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Thomas, Gilbert, (Spring,) r 3, fruit tree
dealer and farmer 60.

Thompson, Austin, (Spring.) r 6. farmer
leases of Luman Sturtevant. 230.

Thompson, Ira, (Spring.) r 3;3, farmer 15.

Thompson, James, (Spring,) r 70, farmer
50.

Thompson, Michael, (Spring,) r 70, farmer
115.

Thompson. W. E., (Spring,) r 70, farmer 70.

THORNTON, THOS., (Spring,) {Burnside
& TTiornton.)

Ticknor & Co., (Conneautville,) {0. 0.
Tickn-or and E. L. LAichHeld,) grocers,
props. saw and grist mills, and farmers
550.



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Ticknor, O.O., (ConneautviUeJCncAjnor cfe
Co.,) post master.

Tingley, A., (Spring. ) shoe maker and har-
ness maker, Beaver.

*TOWNSEND, A. P., (Conneautville.)
carriage manuf., blacksmith and
painter.

Townsend, Isaac, (Conneautville,) r 47,
farmer 60.

Townsend, S. A., (Conneautville,) black-
smith.

TRUESDALE, G. H., (Conneautville,) in-
surance and Grover & Baker Sewing
Machine agent.

Traesdale, N., (Conneautville,) justice of
the peace and insurance agent. Main.

Truesdale, Rial, (Conneautville, )druggist,
Main.

Tucker. James, (Spring,) r 1, farmer 75.

TUCKER, J. W., (Spring,) dealer in trees,
shrubbery &c., and farmer 235, Main.

Tulle r, J. J., (Spring,) r 25, fruit tree
agent and farmer 51).

Turner, Chas., (Conneautville,) black-
smith.

Tyler, W. E., (Conneautville,) tree agent.

VanTASSEL, E. B., (Conneautville,) (£•. B.
V'Di T(txf<el cfe Son,) attorney at law.

VanTASSEL, E. B. & SON, (Conneaut-
ville.) {Geo. D.,) dealers in books,
stationery, wall and window paper,
notions, toilet articles &c.. Water.

VanTASSEL, GEO. D., (Conneautville,)
{E. B. VanTamel & Son.)

"Wait, C. M., (Conneautville,) r 62, farmer
70.

Waters, Susan, (Spring,) farmer 9.

Welch, C. A., (Spring,) r a4, blacksmith
and farmer 100.

Welch, T. A., (Spring,) blacksmith. Main.

Welch. T. B., CSpring,) r 34, auctioneer,
agent Atlantic Mower, blacksmith and
farmer "-^69.

Wells. A. H., (Spring.) r 6, farmer 50.

WELLS, G. H., (Spring,) r 3, wagon maker
and farmer 75.

Wells, W. B., (Spring,) r 6, farmer 75.

West, A. T., (Conneautville,) ( West dr
Booth.)

West & Booth, (Conneautville,) {A. T. West
and V. S. Booth,) r 60)^, saw mill.



WEST & BROWN, (Spring,) (I/enr}/
i\e^i Jr. and L. W. Brown,) props,
steam saw mill, manufs. and dealers
in rough and dressed lumber.

WEST, HENRY Jr., (Spring,) (West <&
Brown. )

West, T. B., (Rundells,) r 62, farmer 54.

WETMORE, S. & W. D., (Spring,) r 56,
cider mill and farmers 165.

Wheeler, C. R., (Conneautville,) r 63, far-
mer 50.

Wheeler, John, (Conneautville,) r 63, far-
mer 60.

Wheeler, R. T., (Conneautville,) black-
smith. Center.

While. Isaac, (Conneautville,) band music
teacher, Jefferson.

Whitmore, A. V., (Spring,) r34, farmer 25.

Whitmore, Wm., (Spring,) r ;34, cooper and
farmer 50.

Whittington. A. J., (Conneautville,) fruit
tree agent.

Wiard, Lemon, (Spring,) r 20, blacksmith
and farmer 50.

Wiard, Orson, (Spring.) r32. farmer 105.

Wiard, Smith, (Cros3ingville,)r 30, farmer
100.

Wilcox, R. F., (Conneautville,) agent
Singer Sewing JIachine and W. U.
telegragh operator.

