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Aldermen. 1st ward: Silas Owen. 2d ward: Nathan Shaver.
3d ward : Thomas Nolan. 4th ward : Thomas Ryan.

School Commissioners. 1st wa:d: Jas. Doherty. 2d ward: Geo.
T. Carter. 3d ward: Matthew Fitzpatrick. 4th ward; Malachi Ball.

Constables. 1st ward : Patrick Hanly. 2d ward : John Hay. 3d
ward : John H. Condley. 4th ward : Edward Kenney.

Inspectors of Election. 1st ward : Edward J. M Alear, M. Meagher,
Jno. H. Graves. 2d ward : Jas. Van Benthuysen, A. K. Dixon, Hugh
Cahill. 3d ward : Thos. Scott, Michael Sheehan, Chas. D. Gilman.
4th ward : Geo. Whitney, Francis Keegan, Wesley Miller.
(By appointment.)

Excise Commissioner. Daniel M Intosh (to fill vacancy).

Fire Warden. Henry C. Hibbard (to fill vacancy).

1876.
(Elected.)

Mayor. David J. Johnston.

Police Commissioner. Edwin Hitchcock.

Assessor. Timothy Moore.

Supervisors. 1st ward : Thos. Murphy. 2d ward : Frank Brown,
Jr. 3d ward : Thos. Golden. 4th ward : Joseph Stewart. 5th ward :
Geo. E. Simmons.

Aldermen. 1st ward : Eugene Conway. 2d ward : Jno. V. S.
Lansing. 3d ward : Daniel E. M Intosh. 4th ward : Philip E. Mar-



APPENDIX. 305

shall. 5t7i ward : Daniel M Elwain, 1 year, Michael English, 2 years.

ScJiool Commissioners. 1st ward: Patrick J. M Kee. 2d ward:
Theodore W. Pease. 3d ward : Edward Monk, kth ward : Geo. Van
Der Cook. 5th ward : Peter Murray, 1 year, Geo. C. Daley, 2 years.

Constables. 1st ward: John Coleman. 2d ward: Lees Wrigley.
3d ward : John Crowley. 4 h ward : Henry R. Dickey. 5th ward :
John Doran.

Inspectors of Election. 1st ward: Jas. Deecher, Edward Ward,
Frank Simpson. 2d ward : Burton W. Crandall, John McEwan, R.
J. Powers. 3d ward : Thomas Scott, Louis G. LeBoeuf, Charles D.
Gilman. 4th ward : Wm. C. Demarest, Wesley Miller, Bernard Linnen.
5th ward : Edmund Barret, John Kennedy, John Cooley.
(By appointment.)

Excise Commissioners. Wm. Whitehill, Chas. S. Longley, John
Carter.

Street Superintendent. James Hay.

Health Officer. Geo. H. Billings.

Poundmaster. Abram H. Fonda.

/Sealer of Weights and Measures. Bernard Ryan.

Fire Wardens. Harry Hibbard, Nelson White, Alex. Brown, Frank
Fonda.

City Clerk. John H. Egan.

City Attorney. Peter D. Niver.

City Engineer. John W. Ford.

Overseer of Poor. Michael Breen.



MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE FROM COHOES.

Assembly.

1858, Charles H. Adams. 1869, 70, John Tighe.

1866, James F. Crawford. 1875, Alfred Le Roy.

Senate.

1872, Charles H. Adams.

MEMBER OF CONGRESS.

1873, Charles H. Adams.



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INDEX.



Abbey, Chas.E., 160.

Abbey, Wm , 161.

Abbott, Geo. L, 88, 91, 260, 274, 295.

Abel, James, 270.

Aberhart, John, 161.

Ablett, James W., 160.
Ablett, Wm. H., 160.

Achesou, Bernard, 304.

Acheson, James, 159.

Acheson, John, 161.

Acheson, Wm., 136, 155, 217, 225, 262.

Ackley, Oscar L., 161, 276.

Adams, A. W., 250.

Adams, C. H., 78, 110, 115, 119, 129, 130,
134, 136, 140, 148, 159, 175, 178, 193,
194, 201, 208, 249, 271, 296, 298, 301,
305.

Adams, Cortland, 161.

Adams s Block, built, 199.

Adams s Mill, 132, 175, 244.

Adams, Daniel M., 16U, 263, 304.

Adams, Geo. M., 160.

