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.
(Postoffice address is Plainfield,
unless otherwise designated in parenthesis.)
Alvord Lucella Mrs., resides with
Bailey Joseph E. laborer, h School.
BALDWIN LEVI C., r 39, sawyer and
Bancroft Charles, r 6, 18 head cattle,
600 sugar trees, farmer 135.
Bancroft Charlie; r 15, laborer.
Bancroft Horace H., r 10, 18 head
cattle, 900 sugar trees, farmer 100.
Bancroft, Willard, r 6, farmer with
Bartlett Chauncy, retired farmer,
h and 10 acres.
BARTLETT EDWARD J., r 19, 1st selectman,
27 head cattle, 15 sheep, 7 horses, 1,000 sugar trees, farmer 110, acid
in Marshfield pasture land 110.
Bartlett Henry F., r 29, 60 sheep,
350 sugar trees, farmer for Ira Stone.
BARTLETT JOSEPH, r 31 1/2, 10 grade
Devon and Durham cows, 13 head other cattle, 140 sheep; 800 sugar trees,
BARTLETT SOLOMON, r 19, 10 grade
Jersey cows, 11 head young cattle, 800 sugar trees, farmerr 114
Bartlett Thomas P., constable and
collector, owns h and 3 acres.
BARTLETT TRUMAN H., r 12, breeder
of horses, 20 grade Jersey cows, 1,000 sugar trees, farmer 150.
Bartlett Wilbur E., farmer and horse
trainer, h Water.
Bartlett William C., farmer 7, aged
BATCHELDER A. J. & BROTHERS,
(Alpheus J., L. Cheney and Erastus) marketmen, and dealers in fresh and
salt meats of all kinds, hides, pelts, etc., Main.
Batchelder Aldro A., r 26, 22 head
cattle, 400 sugar trees, farmer 85, and in Orange, Orange Co., pasture
BATCHELDER ALONZO M., r 26,14 sheep,
550 sugar trees, farmer 60.
BATCHELDER ALPHEUS J., (A. J. Batchelder
& Brothers) butcher and meat dealer, h Main.
BATCHELDER ARCH M., (J. M. Batchelder
& Son) h Main.
Batchelder Augustus N., r 30, 34
head cattle, 700 sugar trees, farmer 300.
Batchelder Daniel, r 11I, 250 sugar
trees, farmer 75; aged 70.
Batchelder E. Bridgman, r 10, 15
head cattle, 400 sugar trees, farmer 140.
Batchelder E. Jerusha, resides with
BATCHELDER ERASTUS, (A. J. Batchelder
& Brothers) r 34, 7 cows, 17 head young stock, 600 sugar trees, farmer
100, wood and pasture land 202, owns tenement in Plainfield village.
Batchelder Eugenia R., widow of Lee
I., dressmaker, Main.
Batchelder Florence Miss, (Barre)
r 24, housekeeper for Jay M.
BATCHELDER FRANK F., (Plainfield
or Barre) r 22 cor. 10, 18 grade Jersey cows, farmer 150.
Batchelder Henry W., r 25 cor. 27
head cattle, 400 sugar trees, farmer 74. '
Batchelder Ira carpenter and builder,
BATCHELDER J. M. & SON, (Arch
M.) manufs. of and dealers in chair stock, hard and soft wood lumber, shingles,
and children's carriage stock, and groceries, Main.
BATCHELDER JAMES M., (J. M. Batchelder
& Son) prop. village water works, h. Main.
BATCHELDER JAY M., (Barre) r 24,
(O. B. & J. M. Batchelder, of Barre) contractor and farmer.
BATCHELDER L. CHENEY, (Plainfield
or Barre) r 22 cor. 24, (A. J. Batchelder & Brothers) resides with
Batchelder Orrin C., off r 12, 24,
head cattle, 450 sugar trees, farmer 75.
BATCHELDER SEWELL A., contractor
BATCHELDER WHEELER J., (Batchelder
& Foss) h and lot.
BATCHELDER & FOSS, (Wheeler J.
B. and John A. F.) dealers in dry goods, groceries, hardware, paints, oils
and varnishes, and agents for White sewing machine.
Bemis Clinton D., r 33, farmer 100.
Bemis Seneca S., off r 33, 250 sugar
trees, farmer 60.
Benjamin Buzzell B., r 35, farmer
Benjamin Joseph S., r 35, farmer
Bill Joel, resident, served in the
late war two years.
Bolles George W., engineer, h and
Bruffee Fred H., blacksmith, horseshoes
and jobber, h Water.
