bridgewater) r 46, lumberman and farmer.

Curtis Frank P., (Bridgewater) r 45, wool grower 40 sheep, and farmer 110.

Curtis Gustavus, (Bridgewater) r 48, wool grower 50 sheep, sugar orchard 200 trees, and farmer 190.

Curtis Joseph E., (Bridgewater) r 46, farmer 70.

CURTIS ROSWELL D., (Bridgewater) r 46, sugar orchard 200 trees, and farmer 10. 

CUSHING NATHAN, (Woodstock) r 6, breeder of Spanish Merino sheep, reg., flock of 73 sheep, and farmer 70.

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Dana Benjamin F., (Woodstock) r 5, teamster.

Dana Benjamin S., (Woodstock) r 9, sugar orchard 500 trees, dairy 10 cows and farmer 250.

Dana Frederick, (Woodstock) r 5, gardener for F. Billings.

Dana Lydia M., (Woodstock) r 5, widow of Benjamin, farmer 35.

Daniels Henry H., (Woodstock) r 18, with John C. Morgan owns threshing and sawing machine, dairy 10 cows, wool grower 300 sheep, and farmer 500.

*DANIELS MACHINE COMPANY, (Woodstock) r 13, (Isaiah Benson and Wales N. Johnson) manufacturers of rag rope, hay and ensilage cutters, wool-pickers, cider-mills. [Card on page 370.]

Darling Homer, (Taftsville) farmer 35.

Darling Jason L., (Woodstock) r 20, sugar orchard 400 trees, and farmer 150.

Davis Herman G., (Bridgewater) r 44, attorney at law; proprietor of saw mill and chair stretcher mill.

Davis Julia E., (Bridgewater) r 44, widow of Gaylord, resident.

Davis Willie E., (Bridgewater) r 44, light watchman at McKenzie's woolen mills,

Denish Lewis N., (Woodstock) r 16, farmer 75.

Deso Charles H., (Woodstock) r 28, butcher and farmer 15.

De Wolf Ruth, (South Woodstock) widow of Charles, dressmaker.

Dodge Frederick A., (Bridgewater) r 44, overseer for F. S. McKenzie.

Dodge William C., (Bridgewater) r 44, retired, aged 79.

Douglas Catharine, (Woodstock) r 18, widow of Reuben, resident.

Dow Esther B., (Woodstock) r 5, widow of Willard H.

Dunbar Abam D., (Woodstock) r 12, laborer.

Dunbar Hannah (Woodstock) r 12, resident.

DUNHAM HORACE F., (Woodstock) r 18, P. G. W. P. of the S. of T. of the State of Vermont, selectman, auditor of the Woodstock R. R., carpenter and builder and farmer 25.

DUTTON CARLOS B., (Woodstock) r 43, sugar orchard 2,500 trees, dairy 8 cows, wool grower 200 sheep, and farmer 300. (Died May 11, 1883.)

Dutton Ira, (Woodstock) r 22, sugar orchard 400 trees and proprietor of sawmill and farmer 45.

Dutton Uriel H., (South Woodstock) r 18, sugar orchard 200 trees, dairy 10 cows, wool grower 150 sheep and farmer 150

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EATON LEONARD P., (South Woodstock) r 42, sugar orchard 800 trees, wool grower 40 sheep and farmer 202, and pasture land 87 acres.

Ellison Gilbert S., (South Woodstock) r 24, sugar orchard 500 trees, wool grower 40 sheep and farmer, leases of Dr. W. Randall 120.

Elms Jerome A., (Woodstock) r 13, farmer, h and lot.

EMMONS EDWIN C., (Taftsville) r 10, justice of the peace, breeder of Merino sheep, and farmer 130.

EMMONS THALES W., (Taftsville) sawyer, and farmer 20.

ENGLISH CHARLES H., (Woodstock) r 15, notary public, prop. of English's grist and saw mills and grocery, sugar orchard 200 trees, and farmer, occupies 80.

ENGLISH HENRY W., (Woodstock) r 15, retired miller and farmer, born in town 1804.

English William S., (Woodstock) r 4, manuf. of hand rakes.

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FALLON FERDINAND, (South Woodstock) r 35 cor 34, fruit grower 100 trees, wool grower 40 sheep, and farmer 75.

Farnsworth Ann, (South Woodstock) r 53, farmer 40.

Fay Charles, (Woodstock) r 33, teamster, and farmer 75.

Fay Dennis, (Bridgewater) r 44, prop. of a threshing machine, teamster and farmer 23.

Fay Edwin, (Woodstock) r 132, farmer 40.

Fisher David M., (Woodstock) r 33, wool grower 40 sheep, and farmer, leases of Benjamin Wood 100.

Fisher Fred C., (Woodstock) r 12, employee of E. F. Standish.

Fisher Louisa Miss, (Woodstock) r 4, nurse and governess, home at Lancaster, Mass.

Fisher Roxana E, Mrs., (South Woodstock) carpet weaver.

Fisher William M., (South Woodstock) carpenter and painter.

Fletcher George, (South Woodstock) farmer 7.

