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Chapel, from AVest av easterly to Water

Church, from State west to Park

Cross, runs northerly from Belden av

Cross, from Main westerly across D & N R R

East avenue, from State southerly through East Norwalk

East Water, from 1 \\'all southerly

Eclipse avenue, from Union av east to Camp

Elizaheth, east and west across Center av

Elm, from School northerly

Elm, easterly from Franklin av to West av

Fair, from Catharine northerly

France, continuation of Park northerly from North av

Franklin avenue, runs northerly from Arch to Belden av

Grand, from Catharine westerly

Gravel Beach, from the river west to Fort Point

Gregory's road, southerly from East av

Harbor, from Chapel southerly

Harriet, from Elizabeth northerly to Sticky Plain rd

Helen, northerly from Elizabeth

High, from North av southerly to Wall

Hoyt, from Main westerly

Knight, from Wall northerly

Last Rock road, from France northerly

Leonard, ( sometimes called Merritt), from Water westerly

Lewis, from Park westerly

Main, from Wall northerly to Wilton rd

Mechanic, from River southerly

S!RICUS[CHILLEO PLOW CO,, 381 Water Street.



190 NORWALK DIRECTORY.

uHrllLNu & nlLt) Manufrs of Artistic Je^velry.

Merwin, from West av easterly to Water

Merritt, see Leonard

Mott avenue, runs westerly from West av to Union av

Newton turnpike, continuation of State

North avenue, from Main easterly by France and Park
to the brook

North Union avenue, from Main northerly to Sticky
Plain rd

Old Post road, continuation of North av easterly

Orchard, from Water westerly to West av

Osborne avenue, northerly across Van Zandt av from
Fort Point E N

Park, from North av southerly

Plattsville avenue. Cobble Hill from New Canaan rd

Pleasant, westerly from Fort Point

Prospect avenue, from West av northerly to water works

Plymouth avenue, from Main northerly to Sticky Plain rd

River, from Belden av easterly

Riverside avenue, from Belden av northerly

Second, from Cove easterly to East av E N

State, from Wall east, then north to Newton pike

Sticky Plain road, from France westerly to Wilton rd

Summer, from W Main southwesterly

Union place, runs easterly from Franklin av to Lincoln
avenue

Union avenue, northerly from Washington pi to Bel-
den av

Wall, runs easterly from West av to ft Mill Hill

Warren, from Fair easterly

Washington place, runs westerly from Lincoln av to
Prospect av

Water, northerly from Butler across Chapel to Wall

West Main, continuation of Main beyond Union av

Westport road, continuation of Main northerly

Wilton road, continuation of Main

MacCRELLISH & QUIGLEY

i6 E. STATE ST.. TRENTON. N. J.

BOOK PRINTERS.



ESTIMATES FURNISHED.



NORWALK DIRECTORY. 191

DWIGHT H. TERRY,

Main c State, Bridgeport

See Adv. page 4.



APPENDIX



NORWALK TOWN GOVERNMENT— 1881.

Election first Monday in October.

Selectmen — Isaac Selleck, Jr., Nelson J. Cross, Wm.
C. Sammis.

Town Clerk — Henr_y K. Selleck.

Town Treasurer — William A. Curtis.

Registrar of Births, etc. — James A. Brown.

Collector — George B. St. John.

Constables — John F. Raymond, Edward Nelson,
Wm. G. Crockett, Joseph P. Crossmon, Aurelius J.
Meeker, David Dayton, Joseph Tammany.

Assessors — Benjamin J. Sturges, Thomas Guyer,
Jacob Turk.

Board of Relief — Bradley S. Keith, W^m. H, Benedict,
Augustus C. Golding.

Grand Jurors — James G. Barbour, John H. Kenny,
Spencer C. Horton, Isaac R. Doty, George W. Day,
John W. Bogardus.

School Visitors — Ira Coles, Moses B. Pardee, Herman
H. Barbour

Auditors of Town Accounts — John H. Ferris, Burr
Smith.

