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Schenectady. In 1782, he married Mary Coss, daughter of Col. Coss.

Polly Carlisle, at the time of her death, lived on Sixth street.

See reference in the sketch of Dr. Lewis Carlisle by the Hon.
Don C. Henderson.



31



1840 COMPARED WITH 1890



^iftv years in the existence and history of Wayne county — from
1840 to 1890. It is not only profitable but wise to review the incidents
of our own lives, and thereby obtain guidance for the future. It is also
instructive to compare what existed at one period with that which
exists at the present time, and thus be able to realize the material
changes time has worked in the State, county or city, and thereby be
able to judge the character of the people and influences which have
wrought them. We therefore compare what existed in 1840 with what
exists in 1890, as a fitting close to this compilation.

In 1840 William Henry Harrison was elected President of the
United States. In 1890 his grandson, Benjamin Harrison, is the Presi-
dent. The former served just one month as President when the great
Destroyer removed him. The latter has occupied the Presidential
chair one year and we trust he may continue therein three years
more.

In 1840 Wayne county had a population of 10,000. In 1890 its
population numbers 285,000. It had in 1840 twenty-two church edifices
and seating capacity of 1,600. It has in 1890 one hundred and sixty-
five church buildings, which seat 88,000. The charitable institutions in
1840 numbered three. In 1890 they are one hundred and fifty-six.
In 1840 the number of public school buildings was thirty-four, with an
attendance of 900. In 1890 there are one hundred and forty-eight, and
the number of scholars 35,000. There were then three private schools
with one hundred and fifty pupils; to-day their number is thirty-five
and 5,000 students. The cost of the public buildings of the city and
county in 1840 was $28,000. Those of 1890 exceed $16,810,000. The
banking capital of 1840 was $800,000. In 1890 it exceeds $10,500,000.
The capital employed in manufacturing industries in 1840 was $220,-
000. In 1890 in reaches more than $81,041,000. The mileage of rail-
ways centering here in 1840 was fifty-two. In 1890 the mileage is
3,OQO. There were five newspapers and periodicals published in 1840.
In 1890 there are sixty-nine. The public halls for amusement were
but two in 1840. In 1890 they number ten. The number of benevo-
lent and literary institutions in 1840 was two. They now number
seventy. The medical societies numbered but one. To-day there are
nine. In 1840 Detroit had one small circulating library. To-day it has
one public, with 100,000 volumes, and nine society or associated librar-



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ies. It had no regular police in 1840. In 1890 it has a force of three
hundred and ninety men and fourteen horses. The yearly water
supply of 1840 was 175,000,000 gallons. The water supply of 1890 is
16,380,166,670. Detroit was protected against tire in 1840 by five
hand engines and two hook and ladder companies operated by volun-
teers. In 1890 it has seven hook and ladder companies, twenty-one
steam fire engines, three chemical, eight3'-one horses and a paid force
of two hundred and forty men. The average of paved streets did not
exceed two miles. In 1890 it has over one hundred miles of paved
streets, and fifty miles of paved alleys. Then it had no public sewers.
Now it has eighty miles of pubHc and as many more of lateral sewers.
In 1840 in had no street cars, no telegraph, no telephone, no improved
parks and no gas.

But while we are gratified at the material changes wrought
between 1840 and 1890 a spirit of sadness comes over us and mingles
with our gratification, when we reflect upon the havoc which death has
made among those whose labors and influence laid the foundation for
the grand results, which to-day we take so much pride in enumerating.

Among the men who were active in the affairs of that day are the
following: Lewis Cass, William Woodbridge, Solomon Sibley, James
and B. F. H. Witherell, Henry Chipman, John Trumbull, James
Abbott, John Biddell, Elon Farnsworth, Charles C. Trowbridge,
Shubal Conant, Zachariah Chandler, Charles Moran, David Cooper,