Adams, Henry, 271.

Adams, James, 38.

Adams, Hev. James, 252.

Adams Steamer Co., 194, 259.

Adams Steamer, 229 ; horses for, 215.

Adams, Stephen H., 110.

Adams, Wm. L., 23, 29, 234.

Adams Zouaves, 232, 262.

Adams s Island. See Van SchaicTc s Is
land.

Agim. John, 161.

Aiken, David, 297.

Aiken, W. H., 261.

Aitkin, James, 260, 263.

Alaska Knitting Co., 198.

Albany Pin Co., 127, 142.

Albany water supply, 129.

Alcombrack family, 45.

Alcombrack, Jacob, 161.

Alden & Frink, 153.

Aid n, Frink & Biugham, 131, 132, 134,
174.

Alden, Frink & Weston, 175, 176, 190,
191.

Albion, James, 160.

Alden, Sidney, 85, 131, 132, 141, 148, 298.

AldeuHoseCo., 259.

Alexander, Andrew, 88.

Alexander, Benj. M., 287.

Alexander, Bradley, 295.

Allen, Campbell, 113.

Allen, Lester, 116.

Allen, Rev. Mr., 253.

Alrny, Joseph. Jr., 141, 286.

Alston, William, 160.



American Hosiery Mill. See Smith,
Gregory & Co., Gregory & Hitter.

Andrae, Michael, 161, 263.

Andrews, Captain, 54, 58.

Anthony, Israel, 40, 54.

Anthony, Jacob, 69.

Archer, G. K., 137.

Ardron, Richard, 290.

Archambault, Joseph, 292.

Armitage, Rev. Thos., 253.

Arnold, Collins, 206, 247.

Arnold, Jonathan D., 160.

Artesian well, 211.

Arthur, Alex., 303.

Arthur, Wm. Jr., 141, 160.

Ashdown, Arthur, 161.

Ashworth, Henry, 283.

Assemblymen, from Cohoes, 305.

Atheson, Jos., 282.

Atkinson. John H., 203, 228.

Atlantic Mill, 192, 212, 244.

Atridge, Thomas C., 16.

Atridge, Timothy, 294.

Atridge, Timothy, Jr., 301, 303.

Attorney of city, 227, 230.

Atwood, Joseph, 281.

Augsburg, David, 160.

Authier Bros., 228, 249.

Auringer, Isaac, 155.

Austin, Geo., 161.

Axe factories, production of, 1847, 87 ;
enlarged, 115; statistics of, 1876,
245.

Axe factory, 119, 120, 128, 146, 175, 176,
207 ; burned, 222, 227, 228 ; estab
lished, 64, 76, 235.

Ayres, Alexis, 83, 99.

Ayres, Edward, 280.

Ayres, Isaac D., 98, 99, 287.

Babcock, Rev. Theodore, 252.

Badgley, Philip, 268.

Bagley, William, 161.

Bailey, Gustavus, 181.

Bailey, Joshua, 61, 62, 63, 72, 113, 115,

119, 120, 127, 128, 129, 134, 148, 161,

290, 301.

Bailey, Joshua, Sen., 2.70.
Bailey M fg Co., 115, 119.
Bailey, Milton, 271.
Bailey, Timothy, 61, 62, 63, 72, 78, 80,

87, 104, 132.
Baker, A. S., 248.
Baker, Chas. H., 161.
Baker, John, 53, 65, 82, 120, 137, 142, 299.
Baker, John A., 161.
Baldwin, Samuel, 53, 57, 82.



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INDEX.



Baldwin & Baker, 82.

Ball, Daniel, 275.

Ball, Jerome, 161.

Ball, Malacbi, 98, 114, 156, 195, 297, 300,

304.

Ballard, A. J., 296.
Ballard, John, 194.
Ballard, Joseph E., 285.
Ballentyne, Wm., 285.
Bank of Cohoes, 140, 249.
Bank, The Manufacturers 1 , established,

209.

Bannon, James, 161.
Baptist church, damaged, 229 ; enlarged,

213 ; history of, 252 ; organized, 72 ;

built, 93; parsonage of, 199; re
built, 115, 116.