Fletcher Porter B., (South Woodstock) r 41, farmer with his father Shubael R. Fletcher.

FLETCHER SHUBAEL R., (South Woodstock) r 41, sugar orchard 200 trees, wool grower 110 sheep, and farmer 400.

FLETCHER THADDEUS L., (South Woodstock) r 54, sugar orchard 1,000 trees, wool grower 25 sheep, and farmer 180.

Foster William D., (Woodstock) r 4, dealer in sheep, horses and Jersey cows, breeder of Southdown sheep, and farmer 96.

FRANCIS MARTHA E., (Bridgewater) off r 44, widow of Charles.

Fredette Nelson, (Woodstock) r 28, laborer.

Freeman George S., (Woodstock) r 30, sugar orchard 1,000 trees wool grower 110 sheep, and farmer 100.

Freeman Nathaniel S., (Woodstock) r __, wool grower 30 sheep, and farmer 30.

French Charles A., (South Woodstock) r 55, sugar orchard 1,000 trees, wool grower 100 sheep, and farmer 220.

French Harrison, (South Woodstock) retired harness manuf., aged 88.

French John W., (Woodstock) farmer.

FULLERTON ISAIAH T., (South Woodstock) r 51, wool grower 80 sheep, sugar orchard 200 trees; farmer 84, and with his brother Amasa, pasture land 83.

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Gallup Elisha S., (Woodstock) r 19, sugar orchard 500 trees, and farmer 105.

GALLUP JOSEPH A., (Woodstock) r 28, farmer, with F. B. Shaw.

Gates Frank E., (Taftsville) laborer.

Gates Orrin B., (Woodstock) r 132, farmer 110.

George, Moses, (South Woodstock) r 21, farmer 54.

Gibson Abram M., (Woodstock) r 28, laborer.

Gifford Daniel A., (South Woodstock) prop. of boarding house, dealer in horses, and farmer 40.

Gifford Willie D., (South Woodstock) farmer, son of Daniel A.

Gilbert Eugene, (Woodstock) r 14, carpenter and farmer 40.

Gilbert Irving, (Taftsville) sugar orchard 300 trees, farmer 40, and pasture land 60.

Gilbert Truman, (Woodstock) r 5, farmer 5.

Gillett Alfred B., (Taftsville) flock of 80 sheep, farmer 12, also farm in Bridgewater 200.

Gilman John, (Woodstock) r 15, stone mason.

GILSON FORREST D., (South Woodstock) prop. of the National Hotel, and farmer, leases of Green Mountain Perkins Academy 45 acres.

Green Mountain Perkins Academy, (South Woodstock) Irving S. Cook, principal.

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HARVEY ALICE G. Miss, (Taftsville) r 10, music and public school teacher.

HARVEY GEORGE W., (Taftsville) r 10, carpenter and joiner, breeder of grade Merino sheep, 30 head of grade Jersey cattle, sugar orchard 600 trees and farmer 95.

Hatch Joseph K., (Woodstock) r 42, wool grower 100 sheep, farmer 60, and pasture land 90, also owns with Gustavus H. McClay 112. 

Hatch Oliver T., (Woodstock) r 19, farmer 90.

Hathaway Benjamin D., (Taftsville) (D. & B. D. Hathaway,) lumberman.

HATHAWAY DAVID, (Taftsville) (D. & B. D. H.) lumberman.

Hathaway Dorcas, (Woodstock) r 16, widow of Elisha, born at Woodstock, aged 67.

HATHAWAY D. & B. D., (Taftsville) (David and Benjamin D.) manufacturers and dealers in lumber, prop planing, shingles and grist, saw and cider mills.

HATHAWAY JOSEPH, (Woodstock) r 3, inventor of Hathawav water wheel, contractor and builder of mills, dams, &c., sugar orchard 1,000 trees and farmer 200.

Hathaway Lorenzo E., (Woodstock) off r 15, sugar orchard 200 trees, and farmer occupies 200.

Hathaway Louisa, (Woodstock) r 1, widow of Hubbard. resident, 3 acres.

Hathorn Benjamin, (South Woodstock) r 36, fruit grower, wool grower 100 fine wool sheep, farmer 111 and pasture 80, and also farm occupied by Charles Hopkins 115.

Hathorn George H., (South Woodstock) r 36, farm laborer.

Hawley Nathaniel P., (Woodstock) r 26, resident.

Heald Emery A., (Bridgewater) r 44, wheelwright and manufacturer of ox-yokes.

HEALY ALBERT S., (Woodstock) r 15 cor 1, manufacturer and dealer in wagons, carriages and sleighs and general blacksmithing.

Heselton Charles, (Woodstock) r 28, sugar orchard 150 trees, dairy 10 cows, and farmer, leases on shares of C. J. Taft 200.

Hicks George W., (Woodstock) r 35, works farm on shares for John Welch.

Hill Charles H., (Taftsville) farm laborer.

Hoadley Henry C., (South Woodstock) r 40, retired farmer, aged 74.

Hoadley J. Kendall, (South Woodstock) r 54, sugar orchard 3,000 trees, manufacturer of cider and jelly, wool grower 70 sheep, and farmer 298.