Sealer of Weights and Measures — Wm. J. Finney.

Pound Keepers— Silas B. Meeker, George Meeks,
William C. Selleck, Spencer C. Horton, George N.
Morgan.

Hay wards — Milton Van Keuren, Eli Beach, Theodore
Hartwick, Stephen Tompkins, Samuel Waters, George
Van Hoosear.

Oyster Committee — George N. Warren, Oliver W.
Weed, Charles W. Bell.

Registrars of Voters — First District, George N. Ells,
Edward Merrill. Second District, William S. Bouton,
Theodore Wilcox. Third District, William B. Hen-
drick, Winfield S. Hanford.

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192 NORWALK DIRECTORY.



umi & iiiG[,



20 John Street, N. Y. 'W^atch
and Chronometer Makers.



Courts.

Probate Court, which includes the towns of Norwalk,
New Canaan and Wilton, Asa B. Woodward, judge.

NORWALK BOROUGH GOVERNMENT.

Warden — James W. Hyatt.

Burgesses — Asa Smith, Piatt Price, F. V. Brush, F.
Mead, Matthew Bird, C. B. Coolidge.

Clerk — John S. Seymour.

Bailiff— Albert De Forest.

Collector — Elber Curtis.

Treasurer — Robert S. Craufurd.

Chief of Police — John O'Sullivan.

Policeman — Frank Foster.

Water Commissioners — W. S. Moody, Augustus C.
Golding, Charles E. St. John.

Fire Department.

Chief Engineer— J. B. Ells.

Assistant Engineers — R. W. Adams, T. Harrison.

Phoenix Fire Engine Co., No. 1, 40 Main. Foreman,
W. Hands ; Assistants, W. R. Olmstead, W. S. Bartram.

Hope Hose Co., No. 2, 20 Water. Foreman, F.
McKeon ; Assistants, J. Malone, H. Wolfe.

Pioneer Hook and Ladder Co., No. 1, 42 Main. Fore-
man, H. Ryder ; Assistants, Frank Fitch, William E.
Buxton.

Fire Police — Captain, A. J. Meeker ; Sergeant, Charles
Olmstead.

Banks.

Fairfield County National Bank, 44 Wall. Incorpo-
rated 1824; National, 1865. Capital, $300,000. F.St.
John Lockwood, President ; Lester S. Cole, Cashier.
Directors, F. St. John Lockwood, J. W. Hubbell, E. B.
Bennett, W. S. Lockwood, L. J. Curtis, C. E. St. John,
J. H. Perry, W. B. E. Lockwood.

The National Bank of Norwalk, 51 Wall. Incorpo-
rated 1857. Capital, $240,000. Stiles Curtis, President ;
Robert B. Craufurd, Cashier. Directors, E. Hill, James
W. Hyatt, E. Beard, E. K. Lockwood, E. J. Hill, Wm.
Randel Smith. Discount day, Tuesday.

Central National Bank, 26 Wall. Incorporated Sep-



/5,000 Sjracuse Chilled Plows in Itie Field



See
I page 6.



193



P. A. BARTRAM & CO.,
PACKERS,



-AND-



WHOLESALE PROVISION DEALERS

439, 441 AND 443 WATER ST.,

BRIDGEPORT, CONN.

F. A. BARTRAM. GEO. H. BARTRAM. EDGAR B. BARTRAM.
WM. LIEBERUM. AUGUST LIEBERUM.

HEBERDIH BROS.,

CABINET MAKERS

AND UPHOLSTERERS,

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Furniture
Mattresses, &c.,

315 "Water St., Bridgeport, Conn.

W. D. COOK & SONS,

COMMISSION MERCHANTS,



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
all kinds of




1, mil m vpiies,

400 & 402 WATER ST.,

BRIDGEPORT, CONN.

WM. D. COOK, WM. H. COOK, JOS. H. COOK, JEROME T. COOK.



