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Compiled By HAMILTON CHILD,

AUTHOR OF MORE THAN SIXTY OTHER DIRECTORIES DURING THE PAST
TWENTY-EIGHT YEARS.



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INTRODUCTORY.



PEOPLE OF SENECA COUNTY :— By this medium we
introduce you — one to another — may the acquaintance
be friendly, harmonious, and generally beneficial. We have
visited you at your homes and places of business, and you, or
members of your families, have given us the key that unlocks
your names, your addresses, you locations, and your various
occupations, so that your neighbors in other portions of the
county may communicate with you, or one may look another
up, as occasion requires.

Don't be dainty with the book, it is made for use, therefore
keep it where it will be in the way when you want information

it may contain.

Yours for progress.

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DIRKCTORY

OF

Seneca County, N. Y.



EXPLAKAXIONS

Directory is arranged as follows : —

I — Name of individual or firm.

2 — The figures following the letter r indicate the number of the road on
which the party resides, and will be found by reference to the map in the back
part of this work. Where no road numbej: is given the party is supposed to reside
in the village.

3 — Birth, if given, sometimes followed by wife's name.

4 — Business or occupation.

S — A star (*) placed before a name indicates an advertiser in this work.

6 — Figures placed after the occupation of a farmer indicate the number of
acres owned or leased.

7 — Names in CAPITALS are those who have kindly given their patronage to
the work, and without whose aid its publication would have been impossible.

The fact that a farmer is not credited with cows or horses should not imply
that he has none. In some towns we have not (but in exceptional cases) recorded
horses or cows unless there were more than two.



3ot< additional names, changes and sovfeetions, see Efvata.

Abbreviations. — ab., above; ave., avenue; b., birth; bds., boards; bet., be-
tween; cor , corner; dau., daughter; E., east; emp., employee; fac. op., factory
operative; h., house; manuf., manufacturer; Mfg., manufacturing; N., north; n.,
near; opp., opposite; prop., proprietor; r. h. , rents house; reg , registered as ap-
plied to live stock ; regt., regiment ; com., commercial ; ins., insurance ; H. A. heavy
artillery; S., south; supt. , superintendent; W., west; w., wife.

The word street is implied.



SENECA County was formed from Cayuga, March 24, 1804.
A portion of Tompkins was taken off in 1817, and a part
of Wayne in 1823. The railways of the county are the New
York Central and the Lehij/h Valley. The Erie canal crosses
the north-eastern corner. The Seneca canal extends along the

Seneca river through the towns of Seneca Falls and Waterloo.
I



TOWN OF COVERT.



COVERT.

COVERT was formed from Ovid, April 7, 1817, and Lodi
was taken off in 1826. Farmer, the principal village, and
Covert are stations on the eastern branch of the Lehigh Valley,.

Ry.

( For explanations and abbreviations seepage j.)

Adams Harvey, p o Trumansburg, r 81, b 1854, works on

shares for Robert Townsend, farm 100, 7 horses, 3 cows,

orchard 2
Allen Lydia H., widow of Fayette, p o Farmer, resident, two

houses and lots, Cayuga
Almy Charles W., p o Farmer, b 1854, telegraph operator,

home with his father James G
Almy James G., p o Farmer, b 1820, retired merchant, owns

h and 1 8, h Main
Anderson Mary Miss, p o Farmer, home with her mother

Sarah E., Main
Anderson Sarah E., widow of Theodore, po Farmer, owns h

and 1 Main
Archer Genet, p o Covert, r 41, b 1828, w Lucie B., station

agent, U. S. Express agent on L. V. R. R., farmer 21,

and on r 43 farm 108, rents out on shares to Delong &

Watson of Covert, owns 2 horses, 2 cows. 6 sheep
Arden Frederick J., p o Trumansburg, Tomp. Co., r 70, b

1867, w Rose,works on shares for Henry Terry, farm 60,

has 2 horses, 2 cows, orchard 2 acres
Auble Thomas W., p o Coven, r 55, b 1838, w Phoebe C,

groceries and provisions
Auble WakemanR., p o Covert, r 55, b 1876, w Carrie C,

sign painter, rents h and 1
Austin Ann R., p o Farmer, r 13 cor 16, wife of Jehial, farmer

10
Austin Hannah C. Miss, p o Farmer, r 13 cor 16, home with

her father Jehial
Austin Jehial, p o Farmer, r 13 cor 16, b 1813 in

Delaware Co., w Ann R., farmer 55, i horse, 2 cows,

orchard 5
Austin Winfield S., p o Farmer, b 1869, w Jessie, machinist,

owns two houses and lots Lodi



TOWN OF COVERT.



