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Simpson, Robert C 677

Single Freemen, 1812 68, 71

Sisson, Putnam C 1047

Sixbee, Reynolds 1104

Slave Hunt, The Great 87

Smead, Ephraim A 1007

Smead, Joseph 1007

Smith, Alvah Lee 998

Smith, Arad 1093

Smith, Augustus 845

Smith, Benjamin B 266, 318, 663

Smith, Charles 1099

Smith, C. E 1003

Smith, Charles G 1093

Smith, Clareiice A 1096

Smith, David 963

Smith, Elijah 845

Smith, Dr. Frank 200

Smith, Frederick Bigelow 182, 998

Smith, Frederick Emerson, sketches

of 162, 995

Smith, Frederick Emerson, portrait of .505

Smith, Fred. T 845

Smith, Dr. G. A 200

Smith, George 1099

Smith, George Dwight 664

Smith, H. E 1003

Smith, Henry (Wellsboro) 719

Smith, Henry (Nelson) 824

Smith, James ' 213

Smith, James H 768

Smith, Jason E 769

Smith, Jesse 1103

Smith, John A 213

Smith, John B., M. D 202, 1029

Smith, John R 834

Smith, John Wesley 920

Smith, Dr. Joseph N 202

Smith, Joshua 1092

Smith, Marshall M 964

Smith, Morris 1103

Smith, Dr. Nathaniel 197

Smith, Northrop 1095

Smith, Octavius A 963

Smith, Philetus P 1093

Smith, Robert Bruce, ItJ. D., sketches

of 199, 999

Smith, Robert Bruce, M. D., portrait of . 513

Smith, William 1103

Smith, William Clive, M. D 999

Smith, W. H 185

Smythe, Dr. H. G 195

Smythe Park Association 119

Soldiers' Monument 248

Soldiers' Orphan Home 584

Soper, Collins W 1106

Soper, Ward B .1106

Soule, Elisha 833

Spalding, Adolphus D 693

Spalding, George M 693

Spaulding, Ezra, trial and conviction of . 80

Spaulding, Ezra, history of 81

Spaulding, Sem P., sketch of 798



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Spaulding, Sem P., portrait of 785

