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WATERBURY
WASHINGTON 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. 
 

For additional names changes and corrections, see Errata.

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.

(Postoffice address is Waterbury, unless otherwise designated in parenthesis.)
 
 

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Adams Abram, (Waterbury Center) r 16, paper hanger, whitewasher and farmer.

Adams George, (Waterbury Center) r 10, peddler, and farmer 4.

Adams Huldah M., (Waterbury Center) (Mrs. Abram S.) r 16, h and 4 acres and pasture land 20 

Adams Joseph (Waterbury Center) r 10, wheelwright, and farmer 7.

Adams Louis, r 29, laborer.

Aither Edmund, laborer, h Colbyville.

Alger L. S. (Waterbury Center) widow Of Constane, leases rooms to students.

Allen Achsah, (Waterbury Center) widow of Eliakim, h and 2 acres, aged 87, h Maple. 

Ambler Orvis M., r 36, manuf. of and dealer in lumber and piano sounding boards, farmer 10.

ARMS CURTIS N., general merchant, with Hon. William P. Dillingham prop, new Bank block, h Main. 

Ashley Joseph, off r. 9, laborer.

Ashley William H., dealer in groceries and provisions, Stowe, h Stowe cor. Railroad.

Ather Joseph r 39, laborer, h and 1 acre.

Atherton A. Newton, retired farmer, h and lot Main.

Atherton Albert G., dealer in window shades, wall paper and crockery, Stowe, h Union.

Atherton Frank H., county sheriff, state fish commissioner, 1,000 sugar trees, 20 grade Jersey cows, farmer 162, h Main..

Atherton George H., undertaker, and dealer in picture frames, Stowe, h Union.

Atkins Fred E., book-keeper for Atkins & Haines, bds. E. Main.

ATKINS GEORGE W., (Atkins & Haines) farmer 30, h E. Main.

ATKINS & HAINES, (George W. A. and Leander H. H.) wholesale and retail dealers in groceries, flour, feed, etc. 1 Park Row.

Ayers Azro L., (Waterbury Center) r 9, carpenter.

Ayers Elmer A. E., (Waterbury Center) r 9, teamster.

AYERS HANNAH,. (Waterbury Center) r 9, widow of Jerry, farm 30 and wood lot 10.

AYERS ORLO L., manuf. of carriages, sleighs, and general repairer, off Main, h do.

Ayers Orris J., (Waturbury Center) r 26, farmer 24.

Ayers William L., (Waterbury Center) r 26, farm laborer.

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Baker Asa W., laborer, h and lot Main.

Barium Harley, r 34, dealer in fruit trees, 1,000 sugar trees, 15 cows, farmer 200.

BARBER MARTIN C., (Waterbury Center) r 29, dealer in carriages, harnesses, Buffalo fertilizers, horses and young cattle, 4 cows, farmer 55.

BARBER RALPH J., (Waterbury Center) r 10, 600 sugar trees, 18 cows, farmer 186.

Barnes William M. (Waterbury Center) farmer, h Maple.

Barnett Henry, r 22, laborer.

BARRETT B. & SON, props. Waterbury Hotel, 26 cows, 7 head young cattle, 200 hens; in Middlesex farm 250, meadow land 30 , and woodland 21; in Moretown meadow land 12, and 125 fruit trees; in Fayston 13 cows, 4 head young cattle, 2 horses, 700 sugar trees, 150 apple trees, and farm 100; Main.

Batchelder Forester E., (Waterbury Center) farmer 24, wood lot 7.

Batchelder J. S., (Batchelder & Robinson) h Main.

BATCHELDER & ROBINSON, (J. S. B. and C. D. R.) dealers in hardware, stoves, ranges, iron, steel, tin, lead and iron pipe, Stowe.

Bates Thomas S., dealer in patent medicines and patent rights, h Main.

BATTLES EDWARD D., (Waterbury Center) r 25, 800 sugar trees, 22 grade Jersey cows, farmer, leases on shares of G. E. Moody.

Benjamin Lewis, r 29, teamster, emp. G. N. Randall.

Bennett Emma Miss, teacher of drawing and painting at Green Mountain seminary.

Bennett Joseph, (Waterbury Center) r 13, 12 cows, farmer, leases of George Wilkins, Esq., of Stowe, Lamoille Co., about 100.

Blair Lewis, wood turner, emp. Frary Bros., h Main.

BLAIS AMI , tanner, emp. C. C. Warren, h Stowe.

Blais Joseph, carpenter, h Union.

Blaisdell George S., r 33, 600 sugar trees, fruit grower, breeder of Morgan horses, farmer 100.

BLAKELY HARTLAND D., currier, emp. C. C. Warren, h and lot Stowe, Mill Village'

BLODGETT RANDALL, r 29, foreman for G. W. Randall.

Boisselle Joseph, dealer in second-hand goods, Main, h do.

BOKER AUGUST, manuf. of children's reed and willow carriages and baskets, Colbyville, h do.

Boyce Edwin J., clerk, emp. Hiram E., bds. Stowe.

BOYCE HIRAM E., prop. meat market, dealer in groceries, fruit, provisions and vegetables, Randall block, h Stowe. 

Boyce Willard J., butcher, emp. Hiram E., bds. Stowe. 

Breen James, r 29, farm laborer.

Breen John, r 29, emp. G. W. Randall, h and 2 acres.

Breen Nicholas, teamster, emp. G. W. Randall, bds. do.

Brink Consider W. r 8, farmer, leases of Mrs. Maney 30.

Brink Frederick C., r 8, farm laborer.

BROWN ANDREW J., station and express anent C. V. R. R., wholesale and retail dealer in pressed hay, straw and coal, h Main.

Brown George, r 29, blacksmith.

BROWN HARRY D., freight clerk C. V. R. R., h Main.

Brown John, (Waterbury Center) laborer, h and lot Maple.

Brown John T., (Moscow, Lamoille Co.) r 4, farmer, leases of Lucius Demeritt, h and lot.

Brown Michael, laborer, emp. C. C. Warren, h n depot.

Brown Orin E., (Waterbury Center) farmer, leases of Lucius Warren, of Stowe, Lamoille Co., about 80.

Bruce Horace M., lumberman, mills in Stowe, Lamoille Co., h Main.

Bryan Estella L. Miss, (Waterbury Center) r 16, teacher, daughter of Lorenzo R.

Bryan Julia A. R. Miss, (Waterbury Center) r 16, teacher, daughter of Lorenzo R.

Bryan Lorenzo R., (Waterbury Center) r 16, 300 sugar trees, 8 grade Jersey cows, 25 grade Cotswold sheep, farmer 75.

Bryant Lorenzo, carpenter and laborer, h Main.

Bryant Lorenzo Mrs., washer and ironer, h Main.

Burleigh Andrew H., r 6, 400 sugar trees, farmer 62.

Burleigh James A., dealer in butter, eggs and farm produce, farmer 20, h, Stowe.

Burnham George J., bottler of carbonated drinks, prop. billiard rooms, and barber, Park Row, h do.

Burt Edna, (Waterbury Center) widow of Charles, owns on road 12 farm 110, h Stowe road.

Burt Frances O. Miss, (Waterbury Center) dressmaker, h Stowe road.

Butler Fitzalard H., (Waterbury Center) pastor Waterbury River Free Baptist church.

Buzzell Auretta L., (Waterbury Center) r 15, widow of George W.

Buzzell Fred L., (Waterbury Center) r 16, laborer, h and lot.

Buzzell George W., machinist and molder, emp. Cooley Mfg. Co.

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Caldwell Don C., manuf. of writing-desks, secretaries, picture frames and moldings, upholsterer and furniture repairer, Park n R. R. depot, bds. Waterbury Hotel.

Callahan Timothy, retired, h Stowe.

CAMERON J. M. Mrs., dealer in millinery and fancy goods, Main, h do.

Cameron John, resident, h Main.

Canerdy Alvin T., prop. livery and sale stable, Park, h do.

Canerdy Jesse W., emp. Alvin T., bds. do. 

CANERDY MARK C., dealer in Western securities, in Iowa with Smith & Co. prop. stock ranch, 1,200 head of cattle, and 200 horses; in Dakota 100 head thoroughbred cattle, and 100 brood mares, h Main.

Carney Jane, r 6, widow of James, 700 sugar trees, 10 cows, farm 100.

Carpenter Caroline M., widow of John H., h and lot Main.

CARPENTER FRANKLIN, truckman, h and lot Main.