Badgley Albertus W., p o Farmer, r i6, b 1848, w Julia, works

for his mother Ann Eliza, farm 52 has 3 horses, 3 cows

Badgley Ann Eliza, widow of Timothy, p o Farmer, r 16,

farmer 52. worked by her son Albertus W
Bagworth William T., p o Farmer, b 1813 in England, w
Laura Ann, gardner, owns h and 1 Railroad

Bainbridge Manning B., p o Farmer, r i, b 1847, w Almira,
farmer 114, 4 horses, 4 cows, 30 sheep, orchard 4

BANKING HOUSE OF O. G. & D. C. WHEELER, p o
Farmer, does a general banking business. Main

Bard well Thomas E., p o Trumansburg, Tomp. Co., r 74, b
1815 in Chenango Co., w Angeline, farmer 22, has 2
horses, i cow

Bassett DeWitt Clinton, p o Farmer, r 7, b i860, w Mary,
works on shares for his father Jared, farm i o, 5 horses,
3 cows, 40 sheep, orchard 5 acres

Bassett Jared B., p o Farmer, b 1825, w Mary, retired farmer,
owns h and 1 orchard

Bassett Matilda, widow of Bennett, p o Farmer, resident owns
h and 1 Lodi

Bassett Samuel, p o Farmer, b 1855, w Van Lora, laborer
rents h and 1 Lodi

BASSETTE WHEELER A., p o Farmer, r 7, b 1858, w
Agnes Thomas, breeder and dealer in pure bred Hamp-
shire sheep, and farmer 85, also -breeder fancy fowls, 3
horses, 2 cows, 25 sheep, 100 fancy chickens, orchard 8
acres

Bates Almira, widow of Stephen H., p o Covert, r 41, resident
home with Jenett Archer

Bates Charles E., po Trumansburg, Tomp. Co., r 61, b 1841,
w Louisa, farmer 130, has 4 horses, 4 cows, 50 sheep,
orchard 6

Bates John R., p o Trumansburg, Tomp. Co., r 54 cor 55,
b 1838, w Mary F., farmer 120, has 4 horses, 2 cows, 40
gra( e Shropshire and American merino sheep, orchard 2

Batty Charles H., p o Farmer, b 1866, w Katie, general black-
smith, r h and 1 Railroad

Beahan Peter, p o Farmer, r 14, b 1834, farmer 22, i horse

Beckley Daniel W., p o Trumansburg, Tomp. Co., r 74, b
1861 in England, w Dora, fruit grower and farmer 18,
grapes 2>^ acres, strawberries 2, has i horse

Beckley Dora, wife of Daniel W., p o Trumansburg, Tomp-
Co., r 74, farmer 6, worked by her husband Daniel W-

Benjamin Gamaliel, p o Farmer,b 1807, resident owns h and 1
Seneca. Died May 14 1894

Bennett Alton C, p o Farmer, b 1858, w Ada E., (Bennett
Brothers), bds Gambee House, owns lot r 17



8 TOWN OF COVERT.

Bennett Brothers, p o Farmer (Alton C. and Delos T.), insur-
ance agents, druggists and dealers in wall papers, books,
stationery, etc., Main

Bennett Delos T., p o Farmer, b 1865, w Anna H., (Bennett
Brothers) h Main

Bennett Lucinda L., widow of Walter, p o Farmer, re.'ident,
owns h and 1, orchard cor Prospect

Bennet Munro, p o Farmer, b 1850, w Nettie, laborer, owns h
and 1 Lodi

Bergen Albert E., p o Farmer, 1865, w Ida, carpenter and
joiner, h Main

Bergen Christopher Q^, p o Farmer, w Mary A., retired mer-
chant, residence Main

Bergen Jacob, p o Farmer, b 1834, ^ Flora A., carpenter,
builder, etc., owns h and 1, mechanic