Hoadley James H., (South Woodstock) r 40, sugar orchard 1,000 trees, wool grower 65 sheep, farmer 130, and pasture 50.

HOISINGTON DAVIS, (South Woodstock) r 43, sugar orchard 200 trees, wool grower 74 grade Merino sheep, and farmer 180.

HOISINGTON FRANK L., (South Woodstock) r 43, scythe maker and farm laborer.

Holt Benjamin L., (South Woodstock) r 56, sugar orchard 400 trees, wool grower 125 sheep, and farmer 400.

HOLT FREDERICK A., (Woodstock) r 42, wool grower 100 sheep, sugar orchard 300 trees, and farmer 200.

HOLT HIRAM, (South Woodstock) retired carpenter and joiner, farmer 3, and wood lot 5.

Holt Katy M. Miss, (South Woodstock) r 65, housekeeper, and daughter of Benjamin L.

Holt Lucian B., (South Woodstock) r 56, farmer, with his father, Benj. L.

Holt Truman R., (South Woodstock) r 56, farmer, son of Benjamin L.

Hopkins Charles H., (South Woodstock) r 43, wool grower 60 sheep, and farmer 115.

Hopkins Rhoda, (Taftsville) widow of Rinaldo T., resident.

Houghton Cyrenus, (Woodstock) r 20, sugar orchard 500 trees, and farmer 250.

Houghton Henry H., (Woodstock) near r 20, farmer 65.

Houghton Melvin T., (Woodstock) off r 20, farmer 18.

Houghton Simeon D., (Woodstock) r 20, (Houghton & Richardson,) and farmer, carries on farm for Cyrenus Houghton.

Houghton & Richardson, (Woodstock) r 20, (Simeon D. H. and Sidney R.) props. of sawing and threshing machines.

Howland Benjamin E., (Woodstock) r 1, farmer 30.

HOWLAND JAMES, (South Woodstock) r 34, 107 sheep, sugar orchard 350 trees, 75 fruit trees, and farmer 140.

Howland Joseph S., (Woodstock) r 2, wool grower 34 sheep, and farmer 168.

Hubbard Alonzo. (Bridgewater) r 45, wool grower 60 sheep and farmer 80.

HUDSON JOSEPH W., (Bridgewater) r 47, wool grower 40 sheep, sugar orchard 200 trees, and farmer 45.

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JAQUITH A. B. MRS., (Woodstock) r 73, librarian Woodstock Library Association.

JAQUITH ALBERT B., (Woodstock) r 13,fruitgrower(apples and pears), and farmer 16.

Jaquith Henry M., (South Woodstock) r 41, stone mason and farmer.

Jaquith Marshall, (South Woodstock) r 41, mason and farmer 26, aged 78 years.

Jillson Charles H., (Woodstock) r 1, farmer, leases of Isaac Newton 3.

JOHNSON WALES N., (Woodstock) r 13, (Daniels Machine Co.)

Jones Samuel, (Taftsville) laborer.

Jones Samuel, (Woodstock) r 11, pensioner, 2 acres.

Joy Thomas, (Woodstock) r 13, resident, 79 years old,

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Kelsey Daniel, (Woodstock) r 33, farmer, in Bethel 4.

KENDALL FREDERICK P., (South Woodstock) r 38, sugar orchard 250 trees, wool grower 80 sheep, farmer 50, and pasture land 50.

KENDALL LARNARD C., (South Woodstock) r 54, representative and selectman, wool grower 100 Merino sheep, farmer 105, and pasture and woodland 65.

KENYON JOSEPH E., (Woodstock) off r 18, painter, grainer, paper hanger, sugar orchard 200 trees, wool grower 85 sheep, and farmer 170.

KIDDER ELLERY W., (Woodstock) r 22, sugar orchard 300 trees, 60 full blood Merino sheep, and farmer 85.

KING JAMES U., (Woodstock) r 17, wool grower 80 sheep, sugar orchard 300 trees and farmer 100.

King Moses D., (Woodstock) r 17, invalid.

Kingsley Richard H., (South Woodstock) postmaster, dealer in general merchandise, and farmer 5.

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LACOUNT GEORGE, (Bridgewater) r 45, farmer, son of Pearley H.

LaCount Pearley H., (Bridgewater) r 45, sugar orchard 300 trees, 50 sheep, and farmer 150.

Ladd Benjamin F., (South Woodstock) mason and farm laborer.

LADD MASON W., (Woodstock) r 17, 165 sheep, sugar orchard 1,000 trees, deacon Congregational church, and farmer 175, and in Bridgewater, pasture 70.

LaMountain Christmas, Woodstock) r 25, laborer.

LaMountain Peter, (Woodstock) r 25, farmer 4.

Leach Austin K., (Woodstock) r 18, breeder of grade Jersey cattle, and farmer 76.

LEAR BENJAMIN, (Bridgewater) r 46, machinist, employee of F. S. McKenzie, breeder of full blood Jersey cattle, and farmer 25.

Lear Oliver, (Bridgewater) r 45, wheelwright, and manuf. of hemlock shingles, farmer 25.