A. C. Canniff, Thomas Palmer, John Palmer, Mason Palmer, Charles
Jackson, John Whipple, Thomas Rowland, Henry M. Campbell, Henry
S. Cole, Robert A. Forsyth, Oliver Newbury, Peter J. Desnoyers,
Rev. Noah M. Wells, Alex. D. Frazer, Dr. John L. Whiting, E. A.
Brush, John Roberts, Griffith Roberts, Elias Roberts, Joseph Campau,
Barnabe Campau, Tunis S. Wendell, John P. Shelden, Thomas C.
Shelden, Ebenezer Reed, Thomas S. Knapp, Levi Cook, Orville
Cook, Patrick Palmer, O. W. Miller, Abram Edwards, Captain
Perkins, John Mullet, E. Chapoton, Timothy Fales, John Farrar, John
Farmer, N. Prouty, J. W. Woolsey, William Stead, Allen Brown, Dr.
William Brown, Augustus S. Porter, Benjamin Woodworth, Reynolds
Gillett, Shadrach Gillett, Chauncey Payne, George McDougal, Eliza
Converse, T. J. Owen, Bethuel Farrand, Jerry Dean, Dr. McCorskey,
Dr. Marshall Chapin, Dr. Ebenezer Hurd, Dr. T. B. Clark, Melvin
Dorr, J. R. Dorr, DeGarmo Jones, H. V. Disbrow, Francis Cicott,
James Cicott, Antoine Dequindre, Julius Eldred, David French, Henry
Sanderson, Felix Hinchman, Major Henry Whiting, General Hugh
Brady, Robert Smart, D. C. McKinstry, Louis Davenport, Dr. Lewis
Davenport, Jeremiah Moore, John Scott, Col. Anderson, Austin E.
Wing, James Williams, John Garrison, John J. Garrison, Michael Hale,
Col. Baker, S. T. Dyson, Richard Smith, John Smith, John Noble, N.

B. Carpenter, Knowles Hall, E. Ray, Obed Waits, P. Cote, Samuel



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Day, William Durell, Barney Moon, J. T. Penny, Ellis Doty, S. Rossi-
ter, Henry Berthelet, Augustus Berthelet, Charles Wilcox, James
Harmer, Benjamin Chittenden, Addison Madison, Stephen Bain, Alex-
ander Campbell, Robert McNiff, John E. Schwarz, William B. Hunt,
George Hunt, Elliott Gray, Samuel Colwell, Darius Samson, Joseph
Andre, John Pherson, E. P. Browning, Francis St. Aubin, Francis
Rivard, John L. Leib, William A. Fletcher, Samuel Reed, Dominique
Riopelle, Francis Thibault, John Truax, Thomas Stead, Peter Beau-
bien, John Bronson, Owen Aldrich, James Beaubien, S. Beach, Harvey
Griswold, J. O. Lewis, Charles Howard, Conrad Seek, L. Phelps, Elias
Hawley, Ambrose Young, Juba Barrow, I. Sears, James Knaggs,
Jonathan Kenny, Chauncy Bush, A. McFarran, W. Hoyte, Stephen
Wells, James Trowbridge, Francis Brewster, John J. Dunning,
William Bartlow, Benjamin Clark, John Lebot, Joseph Amlen, J. W.
Hunter, A. McArthur, Thomas Dare, James Cook, Timothy De-
quindre, G. Mott Williams, James A. VanDyke, Orville Dibble, Jacob
M. Howard, George C. Bates, Marcus Stevens, H. H, Emmons,
Samuel Pitts, Buckingham Wight, Ross Wilkins, Robert E. Roberts,
Chauncy Hurlburt, Samuel Lewis, Hugh Moffat, Charles Ducharme,
Doctor George Duffield, Robert Stuart, Daniel Goodwin, Jonathan L.
King, Richard Butler, William N. Carpenter and Henry Doty.

Among those participating in the events of 1840, now living, are :
Colonel John Winder, John Owen, Alexander Chapoton, Edward
Cicott, Eben Wilcox, Friend Palmer, C. H. Buhl, Frederick Buhl,
Alanson Sheley, Jacob S. Farrand, Alexander Lewis, James F. Joy, J.
Wilkie Moore, Thomas H. Armstrong, James Pittman, H. P. Baldwin,
Theodore H. Hinchman, Doctor Farnsworth, D. Bethune Duffield,
George V. N. Lothrop, Bela Hubbard, John H. King, William A.
Butler, Solomon Davis, H. H. Leroy, Philo Parsons, Daniel Tompkins,
of Dearborn; Clark Griswold, of Northville; E. J. Penniman, of Ply-
mouth; Dexter Briggs, of Livonia; Amos Otis, of Greenfield, Henry
Fralick, then of Plymouth, now of Grand Rapids; Doctor John L.
Near, of Flat Rock ; Major Horace Gray, of Grosse Isle, William Ten-
Eyck, son of Conrad TenEyck, of Dearborn; E. S. Woodman, of
Northville; John Jackson, of Northville; WilHam S. Hosmer, of Sump-
ter, John S. Jeness, now of Detroit; Norton B. Rowley, and Seymo.ur
Finney, who still are comparatively active, and are full of reminis-
cences of that period.