Wilder, Hiram, (Conneautville,) r 67, far-
mer 81.

WILLIAMS, ASHER, (Conneautville,) car-
penter and joiner. Center.

WILLIAMS. D. D.. (Conneautville,)
cashier First National Bank of Con-
neautville.

WILLIAMS, FREDERICK, (Spring,) r 13,
farmer 130.

Wood, Horatio I., (Rundells,) r 41, farmer
20.

WOODARD, J. F., (Spring,) farmer 150,
Main.

WOllMALD. J. & R., (Conneautville,)
woolen manufs.

WRIGHT, J. B. Rev., (Spring,) M. E.
clergyman.

Wyeth, Henry. (Spring,) r 34, farmer 45.

YOUNG. H. N.. (Conneautville,) cabinet
maker, real estate owner and farmer
6, Canal.



844



STEUBEK.



(Post Office Addresses in Parentheses.)

Explanation.— The letter r, following the P. O. address, signifies road, and the
figures following it refer to the number of the road as designated on the map, in the
fore part of the book. Where no road number is given, the party is supposed to
reside in the Village.

Andrews, Harris M., (Centerville,) r 18, Biy, James F., (Townville,) r 10, retired



farmer 22.

Armfield. Wm. W., (Tryonville,) r 19, oil
well driller.

Armstrong, Almeron N., (Centerville,') r
14. farmer 25.

Arnold. Charles W., (Townville,) r 24, far-
mer 63.

Ashley, Carl G., (Townville.) physician,
corner Fremount and Main.

August. Benj., (Townville,) r 9, farmer 25.

AUGUST, CHAS. W., (Tryonville,) r 11,
farmer 56.

August, Chas. W., (Townville,) r9, farmer
25.

August. Richard D., (Townville,) r9, far-
mer 50.

Baker, Alonzo L., (Townville,) grocer and
prop. Baker House, Main.

Baker. Casper C, (Townville,) r 5, farmer
100.

Baker, Freeland, (Townville,) r27, farmer
.54.

Baker. Lewis B., (Townville,) carpenter,
Main.

Barton, Oscar, (Townville,) r 7)^, farmer
50.

Baugher, Henry, (Tryonville,) r 11, farmer
10.

BAUGHER, HENRY J., (Tryonville,) r 11,
cooper and sawyer.

Baugher, Michael D., (Tryonville,) r 11,
farmer 20.

BEAEDisLEY, EZRA S., (Townville,) r 7,
farmer.

Beardsley, Levi S., (Townville,) r 7, far-
mer 67.

Beeman, Wm. W., (Tryonville,) r 16, car-
riage maker.

Bell. John, (Tryonville,) r 19, cooper.

*BENN. CHAS. W., (Tryonville,) r 15, gen-
eral iu.surance agent, fire, life and
accident.
BLACKMER, EPHRAIM, (Townville,) r 4,

farmer 35.
Blair. Alice A. Mrs., (Townville,) milliner,

Fremont.
BLAIR. WM. H., (Townville,) photo-
grapher and collector of state, coun-
ty and poor tax, Fremount



farmer.

Bly, John, (Tryonville,) r 11, farmer 84.
Bly, John L., (Townville,) r 20, farmer 50.
Boyer, John. (Townville,) property owner,

Fremount.
Boyles, Thos. G., (Townville,) shoe maker,

Fremount.
Brainard, , (Tryonville,) r 16>^, agent

for oil well supplies.

Braymer, Joseph H., (Townville,) r 27, far-
mer 87.

Brean, James, (Tryonville,) r 15, contrac-
tor.

Brean, Joseph, (Tryonville,) r 16, contrac-
tor.

Brendel, Peter, (Townville,) r 10, cooper.

Brice, George A., (Townville,) (O. A. Brics
cC Co.)

Brice, G. A. & Co., (Townville,) {George A.
Brice and Chas. and Henry W. Dela-
mater,) carriage makers. Main.

Broadhead, Richard, (Townville,) r 9, far-
mer.

Brown, Hiram, (Townville.) r4, cooper and
farmer 35.

Brown, James F., (Tryonville,) r 15, far-
mer leases.

Buckley, Henry, (Townville,) r 27, farmer
185.

Buckley, Henry Jr., (Townville,) r27, far-
mer and teacher.

