Directory is arranged as follows: ~ 

1.  Name of individual or firm. 

2.  Postoffice address in parenthesis. 

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

4.  Business or occupation. 

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

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

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

ABBREVIATIONS.—Ab.,above; ave., avenue; bds., boards; bet., between; cor., corner; E., east; h., house; manuf., manufacturer; N., north; n., near; opp., opposite; prop., proprietor; reg., registered as applied to live stock; S., south; W., west.  The word street is implied. 


Adams Charles, (Mt. Tabor,) r 4 1/2, laborer. 

Asher Joseph, (Mt. Tabor,) r 7, laborer. 


Badger Joseph, (Mt. Tabor,) r 7, teamster. 

Bailey Charley, (Mt. Tabor,) r 4 1/2, laborer. 

Baker Holden, (Weston, Windsor Co.,) r 6, farmer, leases of S. P. Howe 325. 

Baker Merrill T., (North Dorset, Bennington Co.,) r 8, cheese maker. 

Baker Sanford M., (North Dorset, Bennington Co.,) r 8, farmer 70. 

Barrett Anthony, (Mt. Tabor,) r 7, engineer. 

Barrett Melvin, (Mt. Tabor,) r 7, town clerk, school teacher and sawyer. 

Barrett Theodore, (Mt. Tabor,) r 7, box nailer. 

Blair John, (Danby,) r 7, teamster. 

Bond Edson B., (Danby,) r 7, lister and laborer. 

Bond Frank E., (Mt. Tabor,) r 4 1/2, clerk for S. L. Griffith.

Bridge Lyman, (Mt. Tabor,) r 7, teamster. 


Canary James, (Danby,) r 9, farmer 100. 

Colvin Albert S., (Danby,) r 8, farmer, son of Reuben. 

Colvin Reuben, (Danby,) r 8, selectman, carpenter and joiner, and farmer, leases of Gideon Tabor, of Danby, 150. 

Cook Horace A., (Mt. Tabor,) r 4 1/2, blacksmith and wheelwright 

Cook William F., (Mt. Tabor,) r 4 1/2, blacksmith, son of Horace A. 

Crohan Martin, (Danby,) r 9, farmer, leases of James Canary 100. 


Dougan James, (Mt. Tabor,) r 4 1/2, book-keeper for S. L. Griffith. 


Farmer Enos, (Weston, Windsor Co.,) r 6, farmer 100. 

Foley Edmond, (Danby,) r 8, musician and farmer, son of Martin. 

Foley James, (Danby,) r 8, carpenter and joiner, and farmer, son of Martin. 

Foley Martin, (Danby,) r 8, farmer 430. 


Greenwood Jesse, (Mt. Tabor,) r 4 1/2, charcoal burner. 

Griffith Hiram (Danby,) r 7, farmer about 200. 

Griffith James P., (Danby,) off r 9, lumberman, prop. saw mill, farmer 70 and of timber land 760. 

Griffith Silas L., (Danby,) r 7, general merchant, charcoal and lumber manufacturer, owns a large tract of timber land, home in Danby. 

Griffith & McIntyre, (Danby,) (Silas L. G. and Eugene McI.,) manufs. and dealers in lumber and charcoal. 


Hosley Curtiss, (Weston, Windsor Co.,) r 10, farmer 100. 

HOWE LUTHER P., (Danby,) r 7, deputy sheriff, justice of the peace, insurance agent, and farmer toe. 

Hunter John, (Mt. Tabor,) r 4, laborer. Johnston James G., (Mt. Tabor,) charcoal burner. 


Kelly Thomas G., (Mt. Tabor,) r 4 1/2, harness maker, works for S. L. Griffith. 

KING JAMES C., (Mt. Tabor,) r 7, postmaster, lister, magnetic healer, lumberman, stock raiser and farmer 10, and in Colorado 400.


Lane Daniel H., (Danby,) r 9, town representative, selectman, supt. of schools, teacher and farmer 80. 

Lewis James H., (Mt. Tabor,) r 4 1/2, laborer. 