Camp Henry W., r 32, prop. hay press,
8 head cattle, 700 sugar trees, farmer 160.
CHAMBERLAIN BERTHA E. Miss, r 34,
teacher of music and school teacher, bds. with with Jeremy S.
Chamberlain Jeremy S., r 34, 10 grade
Jersey cows, 500 sugar trees, farmer 110.
Chamberlain Polly N. Mrs., resident,
Chase Myra A. Mrs., r 37, resident.
Clark Edna H., resident.
Clark Jane H., resident.
CLARK NATHANIEL M., r 20, 18 cows,
7 head young cattle, 1,000 sugar trees; farmer 170, and in E. Montpelier
COLBY, EDWARD J., r 11, 10 grade
Jersey cows, 8 head young cattle, 600 sugar trees, farmer 80.
Colby Eunice, r 32, widow of Moses,
resides with H. W. Camp.
Colby Frederick L., r 38, farmer
COLBY MOSES, .r 38, 8 cows, 5 head
young cattle, 500 sugar trees, farmer 110.
Cole George W., r 34, 8 head cattle,
farmer, leases of A. Martin 128.
Comstock Charles E., r 26, 6 cows,
200 sugar trees, farmer 80.
CorIiss Susan Mrs., resides with
J. H. Martin, aged 88.
Cree Eugene C., farmer, h High.
Cree Orrin W., r 4, farmer in Marshfield
Cree Samuel, r 4, farmer 7, aged
CUTLER HERMAN E., representative,
1st selectman, prop. Plainfield, grist-mill wholesale and retail dealer
in flour, meal, feed, grain and grass seed, farmer 6, Main; h do.
Cutting Harrison C., station agent
M. & W. R. R. R.
DEWEY H. H. & CO., dealers in
dry goods, groceries, clothing, boots and shoes, hardware, paints, oils
and crockery, Main.
DEWEY HERMAN H., (H. H. Dewey &
Co.) resides in Marshfield, h School.
DIX ORVILLE W., r 20, 12 cows, 15
head young cattle, 11 sheep, 500 sugar trees, farmer 158.
Douglass ;Arthur J:, carriagemaker.
and repairer, Water, h Masonic.
DOW LESTER K., (Hoyt 8r Dow) bds.
with A. J. Batchelder, served in Co. B, 13th Vt. Vols.
Downing Lucius A., r 4o, 12 cows,
2,000 sugar trees, farmer 250.
Duke Edward V., r 3, carpenter and
DWINELL FRANK A., pres. of The Farmers'
Trust Co., of Fargo, Dakota, with eastern office in Union block, Montpelier,
Emerson Andrew, shoemaker, aged 68,
Main, h do.
Everett, Julia A., r 36, resides
with Ervin Nye, aged 82.
Farnsworth Charles H. Rev., pastor
.M. E. church, parsonage High.
Fitzgerald Edmond, r 4, section foreman
M. & W. R. R. R., h and 8 acres.
Fitzgerald Frank, section hand M.
& W. R. R. R., bds, with Edmond.
Fortney LeRoy F., Universalist clergyman.
FOSS ADDISON E., r 27, school teacher,
40 head, cattle, 1,000 sugar trees, owns with Mrs. Judith M. farm. 150.
Foss, John A., (Batchelder &
Foss Judith M. Mrs., r 27, owns with
Addison E. farm. 150.
Foster Abigail Mrs., resident, aged
Foster Clark J., laborer.
Fowler John W., r 3, blacksmith and
Frederiksen Hans, laborer.
FREEMAN EDMUND, r 28, 15 head cattle,
1,000 sugar trees, farmer 100; lives on farm settled and cleared by his
father in 1792.
Freeman Will F., r 28, farmer with
GALE BURTON, farmer with Sullivan
Gale Laura Miss teacher, bds. with
GALE SULLIVAN B., retired tanner,
and farmer about 100.
Gallup Alanson, r 20, resides with
Hoyt R., aged 78.
Gallup Aurilla, r 28, housekeeper
for Willard Harris.
Gallup Hoyt R., r 20, 15 head cattle,
500 sugar trees, farmer 110.
GIBSON THOMAS R., r 14, 15 head cattle,
1,000 sugar trees, farmer 70, served in Co. I, 1st Vt. Cav., 2 years, and
was several times wounded; at battle of Cedar Creek one limb was shattered
by a shell which passed through his horse and killed the man next to him.
Gladding Elias K., farmer 3, aged
Glidden Clarence E., presses and
deals in hay, h Masonic.
