is arranged as follows: ~
Name of individual or firm.
Postoffice address in parenthesis.
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.
Business or occupation.
A star (*) placed before a name indicates an advertiser in this work.
placed after the occupation of a farmer indicate the number of acres owned
Names in CAPITALS are those who have kindly given their patronage to the
work, and without whose aid its publication would have been impossible.
names changes and corrections, see Errata.
— 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.
(Post office address is Montpelier,
unless otherwise designated in parenthesis.)
truckman, h 137 Main.
E., clerk, bds. 134 Elm.
r 5, farmer, owns farm in Middlesex.
M. Miss, resident, h 56 Elm.
blacksmith, emp. T. Allard, bds. 140 State.
laborer, h 2 Dudley place.
J., melter, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 13 St. Paul.
J., nickel plater, h 6 School.
C. Mrs., dressmaker, 67 Main, h do.
J., contractor and job teamster, h 36 North.
manuf. of refrigerators, h 59 Barre st.
R., (Wheelock & Dawley) h 3 Berlin st.
J., attorney at law, master in chancery, notary public, and solicitor of
pensions and patents, 50 State, h 21 Terrace.
A., principal Washington County Grammar and Union school, h 24 Vine.
W., stonecutter, h 104 Main.
Juan, prop. saloon, 72 State, h 156 Elm.
K., farm laborer for G. O. Boyce.
F., laborer, h 18 Hubbard.
Francis X., prop. Pavilion House barber shop, h 42 Court.
E., night policeman, h 9 Vine.
laborer, bds. 9 Vine.
gunsmith, h 104 Main.
H., retired merchant, h 93 State.
laborer, h 114 Main.
B. B., merchant tailor, 14 State, h 26 Barre st.
Calaxtie, currier, emp. Pecks & Cummins, h 85 Elm.
Emma, dressmaker, emp. Mrs. H. C. Davis, h 85 Elm.
barber, 24 State, bds. 9 N. Franklin.
laborer, bds. 175 Main.
gardener, h 209 Main.
pres. National Life Insurance Co., and vice-pres. First National Bank of
Montpelier, h 135 State.
Dewey D. &
Son, (Frank D.) dealers in stoves, tin and glassware, kitchen furnishings,
etc., 104 State.
(D. Dewey & Son) h 24 E. Liberty.
vice-pres. and actuary of the National Life Insurance Co., h 116 State.
D., (D. Dewey & Son) h 37 School.
W. Mrs., widow of Simeon, resident, h 40 Arsenal ave.
job teamster and dealer in wood, h 104 E. State.
G., dealer in groceries and country produce, 3 School, h 5 do.
A., widow of William, resident, h 3 First ave.
G., ensign in the U. S. navy, bds. 116 State.
clerk for National Life Insurance Co., bds. 116 State.
T., clerk Vermont Mutual Fire Insurance Co., h 120 State.
G., reporter for Argus and Patriot, h 16 E. State.
A., shoemaker, 51 Main, h 38 do.
W., formerly editor of The Watchman, bds. Pavilion.
mason, h 18 Court.
emp. C. H. Cross & Son, h 3 Fisher place.
A., r 5, laborer.
E., carpenter, emp. George Gurnsey, h 202 Main.
E., r 1, carpenter and farmer 13.
B., custom shoemaker, 107 Main, h do.
B., widow of Theodore A., resident, h 18 Spring.
r 1, 5 cows, farmer 60, and in Middlesex 100.
painter, h 93 E. State.
r 5, laborer.
horse trainer, bds. 107 Main.
P., blacksmith, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 197 Main.
E., lawyer, h 9 Court.
Miss, dressmaker, h 9 Court.
P., broker, loans negotiated on personal property, dealer in organs, sewing
machines and general supplies, 59 Main, h 188 do.
fireman C. V. R. R., h 7 Main.
laborer, h 56 Main.
H., farm laborer.
G., town liquor agent, and dealer in groceries and fruit, also prop. livery
stable, rear of French block, 48 Main, bds. do.
J., r 1, manuf. of shingles.
W., agent American Express Co., and local manager Western Union Telegraph
Co., C. V. R. R. depot, h 6 Winter.
