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 Waitsfield,
unless otherwise designated in parenthesis.)
Ainsworth George F., clerk for G.
H. Fullerton, Main.
ALLEN CLARENCE JEAN, physician and
surgeon, graduate of Medical department of University of Vermont, Main.
Ashley Ira, r 28, resident.
Ashley Stebbins J., r 28, farmer
4, owns with James H. Twigg 35.
Atherton John B., r 28, stone mason,
carpenter and joiner.
Atkins George W., r 23, farmer.
Baird Eddie J., son of John, Water.
Baird Henry S., r 21, laborer.
Baird James H., r 31, 20 cows, farmer
Baird John, farmer 16, Water.
Baird John L., r 31, farmer, son
of James H.
Baird Samuel, r 3 , farmer 65.
Banette Roswell D., r 38, 8 cows,
Barber John, (John Barber & Son)
Barber John & Son, (Vernon L.)
general blacksmiths, horseshoers, and jobbers, Main.
Barber Vernon L., (John Barber &
Son) h Main.
Barnard Albert D., r 5 cor. 3, farmer,
son of Don C.
Barnard Don C., r 5 cor. 3, 1,000
sugar trees, 9 cows, farmer 100, and in Fayston 75.
Barnard Orlo L., (Moretown) r 2,
(R. H. & O. L. Barnard).
Barnard R. H. & O. L., (Moretown)
r 2, 600 sugar trees, 14 cows, farmers 140, breeders of full blood Jersey
Barnard Rufus H., (Moretown) r 2,
(R. H. & O. L, Barnard).
Bates Holmes E., r 16, farmer, son
Bates Reuben, r 16, 800 sugar trees,
12 cows, farmer 185.
Bates William E., r 21, laborer.
Bean Daniel J., r 7, 400 sugar trees,
6 cows, farmer 86.
Bennett Freedom W., r 14, farmer,
leases of C. A. Reed, of Boston, Mass.
Berry Charlie J., r 44., farmer,
son of Leonard C.
Berry George A., r 43, 1,800 sugar
trees, 22 cows, farmer 300.
Berry Julius E. r 32, 1,000 sugar
trees, 15 cows, farmer 180.
BERRY LEONARD C., r 44, 1,000 sugar
trees, 22 cows, farmer 300.
Bittis Charles, r 3, farmer 17.
BIGELOW ANDREW W., constable, prop.
Waitsfield Hotel and livery stable, manuf. of harnesses and dealer in horse
furnishing goods, Main.
Bigelow Sarah G., widow of Charles
E., h Main.
BISBEE BURTON D., r 22 lister, 400
sugar trees, 10 cows, farmer 100.
Blair Andrew, r 28, butcher and farmer
Boyce Dennison r 29, farmer 22.
BOYCE FRANK A., general merchant,
Boyce Fred D., r 29, farmer, son
BOYCE NATHAN, r, 6, dealer in clothing
and gents' furnishing goods, farmer about 225, and in Fayston about 400.
BUSHNELL HENRY N., r 11, school director,
700 sugar trees, 12 cows, farmer 200.
Bushnell Milo A., clerk for F. A.
BUSHNELL PARDON, cooper, farmer 40,
CADY HENRY B., photographer, Main.
Cady Sherman, son of Henry B., Main.
Campbell Fannie O., widow of John
S., h Main.
Campbell Gary H., r 44, son, of Henry
Campbell Henry R., r 44, 300 sugar
trees, 16 cows, farmer 150, and in Warren 56.
Carlton William C., r 41, farm laborer.
Carpenter James P., r 8, 600 sugar
trees, 8 cows, farmer 115.
Chase Philander R., laborer.
Chipman Henry H., r 2, general blacksmith,
Clay Charles H., resident, h Main.
Cutler Mary A., tailoress, h Water.
Dale James R., boot and shoemaker,
Dale William laborer.
Dana Edwin H., r 33, sawyer and farmer.
Davis Albert, r 18, laborer.
Davis Andrew B. C., r 18, farmer.
Davis Joseph D., laborer.