WAYNE COUNTY



Historical and Pioneer Society,



J. WILKIE MOORE,

President,



OFFICERS.

FRED. CARLISLE, O. L WALKER,

Secretary and Treasurer, Chaplain.



LIFE MEMBERS.



HON. H. P. BALDWIN,
GEN. RUSSELL A. ALGER,
DR. WILLIAM BRODIE,
GEN. JAMES E. PITTMAN,
DR. JAMES FANNING NOYES,
CYRUS JOHNSON,
HON. WM. A. MOORE,
HON. DON M. DICKINSON,
WILLIAM J. CHITTENDEN,

HON. THOMAS



HON. JAMES F. JOY,

JUDGE HENRY BREVOORT,

CHRISTIAN H. BUHL,

HON. ELLIOTT T. SLOCUM,

ALLAN SHELDEN,

D. J. CAMPAU,

DAVID CARTER,

JOSEPH BERTHELET MOORE,

HON. JAMES McMillan,

W. PALMER.



MEMBERS OF COMMITTEE ON TOWNSHIP ORGANIZATION.



HON. JACOB S. FARRAND, Detroit,
COL. JOHN WINDER, Detroit,
STANLEY G. WRIGHT, Detroit,
J. P. REED, Brownstown,
ORLANDO R. PATTENGILL, Canton,
DR. E. S. SNOW, Dearborn,
THOS. SAUNDERS, Ecorse,
DAVID TROMBLY. Grosse Pointe,
ECHLIN ROGERS, Hamtramck,
JESSE BUTLER, Huron,
S. B. LAPPEUS, Taylor,



ALEXANDER L. RANSOM, Livonia

MAJOR HORACE GRAY, Monguagou,

CHAS. H. CADY, Nankin,

DR. JOHN M. SWIFT, Northville.

CALVIN S. CROSBY, Plymouth,

JOHN FULLER, Plymouth,

ELI METTETAL, Redford,

JOSEPH BOLTZ, Romulus,

WM. MEYER, Springwells,

W. ATYEO, Sumpter,

JOSEPH MOORE, Van Buren.



478 —



MEMBERS OF COMMITTEE ON PIONEER PICNIC.



E. S. WOODMAN, NorthviUe,
DR. J. L. NEAR, Brownstown,
H. O. HANFORD, Canton,

F. CICOTTE, Ecorse,
ALEXANDER MICHIE, Grosse Pointe,
W. S. HOSMER, Huron,

ISAAC C. SAUNDERS, Monguagon,
H. D. THAYER, Plymouth.
GIDEON P. BENTON, Plymouth,
CONRAD CLIPPERT, Springwells,
GEO. W. BEADLESTON, Taylor,
MARTIN D. COAN, Taylor,



F. G. RUSSELL, Detroit,

GEN. JAMES E. PITTMAN, Detroit,

WM. J. CHITTENDEN, Detroit,

DANIEL TOMPKINS, Dearborn,

BYRON OTIS, Greenfield,

JOHN BREYTMERE, Hamtramck,

N. B. KINGSLEY, Livonia,

B. HODGEKINSON, Canton,

EDWARD MINNOCK, Redford,

S. B. KINGSLEY, Romulus,
PERRY D. PEARL, Sumpter,

S. BROWN, Van Buren.



DELEGATES TO THE STATE MEETING.



E. S. WOODMAN,
J. WILKIE MOORE,
FRED. CARLISLE,
WM. ADAIR,
GEO. F. PILLARD,
C. F.CONRAD,
CHAS. H. CADY,
DAVID PARSONS.
E. C. HINSDALE,



JUDGE C. I. WALKER,
O. R. PATTENGIL,
DR. E. S.SNOW,
H. P. BALDWIN.
ALEXANDER MICHIE,
STANLEY WIGHT,
JAMES F. JOY,
E. W. HUDSON,
BERNARD O'REILLY.