Carpenter George F., 9 cows, 1,000 sugar trees, fruit grower, and farmer 115, h Union.

CARPENTER HENRY H., general blacksmith, 500 sugar trees, farmer 50, h S. Main.

Carpenter William E., dealer in drugs, medicines, crockery, glassware, paints and oils, Main, h do.

Carr Matthew, conductor C. V. R. R., h off Main.

Carroll John, clerk for C. D. Robinson, bds. Railroad.

Carroll John C., clerk, emp. C. D. Robinson, bds. Spring.

Carroll Mary, widow of Patrick, h Railroad.

Carroll William H., blacksmith and horse and ox-shoer, Main, h High.

Chapin Charles, off r 40, 10 cows, farmer, leases of John Whitcomb, of Williston, Chittenden Co., about 150.

Chase Nettie M., teacher of Greek and Latin in Green Mountain seminary.

Chase Samuel B., (Waterbury Center) r 10, 6 cows, breeder of horses, farmer 60. 

Cheney Sarah H. Mrs., (Waterbury Center) seamstress, h Maple.

Chesley Almira Mrs., widow of John T., resident, Main.

Chesley Edwin W., grocery clerk, bds. Main.

Chesley Georgiana Miss, resides Main.

Clark Charles B., (Waterbury Center) justice of the peace, overseer of the poor, undertaker, and farmer 40.

CLARK CURTIS M., farmer, emp. C. C. Warren, pasture and woodland 136, h lane off Main.

Clark Heman B , (Waterbury Center) 350 sugar gees, 7 cows, farmer 35, and timberland 30, h Stove.

Clark Willis B., teller Waterbury National bank, h Main. 

Clossey William H., r 6, 6 cows and farmer 50.

CLOUGH CLAYTON C., (Waterbury and Montpelier) editor and prop. Waterbury News, h 30 Loomis st., Montpelier.

CLOUGH COLUMBUS F., lawyer, pres. village board of trustees, 80 cows, grower of young cattle, 30 head, breeder of fine grade sheep, 5 farms containing 649 acres, Main cor. Stowe, h Winooski. 

Coffrin Elmer, farm laborer, h Winooski.

Coffrin Hiram, r 29, farmer, h and 1 acre.

Coffrin John, carpenter and joiner, h Winooski.

Coffrin Joshua, retired Free Baptist clergymen, h Winooski.

Coffrin Lucretia H. Miss, tailoress, h Main.

Coffrin Mary J., (Mrs. John) resides Winooski.

Coffrin Silas M., truckman, h Main.

Colbey True B., (Waterbury Center) r 10, farmer 35.

Colby Burnham, r 23, laborer, h and lot.

COLBY ELIZABETH Miss, (Waterbury Center) principal Green Mountain seminary and Minard Commercial college, teacher of French and Latin.

Colby Lee, (Waterbury Center) r 18, farm laborer. 

Colby Page N., farmer 16, h. Colbyville. 

COLBYVILLE MANUFACTURING CO., (Edwin A. and George E. Dumas) manufs. of French octagon butter tubs and Colby's little washer, extension wash-benches, and planed and dressed lumber, Colbyville. 

Collins Elon G., wheelwright and carriage repairer, Main, h S. Main. I

Collins Henry E., r 35, 400 sugar trees, 10 cows, 100 apple trees, farmer, owns with his father, Nathan L., 100

Collins Nathan L., r 35, 400 sugar tree, 10 cows, 100 apple trees, farmer, owns with his son Henry E. 100

CONANT CHARLES S., dealer in flour, feed and groceries, Stowe, h do.

CONANT EZRA W., r 31, 300 sugar trees, 12 cows, farmer 140, served in Co. B, 10th Vt. Vols. 

Conant Hattie, (Waterbury Center) r 10, widow of Josiah W., dressmaker.

Conant William, (Waterbury Center) r 10 farmer.

Connor John W., farm laborer, emp. J. E. Sheple, h Main.

Conway Michael, 200 sugar trees, 50 apple trees, breeder of Morgan horses, 8 cows, farmer 225.

Cooley Manufacturing Co., William Cooley, pres. and business manager, general machinists, manufs. portable water tube boilers, iron and brass castings, n railroad track.

Cooley William, pres. and business manager Cooley Mfg. Co., dealer in flour, feed, grain and groceries, h off Main. 

Cressey Betsey P., (Waterbury Center) widow of Isaac, h and lot Maple.

Cressey Mary N. Miss,. (Waterbury Center) teacher, h Maple.

Crossett Abraham Lincoln., r 29, farm laborer.

Crossett Burton J., r 29, farmer, h and 1 1/2 acres.

Crossett Edward C., r 35, 20 cows, farmer 200. 

Crossett Garry, r 29, 300 sugar trees, farmer 140.

Crossett Thaddeus B. carpenter and joiner, h Main.

Crossett Willis H., laborer, h Clay.

Culver Eldridge G., (Waterbury Center) carpenter and joiner, farmer 4, h Stowe road.

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Date Thompson. (Waterbury Center) r 10 farmer 8.

DALE GEORGE H., photographer, Main, bds. Waterbury Hotel.

DALE GEORGE H. MRS., color artist, Main, bds. Waterbury Hotel.

Dalley Daniel, r 9, 400 sugar trees, farmer 60.

Daly John, laborer, bds. Winooski.

Daly Morris, laborer, h Winooski.

Daly Morris, Jr., brakeman C. V. R. R., h Winooski.

Davis Andrew P., dealer in spruce gum, h Clay.

Davis Bradbury C., (Waterbury Center) retired carpenter and builder, aged 82, h and lot Stowe road.

Davis Clarence M., (Marvin Davis & C o.) bds. Colbyville.

Davis Hira, (Waterbury Center) r 18, farmer, leases of Horace Merriam 40.

Davis Levi W., r 33, 500 sugar trees, 20 cows, breeder of Ethan Allen horses, farmer, leases on shares of Luther 200.

DAVIS LUTHER, 500 sugar trees, 20 cows, stock grower, farmer 170, timberland in Bolton Chittenden Co., 100, owns with Mrs. Davis a store in Vergennes, Addison Co., with T. B. Crossett the Davis & Crossett block, and one tenement house, h and lot Main.

Davis Marvin, (Marvin Davis & Co.) h Colbyville.

Davis Marvin & Co., (Clarence M. Davis and Anton Landt) manufs. of bobbins. Colbyville.

DAVIS MERTON J., (Waterbury Center) (O. W. Davis & Son).

DAVIS O. W. & SON, (Waterbury Center) (Merton J.) props. of Davis' nurseries. dealers in hardy fruit trees, 80,000 growing trees.

DAVIS OLIVER W., (Waterbury Center) (O. W. Davis & Son) apiary 17 colonies, 7 cows, farmer 32.

DEAL WILLIAM, architect, contractor and builder, h Main.

Dearborn Susan E. Miss, (Waterbury Center) dressmaker, h Stowe road.

DEAVITT BROTHERS, (Daniel P. and John J.) (Roberts & Deavitt Bros.) 9 cows, 225 sugar trees, farmers 100, Colbyville.

DEAVITT DANIEL P., (Deavitt Bros.) (Roberts & Deavitt Bros.) h Colbyville.

DEAVITT JOHN J., (Deavitt Bros.) (Roberts & Deavitt Bros.) h Colbyville.

Deavitt William, farmer, h Colbyville.

Demeritt Arthur, (Waterbury Center) r 18, 150 fruit trees, 10 cows, farmer 140.

Demeritt Frank A., (Waterbury Center) r 17, 500 sugar trees, 20 grade Jersey cows, farmer 200.

Demeritt James, (Waterbury Center) r 15, 3,500 sugar trees, 40 cows, farmer 500, and leases two farms of 230 acres.

Demeritt Lucius, (Waterbury Center) r 4, 500 sugar trees; 17 cows, grower of young cattle, 10 head, breeder of horses, farmer 200.

Demeritt Newell L., (Waterbury Center) r 15, farmer with his father, James.

Demeritt Richard, (Waterbury Center) (Lewis & Demeritt, of Plattsburgh, N. Y.)

Demmon George C., carpenter, and farmer 40 h Mill Village.

Deuel Ephraim, prop. variety store, and dealer in groceries and Yankee notions, 5 and 10 cent counters, farmer 20, Colbyville, h do.

Devine Lizzie Miss, teacher, bds. Winooski. I

Devine Michael, r 30, 400 sugar trees, 12 cows, farmer 279.