DREW RUSSELL, r 8, (Drew & Palmer).
DREW & PALMER, r 8, (Russell
D. and Julius I. P.) breeders of Durham cattle and Black Hawk horses, props.
stock horse "Fleetwood," 18 cows, 1,000 sugar trees, farmers 210.
EATON ORVILLE M., notary public,
town representative, job printing, dealer in stoves, hardware, tinware,
etc., and all kinds of agricultural implements, manuf. of tin and copperware,
Water, h Main.
EATON O. G. & CO., (Charles H.
Mills) manufs. of and dealers in tinware, dealers in stoves, hardware,
cutlery and agricultural implements.
EATON OSCAR G., (O. G. Eaton &Co.)
Eddy Charlie F., (Moretown) r 3,
dealer in country produce, 26 cows, and farmer.
Farr Joseph, r 38, farmer 75.
Farr William A., r 8, farmer 60.
Ferris Charles H., r 33, thresher
and wood sawyer.
Ferris James H., r 33, farmer, son
Ferris John, r 33, lumberman, 20
cows, farmer 400.
FISHER THERESA E., r 21, widow of
FISK EDWARD A., r 7, breeder of Jersey
cattle, 12 cows, 600 sugar trees, farmer 180.
Fisk Elisha S., pastor Cong. church.
Foley Michael, r 16, laborer.
Folsom George W., (Waitsfield and
Moretown) r 2, breeder of Durham cattle, 20 cows, farmer 200.
Foster Betsey R., r 28, widow of
FULLERTON GEORGE H., dealer in groceries,
provisions, flour, meal, salt, clothing, boots, shoes, patent medicines,
Gale Orange J., r 25, farmer about
Gleason David, carpenter and joiner,
farmer 43, Water.
GLEASON HUZZIAL, retired farmer,
Gleason Mary E., assistant postmaster.
GLEASON RICHARDSON J., postmaster,
town clerk and treasurer, dealer in dry goods, groceries, medicines, etc.,
Goodrich Olive G., r 19, widow of
Green Frank J., farmer 165, Main.
Green Henry, r 11, farmer 45.
GREGORY JOHN W., attorney and counselor
at law, negotiator in Western loans, fire and life insurance agent, Main.
Guyett Peter, r 19, laborer.
HADLEY MOSES E., r 8, 10 cows, farmer
Harris Jarvis C., r 19, carpenter,
joiner, and harnessmaker.
Haselton William H., r 8, 500 sugar
trees, 20 cows, farmer 300.
Hastings Elmer W., teaming and trucking,
Hastings George H., r 27, selectman,
1,200 sugar trees, 12 cows, farmer 170.
HASTINGS JONATHAN H., resident, director
of Waterbury National bank, Main.
Hastings Yorick C. W., resident,
Hawley Harry, r 31 Cor. 24, retired
Heath George R., r 2, prop. saw-mill
in Lincoln, Addison Co., bds. Waitsfield Hotel.
Heath Oscar O., r 38, laborer.
Hill Horace L., r 42, farmer 40.
Hines Sarah J., r 21, widow of John.
Holden Frank, r 3, son of Josiah.
Holden Josiah, r 3, justice of the
peace, 1,700 sugar trees, 15 cows; farmer 150.
Holley George A., (Moretown) r 3,
2,000 sugar trees, 30 cows, farmer 226.
Holmes Benjamin, r 16, resident.
HOUSE EDWIN, r 29, breeder of thoroughbred
Devon cattle, reg., and Brown Leghorn and Wyandotte fowls, 12 cows, farmer
HOUSE EDWIN M., r 29, member of McLaughlin
& House's orchestra, and farmer, son of Edwin.
House Jason, r 29, (Jason & Nathan
House Jason & Nathan D., r 29,
breeders of thoroughbred Devon cattle, reg., 14 cows, farmers 175.
House Nathan D., r 29, (Jason &
Nathan D. House).
House Norton D., r 29, agent for
Bowker's fertilizers, farmer, son of Nathan D.
Howe George O., pastor M. E. church.