ERRATA.



Page 9, read — " 1481 instead of 1491," Discovery of West Indies
and Bahamas.

Page 200, read — After first paragraph, " His son, John Michael
Conrad, was Secretary of War for the Netherlands," etc.

Page 421, read — After Montreal, "where he died, while Patrick
was a mere infant;" and on same page: "In 1855 he married Miss
Eliza," instead of " Elizabeth O'Rafferty."



INDEX.



A

Abbott, James 46

Abbott, Robt 46

Abbot, James 2d. . . . 47

Abbott, Samuel 47

Adams, Francis 416

Adams, Alexander H 318

Adair, William 461

Alger, Russell A 440

Alloueze, Fr. Claude 15

Anthon, Dr. George Christian 23

Armstrong, Thos. H 136

B

Baby, Jacques 24

Bacon, Rev. Dr. David 87

Bagg, Dr. Joseph 357

Bagley, John J 369

Baldwin, Henry P 339

Baldwin, Lyman 3S2

Barthe, Charles 24

Barrois, Francois 32

Baughman, Rev. John A 217

Beaubien, Jean 27

Beaufait, Louis 25

Beadle, George W 338

Beller, Jacob 294

Bell, Digby V 469

Benton, Gideon P 457

Bishop, Levi 253

Biddle, Major John 237

Birchard, Matthew W 337

Blake, Patrick 421

Boynton, Judge A. G 319

Bourgmont 22

Bordeno, Augustus 302

Bordeno, John 302

Borsbert 22

Bruisson 22

Borgess, Rt. Rev. Bishop 471

Brady, Gen. Hugh 138

Brady, Samuel 218

Bradstreet, Gen. Jeremy 44

Bradley, Harvey S 453

Brevoort, Com. Henry 218



B

Brevoort, Judge Henry B 219

Bressani, Father 11

Breauf , Daniel and Jean 10

Brownstown Township 63

Brown, Judge H. B 413

Brodie, Dr. William 412

Brown, Dr. James A 355

Brooks, Nathaniel W 120

Buhl, Christian H 260

Buhl, Frederick 262

Bums, James 261

Butler, William A . . 303

Butzel, Martin 389

Butzel, Magnus 389

Burton, Clarence M 426

C

Campbell, Major 57

Campau, Michael 25

Cady, Daniel L 452

Campau, Jo.seph 98

Campau, D. C 291

Cadillac, Antoine de la Mothe 21

Campbell, Judge James 215

Campbell, Collin 411

Carlisle. Dr. Lewis 230

Carlisle, Polly (Croul) 471

Cartier, Jacques 9

Carter, David 394

Cass. Gen. Lewis 109

Cecyre, Felice 36

Chapman, Alonzo L 309

Chandler, Z 145

Chapoton, Dr. Jean 25

Chapoton, Alex 25

Champlain, Samuel 14

Chapin, Dr. Marshall 202

Chesne, Charles 26

Chesne, Pierre 26

Chene Brothers 26

Chittenden, William 392

Chope, Edward 349

Cicotte, Zacharie 26

Cochran, Judge Lyman 411



— 481 —



c

Comparative 1840-1S90 474

Conrad, C. F 200

Conant, Shubal 213

Cook, Levi 206

Cooper, David 22S

Cooper, Rev. David M 283

Clark, Hovey K 465

Congregational Church 392

Clark, John P 211

Chipman, Judge Henry 146

Chipman, Judge John 146

Cullen, James 271

Clossar, Sally Ann 466

Craig, Wm. H 463

Craig, James 463

Crosby, Calvin S 455

D

Dablon, Father 12

Dalzell, Captain 59

Davenport, Mrs. Sarah 238

Davenport, Dr. Louis 239

Davis, Solomon 231

Davison, Crozier 337

De Halle, Father Constant 13

Denton Village 85

Delray Village 8

Dequindre, Antoine 37, 28

Desnoyers, Pierre and Jean 29

Desnoyers, Peter 38

Dexter, Samuel W 273

Dearborn Township 65

Dexter, West 471

Dickinson, Don M 357