Baptist German church, 254.
Barber, C. P., 128, 132.
Barber, Rev. C., 253.
Barber & Leckie, 128.
Barclay, James, 272.
Barclay, Thos., 288.
Barker, Calvin, 38,50.
Barlow, Samuel, 161.
Bamerick. Wm., 302.
Bartlett, Ebenezer, 72.
Barrett, Edward, 303, 305.
Barrett, Edward S., 162.
Barrett, John, 162.
Barrett, Wm. B., 98.
Barrie, James, 260.
Barter, James, 259.
Barton, Robert, 291.
Base-ball club, 141.
Basin, A., 76 ; constructed, 58, 63 ; B.,

constructed, 58.
Bassett, Rev. J., 33.
Bat factory burned, 105, 222.
Battin, J., 119.
Baxter, Wm., 120.
Bayard, Augustus Willard, 161.
Bayard, Wm. H., 282.
Beach, Josiah H., 72.
Bean, Wm., 248.
Beaver, Lawrence, 162.
Becker, Arthur T., 127, 141, 175, 194.
Becker, S. A., 64, 145, 148, 157, 245.
Bedell, Moses, 122.
Bedford, Henry, 156.
Bedstead factory, 75, 80, 87, 93, 120, 124,

137, 142, 246.
Beecher family, 43.
Beeman, Wm., 297.
Bell, Alexander, 280.
Belville, John, 290.
Bemis, Luke, 81. 88, 91, 92, 97, 100.
Bender, C. W., 127.
Benedict, Rev. T., 253.
Benedict, Wm. It., 139, 156, 264, 302,

303.

Bennett, John, 161.
Bennett, Lyman, 190.
Bennett, Napoleon, 161.
Benson, Chas. L., 283.
Benson, Ebenezer, 284.
Benson, Egbert C., 161.
Benson, Nathan L., 296, 298.
Bentley, A. C., 69.
Bentley, Chas., 161.
Benton, Buckley T., 212.



Bezner, Herman, 204, 218, 224.

Bilbrough, Samuel, 120, 190,244.

Bilbrough, Sam l & Dubuque, 223.

Billings, Dr. Geo. H., 141, 260, 303, 305.

Billings, H. C., 92, 104.

Bills & Sage, 147.

Bindewald, William, 291.

Bingham, Rev. A. J., 159, 253, 257, 281.

Bingham, Willard, 131.

Binns, Wm., 296.

Birdseye, Chas. C., 241.

Biscornette, John, 155.

Biscornette, Jos., 284.

Bisschof, Jacob, 155.

Black. G. G., 261.

Blair, Frederick, 161.

Blair, John, 133.

Blake, Dr., 274.

Blake & Sons, 146.

Blakely, Chas. II., 271.

Blakely. Guv, 288, 300.

Blakely, W. L, 156.

Blanchard, Rev. Hiram, 254.

Blinn, Rev. H. G., 253.

Blower, Joshua, 52.

Blum, William H., 161.

Board of Health, appointed, 104.

Boai d of Trade, proposed, 217.

Boat Club, Cohoes, 264.

Bobbin factory, 120, 128, 137, 142.

Bogardns, Rev. C., 33.

Boght, the, 15, 17 ; church, 32, 33, 39 ;

road, 225. See also Manor avenue.
Bogue, li. S., 122, 142, 143, 148, 178,

182, 190, 208, 216, 226, 296, 297, 304.
Boley, Thomas, 268.
Bonce, John G., 49, 121.
Bonding the city, 225.
Boomhower, Edward, 156.
Booth, Joseph, 155.
Bordwell, Allen, 276.
Bortell, H., 144.
Bortcll, Wm. H.,107.
Boss, Chas., 161.
Bolton, Richard, 255.
Bouchard, Frank, 162.
Boucher, Geo., 161.
Boudrias, Dr. Louis, 263, 293.
Boudrias, Dr. William, 293.
Boulevard bill, 208.
Bowler, Michael, 298, 300.
Bowler, Robert, 156.
Bowler, William, 294.
Bradford, Geo. S., 78.
Kradley, Wm. J., 188.
Bradshaw, Geo., 161.
Brady, John, 298.
Brnult, Alfred, 303.
Bray, Geo., 43.
Bray, Joseph, 161.
Bray, William, 161.
Breen, Michael, 304, 305.
Brennan, Dennis, 161.
Brennan, Edward, 280, 299.
Brennan, Martin, 302.
Brennan, Michael, 291.
Brewery, built, 173.
Bricks, first made, 61 ; manufacture,

247.
Bridge on Johnston ave., 236 ; at White

street, 191; to Lansiiigburg, 234;



INDEX.