Devine Patrick, r 30, farmer with his father, Michael. 

Devine Thomas, r 30, farmer with his father, Michael.

Devine Thomas, section foreman C. V. R. R., h Winooski.

DILLINGHAM HENRY, manuf. of fork, rake, hoe and broom handles, ash doweling arid wool-carding for customers, 5 Jersey cows, farmer 20, Mill Village, h do.

Dillingham John M., (Waterbury Center) barber, Stowe road, h Maple.

Dillingham Martin L., (Waterbury Center) pensioner, served in Co. D, 2d Vt. Vols., h Maple.

DILLINGHAM PAUL HON., ex governor of Vermont, pres. Waterbury National bank, retired lawyer, aged 88. 

Dillingham Vern A. (Waterbury Center) r 18, farm laborer.

DILLINGHAM WILLIAM P., lawyer, vice-pres. Waterbury National bank, Main, h do.

Douglass Harry G., laborer, h Mill Village.

DOUGLASS LYMAN V., emp. Henry Dillingham, h Mill Village.

Downing Dennis, r 28, 14 cows, grower of young cattle, breeder of fine horses, farmer, leases of Vermont National Life Insurance Co. 137.

Drugg Cliffe, laborer, h Stowe. 

Drugg Samuel, car loader, h Winooski.

DUMAS EDWIN A., (Colbyville Mfg. Co.) h Colbyville.

DUMAS GEORGE E., (Colbyville Mfg. Co.) h Main.

Dwyer Thomas F., r 42, farmer 57.

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Eddy Cornelius, (Waterbury Center) tanner, h Stowe road.

Eddy Elizabeth L. Miss, r 3, owns one-half interest in the estate of her father, Hiram, 200.

Eddy George, (Waterbury Center) r 37, retired tanner and currier.

Eddy Harvey, (Waterbury Center) r 37, 800 sugar trees, 22 grade Jersey cows, farmer 100, pasture and timberland 50.

Eddy Sanford M., r 3, 500 sugar trees, 25 cows, farmer 400.

Edwards Adelbert E., truckman, h Mill Village.

Edwards Byron D:, laborer, h Stowe.

Edwards George L., tanner, emp. C. C. Warren, bds. Mill Village.

EDWARDS HENRY R., local preacher M. E. church, h Mill Village.

Edwards Oscar W., tanner, emp. C. C. Warren, bds. Mill Village.

EGGLESTON DELIA T., (Waterbury Center) r 18, widow of Ethan S., 250 sugar trees, 7y cows, farm 100.

Elliot Lester H. Rev., sec'y and agent for Vermont Bible society, h Main.

Elliott Harriet F. Mrs., laundress, h S. Main.

ELLIOTT ISAAC H., carpenter, joiner, contractor and builder, h and lot, served in Co. I, 9th Vt. Vols., S. Main.

ELLIOTT WILLIAM R., (Waterbury and N. Duxbury) manuf. of and dealer in spruce clapboards, dimension timber, and hard wood lumber, mills at N. Duxbury, h Main cor. Stowe.

Ennis Edward J., prop. Trotter House, Main.

Ether Joseph, r 36, farmer 1 1/2. 

Evans Evan E., clerk for his father, Merrill O., bds. do.

Evans Frank C., traveling salesman for John F: Henry & Co., of New York city, h Stowe.

EVANS MERRILL O., dealer in drugs, medicines, paints, oils, and country produce a specialty, Stowe, h do.

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FAZES HENRIETTA A. MRS, widow of Dr. Horace, h Main.

Farmer Charles, laborer, h Clay.

Farmer George, r 29, farmer, and emp. G. W. Randall.

Farnsworth Finando, farmer 10.

Farnsworth Henry F., off r 29, lumberman and farmer 60.

Farrar Edward, foreman of warehouse for Atkins & Haines, h E. Main.

Farrell Thomas J., notary public and barber, Main, h Colbyville.

Fife James A., truckman, h Main.

Fisk Charles J., (Waterbury Center) hunter and trapper, dealer in spruce gum, h and 1 1/2 acres.

Fisk Gracia A., (Waterbury Center) widow of Cyrus C., h and 1 1/4 acres Maple.

Flanagan Jeremiah E, (Waterbury Center) r 25, 300 sugar trees, 20 cows, farmer: leases of James Demeritt 180.

Fleury Ira, laborer, h Main.

Foley James, r 43, laborer, h and lot.

Forrest R. M. Mrs., widow of Samuel, h Main.

Fortier Alfred, carpenter, bds. S. Main:

Fortier Hubert, custom shoemaker, Main cor. Stowe, h S. Main.

Foster Allen P., turner and wood worker, farmer 45, h Main.

FOSTER EBENEZER J., M. D., C. S. B., (Waterbury Center) homeo. physician and surgeon, "The Little Drummer Boy" of Co. B, 10th Vt. Vols., enlisted at the age of 15, Maple, h do.

Foster Edwin U., (Waterbury Center) r 2, dealer m maple sugar, maple syrup and honey, farmer 10.

Foster Erastus, retired farmer, aged 79, h Main.

Foster Herman R., r 30, 600 sugar trees, 8 cows, farmer, leases on shares of Solomon Hutchins 125.

Foster James A., (Waterbury Center) r 2, farmer 13.

Foster Leonard R., (Waterbury Center) retired farmer, h Maple.

Frahill Michael J., gardener, and manager of greenhouse for C. C. Warren, bds. Clay.

Frary Bros., (George H. and Edward S.) manufs. of spools, dowels, organ stops, etc., n depot.

Frary George H., (Frary Bros.) bds. Waterbury Hotel.

FREEMAN JOSEPH O., general merchant, served in Co. B, 10th Vt. Vols., enlisted in 1862, wounded in July, 1864, discharged from hospital May. 1, 1865 Stowe road, h do.

Fuller Ezra B., (Waterbury Center) pastor Free Baptist church, h Maple.

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GANDO CHARLES, tanner, emp. C.C. Warren, h Stowe, Mill Village.

Gay Theodore D., retired manuf., tuner of and dealer in pianos, aged 83, bds. Main.

George William R., job teamster and street sprinkler, h Main.

Gibson Newell R., prop. barber rooms at Waterbury Hotel, h Stowe.

Gile David, (Waterbury Center) r 15, 200 sugar trees, and farmer 60.

Gile George W., (Waterbury Center) r 14, 500 sugar trees, 12 grade Jersey cows, farmer 70.

GILLETT J. EDWARD, (Waterbury Center) r 13, 1,600 sugar trees, 46 cows, farmer, leases on shares of C. F. Clough, Esq., 400.

Gillett Thomas J., (Waterbury Center) r 13, farmer with his son Edward.

Gleason Henry C., r 29, 600 sugar trees, 12 cows, farmer 152, and pasture land and orchard on Ricker Mountain 30. 

Gleason Henry C. Mrs., r 29, owns two tenements and 4 acres.

Godfrey Timothy C., (Waterbury Center) h and 1 acre Stowe road.

Goldthwaite Wesley D., hostler, emp. Dr. E. G. Hooker, bds. do.

GOODALE LAURA A. MRS., r 21, resident. 

Goodell Almeron, r 9 farmer 14.

Goodell Bertie G., r 9, farmer 10.

Gould Julia A. Miss, dressmaker, bds. Railroad.

Gould Sarah, widow of Bartholomew, h Railroad.

Gould William, book-keeper for C. C. Warren, h Railroad. 

Gove George N., prop. livery stable Park Row, h do.

Grace Andrew, night watchman at C. C. Warren's tannery, h n depot.

Graves Arad E. retired farmer and lot, Main.

GRAVES CECIL, retired hardware merchant, over 30 years in trade, h Main.

Graves George H., r 19, 350 sugar trees, breeder of grade Jersey cattle, 7 cows, farmer 90.

Graves Gilman, retired farmer, h Colbyville.

Graves Harvey J., r 37, 400 sugar trees, 15 grade Jersey cows, farmer 90, pasture and woodland 45.

Graves Levi J., r 37, retired farmer, aged 72.

Graves Myron H., r 39, breeder of grade Durham cattle and fine horses, 20 cows, farmer 120

Greely George N., (Waterbury Center) r 11, 400 sugar trees, 12 grade Jersey cows, farmer 145.

Green John laborer, h Railroad.

GREEN MOUNTAIN SEMINARY AND MINARD COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, (Waterbury Center) Miss Elizabeth Colby, prop. and principal; Asbury M. Marsh, principal Minard Commercial college.