Lincoln Hiram W., (Mt. Tabor,) r 7, farmer 10. 


Marett Fred, (Mt. Tabor,) r 4 1/2, laborer. 

McClure Ezra, (Mt. Tabor,) r 4 1/2, sawyer. 

McIntyre Eugene, (Danby,) (Griffith & McIntyre.) 

Millard Ellis A., (Danby,) r 8, dairy 20 cows, wool grower, 120 sheep, farmer 300 and timber land 1,100. 

Millard Merrett F., (Danby,) r 8, farmer, leases of Ellis A. 300. 

Miller Anthony, (Mt. Tabor,) off r 7, farmer 15. 

Minett Henry, (Danby,) r 7, wagon maker. 

Minett John, (Danby,) r 7, wagon maker. 

MORE ELI A., (Mt. Tabor,) r 51, sawyer. 

More Patrick, (Mt. Tabor,) r 7, laborer. 


Nichols Adolphus, (Mt. Tabor,) r 7, laborer. 

Nichols Nathaniel E., (Mt. Tabor,) r 7, justice of the peace, prop. saw and planing mill, box and measure factory, and farmer, leases of A. S. Baker, of Danby 25, owner of timber land 120. 


Odett Lewis, (Danby,) r 4 1/2, laborer. 


Paro Peter, (Mt. Tabor,) r 4 1/2, laborer. 

Pember Lorenzo D., (Mt. Tabor,) r 7, resident. 


Ralph Henry R., (Mt. Tabor,) r 4 1/2, laborer. 

RAMO CLEMMENCE, (Danby,) r 4 1/2, wood jobber. 

Ramo Marcell, (Danby,) r 4 1/2, laborer. 

Reni Thomas, (Mt. Tabor,) r 4 1/2, carpenter and joiner. 

Riners Julius, (South Wallingford,) farmer, leases of Geo. Hadwin, of Danby. 

Risdon Daniel C., (Mt. Tabor,) r 7, deputy postmaster and mechanic. 

RISDON GEORGE C., (Mt. Tabor,) assistant postmaster and grocer. 


Sargent Charles, (Mt. Tabor,) r 4 1/2, laborer. 

Sargent J ohn, (Mt. T abor,) r 7, laborer.

Sawyer Eber D., (Mt. Tabor,) r 6, farmer 100 

Sears John, (Mt. Tabor,) r 7, laborer. 

Sheldon Israel D., (Danby,) r 8, farmer, leases of Hiram Griffith about 200. 

St. Mars John B., (Mt. Tabor,) r 7, lumberman, prop. saw mill. 

Staples Edward L., (Mt. Tabor,) r 7, town treasurer, foreman for S. L. Griffith. 

Streeter Elbridge N., (Mt. Tabor,) r 7, carpenter and joiner. 

Syre Hubert, (Mt. Tabor,) r 7, laborer. 


Tabor Sophia Miss, (Danby,) r 8, farmer 75, eighty years of age. 

Taft Lewis N., (Mt. Tabor,) r 7, laborer, with William J. 

Taft William J., (Mt. Tabor,) r 7, teamster. 

Tennirille Adolphus,. (Mt. Tabor,) r 7, laborer. 

Thompson Amasa, (Mt. Tabor,) r 7, resident. 


Wight Ezra G., (Danby,) agent B. & R. R. R., telegraph operator and express agent, home in Danby. 

Winship Elijah G., (Mt. Tabor,) r 7, teamster. 

Winship Fremont J., (Mt. Tabor,) r 7, teamster. 

WINSHIP MARTHA, (Mt. Tabor,) r 7, widow of Reuben, resident. 

Winship Theodore A., (Mt. Tabor,) r 7, teamster.

Gazetteer and Business Directory of  Rutland  County, VT.;
1881-82, Compiled and Published by Hamilton Child;
Syracuse, N.Y.; Printed at the Journal Office
August 1881, Part Two, Pages 371-373.

Transcribed by Karima Allison 2004