309



Bridge, to Van Schaick s Island, 210,
234; Waterford, completed, 210; to
Waterford, 39, 45; the first built,
33 ; described, 34 ; laws concerning,
35, 36; burned, 207; rebuilt, 49, 121,
122.

Bridges, repairs of, 108, 109.
Bridgeford. John, 182.
Brierly, John, 161, 275.
Brigamuel, Fred., 156.
Briggs, R.T..82.
Brigham, driven S., 96.
Brockway, Geo. E., 161.
Brockway, Henry, 143, 148, 159, 178, 194,

*17,231,244,29S,299,301.
Brodt, Wesley, 161, 275.
Bronk, Rev. Robt., 33.
Brooks, Geo., 192.
Brooks, Henry, 272.
Brooks, Jno. W.,262.
Brooks, Thomas, 192, 272.
Brooks, William, 161, 271.
Brooks, Wm. R., 255.
Brower, Geo., 161.
Brown, Albert M., 156, 161.
Brown, Alex., 302, 303, 305.
Brown, Frank, 304.
Brown, Henry, 114.
Brown, J., 302.
Brown, Jns., 128, 288.
Brown, Jcnks, 128, 135, 140, 146, 273,

296, 297.

Brown, John, 70.
Brown, Jno. Crosby, 241.
Brown, Joseph M., 93, 98, 106, 110, 113,

296, 300.

Brown, Peter A., 161,289.
Brown, Rev. J. H. H., 188, 205, 228, 252.
Brown, Rev. W. R., 253.
Brown, Thomas, 271.
Brown, Thos. V.. 300.
Browne, Andrew M., 263.
Brownson, Jno. M., 88, 90, 300.
Bryan, Hugh, 161.
Bryan, John, 155.
Bryant, A. C.,273, 297.
Buckley, Edward, 263.
Buckley, James, 161.
Buchanan, Geo., 161.
Buchanan, John, 263.
Buchanan, John C., 161.
Buchanan, William, 161, 181, 280, 285.
Buildings, statistics of, 134.
Bulletin. See C ohoes Daily B.
Bullions, Rev. A. B., 180, 257.
Bullock, Edward, 156, 278.
Bullock, John R., 132, 273, 297.
Bullock, Joseph, 212.
Bulson, Geo., 161.
Bulson, John, 292.
Bump, Alonzo, 162.
Buregard, Oliver, 161.
Burger, Rev. David J., 252.
Burke, Michael J., 304.
Burke, Patrick, 291.
Burnap, John G., 84.
Burns, James. 290, 303.
Burton, Wm., 80, 85, 87, 113, 120, 128,

131, 132, 148, 152. 153, 173, 182, 209,

295, 296, 300, 301.
Bush, Lewis, 161.



Bash, Rev. Stephen. 126, 253.
Buss, Ralph, 295, 296.
Butt factory, 81.

Cady, D., 203, 248.

Cady, Peter V., 162.

Caffrey, James, 262.

Cahill, Henry, 286.

Cahill, Hugh, 304.

Cahill, James, 162.

Cahill, John, 155.

Cain, John, 162.

Caisse, Joseph, 162.

Calkins, A. T., 153, 159, 162, 262, 298, 302.

Calkins, R. S., 299.

Camera obscura, 219.

Cameron, Rev. M., 252.

Campbell, Geo., 175, 194, 210, 244, 301,
303.

Campbell Hose Co., 259.

Campbell, James M., 289.

Campbell. John, 263, 284.

Campbell, Robert, 255.
Campbell & Clute, 175, 246.
Campbell & Clute s Block, 219.
Canal boat, first, 266 ; first to pass

through, 42.
Canal enlargement, 68, 73, 76; the Erie,

52.

Canal street. See Main street.
Canals, construction of, 41, 42, 265 ;

courses of, 43, 44.
Candly, Samuel, 156.
Cane, Patrick, 156.
Cannon, Chas. T.. 278.
Cannon, P. J., 262
Canvass street, 116.
Carhart, Rev. J. W.,253.
Carleton, Chas. H., 137.
Carpenter, Albert F., 162.
Carpenter, Asahel, 292.
Carpenter, Edwd. S., 303,
Carpenter, Lorenzo, 162.
Carpenter, Philip H., 162.
Carpenter, William G., 162.
Carpet factory, 59.
Carr, Albert, 156.
Carr, T., 162.
Carrigan, Geo., 235.
Carroll, John C., 162, 279.
Carroll. Wm. C., 297.
Carter, Chas. T., 118, 288, 300.
Carter, Charles W., 290.
Carter, Dr. Win. F., 104, 111, 113, 119,
129, 140, 144, 157, 178, 189, 279, 295,
296, 298, 301.