Buel, John W., (Tryonville,) r 16, farmer
50.

Buger, Wm., (Tryonville,) r 15, cooper.

Burger, John L.. (Tryonville,) rll, cooper,
farmer 7 and leases of Chancy Bards-
dale, Rochester, N. Y., 50.

Burns, Sylvester, (Oil Creek,) r 19, farmer
leases 105.

BUSH, HORATIO, (Townville,) r in, far-
mer 94.

CAREY, JOHN A., (Townville,) jour, har-
ness maker, Main.

Carkhuflf, Lemuel H., (Townville,) harness
maker. Main.

Carr. Geo., (Tryonville,) rll, butcher.

Carringer, Geo. W., (Tryonville,) r 15, car-



penter.
Biy, Alonzo D., (Townville,) r 10, farmer Casselman, Daniel T., (Townville,) r 101^,
58. farmer 108.



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Castle, Chas. E., (Tryonville.) r 16, farmer
~0.

CASTLE, DON E., (Tryonville,) r 16, far-
mer 100.

CENTRAL HOTEL, (Townville,) Main,
John Gil son, prop.

Chilis, Clarence, (Townville,) r 25, farmer

CHL ilCH. BENJ. L., (Townville,) r 4, far-
mer leases of Byron Childs, 70.

Clark, Alex., (Townville,) farmer leases
of Mrs. Harriet Hull, 100, Main.

Clark, RusselG., (Tryonville,) r 15, farmer
leases of Geo. W. Tryon, 50.

Corey. Enos, (Tryonville,) farmer leases
of YanBuren, 80.

Corey, George, (Tryonville,) r 19, farmer

rt.
Cornell. James I., (Townville,) r 9, cooper

and farmer 50.
Corry, Hiram, (Centerville,) r 14, farmer

10.
Cutler, Chas. W., (Townville,) ^E. S. Cutlsr

& Co.)
Cutler, Dudley S., (Townville,) (JE".,?. Cutler

& Co.)
Cutler, Edward Smith, (Townville,) (E. S.

Cutler cfc Co.)
Cutler. E. S. & Co., (Townville,) (Edward

Sjnif.h, Chan. W. and Dudley S. CutUr,)

peneral merchants. Main.
Davis, Solvenus, (Townville,) farmer 5,

Fi-emount.
Delamater, Chas., (Townville,) (G'. A. Brice

<(- Co.)
Delamater, Henry W., (Townville,) {O. A.

Brice <fe I'o.)
Dentley. Joseph, CTryonville,)r 15. cooper.
Doman. John S., (Townville,) bowl manuf..

Green.

DRAKE, AVERY O., (Townville,) r 8, far-
mer leases of S. F., 100.
DRAKE, CHAS. W. Rev., (TownviUe,) r25,

p.'istor Bapti.^t Church.
Drake, S. Fiancis, (Townville,) rS, farmer

100.
DURFEF, GUILFORD.(Townville,) corner

rlYi >!.iid 213^, farm laborer.
Durfee, Horatio N., (Townville,) corner r

"14 and 21.!^, farmer 50.
Eckels, John Rev., (Townville,) pastor M.

E. Church, Main.
Edson, Abnnr, (.Townville,) (.^//oh^? <t A>.)
Edson, LaFayette, (Tryonville,) general

merchant and post ma.ster.
EKIIAHT, GEO., (Tryonville,) (£"yfcAar< tfe

Kohmann.)

EKHART & KOHMANN, (Tryonville.)

{di'o. F.khart and Chili}) Kohmann, )t 19,

mainifrt. oil barrels.
ELLSWORTH, HOMER H.. (Townville,)

wagon maker, Fremount.
EndreH. John, (Townville,) r 10, cooper.
F'ay. Chas., (Townville,) r 27, farmer

leaHi's of M08P8, 5H.
Fay, Mos»'H, (Townville,) r 21>^, farmor57.
Fay. Richard M., (Townville,) r 9, farmer

l«Mi«t<H of Moges, 100.
Gabri<^l, John S., (Tryonville,) r 15, car-

ptMlttT.

OlloH, Hyroii, (Towiivillo,) farmer, (}ret»n.

Gillot Bros., (Townville,) (llichard. John

and Stimuel,) wooden bowlmanufH.