Glidden Orville C., r 12, farmer.
Gove Natt B., contractor, builder
and jobber, rear of postoffice.
GRAY WESLEY A., r 8, 15 head cattle,
4 horses, 100 sugar trees, farmer 100, and in "The Gore" wood and pasture
GREELEY AMBROSE N., stone mason,
Greeley Gertrude L., teacher, bds.
with Ambrose N.
Gunnison Arouet, resident, owns on
r 30 farm 160.
Hamblet Edward J., r 32, 500 sugar
trees, farmer 40, served in the regular army 4 years.
Hamel Moses, sawyer.
HAMEL NELSON, prop. livery and feed
stable, restaurant, grocery, and pool room, Main.
Hancock Ruby Mrs., resident.
Harris John C., sawyer, h and lot.
Harris Willard, r 28, retired farmer.
Heath Martha C. Mrs., off r 4, farm
Hilton Ida L., r 10, lives with John
Hilton John D., r 10, farmer 20.
HOOKER JAMES H., r 4, 12 cows, 600
sugar trees, farmer 123.
Hooker Lorenzo K., r 23, 22 cows,
15 head young cattle, 2,000 sugar trees, farmer, leases with stock of Nathan
HOYT EUGENE C., (O. L. & E. C.
Hoyt) pension agent and notary public, h High.
Hoyt Franklin G., (Hoyt & Dow)
HOYT O. L. & E. C., attorneys
at law, and fire insurance agents, Main.
HOYT ORMAN L., (O. L. & E. C.
Hoyt) notary public, h High.
HOYT & DOW, (Franklin G. H. and
Lester K. D.) house, carriage and sign painters, paper hangers and glaziers.
Huntoon George R., r 5, 16 head cattle,
500 sugar trees, farmer 80.
Huntoon William B., r 4, 26 grade
Jersey cows, 15 head young cattle, 1,000 sugar trees, farmer 174.
Hurlburt Joseph S., r 32 1/2, farmer
Hutchins Edwin T., r 30, 25 head
cattle, 1,000 sugar trees, farmer, leases of A. Gunnison 160.
Hutchins Leonard E., r 3, laborer.
Keith Almon, teamster, h High.
Kellogg Clement P., r 31, 10 cows,
350 sugar trees, farmer 40.
Keniston Henry A., laborer.
Keniston Lucy J., resident, h School.
Kidder George D., postmaster, and
dealer in butter, cheese, eggs, maple sugar, and potatoes, h Main.
Kidder Mary, widow of Ezra, resident.
KINNEY FRED P., farmer with Mrs.
Kinney J. Royal, farmer with Mrs.
Kinney Mahala P., off r 29, widow
of Charles H., 12 pure blood and grade Jersey cows, 1,000 sugar trees,
Kinney Newcomb, off r 14, farmer
Kinney W. Henry, resident, h Main.
KISER HARVEY O., blacksmith, served
2 1/2 years in Co. A, 8th Vt. Inf.
Knapp Lucius L., blacksmith, h and
Ladd Jacob P., r 37, 60 head stock,
300 sugar trees, farmer 100.
Ladd Melissa I., (Mrs. Jacob P.)
owns pasturage and woodland 75.
Ladd Merton D., r 37, student, lives
with Jacob P.
Laird H. S. & Son (Plainfield)
(Harry L.) props. steam saw and planing-mill, manufs. of chair stock, and
dealers in hard and soft wood lumber, in Harris Gore.
Laird Harry L., (Plainfield) (H.
S. Laird & Son) in Harris Gore.
LAIRD HENRY S., (H. S. Laird &
Son). See MARSHFIELD.
Lamberton Arthur L., r 33, farmer,
leases of Clinton Bemis 100.
Lamberton Wesley, r 35, 6 head cattle,
450 sugar trees, farmer 85.
Lampson Daniel F., resident, bds.
with N. E. Shorey.
Lane Arthur N., board sawyer, h Main.
Lane Herbert E., r 14, cor. 4, farmer
Lane Joseph, r 14, foreman for Lane
Brothers, of Lanesboro, 600 sugar trees, farmer 200.
LAZELLE WILLIAM F., M. D., physician
and surgeon, Main, h do.
Leavitt George C., stationary engineer,
Leazer Buzzell C., teamster, h High.
Lombard Charles C., job teamster,
h and lot.
Lombard Nathaniel C., cabinet-maker,
Lombard Viola S., dressmaker, High.
Lunge Lewis W., mill man and owns
40 acres of land.