194

CHARLES BELKNAP,

MEN'S FURNISHINGS.

AGENT FOR THE DUN LAP HAT.

l^o- 3S2 Ix/^siirL street,

BRIDGEPORT, CONN.

S- IDE]SS-^"Cr,

4 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK,



-IMPORTER OF-



Ca,r"bcaa„ Bortz; and. :E'rec;io-a.s Stones.





I make a Specialty of

EXTRA QUALITY CARBON,

(black diamonds)

For Diamond Drills, Diamond Saws, Millstone Dressing Macblnes, Turning

and Trueing Emery Wheels, and for all kinds of

M&chanical Purposes.

Brazilian and African Bortz, Diamond Powder (or dust) for all purposes. Diamond
Drills for Lapidaries and Dentists' use. All kinds of Diamond Toots made to order.

TIBSSTTiF cSc CO.,

FASHIONABLE OUTFITTERS,

AND ORIGINATORS OF STYLES FOR

MEN'S, YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
254 and 256 Broadway,

NEW YORK.



NORWALK DIRECTORY, 195

BILLIARD TABLES.
768 BROADWAY, N. Y.

tember 1st, 1876. Capital, $100,000. A. S. Hurlbutt,
President; Wm. A. Curtis, Cashier. Directors, A. S.
Hurlbutt, T. H. Morrison, H. F. Guthrie, George M.
Holmes, P. L. Cunningham, E. L. Boy er, Charles Smith,
S. Morehouse, G. S. Hutchinson.

Norwalk Savings Society, 44 Wall. Incorporated
May, 1849. Wm. B. E. Lockwood, President ; Samuel
E. Olmstead, Vice-President; George E. Miller, Secre-
tary and Treasurer, Directors, Wm. B. E. Lockwood,
Samuel E. Olmstead, George M. Holmes, Robert B.
Craufurd. Wm. C. Street, Asa Smith, George E. Miller,
Edward K. Lockwood, F. St. John Lockwood,

Incorporated Companies.

Norwalk Fire Insurance Company, 45 Wall. Incor-
porated 1860. Assets, S141,169. 'William C. Street,
President ; George R. Cowles, Secretary ; S. E. Olm-
stead, Treasurer, Directors, George G. Bishop, William
S. Lockwood, Asa Smith, E, B. Bennett, William C.
Street, W. B. E. Lockwood, S. E. Olmstead, .John
Osborn, Dudley P. Ely, George B. St. John, Norwalk,
Conn; F. S. Wildman, Danbury; D. P. Nichols, E. A.
Tweedy, S. Y. St. John, New Canaan, Conn,

Norwalk Gas Light Co., 18 Wall. Incorporated 1856.
Capital, $70,000. Dudley P. Ely, President ; George B,
St. John, Secretary and Treasurer ; L. C. Harxford,
Superintendent.

Norwalk Horse Railway Co., 10 Wall. James W.
Hyatt, President ; E. G. Hoyt, Secretary,

Union Manufacturing Company, River cor. Belden av.
Stiles Curtis, President; Wm. B. E. Lockwood, Secre-
tary and Treasurer; A. F. Bishop, Superintendent.

A. E. Smith's Son's Pottery Company, East Water
cor. Wall. Incorporated 1875. Howard H. Smith,
President; Asa Smith, Treasurer; Elbert W. Smith,
Secretary

Columbia Steam Navigation Company.

Norwalk Library Incorporation, 18 Wall, Ezra H.
Parker, Librarian,

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isfaction. See page 6.

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196 NORWALK DIRECTORY.



BARTENS & RICE,



20 John St , New York. Watches Made,
and Key-Winding Watches made into
Stem-Winders.



Masonic.

St. John's Lodge, No. 6, F. A. M., meets the first and
third Thursday evenings of each month, at St. John's
Hall, 34 Wall.

Washington Chapter, No, 24, R. A. M., meets the first
Wednesday evening of each month, at St. John's Hall.

