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owh02b.jpg (2915 bytes) Daily Freeman Review 12/30/99:

Daughter completes father’s history of a 1ost town

By BLAISE SCHWEITZER Feeman staff

     When a Hurley man’s labor of love, writing a history of Old West Hurley, ended with his death in 1992, the friends and family he left behind were shaken. They knew the project was important to him, however, and seven years later finally pieced together and published the history that was so dear to him.

     The man’s name is Alien M. Rowe, the book "Old West Hurley Revisited: A Nostalgic Tour" and the woman most responsible for reclaiming Rowe’s research and seeing it through to publication is his daughter, Candy Rowe Hopkins. Hopkins said the motivation in putting the book together from her father’s notes and records was "preserving what he loved so much." When Rowe died, he also left Richard Frisbie, owner of Hope Farm Press and Bookshop in Saugerties, feeling there was a gap in his local history section. Rowe, who was a Hurley Town Councilman at the time of his death, and Frisbie had known each other from the bookshop and had agreed to put the book out well before Rowe died.

     "This was his passion," Frisbie said of Rowe’s history of Hurley in the years around the turn of the last century, before the community was flooded by the waters of the Ashokan Reservoir.Fortunately Hopkins was able to make sense of her father’s work and team up with Frisbie to put it into book form. She hadn’t done anything like this before, she said, and was unaccustomed to the sort of detail work Frisbie required.

     "He’s very particular," she said, describing painstaking checking and rechecking of facts. When she saw her first copy of the book, she decided it was worth all the effort. "I just cried," she said. "It was perfect."

     Among the book’s fans is Hurley Town Historian David Baker, who is also a friend of the Rowe family. He appreciated the voluminous facts laid out in the book, and the unusual way father and daughter collaborated to guide readers through the town with a running commentary voiced by a fictional character.

     "It’s just as if it were a diary," Baker said, a diary that is complimented by 61 photos, four pages of maps and reams of news accounts from area newspapers. The tone is almost gossipy, Baker added, "in a good way."

     With all the names and snippets of family news it offers, the book is a genealogists dream, said Frisbie. It is also an unusually valuable resource for those interested in architecture from the turn of the century. The photos in the book, taken in 1909 by William H. Longyear for the New York City Board of Water Supply, show everything from utilitarian shacks to barns to homes with large open porches.


Old West Hurley Revisited - A Nostalgic Tour

AUTHOR: Allen Rowe, with an introduction by his daughter, Candy Rowe.

"Old West Hurley Revisited" is a 200 page history of the village before New York City's Ashokan Reservoir waters buried it in 1917. The first part is an imagined tour which includes 65 black and white photos of various businesses and houses, (most previously unpublished) with descriptions of life at work and at home on a typical day in the early 1900's. There are four maps with a key to identify each lot and each building on it. They are cross-referenced with the photos for an easy understanding of the village layout. Then, the remaining 2/3s of the book contains a brief section of Methodist Church records and over 80 pages of a year-by-year listing of all the newspaper articles about West Hurley. This is truly a detailed examination of the life of a community now lost. With a full index, large 8x10 format, 200 pages. Paperback $20.00.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

INVITATION page 5

SCENIC RIDE Chapter 1 page 7

Departure From Kingston / Plank Road / Freight Train Maneuvers / Peace and Tranquillity / St. John's Roman Catholic Church / Arrival at West Hurley

TOUR OF THE DOWNTOWN BUSINESS DISTRICT Chapter 2 page 13

George Weed's Saw Mill / A Bluestone Quarry / Lower Main Street / Railroad Avenue / Ulster and Delaware Railroad / Riseley's Stone Mill

TOUR OF THE UPTOWN RESIDENTIAL AREA Chapter 3 page 27

Dutch Reformed Church / Upper Main Street / M. E. Church (Methodist Episcopal Church) / District School / Lawson's Stone Crusher / End of Tour

AN EVENTFUL, BUT SAD, DAY Chapter 4 page 53

A Hearty Breakfast / Window Shopping / Fire!! / Survey of Damages / Delayed Departure

EPILOGUE - A LOOK BACK Chapter 5 page 57

Early History / Industries / Plans for Destruction / The Waters Cometh

NEW YORK CITY BOARD OF WATER SUPPLY MAPS page 61

Numbered Key to Photographs and Maps / Additional Photographs

APPENDIX A page 75

Trustee Minutes, M. E. Church 1851 - 1916

APPENDIX B page 90

Ladies Aid Minutes, M. E. Church 1898 - 1904

APPENDIX C page 96

Membership Lists, Ladies Aid, M. E. Church 1898 - 1909

APPENDIX D page 97

Newspaper Items 1896, 1899 - 1905

INDEX page 180


INDEX

Various spellings of the same name are included here because that is the way they appeared in the original documents.

Names in capital letters are from the newspaper articles in Appendix D, pages 97-179.

Names with an asterisk (*) can also be found in the key to the maps and photographs, pages 66 and 67.

A

Acker, Milo M., 59

Akerley, Rev J. W., 77

Albany, 15, 109, 114, 117, 119

Aleicher, John A., 59

Alfred Peats & Co.,, 100

ALLEN, 156, 162, 175

Allen, D. D., Rev. E.S., 111

Allen, Mrs. John, 47, 94, 96

American Woolen Company,, 115

American Woolen Mill Co., 113

Anderson, Miss Freda, 112

Arbor Day, 104

ARGUS, 119, 175

Ashokan, 22, 48, 57, 85, 87, 110

Ashokan Reservoir, b, 57

Ashton, 33, 48, 115

B

Babcock, Grace, 117

Babcock, Mrs., 117

Baker*, John G.