Spaulding, William 797

Speaker of House of Kepresentatives of

Pennsylvania 138

Speakers of the State Senate 138

Spear, Waldo 777

Spencer, Alenson 737

Spencer, Francis Upton 212

Spencer, Lyman 727

Spencer, Uriah 277, 506, 528, 991

Spencer, William Lee 727

Sprague, Hiram 932

Sprague, Lewis 932

Sprague, Thomas 932

Spratt, Dr. George 195

Starkey, John 798

Starkey, William 798

State Line Koad 93

State Line Surreys 93

State Normal School, Mansfield 582

State Eoads 100, 102

State Representatives 138

State Senators 138

Statistics, coal mining 130

Statls, John 752

Statts, Henry W 752

Statts, William 751

Statts, William A 752

Stauffer, George E 1100

Stauffer, Hamilton S 1101

StaufEer, Mack E 1101

Stebbins, Elijah H 954

Stebbins, Milford H 713

Stebbins, Orrin, Sr 953

Steele, John 737

Steele, Robert, Sr 211, 736

Steele, Robert 736

Stephenson, John P 937

Stevens, Daniel G 793

Stevens, Horace Leroy 793

Stevens, Martin 793

Stevens, William B., M. D 303, 833

Stewart, Sylvester 313

Stilwell, Richard J 1045

Stinehofer, Dr. John 193

Stokesdale, village of 358

Stokesdale Junction 359

Stone, Capt. Amos 307, 526

Stone, Eugene Howard 728

Stone, Israel 728

Stone, Hon. William A 173

Stony Fork, village of 357

Stott, Nimrod 925

Stowell, Hezekiah 113

Stowell & Dickinson 113

Strait, Charles L 1076

Strait, Ethan 964

Strait, George L 1076

Strait, Isaac 1076

Strait, Justus D 965

Strang, Hon. Butler B 163

Strang, J. C 185

Strange, Charles 1098

Strange, Charles H 1098

Strange, Joseph 1098

Strange, Marcus 1097

Stratton, Dr. Daniel 203



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Stratton, Daniel H U31

Stratton, Frank H 1122

Stratton, Martin 1121

Strawbridge, James 413

Streams, minor 28

Streeter, Augustus 164

Streeter, Dr. Burton 193

Stull, Col. Marinus W 213

Sturmer, Ferdinand T 747

Sturmer, George 748

Sturrock, David 675

Sturrock, Capt. Robert W 244

Sullivan Postoffice 566

Sullivan Township. — Organization, 557;
Area and Boundaries, 557; Elevation,
557; Soil, 557; Streams, 557; Origin of
Name, 557; Population, 557; Early Sel^
tiers, 557; Business Enterprises, 559;
Schools, 560; Physicians, 561; Justicee,
561; The Old School Baptist Church
of Sullivan, 561; The Free Will Baptist
Church of Sullivan, 561; The East Sul-
livan Baptist Church, 562; The Sulli-
van State Road Baptist Church, 563;
The Methodist Episcopal Church of
Mainesburg, 563; The State Road Meth-
odist Episcopal Class, 563; The Elk
Run Methodist Episcopal Church, 564;
The Church of Christ of Mainesburg,
564; The Central Union Church or Con-
gregation on the State Road, 564; The
Doud Burying Ground, 564; The State
Road Cemetery, 564; Gray's Valley
Cemetery, 565; The Mainesburg Ceme-
tery, 565; Secret Societies, 565; Bor-
ough of Mainesburg, 565; Sullivan
Postoffice, 566; Gray's Valley Postof-
fice, 566; Elk Run Postoffice, 566.

Sun, The Covington 601

Sweeley, J. Mack 1105

Sylvester, village of 456

Symonds, Aaron 738

Symonds, Job W 738

T

Tanning Industry 115

Taxables, 1800 41

Taxables, 1812 64

Taylor, Capt. Charles Ryon 855

Taylor, Ebenezer 854

Taylor, Col. Philip 854

Taylor, Richard C 124

Taylor, William 746

Taylor, William A 746

Taylor, Rev. William' DeWitt 1068

The Cottage State Hospital 624

The First Welsh Congregation, Morris

Run 639

The Knoxville Free Church Association. . 428

The Long Farewell, poem 251

The Miners National Bank 623

The Old Academy 375

The Parting, poem 253

The People's Church, Potter Brook 435

The People's Church, Ogdensburg 653

The Quaker Meeting House, Wellsboro.. 396



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The Quaker Society, Knoxville 427

The Second Adventist Church, Cherry

Flats 596

The Swedish Free Mission, Amot 609

The Welsh Congreg-ation of Charleston.. 366
The World Would be the Better for It,

poem 354

Thirty-fifth Regiment— Sixth Eeserve... 319
Thirty-fifth Regiment — Emergency Men 243

Thomas, Ephraim 1032

Thomas, William 1032

Thomas, Dr. William R 202, 1032

Thompson, Alden 766

Thompson, Dr. Charles K 197

Thompson, Darwin 766

Thompson, Duncan L 213

Thompson, Isaac 933

Thompson, Isaac C 933

Thompson, Joseph 766

Thompson, Robert 973

Tiadaghton, Indian Chief 31

Tiadaghton, Indian village of 30, 33

Tiadaghton & Fahnastalk Railroad 108

Tiadaghton, village of 359

Tioga Borough. — Situation and Physical
Features, 505; Pioneer Settlers, 505;
Population, 507; Village Industries and
Enterprises, 507; Early Physicians and
Lawyers, 509; Early and Later Hotels,
510; Borough Organization and Offi-
cials, 510; Postmasters, 511; Newspa-
pers, 511; The Tioga Pioneer, 511; The
Northern Banner, 512; Tioga Demo-
crat, 512; Lawrence Sentinel, 512;
Wellsboro Banner, 512; Tioga County
Express, 512; Lawrenceville Herald,
512; Tioga Express, 512; Tioga Argus,
512; Schools, 512; The First Baptist
Church of Tioga, 513; The First Metho-
dist Church of Tioga, 513; St. An-
drew's Protestant Episcopal Church,
514; The Presbyterian Church of
Tioga, 515; St. Mary's Catholic Church,
515; Willardsburg Lodge, F. & A. M.,
515; Tioga Lodge, No. 373, F. & A. M.,
516; Adelphic Lodge, I. O. O. F., 516;
Tioga River Lodge, No. 797, I. O. O. F.,
516; Etz Post, No. 401, G. A. E., 516;
Beneficiary Orders,516; The Tabor,Ma-
thews & Company Foundry, 516;
The Union Tanning Company, 516;
The Tioga County Bank, 517; The Rob-
ert Bishop Factory, 517; The Lucky
Oil Well Company, 517; Voorhees,
Aiken & Company, 517; T. G. Hetfield'a
Cigar Factory, 517; The Tioga- Water
Works Company, 518; The Park Hose
Company, 518; Smead Hose Company,
No. 1, 518; Fire and Flood, 518.