Clinton Commandery, No. 3, K. T., meets the first
Friday evening of each month, (July and August ex-
cepted), at St. John's Hall, 34 Wall.

I. O. O. P.

Our Brothers' Lodge, No. 10, meets at Odd Fellows
Hall, 34 Wall, every Monday evening, at 8 o'clock.

Degree Lodge, first Monday evening in each month.

Kabosa Encampment, No. 9, meets at Odd Fellows
Hall, 34 Wall, every second and fourth Thursday of
each month.

Norwalk Lodge, No. 6, Daughters of Rebecca, meets
at Odd Fellows Hall, every second and fourth Tuesday
of each month.

Societies.

Concord Division, S. of T., meets at St. John's Hall,
34 Wall, every Friday of each month.

St. James T. A. B., meets at 13 Main, first Monday
evening in each month.

Newspapers.

Norwalk Gazette (weekly ), 34 Wall. A. H. Byington
& Co., Editors and Proprietors.

Norwalk Hour and Westport Advertiser (The) (week-
ly), 13 Water. B. W. Maples, Editor and Proprietor.

Democrat (The) (weekly), 34 Wall.

Churches.

Second M. E., West av, c Belden av, Rev. C. S. W^ing,
pastor.

Baptist, Slate. No pastor.

First Congregational, Park cor Lewis, Rev. John A.
Hamilton, pastor.

St. Paul's, Green n State, Rev. C. M. Selleck, rector.

St. Mary's R. C, West av cor Chapel, Rev. John Rus-
sell, pastor.

Christian Union Chapel, Cranberry plain, pastor.

Town Hall (colored), East av, n Wall, pastor.



WM. ANSON WOOD

Mower and Reaper.



S,S.JllRVIS6S0Mgts.



SOUTH NORWALK.



ABBREVIATIONS.— Ab., above; adj , adjoining; al., alley; av., avenue;
bds., boards ; bel., below; b. or bet., between; e. or cor., corner; E., East;
ft., foot; h., hou.se; la., lane ; N., North; n., near; N. Y., New York; opp.,
opposite; pi., place; prin., principal ; prop., proprietor; r., rear; rd., road ;
R. R., railroad ; sq., square; S., South; st., street; tp., turnpike; W., West.

Abbott George I, clerk, h 33 Chapel

Abend roth George, furrier, h 7 Spring

Abrams Alfred, machinist, h 26 Franklin

Acker William M, conductor, h 15 Haviland

Ackert August, hotel, h Elmwood av n High

Adams Anne L, widow George, h 12 Franklin

Adams Bros (Gerardus P and Edwin Adams), hat

manufrs, R R pi c Clay
Adams Charles H, machinist, h Springwood
Adams Edwin (Adams Bros), mayor and treas Hat

Forming Co, h 12 Chapel
ADAMS' EXPRESS CO, office in depot
Adams Gerardus P (Adams Bros), h Beatty, Norwalk
Adams Le Roy, fish, vegetables, &c, 10 R R pi, h do
Ahrens Charles, cigarmaker, h Germania Hotel
Aldridge Albert, machinist, h 21 Day
Alger Harriet, widow Preserved, h Chapel n Cedar
Allen Charles B, brakeman, h Graniteville
Altenbrant Leonard, furrier, h 8 Chestnut
Altstadt N Y, furrier, h R R pi n Clay
Ambler Alva B, hatter, h Springwood
Ambler Emma, widow Samuel, h Springwood
AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE CO OF

PHILADELPHIA, W S Hanford, agent, 40 Main
Anderson Carl, driver, h 6 Bay View av
Angello D (Guarnieri & Angello), h Norwalk
Arnold Alonzo, shoemaker, h 88 Washington
Asch Joseph J, hatters' furs, Monroe n Main, h 106

Main
Ashwood Stanley, machinist, h 24 Ann
Atherton William S, shoecutter, h Golden Hill n Chapel
Austin Alfred E, lawyer, h 30 Washington

SO IIIPIIIO P Ofllil Hardware Merchants,

I Oi JAnVIO & OUIli 381 Water St., Bridgeport.