Bangs, Rev. Nathen, 78

BARBER SHOP, 156

Barth, Mrs. Edward, 117

BARTON, 137, 140, 148, 156

Barton, Mr., 22

Barton, Mrs. Nellie J., 118

Barton*, Mrs. Nettie J., 102

Barton, Mrs. Pliny, 113

Barton, Nellie J., 118

Barton, P. M., 39

Barton, P.M., 103, 118

Barton, Pliney, 58

BARTON: P. M, 121, 162

Barton's Store, 24, 39

BASEBALL, 156

Beaverkill, 78, 79

Beesmer, 15, 58

Beesmer, Mr., 15, 58

BELL, 148

BEREAN, 121

Berean, Alfred, 116

Berean, Mrs. Alfred, 114

BERRIAN, 148, 162

Berrian, Lulu, 104

Berrian, Mrs. Alfred, 102

BEST, 156, 162

Best, R., 120

Best, Reuben, 58

Best's Hotel, 21, 55, 120

Big Indian, 39

Bishop, Duane, 112, 114, 118, 119

Bishop, J. W., 80

Bishop, Mrs., 115

Bishop, Wagner, 112

Blauvelt, Rev. Cornelius, 30

Board of Water Supply, 59

Bogart, Clifford, 53

Bohlar, Rev. Lewis, 30, 97

Boice, Eulay, 102

Boiceville, 105

BONESTEEL, 121, 140, 156, 162

Bonesteel*, Alfred, 29, 105, 108, 109

Bonesteel, Mrs. Alfred, 29, 108, 109, 112

Boston, 119

Boston, Mrs. N.J., 102

Bovee, J, 81

Bradford,, 115

BRINK, 121, 137, 156, 162, 175

Brink House, 103

Brink, Charles, 56, 96, 116, 120

Brink, Charles E., 102, 103

Brink, Dawes, 113

Brink, Etta, 96

Brink, Etta A, 90, 91, 96, 102

Brink, Mrs., 117

Brink, Mrs. Charles, 96, 116

Bristol Hill, 11

Britt, Nicholas, 28, 82

Britt, William, 28

Brooklyn, 24, 27, 98, 99, 102, 104, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 118, 119