Billings Lily Miss, p o Covert, r 41, housekeeper for Jenett
Archer

Bills John C, p o Farmer, b 1854, w Julia E., laborer, owns
h and 1 Lodi

Birney Catharine Miss, p o Trumansburg Tomp. Co., r 64,
school teacher, home with her mother Margaret

Birney Ettie Miss, p o Trumansburg, Tomp. Co., r 64, school
teacher, home with her mother Margaret

Birney James, p o Trumansburg Tomp. Co., r 64, b 1872, farm-
er with his brother Lawrence
J Birney Lawrence, p o Trumansburg Tomp. Co., r 64, b 1862,
farmer, owns on r 68, farm 60 and works his mother Mar-
garet's farm of 50. on r 64, owns 4 horses, 3 cows

Birney Margaret, widow of Lawrence, p o Trumansburg Tomp.
Co., r64, farmer, 50 worked by her son Lawrence, 4
horses, 3 cows, apiarist, 5 colonies

Blauvelt Elizabeth, widow of Horace, p o Farmer, r 3, resident,
home with her son Ernest

Blauvelt Ernest, p o Farmer, r 3, b 1856, w Anna M., carpen-
ter and builder, owns h and 1

Blauvelt Frank, p o Farmer, r 26, b 1851, w Frances T., farm-
er 92, 8 horses, 2 cows, orchard 50 trees

Blauveh J. Willis, p o Farmer, r 26, b 1874, student and farm-
er for his father Frank

Blauvelt John M., p o Farmer, r 24, b 1868, w Pearl, farmer
80, 6 horses, 3 cows, orchard 4

Blauvelt Lucinda S., widow of John J., p o Farmer, resident,
owns h and 1 Lodi

Blauvelt Mary E. Miss, p o Farmer, r 24, home with her fath-
er Mathew G.

Blauvelt Mathew G., p o Farmer, r 24, b 1835, ^ Melinda,
farmer 50, 8 horses, 2 cows, orchard 4



TOWN OF COVERT.



Bloomer Hiram, p o Farmer, b 1842, w Fannie T., town clerk
and pres. board of education, merchant tailor, clothier and
dealer in gent's furnishings, Mathew's Block, res Lodi.
Soldier in company "I" 137th N. Y. Infantry as order-
ly sergeant, 2nd lieutenant in civil war

Bloomer John S., p o Farmer, b 1840, w Carrie F., laborer,
owns h and 1 Lodi

Bogart Augusta Miss, p o Farmer, r 5, resident, rents h and 1

Bogart Alvfn F., p o Farmer, b 1853 in Syracuse, w Sarah T.,
house-painter, h Main

Bogart C. Will, p o Farmer, r 5, b 1861, laborer for Ira C.
Hall, bds with his mother Elizabeth F.

Bogart Clarence S., p o Farmer, r 5, b 1865, hay presser for
Ira C. Hall, bds with his mother Elizabeth F.

Bogart Eliza A., widow of Martin S., po Farmer, owns 2
houses and lots Main

Bogart Elizabeth F., widow of John N., p o Farmer, r 5, resi-
dent, rents h and 1

Bogart George Y., p o Farmer, b 1844, ^om. of highways, ass't
foreman Farmer Produce Co., h Cayuga

Bogart George Y, p o Farmer, b 1833, w Polly, A., laborer, w
owns h and 1 Cayuga

Boorom Addison, p o Farmer, r 27, b 1835, w Mary S., farm-
er 200, 6 horses (2 Hambletonians), 5 cows, 25 sheep,
orchard 2 acres '

Boorom Addie M. Miss, p o Farmer, r '27, home with her fath-
er Addison

Boorom Alton J., p o Farmer, r 23 cor 26, b 1851, w Josephine,
assessor 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891, supervisor elected 1892,
served two years, present incumbent of the office with two'
years to serve, owns farm 45, resides in Farmer, Knight

Boorom Arthur, p o Farmer, r 27, b 1855, w Anna, farmer 41,
2 horses, 2 cows, orchard 8 acres, raspberries 3 acres

Boorom Annie G. Miss, p o Farmer, r 23 cor 26, home with
her father Alton J

Boorom Claude, p o Farmer, r 27, b 1875, school teacher and
farmer, son of Addison