Gillet. Isaac D.. (Townville,) r 25, cooper

and farmer 65.
Gillet. John. (Townville,) (Gillet Bros.)
Gillet, Richard, (Townville,) (Gillet Bros.)
Gillet, Samuel, (Townville,) (Gillet Bros.)
Gillet, Samuel G. (Townville,) bowl

turner. Green.
GILSON, JOHN, (Townville,) prop. Cen-
tral Hotel, Main.
Gilscn. Peter, (Tryonville,) r 15, oil well
driller.

GLEASON, MATTHIAS G., (TownviUe,) r
7i<i farmer 50

Goodwill, Phebe' M. Mrs., (Oil Creek,)
(widow of Cyrus,) r 18. farmer 15.

GRAY, JACOB S., (Tryonville,) (Gray <S>
Nare Bros.,) r 28, farmer 350.

GRAY & NARE BROS., (Tryonville,)
(Jacob S. Gray and Philip J/. lUid Thos.
P. Xare,) r 28. lumbermen own 208.

Hall. Philo P., (Tryonville,) r 19, farmer
18 and leases 21.

Hall, Wm. W., (TryonviUe,) r 11, hotel
keeper.

Hanna, Joseph, (TownviUe,) (Joshua D.
Ilanna cf' Bro.)

Hanna, Joshua D. & Bro., (TownviUe,)
(Joseph,) r 8, farmer leases of Richard
M., 113.

Hanna, Richard M., (TownviUe,) r 8, far-
mer 113.

Harper, Jas., (Tryonville,) r 15, farmer 8.

Harris, Ebenezer, (TownviUe,) r 27, super-
visor and farmer 60.

Harris, Henry E., (Townville,) r 27, farmer
20.

Hatch, Adrian F,, (TryonvUle,) r 15, car-
penter.

Hatch, John, (TownvUle,) carpenter'
Green.

Hathaway, Fredericks., (Tryonville,) rll,
cooper and peddler.

Hawthorn. John B., (TownviUe,) farmer
5t, Main.

Heath, Almon, (TownviUe.) farmer 50,
Green.

Heath, Linus T., (TownviUe,) farmer 31,
Main.

Hodge, Wesley, (TownviUe,) r 22, farmer
22.

Holtz, John, (TownviUe,) r 10, cooper and
farmer 12.

HOPKINS, ELLERY, (TownviUe,) r 20,
farmer 53.

Hopkins, Miles, (TownviUe,) r 9, super-
visor and farmer 96.

Hopkins, Orson, (TownvUle,) r 10, town
clt'rk and farmer 40.

Hotchkiss, Wm. W., (TownviUe,) carpen-
ter, Fremount.

Howard, SuHan. (widow of Levi,) (Town-
ville,) r 27. farmer 25.

Hoyt, P'redurick H., (TownvUle,) clerk and
secretary of borough. Fremount.

HOYT. GEO. R.. (TownviUe,) burges.saud

farnuT 140, Fn«niount.
Hyde. Edward, (TownviUe,) r 27, farmer

20.
Hyd»«, iHaac, (TownviUe,) ahoo maker,

.Main.
Hyde. Joslah. (Tryonville,) r 15, farmer

l«>aat<H of Orlando Retvl. 40.
Jones, Uri, (Townville,) r 9, farmer 125.



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CRA WFORD COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORY.




Main Street, Tryonville, Pa.

'Represe7its no7ie but F'irst Class Compaiifes. All classes of
J^a?'m 'Property take?i at 'Measonable 'Hates. All
Appllcatio7is will 7'eceive pro?npt attention.



MANUFACTURERS OF

LIGHT t^ HEAVY CAHHIAGES,

WAGONS, SLEIGHS &C.

Eepairing Neatly and Prompily Lena. All Work Warranted.

Shop on Main St., SPARTANSBURG, PA.



EDWIN KINGSLEY.



CHAS. L. KINGSLEY.



SPARTAB^SBURC, PA.



DEALER IN



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Fancy Articles, Paints, Oils, Brushes, and a general variety of other goods,
of nearly every description, at lowest market prices. Prompt Payment is Required.

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, LAND & INSURANCE AGENT.