DoUier, Francoix 16

Donovan, Joseph W 445

Downie, Robert 371

Duffield, Rev. Dr. George, Sr 334

Duffield, Rev. Dr. George, Jr 335

Duffield, Gen. William 335

Duffield, D. Bethune 335

Duffield, Dr. Samuel 335

Duffield, Col. Henry 335

Duncan, Gen. J. Ellison B 447

Dunlap, Capt. William 450

Dunn, Martin J 425

Dupont, William 396

Ecorse Township 66

Egan, Thomas 432

EUiott, Mrs. Margaret 465

Emmons, Judge H. H 365

English Commanders 57

Esselstyne, Henry 465



K

Farrand, Jacob S 269

Farmer, Mrs. Roxanna 470

Farnsworth, Elon 114

Ferguson, Earsly 280

Ferry, D. M 441

Finney, Seymour 126

Fitch, John 446

Foot, George 290

Fralick, Henry 270

Frazer, Alexander D 115

Frazer, Thomas 356

French Commanders -22

French of Detroit 40

Fuller, Judge John 455

O

Galinee, Dr. F 17

Gamelin, Sussane 30

Garrison, John J 118

Gates, Capt. Myron 456

Geiger, Martin 302

Gibraltar, Village of 85

Gladwyn, Major 57

Godfrey, Jean Baptist 30

Governors of Michigan 61

Grandport Village 85

Grant, Com. Alexander 48

Gray, Major Horace 216

Granger, Hiram 307

Greenfield, Township of 67

Grosse Pointe 68

Grout, John R 351

Griffin, William P 306

Guion, J. N 31

GuUey, O. S 192

Hall, Richard H 305

Hall, Capt. J. H 353

Hallock, Horace 208

Hamilton, Governor 44

Hammond, Charles G 266

Hamtramck Township. 70

Hamtramack, Col. J. F 210

Harrison, Gen. Wm. H 103

Hastings, Eurotas P 210

Hawley, Richard 401

Hayes, Josiah D 438

Hedden, Isaac 456

Heffron, John 419

Heineman, Emil S 293

Hennepin, Fr. Louis 20

Hennessey, Fr. James 373

Henderson, Don C 255

Henderson, Michael 116



— 482 —



H

Herrinton, David B 267

Herrington, Hon. Caleb 453

Hinchman, Theodore H 264

Historical and Pioneer Society 477

Hodgkinson, B 374

Holmes, Robert 375

Holmes, John C 305

Hosmer, William S 117

Howard, Jacob M 172

Howard, William A 346

Howard, Charles 206

Hoyt, William C 119

Hudson, Elon W 287

Hull, John 390

Huron, Township of 70

I

IngersoU, Walter 208

J

Jackson, Mrs. Sarah 465

James, Capt. Wm. V 464

Jenness, John S 376

Jennison, Judge William 398

Johnson, Hiram R 368

Johnson, Sir William 44

Johnston, John W 429

Jogues, Father Isaac 11

Joliet, Father Louis 14

Joncaine, Daniel 25

Joy, James F 248

k:

Kearsley, Jonathan 236

King, Harvey 464

King. Robert W 377

Kirby, George 379

Knaggs, James W 48

Knaggs, Whitmore 48

Knaggs, James 49

Knaggs, William 49

Labadie, Descomptes 28

Lallamand, Fr. Gabriel 11

Langdon, George W 416

Lansing, Mrs. Anna Dequindre 46S

Laferte, Antoine 37

Lambert, William 470

Lamed, Gen. Charles 323

La Salle, Robt. D 17

Lesher, Joseph H 424

Lernault, Major « 45

Lewis, Alexander 372

Litchfield. Elisha C 206



Livonia, Township of 73

Lothrop, George V. N 341

Lowrie, James 421

Lyon, Edward 315

Lyon, Jacob 456

Mack, Col. Stephen 226

Martin, Jean Babt 22

Martin, Capt. Stephen 470

Marantette, Jacques, Jr 30

Marquette, Jacques Joseph 14

Mason, Lorenzo M 207

May, Judge James 52 .