Leonard Jesse W., (Woodstock) r 32, wool grower 70 sheep, sugar orchard 250 trees, and farmer 170.

Leonard Willie E., (Woodstock) r 32, farmer, son of Jesse W.

Lewis Orlando G., (Bridgewater) r 45, wool grower 25 sheep, and farmer 100.

Lewis William S., (Woodstock) r 13, grocer.

Liberty Charles L., (Woodstock) r 33, farmer.

Liberty Ellen (Woodstock) r 33, widow Lewis D., sugar orchard 100 and farmer 150.

Liberty George W., (Woodstock) r 33, farmer.

Lincoln Eliza A., (Woodstock) r 33, widow of Charles F., farmer C. F. Lincoln's estate 100.

LINCOLN NEWMAN M. & LOYAL T., (Woodstock) r 33, wool growers 150 sheep, sugar orchard 300 trees and farmers, lease C. F. Lincoln's estate of 100 acres, silos of 100 tons each.

Lockwood George R., (Woodstock) r 27, milk dealer and farmer 45.

LOCKWOOD HARVEY T., (Woodstock) r 26, farmer 50 and sugar orchard 100.

Lord Carrie E. Mrs., (Woodstock) r 21, sugar orchard 300 trees, wool growers 50 sheep and farmer 80.

Lord Carrie L., (Woodstock) r 21, teacher.

LORD ELMER E., (Woodstock) r 21, farmer, son of and with Mrs. Carrie E. Lord.

Lord Mary E. Miss, (Woodstock) r 21, teacher and dressmaker.

Lord Sarah B., (Woodstock) r 21, teacher.

LUDLAM WILLIAM, (Woodstock) r 12, mason.

Lusia Joseph (Woodstock) r 8, laborer.

Lusia Surrell, (Woodstock) r 6, mason.

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Mack Abbie J., (Woodstock) r 34, widow of Judah L., sugar orchard 400 trees, wool grower 100 Merino sheep, and farmer 130.

Mack Alonzo, (Woodstock) r 42, breeder of horses and farmer 65.

Mack Edwin, (Woodstock) r 42, farmer, son of Alonzo.

Mack Verdia Miss, (Woodstock) r 42, teacher, daughter of Alonzo Mack.

MACKENZIE JOHN T., (Woodstock) r 17, telegraph operator and clerk in jewelry store.

MACKENZIE JOSEPH C., (Woodstock) r 17, fruit grower, apples and pears, sugar orchard 400 trees, 100 sheep, farmer 230 and in Bridgewater 190.

MACKENZIE OLIVER H., (Woodstock) r 5, sugar orchard 1,000 trees, wool grower 70 sheep and farmer 260.

Marble George W., (Woodstock) r 13, carpenter and sawyer at Stewart estate's saw mill, occupies 5 acres.

Marcy Lewis M., (Taftsville) (Marcy & Co., Hartland Four Corners) general merchant.

Marsh Edward P., (Woodstock) r 43, clerk, son of William C.

Marsh George W., (Woodstock) r 43, farmer, son of William C.

Marsh William C., (Woodstock) r 43, sugar orchard 400 trees, 40 sheep, breeder of grade Jersey cattle, and farmer 100.

Maxham Frank E., (Woodstock) r 1, sugar orchard 100 trees, wool grower 100 sheep, and farmer 98.

McCauley John, (Woodstock) r 132, laborer.

McClay Emma M. Miss, (Woodstock) r 34, teacher, daughter of Gustavus H.

McClay Ernest A., (Woodstock) r 29, sugar orchard 600 trees, farmer 108.

McClay Eva B. Miss, (Woodstock) r 34, teacher, daughter of Gustavus H.

McCLAY GUSTAVUS H., (Woodstock) r 34, sugar orchard 300 trees, breeder of fine Merino sheep, flock of 100, and farmer 225.

McGrath Edward, (South Woodstock) r 43, sugar orchard 1,000 trees, wool grower 70 sheep, and farmer 140.

McKenzie John, (South Woodstock) farmer 18, and pasture land 100.

MERRILL CHARLES F., (Woodstock) r 28, machinist.

MERRILL LEVI J., (South Woodstock) superintendent of the town poor farm, and farmer, owns 83 acres on r 22.

Metcalf Franklin D., (Taftsville) carpenter and scythe polisher.

Metcalf Henry W., (Taftsville) scythe maker, employee of the Taft manufactory.

Mills Mason, (Woodstock) r 13, farmer 27.

MINOR AMANDA L., (Bridgewater) r 44, widow of Levi, 100 sheep, sugar orchard 1,000 trees, raises young cattle, farmer 220, and in Bridgewater 295

Montague J. S. & J. E., (Woodstock) r 4, breeders of registered Spanish Merino sheep and Jersey cattle, and farmers.

Montague Justin E., (Woodstock) r 4, (J. S. & J. E.) town lister.

Montague Justin S., (Woodstock) r 4, (J. S. & J. E.) 1st selectman.

MONTAGUE NORMAN & SON, (Woodstock) r 4, (W. David) masons, sugar orchard 240 trees, and farmer 100.

