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GAZETTEER



Business Directory



KDDISON COQNTY, YT.



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Ccmpilel and Published, by

HAMILTON CHILD,

lDTHOK of WATXE, ONTARIO. SEXECA, CAYUGA, TOMPKIXS, OXOXDAGA, 3IAD1SON.

CORTLAXD, CHEMUNG. SCHUYLER. feXEUBEX, ORtEAXS, HERKIMER. CHENA.NGO,

NIAGARA, ONEIDA. MONROE, GENESEE. SARATOGA, MOXTCiOMERY AND FULTON,

ALBANY AND SCHENECTADY, RENSSELAER. WASHINGTON. WYOMING, LEWIS.

COLUMBIA, SULLIVAN, SCHOHARIE, OTSEGO, ULSTER, CHAUTAUQUA, ST.

LAWRENCE, BROOME AND TIOGA, CATTARAUGUS, ALLEGANY. AND

OTHER COUNT i' DIRECTORIES IN NEW YORK STATE, AND ERIE

AND CRAWFORD COUNTIES. THE BRADFORD OIL DISTRICT IN

PENNSYLVANIA, BENNINGTON AND RUTLAND COUNTIES

IN VERMONT.



PERMANENT OFFICE.



SYRACUSE, N.Y.



'■ He that hath much to do, will do somethiug wruiiK, and of that wrone must suffer the conse-
quences ; and if it Wfre possible that lie should alway.s act rifihtiy. yet when such iitimhers are
to judce of his conduct, the bad will censure and obstruct him by malevolence, and the good
sometimes by mistake."'— Samiei. John.son.



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Explanation —Find the Year and observe the Letter above it : then look for the Month, and
in a line with it And tlie Letter of tliu Year : iibove the Letter limi the Day aud the Ujiures on the
left, in the same line, are the days of the same name in the month.

Leap Y'ears have two letter.^ ; the lir.sc is used till the end of February, the second during the
remainder of the year.



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INTRODUCTION,



In presei-.tins; to the public the " Gazetteer and Business Director}- of Ad-
dison County," we desire to return our sincere thanks to all who have kindly
aided in obtaining the information it contains, and rendered it possible to
present it in the brief space of time in which it is essential such works should
be completed. Especially are our thanks due to the several editors of the
county papers for the uniform kindness they have evinced in calling public
attention to our efforts, and for essential aid in furnishing material for the
work. We have also found valuable aid in Rev. Lyman Matthews' " Histor)-
of Cornwall," Hon. Samuel Swift's " History of Middlebury," Hon. Roswell
Bottom's "History of Orwell ," John M. Weeks' -'History of Salisbury;" Rev.
Josiah F. Goodhue's " History of Shoreham ;" and in the manuscript history
of Bristol, by Hon. Harvey ]\Iunsell; and also that of Whiting, by Whitfield
Walker, Esq., in the writings of the various authors in Miss Hemenway's
" Historical Magazine ;" "' Thomson's Vermont ;" " Deming's Vermont Offi-
cers ;" Hoskins' ''Histor)- of Vermont ;" Hall's "Early History of Vermont :"
the " Documentar}' History of New York ;" Laman's " Dictionary of Con-
gress;" in the reports of the Adjutant-General and State School Suf>erinten-
dents ; F. W. Beers & Co's "Atlas of Addison County," and also
the geological reports of Hitchcock and Hager. Our thanks are also
due to the clergy throughout the county, and to Gardner B. Whitford
and Henry Willmarth, of Addison ; O. P. Gray, of Bridport ; J. M. Slade,
Henry L. Sheldon, and Thomas H. McLeod, of Middlebury; Rev. S. W.
Bidwell, of East Middlebury, with reference to Starksboro; Hon. E. S. Dana,
of New Haven ; H. D. Branch, of Orwell ; J. D. Smith, and Miss Ellen Ben-
ton, of Vergennes, and W. S. Wright, of Waltham, and to many others
throughout the county who have rendered valuable aid.

That errors have occurred in so great a number of names is probable; and
that names have been omitted which should have been inserted is quite cer-
tain. We can only say that we have exercised more than ordinary dilligence
and care in this difhcuU and complicated feature of book making. Of such
as feel aggrieved in conseciuence of errors or omissions, we beg pardon, and



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INTRODUCTION.



ask the indulgence of the reader in noting such as have been observed in the
subsequent reading of the proofs, and which are found in the Errata, follow-
ine this introduction.