Brooklyn Bridge, 24

BROPHY, 140

BROWN, 140

Brown, Mr., 102

Browne, 85

Brown's Station, 100

BRUCE, 121, 140, 148

Bruce, Chester, 113

Bruce, David N., 102, 111, 113

Bruce, Garfield, 101, 111, 113, 116

Bruce, Roy, 104, 111

Bruce, Wm., 81

Brundage, Mrs. Martha, 114

Bryars, Rev James, 77

Buffalo, 111

Bundy, Pamella, 120

BURGER, 121, 137, 141, 148, 156, 162, 175

Burger, Hiram, 113

Burger, James, 36

Burger, James M., 24

Burger, Joseph, 113

Burger*, Minnie

Burger, Miss Mini, 113, 115

BUSHNELL, 121

Bushnell, C.B., 102

Bushnell, Charles B., 30

BUTLER, 148

Butler, Estella, 119

Butler, Herbert, 113

Butler, John E., 119

Butler, Walter, 118, 119

Byles, Rev. E. W., 88

C

CAHILL, 156, 162, 175

Cahill, James, 24, 99

Cairo, 118

CAREY, 137

Carey boarding house, 110

Carey House, 118

Carey, Clara, 104

Carey, John, 118

Carey*, Katie

Carey, Leroy, 104

Carey, Millard, 104, 118

Carey's Hotel, 11, 103

Carman, Addie, 10

Carnright, Alexander, 75

Carnwright, Alexander, 45

CARRY, 162

CATHOLIC, 148

Catskill Mountains, 6, 23, 109

Centreton, N.J.,, 111

Chadwick, Charles N., 59

Chambers, Martin, 112

Chambers, Michael, 112

CHASE, 148

Chicago, 100, 112, 113, 115

Chrisleansen, Mrs. Mathilda, 22

Church Street, 28, 29, 30

Cisco, Mrs. James Fran, 94

Citizens Telephone Co., 17

City of New York, 85

CLARK, 121

Clark, John, 118

Clark, Thomas, 116

Classis of Ulster, 28

CLEARWATER, 148, 156, 163, 175

Clearwater, A. L., 83

Clearwater, Charles, 120

Clearwater, George, 53, 120

Cody, M. T., 107

Coeymans, 48

Cold Spring House, 10

COLE, 164, 175

Collier Road, 16, 55, 56

COLLISON, 164

Collison, Mrs. William, 115

COLVIN, 122, 141, 148, 164, 175

Colvin*, David, 112

Colvin, Frank, 104, 112

Colvin, Mrs, 91

Colvin, Mrs. David, 47, 90, 91, 92, 94, 96, 117

Colvin, Mrs. Emma, 96

Colvin, Mrs. James, 112

Colvin, William, 111

Connecticut, 118

Cook, Bro., 79

Cook, James H., 113

Cook, Mrs. William, 47, 96

COOKE, 122

Couchman, Bro. M., 78, 79

County Treasurer, 102

Coykendall, Edward, 59

CRAFT, 122, 141

Craft, Mrs. Roscoe, 96

Crannell, Bro. O. P., 79, 80

Crannell, Rev. O. P., 45

Crispell, John, 105

Cuban war, 105

CULLEN, 122, 156

Cullen*, James, 58, 105

Cullen, Mrs., 22

Cummings building, 104

Cummings*, Catherine

Curry, W., 84

D

David Young Estate, 41

Davies, Rev. John, 45

DAVIS, 149

Davis, Charles, 59

Davis, George, 99

Davis, Isaac, 101

Davis, Mr. and Mrs. G.W., 111, 112

Decoration Day, 106

Dederick, Peter, 117

Delaware County, 23, 48, 115

Dewey, President, 114

Dibble, Mr., 118

Dish, Mr., 110

District Attorney Cantine, 105

District No. 6 School, 47

Donahue, James, 39

Donaldson, A.S., 115

Donaldson, Anita, 111

Donaldson, Mr., 108

Donaldson, Prof., 111, 118

Donaldson, Professor, 111

Donihue, Mrs., 112

Doodle, Timothy, 104

DOUGLAS, 122, 137, 141, 149, 156, 164, 175

Douglas, Lester, 105, 116

Douglas, Mary, 40

Douglas, Mrs., 96

Douglas, Mrs. G., 47, 96

Douglas, Mrs. Maria, 47, 96, 111

Douglass*, Elizabeth

Douglass*, Lester

DRAKE, 123, 149

Drake, Andrew J., 115

DuBOIS, 123, 175

Dubois, Alpha, 119

DuBois, Harry, 55

DuBois, Harry J., 53

DuBois, Mrs., 115

Dubois, Mrs. Afpha, 118

Dubois, Mrs. Alpha, 114

Dug Hill, 16

DuMOND, 123, 137, 141, 149, 156, 164, 175

Dumond*

Dumond*, Abraham, 37, 119

DuMond, Elizabeth, 27

Dumond*, Abram, 99, 108, 110

Dumond*, Charles, 30

DuMond, Clifford, b, 48, 60, 37

Dumond, Conrad, 28

Dumond, Frank, 60, 37

Dumond, L.E., 99, 100, 103, 108, 112, 116, 120

Dumond*, Levi, 21, 28, 30, 32, 45, 53, 58, 60, 102, 110, 119

Dumond, Levi E., 105, 114

Dumond, Mrs. Lucinda, 102

Dumond, Nellie, 60

Dumond*, Philip, 28, 112

Dumond, Ross, 100

Dumond's Store, 21, 22, 27, 53, 55, 56

Dundee Rubber Corporation, 115

Dutch Reformed Church, 28

Dutch Reformed Church Parsonage*

E

Earl, H. C., 81, 82

Early, E. M., 88

ECKERT, 123, 142, 156, 165

Eckert, Thompson, 100

Eckert, Walter, 101

Edwards, Oscar, 119

Ellenville, 108

Ellis, A. H., 75

ELLSWORTH, 149

ELTING, 123, 142, 157, 165

Elting, J. V. B., 16, 46, 47, 82, 83, 84, 96

Elting*, Mrs. Jane, 93, 96

Eltinge, Mrs., 95, 119

Eltinge, Mrs. J., 96

Eltinge, Mrs. Jane, 119

Eltings, Mrs., 93, 95

ENNIST, 123, 142, 149, 165, 175

Ennist, Charles, 58

Ennist, Charles F, 85

Ennist, Chas, 18, 86

Ennist, Daniel, 116

Ennist, Esq., William B., 101

Ennist, John, 120

Ennist, Mrs, 90

Ennist, Mrs. Charles, 96

Ennist, Mrs. Charles F., 47

Ennist, Mrs. Daniel, 109

Ennist, Mrs. John, 97

Ennist, Mrs. Spencer, 17, 47, 90, 96, 108

Ennist*, Spencer, 17, 18, 47, 58, 96, 108, 120

Ennist, William B., 101, 108

Ennist's Blacksmith Shop, 55

Ennist's Wagon Shop, 56

Erie County, 58

Esopus Creek, 8

Everett, 17, 27, 31, 45, 47, 48, 55, 58, 75, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 96, 98, 111, 114, 119, 123, 142, 149, 157, 165, 176

Everett, H., 31, 90, 92, 93, 95, 96, 103, 108, 120

Everett*, Humphrey, 120

Everett*, J.S., 92

Everett, Jennie, 117

Everett, Millard, 120

Everett, Mrs H., 90, 92, 93, 95, 96

Everett, Mrs John, 91

Everett, Mrs. Charles, 96

Everett, Mrs. Humphrey, 111

Everett, Mrs. John, 27, 96

Everett*, Mrs. Sarah C., 96

Everett, Mrs. W., 95

Everett, Mrs. W. B., 92, 93, 96

Everett, Mrs. Ward B., 109, 117

Everett, Virgil, 104

Everett, W., 92, 119

Everett, W. B., 92, 93, 96, 108

Everett*, Ward, 120

Everitt, Henry, 75

Everitt, Mrs Humphrey, 90

EVERY, 142, 165

Every, Moses, 9, 20, 29, 53, 60, 107, 119

Every, Moses and Rachel, 60

Every, Mrs. Moses, 29

Every, Mrs. Moses (Rachel), 53

F

Farington, H, 84

Farringtons, 84

Faulkner, V. J., 117

Feiro, John, 113

Feiro, Miron, 113

Ferguson, Mrs., 99

Ferguson, Ora, 99, 116, 119

FIELD, 176

FIERO, 123, 149, 157, 165, 176

Fiero, J., 120

Fiero, John, 20, 37, 53, 58, 99

Fiero, John and Ella, 35

Fiero's, John, Butcher Shop, 20

FINCH, 123, 149, 166, 176

Finch, Charles, 110, 115

Finch*, Clarence P.