C., house and carriage painter, glazier and paper hanger, 25 Elm, h 12
DUDLEY D. WILLARD,
deputy sheriff and jailor, prop. livery, feed and boarding stable, E. State,
h jail building, 20 Elm.
Duke Levi G.,
emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 184 Main.
emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 127 Elm.
widow of Joseph, resident, 3 Court.
C., carpenter and joiner, bds. 32 School.
Jennie Mrs., resident, h 204 Main.
W., laborer, h 30 Elm.
Durant J. M.,
widow of Luther L., h 194 Main.
manager Capital Granite Co., bds. Montpelier House.
granite cutter, emp. Merrill Russell, h Northfield st., Berlin.
G., book-keeper First National Bank of Montpelier, bds. 4 Charles.
C., 23 cows, farmer 275, h 5 Terrace.
L., cashier First National Bank of Montpelier, h 6 Barre st.
F., stewart Vermont Methodist seminary boarding-house, h 9 Arsenal ave.
W., fireman, h 13 First ave.
H., law student with S. C. Shurtleff, bds. 32 Main.
(Edwards & White) h 1 Guernsey ave.
White (Thomas E.) manufs. of and dealers in granite, 79 Barre.
M. Mrs., resident, h 121 Elm.
W., retired merchant, director First National Bank of Montpelier and Vermont
Mutual Fire Insurance Co., owns and rents 3 farms of 550 acres, h 22 Barre
L , widow, bds. 151 Main.
tinsmith, 5 Kinsman place.
B., clerk for his father, John C , bds. 20 Elm.
Mrs., matron South boarding-house, Vermont Methodist seminary, h 5 Arsenal.
C., dealer in carpets, wall paper, crockery, china, glassware, lamps and
chandeliers, 48 State, h 15 Spring. (Died December 27, 1888.]'
W., clerk for his father, John C., h 15 Spring.
truckman, h 41 Court.
teamster, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 199 Main.
Jr., teamster, owns h and lot.
Remedy Co., (G. H. Smiley and F. H. Whitney, of Worcester) props. and manufs.
of the great English pile remedy, 29 State.
A., tanner, emp. Pecks & Cummins, h 9 Cummins.
G., hair-dresser, bds. 24 Elm.
E., clerk, emp. C. B. Roberts, h 24 Elm.
Evans W. Austin,
painter, h 1 West.
Miss, dressmaker, 14 French block, 38 S. Main.
mason, bds. 9 Court.
stone mason and farmer 10 h 4 North.
Jr., stone mason, h 32 North.
laborer, h 4 North.
Fales H. Marshall,
dealer in glassware and notions, 19 State, h 11 do.
J., painter, bds. 2 Cross.
D., dealer in ready-made clothing, hats caps, furs, gents' furnishing goods,
trunks and bags, 75 Main cor. E. State, h 10 Liberty.
G., station agent M. & W. R. R. R., dealer in wood and baled hay, h
stonecutter, 61 Barre st.
G., (Heath & Fay) lawyer, h 61 Barre st.
E., clerk in saloon, h 34 Barre st.
M., silver plater, emp. Johnson & Colton, h 24 S. Main.
widow, resides with Mrs. N. S. Sprague, 14 Barre st.
W., treas. Montpelier Savings Bank and Trust Co., 26 Summer.
H., dealer in groceries and meats, 89 Main, h 20 Vine.
G., retired lawyer, pres. Union Mutual Fire Insurance Co., and trustee
Montpelier Savings Bank and Trust Co., h 26 Summer.
Ferris J. Arthur,
stonecutter and farmer.
Mrs., owns farm.
C., master mechanic, emp. M. & W. R. R. R., h 4 Putnam.
Field Dan G.,
manager billiard room Pavilion Hotel, h 32 E. State.
barber, bds. 17 Court.
F., att'y at law, 3 Union block, h 118 State.
W., stone polisher, h 8 Putnam.
E., farmer, agent for his father, Orange, bds. Montpelier House.
retired dealer in live stock, and merchant, owns several farms in Orange,
Orange Co., h 10 State.
resides 107 State.
C., r 3, 10 cows, 200 sugar trees, and farmer 90.
domestic 27 School.