Carter, Geo. T., 260, 303, 304.
Carter, Isaac S., 281.
Carter, John, 176, 305.
Carter, Michael, 156.
Carter, Thomas, 293.
Carter, T. C , 121, 281, 288, 293, 296.
Cartwright, Thomas, 134.
Cary, Leonard, 107, 222, 297, 302, 303.
Casey, Peter, 290.
Casey, Thos. B., 162.
Cassidy, John, 155.
Cataract Alley, 103.

Cataract engine, 104; purchased, 97;
company for, 98, 259 ; house built
for, 99.



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INDEX.



Cataract House, 4, 177.

Catholic church. See St. Bernard s

church.

Cavan, Washington, 54.
Cavanaugh, John, 299.
Caveuaugh, Edward, 290.
Cavenagn, John V., 12.
Cauldwell, M. O., 204.
Caw, Wm. G., 84, 87, 108, 112, 113, 121,

140, 148, 152, 157. 178, 253, 277, 295,
297, 801.

Caw & QnackenbuBh Block, 92.

Cedar street, 204.

Cement Mill. See Lime.

Cemetery, presented to village, 122, 123.

Census of 1855, 125; of 1860, 147; of

1865, 183; of 1870, 205; tables of,

264.

Centennial celebration, 229.
Central avenue, 219, 226.
chad wick Guards. See Third Sep. (Jo.
Chadwick, Joseph, 133, 136, 152, 159,

141, 162, 163, 175, 192. 244, 261, 297.
Chadwick, P. R, 149, 152, 162, 175, 210,

217, 244, 262.
Chadwick, Wm. N., 26, 81, 93, 95, 97,

101, 111, 113, 128, 148, 175, 240, 244,

296.
Chamberlain, 205 ; dispute in regard to,

221 ; powers of, 230.
Chamberlin, Rev. Mr., 72,253.
Chambers, John, 162.
Charter, a city, proposed, 178 ; amended,

112, 125, 205, 209, 227. 230; for city,

passed, 197; of village drawn, 95.
Chesebro, I. W., 142, 150, 250.
Chicago fire, relief for sufferers by, 208.
Childs, John, 156.
Cholera, in 1832, 59 ; in 1849, 104.
Christie, James, 162.
Christie, Robt, Jr., 240.
Christie, Rich d D., 260, 261.
Chubb, Hiram, 285.
Churches, organized, 32, 41, 56, 71, 72,

91, 196, 224, 254; built, 60, 73. 91,

101, 116, 141, 176, 189, 196, 205, 224;

improvements in, 145, 199, 213;

damaged, 229 ; history of, 252-255.
Cider mill, 196.
Claffey, Wm., 155.
Clark, Alvin, 156.
Clark, Asa, 142.
Clark, Bayard, 26.
Clark, J. B,,162.
Clark, James, 299.
Clark, Jas. W., 261.
Clark, John, 281.
Clark, John, Jr.. 285.
Clark, Joseph, 162.
Clark, Otis G., 190, 216, 244.
Clark, Rev. Orange, 56, 252.
Clark, Richard, 217. 292, 299.
Clarke, Benj. P., 298.
Clarke, Dr. O. H. E., 263.
Clarke, Joshua R., 53, 57, 59, 65, 67 80,

88, 96, 101, 111, 113, 120, 140, 148, 216,

295, 297, 300, 303.
Clancy & Co , 192.
Claxton block, 106.

Claxton, Col. P. S., 92, 100, 104, 129, 241.
Cleacham, Robt., 155.



Clements, Wm. J., 271.

Clerk of city, 230.

Clifton Company, 127.

Cline, William H., 162.

Clinton, Gov., 265.

Clough, Edwin, 3U4.

Clough, Win., 260, 263, 302.

Clow, Philip L, 280.

Clute, Abram D., 279.

Clute, Adam, 162.

Clute, D. H., 235.

Clute, E. J., 262.

Clute family. 8, 22 ; farm, 18, 29.