LUPIEN LEWIS, farmer 13, served in
Co. D, 2d Vt. Vols., and Co. K, 1st Vt. Cav., 3 years.
Mack Alvira L., r 4, resident, h
and lot, and on r 32 h and 4 acres.
Mansfield John, carpenter, h Water.
MARSH BURRIDGE D., r 6, farmer 11.
Marsh Willie D., r 6, agent and farmer,
with Burridge D.
Marshall Dudley N., r 15, 400 sugar
trees, farmer 90.
Martin Albe F., r 33, 16 head cattle,
600 sugar trees, farmer 300.
Martin James H., house painter, aged
70, h School.
Martin K. Alice, r 2, school teacher,
bds. with Willard S.
Martin Lee, r 14, farmer 65.
MARTIN WILLARD S. Hon., r 2 cor.
1, 18 Durham cows, 60 head other cattle, 31 sheep, 500 sugar trees, farmer
290, in E. Montpelier pasture land 50, and in Marshfield pasture and woodland
Maxfield Edwin B., laborer, h School.
McCRILLIS C. EDWARD, dealer in Metcalf's
fire-proof paint, agent Connecticut Life Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn.,
owns in Hardwick, Caledonia Co., farm 108, h Main.
McCrillis Erasmus D., r 34, agent
Merrill Ira, r 35, farmer 3.
Moore Belle E., r 33, teacher, bds.
with Lyman M.
Moore Henry R., farmer 5.
Moore Hiram G., r 17, 20 head cattle,
Moore Lyman M., r 33, 400 sugar trees,
Moore Theron, r 33, farmer with Lyman
Morse Charles, r 15, farmer 30.
Morse Nelson, miller, h Water.
Moses Daniel W., watchmaker and jeweler,
and dealer in watches, clocks, and jewelry, Main, h High.
Norcross Duron J., off r 14, 23 head
cattle, 500 sugar trees, farmer 115.
NUTTING GEORGE F., prop. Plainfield
House, and livery, feed and sale stable, free carriage to all trains, and
telephone connection, leases of A. C. Slayton.
Nye Archie K., laborer.
Nye Edward E., r 36, farmer with
NYE ERVIN, r 36, farmer 22, served
in Co. A, 4th Vt. Vols.
Nye William H., r 11, farmer for
H. A. Skinner.
Page Arthur J., r 32 1/2, farmer
with Seth F.
PAGE BUSHROD P., r 32 1/2, farmer
with Seth F.
PAGE DAN I., r 11, 12 pure blood
and grade Jersey cows, 10 head young, cattle, 500 sugar trees, farmer 100.
Page Edwin W., blacksmith with Walter
Page Emma R, resides with Ira F.
Page Hannah M., resides with F. Perrin.
PAGE IRA F., retired merchant, aged
72, h and lot.
Page Josie M., resides with Ira F.
Page Mary E., r 13, housekeeper for
Page Nathaniel C. r 13, retired harnessmaker,
farmer 75, aged 70.
Paga Seth F., r 32 1/2, 9 cows, 500
sugar trees, farmer 93.
PAGE WALTER B., blacksmith and jobber,
Palmer Nahum, tinsmith, bds. Main.
PARKER ANDREW, r 13, 6 head cattle,
mason and farmer 85.
Parker Charlie L., r 13, lives with
Parker Mary E., r 13, lives with
Parks Charles B.; band sawyer, h
PARKS CON P., laborer, h School.
PARKS H. ALWIN, lumber marker, bds.
with Con P.
PARKS HARRY S., band sawyer, bds.
with Con P.
Pearsons John L., r 32, resident,
PEARSONS LEROY J., r 32, carpenter
Pearsons Mary E., r 32, farm 18.
Perkins David. r 37, lister, 10 head
cattle, 500 sugar trees, farmer 100.
Perkins Dolly K., r 37, resident,
Perkins Emory F., r 37, 7 head cattle,
350 sugar trees, farmer 120.
PERKINS IRA E., r 37, farmer with
Perkins Lydia K., r 37, resident,
h and 9 acres, aged 70.
Perkins Walter E., cooper, h Main.
PERRIN FRED, town clerk and treasurer,
dealer in dry goods, groceries, flour, wall paper, boots and shoes, Main,
Perry Attezerah L., r 29, resides
with Daniel A.
Perry Courtland E., r 33, farmer
Perry Daniel A., r 29, 8 cows, 1,000
sugar trees, farmer 174, aged 76.
Perry Edwin, off r 29, laborer for
Mrs. M. P. Kinney.