It was designed to give a brief account of all the church and other societies
in the county, but owing, in some cases, to the negligence of those who were
able to give the necessary information, and in others, to the inability of any
one to do so, we have been obliged to omit special notices of a few.

We would suggest that our patrons observe and become familiar with the
explanations at the commencement of the Directory. The names it embraces,
and the information connected therewith, were obtained by actual canvass,
and are as correct and reliable as the judgment of those from whom they
were solicited, render practicable. Each agent is furnished with a map of the
town he is expected to canvass, and he is reiiuired to pass over every road,
and call at every farm house and place of business in the town, in order to
obtain the facts i'rom the individuals concerned wherever possible.

The margins have been left broad to enable any one to note changes
opposite the names.

The Advertisers represent many of the leading firms and business men of
this and other connties; and we most cheerfully commend them to the pat-
ronage, of those under vvhose observation these pages mav come.

We take this occasion to express the hope that the information found in
these pages will not prove devoid of interest and value, though we are fully
conscious that the brief history of the county the scope of the work enables
us to give, is by no means an exhaustive one, and can only hope that it may
prove a nucleus and incentive to future historians, who will be the better able
to do full justice to the subject.

While thanking our patrons and friends generally for the cordiality with
which our eft'orts have been seconded, we leave the work to secure that favor
which earnest endeavor ever wins from a discriminating public, hoping they
will bear in mind, should errors be noted, that " he who expects a perfect
work to see. expects what ne'er was, is, nor yet shall be."

HAMILTON CHILD.



ERRATA.

ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS.



HISTORICAL.

ADDISON COUNTY.— On page thirty-nine, third paragraph, twelfth
line, for "or" read "of;" also for "Fred A. Harrington," read Fred H. Far-
rington."

In the historical sketch of the BRISTOL HERALD, on page forty-five,
read " 1879," instead of " 1877."

On page forty-seven, third hne of second paragraph, for "in June of that
year," read "June 14, 1776."

BRIDPORT. — In the last line of page eighty, read "February 27," for
"February 28."

BRISTOL. — Henry Haskins moved to Bristol at an early day, locating in
the northern part of the town where Mr. O'Neil now resides, and died there
in 1877, aged seventy-eight years.

LINCOLN. — South Lincoln has no postoffice, as stated on page 124.

MIDDLEBURY. — Edwin Hammond, so long and eminently known as a
sheep breeder, was born in Middlebury, May 20, i8oi, and was a decend-
ant of the early English family of Hammonds who came to America in 1634.
His father, Elnathan, son of John A., and grandson of Elnathan Ham-
mond, of Newport, R. I., was born at Newport, December 16, 1760, and mar-
ried Deborah, daughter of John Carr, Jr., and granddaughter of John Carr,
of North Kingston, R. I., she also having been born in 1760, June loth.
They subsequently removed to Aliddlebury, where they had seven children
born to them, four daughters and three sons, the youngest son and sixth child
being Edwin. During his whole life he resided on the old homestead, and
married Alpha, daughter of Erastus Olmsted, December 29, 1828, and had
born to them three children, Edwin Seymour, Elizabeth, and George, EHza-
beth dying in infancy. Soon after his marriage, Mr. Hammond entered into
partnership with his brother, under the firm manie of W. S. &: E. Hammond,
as breeders of sheep, horses, and cattle, their tlock of sheep at one time
numbering as high as one thousand head were mostly of the Saxony breed.
They bred this class until 1844, when they commenced a tlock of Spanish
Merinos from the Stephen Atwood fiock [see page 35]. This flock they
bred together until the death of \V. S., in May, 1858. In 1S60, it was divid-
ed between his heirs and Edwin, the latter continuing to breed and improve
them until his death, December 31, 1S70, wiien the tlock came into posses-
sion of his son, George Hammond, who still owns and breeds it upon the
old homestead, in connection with the W. R. Sinford tlock.*

* The notes lor tins sketch we received tuu late lor the insertion of the article in its i.>rijpcr place in the-
MIddlebury chapter.



ERRATA — ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS.



ORWELL. — On page 1S3, eight lines from the bottom, for " M. C. Rich"
read " M. C. Rice."