Clute, Gerardus, 33.

Clute, Gerrett, 30, 31, 32, 40.

Clute, Harvey, 298, 299.

Clule, Hiram, 153. 162, 274.

Clute, Isaac, 179, 247.

Clute, Jeremiah, 91, 95, 113, 124, 137,

296.

Clute, John, 155, 175, 194, 217, 246, 301.
Clute. Nicholas J.. 210.
Coakley, John, 288,
Cockroft, Wm., 82.

Cohoes, derivation of name of, 1 ; man
ner of spelling, 251 ; settlement of,
15, 18; in 1813, described, 39; in
1824, 45, 46; in 1831, 53-56; 1836,
66: 1847, 85; incorporated as a
village, 94, 95, 96 ; incorporated as
a city, 197; movement to incorpo
rate, 178 ; to be part of the city of
Watervliet, 192 ; charter of, amend
ed, 112,205, 209, 227,230; statistics
of, 200, 264 ; officers of, 295-305 ; cen
sus of, 125, 147, 183, 205, 264; farms
and farmhouses in, 18-29 ; bonding
of city proposed, 225; history of,
published, 199, 212; first directory
of, 193: first election, as a city, 201 ;
expenses of, in 1849, 103 ; war re
cord of, 148-172.

Colioes Falls, 45, 48; early accounts
of, 2, 8, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14; di
mensions of, 4, 12; pictures of, 10,
12 ; described, 39.
Hospital, 209.
Hotel, 59. 69, 85.
House, 43, 54.

Iron foundery. See Foundery.
Manufacturing Co., 37, 38, 39, 46,

50,65.
Savings Institution. See Savings

Inst.

& Troy Rail Road. 88, 89, 114.

Cohoes Company, 28, 29, 37, 50, 65, 100,

101, 123, 131, 143, 215, 266 ; canal of,

68, 69 ; dam of, 73, 182 ; disputes of,

with village, 108, 109; foundation

of, 47, 48; first operations of, 51,

52, 58, 63 ; sketch of, 238-241 ; works

of, 66, 76, 239, 240; water supply

from, 130, 195.

Cohoes Advertiser, the, described, 83,

84, 85.

Cohoes Cataract, the, established, 102;
sketch of, 248, 249; discontinued,
180.

Cohoes Daily Bulletin, 228.
Cohoes Daily News, established, 217;
sketch of, 249.



INDEX.



311



Cohoes Democrat, established, 185;

sketch of, 248.
Cohoes Journal, 99.
Cohoes Weekly Democrat, established,

203.

Cole, Aaron, 163.
Cole, Abram V., 262.
Cole, George, 162.
Cole, James, 162, 277.
Cole, Lorenzo S., 262.
Cole, Octavius, 273.
Coleman, James, 301.
Coleman, John, 163, 303. 304, 305.
Coleman, Joseph, 163, 301, 302.
Coleman, Morris, 163.
Coleman, Silas B., 162.
Coleman, Thos., 163, 244.
Colgrove, David, 155.
Colgrove, John B , 81.
Collier, Thomas, 293.
Collier, William, 162.
Collins, George Z., 143.
Collins, L. D., 193.
Collins, Michael J., 287.
Collins, T. C., 261.
Collin and Jones, 41.
Columbia street, 44, 55, 219, 225.
Colwell, Thos., 179, 212, 216, 245.
Commissioners of Deeds, 205.
Common Council, first meeting of, 201 ;

powers of, 205, 227.
Condley, John H., 303, 304.
Condron, James, 162.
Condron, William, 162.
Congressman from Cohoes, 305.
Conley, John, 155.
Couliss, Wm., 151, 156, 159, 176.
Conliss & Carter, 176 ; mill of, burned,

180.

Connaughty, Edward, 292,
Connaughty, Mr., 91.
Connoily, James, 162.
Connolly, Samuel, 162
Connors, John, 162, 290.
Constables, 227.
Constant, Joseph D., 67.
Con way, Eugene, 304.
Cook, Alfred, 61.
Cook, Alanson, 72.
Cook, Geo. W., 250.
Cook, Samuel, 74.
Cooley, John, 305.
Coon, John M., 85.
Cope, William, 162.
Copeland, John, 291.
Corcoran, J., 162.
Corwin, Kev. D., 253.
Costello, Joseph, 162.
Cotton factory, 41, 45, 46, 47 ; of E. L.