Finch, Milton, 114

Finch*, Mrs. Elizabeth, 110, 114, 115, 116

Fiore and Snyder, 107

FIRE, 124

Fisher, G. L., 86, 87

FITZGERALD, 124

Fitzgerald, Paul, 104

Five Point Mission, 107

Folant, John P., 100

Folant, Wm. Chester, 98

Follette, C. E., 107, 108, 118

FOSTER, 124

Fradenburg, Byron, 105, 106, 109

FRANCE, 150, 157, 166, 176

France*, Caroline

France residence, 33

France, J. H., 45, 80

France, Mrs., 95

France, Mrs. C., 96

France, Mrs. C.F., 111

France, Mrs. Festus, 109

France, Orville, 97

FRANCISCO, 124, 142

Francisco, James, 47, 96, 98, 100, 108, 109, 110, 113, 115, 117

Francisco, Jared, 110

Francisco, John, 104

Francisco, Jordan, 113

Francisco, Mary, 108, 110, 116

Francisco, Mrs. James, 47, 96, 100, 110, 115

Francisco, William, 109

Franciscos, Mrs., 95

Fredenburgh hill, 103

Fredenburgh, Mrs. Eugene, 102

Freeman, 105

FREER, 166

Fyfe, 88

Fyfe, Rev. J. H., 88

 

G

Gaasbeck, Mrs. Leslie Van, 108

Galloway, William, 105

George Weed's Saw Mill, 58

Germond, Mr. Phillip, 103

Gibson, Jennie, 110, 112

Gibson, Miss Jennie, 110

Glass Building, 20, 35, 37, 53, 55, 56

Glass, Albert, 84

Glenford, 22, 43, 85, 86, 87, 111

Glenford M. E. Church, 43, 87

Gloversville, 105

Grand Hotel, 59

Grant, Thomas, 102

Gray, Charles, 112

Gray, Dorothy, a

Greene county, 110, 117

Greene, Benjamin, 98

Greene, Freddie, 104

Greene's Warranted Syrup of Tar, 103

Gricks, Mrs., 96

Gricks, Mrs. Earnest, 96

Griffin, Dr., 30, 120

Griffin*, Sarah M.

Groves, John D., 60

Grower, George, 45

Grower, Harriet, 101

Grower, Silas, 45

Gulick, Rev. Alexander, 29

H

H. Everett & Son, 120

H. Everett, 31

Haines, Nelson, 118

HALE, 142

Hale, Frederick, 105

Hall, Miss Grace, 47, 48, 96

Hall, Miss H., 47, 96

Halwick, James, 76

Hamlet Theatre, 11

Hammond, Jesse, 118

Hanney, John, 58

Hanney's, John, Shoe Repair Shop, 20, 53

Hanson, J., 82

Hardenburgh, Mrs. Cornelia, 116

Harper, Miss Cornelia, 47, 96

HASBROUCK, 124, 137

Hasbrouck, Charles, 104

Hatwick*, Hiram

Henry Johnson's Blacksmith Shop, 42

HERRICK, 150

HERRING, 124, 142, 150, 166

Herring, Grace, 116, 118

Herring, H.M., 99, 101, 102, 105, 106, 118

Herring, M., 118

Herring, Morris, 105

Herring, Mrs. Zereptha, 108, 116, 118

Herring, William, 105

Herrington, Mrs. Calvin, 101

Hervy, Rev. J. B., 84

HIAWATHA CLUB, 166

Higgins, Governor Frank W., 58

Highland, 108, 111, 115, 118, 119

Highmount, 9, 59

Hoboken, 110, 116

Hobren, W., 112

Hogan*, John

Holland, 29

HOLMES, 124, 150

Honey Street, 39, 42

HOTEL, 166

Houston, Edwin, 103

Houston, James, 101

Howard, Mrs., 107

Hoyt, Chester, 60

Hoyt, G. A., 87

Hoyt, George, 87, 88

Hoyt, George A., 87, 88

Hubbard, Thomas, 100, 104

Hudson, 106

Hudson River, 17, 98

HUGHES, 125

Hughes, James, 114

Hughes*, P. & O.