198 SOUTH NOR WALK DIRECTORY.



mjm & mi



20 JOHN STREET. NEW YORK.

Sole Agents for the Celebrated

STAR WATCH COMPANY, GENEVA.



Avery Seth, shoemaker, h 11 Bay View av

Ayres Edward, blacksmith, h 15 Raymond

Ayres Elbert R, blacksmith, h 21 Raymond

Ayres Wilbur M, butcher, 61 Main, h Summit n High

Bacon Samuel C, hatter, h Meadow n Woodward av

Badoye U, hatter, h 14 Chestnut

Bailey Henry 0, hatter, h Springwood

Bailey James S jr, h 72 West av

Bailey Mrs Lucy E, h Springwood

Bailey Welford S, hatbiocker, h Lowe n West

Baker Frank M, supt, h High n Elmwood av

Baker Frederick, lockmaker, h Springwood

Baker Henry, carpenter, ft Elizabeth, h Moore

Baker Randolph L, livery stable, Warwick House, h

149 Main
Baker Tallmadge, h 49 West
Baker William, carriagemaker, h 3 Haviland
Balser John, laborer, h 14 Spring
Banks Edmund K (Banks & Snyder), h 16 Chapel
Banks Emeline, widow William, 16 Chapel
BANKS & SNYDER (Edmund K Banks and Her-
man Snyder), fancy dry goods, hosiery, notions, &c,
60 Washington
Barber Cyrus C, hatter, h 22 Chestnut
BARMORE MATILDA F, widow John, dress-
maker, Springwood rd, h do. See adv under
Barnes James, waterman, h Springwood
Barraclough Gehertus, shoemaker, h over Post Office
Barraclough Harvey, shoe operator, h over Post Office
Barrett Catharine, widow Samuel, h Lowe n West
Barrett John F, hatter, h 138 Main
Barry Thomas, laborer, h Bouton la n Golden Hill
Barthol Otto (Hubbell & Barthol), h 8 Washington
Bartlett George H, hatter, h Springwood
BARTLETT HENRY H, prop City Hotel, Main

c Haviland
Bartram Charles, bookkeeper, h 8 High
Bartram Edward S, hatter, h 3 Spring
Bartram Seely, hatter, h 3 Spring

MRS. M. F. BARMORE,

FASMIOHmBLE DBlSSMiiKll,

Springwood Road, South Norwalk, Conn.



SOUTH NORWALK DIRECTORY. 199

BATES MARTIN JR & CO, hatters' furs, Spring
n R R

Bates William H, hatter, h Cross n Main

Baxter Elizabeth, widow William, h 86 West av

Baxter Frank H, druggist, h 30 Chestnut

Baxter Robert, straw goods, h 109 Main

Baxter William M, printer, h Woodward av n Meadow

Baxter William P, mason, h 36 Chestnut

Beamis Henrietta, widow Anson, h 137 Main F'-T";

BEARD EDWARD, pres Norwalk Iron Works Co,

and sec and treas Norwalk Lock Co, h West n West av
Beard Edward W, leather, h West n Spring
Beard Julia, widow William, h West n Spring
Bearse George F, bookkeeper, h 17 Haviland
Bearse Joshua, hatter, h 11 Haviland
Bearse L, bartender, h Warwick House
Bearse Willard, hatter, h 11 Haviland
Bechtel Adolph, cigarmaker, h 13 Washington
Bechtle Christian F, cigarmaker, h Springwood
Becker Conrad, grocer, 8 Washington, h do
Becker Michael, saloon, Water c Washington, h do
Beers Clinton S, hatter, h 27 Chestnut
Beers David jr, grocer, 70 Washington, h 33 Chapel
Beers Henry, hatter, h Cross n Main
Beers Mrs Sarah, h 116 Main
Beers William, hatter, h 108 West av
Bell Hiram, oysters, ft Water, h 5 Elizabeth
Bell Willis E, oysterman, h 5 Elizabeth
Benedict Arthur L, foreman, h Lowe n West
Benedict Charles H, furrier, h Springwood
Benedict Daniel F, farmer, h 93 Washington
Benedict Miss Elizabeth, h 9 Clay
Benedict George (G I'l W^ H Benedict), h 102 West av
Benedict George W, ])hysician, 102 West av, h do
BenedictGould, station and ticketagent, h 94 Washington
Benedict G & W H (George and William H Benedict),