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fr A^PIH BB'O'^HEBi




PLANK ROAD, TITUSVILLE, PA.,

Would respectfully call attention to the fact, that they are the largest and most suc-
cessful FLORISTS in the country. Their plants are remarkable for healthy growth
and fine form. Their prices are the very lowest, and their trade increasing immensely.
Their stock of Greenhouse and Bedding Plants are complete, consisting ol' Roses,
Geraniums, Fuchsias, Verbenas, Heliotropes, Carnations. Petunias, Coleus, Achy-
ranthus, Lautana, Feverfew. Dahlias &c. Bouquets. Wreaths. Crosses, Baskets and
Monograms made to order and sent to all parts of the country by express. Plants
sent to all parts of the country by mail or express. Catalogues on application.

Address WALDIE BUOS., Florists, TitusTilJe, Pa.



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KELLOGG, HOLLIS, (Tryonville,) r 15,
butcher.

King. Wm. R., (To-wnville,) gardener and
farmer 40, Fremount.

Kingsley, Edgar, (Townville,) r 27, car-
penter and farmer 1:^.

Kingsley, Wm. M., (Townville,) black-
smith. Main.

Kohman, Frederick W., (Tryonville,) r 19,
cooper.

KOHMANN, PHILIP, (Tryonville,)
(Ekhart d" Kohmaivn.)

LAMB, ALBERT B.. (TownviUe,) r 27,
farmer leases of E. D., 71. I

Lamb, Daniel, (TownviUe,) r '^6, farmer 50.

Lamb, Eionko D., (Townville,) saw mill
and farmer, Fremount.

Lamb, George, (TownvUle,) r 21, saw
mill.

LAMB, HENRY A., (TownviUe,) farmer
leases of Mary J., 11, Main.

Lamb, John, (TownviUe,) miller, Fre-
mount.

LAJVIB, LEVI L., (TownviUe.) (successor
to Lamb & Hunter, jgeneral merchant.
Main.

Lamb. Mary J., (widow of Grove,) (Town-
ville, ) farmer 11, Main.

Lamb. Wm. L.. (TownviUe,) r 24, farmer
30.

Lanphier, Chas. E.. (TownviUe,) r 20. town
clerk, prest. School Board and far-
mer 25.

Lefever, EUas M., (TownviUe,) r 21, far-
mer leases of Martin Hendershot,
Titusville, KX).
Lewis, Aaron, (TryonvUle,) r 11, farmer 50.

Lewis, Edward, (TryonvUle,) r 12, farmer
.50.

LEWIS, EZRA, (TryonvUle,) r 11, farmer
25.

Light, George W., (Centerville,) r 18, far-
mer .50.

LilUe. Chas. H., (TryonvUle,) r 28, carpen-
ter.

Lupher. Adoniram J., (TownviUe,) r 4,
farmer .55.

Lyon, Mary Mrs., (widow of John,) (Town-
viUe,) farmer 1, Main.

Mason, Thos. J., (TownviUe,) wagon
maker, Fremount.

McCabe, Andy, (TryonviUe.)rl6X, grocer.

McCJriUis, Daniel H., (TryonviUe,) r 11,
lumberman and farmf^r 300.

McGinuis, Thos., (Trycjuvilie.^r 16, farmer
15.

Merritt, Lucien F. Rev, (TryonviUe,) r 15,
pa.stor M. v.. Church.

Mix. Wm E.. (Tryonville,) r 15, eclectic
physician.

Morton, Stutlfy, (TryonviUe,) rl5, tanner
and shoe maker.

Mun. David. (TryonviUe,) r 15, R. R. con-
tra(;tor and iiuilclt>r.

Murdoch, David, (TownviUe,) r 20, fanner

25.
Myers, John Q., (TownviUe,) r 4, farmer

51.
NARK. PHILIP M., (Tryonville,) ((?r<iy Jk

Sure /Iron.)
NARK. THOMAS P., (TryonvUle,) (Gray

A- S'itrf /lri>^.)
NASON, W.M., M. D., (Townville.) physl-
cian and Hurgeon and druggist. Main.