Greene DeWitt C., r 39, 25 cows, 10 head young cattle, breeder of fine horses, farmer, owns with his mother, Mehitable, and sister, Mrs. Mary A. Tyler, 190.

Greene Mehitable, r 39, widow of James, owns with her son DeWitt C., and daughter, Mrs. Mary A. Tyler, farm 190.

Grege James (Waterbury Center) r 11, 400 sugar trees, 9 cows, farmer 104.

GRIFFIN ALMON D., r 2, 1,000 sugar trees, 4 cows, 8 head young cattle, farmer 154, served 3 years in Co. F, 1st U. S. S. S., was twice seriously and three times slightly wounded.

Griffith Azro 'M., stone mason and laborer, h Main. 

Griffith Charles D., operator and manager W. U. telegraph office, bds. Main.

GRIGGS JOHN C., dealer in boots, shoes, leather, shoe findings, and agent for the White sewing machine, Stowe, h do. 

Grout Frederick A., machinist, h and lot and 7 acres, Mill Village.

Grover Eleazer, (Waterbury Center) r 24, 450 sugar trees, 9 cows, farm 100.

GROVER GEORGE W., (Waterbury Center) r 24, 9 cows, farmer 64, and leases on shares of Eleazer farm 100.

Grover Stephen, r 42, 6 cows, and farmer 40.

Gunn Mary E. Miss, (Waterbury Center) teacher of vocal and instrumental music in Green Mountain seminary.

Guptil Stephen J., r 37, (Stephen J. & Walter E. Guptil).

Guptil Stephen J. & Walter E., r 37, 500 sugar trees, and breeders of grade Jersey cattle, 30 cows, 15 head young cattle, 50 sheep, farmers 250,

Guptil Walter E., r 37, (Stephen J. & Walter E. Guptil) farmer.

Guyette Frank, buttermaker, emp. C. C. Warren, h n depot.

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Haines Charles H., clerk, emp. Atkins & Haines, bds. with L. H. Haines.

HAINES LEANDER H., (Atkins & Haines) h W. Main.

Hart Alonzo, (Waterbury Center) disabled soldier and pensioner, served in Co. D, 2d Vt. Vols. 

Hart Alphonso A., (Waterbury Center) farm laborer.

Hart Charles J., sawyer, h Colbyville.

Hart Leonard, farmer, h and lot Main.

Harvey David T., r 30, 350 sugar trees, 23 cows, breeder of full blood Durham cattle and Phil Sheridan horses, 5 head, farmer 350.

Harvey Timothy, r 30, retired farmer, aged 70.

Harwood Charles L., (Harwood & Smith) bds. Main.

Harwood & Smith, (Charles L. H. and Arva H. S.) dealers in hardware, stoves and tin, Main head of Stowe.

Haseltine Howard, lawyer, bds. Main.

HASELTON MANSEL, switchman and freight handler C. V. R. R., h Main.

Hatch David, (Waterbury Center) r 11, laborer for E. G. Wallace.

Hayden Roswell, r 42, farmer 100.

Hayden Steven H., r 42, dealer in eggs, and farmer 50.

Hayes Charles C., (Waterbury Center) live stock dealer, h and lot.

Hayes Eber C., (Waterbury Center) prop. saw-mill, and manuf. of cider, farmer 17, timberland 97, h Mill.

Hayes John, (Waterbury Center) retired farmer and merchant, farm 22.

Hutchinson Joseph, job teamster, h n railroad.

HENDERSON VAN NESS V., dealer in potatoes, poultry, eggs, maple sugar, etc., bds. Main.

HENRY HARVEY R. r 43 1,500 sugar trees, 20 cows, farmer 360. 

Henry Laura Mrs., widow of Sylvester, h Main.

Henry Samuel, off r 29, farmer 100. 

Herbert Patrick, r 6, farm laborer.

Herbert Thomas, (Waterbury Center) r 6, 300 sugar trees, farmer 95.

Herbert Thomas, Jr., r 6, resides with his father, Thomas.

Hill Frank B., (Waterbury Center) r 13, farmer.

HILL HENRY F., (Waterbury Center) r 18, dealer in spruce lumber and shingles, 350 sugar trees, 20 grade Jersey cows, breeder of Lambert horses, farmer 250, owns with C. H. Stevens timberland 250.

Hill Irving N., (Waterbury Center) wheelwright and blacksmith, Stowe road, h do.

HILLS VAN D., r 40, 300 sugar trees, breeder of grade Durham cattle, 6 cows, farmer 100.

Hodge J. Frank, (Waterbury Center) r 16 cor. 28, breeder of Morgan horses, 2 brood mares, prop. stock horse “Ethan Allen," farmer on the estate of Artemas Newhall.

Hodge Nora J. Mrs (Waterbury Center) owns 1 share of the estate of her father, Artemas.

Hodge Stephen, r 36, 10 cows, and farmer 60. 

HOOKER EMORY G., physician and surgeon, Park, h do.

Hopkins Charles L., (Waterbury Center) (Daniel Hopkins & Son).

Hopkins Daniel, (Waterbury Center) (Daniel Hopkins & Son) justice of peace, town agent, dealer in farm produce, 300 sugar trees, 28 cows, farmer 125, pasture and timberland with Chancey Lyons 250.

Hopkins Daniel & Son, (Waterbury Center) (Charles S.) 300 sugar trees, 28 cows, 20 head young cattle, 1 yoke oxen, 9 horses, farmers 125, pasture and timberland with Chancey Lyons 250.

HUMPHREY CHARLES O., r 23, 400 sugar trees, 15 grade Jersey cows, farmer 90.

Humphrey Horace W., (Waterbury Center) disabled soldier of Co. H, 26th Mass. Vols., h Maple. 

HUMPHREY IRA \V., r 28, manager town poor farm and keeper of the town poor, 300 sugar trees, 8 cows, farm 100.

Humphrey William, r 29, emp. G. W. Randall, h and 1 acre.

Hunter Cora B. Miss, (Waterbury Center) r 16, teacher. 

Hunter George, (Waterbury Center) r 25, farm laborer, h and 7 acres.

Hunter H. E. Mrs., (Waterbury Center) r 16, nurse.

Huntley Clarence L. (Waterbury Center) farmer.

HUNTLEY LEONARD, (Waterbury Center) prop. Waterbury nurseries, dealer in hardy varieties of fruit trees, wheelwright, blacksmith, and farmer 36. 

Huse Eben B., (Waterbury Center) retired farmer, h and 5 acres.

Huse Louis M., (Waterbury Center) r 27, farmer with his father, S. R.

HUSE S. RAYMOND, (Waterbury Center) r 27, 600 sugar trees, 30 grade Jersey cows, grower of young cattle, 20 head, farmer 265, and wood and timberland 50.

Hutchins B. Corliss, (Waterbury Center) carpenter, h and lot, agent for his brother H. H., and manager of the estate of E. Eaton Hutchins 76.

Hutchins Charlotte, widow of George W., h Stowe cor. Railroad.

HUTCHINS FRANCIS B., (Moscow, Lamoille Co.) r 1, 300 sugar trees, farmer 100.

HUTCHINS HENRY D., (Moscow, Lamoille Co.) r 1, retired farmer, aged 82, served in Co. D, 2d Vt. Vols.

Hutchins Mercy J., (Waterbury Center) widow of E. Eaton, 10 cows, farmer, owns the estate of her husband 76.

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Irish J. Parmer, laborer, emp. L. Roberts, h Mill Village.

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JACKMAN JOHN, (Waterbury Center) retired farmer, h and 6 acres.

Jackman Timothy A., r 19 1/2, 1,000 sugar trees, 12 cows, farmer, owns with his son William S. 87. 

Jackman William S., r 19 1/2, 1,000 sugar trees, 12 cows, farmer, owns with his father, Timothy A., 87.

Johnson Edgar L., r 42, farmer. 

Johnson Healy H., (Waterbury Center) carpenter.

Johnson Lois D., r 42, widow of Elijah, farm 60.

Jones Dan, (Waterbury Center) r 11, 400 sugar trees, 10 grade Jersey cows, farmer about 160.

Jones Henry, physician and surgeon, 30 years in practice in Waterbury, W. Main, h do.

Jones Sarah R., r 40, widow of James W., 500 sugar trees, 12 cows, 8 head young cattle, farm 150.

Joslyn Francis W., 4 grade Jersey cows and farmer 16.

Joslyn George D., 200 sugar trees, 8 cows, farmer 65, h Colbyville.