hat manu'frs, Main c Cedar
Benedict Miss Mary, h 9 Clay
BeiKidict Mell, shoemaker, h 22 Chestnut
Benedict Neal D, photographer, h Ehn Grove
Benedict Thaddeus M, foreman, h 2 Day
Benedict William H (G & W H Benedict), 90 West av
Benger Henry, painter, h 25 Ann

iOD'SEncW Gear Mora, "lafwrsr'



200 SOUTH NORWALK DIRECTORY.



BIRTENS & mi



20 John St., New York. Sole Agents for
the Celetorated MCOLE, NIELSEN &
CO. LONDON WATCHES.



Benger Mary, widow William, h 25 Ann
Benger Otis, l)oxmaker, h 25 Ann
Bennett Charles P, clerk, h Mahackemo Hotel
Bennett William H, clerk, h Osborne av, E Norwalk
Berg A, h Germania Hotel

Berg Paul, gardener, h Woodward av n Meadow
Betts William H, carpenter, h 89 Washington
Blake Mrs Jessie, h 11 Bay View av
Blanchard A, straw hat manufacturer, h West n Lowe
Blood Charles J, hatter, h Lowe n Bouton
Bloom John G, laborer, h Lowe n Bouton
Bodwell Henry E, stationer, 47 Washington, h 16 Mar-
shall
Bodwell John H, messenger, h 16 Marshall
Bodwell Mrs Sarah A, h 16 Marshall
Bogardus John W, hatter, h 24 Marshall
Bogart George, hatter, h City Hotel
Bogert Gilbert, straw hat presser, 51 Washington, h Ray-
mond n Day
Borda Conrad, foreman, h 13 Chapel
Boughton Augustus, h 10 Washington
Boughton Edgar, agent, h 10 Elizabeth
Boughton Enoch, patentee, h 10 Elizabeth
Bouton E H, carpenter. Water n Tolles, h Ely Neck rd
Bouton Evan, carpenter, h Springwood rd
Bouton Frank, hatter, h Mahackemo Hotel
Bouton John B, hatter, h 58 West
Bouton Sylvester S, engineer, h 18 Chestnut
Bouton William S, justice, 49 Washington, h 9 Clay
Bouton W W, hatter, h 67 Washington
Boxsis Louis, furrier, h 21 Monroe
Boyce Edward, cigarmaker, h 37 Washington
Boyd Thomas H, driver, h Graniteville
Boylston Francis, carriagemaker, h Lowe n West
Bradley Angeline, widow Aaron, boarding, 11 Ann, h do
Bradbury Mrs Eliza D, h 24 Ann
Bradley Jesse S, carriagetrimmer, h 5 Chapel
Brennan Thomas, laborer, h 12 Washington
Brennan AVilliam, hatter, h 27 Wood
Briggemann William, machinist, h 13 Washington
Britto Charles, furrier, h Springwood
Britto George L, furrier, h Springwood
Britto John, hatter, h 21 Pine



Best Goods at Lowest Prices at



S. S. Jarvis & Son's,
381 Water St.



SOUTH NORWALK DIRECTORY. 201



HAVElOUllEITOimST?



DWIGHT H. TERRY,

Maiu c State, Bridgeport

See Adv. page 4.