Perry H. Quincy, r 19, 8 cows, 14.
head young cattle, 300 sugar trees, farmer 54.
PERRY THERON C., r 29, farmer with
Perry Willard M., r 11, bds. with
PLAINFIELD HOUSE, George F. Nutting,
prop., good livery connected.
REED CLARK S., off r 3, farmer, served
in Co. D, 12th Vt. Inf.
Reed Della C., with Mrs. R., milliner.
REED R. MRS., dressmaker, and dealer
in millinery and fancy goods.
Reed Roswell, resident, served in
Co. D, 12th Vt. Vols.
Reedy Laura D. Mrs., seamstress,
Richardson Roxa D. Mrs., widow of
J. M., dealer in stoves, plated ware, tin and glass, Main, h do.
Robinson Ira D., r 15, 6 cows, 200
sugar trees, farmer 100.
Rogers James W., off r 10, farmer
Ryan John, r 3, dealer in agricultural
implements and fertilizers, farmer 17.
SANBORN NELSON J., mechanic farmer
7, h Water.
Sanborn Orin, butcher and farmer,
Scott Alson, r 34., resides with
S. S. Smith, aged 72.
Scott Harriet Mrs., resident, h School.
Seaver Loring B., r 3, 27 head cattle,
800 sugar trees, farmer, leases, with stock. on shares of Dr. D. B. Smith
Sherburne Joel, r 17, 400 sugar trees,
Sherburne Lydia, r 17, resides with
Shorey Fred, r 19, 20 head cattle,
800 sugar trees, farmer 150.
Shorey John J., laborer.
Shorey Joseph, resident, served in
Co. F, 2d Vt. Vols.
Shorey Nelson E., job teamster, h
SKINNER EZEKIEL, r 10, veterinary
surgeon, stock grower and dealer, 20 registered and grade Jersey cows,
farmer 57, served in Co. G, 4th Vt. Vols.
Skinner Hartwell A., r 11, 12 registered
and grade Jersey cows, farmer 60.
SKINNER NATHAN, r 10 cor. 23, 17
head cattle, farmer 85.
Skinner William, cooper, aged 78,
SLAYTON ALONZO C. owns Plainfield
House and livery.
SMITH DUDLEY B., M. D., physician
and surgeon, 800 sugar trees, 15 cows, breeder of horses, farm 130.
Smith Smilie S., r 34, 2d selectman,
11 grade Jersey cows, 8 head young cattle, 1,000 sugar trees, farmer 110.
Snow Albert E., druggist, and dealer
in fruits, confectionery, schoolbooks, stationery and fancy goods.
Spaulding Lovewell, carpenter and
apiarist 32 colonies, Italian and hybrids.
Spencer Anna L., teacher, bds. with
Spencer Emily H., lives with Euthecia
SPENCER EUTHECIA C., r 10 widow of
Stephen, 20 head cattle, 1,000 sugar trees, farm 200.
SPENCER GARDNER M., r 10, farmer
with Euthecia C.
Spencer Mary E. Mrs., resident, h
St. John Clement, harnessmaker, h
STONE IRA, resident, owns farm 70,
Swinnerton William T. Rev., pastor
Tarbell Miranda Stone Mrs., resides
with Ira Stone.
Taylor Ambrose V., 14 cows, 16 head
other stock, 500 sugar trees, farmer.
TILLOTSON OLIN L., prop. butter tub
factory, h Water.
TOWNSEND NATHANIEL, r 17, 15 head
cattle, 300 sugar trees, farmer 70; lives on the farm settled by his father
Vincent Mary Stone Mrs., resides
with Ira Stone.
WELLS ERNEST C., dealer in teas,
coffees, spices, extracts, tobacco, cigars, patent medicines, fruit, canned
goods, stationery, oysters, etc., h School.
Wells J. Birt, jobber, farmer 20,
Wheat George, barber, h High.
Wheeler Caroline Mrs., r 14, resident,
Wheeler Edgar, r 14, farmer.
Whitcher George, clerk, h Main.
White Judson, r 35, resident, aged
Willis Silas E., lumber sawyer, Water.
Wood Randall B., r 4, laborer.
Woodcock Canton A., 15 head cattle,
200 sugar trees, farmer, leases of Mrs. Martha Heath 130.
WORTHEN SILAS, r 38, 10 cows, 15
head young cattle, 300 sugar trees, farmer 150, and owns in Orange, Orange
county, farm 40.
YAW EMERALD E., book agent, h Masonic.
Young Winfield S., runs meat cart
for A. J. Batchelder, h Main.
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