Joslyn Luke, retired farmer, aged 85 owns 25 acres land, bds. with his daughter, Mrs. F. A. Grout, Mill Village.

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Keefe David, r 40, 300 sugar trees, 24 cows, farmer 180.

Keefe James, r 40, farmer with his father, David, 180.

Keefe John, r 40, farmer with his father, David, 180. 

KEENE CHARLES, dealer in watches, clocks, jewelry, silver and silverware, etc., prop. livery stable, Stowe, h do. 

Kellogg Sophronia R., widow of John D., resident, h Stowe.

Kelty Patrick, r 7, 500 sugar trees, 15 cows, farmer 260.

Kendall Albert, (Waterbury Center) r 19, farmer.

Kennedy George W., lawyer, N. Main, h do.

Kerin Patrick, bridge builder C. V. R. R., farm in Moretown 150, h Main.

KILBURN ADALINE C., r 23, widow of Luke W., 10 cows, owns farm with her daughter Laura J. 125.

KILBURN LAURA J: Miss, r 23, book-keeper, and owns farm with her mother, Mrs. Adaline C., 125.

KING ASAPH, r 21, 400 sugar trees, 17 cows, farmer, leases on shares of Luke J. Roberts 100.

King John, laborer, h Winooski.

King John J., dealer in groceries, boots, shoes and rubbers, Park Row, h W. Main.

King Olin, laborer, bds. Winooski.

King Patrick, blacksmith, Stowe, h do.

Kirby Joseph, laborer, bds. off Winooski.

Kirby Leander, hostler, emp. G. N. Gove, h Winooski.

Kirby Leander, laborer, h off Winooski.

Kirby Peter, retired aged 85, h off Winooski.

Knapp Charles D., (Waterbury Center) r 4, 1,000 sugar trees, farmer 127.

Knapp John blacksmith, h Railroad.

KNEELAND LUCIUS R., r 19 1/2, farmer with his father, William.

KNEELAND WILLIAM, r 19 1/2, 8 cows and farmer 40.

Knight Benjamin F., (Waterbury Center) r 12, retired mechanic, aged 71.

Knight Dennison M., clerk, emp. Atkins & Haines, h E. Main.

Knight Frank L., clerk, emp. Moses M.

Knight Moses M., dealer in dry goods, ready-made clothing, hats, caps, gents' furnishing goods, etc., Stowe, h do.

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Labelle Joseph, r 34, laborer.

Labelle Joseph Mrs., r 34, washer and ironer.

Lacrosse Paul, laborer, h Clay.

Lacrosse Paul, Jr., laborer, h Clay.

Ladd John F., r 1, lumberman, 10 cows, farmer 150.

LADD WALTER W., (Waterbury Center) r 4., owns jointly with Lewis J. and Horace L. White farm 124

Lamb Marshall D., physician and surgeon, Main cor. Winooski, h do.

Landt Anton, (Marvin Davis & Co.) farmer 12, h Colbyville.

Larkin Christopher C. W., (Waterbury Center) r 12, farmer with his son Carey A.

Larkin Carey A., (Waterbury Center) r 12, 200 sugar trees, 15 cows, farmer, leases on shares of Frank O. Burt, of Stowe, Lamoille Co., 150.

Lease Charles H., harnessmaker, emp. George H., h Stowe.

Lease Fred B., barber at Trotter House, bds. do.

Lease George H., justice of the peace, manuf. of harnesses, and dealer in saddles, whips, trunks, traveling bags, fly-nets, etc., Main, h Union.

Loomis Bessie A., (Waterbury Center) r 18, owns with her mother, Mrs. Judith, 80 acres.

Loomis Judith A. Mrs., (Waterbury Center) r 18, widow of Elam, owns with her daughter Bessie A. 80 acres of the homestead.

Lovely Mary E , widow of Frank, washer and ironer, h n railroad.

LUCE ALPHEUS B., (Waterbury Center) r 36, 300 sugar trees, 15 cows, farmer 125.

Lucia Medor, (Waterbury Center) r 11, farmer.

Lyon Frank C., r 33, farmer, leases on shares of Joel Remington 175.

Lyons Chancey, (Waterbury Center) r 26, 700 sugar trees, breeder of and dealer in fine horses, 9 head, 15 cows, farmer 140, owns on Loomis hill 2,000 sugar trees, 14 cows, farm 140, and pasture land 82.

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Mack John, laborer, h Clay.

Manning Michael, butcher, and dealer in fresh and salt meats, poultry and farm produce, Park Row, h Main.

Mansfield Seth A., (Waterbury Center) r 18, 300 sugar trees, farmer 53.

Margison Albion, tinsmith, emp. J. E. Sheple, h Clay.

Margison Thomas, tinsmith, emp. J: E. Sheple, h Clay.

Marsh Asbury M., (Waterbury Center) principal Minard Commercial college and teacher of natural sciences.

MARSHALL CLARENCE D., r 36, carpenter and joiner, farmer 15.

MARSHALL CLARENCE D. MRS., r 36, dressmaker.

Marshall Daniel A., (Waterbury Center) carpenter.

Marshall Emily P., widow of James W., h and lot off Main.

Marshall Fernando C., stock raiser, dealer in live stock and calf skins, farmer 70, h Mill Village.

Marshall Henry A., painter, bds. Union.

Marshall Ira A., custom tailor, Trotter House, h Union.

Marshall John; r 20, carpenter and farmer 7.

MARSHALL LORENZO B., (Waterbury Center) r 11, 800 sugar trees, 9 grade Jersey cows, farmer 125.

Marshall Willie W., r 20, farmer with his father, John.

MARSHALL WILLIS E., (Waterbury Center) liveryman, 250 sugar trees, 7 grade Jersey cows, farmer 35, pasture and timberland 25.

Martin Almon, r 43, carpenter.

Martin Franklin, off r 29, laborer, emp. G. W. Randall.

Martin Mary J. Miss, (Waterbury Center) dressmaker.
 

MATHER ROSWELL H., (Waterbury Center) dealer in family groceries, dry goods, boots, shoes, Yankee notions, crockery, hardware, flour, and feed.

MAY OSCAR W., (Waterbury Center) constable, 450 sugar trees, 20 cows, breeder of grade Jersey cattle and Morgan horses, farmer 214.

Mayo Edward, laborer, h and lot Stowe.

McCaffrey Christopher, (Waterbury Center) r 19, farmer 11.

McCOY ARTHUR, r 6, farm laborer and lumberman.

McCoy Dominic, r 6, 200 sugar trees, farmer 62.

McCoy Francis T., r 6 farm laborer and lumberman.

McCoy William H., r 6, farm laborer.

McGrath Thomas, track hand, h off Main.

McIntosh John A., resides with his father Martin.

McIntosh Martin, retired iron worker, h Main.

McMahon James, (Stowe, Lamoille Co.) r 11, farm laborer.

McMahon John. (Stowe, Lamoille Co.) r 11, 500 sugar trees, 7 cows, farmer 100.

McManas Barney, r 2, farmer, leases of G. W. Randall about 300.

McMann Michael, track hand, h off Main.

Mercury Alic, farm laborer, emp. C. C. Warren, h n railroad.

Merriam Hannah Mrs., widow of Samuel, h Main.

Merrill James H., (Waterbury Center) laborer, emp. D. P. Smith.

Merrill Samuel, janitor M. E. church, bds. Clay.

Messer Joseph, (Waterbury Center) general blacksmith.

Messer Joseph, Jr., (Waterbury Center) blacksmith with his father.

Millen John, r 31, laborer.

Miller Bertha (Ober). Mrs., teacher of vocal and instrumental music.

Minard Will F., homeo. physician and surgeon, office and residence Waterbury Hotel.

MINOR JOSEPH, (Waterbury Center) r 12, farmer 7, pensioner, soldier in Co. B, 3d R. I. Cav. in which he lost a limb.

Minor Willie B., (Waterbury Center) r 12, farm laborer.

Minott Betsey, (Waterbury Center) r 10, widow of Howard, h and 1 acre.

Minott Orrin H., (Waterbury Center) r 11, 350 sugar trees, breeder of Morgan horses, 10 grade Jersey cows, farmer and manager with F. S. Noble 95, and pasture and timberland 120.

Montgomery C. Curtis, (Waterbury Center) r 4, 200 sugar trees, farmer on the estate of his father, John.

Montgomery George R., (Waterbury Center) r 9, 300 sugar trees, 14 cows, grower of young cattle, farmer 300.

