East Bridge Street
1
Samuel Piersall
None
Yankee
Mason and Carpenter
Mary A. Piersall
Methodist
A. Marcus Miller
2
Ludwig Schneider
None
German
Mary Schneider
None
Albert J. Schneider
None
3
Academy Hall
Father Mertens
Agent
4
Mary M. Woodin
Methodist (ss)
Yankee
Dress Maker
Emma A. Woodin
Methodist (ss)
Dress Maker
Edith J. Woodin
Methodist (ss)
Ruth A. Woodin
Methodist (ss)
5
Emily J. Duncan
Presbyterian
Yankee
Abbie Whitney
Methodist
Yankee
6
Thomas F. Travis
None
Yankee
Amanda Travis
Episcopal
1 attending ss
Marion A. Travis
George H. Travis
None
7
Leopold P. Desguin
Episcopal
French
Camille A. Desguin
Episcopal
Menzo L. Howard
Presbyterian
American
French
Town Clerk
Fernando A. Howard
Episcopal
8
Adam Kime
Methodist
German
Glass Worker
Isaac T. Nickerson
Methodist
1 attending ss
Glass Worker
S. Janette Nickerson
Eva L. Nickerson
9
Whitney Dwelling
Frank J. Wallace
Pap.
Yankee
Glass Worker
Gertrude M. Wallace
Methodist
Muriel F. Wallace
10
Jesse D. Perkins
Methodist
English
Yankee
Glass Worker
Cora A. Perkins
Methodist
Blanche V. Perkins
2 attending ss
(Methodist)
1 attending ss
(Episcopal)
Murry K. Perkins
C. Leona Perkins
Raymond Perkins
Clyde A. Perkins
Edwin Perkins
Arthur S. Perkins
11
Ellen G. Glasgow
Catholic
3 attending ss
Yankee
Elmer F. Glasgow
Flora L. Glasgow
Louis J. Glasgow
George E. Glasgow
12
John T. Goodfellow
Methodist
Yankee
Ellen N. Goodfellow
Methodist
Laura D. Goodfellow
Methodist
Harry D. Goodfellow
Army Soldier
13
M. Alta Harding
Methodist
Post Office Clerk
C. Wright Harding
None
Nelson Dunn
Baptist
Yankee
Mrs. Nelson Dunn
Baptist
Jr. Dunn
16
Rev. Edward C. Hoskins
Episcopal
1 attending ss
Yankee
Episcopal Rector.
Eliza Hoskins
17
William Holmes
None
Irish
Scotch
Sarah Holmes

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1 Comment

  1. Good afternoon:
    As you may know we lived in Thomas Deans house on W. Bridge, it was 683 West St. when we lived there 1974-1994. I am enjoying your village directory and had a question I hope you may be able to answer. I see that W. Bridge shows “Lockup” next to Thomas Deans entry. Was there a jail on W. Bridge? I know that Thomas was a justice of the peace along with his many accomplishments. Mr. Cottett told me a story of a wedding that Thomas performed in the house on Christmas Eve one year. Thank you for all the work your team does to keep the history of this once vibrant town alive.

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