BANK OF MONTPELIER, capital $250,000; surplus $50,000; John A. Page, pres.;
Fred L. Eaton, cashier; 41 State.
retired manuf., h 21 Loomis.
Fisher O. Merrill
commercial traveler, h 11 State.
carpenter, h 7 Franklin.
Fisk Amy B.
Miss, Kindergartner and preparatory trainer of teachers, 149 Main, h 17
C., (Misses Fisk) h 17 Hubbard.
Fisk Mary E.,
(Misses Fisk) h 17 Hubbard.
(Mary E. and Hattie C.) milliners and dealers in fancy goods, 27 State.
George, laborer, h 14 Spring.
Thomas, laborer, bds. 13 Franklin.
William, laborer, h 13 Franklin.
P., commercial traveler, emp. Hiram Whittington, of Boston, h 30 E. Liberty.
A., widow of Alpheus, h 27 Court.
laborer, h 140 State.
P., dentist, 12 State, h 98 Elm.
Fort Emma Miss,
dressmaker, 9 Summer, bds. do.
O., molder, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 2 Cross cor. Franklin.
civil engineer and supt. Montpelier village water works, 58 Main, bds.
18 Barre st.
W., brakeman, h 15 Court.
D., machinist, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 176 Main.
W., carpenter and joiner, h 46 Main.
L., widow of Stephen, h 8 Loomis.
F., carpenter, and owns real estate, bds. 30 Ridge.
G. Mrs., resident, bds. 120 State.
baker, emp. C. H. Cross & Son, h 69 Elm.
W., porter, emp. Pavilion Hotel, bds. do.
W., traveling salesman, h 19 Arsenal ave.
G. Mrs., prop. Hillside boarding-house with Nancy R. Loughrey, 9 Court.
H., (D. L. Fuller & Son) quartermaster of Vermont state militia, h
FULLER D. L.
& SON, (Charles H.) wholesale and retail dealers in hard ware, cordage,
glass, paints, doors, sash, blinds, agricultural implements, and fertilizers,
Main cor. E. State.
L., (D. L. Fuller & Son) manuf. of the Sanborn churn and butter worker,
h 150 Main.
E., molder, 3 School.
prop. boarding-house, 18 Barre st.
K., general agent Vermont Mutual Fire Insurance Co., bds. 18 Barre st.
W., painter, bds. 9 Court.
laborer, h 30 Elm.
painter, h 9 Franklin. ,
carriage painter, emp. D. A. Guptil & Co., h 196 Main.
J., (Acme Watch Key Co.) h 19 Barre st.
B., farmer and manager for C. T. Sabin.
Gambol M. A.
Miss, seamstress, bds. 14 First ave.
cook Montpelier House, bds. do.
farm 12, and engineer Pavilion House, h rear do.
mason, h 6 Jay.
harnessmaker, emp. C. C. Pierce, bds. 28 E. State.
fish dealer, 23 Main, h 57 do.
r 1, widow of Rufus L., owns h and lot.
A., stonecutter, bds. 5 St. Paul.
blacksmith, emp. in Barre, h 13 St. Paul.
E., r 5, retired farmer.
tin peddler, 38 North.
H., r 5, nickel plater and farmer, leases of Clark Alexander.
W., dentist, h 85 E. State.
H., horse trainer for the turf, h 70 Barre st.
F., portrait and landscape painter, studio Union block, bds. 128 State.
D., historian and retired business man, h 1 Baldwin. [Died Jan. 5, 1889.]
sawyer, emp. E. E. Graham, 6 Cayhue place.
laborer, h 17 St. Paul.
G., barber, emp. Oghtney Jangraw, bds. 28 Elm cor. Court.
manuf. of moldings, dealer in rough and dressed lumber, Berlin st., h 27
J., lawyer, treas. American Investment Co., of Boston, owns Riverside,
128 State, bds. do.
C., (L. P. Gleason & Co.) (Gleason & Co.) bds. 128 State.
P. & CO., (Herbert C. Gleason) dealers in dry and fancy goods, 27 and
P., (L. P. Gleason & Co.) (Gleason & Co.) h 12 Barre st.