Navy, Christopher, (TownviUe,) r 7, far-
mer 120.
Odell, Worter G., (Tryonville.) r 11,

cooper.
PARKER, ALMERAN, (TownviUe,) r 9,

farmer.
Parker, Milton, (TownvUle,) r 9, farmer

91.
PhUlips, James H., (TownviUe,) r 6, farmer

05.
Phillips, Joseph, (TownviUe,) r 5, farmer

100.
Phillips, Lebbeus, (TownviUe,) r 4, farmer

40.
Phillips. Orville, (Townville,) r 7, farmer

leases 130.
Phillip.s, Rachel F. Mrs., (TownviUe,)

(widow of Wilson,) r '^i, farmer 24.
Pond, Jeremiah W., (Townville,) r 25, far-
mer leases of Joel A., 115.
Pond. Joel A., (TownviUe,) r 25, farmer

115.
POST, CHAS., (TryonviUe,) r 11, farmer

leases of Daniel H. McCrillis, 30.
POST. FONES W., (TownviUe,) carriage

and wagon manuf.. Main.
POST, MERIT, (TryonviUe,) r 11, farmer

50.
PRESTON, ABSALOM P.,(TryonviUe, ) (^.

P. Preston & Son,) r 2(S, farmer lUO.
PRESTON, A. P. & SON, (TryonviUe,)

{A hnalom P. and Chas. S.,) r 28, manuf s.

shingles.
P '.ESTON, CHAS. S., (TryonviUe,) (.4. P.

Preaton d- So?i. )
Preston, Luther B., (Tryonville,) r 11,

blacksmith and farmer 12.
Proper, Daniel W., (TryonvUle,) r 11, team-
ster.
Proper, Shubal L., (TownviUe,) r 22, farmer

50.
Putnam. John, (Centerville,) r 17, black-
smith and farmer 21.
Putnam, Lewis, (Centerville,) r 17, farmer

15.
Radle Bros., (TownviUe,) (Fret*man T.and

•Mill y.,) general merchants. Main.
Radle, Freeman T., (Townville,) (Uadle

BroH. )
Radle, John N., (TownviUe,) {RudU Bron.)

Radle, Samuel F., (TownviUe,) blacksmith,

Foemouut.
Radle, Samuel F. Mrs., (TownviUe,)

milliner. Fremount.
Reynolds, Edwin, (TownviUe,) r 7, farmer

IcH.Hfs of Wm., 05.
Reynolds, Wm., (TownviUe,) r 7, farmer

05.
Robison, Chas. H., (Townvillo,)r 9, farmer

200.
Rose, Adner E., (Townville.) asst. as.«es-

8or an<l fanner 100, Green.
Rose, Peter. (TownviUe.) r 0. farmer 450.
Ross. Finley. (Tryonville. 1 r 1.5, fiinner .'iH.
ROSS. W.M. n.. (Tryonville. ^ r IT.
ROSS. WM. .M.. (Centorvillo.l r 1

sor and furni"r 1 10.
Shoiit?< * Co.. (Townville.) (Thrm. ShoufM.

Af>ii*t' H<lm*ii iind St'htiijter T»>ikfr*tury,)

nianufs. staves and wooden bowls,
Fremount.
ShoiitH, Thos., (Townvino.)(.SrAort' > '" i
' Sndth, Hyron, (TownviUe,) i i.

Fremount.



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SMITH, JACOB W., (Tryonville,) farmer

50.
Smith, Leonard A., (Townville,) physician,

Main.
Snow. Solomon, (Tryonville,) r 15, farmer

leases of Wm. Thorp, Meadville, 37.
SNOW, "WM. P., (Tryonville,) r 15. farmer

leases of Dr. P. Nichols, Danbury,

Conn., 49.
Squier, Wm. P., (Townville,) r 20, farmer

52.
Stevens, James F.. (Townville,) post mas-
ter and Agent Howe Sewing Machine

and Estey Organ, Greene.
Stives, Philemon W., (Tryonville,) r 28,

carpenter.

STIVES, WM. L., (Tryonville,) r 11, farmer
leases of Chancey Bardsdale, Roches-
ter, N. Y., 23.

Strawbridge, Geo. W., (Townville,) r 10,
farmer 136.

Streater, Lewis M., (Tryonville,) r 19,
cooper.

Sturgin, Franklin K., (Oil Creek,) r 18, far-
mer 15.

Teukerbury, Schuyler, (Townville,) {Shonts
d- Co.)