Britto Josiah, furrier, h Springwood

Broadus Francis, farrier, h 35 Chestnut

Broadus Maria, widow John, h 35 Chestnut

Bronson Philo, shoemaker, h 5 Henry

Brooks Joseph, machinist, h 9 Ann

Brother ton Fernando G, painter, h 125 West av

Brotherton William F, farmer, h Elm Grove

Brown Charles E (Brown, Sherwood & Co), h Norwalk

Brown Edwin M, furcutter, h 124 Main

Brown Hannah, widow Silas, 130 Main

Brown Herbert S, teacher, h 5 Haviland

BROWN HIRAM S, boots and shoes, 87 Main, h 5

Haviland
Brown James A (Brown & Wilcox), h 16 West
Brown James E, carriagemaker, h 124 Main
Brown Moses H, oysterman, h 130 Main
Brown Samuel E, assistant postmaster, h 18 Monroe
Brown, Sherwood & Co (William E and Charles E

Brown and James C Sherwood ), hat manufacturers,

Union n Main
Brown Webster A, carpenter, h 18 Monroe
Brown William A (Brown, Sherwood & Co), h Union n

Main
Brown William L, shoemaker, h 88 Washington
Brown & Wilcox (James A Brown and Edwin Wilcox),

grocers, 49 Washington
Bruel Frederick, jeweler, h 115 West av
Brundage Alice, widow, h Springwood
Brundage R J, dressmaker, 19 Franklin, h do
Brush Charles H, shoemaker, h Bouton la n Golden

Hill
Brush Mrs Wealthy A, boarding, 9 Ann, h do
Brush William C, shipcarpenter, h 9 Ann
Bryant Asa A, shoemaker, h Cedar n Turnpike
Bucknam Homer, hatter, h 146 Main
Bucknam Lewis E, h 146 Main
Bulkley Augustus, restaurant in the depot, h do
Burl)ank George, oysterman, h 157 Main
Burbank John L, oysters, ft Water, h 112 Main
Burke Frederick W, farmer, h Roton Hill
Burke William C, physician, h Roton Hill
Burke William C jr, physician, 79 Washington, h do
Burritt Francis, h Burritt's Island

ILIUN nUnOL mIiKlSi 381 Water St. See page' 6.



202 SOUTH NORWALK DIRECTORY.



nllnirNx Al Kllr Artistic Designs Furnislied and Prizes



20 JOHN ST., NEW YORK.

tic Designs Furnislied and

.1 Made for Athletic Sports.