Moody Edwin B., (Waterbury Center) r 36, 400 sugar trees, dealer in live stock, grower of young cattle, 21 head, 15 cows, farmer 150.

Moody Elisha, dealer in horses, cattle, sheep, and real estate, 4 houses, breeder of grade Jersey cattle, 10, cows, farmer 80, h Main.

MOODY G. EUGENE, dealer in horses, cattle, sheep, swine, wool and farmers' produce, manuf. of and dealer in lumber, mills at Hyde Park, 1,800 sugar trees, 70 cows, 13 horses, 100 sheep, owns four farms containing 600 acres, h Main cor. Stowe.

Moody George W., dealer in live stock, real estate, and farmer 60.

Moody John G., r 35, dealer in live stock, 10, grade Jersey cows, farmer 85.

MOODY JUSTIN W., 400 sugar trees, 22 cows, farmer 125, h and village farm 20, h Union. 

MOODY NATHANIEL, director Waterbury National bank, retired drover, farmer, aged 83, h Union.

Moody Rachael Mrs., resident, h Mill Village.

Morrissey Ann C., r 40, widow of John, farm 76.

Morrissey Charles, r 40, 200 sugar trees, 8 cows, farmer 76.

Morse Clifford L., r 33, 12 cows and farmer.

Morse Daniel J., (Waterbury Center) r 13, 500 sugar trees, 14 cows, farmer 164.

Morse Flora D., widow of Heman, h Winooski.

MORSE GEORGE W., lawyer, postmaster, and dealer in books and stationery, postoffice, h Stowe.

Morse Ida E. Miss, (Waterbury Center) r 13, teacher, daughter of Daniel J. 

Morse Ina N., teacher, h Winooski.

Morse Lewis O., (Waterbury Center) r 13, carpenter.

MORSE LUCIUS P., farmer and owner of Bolton falls, h Union.

Morse Mae J. Miss, (Waterbury Center) r 13, teacher, daughter of Daniel J.

Morse Mary Mrs., r 40, widow of Truman, resides on the estate of her husband.

MORSE WILLIS A., r 40, 8 grade Jersey cows, farmer 70, leased on shares of the estate of Truman 350 sugar trees, and farm 140.

Morway Thomas, laborer, h Railroad.'

Moulton Calvin, (Waterbury Center) retired farmer, h and 4 acres.

Murray Burt, (Waterbury Center) r 19, farmer.

Murray Henry O., (Waterbury Center) r 19, farmer.

Murray Truman A., (Waterbury Center) r 19, 500 sugar trees, 6 cows, farmer 100.

Murray Walter W., r 23, farmer with William W.

Murray Warren, r 40, resident.

Murray William W., r 23, 1,000 sugar trees, 20 grade Durham and Jersey cows, farmer 50, owns an undivided half of farm 116, and timberland 65 on the estate of his father Alonzo G. 

Mussey Parker L., grocer, Main, h E. Main. 

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Neenan Michael, laborer, h off Union.

Newcomb Arthur A., (Waterbury Center) clerk. 

Newcomb E. Allen, (Waterbury Center) painter, and farmer 3 1/2, h Maple.

Newcomb Frances A., (Waterbury Center) teacher, daughter of E. A. Newcomb, Maple.

Newhall Luceba, (Waterbury Center) r 16 cor. 18, owns one-third of the estate of her husband, Artemas.

Newhall Ruth Miss, (Waterbury Center) r 16 cor. 18, teacher, 400 sugar trees, owns 2 shares of the estate of her father, Artemas.

Nichols William C., drug clerk, h Winooski.

NILES SOLOMON T., r 8, lumberman, 600 sugar trees, 11 cows, farmer 200, soldier in Co. H, 3d Vt. Vols.

Noble Francis S., (Waterbury Center) 300 sugar trees, breeder of horses, 8 grade Jersey cows, 15 grade Cotswold sheep, farmer 80, pasture and timberland 120

Norton George, foreman currier for C. C. Warren, h Stowe, Mill Village.

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OAKLAND GEORGE, (Waterbury Center) r 25, farm laborer, h and 1 acre.

Ober Edwin R., teacher of vocal and instrumental music, inventor and prop. of Ober's revolving piano hammer and Waterbury wagon-jack, h Main.

O'Brien Thomas, laborer, h Stowe.

O'Brien Timothy, laborer, h and lot Stowe.

O'Connor John, farm laborer, emp. J. E. Sheple, h Main.

O'Day Michael, blind soldier and pensioner, bds. Stowe.

Ormsby Eliza A., widow of Francis, reident, h Union. 

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Palmer Edwin F., lawyer, reporter for the Supreme Court of Vermont, Union, h do. 

Parcher Josiah T., (Waterbury Center) r 12, wheelwright, 250 sugar trees, farmer 85, in Stowe, Lamoille Co., 250 sugar trees and farm 19.

Parcher Nathaniel E., laborer, h Union.

Parcher Samuel, job teamster, h Winooski.

Parker John A., r 23, farmer 60.

PARKER JOHN B., r 23, 25 grade Jersey cows, breeder of young cattle, 150

Patterson Alexander, (Waterbury Center) r 9, (Alexander & Alexander E. Patterson). 

Patterson Alexander E., (Waterbury Center) r 9, (Alexander & Alexander E. Patterson).

Patterson Alexander & Alexander E., (Waterbury Center) r 9, 500 sugar trees, 15 cows, farmers 280.

Patterson George J., bridge builder C. V. R. R., h Main.

Phillips Henry C., teamster, emp. H. M. Bruce.

Pike Alice C. Miss, (Waterbury Center) r 26, teacher.

Pike E. Ralph, (Waterbury Center) r z6, stone mason, butcher, and farmer 30.

Pike Estella M. Miss, (Waterbury Center) r 26, teacher.

Pike Jesse R., r 33, 300 sugar trees, and farmer 64.

Pixley Henry W., r 9, farmer 100.

Pixley Julius E., r 33, 700 sugar trees, 200 apple trees, 15 cows, farmer 170.

Plant Edward, wood turner, emp. Frary Bros., bds, Central House. 

Pratt David, (Waterbury Center) retired farmer, aged 85, h and 10 acres.

Prescott George W., (Waterbury Center) r 12, farmer 15.

Prescott Hannah, (Waterbury Center) r 12, widow of Harvey, 200 sugar trees, 7 cows, farm 75.

Prescott I. Jewett, (Waterbury Center) r 15, 350 sugar trees, 18 cows, farmer 140.

Prescott Lyman, (Waterbury Center) r 36, 14 grade Jersey cows, and farmer 100.
Pride Polly, widow of Amasa, resident, h Main.

Pinneo Bulah A., widow of Heman, h Main.

Proctor Ann, r 33, widow of Asa, carpet weaver, h and lot.

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RANDALL GEORGE W., manuf. of dimension timber, shingles, hard wood lumber, 100 cows, breeder of young cattle and horses, interval land 200, other farming land 800, timberland 3,000, h Main.

Ravelin Joseph, r 29, farm laborer, emp. H. C. Gleason.

Ravey Henry, r 40, farmer 7.

Redmond William, engineer, emp. Frary Bros., h Main.

Remington Joel, r 33, 500 sugar trees, breeder of grade Jersey cattle, 20 cows, farmer 175.

Remington Martha M., widow of Azariah B., resident.

Rhoads Nathaniel A , manuf. of cider and cider vinegar, and meat tubs, Mill Village, h Stowe cor. Union.

RICHARDSON CARLOS E., dealer in dry goods, ready-made clothing, boots, shoes, hats and caps, Stowe cor. Main, h Union.

Ricker Dilly, r 9, widow of Jackson, h and 7 acres.

Ricker Gideon, r 6, 1,000 sugar trees, 17 cows, farmer, owns the Ricker homestead 250.

Ricker Henry J., (Waterbury Center) r 12, farmer.

Ricker Simon, r 6, 1,000 sugar trees, 17 cows, farmer 124, and leases of Gideon the Ricker homestead 250.

Ring David P., railroad baggage master, h Main.

Ring John, r 20, farmer for his father, Thomas.

Ring Thomas r 20, 500 sugar trees 10 cows, farmer 125.

ROBERTS LUKE J., (Roberts & Deavitt Bros.) 400 sugar trees, 16 grade Jersey cows breeder of Chester white swine and farmer 100.

ROBERTS & DEAVITT BROS., (Luke J. R., and John J. and Daniel P. D.) manufs. of spruce, hemlock and hard wood lumber, clapboards and shingles, props. dry-house, planing and dressing-mills, timberland 112, Colbyville.