HUMPHREY, 125, 150

Humphrey Everett's Store, 53

Humphrey, Bessie, 115

Humphrey, Miss Bessie, 117

Hunter, 105, 116, 117

Hurley Mountain, 9

Hurley Woods, 22

HUSTON, 125, 137

Huston, Beulah, 109

Huston, John W. J., 109

Huston, Lewis, 110

Huston, Mrs. Mandarine, 98, 105, 108, 109, 116, 117, 118

Huston, Oliver B., 98, 108, 109, 112, 116, 119

Hyde Park, 117

I

ICE CREAM PARLOR, 125, 157

ICE CREAM PARLORS, 150

Ingram, J. B., 81

Iowa, 107

J

James Cullen's Hotel, 22

Jersey City, 59, 98, 108, 109, 112, 116, 119

Jersey City Cemetery., 109

Jeu-Devine, Mrs. Warren, 97

JEWELL, 150

Jewell, Calvin, 117

Jewell, H., 57

Jewelville, 57

Jobes, Charles, 109, 112

Jobes, John, 109

Jobes, Mrs. Charles, 109

John Fiero's Meat Market, 56

John Hanney's Shoe Repair Shop, 20, 53

JOHNSON, 142, 150, 157, 166, 176

Johnson, H., 81

Johnson, Henry, 37, 42, 47, 48, 58, 96

Johnson, L., 83

Johnson, Mrs., 92, 96

Johnson, Mrs. H., 92

Johnson, Mrs. Henry, 47, 92, 96

Johnson, T.C., 81, 82, 84

Johnson, Thomas, 46, 83

Johnson*, Thos. C., 111

Johnson, Wesley, 79

JOHNSTON, 125

Johnston*, Emery, 120

Johnston, Henry, 105

Joice, Patsey, 114

JONES, 125

Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey B., 109

JOYCE, 125, 142, 150, 157, 166, 176

Joyce, Joseph, 53

Joyce, Michael, 22, 30

Joyce, Mr. and Mrs. Michael, 30

K

Katonah, 59

KELLERHOUSE, 125

Kellerhouse, Frank, 87

KELLEY, 157

Kelley, Lawrence, 21, 58

Kelley's Hotel, 21

KELLY, 125, 137, 142, 167, 176

Kelly, Lawrence, 108

Kenar*, Mary Ann

Kensico reservoir, 60

Kerhonkson, 111

Kernan, Master, 104

KILPATRICK, 126, 150

Kingston, a, c, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 21, 22, 23, 38, 48, 51, 53, 55, 56, 59, 87, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 116, 117, 118, 119

Kingston Argus, 97, 98, 100

Kingston Point, 111

Kirkpatrick, Alex, 85, 86, 87

Kirkpatrick, Alexander, 85

Kirkpatrick*, William

Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Wm., 96

Knapp, David, 79

Kraft, Mr., 110, 115

Kraft, Professor Roscoe C., 117, 119

KROM, 126

Krumville, 98, 118

L

Ladies Banner Society, 29

Ladies of the Aid Society, c, 47, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 96, 101, 102

Lake Hill, 104, 109

LANE, 137, 142, 150, 157, 167, 176

Lane, James, 110

Lane*, Marcus, 16, 18, 47, 51, 53, 56, 58, 96, 104, 110

Lane, Mrs., 18, 51, 53, 56

Lane, Mrs. Marcus, 16, 47, 96, 104

Lane, Mrs. T.B., 101

Lane's Hotel, 16, 55, 56, 110, 120

Lanesville, 101

Lapla, 32

LASHER, 167

Lasher, Mrs. Mini, 114

LAWSON, 167

Lawson, L ., 45, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84

Lawson, Lewis, 46

Lawson, Lucius, 45, 46, 48, 76, 77, 78, 79, 83

Lawson, Rev. D. G., 97

Lederle, Dr. Ernst J., 59

LEE, 126, 151, 176

Lee, Elmer, 48, 100

Lee, Nancy, 98

LEWIS, 137

Lewis, John B, 45, 75, 76, 77

Lewis, Mrs., 104

Lewis, Mrs. Cornelia, 96

Lewis, Mrs. O, 96

Lewis, Mrs. Richard, 100

Lewis, Richard, 99, 104, 110

Lincoln, 59

Lindsley, Rev. Darius D, 76

Little Falls, 59

Lockwood, Isleton, 114

Lockwood*, Millisa

Lomer, Mr. and Mrs. Harry, 111

Lomer*, Nettie

Long Island College Hospital, 106

Loomis*, Maria L.

Loomis, Mr., 32, 102

Loomis, Mrs. J. H., 32, 47, 94, 96

Lowe, George, 111

Lown, Mrs. Edward, 100

Lowns*, Mary E.

Lucious Lawson's quarry, 57

LUMBER, 126, 138, 143, 151

Lutheran Church of Woodstock, 29

M

M. E. Church*, c, 27, 33, 43, 55, 76, 77, 78, 81, 82, 84, 85, 87, 90, 96, 97

MacArthur Brothers Company, 59

Madison, 117

Madison, N.J., 35, 110

Mahen, Patrick W., 112

Main Street, c, 15, 16, 17, 20, 27, 28, 31, 32, 33, 35, 37, 39, 42, 47, 53, 55, 56, 57