HOWE HERMON T. J., physician and
surgeon, graduate of Medical department of University of Vermont, Main.
Irving James, r 33, 7 cows, farmer
Johnson Edward A., r 3, farmer.
Jones Albert C., r 21, laborer.
Jones Charles E., r 8, agent for
Vermont Mutual Fire Insurance Co., 1,000 sugar trees, 25 cows, farmer 260.
Jones George M., r 8, farmer, son
of Charles E.
Jones Harry, r 21, resident.
Jones Orvis, r 21, farmer 15.
JONES WALTER A., state senator and
general merchant, Water.
Joslin Alfred, r 13, farmer.
Joslin Almon, r 16, overseer of the
poor, 8 cows, farmer s 111.
Joslin Julius J., r 28, farmer.
JOSLIN ORAMEL S., r 31, breeder of
Shorthorn cattle, 25 cows, farmer with Stephen P. 300.
Joslin Orrin H., r 31, 12 cows, farmer
JOSLIN STEPHEN P., r 31, farmer with
O. S. 300.
Joslyn Alice. W., (Mrs. W. W.) millinery
and dressmaking, Main.
Joslyn Betsey Miss, r 27 cor. 30,
Joslyn Cassius, r 21, 12 cows, farmer
Joslyn David O., r 19, 26 cows, farmer
JOSLYN LOUIS R., prop. of Joslyn
stock farm, breeder and dealer in standard bred trotting horses, Holstein
cattle, reg., and Berkshire swine, prop. of stock horses "Phil Sheridan,
Jr.," No. 1426, and "Ruthford," No. 1683, dealer in country produce and
groceries, farmer 325, Main.
Joslyn Louie W. dealer in confectionery,
stationery, fancy goods, ladies' fine shoes, etc., Main.
JOSLYN MINERVA M. Miss, r 27 cor.
30, farmer with Roena L. 200.
Joslyn Roena L. Miss, r 27 cor. 30,
farmer with Minerva M. 200.
Joslyn Wilbur W., farmer 25, Main.
KELTY JOHN J., r 29, prop. of stage
route from Waitsfield to Middlesex, freight carting, etc., dealer in Buffalo
fertilizers, and farmer 13.
Kneeland Abel A., r 33, 600 sugar
trees, 14 cows, and farmer 140.
Kneeland Doric A., r 33, farmer,
son of Abel A.
Kneeland Henry, r 28, laborer.
LaBell Edward, emp. in grist-mill,
LaBell Peter, r 19, carpenter and
Learned Joel, r 2, farmer.
Learned Lyman M., r 2, farmer.
Lewis Fred E., r 15, son of John
Lewis George R., r 15, son of John
Lewis John G., r 15,500 sugar trees,
15 cows, farmer about 200.
Lockwood Ferd S., r 21, son of Pliny
LOCKWOOD PLINY E., r 21, farmer 10.
LONG ANDREW, r 15, (Andrew Long &
LONG ANDREW & SON, r 15, (Willard
E.) 400 sugar trees, breeders of Durham cattle, 11 cows, farmers 220.
Long Moses J., r 29, carpenter and
joiner, 1,000 sugar trees, 12 cows, farmer 130.
LONG WILLARD E., r 15, (Andrew Long
Mahuron Ellen E., r 29, widow of
Marshall George C., r 28, manuf.
of butter and meat tubs, farm 1.
Marshall William H., r 28, barber
Maxwell Samuel R., r 28, farmer about
Maxwell Thomas, r 40, farmer 100.
McAllister Robert J., farm laborer.
McAllister Sarah A., widow of Alexander.
McALLISTER WESLEY G., r 29, selectman,
fence viewer, 500 sugar trees, stock grower, 20 cows, farmer 160, and leases
of Rev. H. C. Parker, of Nashua, N. H., 270.
McAllister William, r 29, retired
McALLISTER WILLIAM W., r 28, blacksmith,
horseshoer, carriage ironer and general repair shop, farmer, leases of
Joel Foster, of Montpelier, 12.
McAllister Ziba H., r 24, painter,
10. cows, farmer, leases of B. A. Holmes, of Barre.