SHOREHAM.— In 1S41, Judge M. W. C. Wright and Loyal C Remele,
of Shoreham, bought a lot of Spanish Merino sheep of Consul Jarvis, and in
1843, made another purchase, their descendants being now bred by Mr.
Remele, of that town, and by others.

MAP OF THE COUNTY. — A small portion of the e.vtreme northern
part of Weybridge is incorrectly colored, and would seem to represent as be-
longing to New Haven. The Otter Creek forms the boundary line between
the towns at that pomt.

DIRECTORY.

Addison— CARPExN'TER EDNA .\. Miss, instead of Edna, as printed

on page 251.
CLARK WELTHA W. Mrs., instead of Weltha, as printed on page 251.
SMITH OLIN A. instead of Olen A., as printed on page 257.
TAYLOR D. EDGAR, on page 257, postal address is Addison.
Bridport— DELPHIA PHILIP, ^Middlebur)-) r 17, as numbered in

Weybridge, farmer, leases of Elliott Breer, of Crown Point, 40 acres.
JOHNSON LYMAN H., on page 263, read "Fon ilu Lac" for " Fandulac "
Bristol— <^^'SHMAN WILLIA.M E., (Brisu.l) r 3.
DANFORTH ALONZO W., (West Lincoln) is a patron of this work.
DOTY HORACE H., is a patron of this work.
MARDIN RILY H., instead of Rily -A, as printed on page 276.
STRONG & MOOR, as printed on page 280, have sold out their meat

market to E. B. Oaks.

Cornwall— ANDRUS S.VMUEL S., instead of Samuel L., as printed

on page 283.
FOOT, ABRAM W., ROLLIN A., and R. -V. ..\: SON, as printed on page

285, should read " Foote."
*LANE HENRY', on page 288, should read "r 16," instead of "r 76."
Peck Romeo, on page 2S9, died in December, i88j.
SAMPSON CURTIS E., instead of '-Samson" as printed on page 291.
Ferrisburgh.. — booth JARF^D, is a patron of this work.
BRY'DIA IDA MARIA, instead of " Brailia," as printed on page 296.
DAKIN JOHN G., instead of John V., as printed on page 297.
Vandison John, (N. Ferrisburgh) prop, woolen niiils.

Goshen.—" brown" EDWARD J., Andrew S., Dan B., Francis, and

John W., instead of ■' Bower," as printed on pages 307 and 308.
HOOKER THOMAS v., instead of -'Hoojier," as printed on page 310,

(Brandon, Rut. Co.) r 13, breeder and dealer in Spanish Merino sheep,

and farmer, 50. Thoroughbred sheep for sale.
Hooker Joseph C, instead of "Hooper,"' as printed on page 310.
Leicester— JUNCTION house, Oliver C. Huntley prop., instead of

Oliver D., as printed on page 323.
OSTIGUY WELFRED, inste^ad of Ustigny Wilfred, as printed on pages

323 and 325.

Ljincpln — Danforth Simon, should read "sawyer," instead of -'lawyer," as
printed on page 329.



ERRATA — ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 7

MATTISON WILLIAM J., instead of Matteson, as printed on page

333-
Page Louisa M., (Lincolnj teacher.

Page Olive L. Mrs., (Lincoln) widow Ira M. C, owns farm on r ;i^, 150
acres.

Middle"bnry— *-^I^^'S\VORTH JOHX E.,(Middlebury) r 32, breeder
of Spanish Merino sheep, reg.. farmer 60, and 5 swamp. [Adv. on pao^e
348.]

*BOUDREAU JOHX,(E. Middlebury) r 50, manuf. of all kinds of harness.
[Adv. on page 36S.]

GOODRO JOHN E., has purchased the blacksmith business of A. W.
Carey.

HAMMOND GEORGE, (Middlebury) r 12, is a patron of this work.

*OLMSTED EDG.\R J., (E Middlebury) r 50, manuf. of carriages, wagons
and sleighs, repair shop, general blacksmithing and farmer 100. [Adv. on
page 368.]

Middlebury Village— farnsworth & chapman have

dissolved partnership, and the name of the new firm is Farnsworth & Co.
*STAPLET0N JOHN C, law student, register of probate, insurance

agent, and notary public, office at probate office, Court st., bds. at M. C.

Stapletons, instead of as printed on page 363. [Adv. on page 300.]

"New Haven— ELDREDGE JULIUS L., is a patron of this work.