MONTAGUE W. DAVID, (Woodstock) r 4, (Norman Montague & Son).

More Mary Mrs., (Taftsville) resident.

Morgan Anna M., (South Woodstock) widow of Edwin R., boarding house.

MORGAN EMANUEL S., (South Woodstock) r 41, sugar orchard 500 trees, 100 fruit trees, 100 sheep, breeder of pure blood Jersey cattle, and farmer 136.

Morgan George R., (South Woodstock) r 41, farmer with his father, Emanuel S.

Morgan James C., (South Woodstock) breeder of Hambletonian and Morgan horses, owns stock horse "Kentucky Pilot," and farmer, pasture in Reading 30, and leases of James Fletcher, of Pittsfield, Vt., h and 1 acre.

Morgan Jane B., (South Woodstock) widow of Russell M., boarding house.

MORGAN JOHN C., (Woodstock) r 18, sugar orchard 300 trees, with Henry H. Daniels owns threshing and wood sawing machine, and farmer 50.

MORGAN ORRIN L., (Woodstock) r 20, wool grower 49 sheep, sugar orchard 500 trees, and farmer 160.

MORSE GEORGE A., (Taftsville) wood turner at Seaver's Mill.

Mower Clara I. Miss, (Woodstock) r 6, resident.

Mower Hannah S., (Woodstock) widow of Ira, farm 22, and in Pomfret 75.

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NATIONAL HOTEL, (South Woodstock) F. D. Gilson, prop.

Newton Isaac, (Woodstock) r 5, manuf of wagons, carriages and sleighs.

Nye David T., (Woodstock) r 13 1/2, farmer 14.

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Page Asabel Mrs., (South Woodstock) r 41, resident.

Paige Edmund L., (South Woodstock) r 37, farmer, aged 75, with his son Oscar.

Paige Oscar E., (South Woodstock) r 37, sugar orchard 100 trees, 35 sheep, and farmer, manages for his sister, Mrs. Abbie L. Messer, 50 acres.

Parkhurst John P., (Taftsville) moulder and foundryman.

PAYNE FRANK S., (Woodstock) r 26, jour. harness maker, and farmer 25.

Pelton Betsey H., (Woodstock) r 20, widow of Amos, resident.

PELTON ERASTUS C., (Woodstock) r 20, carpenter and joiner, and farmer 27.

PELTON MELINDA C. Miss, (Woodstock) r 20, weaver in cotton mills.

PELTON WILLIAM W. CAPT., (Woodstock) r 25 near 26, agent New Home sewing machine, dealer in agricultural implements, 70 sheep, sugar orchard 500 trees, and farmer 100.

Perham Henry J., (Woodstock) r 13, son of Mason W.

PERHAM MASON W., (Woodstock) r 13, dealer in horses, manufacturer of Perham's horse liniment and farmer 23.

Perkins Charles D., (South Woodstock) sugar orchard 700 trees, farmer 50.

Perkins Cyrus B., (South Woodstock) r 39, retired farmer, aged 74.

Perkins Hannah R., (Taftsville) widow of Orson.

PERKINS JASPER H., (Woodstock) r 28, mason, white washing, colt breaking, and farmer 20, and leases 31.

Perkins Monroe W., (South Woodstock) r 39, sugar orchard 200 trees, wool grower 36 sheep and farmer 130.

Perry Charles M., (Woodstock) r 9, teamster and farmer.

PERRY EDWARD A., (South Woodstock) r 38, dealer in nursery stock and horses, proprietor of the trotting mare "Susan P."

Perry Emeline M. Miss, (Woodstock) r 34, sugar orchard 400 trees, 65 sheep, breeder of grade Jersey cattle, and farmer 100.

Perry Maria F., (South Woodstock) r 37, widow of Franklin, sugar orchard 200 trees, 85 sheep and farm 100, estate of Franklin Perry.

Pierce Lewis C., (Bridgewater) r 44, employee of F. S. McKenzie, owns h and lot.

Pierce Payson A., (Woodstock) r 13, milkman 12 cows, and farmer 107.

Pingrey Daniel F., (Woodstock) r 37 1/2, sugar orchard 800 trees and farmer 50.

Potwain Moses, (Woodstock) r 13, farmer, occupies Charles Dana's farm 60.

Pratt Delphine, (Woodstock) r 16, widow of Carlos A., sugar orchard 300 trees, farm 105.

Pratt Frederick E., (Woodstock) r 16, farmer, son of Mrs. Delphine.

Pratt Joseph S., (Woodstock) wool grower and farmer 85.

PUTNEY THOMAS E. C. & SON, (Woodstock) r 10 cor 11, breeder of Jersey cattle, wool grower 83 sheep, and farmer 100.

PUTNEY TRUE N., (Woodstock) r 10 cor 11, (Thomas E. Putney & Son) (Putney & Spaulding).

Putney & Spaulding, (Woodstock) r 10 cor 11, (True N. Putney, Daniel G. Spaulding) proprietors of wood sawing and threshing machines.

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Ralph Galo B., (South Woodstock) farmer 10.