Bush Edwin H, hatter, h Main ext

Bush Joseph, laborer, h 8 Main

Bussing Henry, tipprinter, h 11 High

Bussing Thomas F, hatter, h 17 Ann

Bussing Thomas W, hatter, h 17 Ann

By X bee Albert, hatter, h Springwood

BYXBEE ALEXANDER, fish and vegetables,
Water n Washington, h Springwood rd

Byxbee Antoinette, widow Andrew, h Springwood rd

Byxbee Charles, oysterman, 131 Main

Byxbee Charles A, oysterman, h 23 Main

Byxbee Eliza, widow Henry, h 141 Main

BYXBEE FRANCIS F, hotel, R R pi opp depot, h
Main bel Woodward av

Bj'xbee George W, oysterman, h Springwood rd

BYXBEE HOTEL, Francis F Byxbee, prop, R R pi
opp depot

Byxbee Jane, widoAV John D, h 63 Main

Byxbee Samuel J. oyster planter, h Cross n Main

Byxbee Smith, shoemaker, Elm Grove

Byxbee Stephen D, clerk, h 5 Franklin

Byxbee William, h 141 Main

Caft'rey Francis, printer, h Water n Flizabeth

Cahill Edward, lockmaker. Summit n Golden Hill

Campbell Emily, widow Augustus, h 27 Franklin

Campbell Henry, hatter, h 27 Franklin

Canfield John, superintendent, h 11 Spring

Cape John J, h 23 Chapel

Carew Michael, shoes, 46 Main, h do

Carhart John, mason, h 22 Ann

Carley Adeline, widow Hugh, h Lowe n West

Carlin Tbomas, saloon, 8 Main, h do

Carlin Patrick, laborer, h 8 Wood

Carlson Henry, farmer, h Springwood

Carr George T, blacksmith, ft Raymond, h Water n
Raymond

Carr Septimus B, blacksmith, h Water n Raymond

Carroll George W, bookkeeper, h 10 Franklin

Casey James, laborer, h Woodward av n Meadow

Casey William, hatter, h 98 Main

Cavanagh James W, marbleworker. Water n Washing-
ton, h 136 Main

Cavanagh Lawrence, baggage agent, h 5 Clay



i i JARflS 6 SOI



IRON AGE CULTIVATORS,

381 WATER STREET. SEE ADV.

PAGE 6.



SOUTH NORWALK DIRECTORY. 203



Cavanagh Thomas C, baggage agent, h 5 Clay

Cavanagh William, hatter, h 6 Ann

Chambers John, lockmaker, h Graniteville

Chambers Mary, widow Charles, h Graniteville

Chapman Frank, hatter, h 21 JMonroe

•'Chase Ida C, tipmaker, h 127 Main

Chase Mary E, h 73 Washington

Chichester Mrs Caroline, h 20 Marshall

Chichester Sidney, butcher, h 10 R R pi

Chichester Theodore, clerk, h 20 Marshall

Christensen Andrew, tailor, h 4 Washington

CITY HOTEL, Henry H Bartlett prop. Main c Havi-

land
Clark Frederick N (J R Raymond & Co), h Bridgeport
Clark Mary, widow Edward, h Ronton la n Golden Hill
Clark Nathan B, hatter, h Raymond n Main
Clark Stanley, driver, h Raymond n Main
Clark W^illiam H H, pilot, h Cross n Main
Clarkin John, dyer, h Cedar n Chapel
Clongh William, machinist, h 24 Ann
Coles Eliza J, widow Garrett, h Cedar n turnpike
Coles George H, hatter, h Springwood
Coles Thomas, hatter, h Cedar n turnpike
Coley Alphonso B, bookkeeper, h 12 Clay
Collins James, mason, h Pine n R R
Collins John, furrier, h Springwood rd
Columbia Steam Navigation Co, ft Washington
COMMERCIAL UNION INSURANCE CO OF

LONDON, W S Han ford agent, 40 Main
COMSTOCK BROTHERS'( Stephen Comstock and

Henry B Rogers ), clothing, 79 Main
Comstock John A, driver, h Springwood
Comstock Samuel, hatter, h W^oodward av n Main
Comstock Stephen (C!omstock Bros), h Park, Norwalk
COMSTOCK WILLIAM W, grocer and feed, 153

Washington st bridge, h Main
Connecticut Republican (weekly), F S Lyon prop, 79

Main
Conners Joanna, widow John, h 23 ]\Iain
Connolly Loekwood B, teamster, h 49 Washington
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE CO OF N Y,

W S Hanford agent, 40 Main
Corbett Matthew, supt Old W^ell Cigar Co, h Washington



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Corcoran P A, clerk, h 62 Main

Corcoran Patrick, h Water n Elizabeth

Corson Alfred C, oysterman, h Woodward av n Meadow

Couch Charles W, quartermaster, h 5 Bay View av

Couch George W, watchman, h 5 Bay View av

Cousins James, carpenter, h Bouton la n Golden Hill

Craw Julius H (Doty & Craw), h Summit n High

Craw Nelson J, selectman, h 12 Chestnut

Craw William N, hatter, h 26 Chestnut

Creamer Thomas, laborer, h 11 Pine

Crofut Andrew J (Crofut & Knapp), h 116 West av

Crofut Arthur B, hatter, h 50 Washington

Crofut B J, hatter, h 50 Washington

Crofut E J, hatter, h 50 Washington


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