McCarthy Eugene T., r 17 cor. 16,
farmer with Florence 240.
McCARTHY FLORENCE, r 17, breeder
of Durham cattle and fine horses„ 20 cows, farmer with Eugene T. 240.
McCarty Eugene, r 6, 15 cows, farmer
McCarty Eugene, Jr., r 16, 14 cows,
McKinney Hugh, r 33, 600 sugar trees,
10 cows, farmer 160.
McLaughlin John S., r 28, laborer.
Miller Antoine, r 16, laborer.
Miller Henry M., r 28, laborer.
Miller Peter, r 3, laborer.
MILLS CHARLES H., (O. G. Eaton &
Miner Abbie Miss, resident, h Main.
Miner Henry A., r 18, laborer.
Mobus John, r 43, laborer.
Moriarty Charles E., r 37, farmer;
son of Michael.
Moriarty Daniel, r 24, farmer.
Moriarty Julius C., laborer, Main.
Moriarty Margaret, r 18, widow of
Moriarty Michael, r 37, farmer about
Murray W. S., r 21, laborer.
Neill Edward E., r 31, farmer 233.
Neill Joseph, r 31, farmer.
NEWCOMB CHARLES H., r 28, carriagemaker,
painter, and general repairer, with James S.
NEWCOMB JAMES S., r 28, manuf. of
carriages, wagons, sleighs, etc., general repair shop, undertaker, dealer
in coffins and caskets, farmer 12.
Nobus John, r 44, farmer 130.
OLMSTEAD GEORGE W. carpenter and
joiner, manuf. of butter tubs, farmer 25, in Berlin 7, and in Williston,
Chittenden Co. 4.
Paird James r 19, 16 cows, farmer
PALMER BROTHERS, (William and Moses
A.) props. grist, saw and clapboard-mills, manufs. of coarse lumber, clapboards,
etc., dealers in grain, flour and feed, 1,000 sugar trees, 23 cows, stock
growers, and farmers 260, Water.
Palmer Byron, r 8, laborer.
Palmer Frank L, r 8, farmer, son
of Julius I.
Palmer Fred R., r 8, farmer, son
of Julius I.
Palmer John W., r 8, farmer.
PALMER JOSEPH, r 27, breeder of Black
Hawk and Ben Franklin horses, 600 sugar trees 10 cows, farmer 400.
PALMER JULIUS L, r 8, (Drew &
PALMER MOSES A., (Palmer Brothers)
PALMER WILLIAM, (Palmer Brothers)
Parker Fred, r 28, prop. shingle-mill.
Pero Frank C., (Waitsfield) r 20
carpenter and joiner. [Removed to Fayston.]
Persons Edmund C., r 23, blacksmith,
shop Main, and farmer 15.
Poland Benjamin, r 24, farmer.
Poland John, r 12, laborer.
Poland Oscar A. r 29, laborer.
POLAND THOMAS D., r 34, 12 cows,
Poland Willard B., (Waitsfield) r
PRENTIS CHANDLER A., r 7, breeder
of Durham cattle, 16 cows, 1,000 sugar trees, farmer 190.
Prentis Cheney, resident, Water.
Prentis Edward, r 7, son of Chandler
Prentis Joseph C., r 7, retired farmer.
Ramsay Charles F., r 21, 1,000 sugar
trees, 10 cows, farmer 165.
Ramsey John W., r 21, farmer, son
of Charles F.
Richardson Albert F., r 21 cor. 23,
carpenter and farmer about 100.
RICHARDSON C. M. & M. L., r 28,
manufs. of clapboards in Fayston, timberland 720.
Richardson Charles W., clerk for
W. A. Jones, h and 15 acres Main.
RICHARDSON CLARENCE M., r 28, (C.
M. & M. L. Richardson) town representative, 20 cows, farmer 160.
Richardson Fred, r 33, laborer.
RICHARDSON MERIDEN L., r 28, (C.
M. & M. L. Richardson) prop. of saw-mill, general merchant, farmer
4 1/2 and in Fayston 50.