Boorom Curtis, p o Farmer, r 26, b 1875, farmer for William
W. Boorom

Boorom Elbert, p o Farmer, r 27, b 1871, stenographer and
typewriter and farmer for his father Addison

Boorom Homer, p o Farmer, r 26, b 1856, w Nellie J., works
for his father Jacob, farm 100, owns 2 horses, 2 cows,
orchard 2 acres

Boorom Jacob, p o Farmer, r 24 cor 16, b 1829, w Nancy,
farm 100, has 6 horses, 2 cows, orchard 8



10 TOWN OF COVERT.



Boorom Merton, p o Farmer, r 2-7, b 1878, farmer, son of
Addison

Boorom Sarah J. Miss, p o Farmer, r 26, home with her father
William W.

Boorom Stella Miss, p o farmer, r 26, home with her father
William W

Boorom William W., p o Farmer, r 26, b 1830, farmer 103,
6 horses, 3 cows, 24 sheep, apiarist 32 color ies, orchard
apples 150 trees, plums 100, pears 100, quince 50, cherries
20, cherry sales about $50 yearly

Bowers Elvira, widow of William, p o Farmer, r 10, house-
keeper for John T. Dunn

Boyer Charles H., p o Covert, r 32, b 1853 in Tomp. Co., w
Mary E., laborer, owns with w h and 1

Boyer Diamond Vineyard Co., limited, p o Farmer, r 18, W.
W. Clarkson, foreman, capital stock $40,000, vineyard
180 acres, 100,000 vines, L. M. Rappleye, secretary

Boyer Edward, p o Townsend, r 50, b 1842, w Carrie, farmer
80 has 3 horses, 4 cows, 20 sheep, orchard 2

Boyle Mary Miss, p o Covert, r 55, housekeeper for Minor T.
Coburn

.Boyer W. W., p o Farmer, r 22, President Porter Mfg Co.
and Secretary Boyer Diamond Vineyard Co

Bracken Martin J., p o Farmer, b 1869, w Effie L., track-
walker on L. V. R. R

Bradley Cornelia, widow of Joseph T., p o Tomp. Co., r 71,
owns farm 200, has 9 horses, 4 cows, 50 sheep, farm
worked by James Conde her son-in-law

Bradley H. H., p o Farmer, r 18, b 1822, w Harriet E., far-
mer 100, 4 horses, 4 cows, orchard 3

Bradley John, p o Farmer, r 6, b 1859, farmer 100, has 4
horses, 3 cows, orchard 2

BRADLEY LEROY C.,p o Farmer, b 1853, w Nellie E.,
farmer 120 and in Ovid 125, has 75 sheep, 30 are thorough-
bred Hampshire downs, 6 cows, 3 horses, hay and grain
grower,has building lots for sale and is proprietor of stone
quarry, h S Main

Bradley Mary L. Miss, p o Farmer, r 18, home with her fath-
er H. H. Bradley

Bradley Sarah C. Miss, p o Farmer, r 18, home with her
father H. H. Bradley

Breazee William, p o Covert, r 43, b 1824, carpenter and
joiner, farmer 3, and on same r 5, has i cow

Brennan James, p o Trumansburg, Tomp Co., r 68, b 1819,
farmer i

Briggs Cora A., Miss, Trumansburg, Tomp Co., r 72, home



with her father Dewitt



TOWN OP COVERT. II



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Briggs Dewitt, p o Trumansburg, Tomp Co., r 72, b 1847

Cortland Co., w Eliza L., farmer 119, has $ horses, 5
cows, (2 thoroughbred Jerseys, 3 Jersey grades,) 50
sheep, orchard 2

Briggs John S., p o Trumansburg, r 72 b 1878, farmer for his
father Dewitt

Brower William H., p o Covert, r 55, b i859in Ulysses, Tomp
Co., w Sophronia J., farm laborer, r h and 1

Brown Alfred T., p o Trumansburg,Tomp Co., r 82, b i86o,w
Mary E., farmer, rents from his mother Eveline, farm 96,
has 5 horses, i cow, 28 sheep, orchard 2 acres