Randall Hannah E. Miss, (South Woodstock) r 24, sugar orchard 400 trees, wool grower 30 sheep and farmer 45

Raymond Anna L., (Woodstock) music teacher, and dressmaking.

Raymond Charles H., (Woodstock) r 13, machinist.

Raymond Deborah, (Woodstock) off r 15, widow of Isaac M.

Raymond Eliza J., (Woodstock) r 13, widow of George G.

Raymond Henry W., (Woodstock) r 1, farmer 160.

Raymond Lucius, (Woodstock) r 13, carpenter.

Raymond Lucius F., (Woodstock) r 13, carpenter.

REED FRED H., (Woodstock) r 10, (H. B. Reed & Sons.)

Reed H. B. & Sons, (Woodstock) r 12, manuf. of baskets, etc., and sugar orchard 3,600 trees.

Rice Charles, (Woodstock) r 13, laborer.

Rich Delia E. Mrs., (Bridgewater) r 44, dressmaker.

Rich James A., (Woodstock) r 28, farmer, in Reading 40, and leases of Moses Shaw's estate 10.

Richardson Chauncey, (Woodstock) r 22, farmer 90, and historian of town of Woodstock, aged 90.

Richardson Sidney W., (Woodstock) r 20, (Houghton & Richardson,) dealer in horses, and farmer, leases of Ward C. 159.
 

Richardson Ward C., Woodstock) r 20, wool grower 60 sheep, farmer 159. 

Richmond George W., (Taftsville) resident.

Richmond Helen M., (Taftsville) widow of Otis H., resident.

Richmond Nancy, (Taftsville) resident.

Richmond Paschal E., (Woodstock) r 4, (Paschal E. & Mason A. Richmond,) carpenter and builder.

Richmond Paschal E. & Mason A., (Woodstock) r 4, flock of 55 sheep, sugar orchard 500 trees, farmer 125, and pasture land in Pomfret 50.

Robinson Levi J., (Bridgewater) r 44, farm laborer.

Rogers Walter, (Woodstock) r 5, farmer 4.

Roice Charles H., (Woodstock) r 13, laborer.

Rollin Edward G., (Woodstock) r 33, farmer 43.

Rood George M., (South Woodstock) r 40, prop. of saw mill, carpenter, joiner, and farmer 25.

ROOD HUMPHREY H. H., (South Woodstock) r 40, wool grower 90 sheep, sugar orchard 300 trees, and farmer 140.

Rood Will H., (South Woodstock) r 40, carpenter.

Russell Mary, (South Woodstock) r 24, widow of Jonathan W., resident.

Ryder Thomas M., (Taftsville) laborer.

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Safford Justin, (Woodstock) r 18, miller.

Sampson William M., (Woodstock) r 20, sugar orchard 600 trees, wool grower 50 sheep, and farmer 106.

SANBORN ALVAH H., (Woodstock) r 25, wool grower 75 sheep, sugar orchard 500 trees, and farmer 150.

Sanborn Mary, (Woodstock) r 25, widow of Joseph, is now 78 years old.

SANBORN ORVILLE P., (Woodstock) r 25, stencil cutting, ornamental and bracket sawing.

Sawyer Addison F., (Woodstock) r 43, farmer 60.

Sawyer Webster L., (Woodstock) r 13, laborer.

Scannell John; (Woodstock) r 30, sugar orchard 300 trees, fruit grower 150 apple and 70 pear trees, 35 sheep, and farmer 100.

Scott Caroline S., (Woodstock) r 13, widow of Henry, resident.

Seaver Charles H., (Taftsville) manuf. of lumber and chair stock.

Seaver Harley C., (Woodstock) r 18, farm laborer.

Shaw Asa A., (Woodstock) r 26, farmer, leases 50 of widow Record estate.

SHAW FRANKLIN B., (Woodstock) r 28, wool grower 150 sheep, sugar orchard 300 trees, and farmer 190.

Shaw Roxana, (Woodstock) r 28, widow of Rufus.

Sherwin Calvin, (Woodstock) r 27, sugar orchard 600 trees, wool grower 50 sheep, and farmer 108.

Sherwin Elmer H., (Woodstock.) r 8, farmer, with Horace F.

Sherwin Horace F., (Woodstock) r 8, town overseer of poor, wool grower 100 sheep, and farmer 170.

Simmous Austin E., (Woodstock) r 16, sugar orchard 500 trees, 100 sheep, and farmer 100.

Simmons William H., (Woodstock) r 17, carpenter, and farmer 65.

Slack Joel B., (Woodstock) r 30, wool grower 110 sheep, sugar orchard 300 trees, and farmer 175.

*SLAYTON EDWIN H., (South Woodstock) r 37, carpenter and builder, sugar orchard 1,000 trees, fruit grower 100 apple and 15 pear trees, 100 pure American Merino sheep, and farmer 23, soldier in the war for the Union. [Card on page 442.]

SLAYTON REUBEN M., (South Woodstock) retired farmer 6.

Smith Alonzo B., (Woodstock) r 5, carpenter.

Smith Daniel, (Taftsville) postmaster and station agent Woodstock R. R.