Tioga County Bank, Tioga 517

Tioga County Boundaries Defined 45

Tioga County Boundary Line Dispute. . 48

Tioga County Created 45

Tioga County, derivation of name 46

Tioga County, first white settlers in 56

Tioga County, first white children born
in 414, 499, 526



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Tioga County, first courts of 84

Tioga County, first trustees 72

Tioga County, form and area 46

Tioga County, organization completed . 71

Tioga County, county seat laid out 73

Tioga County, county seat lots adver-
tised 74

Tioga, Indian village at 33

Tioga County Medica,l Society 205

Tioga Navigation Company 104, 123

Tioga River 34

Tioga River Declared Navigable 104

Tioga Township. — Petition of Settlers,
39; Township Erected, 39, 498; Created
a Separate Election District, 43, 498;
Taxables of 1813, 64; Reductions of
Area, 498; Present Boundaries and
Area, 498; Physical Characteristics,
498; Streams, 498; Population, 499;
Pioneer Settlers, 499; Early Enter-
prises, 501; Schools, 501; Justices, 502;
The Free Methodist Church at Painter
Run, 502; An Indian Burying Ground,
502; Family Burying Grounds, 502;
Evergreen Cemetery, 503; Mitchell's
Creek Postoffice, 503 ; Tioga Village, or
Brooklyn, 503; Painter Run Postoffice,
504.

Tioga, village of 503

Topographical Features 18

Tragedy, The Walker 36

Travis, George, execution of 136

Treasurer, first county 77

Treasurer, first statement of 78

Treat, Rufus G 947

Treat, Sylvester, Sr 947

Treat, Sylvester 948

Treaty of 1768 35

Treaty and Purchase of 1784 35

Tremain, Gilbert H., sketch of 911

Tremain, Gilbert H., portrait of 449

Tremain, John M 911

Tremain, Lyman 910

Tremain, Theodore 911

Tremaine, Charles H 1033

Tremaine, Julius 1032

Trexler, Dr. Charles 303

Trieman, Dr. George A 203

Tripp, George E 1154

TrowlDridge, Edward C 973

Trowbridge, Henry 1045

Trowbridge, John C 971

Trowbridge Postoffice 550

Truman, Albert A 702

Truman, Lucius. 701

Trust, declaration of 58

Trustees, first county 73

Tubbs, Hon. Charles 171

Tubbs, Edward R 857

Tubbs, George 85i6

Tubbs, James 856

Tubbs, James B 937

Tubbs, John 856

Tubbs, Samuel, Sr 308, 855

Tubbs, Samuel, Jr 856

Tubbs, Samuel 937

Tucker, Edward M 919



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Tuller, Philo 1007

Tuttle, Ayres 308

Tuttle, Lauren H 176

Two Hundred and Seventh Eegiment... 239



U



Union Center 654

Union Tanning Company 115

Union Township. — ^Boundaries, 649; Or-
ganization, 649; Area, 649; Drainage,
649; The Northern Central Eailroad,
650; Population, 650; Pioneer Set-
tlers, 650; Early and Later En-
terprises, 651; Schools, 651; Phy-
sicians, 651; Justices, 652; The Baptist
Church of Union, 652; The Methodist
Episcopal Church at Newelltown, 652;
The Stull Ridge Methodist Episcopal
Church, 652; The Methodist Episcopal
Church of Eoaring Branch, 652; The
Church of Christ, 653; St. John's Cath-
olic Church, 653; The People's Church,
653; Cemeteries, 653; Secret Societies,
653; Penbryn, 653; Newelltown, 654;
Eoaring Branch, 654; Ogdensburg, 654;
Union Center, 654; Gleason, 654.