Marbletown, 22, 28, 48, 112

Marbletown Road, 28, 48

Markle*, 13, 102, 104, 107, 113, 116, 126, 143, 157, 167

Markle, Charles, 102, 103, 108, 116

Markle, Mamie, 98

Markle*, Margaret E.,

Markle, Mrs. Augusta, 111

Marshall, 21

Martin, David, 45, 79

Martin, J. A., 84

Martin, James A, 78

Maryland, N.Y., 106

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 59

Matthew & North, 103

Mauran, Mrs. A.J., 104

Maxiner, Mrs. H.A., 108

MAXON, 126

Maxon, Charles, 102, 103, 111

Maxon, Mrs. Elizabeth, 102, 115

Mc Henry, Father, 11

Mc Mullen, Alexander, 46

McAuliff, Catharine, 104

McAULIFFE, 126, 138, 143, 151, 176

McAuliffe, Agnes, 48

McAuliffe, Alice, 48

McAuliffe, Catherine, 38, 48, 50, 60

McAuliffe, Cornelius, 48

McAuliffe, Daniel, 38, 48

McAuliffe, Donald, 48

McAuliffe, Francis, 38

McAuliffe, James,, 30, 38, 60

McAuliffe, Joseph, b, 30, 31, 38, 48, 53, 57, 58, 60

McAuliffe, Mae, 35, 48

McAuliffe, Mary, 22, 38, 40, 42, 47, 60, 96

McAuliffe, Neil, 102

McAuliffe, Thomas, 38, 42, 46, 60, 83

McAuliffe, William, 48

McCauliffe*, Patrick

McClellan, 59

McClellan, Mayor George B., 59

McGrath, J.L., 103

McKelvey, Joseph, 58

McKELVIE, 151, 157, 167, 177

McKelvie, Joseph, 110

McKelvie, Mrs. Joseph, 96, 111, 115

McMURDY, 143

McMurdy, Mrs, 93

Mellen, E.S., 116

Mellen Estate*

Memorial Day, 106

METHODIST, 126, 138, 143, 151, 157, 167, 177

Methodist Episcopal Church, c, 27, 32, 33, 43, 45, 55, 60, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 81, 82, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 90, 96, 97, 101, 103, 104

Middletown, 8, 104

Middletown Insane Asylum, 110

Millard Rowe, a

MILLEN, 129

Millen, E.S., 111

Miller, Stephen, 102

Miller, Steven, 104, 114, 115

Millspough, Joseph, 115

Mockin, Rev. S., 10, 11

Moe, Mrs. William, 109

Montclair, 59

Monticello, 101, 110, 113

Mooney*, Catherine

Morey Hill, 10

MOSHER, 151

Mosier*, Mary

Mount Kisco, 103, 104

Mount Pleasant, 22

Mr. Loomis, 32, 102

Mulligan*, Mary & Margaret

Mulligan, Mrs. Minnie, 100

Murphy, 29, 144, 157, 167, 177

Murphy, John J., 22

Mutton Hollow, 8

 

N

NEHEMIAH, 129

New Durham, 109, 110

New Stone Road, 15, 32, 39

New York, 100, 102, 104, 108, 109, 111

New York City, 16, 23, 24, 39, 57, 58, 59, 60, 103, 107, 113

New York City Water Supply, 57

New York Custom House, 110, 114

New York, Kingston, and Syracuse Railroad, 23

Newark, 22, 59, 97, 98, 103, 104, 107, 108, 109, 111, 112, 116, 118

NEWBERY, 144, 167

NEWBURY, 151, 157, 177

Newell, C. H., 85

Newell, Miss, 96

Newell, P. F, 85

Nodine, Margaretta, 16, 48, 120

Nodine, Miss, 55

Nodine, Miss Margaretta, 16, 48

North Blenham, 113

North Dakota, 97

Norton, Miss, 118

O

Oak Cottage, 109

Oakdale, 116

O'Brien, Bridget, 22

O'Brien, Mrs. William, 112

Odd Fellows Lodge Hall, 38

Old Hurley, 57, 91, 102, 103, 105, 114, 116

Olive Branch, 100

O'NEIL, 129, 139, 144, 151, 158, 168

O'Neil*, James

O'Neil*, PJ

O'Neil, W., 104

Oneonta, 22

Ontario & Western Railroad, 120

OSTRANDER, 168, 177

Ostrander, Herbert, 40, 47, 96

Ostrander, Mrs. Herbert, 47, 93, 96

Overlook Mountain House, 7, 111, 112

P

P. M. Barton's General Store, 22

P. Van Voris, 83

Palentown, 110, 119

Palenville, 117

Palmer, Rev. Charles, 45

Pardee, J. N., 77

Park, Rev. C., 98, 100, 106, 107, 112, 115, 117

Parks, George, 20, 102

Parks, Rev. C., 20, 101

Passaic, 59

Patchogan, 116

Patchogue, L.I., 101, 111, 113

Paterson, 59

PECK, 139, 144, 158, 168

Peck, John, 110

Pennsylvania, 15

PERCELL, 144

Percel*, Edward

Persons, Henry H., 58

Philadelphia, 114

Phoenicia, 100, 103, 110, 112, 116

Pieret, Ella, 104

Pine Hill, 8, 9, 48

PIPER, 129

Plank Road, c, 7, 8, 10, 11, 15, 28, 48, 57, 60, 152

PLANKROAD, 129

Platt, Benjamin, 120

Platt, Rose, 120

Port Jervis, 108

POST OFFICE, 144, 177

POULTRY, 158

Powell, Smith & Co, 105

Preston, Miss, 84

PRICE, 177

Q

QUARRIES, 129, 152, 158, 168

Quarryville, 113

R

RAILROAD, 130, 144, 168, 177

Railroad Avenue, c, 20, 21, 22, 39, 56, 57

Ravena, 112, 120

Ravina, 98

RECREATION, 144

Reed, Ella, 115

Reed, Myrtle, 108, 115

REFORMED, 130, 139, 144, 152, 158, 168, 177

Reformed Church, c, 13, 20, 28, 29, 33, 55, 60, 93, 97, 98, 100, 101, 102, 106, 107, 110, 111, 114, 115, 117, 119