SMITH JOSEPH W., (South Woodstock) justice of the peace, special constable, breeder of pure blood Merino sheep, 50 head, and farmer 100.

Smith Norman W., (Woodstock) r 28, wool grower 75 sheep, and farmer 125.

SMITH WILLIAM H., (Woodstock) r 16, wool grower go sheep, sugar orchard 300 trees, and farmer 140.

Solger Nahum C., (Woodstock) r 24, sugar orchard 500 trees, 100 sheep, and farmer, leases on shares for Isaiah and Hosea Benson.

Solger Oseola D., (Woodstock) r 25, farmer, leases of T. J. Slayton 26.

Soule Betsey C., (Woodstock) r 20, widow of Samuel W., resident.

SPAULDING DANIEL G., (Taftsville) r 10, proprietor of a brick yard, breeder of pure blood Merino sheep, reg., 75 head, Chester white hogs, Jersey cattle, reg., sugar orchard 1,200 trees, farmer 140, and pasture land 72.

Spaulding Hiram, (Taftsville) farmer 20.

Sprague Charles, (Bridgewater) r 46, farm laborer.

Sprague Harvey J., (Bridgewater) r 46, laborer.

St. John James, (Woodstock) r 32, sugar orchard 300 trees, wool grower 30 sheep, and farmer 160.

STERLIN SETH F., (Woodstock) r 18, sugar orchard 300 trees, wool grower 40 sheep, and farmer 45.

STERLIN WILL W., (Woodstock) r 13, farmer, son of Seth W.

Stockwell Harriet E., (South Woodstock) widow of Cyrus, nurse.

Stowe Dicia, (South Woodstock) r 54, widow of Hollis, resident, aged 82.

STRONG WILLIAM J., (Taftsville) general blacksmith.

Switzer William, (Woodstock) r 27, wool grower 30 sheep, and farmer 100.

Switzer Willie B., (Woodstock) r 27, sugar orchard 150 trees, wool grower 36 sheep, and farmer 85.

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TAFT ALSON W., (Woodstock) r 33, dairy 8 cows, sugar orchard 400 trees, and farmer, leases of Charles Taft estate 150.

Taft Daniel, (Taftsville) manuf. of edge tools, born at this place Nov. 29, 1803.

Taft Paschal P., (Taftsville) formerly scythe rnanuf.

Taft Wales A., (Woodstock) r 32, sugar orchard 500 trees, wool grower 80 sheep, and farmer 250.

TALBERT DAN A., (South Woodstock,) r 41 wool grower 55 sheep, sugar orchard 300 trees, and farmer 50.

TAYLOR ORLANDO E., (Woodstock) r 6, drover and dealer in cattle, sheep and horses, and farmer 55.

Temple Lucy, (Woodstock) r 35, (Mrs. Joseph F.) resident.

TEMPLE WILLIAM C., (Woodstock) r 35, farmer 17.

Thomas Arvilla R., (Woodstock) r 29, tailoress.

Thomas Augusta M., (Woodstock) r 29, dressmaking.

Thomas Don E., (Woodstock) r 13, farmer 8.

Thomas Elisha C., (South Woodstock) farmer 12.

THOMAS ELLIOT, (South Woodstock) laborer and farmer 7.

THOMAS ERASTUS E., (Woodstock) r 29, wool grower 50 sheep, sugar orchard 100 trees, and farmer 85.

Thomas Simeon, (Woodstock) r 30, wool grower 125 sheep, sugar orchard 600 trees, and farmer 235.

Thompson Edwin F., (Woodstock) r 15, wool grower 150 sheep, sugar orchard, farmer, and in Bridgewater.

Thompson Eunice Miss, (Woodstock) r 5, resident.

THOMPSON GEORGE E., (Woodstock) r 5, sugar orchard 300 trees, farmer 100, and farm in Bridgewater 60.

Thompson George W., (Woodstock) r 13 1/2, general mechanic.

Thompson Noah, (Woodstock) r 27, farmer 50.

Thompson Sally A., (South Woodstock) r 38, widow of I. Leonard, prop. of wood shop on Brook Kedron.

Thompson Waitstill, (Woodstock) r 5, widow of Ovid, born in n Bridgewater, 1807.

Thompson Weltha, (Woodstock) r 15, widow of Elwin, born in Woodstock, October, 1802.

TOWN CHARLES H., (South Woodstock) farm laborer.

Town Poor Farm, (South Woodstock) r 53, sugar orchard 500 trees, fruit orchard 150 trees, 3 sheep; 5 cows, and 240 acres.

TOWNSEND ALBERT H., (Woodstock) r 6, farmer, with Charles Blossom, and owns in Barnard 200.

Townsend Lorenzo R., (Woodstock) r 35, breeder of Merino sheep, sugar orchard 300 trees, and farmer 60.

Truman Fred, (South Woodstock) prop. of the National Hotel.

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VAUGHAN FRANK T., (Woodstock) r 28, machinist.

*VAUGHAN GEORGE H., (Woodstock) off r 15, breeder and dealer of Spanish Merino sheep 125 head, Jersey cattle, sugar orchard 250 trees, dairy 8 cows, farmer 200, and in Bridgewater 100 pasture land. [Card on page 418.]