CO., (Louis P. and Herbert C. Gleason) undertakers, manufs. and dealers
in all kinds of furniture, E. State cor. Main.
stonecutter, bds. 59 Barre st.
saloon keeper, Main, h 31 Court.
Miss, dressmaker and milliner, bds 31 Court.
section hand, h 5 North.
molder, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 1 Vine.
F., section boss C. V. R. R., h 26 Court.
J. Mrs., dressmaker, h 21 St. Paul.
J., saloon keeper, 3 Main, h 21 St. Paul.
widow of Dr. Thomas, h 57 Main.
J. Eli, clerk in postofhce, h 98 Elm.
Louis, stone mason, h 179 Main.
W., carpenter, contractor and builder, h 18 Winter.
widow of Major S., h 21 First ave.
S., carpenter, bds. 11 First ave.
R., printer, h 21 First ave.
W., carpenter and joiner, h 11 First ave.
hostler, emp. Truman R., bds. 32 Main.
r 1, machinist, emp. M. Wright & Son.
Gordon J. William,
bridge builder, emp. B. & L. R. R., h 8 Ridge.
R., attorney at law, master in chancery, prop. livery and boarding stable,
Willard block, cor. Main and E. State, bds 32 Main.
C., stonecutter, bds. 132 Main.
W., painter, bds. 9 Court.
M., carpenter, bds. 68 E. State.
widow of John E., h 26 Bailey ave.
r 1, laborer.
carpenter and joiner, resides Wright's Mills.
carpenter and joiner, resides Wright's Mills.
W., truckman and wood dealer, h 26 Bailey ave.
F., butcher, resides Wright's Mills.
N., molder, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., 16 Winter.
E., manuf., shipper and dealer in all kinds of northern lumber, handles
5,000,000 or 6,000,000 feet annually, 41 Hubbard cor. Liberty, h do.
Miss, stenographer for her father, Edmund E.
E., manuf. of chair stock and house furnishing goods, bds. 41r Hubbard
Nellie A. Miss, dressmaker, emp. Mrs. H. C. Davis, bds. 61 Elm.
B., blacksmith, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 3 Fuller cor. Liberty.
stone mason, h 25 St. Paul.
silver plater, emp. Johnson & Colton, bds. 39 Court.
widow of John, h 43 Court.
K., off r 3, breeder of fine horses, Auctioneer stock, arid farmer, leases
of James Ward, of Barre, 18.
R., r 3, retired farmer, aged 79, born in town.
Gray Fred L.,
painter, h 2 Barre st.
Gray Ira R.,
farm laborer, emp. C. T. Sabin.
E., printer, bds. 2 Barre st.
E., machinist, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., bds. 132 Main.
A., r 1, blacksmith.
B., clerk for L. P. Gleason & Co., bds. 2 Spring.
H., teamster, emp. D. L. Fuller & Son, h 175 Main.
H., drug clerk, h 17 State.
retired farmer, h 75 Elm.
J., clerk for A. J. Howe, bds 32 Main.
E., breeder of full blood Jersey cattle, 31 cows, farmer, leases of Col.
E. P. Jewett 200.
G., justice of the peace and farmer, leases of E. P. Jewett.
W., foreman Lane Mfg. Co., h 35 Loomis.
M., supt. Lane Mfg. Co's shops, h 13 Vine.
S., pensioner, h 53 Main.
GUPTIL D. A.
& CO., (L. Bart Cross) props. of the Golden Fleece, Main.
A., (D. A. Guptil & Co.) dealer in carriages and sleighs, and carriage
and sign painting, 2 Hazen place, off Main, h 34 E. State.
V. Miss, resident, h 50 E. State.
H., architect, contractor and builder, 68 E. State, h do.
A. Miss, artist and teacher of oil painting, resides 68 E. State.
widow of Madison C., 18 Cross.
laborer, h 3 Kinsman place.
C., molder, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., bds. 40 E. Liberty.
M., r 7, 100 sugar trees, 30 cows, 5 horses, 1 pair fine oxen, 13 head
young cattle, farmer 200, and farm in Berlin 90.
Hale John Emery,
r 5, farmer 73, in Worcester 160, in Berlin 50, in Middlesex 100 and pasture
shoemaker, rear 124 Main, h do.
M., upholsterer, emp. S. S. Towner & Son, h 45 Court.