United Glass Company 116

United States Leather Company 115

United States Senator 137

Univeesalist Chtjbches. — Westfield,447 ;

Mansfield, 590; Liberty, 646.
Urell, W. T 1005



"Valley of the Cowanesque 24

Valley Enterprise, The 537

Valsing, George 747

"Van Campen, extracts from life of 32

Vanderhoof, Aaron 816

Vanderhoof , George 817

"Van Dusen, Benjamin 900

Van Dusen, Charles H 900

Van Dusen, Prank 821

Van Dusen, Walter 821

Van Dusen, William 821

Van Horn, Benjamin T 690

Van Horn, Eankin L 690

Van Horn, William 690

Van Horn, WilUiam B 690

Van Horn, William D 691

Van Keuren, Eber 1077

Van Keuren, Prank E 1078

Van Wert, Dr. John J 203

Vedder, John Harmanus 1074

Vedder, Wentworth D., M. D 201, 1074

Vermilyea, William H 966

Viel, Francis A 1132

Viel, Francis Louis 1132

Vincent, James T 933

Vincent, Willett 932

Voorhees, Dr. Charles 546

Voorhees, Dr. Sherman 546



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W



Wagner, William 896

Wakely, John 850

Wakely, William 851

Walbridge, Lyman 739

Walbridge, Eobert S 740

Walker, Daniel 533

Walker, Delos Hazleton 1111

Walker, Isaac 1109

Walker, James 1111

Walker, Lewis 1110

Walker, Lewis Eandall 1110

Walker, Milton E 1110

Walker, Eoyal 1109

Walker, Stratton 1109

Walker Tragedy, The 36

War of 1812 211

War, The Mexican 216

War of the Eebellion ' 216

War of the Eevolution 206

War, losses in the 248

Wabd Township. — Origin of Name, 630;
Boundaries and Area, 630; Streams,
630; Coal Deposits, 630; Population,
630; Justices, 631; Early Settlers,
631; Manufacturing Enterprises, 631;
Schools, 631; Baptist Church, 632; The
First Methodist Episcopal Church of
Ward Township, 632; Cemeteries, 63Z;
Ward Grange, No. 900, P. of H., 632.

Warren, Bion Snyder 812

Warren, Hiram 811

Warren, Philo S 812

Warriner, Asa 980

Wass, David 889

Wass, William 213, 889

Waters, D. C, M. D 200, 1134

Watkins, Abel 1119

Watkins, Andrew J 1119

Watkins, Eugene 1120

Watkins, Frank 714

Watkins, John E 1119

Watkins, Nicholas ■. 1118

Watkins, Orlando W 1082

Watrous, Charles B 964

Watrous, F. E 176

Watrous, village of 482

Watson, George 1136

Wattles, Daniel 209, 555

Webb, Clarence W., M. D 201

Webb, Wellington W., M. D 198

Webster, Allen 752

Webster, A. J 185

Webster, Alvin N 732

Webster, Dan P 770

Webster, James D 981

Webster, J. E 1157

Webster, Judd Lew 982

Webster, Newell P 771

Webster, Sylvester 1156

Welch, Prank H 1135

Wells, Chester 884

Wells, William Hill 352

Wellsboro. — Why so Named, 72; De-
scriptive, 258; The Original Town
Plot, 259; Additional Lots Surveyed,