Miller, 59 ; of Harmony M fg Co.,

67.

Cotton flax mill, 120.
Cotton mills, condition of, in 1857, 134 ;

erected, 80, 81 ; production of, 81 ;

statistics of, in 1847, 86 ; in 1853,

119 ; in 1855, 128. See also Harmony,

Strong & Ogden Mills.
Court room, built, 107.
Coveney, Benj., 260, 261, 303.
Cowden, Geo., 162.
Cowee, David, 176, 244.



Cox, Andrew, 162, 300.

Coyle, Nicholas, 105.

Craig, Chas. P., 198, 263.

Craig, P. B., 162.

Craig, William, 162.

Craley, Jacob, 254.

Cramer, John, 101.

Crandall, Burton H., 162, 305.

Cranston, James L. N., 155, 162, 289.

Cranston, Wm. H., 162, 275.

Crapo, Amos, 304.

Crane, J. H., 116.

Crane, Joi.n S.. 155, 299, 300, 304.

Crane, W. S., 302.

Crescent, water supply from 131, 195 ;

road to. 225, 229.
Crawford. J. P., 131, 144, 174, 178, 219,

297, 301, 305.

Crawford, kev, E., 71, 253.
Crawford, William N., 290.
Crocker, M. L.,69.
Crookley, Thomas, 284.
Cropsey, Gabriel M., 147, 292.
Crosby, Clarkson F.. 240.
Crossley, Robert, 162.
Crossingham, Jas. H., 262.
Crowley, John, 305.
Crowuer family, 43, 54.
Cullen, Rev. Thos., 254.
Cummings, Geo., 298.
Cummings, Michael, 303.
Curtis, A. G.,212.
Curtis, Joseph, 50.
Curtis, Robert, 81.
Cushman, John P., 27.

Dailey, Jeremiah A., 163.

Daily Eagle, the, 228.

Daily News. See Cohoes Daily News.

Daley, Dennis, 163, 303.

Daley, Geo. C., 305.

Daley, John, 163.

Daley, Michael, 292.

Dallas, Thomas, 155.

Daly, Rev. Thos., 254.

Dam, of Cohoes Co., 73, 182; built and

rebuilt, 51, 58.
Dam, the state, built, 207.
Damon, Elbridge, 297.
Damon, John, 156.
Damon, John E., 283.
Danaher, Maurice, 163.
Darrow, David M., 163.
Davenport, Chas., 163.
Davenport, Geo., 163.
Davenport, James, 163.
Davenport, John, 163.
Davids, Elias, 155.
Davis, John, 292.
Davis, N. B., 287.
Davis, Thos., 163.
Daw, Peter F., 107, 250, 292, 300.
Dawson, Henry, 133, 192, 246.
Dean, Geo., 261.
Dearborn, John, 114.
Deecher, Jas., 305.
De Graff, Joseph, 292.
De Haas 1 patent, 15.
Delahanty, Joseph, 194.
Delanoy, W., 254.
Delany, John, 163.



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Delve, James, 181, 263, 297.
Deraarest, Rev. John, 32, 33.
Demarest, Wm. C., 305.
DeMilt, B. & S., 41, 50.
Democrat. See Cohoes Democrat.
Denio, Henry, 103.
Dennis, Nicholas, 163.
Denuiu. Patrick, 290.
Derby, William, 163.

Deroche, , 163.

Deroche, James, 163.
Derocher, Joseph, 292.
Deuel, George, 163.
Dewar, Wm., 259.
Deyo, Abner, 300.
Deyo, Marcus S., 98.
Diamond Mill, 244.
Dickey, James R., 279.
Dickey, Henry D., 305.
Dickey, Wm., 140, 272, 295.
Dickson, John M., 289.
Diehl, Geo., 163, 277.
Dictz, Sidney, 156.
Dietz, Stephen, 163, 296.
Dillon, James, 289.
Directory, published, 193.
Dixon, A. K.,302, 303, 304.
Dixon, Geo., 255, 298.
Dockstader, Geo. Z., 69, 302.
Dodge, Jacob, 82, 85, 87.
Dodge, James, 268.
Dodge, Joseph C., 163, 300.
Dodge, Levi, 143, 175, 204.
Dodge, Stephen, 296.
Dodge, Wm.,71.
Dodge, Wm. T., 139, 301, 302.
Donahue, W r illiam, 163.
Doncaster & Hay, 102.
Donnelly, Catherine, 176.
Donovan, Michael, 90, 163, 296.
Doolittle. Lucius, 290.
Doran, John, 305.
Dorr, David, 163.
Dotter, Solomon, 301, 302.