Brown Dewitt C, p o Trumansburg, Tomp Co., r 67, b 1847,

w Mary J., laborer, r h and 1 . y

Brown Edward, p o Farmer, b 1850, laborer, owns h and 1 Y
Mechanic

Bunn Leonard, p o Farmer, b 1840, w Phoebe A., laborer,
r h Mechanic

Bulliphant Robert, p o Covert, laborer, owns h and 5 acres

Burdick B. Franklin, p o Farmer, r 4, b 1848, w Aminda,
well driller, r h and 1

Burdick Louisa E. Miss, p o Farmer, r 4, basket maker, dau
of B. Franklin

Burdick Orlo A., p o Farmer, r 4, b 1872, farm laborer, son of
B. Franklin

Burdick Oscar B., p o Farmer, r 4, b 1876, student, son of B.
Franklin

Burch Henry, p o Farmer, r 7, b 1851, w Ida K., farmer 18
for his wife, 4 horses, i cow

Burns Patrick, p o Trumansburg Tomp. Co., r 57, b 1814, re-
tired, owns h and 1 10

Burr Almarian, p o Farmer, b i860, retired, rents h and 1,
Prospect

Burr Cora M. Miss, p o Farmer, r 2, stenographer and type-
writer, home with her^ mother Susan M.

Burr Elizabeth, p o Farmer, r 4, widow of Samuel C, farmer
100, rents out on shares to William F. Finch, owns 2 cows,
20 sheep, orchard 2 acres

Burr Elliott V., p o Farmer, r 2, b 1850 in Schuyler Co., farm-
er, home with his mother Susan M.

Burr Fred C, p o Farmer, b 1870, w Hermeone L., clerk for
J. K. Torbert, rents h Main

Burr John O., p o Farmer r 4, b 1866, w Margaret, farm labor-
er, home with his mother Elizabeth

Burr Ruth A. Miss., p o Farmer, r 2, home with her mother,
Susan M.



12 TOWN OF COVERT.



Burr Susan M., widow of Nathan W., p o Farmer, r 2, farmer
100 and rents out on shares to Frank Pierce, owns 2 horses,
7 head cattle, orchard 2
Campbell Lucinda, widow of Edward, p o Trumansburg Tomp.

Co., r 76, resident, owns h and 1, 2 acres
Campbell Susan Miss, p o Covert, r 43, carpet weaver, house-
keeper for William Breazee
Campbell William H., p o Covert, r 43, b 1864, w Keoka, lab-
orer, rents h and 1
Carle Harriet Miss, p o Covert, r 54, owns with her brother

Jared farm 144, 4 horses, i cow, 15 sheep, orchard 2 acres
Carle Jared, p o Covert, r 54, b 1830, farmer, owns with his

sister Harriet farm 144, 4 horses, 1 cow, 15 sheep, orchard

2 acres
Carle WiUiam B., p o Covert, r 43, b 1842, w Ella S., farmer

75, 2 horses, 3 cows
Carpenter Augusta Miss, p o Trumansburg, Tomp. Co., r 80,

owns interest in the estate of her father Joseph in farm 70,

5 horses, 3 cows, 30 sheep
Carpenter Fred M., p o Trumansburg, Tomp. Co., r 80, b 1864
V in Tomp. Co., N. Y., farmer, owns interest in his father

Joseph's farm estate of 70 acres, 5 horses, 3 cows, 30 sheep,

orchard apples 40 trees
Carpenter Mary P., widow of Joseph, Trumansburg, Tomp.

Co., r 80, owns interest in farm 70 worked by her son

Fred M., 5 horses, 3 cows, 30 sheep, also owns 1-3 inter-
est in farm of 93 acres in Enfield, Tomp. Co.
Carron Frank, p o Farmer, r 4, b 1843 in Ireland, w Irene,

laborer, rents h and 1
Case C. Fred, p o Farmer, b 1867 in Yates Go., w Anna L.

general hardware, stoves, paints, oils, etc.. Main, w owns

res N Main
Case Homer C, p o Farmer, b 1868, w Hattie, groceries

crockery, confectionery, fruits, etc.. Main h Orchard '

Case Martin, p o Trumansburg, Tomp. Co., r 77, b 1819, labor-
er, owns h and 1
Cassidy Maggie Miss, po Trumansburg, Tomp. Co., r 71,

housekeeper for Cornelia Bradley
Chadwick Archelaus D., p o Farmer, b 1871, photographer

and scenic artist, home with his father John M., Seneca
Chadwick John M., p o Farmer, b 1852, w Jane R., music

teacher (vocal and instrumental), w owns h and 1 Seneca
Chandler Monmouth, p o Farmer, b 1830, w Jeanette, painter

and paper hanger, owns h and 1, Prospect
Church First Baptist, p o Farmer, organized 1819, Rev. Mer- •

ritt Howell Coleman pastor, Main



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Church The Reformed of Farmer, p o Farmer, Main, Rev.