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259; Price of Lots Fixed, 260; Order
of Commissioners Concerning Sale of
Lots, 76; Prominent Pioneers, 260; As-
sessment of 1812, 260; Tavern Licenses
Granted, 261; First Store, 261; Josiah
Emery's Reminiscences, 262; Postoifice
and Postmasters, 270; Old-Time Tav-
erns and Landlords, 272; Modern Ho-
tels, 273; Village Schools, 375; The Old
Academy, 275; Common School System
Adopted, 291; First Public School
Building, 293; Later Buildings and
Teachers, 294; Willow Hall School,
295; The Old Quaker Meeting House,
295; St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal
Church, 297; The Presbyterian Church
of Wellsboro, 299; The First Methodist
Episcopal Church, 306; First Baptist
Church, 307; St. Peter's Catholic
Church, 309; The Free Will Baptist
Church, 310; Academy Hill Cemetery",
311; The Wellsboro Cemetery, 312;
Calvary Cemetery, 313; Tyoga Lodge,
No. 230, I. O. O. F., 313; Wellsboro En-
campment, No. 78, I. O. O. P., 313;
Canton Keystone, No. 5, Patriarchs
Militant, I. O. O. P., 314; Ossea Lodge,
No. 317, P. & A. M., 314; Tyoga Chap-
ter, No. 194, R. A. M., 314; Tyagaghton
Commandery, No. 28, K. T., 314; George
Cook Post, No. 315, G. A. R., 314;
George Cook Corps, No. 88, W. R. C,
315; Tiog-a County Association of Ex-
Union Prisoners of War, 315; Encamp-
ment No. 105, Union Veteran Legion,
315; Wellsboro Lodge, No. 949, K. of
H., 315; Wellsboro Lodge, No. 72, I. O.
G. T., 315; Wellsboro Tent, No. 152, K.
O. T. M., 315; Wellsboro Hive, No. 45,
L. O. T. M., 315; Division No. 5, A. O.
H., 316; Wellsborough's Military Band,
316; The Tioga Pioneer, 317; The Phoe-
nix, 318; The Tioga Herald, 319; George
Hildreth, 319; The Wellsboro Adver-
tiser, 331; The Wellsboro Agitator, 321;
The Tioga Eagle and Its Successors,
323; The Wellsboro Gazette, 324; The
Tioga Banner, 325; The Hermaic Jour-
nal, 325; The Tioga County Leader,
326; The Republican Advocate, 326; A
Noted Correspondent, 326; Incorpo-
rated as a Borough, 327; Early Ordi-
nances, 328; Burgesses, Clerks, Treas-
urers and Justices, 339; Borough
Boundaries, 330; Fire Department, 331;
Water Works System, 333; The Wells-
borough Electric Company, 334; The
First National Bank, 335; The Wells-
borough National Bank, 336; The
Great Bank Robbery, 336; The Prop-
erty Taken, 343; Two of the Robbers
Captured, 343; Cosgrove Reforms, 344;
Manufacturing and Other Enterprises,
345; The Wellsboro Tannery, 345;
The Spencer Planing and Shingle Mill,
345; The Wellsboro Carriage Works,
345; The Wellsboro Foundry and Ma-



Pagc.

chine Shop, 346; R. H. Edwards' Foun-
dry and Machine Shop, 346; Sheffler's
Brewery, 346; Och's Brewery, 346;
The Wellsboro Manufacturing and
Building Company (Limited), 346; The
Wellsboro Cigar Factory, 346; C. A.
Yale Cigar Factory, 347; The Wells-
boro Roller Mill, 347; The Keystone
Mills, 347; The Wellsboro Glass Com-
pany (Limited), 347; The Wellsboro
Veneer Works, 347; The Wellsboro
Telephone Exchange, 347; The Wells-
boro of To-day, 348; The Park or
Green, 348; The Soldiers' Monument,
348; The John Magee Monument, 348;
The Bache Auditorium, 349.

Wellsboroug'h National Bank 336

Welsh Congregation of Charleston 366

Welsh Settlement 368

Weseman, William P., M. D 198, 1145

West, Adelbert 797

West, Charles H 971

West, Clinton 762

West, George W 768

West, Ira 796

West, John 795

West, John E 757

West, Nathan T 796

West, Thomas M 796

West, Wilbur P 762

Westbrook, Abram L 789

Westbrook, Edgar L 811

Westbrook, George 810

Westbrook, Horace Freeland 810

Westbrook, Jacob H 1016

Westbrook, Solomon 214, 788

West Covington Postffice 596

West Parmington Postoffice 383

Westpield Borough. — Location and Sur-
roundings, 438; Population, 438; Early
Settlers, 438; Borough Organization
and Officials, 440; Postmasters, 440;
Physicians, 441; Lawyers, 441; Busi-
ness and Manufacturing Enterprises,
441; Scott & Turner, 441; The Phillips
Mills, 441; Hollister Baker's Foundry,
442; The Eberle Tannery, 442; Rood's
Carriage and Wagon Shop, 442; Kelts
& Gilbert's Tannery, 442; The Cowan-
esque Tannery, 442; Albert Baker's
Foundry and Machine Shop, 442; The
Westfield Co-operative Association,
443; The Westfield Planing Mill, 443;
The Farmers and Traders Bank, 443;
The Westfield Steam Flouring Mill,
443; The Westfield Marble Works,
443; The Pride Opera House, 443; The
Westfield Oil and Mining Company,
443; Cowanesque Valley Agricultural
Society, 443; Westfield Water Com-
pany, 444; Union Tanning Company,
444; The United States Pipe Line
Company, 444; Hotels, 444; The West-
field Index, 445; The Westfield Idea,
445; The Westfield Free Press, 445;
Railroads, 445; The Methodist Episco-
pal Church of Westfield, 445; The First