VAUGHAN GEORGE O., (Woodstock) r 18, farmer, son of Lothrop.

Vaughan Harvey, (Taftsville, farmer 39.

*VAUGHAN HENRY E., (Woodstock) r 8, breeder of pure blood Merino sheep, reg., present flock about 300, also Chester white swine, dairy 8 cows, and farmer 250. [Card on page 418.]

VAUGHAN LOTHROP, (Woodstock) r 18, sugar orchard 100 trees, and farmer 50.

Vaughan Mary B., (Woodstock) r 15, widow of Hosea.

Vaughan William C., (Woodstock) r 13, farmer 50.

VIEW LEWIS N., (Woodstock) r 25, farmer, son of Oliver View.

VIEW OLIVER, (Woodstock) r 25, sugar orchard, 200 trees, and farmer 53.

VIEW WILL E., (Woodstock) r 28, machinist.

Vondell Henry, (Woodstock) r _, wool grower 54 sheep, and farmer about 170, and pasture 20.

VOSE HIRAM A., (Woodstock) coach driver, employee Geo. E. French, h Center.

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Waite Charles H., (South Woodstock) r 54, farm laborer.

WAIT OTIS H., (South Woodstock) r 58, sugar orchard 100 trees, wool grower 56 sheep, and farmer, leases of N. E. Wood, of New York, 165.

Waldron Ira H., (Woodstock) r 28, general merchandise, employee of Daniels & Co.'s machine shop.

WALKER DAVID T., (Woodstock) r 28, prop. of cider mill, carpenter and joiner, sugar orchard 35 trees, and farmer 40.

WALKER HENRY W., (South Woodstock) r 55, chairman of the executive committee of Green Mountain Perkins Academy, and justice of the peace, breeder of full blood Merino sheep, reg., wool buyer, and farmer 320.

Walker Sophia A., (Woodstock) r 17, resident.

Washburn Benson D., (Woodstock) r 12, with Simeon J., farmer 104.

Washburn Samuel A., (Woodstock) r 27, retired farmer.

Washburn Simeon J., (Woodstock) r 12, farmer, with Benson D. 104.

Washburn Wilbur F., (Woodstock) r 25, sugar orchard 300 trees, and farmer 87.

Weed Joseph, (Taftsville) axe maker.

Weeden George A., (South Woodstock) r 34, carpenter and joiner, and laborer.

Whitcomb Nettie M. Mrs., (Woodstock) r 14 cor 3, farmer.

WHITE CHARLES M., (Woodstock) r 38, wool grower 20 sheep, and farmer 110.

White Edward N., (Bridgewater) r 132, farmer 125.

White Noah, (Bridgewater) r 132, retired farmer, aged 86.

White Samuel, (Woodstock) r 13, formerly carpenter, farmer 2.

Wilder John S., (South Woodstock) r 53, farmer, with his father Sanford L.

WILDER SANFORD L., (South Woodstock) r 53, sugar orchard 300 trees, wool grower 100 sheep, breeder of Morgan horses, and farmer 350.

Wilkins Monford L., (South Woodstock) r 36, farmer, employee of Benjamin Harthorn. 

Wilkins Monford L., (South Woodstock) general merchant.

Winslow Arozina, (Bridgewater) r 44, widow of Warren W., nurse.

Winslow Edwin L., (Woodstock) r 1, carriage maker at George Day's.

Winslow Seneca S., (Woodstock) r 13, sugar orchard 100 trees, and farmer 100, and 200.

Wood Benjamin F., (Woodstock) r 33, farmer 100, worked by D. M. Fisher.

Wood Franklin E., (Woodstock) r 13, sugar orchard 275 trees, and farmer 64.

Wood Henry C., (Bridgewater) r 44, employee of F. S. McKenzie, and farmer 40.

Wood Noah E., (South Woodstock) r 58, farmer 165.

Wood Otis, (South Woodstock) r 58, retired carpenter, joiner and farmer 75, aged 78, has lived continually in his present home 75 years.

Woodard Abner (Woodstock) r 42, laborer.

Woodard Benjamin, (Bridgewater) r 46, employee of F. S. McKenzie.

Woodard Benjamin E., (Bridgewater) r 46, employee of F. S. McKenzie.

Woodard George, (Bridgewater) r 46, laborer, aged 77 years.

WOODWARD PEARL, (Bridgewater) r 45, farmer, leases on shares of Mrs. Sally E. Cory 46.

Woodruff Polly R., (Woodstock) r 28, widow of Samuel.

Wyatt Emeline P., (Woodstock) r 13, widow of Joseph.

Wyman Ashley, (Woodstock) r 28, wool grower, sugar orchard 500 trees, and farmer 125.

Wyman Solomon, (Woodstock) r 28, farmer, with Ashley.

 
 

Gazetteer and Business Directory of 
Windsor County, Vt. For 1883-84 
Compiled and Published by Hamilton Child 
Printed At The Journal Office, Syracuse, N. Y, 1884. 
Pages 572-586.

Transcribed by Karima Allison ~ 2007