Robinson Alvah U., wood turner, emp. Frary Bros., bds. Trotter House.

ROB ROBINSON AMOS, (Moscow, Lamoille Co.) r 12, 300 sugar trees, breeder of fine horses, 5 head, 4 head young cattle, farmer 110.

Robinson Carrie E. Miss, (Waterbury Center) off r 12, teacher, daughter of Charles C.

ROBINSON CHARLES C., (Waterbury Center) off r 12, 400 sugar trees, 15 grade Durham cows, 15 head young cattle, 50 sheep, farmer 200.

Robinson Charles D., (Batchelder & Robinson) h Main.

Robinson Ernest, (Moscow, Lamoille Co.) r 12, farmer with his father, Amos. 

Robinson Ethel C. Miss, (Waterbury Center) r 12, teacher, daughter of Charles C.

Robinson Harvey P., (Waterbury Center) off r 12, farmer with his father, Charles C.

Robinson Julia A., (Waterbury Center) widow of Noah, h Stowe road. 

Root John, laborer, h and lot Main. 

Root M. J. Mrs., dressmaker, h Main.

ROWELL SILAS J., supt. dairy farm of C. C. Warren, h Main.

Ruggles Rhoda M. Mrs., widow of George L. F., dressmaker, h Main.

Russell Ethan A., (Waterbury Center) 700 sugar trees, 12, grade Durham cows, farmer 120, h Maple.

Russell Lewie W., (Waterbury Center) farmer with his father, Ethan, h Maple.

Ryan John, r 32, 20 cows, breeder of horses, farmer 150.

Ryan John, Jr., r 32, 20 cows, breeder of horses, farmer 150.

Ryan Nellie E. Miss, r 32, teacher, daughter of John.

Ryan Patrick, r 32, farmer with his father, John.

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Safford Frank, laborer, emp. C. C. Warren, h n depot.

Safford Henry, foreman tanner and stationary engineer for C. C. Warren, h Stowe, Mill Village.

SAMPSON S. CHARLES, tanner, emp. C. C. Warren, h Stowe, Mill Village.

Sanborn Thomas T., retired deputy collector of customs, and one-armed veteran, served in Co. I, 17th Vt. Vols., h Main.

Sawyer George R., (Waterbury Center) r 18, 1,000 sugar trees, 15 cows, farmer, leases on shares of Joseph Wheeler 200.

Scagel Flora Miss, teacher, bds. with Miss H. E. Waldo, Main.

Scott Orril E., dealer in watches, jewelry, spectacles and silverware, Stowe, h do.

SEABURY EDWARD T., prop. Seabury's gristmill, and dealer in grain, corn meal, flour and feed, Mill Village, h do.

Selleck James, (Waterbury Center) retired wool-carder and cloth dresser, h and 2 acres:

SHAW BRADLEY W., r 19 1/2, 300 sugar trees, breeder of grade Jersey cattle, 14 cows, farmer 130, and timberland 40.

SHELDON CHARLES M., pastor Cong. church, bds. Waterbury Hotel.

Sheple Elliot W., retired stage driver, h and lot Main.

Sheple. Hollis S., town liquor agent, retired harnessmaker and carrriage trimmer, h Main.

SHEPLE JAMES E., dealer in general hardware, stoves, ranges, iron, steel, tinware, sugar tools, farm implements, etc., 15 grade Jersey cows, prop. of a line of village water works, owns Sheple homestead 64 acres, farm adjoining 94, Stowe, h Main.

Sherman Cornelius P., retired blacksmith, h Stowe, resides with F. B. Taylor, Stowe. 

Shores Andrew, laborer, h Clay. 

Sleeper George E., teacher of penmanship in Green Mountain seminary.

Sleeper James W., r 34, 600 sugar trees, 10 cows, farmer 100.

Sleeper Orlana, (Waterbury Center) widow of Hiram M., h Stowe road.

Smalley Aaron K., (Waterbury Center) r 16, carpenter.

Smalley George B., (Waterbury Center) r 15, 400 sugar trees, 14 cows, farmer, leases of James Demeritt 150. 

SMITH A. E. Mrs., dressmaker, h Main.

Smith Arva H., (Harwood & Smith) bds. Main.

Smith Betsey C., widow of Joseph G., h Main.

Smith Carrie A. Miss, (Waterbury Center) daughter of Harvey P., teacher.

Smith Charles, r 29, sawyer and farmer 17.

Smith Charles L., resident, h Colbyville. 

Smith Charles L. Mrs., dressmaker. h Colbyville.

SMITH DAN P., (Waterbury Center) r 36, 500 sugar trees, breeder and dealer in horses, 9 head, prop. of stock horse "Abram, Jr.," 12 cows, farmer 410.

Smith Emery H., (Waterbury Center) f 12, 400 sugar trees, farmer 23.

SMITH FRANK N., (Waterbury Center) town clerk, lister, justice of the peace, postmaster, fire insurance agent, and conveyancer.

Smith George E., pastor M. E. church, parsonage Winooski. 

SMITH GEORGE F., (Waterbury Center) r 11, farmer with his father, H. F.

Smith Harvey P., (Waterbury Center) carpenter and wheelwright.

SMITH HORSCHEL F., (Waterbury Center) r 11, land surveyor, 250 sugar trees, 150 apple trees, 6 cows, grower of young cattle, farmer 53.

Smith Thomas E., milk dealer, h Main.

Somerville Joseph, 50 cows, and farmer, h Main. 

Spicer William H., r 35, 400 sugar trees, 200 grafted apple trees, breeder of pure blood Jersey cattle, reg., 20 grade and full blood Jersey cows, farmer 140. 

Stearns Aurora, r 28, widow of George, farm 130.

Stearns Jonas, r 40, 300 sugar trees, 10 grade Jersey cows, farmer 75.

STEARNS ORREN W., (,Waterbury Center) r 17, 250 sugar trees, 20 cows, breeder of grade Jersey cattle and fine horses, farmer 250.

STEARNS SAMUEL F., (Waterbury Center) 250 sugar trees, 7 cows, farmer 50, h Maple.

STEVENS CHARLES H., (Waterbury Center) r 18, 1,000 sugar trees, 10 cows, farmer 175, owns with H. F. Hill timberland 250.

Stewart Milo C., retired, h and lot Main.

Stockwell Hiram, r 23 cor. 24, 50 apple trees, farmer 15.

Stone Albert, r 29, 10 cows, farmer 120.

Stowell Samuel H. Mrs., h Union.

STRANAHAN MILLARD F., merchant tailor, Main head of Stowe, h do. 

Straw A. T. & Co., (Hiram F. Wrisley) dealers in furniture, Main.

Straw Alvinzy T., (A. T. Straw & Co.) house painter, h Main.

STRAW CALVIN, house painter and paper hanger, h Mill Village. 

Straw Etta A. Miss, teacher, resides Main.

Sulham Walter S., violinist and member of Waterbury citizens' cornet band, h off Main.

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Talbert Avon J., r 9, farmer.

Tate Joseph, (Waterbury Center) r 18, 700 sugar trees, 10 cows, farmer 150.

TATRO JRRY A., r 40, 300 sugar trees, 9 cows, farmer 190.

Tatro Peter, r 38, farmer 18.

Taylor Frank B., dealer in groceries, provisions, confectionery, fruits, nuts, tobacco, agricultural implements, tinware, etc., Stowe, h Union.

Templeton Fred E., (Waterbury Center) farm laborer, h Stowe road.

Templeton Nancy J., (Waterbury Center) widow of Frank, h Stowe road.

TENNEY LEONARD, retired Cong. clergyman, aged 73, h Winooski.

Thompson Charles B., r 43, farm 160.

Thompson Emily, widow of Alvinzy, aged 82, h Main.

Thompson George H., r 43, 300 sugar trees, 10 cows, farmer, leases on shares of Charles B. 160.

Thompson Harriet A. Miss, resident, h Main.

Thompson Joseph, r 33, 400 sugar trees, breeder of pure blood Jersey and Holstein cattle, 25 cows, farmer 218.

Thompson Joseph, Jr., r 33, farmer for his father.

Thurston James T., (Waterbury Center) r 12, farmer 4.

Town Albert J., r 9, mason, 500 sugar trees, farmer 100.

Town Chancy, (Waterbury Center) r 12, 400 sugar trees and farmer 50.

Town Chancy G., (Waterbury Center) r 11, 200 sugar trees and farmer 55.