Robinson J. Warren, r 33, laborer.
Robinson Nathan, retired farmer,
Rolston Samuel, r 39, 9 cows, farmer
Roys Fred D., r 12, farmer 100.
Russell Hiram, r 27, laborer.
Russell Howland, r 27, farmer.
RUSSELL LUTHER J., general blacksmith,
Ryle James, r 26, 9 cows, farmer
Ryle Jerry, r 36, 12 cows, farmer
Ryle John E., r 36, son of Jerry.
Ryle Thomas, r 24, farmer 150. [Moved
Sanders John L., r 32, 600 sugar
trees, farmer 100.
Sanders Thomas, r 32, resident.
Savage Alfred W., emp. L. R. Joslyn,
SAVAGE CHARLES E., r 31, carpenter
and joiner, 8 cows, farmer, leases of L. D. Savage 80.
Savage Edward M., r 23 cor. 16, farmer
SAVAGE LUCIUS D., r 31, breeder of
Durham cattle, farmer 80.
Seaver Levi, r 2, sawyer for E. O.
Shea Dennis, r 6, farmer about 200.
Skinner Daniel H., r 31 cor. 24,
Skinner Mary E., r 31 cor. 24, widow
of Henry O., 10 cows, farmer about 200.
Smallev Nathan B., r 28, resident.
Smith Charles, resident, h Main.
Smith Charles D., farmer, Main.
Smith Lester K., r 14, farmer.
Somerville John, r 39, 30 cows, farmer
400, and in Duxbury 130.
Stockwell Azro D., r 7 cor. 10, 16
cows, farmer, leases of O. H. Richardson and O. C. Wilder 130.
Stoddard Harlan P., r 29, farmer
Stoddard Hiram F., r 35, 450 sugar
trees, 10 cows, farmer 100.
Stoddard William T., r 29, resident.
Story Frank E., r 7, farmer 2.
Strong Albert W., r 28, carpenter
Strong Joseph H., r 19, 10 cows,
Strong William M., r 28, carpenter
Thompson James B., farmer, Water.
Thompson Sarah M., teacher, Water.
TRASK ELMER O., r 2, prop. saw-mill,
manuf. of dimension and coarse lumber, clapboards, shingles, etc., farmer
16, timberland 1,000.
Trask Frank W., r 2, emp. Elmer O.
Tredo Joseph, laborer, Main.
Turner David E., r 28, thresher and
Twigg James H., r 28, farmer with
Stebbin J. Ashley 35.
VAN DEUSEN JAMES M., homeo. physician
and surgeon, Main.
Wait Luana C., r 29, widow of William.
WRITE HARVEY M., r 41, breeder of
grade Jersey cattle and Black Hawk horses, 16 cows, farmer about 130.
Waite William A., r 41, resident.
WAITSFIELD HOTEL, Andrew W. Bigelow,
WALBRIDGE GEORGE L., r 7, school
director, 1,000 sugar trees, 6 cows, farmer 90, and in Roxbury 90.
Wallis George W., r 8, teacher and
farmer, son of Otis.
Wallis Otis, r 8, 20 cows, farmer
185, mountain land 100.
WATERMAN JOHN, r 32, 500 sugar trees,
breeder of Durham cattle, 10 cows, farmer 150, and mountain land about
Whitcomb Abijah B., r 28, blacksmith,
and farmer 5.
Wilder Enos E., r 2, son of Orcas
Wilder George H., r 21, laborer.
Wilder Levi O., r 2 cor. 4, farmer,
son of O. C.
WILDER ORCAS C., r 2, lister, breeder
of Cotswold sheep, 1,200 sugar trees, 20 cows, farmer 140, in Fayston 100,
in Duxbury 200, in Minnesota 330 and owns with O. H. Richardson, of Montpelier,
WILDER WILLIAM F., r 21, wheelwright,
carriagemaker, carpenter and joiner, general repairer, farmer 5.
Willard Annette D., (Mrs. Levi) dealer
in millinery and fancy goods.
Willard Levi, resident, Main.
Wright Eli, r 29, laborer.
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