Reformed Church of Hurley, 29

Reid, Rev. Chas., 118

Reuben Best's Hotel, 21

Reynolds, Mrs. Lillian C., 119

RISELAY, 145

RISELEY, 158

Riseley, Edmund, 24

Riseley, Fred, 108

Riseley's Grove, 8

Riseley's Stone Mill, c, 15, 23, 24, 57, 104, 110

Risley, Albert, 119

Risley, Mrs., 119

ROADS, 158

Robertson*, James B.

Rockwell City, 119

ROMER, 130, 139, 145, 152, 158, 169, 177

Romer, Mrs. Margaret, 115, 116

Romer*, Mrs. Margaret A., 97, 101, 115

Rondout, 9, 22, 110, 117

Rondout and Oswego Railroad, 22

Rondout Savings Bank, 87

Rosenpaugh, Peter A., 30

Route 375, 20, 60

Row, John N., 28, 30

ROWE, 131, 139, 145, 152, 158, 169, 177

Rowe, Allen, a

Rowe, C. H, 83

Rowe, Catherine, 50

Rowe, Chauncey, 33, 50

Rowe, Clarence, 100, 102, 105, 106, 113, 114

Rowe*, Edgar, 97, 110, 115, 118

Rowe, Edward, 114

Rowe, Genevieve, 60

Rowe, George, 102

Rowe, Hobart, b

Rowe, Hobart Arthur, 97

Rowe, J. C., 81, 84

Rowe, Jacob, 78

Rowe, Jacob C., 82, 83, 84

Rowe, James, 104

Rowe, Marian, 57

R (con't)

Rowe, Millard, a, b, 60

Rowe, Mrs. Edward, 108

Rowe, Mrs. George, 106, 109

Rowe, Mrs. N. H., 95, 96

Rowe, Mrs. Nicholas, 47, 96

Rowe, Mrs. Phebe, 109

Rowe, Mrs. Phoebe, 118

Rowe, Nicholas, a, 7, 8, 9, 10, 13, 14, 16, 18, 20, 21, 22, 24, 28, 32, 33, 39, 41, 42, 43, 44, 47, 48, 49, 51, 60, 96, 108, 112

Rowe, Phoebe, 112

Rowe, Sarah, 112

Rowes, J. C., 83

Rowes, Mrs. Chauncey, 107

Rowes, Mrs. Phoebe, 109

Roxbury, 30

Russell, Wesley, 84

S

SAMMIS, 145, 153, 159, 170

Sammis*, Charlotte

Sammis, Miss Bulah, 96

Sammis, Miss Minnie, 96

SAMMONS, 131

Sanford, Rev. A.K., 107

Sansbury, John, 117

Saugerties, 113

Sawkill, 11, 22, 60, 102, 103, 108, 113

Sax, Frederick, 28

Sax, H., 80, 81

Sax, Henry, 28, 45, 76, 77

Sax, John, 86

SAXE, 139, 153, 159, 170

Saxe, 85

Saxe, Carolyn, 60

Saxe*, Fred, 87, 88

Saxe, Fred and Mary, 42, 60

Saxe, Gordon, 60

Saxe, Ira, 60, 85, 86, 87, 88, 96

Saxe, John, 20, 60, 88

Saxe, John and Inez, 60

Saxe, Marian, b, 42, 57, 60

Saxe, William, 45

Schenectady, 37, 108

Schoharie, 113

Scholarie County, 100

SCHOOL, 131, 145, 153, 159, 170, 178

SCISM, 132, 153, 170, 178

Scism, A.C., 108, 109, 111, 116

Scism, A.E., 108

Scism, Lou, 111

Scism, Mr. and Mrs. Allen C., 39

Scism, Mrs. Donaldson, 111

Scissen*, Allen C.

SCOVILLE, 132, 139, 145, 153, 171, 178

Scovill*, Clinton, 13

Scoville, Coleman, 120

Scoville*, Eugene, 37, 110

Scoville, Fannie, 120

Scoville*, Mary Bushnell

Scoville, Miss Fannie, 96

Scoville, Mrs. Clinton, 118

Scoville*, William, 105

Scribner, G., 84

Shaver, 13, 15, 82, 84

Shaw, Charles A., 59

SHELDON, 154

Sheriff Black, 105

SHERMAN, 159

Sherman, E., 114

SHIELS, 178

Shokan, 78, 86, 100, 101, 102, 103, 106, 108, 115, 116, 118

SHORT, 133, 154, 159, 171, 178

Short, 47

Short, David, 16, 47, 55, 56, 96, 98, 99

Short, Elizabeth, 98, 99

Short, Jenny, 99

Short, Miss Jennie, 98

Short, Mrs. David, 16, 47, 96, 99

Short, Mrs. Ellison, 103

Shultz and Bogart's Agency, 120

Shurter, Mr., 55

Shurter, Mr. Frank L., 48

Siller, Hugo and Julie, 10

SIMMONS, 133, 139, 146, 154, 159, 171, 178

Simmons*, Augusta L.