Sargent C. S. Rev., (New Haven) pastor Congregational Church.

SMITH OLIVER, is a patron of this work.

WILLI.WIS LYMAN, born in this town in 1814, ason of Riley Williams,
after reaching his majority hved in Middlebury, where he was a noted
violinist. He is now proprietor of the. Temperance Eating House,
No. 17, West Railroad St., Syracuse, N. Y.

Orwell— ^IOFFITT franklin L., is a patron of this work.

Panton— -^lERRILL EDDIE E., instead of as printed on page 401.

Salisbury— Salisbury- Manufacturing Co., (James Fitts, Columbus Smith,
James W. Thomas. L. N. Waterhouse, Chester Kingsley, Charles Kings-
ley, and Maggie Uttley,) manufacturers of lumber, lath, and shingles. °

Shoreham— MERRITT KENT W., is a patron of this work.

SULLIVAN WILLIAM, is a patron of this work.

TOWNER AL.A.NSON J., instead of Alanson S., as printed on page 428.

StarksborO— PAGE olive L., (S. Starksboro) r 34, owns farm in
Lincoln.

Vergeiines— LAWRENCE henry C, (Evanston, Cook Co., III.)
son of General Villee Lawrence, form.erly of Vcrgennes.

Waltham— BACON frank H., instead of Prank H., as printed on
page 457-

WARD WATSON W., is a patron of this work.



8 GENERAL CONTENTS — INDEX TO BUSINESS DIRECTORY.

GENERAL CONTENTS.

PAGE

Almanac or Calendar for 20 years 2

Business Directory, by towns 249

Census Report "248

Classified Business Directory 469

County Officers < 16

Courts in Addison County 19

Distance Table 541

Errata • 5

Gazetteer of County 25

Gazetteer of Towns 63

Justices of the Peace 17

Mail Routes and Stage Lines 13

Map of Addison County inside back cover

Middlebury Village Government 21

Postal Rates and Regulations 15

Postoffices and Postmasters 12

Publisher's Notes 528-22

Societies 19

Town Clerks ^9

Town Representatives 18

Vergennes City Government 22



INDEX TO BUSINESS DIRECTORY.

TOWN LISTS.

PAGE

Addison 249

Bridport 259

Bristol 268

Cornwall 283

Ferrisburgh 293

Goshen 3°:

Granville 3"

Hancock 3i7

Leicester 321

Lincoln 326

Middlebury (Outside Corporation) 337

Middlebury ( Village) 347

Monkton ' 30o

New Haven 375

Orwell 387

Panton 39»