Elias B. Van Arsdale pastor, residence parsonage, Main
Church St. Francis Roman Catholic, p o Farmer, Prospect,

Rev Father Madden priest, residence at Trumansburg
Church Baptist of Covert, p o Covert, r 41, Rev. John A. Rich

pastor, residence r 56
Clapp James A., p o Farmer, b 1840, w Harriet L., dealer in

pianos, organs, small instruments, sheet music, stools and

covers and general musical merchandise, wareroom, office

and residence Seneca
Clark David S., p o Covert, r 43, b 1863 in Ulysses, Tomp.

Co., w Ella J., laborer, rents h arid 1
Clarkson WilHam W., p o Farmer, r 17, b 1853 in New Jersey, iV

w Ida M., carpenter and builder and superintendent of

Boyer Diamond Vineyard Co., rents h and 1
Coburn Minor T., p o Covert, r 55, b 1817, justice of peace

and retired farmer, owns farm 55 and rents out on shares

to M. Coburn Cole, has i horse, 2 cows, orchard 2. Mr.

Coburn has lived here since 1832
Cole Agnes M., p o Covert, r 55, daughter of Arvah H.
Cole Arvah H., p o Covert, r 55, b 1847, w Mary C, farmer

53^, has 3 horses, 2 cows, 25 sheep, apiarist, 5 colonies,

orchard 2 acres
Cole Carrie M., p o Govert, r 55, daughter of Arvah H.
Cole E. Louise Miss, p o Covert, r 56, resident, home with her

father Milo V.
COLE HARVEY D., p o Farmer, r 38, b 1861, farmer with

his father Ira H.
COLE IRA H., p o Farmer, r38, b 1817, farmer 92, 3 horses,

2 cows, 40 sheep, orchard 4
Cole Jennet E. Miss, p o Farmer, dress maker, h Main
Cole Jennie B., p o Covert, r 55, dau of Arvah H.
Cole John E., p o Covert, r 40, b 1840, w Meda, assessor and

farmer 140, has 7 horses (i Rysdyck), 3 grade Jersey

cows, apple orchard 8 acres
Cole Lula Miss, p o Farmer, r 34, resident, home with her

father Washburn O.
Cole M. Coburn, p o Covert, r 55, b 1872, farmer works on

shares for Minor T. Coburn, Covert, farm 55, 4 horses, i

cow, orchard 2
Cole Mary C, widow of De Witt C, p o Farmer, farmer 73 on

r 34 and rents out on shares to Elsworth Tunison, Main
Cole Milo v., p o Covert, r 56, b 1819, w Druzilla H., farmer

113, rents out on shares to John McDougall, owns 2

horses, 2 cows, 33 sheep, orchard 3 acres
Cole Rosannah, widow of Alva, p o Farmer, owns h and 1

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Cole Sarah M., p o Covert, r 40, student, daughter of John E.

Cole Washburn O., p o Farmer, r 34, b 1834, w Charity, farm-
er 108, rents out on shares to John Ike, owns 2 horses, 3
cows

Coleman May Miss, p o Farmer, student, home with her father
Rev. M. H. Coleman, parsonage Seneca

COLEMAN MERRITT HOWELL Rev., p o Farmer, w
Lula W., pastor First Baptist Church, Main, school trus-
tee Dist. No. 14, residence parsonage Seneca

Collver Delos P., p o Farmer, b 1849, w Kate, tonsorial artist,
shop Main h do

Collver Helen Miss, p o Farmer, ladies' hair dressing, Main
h do

Compton John, p o Farmer, b 1838, butcher and laborer, r h
Main

Conde James, p o Trumansburg, Tomp Co., r 71, b 1844, w
Mary B., overseer for Cornelia Bradley on her farm of
200, owns 4 horses



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