Doty, Stephen, 260.

Doty, Wm. H., 98, 302.

Dougherty, James, 304.

Dowd, Luman, 109.

Dowd, Patrick, 163.

Downey, Margaret, 176.

Downing, Michael, 163.

Downs, John, 272, 290.

Doyle, Chas. P., 163, 231, 281.

Doyle, Geo. II., 163.

Doyle, John, 114, 156, 157, 296, 300.

Doyle, M., 163.

Doyle, Mrs. Sarah, 74-

Draft in 1862, 151, 152; in 1863, 154.

Driscoll, James, 286.

Driscoll, Simon P., 163.

Drysdale, Geo., 163.

Drysdale, John, 163, 285, 299.

Dubois, Henry, 113.

Dubois, Rev. John, 33.

Dubuque, L. R.,179, 223.

Ducharme, Geo., 302.

Dudley, Chas. E., 48.

Dudley, Henry, 07.

Dumell, Alfred, 163.

Duncan, Rev. John, 72, 252.

Duncan, Thos., 192.



Dunlap, John, 254.
Dunn, Edward, 163.
Dunn, Thos., 163.
Dunsback, Henry I., 204.
Duquette, Moses, 294.
Durham, Henry, 163.
Durham, James, 163, 275.
Durrant, James, 261, 291.
Dutemple, Wm., 296, 297.
Dwyer, Rev. E., 252.

Eagan, Kyran, 156, 164.

Eagan, William R ., 290.

Eastham, Henry, 164.

Eastham, Thos., 163, 277.

Eastwood, J., 114.

Eastwood, John, 98, 272, 296, 300.

Eastwood, John H., 164.

Eastwood, John Jr., 280.

Eastwood, Justus, 293. 300.

Eastwood, Rev. J., 252.

Eastwood, William H., 289.

Ebah, John, 164, 278.

Eccles, Francis T., 163.

Eccles, J., 126.

Eccles, Joseph, 260.

Eccles, Samuel P., 163.

Edwards, Henry W., 246.

Edwards, Rev. Edw d F., 252.

Egan, Chas., 302, 303.

Egan, John, 262.

Egan, John II., 303, 305.

Egan, Owen, 164.

Egberts, Egbert, 61, 62, 63, 91, 95, 97,

101, 104, 110, 111, 113, 115, 119, 123,

127, 128, 140, 145, 148, 152, 180, 249,

252, 282, 296.
Egberts & Bailey, 62, 74, 86, 91, 100;

block, 106; dissolved, 115; factory

of, 77, 79.

Egberts Hall opened, 138.
Egberts Institute, 255; established,

180 ; leachers of, 257.
Egnesperry, Francis, 164.
Election districts changed, 136.
Election, first under city charter, 201;

first under village charter, 96.
Ellis, Elisha, 164.
Ellison, Robert, 164.
Ellmaker, Augustus, 201, 299.
Elmore, J. C., 133.
Emerson, Rev. Oliver, 253.
Empire Mill, 174, 182, 196, 244 ; built,142.
Empire Pin Co., 127, 207.
Empire Tube Works, 212, 246 ; enlarged,

235.

En Earl, Henry Jr., 88, 91.
En Earl, Henry Sr., 43, 49, 54, 287, 295.
En Earl, John H., 164.
En Earl, Merrit D., 164.
En Earl, N. W., 296, 298.
Engineer of city, 227. 230.
Engine houses built, 99, 114, 199, 259.
Englestoff, John, 293.
English, Michael, 305.
English, Patrick, 303.
Enlistments of soldiers, 149, 150, 156,

157.

Enos, W. C., 133.
Enos, William, 292.
Ensign, H. A., 164.



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Ensign s Mill, 41.

Enterprise Mill. 218, 244.

Episcopal church. See *st. John s church.

Erie Will, 182, 190, 244; burned, 214;

rebuilt. 218.
Evans, Joel, 1(54.
Evans, Rev. C. P., 257.
Evcrs, William. 291.
Everts, J. D., 104.
Excelsior Fire Engine, 96, 97, 98.

Fabyan. H. G., 164.



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