Ripton 403

Salisbury 409

Shoreham 4^5

Starksboro 429

Vergennes 44 1

Waltham 457

Weybridge -^59

Whiting 464



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS

PAGE

Addison County Journal, newspaper. Muiddlebury 396

Ainsvvorth J. E., ^ie^ino sheep, Middlebury 348

Albee C. S., lumber, i!!cc., Ripton 412

Atwood M. R., Merino sheep, Shoreham 460

Bacon F. H., Merino sheep, Waltham 456

Baker & Huntley, lumber, &c., Ripton 3S8

Baldwin E. A., Merino sheep, Whiting 360

Banyea John, brick manufacturer. Ferrisburgh 298

Barber C. L., Merino sheep, Castleton, Rutland Co bottom margin

Barbour M. K., Merino sheep and horses, Bridgport 274

Barker J. G., Merino sheep and hogs, Leicester Junction 344

Bascom O. H. &; W. O., Merino sheep, Orwell 478

Bennett D. H., general merchant, Bridport 266

Bessette Calice, carriages and wagons, Orwell 400

Bingham Merrill, Merino sheep, Cornwall 286

Bingham W. Harry, Merino sheep. West Cornwall 298

Birchard E. A. & Son, Merino sheep, Shoreham 332

Boudreau John, harness and carriage trimmings, East Middlebury 36S

Bristol Herald, newspaper, Bristol 328

Bristol R. T. & Son, produce, Vergennes 444

Brookins H. S., Merino sheep, Shoreham 312

Brown A. V., photographer, Middlebury 328

Brown H. C. & A. H. Hubbard. Merino sheep. Whiting 448

Burwell H. C, Merino sheep, Bridport 424

Burwell L. S., .Merino sheep, Brid])ort 262

Buttolph John L., Merino sheep and wool dealers, Middlebury 438

Casey E. A., Merino sheep. Whiting 308

Casey G. F., Merino sheep, Cornwall 286

Caswell J. Q. & Sons, Merino sheep, horses, cattle and hogs, Shoreham 298

Central Vermont Railroad 316

Chandler J. S., pension attorney, Ri])ton 412

Chapman C. A., game fowls, Middlebury 438

Chapman T. M. & Co., sewing machines, lumber, general merchants, etc.,

Middlebury ." 380

Commings Isaac, carriage painting, Vergennes 452

Converse Juba H., wagons and carriages, Panton 448

Crane C. E., Merino sheep, Bridport 300

Crane J. J., Merino sheep, Bridjiort 266

Cutting G. A., Merino sheep, East Shoreham 320

Cutts Henry T., horses, cattle, and hogs, Orwell facing pages 394-395

Dalrymi)le tt Dimmock, clothing, etc., Vergennes, 416

Day J. R., sheep, cattle, horses and hogs, Addison 250

DeLong Wm. H., Merino shee;) antl trotting horses. West Cornwall. . . 270

Dodge H. B.. general hardware, Middlebury , 308

Doty D. F., Merino sheep, Bridport 274

Douglas F. D., Merino sheep, horses, cattle, and hogs. Whiting 456

Douglas N. B. >S: Son. Merino sheep and hay loader, Cornwall 27S

Ellsworth A. F., Merino sheep. Whiting, 308

Farnham E. G., Merino sheep, Cornwall 392

Farnsworth A. A, Merino sheep, N'ew Haven 320

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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.



PAGE

Felton S. Y., Merino sheep and horses, Orwell 408

Field B. S., Merino sheep, Cornwall ,60

Foote R. A. iS: Son, sulky plows, Cornwall 282

Frost L. W., patent medicine. Bridport 266

Gravline A., carriages and wagons, Vergennes 456

Gregory John E., marble works, Bristol, -24

Griswold E. D., Merino sheep, horses, cattle and hogs, Orwell 388

Goodell &: Co., J. W., marble and granite, Burlington. . .opposite back cover

Hall G. H., Merino sheep, Shoreham , 364

Hamblin J. B. <S: Son, .Merino sheep, Cornwall 3^2

Hamilton A. C, Mermo sheep. West Cornwall 27S

Hamilton J. O. ..^ Son, Merino sheep, Bridport 274

Hamilton W. L., Merino sheep and apiarist, Bridport 270

Hammond G. E., subscription agency, Middlebury 348

Havens F. K., clothing, A'ergennes bottom margins

Hindes Charles W.. Merino sheep, Addison "258

Hooker Franklin, Merino sheep, Cornwall 380

Hubbard A. H., Merino sheep. Whiting 460

Ives S. B., excursion steamer, Vergennes 444

Jackson John W., hotel, Vergennes 444

Jones Edwin E., Merino sheep. West Cornwall 282

Jones M. H., Merino sheep, Shoreham 344

Jones R. J., Merino sheep. West Cornwall 294

Keeler M. S . Merino sheep, West Cornwall 278

Kelsey George C, Merino sheep and cattle, Salisbury 408

Kendall & Donnelly, stoves, ironware, etc., Shoreham 3S4

Kimball George F. O., insurance, auctioneer, and deputy sherili", Ver-
gennes 416