Mayhew, Ira 298

McCarthy, WiUiam 427

McBride, John 449

McClellan, Robert 142

McGraw, Alexander 167

McGraw, Thomas 286

McMillan, James 443

McMillen, Geo 466

xMcReynolds, Gen. A. T 278

McWilliams, Patrick H 113

Merrill, Charles 143

Mersac, Jacob L. Ommespron 27

Mesnard, Fr. Reine 11

Millard, Hiram 145

Moore, J. Wilkie 198

Moore, Joseph Berthlet 397

Moore, William 252

Monguagon Township 75

Monnaghon, Mrs. Anna 468

Morehouse, George 145

Morley, Col. Fred 338

Morand, Pierre 32

Muir, Wm K 435

N

Nankin Township 76

Navarre, Robert 33

Newberry, Oliver 194

Newberry, John S 295

Newland, Henry A 417

Norris Village 420, 85

Northville Village 450

Norton, John W 204

Noyes, Dr. James Fanning 402

O

O'Reilly, Bernard 418

Otis, Myron 200

Owen, John 196

Obituary Report, 1889-90 464



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Palmer, Thomas and Friend 122

Palmer, Thomas W 123

Palmer, Gen. Friend 123

Palmer, Ervin 379

Palms, Francis 20S

Parsons, David 12S

Pattison, George W 223

Pelletier, Francis 12, 34

Penfield, William 194

Perrott, Nicholas 12

Perry, Com. Oliver H 106

Phelps, Col. William 317

Pittman, Gen. James E 282

Pizard, Father 11

Pontiac, Indian Chief 53

Preston, David 435

Plymouth Township 77, 455

Plymouth Village, 85, 455

R

Rawsonville Village 85

Raymbault, Father 11

Raymond, Francis 316

Reed, Harvey S 433

Redford, Township of 82

Reaume, Rene and Robert 35

Richards, Rt. Rev. Father Gabriel . . 197

Richmond, Arnout 292

Riopelle, Ambroise 35

Rivard, Francis 36

Roberts, John 141

Roby, Captain Henry M 471

Rogers, Major Robert 55

Romeyne, Theodore 130

Romulus Township 81

Rowland, Thomas 236

Rowland, David H 452

Rowley, N. B 144

Roy, Pierre 12

Russell, Alfred 351

Russell, Francis G 345

Russel, Dr. George B 459

S

Sanger, H. K 205

Shaw, Daniel L 468

Shaw, Mrs. Phebe C .... 467

Shearer, Jonathan 188

Sheley, Alanson 190

Shelden, Allan 436

Sickels, William 454

Slocum, Giles B 152

Slocum, Elliott T 383



S

Smith, Martin S 437

Springwells Township 82

Stamm, B. F 414

Standish, J. D 428

St. Aubin, Jean Cass 36

Starkey, Henry 385

Starkweather, Eraslus 455

Stead, Robert 230

Stephens, John 350

Stevens, Marcus 322

Stimpson, Benjamin G . 386

Sturgis, Judge John 185

Strasburg, Prof. Herman A 469

Sumpter Township 83

Swift, Rev. Marcus 182

Swift, Dr. John M 183

Taylor, Township of 83

Taylor, Elisha 362

Thompson, Rev. O. C 159

Tonti, Commander 12

Trowbridge, Charles C 17S

Truax, Col. Abram C 150

V

Van Buren, Township of 84

Van Dyke, James A 176

Vernor, Benjamin 465

W

Walker, Chas. 1 163

Walker, Henry N 207

Walker, Edward C 343

Ward, Eber Brock 240

Ward, Aunt Emily 243

Wayne, Gen. Anthony loi

Wayne County, Organization of 63

Waterford Village 85

Wayne, Village of 85

Waltz Village 85

Wesson, William B 354

Wells, John A 204

Wells, Rev. Noah M 135

Wetmore, Frederick 38S

Whitney, David W 444

Whiting, Dr. Jno. L 233

Wight, Buckminster ' 165

Wight, Stanley G 170

Weight, Henry A 171

Wight, Edwin C 171

Wilcox, Gen. O. B 285

Williams, Gen. A. S ^ 156

Williams, Gen. Jno. R /. 161



w

Wilkins, Col. Wm. D....

Wilkins, Judge Ross

Wilkinson, A. H

Winder, Col. John

Winchel, John

Willard, Luther B

Witherell, Judge James..
Witherell, Judge B. F. H



- 484 —

w

139 Woodman, E. S 133

132 Y

^^^ Yemans, Dr. C. C 389

Yemans, Mrs. C. C 471

Young, Ambrose P 456

275 ^

277 Zug, Samuel 321



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