Town Daniel, r 29, 300 sugar trees, 10 cows, farmer 60.

Town Frank E., (Waterbury Center) farm laborer, h Mill.

Town Fred E., (Waterbury Center) farm laborer, h Mill.

TOWN GEORGE, r 29, farmer with his father, Daniel.

Town Ira A., (Waterbury Center) farm laborer, h Mill.

Town Leon A., (Waterbury Center) farm laborer, h Mill.

Town Lucia, (Waterbury Center) widow of Ira, resident, h Mill.

TOWN LUKE S., r 40, 350 sugar trees, breeder of grade Jersey cattle, 21 cows, farmer 180.

Town Luther C., r 28, 400 sugar trees, 10 cows, farmer, leases on shares of Mrs. Aurora Stearns 130.

Town Martha A. Mrs., r 15, 30 cows, farm 300. 

Town Seth, r 34, retired farmer.

Town Silas C., r 35, 350 sugar trees, 22 cows, farmer, leases on shares of Justin W. Moody about 135.

TOWNE CHARLES C., (Waterbury Center) r 13, 400 sugar trees, 20 cows, farmer, leases on shares of C. F. Clough.

Towne Eugene R., r 23, 300 sugar trees, breeder of Jersey cattle, reg., 42 grade and full blood Jersey cows, 30 head other stock, and farmer.

Townsend Lizzie E. Miss, (Waterbury Center) milliner.

TROTTER HOUSE, E. J. Ennis, prop., Main.

Turner Augustus, laborer, h Stowe.

Turner Carlos W., farm laborer, resides Winooski.

Turner Edward L., carpenter, owns timberland 30, h Winooski.

Turner Levi C., photographer, resides Winooski.

Turner Orson C., retired farmer and book canvasser; h Main.

Turney John, r 41 cor. 40, breeder of horses, 400 sugar trees, 15 cows, farmer 300.

Turney Martin, r 40, 400 sugar trees, 10 cows, farmer 210.

Turney Thomas, r 21, 250 sugar trees, 16 cows, farmer 100.

Tyler Mary A., r 39, widow of Payson, owns with her mother, Mehitable Greene, and her brother, DeWitt C. Greene, farm 190.

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Vorce Sophia, (Waterbury Center) r 11, widow of Henry, resides with her son William H.

Vorce William H., (Waterbury Center) r 11, farmer with his wife's father, James Gregg.

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Wade William M., retired farmer, aged 67, h Main.

Waldo Harriet E. Miss, dressmaker, h Main.

Wallace Edwin G., (Waterbury Center) r 11; prop. threshing and wood sawing machine, 1,400 sugar trees, 22 grade Jersey cows, farmer about 250.

Wallace George W., r 33, 20 cows, farmer, leases on shares of G. W. Randall 180.

WALLACE SIDNEY, r 28, 400 sugar trees, breeder of full blood and grade Jersey cattle, 20 cows, 100 apple trees, 60 pear trees, 12 plum trees, farmer 170.

WARREN GEORGE W., (Waterbury Center) r 29, 800 sugar trees, 16 cows, farmer 214.

Warren Horace A., (Waterbury Center) blacksmith, Stowe road, h do.

Warren Hortensia, (Waterbury Center:) r 29, widow of George W., resides on the estate of her husband. 

Warren Jay H., (Waterbury Center) r 29, butcher, administrator and manager of the estate of his father, George W., 214.

WASHBURNE GEORGE C., physician and surgeon, Railroad n cor. Stowe, h do.

WATERBURY HOTEL, B. Barrett & Son, props., open all the year, and for summer boarders, Main n R. R. depot.

Waterbury National Bank, capital, $100,000; surplus, $30,000; Hon. Paul Dillingham, pres.; William P. Dillingham, vice-pres.; Charles Wells, cashier, Main.

WATERBURY NEWS, C. C. Clough, editor and prop., issued every Thursday. 

WATTS AARON W., (Waterbury Canter) r 26, farmer with his father, Oscar F.

Watts Loren D.; r 20, 10 cows and farmer 105.

Watts Louise S., widow of Zenas, h and lot Stowe. 

Watts Oscar F., (Waterbury Center) r 26, 1,000 sugar trees, grower of young, cattle and horses, 10 cows, farmer 225.

Watts Pamelia L., widow of Alfred, h Stowe.

WATTS RUFUS A., (Waterbury Center) r 26, (Watts Bros., of Waltham, Mass.) carpenter.

Way Ormond B., retired mechanic, h Stowe.

Webster Harvey Rev., (Waterbury Center) pastor M. E. church, parsonage Stowe road.

Wells Charles, cashier Waterbury National bank, and town treasurer, h and lot, h Union.

Wells Charles E., r 43, painter.

Wells Edwin H., r 43, carriage and sign painter, farmer 8. 

WHEELER JOSEPH S., (Waterbury Center) r 24, justice of the peace, lister, 350 sugar trees, 8 grade Jersey cows, breeder of fine horses, grower of young cattle, farmer 60, owns on Loomis hill 14 cows, 1 yoke oxen, farm 260, and mountain land 62.

WHEELER TIMOTHY, (Waterbury Center) r 24, correspondent of the American Cultivator, New England Homestead, Mirror and Farmer, St. Johnsbury Republican, and Rural Vermonter, grower of strawberries and garden vegetables, woodland 7.

Wheelock James T., dentist, Taylor block, Stowe, h do.

White Charles F., r 31, farm laborer.

White Cornelius A., (Waterbury Center) r 17, farmer 10. 

White Horace L., (Waterbury Center) r 4, farmer with his father, Lewis J.

White Lewis J., (Waterbury Center) 300 sugar trees, 16 Southdown sheep, 15 cows, 10 head young cattle, farmer 124, and timberland in Stowe, Lamoille Co., 50.

WHITE & LARD, (Waterbury Center) r 4, (L. J. and H. L. W., and Walter W. L.) dealers in live stock, props. of threshing and wood sawing machine, 300 sugar trees, 15 cows, 16 Southdown sheep, 6 horses, 10 head young cattle, farmers 124, and timberland 50. 

Whitney Julius H., r 4, carpenter, and farmer 75.

Whitney Riley, (Waterbury Center) retired farmer, h and 5 acres.

Wild Laura L., widow of Rev. Daniel, h Main.

Wilkins Charles V., r 21, 250 sugar trees, 16 cows, farmer, leases of Thomas Turney 100.

Willey Martin, (Waterbury Center) r 11, 200 sugar trees, farmer 90.

Woodard Phinney H., 700 sugar trees, farmer 175, h Main. 

Williams John, gunsmith, Stowe, h do. 

Williams Sarah J., (Waterbury Center) widow of Hiram, dressmaker, h Stowe road.

Wood Matthewson J., r 19, lumberman, 400 sugar trees, 20 cows, farmer 175.

Woodward Edgar, r 9, lumberman, and farmer 48.

Woodward Edwin T., farm laborer, h Main.

Woodward Eugene O., r 34, laborer.

Woodward L. S. Miss, administratrix of the estate of D. D., 500 sugar trees, and farm 140, h Main.

Woodward Lyman. r 33, retired farmer.

Woodward William, (Waterbury Center) off r 9, farmer 16.

Woolworth Edwin M., (Waterbury Center) carpenter, contractor and builder.

Wooster James F., stone mason, h Railroad.

Wright Carroll A., r 29, 200 sugar trees, 13 cows, 1 yoke oxen, farmer 100.

WRISLEY ALVIN S., dental surgeon, h and 1 acre Stowe. 

Wrisley Charles S., stone mason, h Main.

Wrisley Hiram F., (A. T. Straw & Co.) h at Duxbury Center.

Wrisley John E., resident, bds. Union.

Wrisley Lester C., salesman, emp. William Cooley, bds. Main.

Wrisley Russel, blacksmith, h Union.

Wrisley Warner W., (Waterbury Center) grower of strawberries, and dealer in wood h and 3/4 acre.

Wyman Charles E., dealer in dry goods, clothing, carpets, oil cloths, boots and shoes, Stowe cor. Main, h Winooski.

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York Alfred, retired, aged 80, h Stowe. 
 
 

Business Directory
Gazetteer Of Washington County, Vt. 1783-1899, 
Compiled and Published by Hamilton Child,
Edited By William Adams.
The Syracuse Journal Company, Printers and Binders.
Syracuse, N. Y.; April, 1889.
Pages 202-221

Transcribed by Karima Allison, 2003