Thomas, Stephen L., (Tryonville,) r 11,
farmer 11.

Titus, David, (Tryonville,) r 15, farmer 96.

Titus, Isaac L., (Tryonville,) r 19, farmer 1.

Titus, John R., (Tryonville,) r 11. farmer 3,

TRUDE, NATHAN B., (TryonviUe,) r 13,
carpenter and farmer 55.

Tryon Bros., (Tryonville.) {Geo. W, and
Wafthington D.,) T 15, farmer 75.

TRYON, DAVID, (Tryonville,) r 15, super-
visor and farmer 100.

TRYON, EDWIN W., (Tryonville,) r 28,

TRYON, GEO. W., (Tryonville,) {Tryon
Brod.,) r 15, farmer 50.

Tryon, Henry B., (Tryonville,) r 15, sur-
veyor, carpenter and farmer 5.

TRYON, JAMES, (Tryonville, )r 15, justice
of the peace and farmer 75.

Tryon, Jeremiah, (Tryonville,) r 16, gar-
dener and farmer 80.

Tryon. John W., (Tryonville,) r 15, carpen-
ter.



TRYON, TRUMAN H., (Tryonville,) r 16,
gardener.

Tryon, Washington D., (Tryonville.)
{Tryon Bros.,) r Ih., station agent and
telegraph operator.

Turner, James W., (Townville,) corner r
11 and 20, farmer 50.

Turner, John, (Centerville,) r 17, farmer
leases of Jeremiah Tryon, 3.

VanBurger, Ichabod C, (Tryonville,) r 11,
farmer 20.

Vanguilder, Geo., (Tryonville,) r 11, far-
mer 10.

Waid, David S., (Townville,) r 10, justice
of the peace and farmer 100.

Waid, Dewitt C, (Tryonville.) r 11, lum-
berman.

WAID. JOHN, (Tryonville,) r 11, lumber-
man and farmer 600.

Waid, Ozial, (Tryonville,) r 11, supervisor
and farmer 50.

Waid, Ralph C, (Tryonville,) r 11, grocer.

Waid, Reuben, (Tryonville,) r 11, consta-
ble, collector and farmer 10.

Walton, John L., (Townville,) r25, farmer
leases of John F. Wykoff, 70.

Watson, Stephen, (Townville,) r 27, far-
mer 50.

Watson, Thos., (TryonviUe,) r 13, farmer
50.

Wheelock, Amariah, (Townville,) r 7^,
cattle dealer and farmer 100.

Wheelock, Cornelius A., (Townville,) r
7%, cattle dealer.

Wheelock, Isaac W., (Townville,) r 7}4,
cattle and sheep dealer and farmer
100.

WHITMAN, GEO., (Tryonville,) r 15,
blacksmith.

WINANS, JOHN, (Townville,) manuf.
carriages, wagons and sleighs. Green.

Winston, John W.. (Townville,) farmer .50.

Wood, Erastus, (Townville,) wooden bowl
turner. Green.

Wood, John, (Townville,) (Z. & J. Wood.)

Wood, Lewis, (Townville,) {L. &J. Wood.)

Wood. L. & J., (Townville,) {LewU and
John,) millers and manuf s. wooden
bowls, Fremount.

Zents, Jacob W., (Townville,) farmer 55.
Fremount.



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(Post Office Addresses in Parentheses.)

Explanation. — The letter r, following the P. O. address, signifies road, and the
figures following it refer to the number of the road as designated on the map. in the
fore part of the book. Where no road number is given, the party is supposed to
reside in the Village.



Allen, Geo., (Conneautville,) r 3, farmer
42.

Allen. J. H., (Conneautville,) r 3, farmer
22.

Baker, Ben W., (Conneautville,) r 8, mason
and farmer 60.

Baker, J. L., (Norrisville,) r 17, farmer
leases 96.

Beard, Theron, (Dicksonsburgh,) farmer
100.

Beatty, Samuel,(Dick8onsburgh,) r 20, far-
mer 56.

Borden, Wm., (Conneautville,) r 5. farmer
33.

BORTLES, C. R., (Conneautville,) r 1, car-
penter and joiner.

Bortles, D. Mrs., (Conneautville,) r 1, far-
mer 10.