Lane Henry & Son, Merino sheep, Cornwall 460

Lane Rollin, Merino sheep. Cornwall 430

Lane W. I)., seeds. Sec, New Haven 438

Liberty L. L., photographer, Vergennes 4^2

LoRanger Henry, carriages and wagons, Shoreham 434

Maldoon Richard, restaurant, liverv, and blacksmithing, Vergennes. ... 452

Mason & Wright. Merino sheep, Vergennes, (New Haven) 388

Matthews Wm. H. &: T. P. D., Merino sheep, Cornwall 364

McCauley William. Merino sheep. West Cornwall 274

McClure Bros., musical merchandise. Rutland 486

McGuire Thomas, harness, trunks, etc., Middlebury ^00

Merrill E. H. & H. E.. .Merino sheep, West Bridport 380

Middlebury College, Middlebury 3,5

Middlebury Register, newspaper, Middlebury 404

Monahan Mary A., laundry. Middlebury ^qq

Morrison C. P., Merino sheep, cattle and hogs, .-Vddison 430

Newton J. P., phvsician, Benson, Rut. Co bottom mar'^in

Northup, S. J., Merine sheep, Shoreham ^,^

Olmsted E. ]., wagons and sleighs, East Middlebury 368

Parkin S. C, .Merino sheep and h.v;?. Cornwall 3_jS

Payn E. H., lock and gunsmith. Hinlingtc^n 1^,^,

Payne G. N., Merino sheej), Bridport ,70

Payne L. H., Merino sheep and hor-M-^, Curnwall .-f^

Peck T. S., insurance, Burlington inside back cover



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. II

PAGE

Peet S. W., Merino sheep and hogs, Cornwall 388

Perry H. M., Merino sheep and horses, East Shoreham 290

Powers & Kimball, tin copper and sheet iron ware, Vergennes 416

Pratt C, patent medicines, Middlebury 430

Rice J. R., agricultural im[)lenients, Merino sheep, and horses, Bridport, 282

Rich v., Merino sheep, Shoreham 376

Rider Darwin, hotel, Middlebury 373

Rockwood L. M. &: W. H., Merino sheep and apiarists, Addison 258

Rose A. B., Merino sheep and cattle, Waltham ... 328

Rowe H. A., optician, Middlebury 426

Sanford H. E., Merino sheep breeder. West Cornwall 250

Sanford W. R. & Son, Merino sheep, cattle, horses and hogs, Orwell. . 408
Scott Franklin, attorney at law (patents). North Bennington, Ben. Co. . . 304

Searl E. D., Merino sheep, Cornwall 332

Severance O. & Sons, Merino sheep, Middlebury 332

Shaw, E. P., clothing, gents furnishing goods, Burlington 467

Sheldon M. S., Merino sheep and cattle, Salisbury 448

Skiff B. A., Merino shee]), horses and hogs, Bridport 270

Smith A. H., Merino sheep, Shoreham 384

Smith D. C, Merino sheep. West Addison 324

Smith & Pease, clothing, hats, «S:c., Burlington 467

Spaulding L. C, cattle breeder, Poultney, Rut. Co 356

Spaulding L. W., Jr., Merino sheep, Cornwall 360

Spoor Hiram I., lumber, &c., Bread Loaf 412

Stapleton John C, insurance, Middlebury 300

State Normal School, Castleton, Rutland Co 468

Stevens Eli, Merino sheep, Cornwall 352

Stickney J. T., Merino sheep and horses. Shoreham 340

Stickney T. & Son, Merino sheep. East Shoreham 422

Stow A. J., sheep, cattle and horses, Weybridge 254

Strong F. M., road machine, Vergennes 392

Swiney W. W., furniture and undertaking, Middlebury 356

Tottingham B. B. &: Son, Merino sheep, Shoreham 434

Towle John, Merino sheep, Cornwall 384

Tracy i!t Dewey, carriages and wagons, Middlebury 372

Twitchell U. D. & Son, Merino sheep and fowls, Middlebury 384

Vergennes Vermonter, newspaper. Vergennes 482

Vermont Farm Machine Co., Bellows Falls inside back cover

Watts J. A., Merino sheep and wind-mills, Whiting 324

Webster A. L. & F. L., artists. East Shoreham 290

Whitford G. W., Merino sheep and horses, Addison 258

Williams C. K., Merino sheep, Whiting 312

Wilmarth J. S. & Son, sheep, cattle, hogs and agricultural implements,

Addison 258

Wisell Edson, blacksmith, Shoreham 332

Wright J. J., hardware, Vergennes 444

Wright Loyal L., cattle breeder and horticulturist, Cornwall 290



POSTOFKICES AND POSTMASTERS.



Po»toflicc« and Postmasters in Addisou Coiiuty, Vt.



POSTOFFICE.

Addison,

Be id Loaf,

*Bridport,

•Bristol,

Brooksville,

Chimney Point,

Chipman's Point,

Cornwall,

East Granville,

East Middlebury,

East Slioreham,

Ferrisburgh,

Granville,

Hancock,

Larrabee's Point,

Leicester,

Leicester Junction,

Lincoln,

•Middlebury,

Monkton,

Monkton Ridge,

*New Haven,

New Haven Mills,



Online LibraryHamilton ChildGazetteer and business directory of Addison County, Vt., for 1881- 82 → online text (page 1 of 59)