J., carpenter, h 3 Charles.
F., stonecutter, bds. 6 Charles.
F., printer, foreman Watchman job office, bds. 49 Elm.
machinist, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 79 Elm.
, machinist, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 6 Mechanic.
stone mason, bds. 5 Swazey place.
S., widow of Robert, h 30 Court.
J., receiving and forwarding clerk C. V. R. R., h 15 Court.
C., photographer, 21 State, h 36 E. Liberty.
E., book-keeper for E. W. Bailey & Co., bds. 80 State.
W., r 5, tanner, emp. Pecks & Cummins.
carpenter, h 41 Loomis.
widow of Curtis, aged 85, h 41 Loomis.
laborer, h 41 Loomis.
Katie E., dressmaker, bds. 29 Court.
D., machinist, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., bds. 2 Spring.
G., emp. H. M. Whitcomb bds. 49 E. State.
P., silver plater, emp. Johnson & Colton, h 17 First ave.
widow of William, aged 80, h 101 E. State.
W., laborer, h 6 Whittier.
stone polisher, bds. 2 Court.
K., painter, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 14 Vine.
sawyer, emp. E. E. Graham, h 18 Hubbard.
Hatch J. Mrs.,
nurse, h 2 Barre st.
A., widow of Gardner D., dressmaker, h 33 Court.
H., carpenter, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 27 Court.
blacksmith, emp. T. Allard, bds. 144 Elm.
C., r 5, stationary engineer, emp. W. H. Lombard.
P., gardener, h 5 Taplin place.
A., clerk, emp. C. H. Cross & Son, bds. 32 Main.
R., baggage master C. V. R. R, depot, h 43 Barre st.
C., pastor Universalist church of East Montpelier, h 89 E. State.
Hays Fred A.,
stonecutter, bds. 64 Barre st.'
A., professional nurse and prop. boarding-house, 4 Loomis.
H., (Heath & Fay) lawyer, notary public, trustee of the state library,
Main, h 49 Barre st.
J., farm laborer, bds. Middlesex road.
Fay, (Charles H. H. and Allard G. F.) lawyers, 56 Main.
H., selectman, clerk for Homer W., h 143 State.
W., lawyer, pres. Montpelier Savings Bank and Trust Co., farm 200, also
owns and leases several farms, 12 State, h 143 do.
S., resides 143 State.
stonecutter, bds. 59 Barre st. '
H., book-keeper, emp. D. L. Fuller & Son, h 12 Liberty.
P. Mrs., prop. boarding-house, 5 St. Paul.
F. Rev., rector of Christ church (Episcopal) and town Supt. of schools,
rectory 64 State.
HILL JOHN W.,
r 7, 8 cows, farmer; manages farm for Homer W. Heaton 185.
professor in Methodist seminary, h 11 Arsenal ave.
House, Mrs. Jennie G. Frost and Nancy R. Loughrey, props., 9 Court.
H., justice of the peace, insurance agent and trustee Vermont Methodist
seminary and Female college, h 45 Arsenal ave.
messenger, emp. Montpelier National bank, h 37 School.
E., law student with Heath & Fay; bds. 32 Main.
postal clerk on M. & W. R. R. R., h, 20 Summer cor. Winter.
B, teacher, bds. 16 North.
C., clerk for L. P. Gleason & Co., bds. Hotel Kempton.
C., butcher, arid dealer in fresh and salt meats, poultry and vegetables,
108 Main, h 16 North.
Holmes P. A.,
widow of Edwin C., bds. 8 Elm.
laborer, h 30 Terrace.
F., laborer, h 26 E. State.
P., ornamental painter, emp. Montpelier Carriage Co., h 38 S. r Main.
W., laborer, bds 30 Terrace.
Mrs., h 104 Main.
E., teamster, emp. E. W. Bailey & Co., bds. 94 Main.
D., retired express agent, h 5 Baldwin.
D., Jr., associated press reporter, bds. 5 Baldwin.
C., carpenter, contractor and builder, h Hopkins block, Spring.
butcher, and dealer in all kinds of fresh and salt meats, and vegetables,
126 Main, h 47 E. State.
clerk for A. J. Howe, bds. 110 Elm.