Brown, A. H., (Conneautville,) r5, farmer
100.

Brown, James, (Conneautville,) r 6, farmer

m.

Brown, R. M., (Norrisville,) r 17, farmer

leases 50.
Burns, John, (Norrisville,) r 12, farmer

20.
Cain, Luther, (Norrisville,) r 13, farmer

4.
Camp, E., (Norrisville,) r 14, farmer 10.

Carr, Anthony H., (Conneautville,) r 7, far-
mer 25.

Carr, Minor S., (Conneautville,) r 6, farmer
60.

Chamberlain, Daniel, (Conneautville,) r 8,
fanner "iO.

Chainberlin, J. S., (Norrisville,) r 15,
inuHou.

Chainberlin, S. B., (Dicksouburgh,) r 23,
farmer leases 4-'l

Chase, James, (Norrisville,) r 13, farmer
50.

CLOSE. JONATHAN. (Harmonsburgh.) r

"IM. lumber dt'ah'r and fiirincr l.'xt.
COBUKN. A., (Conneautville. » farnmr.
C;ole, ThoH., (Norrisville. ) r 14, fanner 26.

COON, DANIEL Jr., (Harmnurtburgh.) r

."V. giirdenor and fartn»»r 20.
COOPEK. JOHN, (Conn.'autvillo,) r 11,

farriH>r 115.
Crati'. Harriot Mrs., (Dicksonsburgh.) r 43,

farmer 50.



CROZIER, WM. S., (Conneautville,) r 3.
lumberman, ex-judge and farmer 245.

CROZIER., WM. S. Jr.. (Conneautville,) r
3. calker and laborer.

DAVENPORT, ABRAM D., (Conneaut-
ville,) r 27, carpenter and joiner and
farmer 69.

DAVENPORT, GEO., (Dicksonburgh.) far-
mer.

DAVENPORT, H. H. & SON, (Dickson-
burgh,) (J. X.,) r43. farmer 150.

DAVENPORT, J. A., (Dicksonburgh,) r 19,
farmer 150.

DAVENPORT, J. L., (Dicksonburgh.) (//.
H. iJarenport & Son.)

Dearborn, A. L., (Norrisville,) r 17, farmer
80.

Dearborn, J., (Norrisville.) r 14, farmer 50.

Dearborn, John, (Norrisville,) r lyi, far-
mer 50.

Dearborn, Simeon, (Norrisville,) r 17,
asst. assessor and farmer 8;i.

Dearborn, W., (Norrisville,) r 14, farmer
leases 5(>.

Depue, J. W., (Dicksonburgh,) r 34, far-
mer 68.

Dibble, Arza, (Conneautville,) r 5, farmer
leases 120.

Dodge, Daniel W., (Norrisville.) r 6, far-
mer ;j().

Dodge, David, (Conneautville, )r 6, farmer
30.

Ellithorp, C. H., (Norrisville, )r 41, farmer
50.

Fetterman. Clark, (Conneautville,) r 5,
farmer leases 106.

Fetterman. C. R., (Conneautville,) r 5,
fanner 9 1.

FETTERMAN, GEO., (Conneautville,) r 5,
farnicr \Ky\.

FISH, ALBKUT, (Conneautville.) farmer.

Fish. Alonzo, (.Conneautville,) r •'$;!, farmer
25.

Frazior. L. M., (Conneautville,) r 6,
mtichanlc and fariii««r .V).

Qahring. (i»«o., (Cunn*>autvllle,) r 27, shoe
maker and fannor 25.

Gevin. James, (Dicksonburgh.) r 23, far-
mer 1(N).

Oevln. V()l«>ntln P., (Dicksonburgh.) r 17,
farin«'r25.

Gordon (ten.. (Norrisville,) r 13, stone
maHon and farmer 42.



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Gordon, Jack, (Norrisville,) r 12, farmer

50.
GORDON, THOMAS, (Norrisville,) r 12,

supervisor and farmer 40.
Greelee, Ed., (Norrisville,) r 13, farmer

KM).

Haines, Seth W., (Dicksonburgh,) r 36,
farmer leases 75.

Hall. Thos. T., (Harmonsburgh,) r 38,
farmer 300.

HAMMON, H., (Dicksonburgh,) {McDowell



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