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Wesleyan Methodist Episcopal Church
of Westfleld, 446; St. John's Protestant
Episcopal Church, 446; The Univer-
salist Church of Westfield, 447; The
First Baptist Church of Westfield, 447;
The Krusen Cemetery, 447; Mount
Pleasant Cemetery Company, 447;
Westfield Lodge, No. 477, F. & A. M.,
447; Westfield Chapter, No. 265, K. A.
M., 448; Jemison Lodge, No. 332, I. O.
O. F., 448; R. P. Babcock Post, No.
258, G. A. E., 448; R. P. Babcock W. E.
C, No. 128, 448; Other Societies, iiS.
Westfield Township. — Boundaries, 430;
Organization, 430; Origin of Name, 430;
Area, 430; Physical Features, 430;
Streams, 431; Population, 431; Early
Settlers, 431; Early Enterprises, 433;
Schools, 434; Justices, 434; The First
Methodist Episcopal Church of Cowan-
esque, 434; The Wesleyan Methodists,
435; The Methodist Episcopal Church
of Potter Brook, 435; The Potter
Brook Branch of the Harrison Valley
Baptist Church, 435; The People's
Church of Potter Brook, 435; The Pot^
ter Cemetery Association of Potter
Brook, 435; The Champlin Cemetery
Association, 436; Cowanesque, 436;
Potter Brook, 436; Phillips Station,
437

Wheeler, Benjamin P 985

Wheeler, Benjamin 1048

Wheeler, Harry Daniels 759

Wheeler, Julius C 694

Wheeler, Marion H 1048

White, Dr. Francis H 195

White, James L 710

Whitej John C 879

White, John E 879

White, Newell E 880

White, Hon. Eobert Gray 146

Whitehead, Dr. Harmon 195

Whiting, Joseph W 1117

Whitmarsh, Dewey 929

Whitmarsh, John'. 939

Whitney, Alonzo 774

Whitney, Capt. Nelson 775

Whitneyville, village of 368

Whitteker, Peter 1080

Whitteker, Seth :.1080

Wilcox, Benjamin C 781

Wilcox, Charles N 801



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Wilcox, Freeman 955

Wilcox, Galusha B 731

Wilcox, George S 732

Wilcox, Eansom Eugene 801

Wilcox, William W 955

Wilderness, horrors of the' 63

Willard, Dr. William 191, 507

Willcox, Charles C 731

Willcox, Job 730

Willcox, John D 732

Willcox, Simon G 730

Williams, Dr. Charles N 203

Williams, George W 711

Williams, Hon. Henry W.. sketch of 148

Williams, Hon. Henry W., portrait of . . . . 145

Williston, Hon. Horace. 146

Williston, Hon. Lorenzo Parsons 157

Wilson, Alanson J 735

Wilson, Ira C 736

Wilson, Milon D 735

Wilson, Eobert B 761

Wilson, Eobert L 762

Wilson, Hon. Stephen Fowler 149

Wilson, Thomas 529

Winsor, Dr. Charles Clarence 201

Woester, Dr. Theodore P 201

Wood, Dr. Ezra 193

Wood, Dr. Frederick Green 203

Wood, Harvey D 1139

Wood, John T 841

Wood, Joseph 894

Wood, Oliver L 894

Wood, Col. Eobert T 164, 842

Wood, Stephen H 1139

Woodruff, Thomas L 980

Works, James 860

Works, James F 861

Works, Justus M. E 861

Wright, Asahel 841

Wright, Frederick K., sketch of 689

Wright, Frederick K., portrait of 689

Wright, William W., M. D 198, 841 ,

Wright, Samuel 969

Y

Youdis, Henry 1150

Youmans, John, Sr 927

Youmans, John 928

Young, Ezra Benedict 175, 695

Young, Hon. Hugh, sketch of 680

Young, Hon. Hugh, portrait of 321

Young, Eobert Kennedy 179






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