Horace W. Kempton, prop., 58 State.
C., treas. National Life Insurance Co., h 29 Barre st.
M., teacher, bds. 35 School.
S., machinist, emp. Charles Sabin, h 38 S. Main.
R., stonecutter, bds. 39 Barre st.
J., dealer in dry goods, 22 State, h 11 Loomis.
L., station agent C. V. R. R. for 30 consecutive years, h 7 Baldwin.
Hon., resident, h 8 Elm.
M., r 12 carpenter and joiner, farmer 5.
B., stonecutter, h 18 Cross.
carpenter and builder, h 14 Ridge.
compositor, bds. 14 Ridge.
farmer, h 84 Barre st.
retired merchant, prop. water works, dealer in village lots, farmer 100,
12 Union block, h I56 Main.
S., retired blacksmith, bds. 1 Fuller.
S., bds. Montpelier House.
E., prop. Hubbard water works, manager for his father, Erastus, in sale
of real estate, building lots, houses, and renting tenements, Union block,
26 State, h 156 Main.
E., farmer, h 84 Barre st.
J., horse trader and laborer, h 7 Cemetery.
E., dental surgeon, room 6 Union block, State, h 2 Spring.
H., prop. livery, sale and boarding stable, dealer in horses clapboards,
eave-troughs, and lumber, owns 5 tenement houses, 189 Main, h do.
Albert W., baggage master M. & W. R. R. R., h 10 Main.
Florence, widow of Charles, dressmaker, Clogston block, .h 15 St. Paul.
Lewis B., (Huntington & Son) h 35 School.
Wilder P., (Huntington & Son) h 5 State.
& Son, (Lewis B. and Wilder F.) props. of an eating house, and dealers
in fruit, cigars and confectionery, 5 and 7 State.
compositor Watchman office, 65 Elm.
A. HON., (Pitkin & Huse) state librarian and justice of the peace,
h 3 Baldwin.
E., clerk, bds. 5 St. Paul.
F., carpenter and builder, h 66 Barre st.
Rufus M., retired, resides with W. E. Adams, 62 State.
D., wholesale and retail dealer in flour, lime, cement, iron, steel, nails
and blacksmiths’ supplies, 11 and 13 Main, h 23 Loomis.
IRISH ED. M.,
overseer of the poor, Montpelier House.
clerk Montpelier House, bds. do.
C., r 5, farm laborer.
confectioner, h 17 E. State.
J., laborer, bds. 8 Park ave.
laborer, h 6 School.
dealer in choice family groceries, West India goods, tobacco and cigars,
116 Main, h do.
blacksmith, h 7 Cross.
barber, 36 State, h 32 Loomis.
W., molder, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 211 Main.
molder, h 14 North.
laborer, h 42 Court.
laborer, h Court.
P. COL., business man and farmer, aged 87, h 157 State.
P., (Johnson & Colton) h 1 Park ave.
P., printer, emp. Union Card Co., h 4 School.
laborer, h 219 Main.
COLTON, (Edward P. J. and Henry C. C.) gold, silver, nickel and brass platers,
manufs. of and wholesale dealers in saddlery hardware, employ 30 hands,
Miss, resides 106 Elm.
& F., (Fred, of Burlington) manufs. of and dealers in leather, n M.
& W. R. R. R. depot.
(A. & F. Johonnott) h 18 Loomis.
P., clerk for A. & F., h 18 Loomis.
K., r 1 pensioner of the late war, aged 84.
widow of James, h 9 Bailey ave.
E. MRS., stamping and dealer in stamping outfits, h 16 Barre st.
D., farm laborer, h Branch road.
F., clerk for G. W. Wing, bds. 145 State.
E., printer, bds. 9 Bailey ave.
locomotive engineer, bds. 42 E. State.
C., stonecutter, bds. 6 Witt place.
nickel plater, bds. 104 Main.
ARTHUR, printer, h 16 Barre St.
W., grower of small fruit and farmer 12, h 45 Terrace.
Of Washington County, Vt. 1783-1899,
and Published by Hamilton Child,
By William Adams.
Journal Company, Printers and Binders.
N. Y.; April, 1889.
by Karima Allison, 2003