Simmons, D. A., 86

Simmons, George M., 91, 102, 103, 112

Simmons, Helen, 104

Simmons, J. Edward, 59

Simmons, Mrs George M., 91

Simmons, Mrs. G.M., 112

Simmons, Mrs. George, 114

Simmons, Mrs. George M., 29, 102

SLATER, 133, 139, 146, 154, 159, 171, 178

Slater, Brother J. G., 83

Slater, Henry, 16, 58, 60

Slater, Miss E.L., 110

Slater, Miss Lena, 90

Slater*, W. H., 45, 46

Slatter, James, 99

Sloosun, 85

SLOVER, 146, 159, 178

Slover*, Martin, 37

SMEDES, 133, 139, 146, 154, 159, 171, 179

Smedes, Elmer, 101

Smedes, Grace, 104

Smedes, James, 104, 105

Smedes, James C., 109, 113, 114

Smedes, R., 83

Smedes, Rufus, 45, 46, 82, 83, 99, 105, 107

Smith, J. Waldo, 59

Smith, Miss Dora, 113

Smith, Miss Doris, 115

SNOW, 133

SNYDER, 133, 140, 146, 154, 160, 172, 179

Snyder, Frank, 37, 47, 48, 58, 96

Snyder, Frank and Evelyn, 37

Snyder, M.W., 111

Snyder, Martin, 30, 106

Snyder, Mrs. Frank, 47, 96

Somer, Mrs. F.C., 113

Somers, Mrs., 93

Sommer, 110, 133, 140, 146, 154, 160, 172

Sommer, Mrs., 43, 48

Sommer, Mrs. F. C., 47, 96

Sommer, Rev., 44, 45

Sommer, Rev. F.C., 32, 43, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 106, 109, 110, 111, 113, 115, 116, 119

Sommers, Mr., 118

Sommers, Mrs, 90, 91

Sommers, Mrs. F. C., 94, 96

Sommers, Rev. F.C., 99, 100, 104, 115

South Wall Street, 38

Sparling, J., 85

Sparling, Jeremiah, 86

Sparling, Mrs., 111

Sparling, Mrs. J., 96

Sparling, Mrs. Jerry, 47, 96

St. John's church, 116, 118

St. John's Roman Catholic Church, c, 10

Staats, Rev. Bergen B., 30

Stamford, 98, 105

Stanbrough, Jennie, 109, 111

Stanbrough, Miss Jennie, 109

Stanbrough, Rev., 30

State Water Commission, 58, 59

Steenakill, 11, 16

Steenakill Road, 16

Steenberg, Mrs, I. Van, 96

Steuben County, 59

STEWART, 133, 160, 172, 179

Stewart*

Stewart Building, 20

Stewart, Charles, 22, 104, 118, 119

Stewart Estate*

Stewart, George, 27, 119

Stewart, George M., 108

Stewart, Grace, 110, 112

Stewart, Jasper, 98, 104

Stewart, Miss Grace, 110

Stewart, Mrs. G.W., 112

Stewart*, William F.

STONE WORKS, 146, 179

Stone, Inez, 20

STONEWORKS, 160, 173

Stoney Hollow, 102

Stony Hollow, 10

Stoutenberg, Mrs. Aaron, 96

Stoutenberg, Mrs. Bruce, 96

Stoutenbergh, A., 85

Stoutenbergh, Aaron, 85, 86, 87

Stoutenbergh, Mrs. Aaron, 96

STOUTENBURG, 179

Stoutenburg, Mrs. Bruce, 117

Stoutenburg, Mrs. Harriet, 101

Stoutenburg, Nash, 101

Stoutenburgh, Aaron, 87

Stoutenburgh, Aaron and Mary, 60

Stoutenburgh, Mrs. A., 95

Stoutenburgh*, Dereck

Stoutenburgh, Mrs. Harriet, 96

SUMMER HOUSE, 134

SUPREME COURT, 151

Suspension Bridge House, 103

Swasey, Edward, 111

Sylvester, 28, 45, 57

T

Tappert *, G.H. & E.A & C.E.R.

TAYLOR, 134, 140, 146, 154, 160, 173

Taylor*, Herbert B., 34, 117

Taylor, James, 45, 80

Taylor, Lawson L., 35, 110

Taylor, Mae B., 35

Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. William, 34

Taylor, Thomas, 114

Taylor, W.F., 103, 110, 111, 112, 113, 117

Taylor, William F., 48, 117

Taylor, Wm. F., 100, 108, 115, 119

TERWILLIGER, 173

The Ladies' Aid, 104

The Ladies' Banner Society, 101, 102, 107

The Maples, 39

The VanRensselaer Post, 106

Thompson*, Mary E.

Thomson, Ida, 112

Thomson, Thomas S., 112

Tiffany mansion, 24

Tobin, Margaret, 119

Tobin, Mary, 119

Tobin*, Michael

Tonnell, H.C., 107

TOOLE, 160

Toole, John, 101

Toole*, Michael

Toole, Miss Alice, 47, 96

Toole, Mrs. Wesley, 47, 90, 96

Toole*, Wesley E.

TOWN HALL, 134

Townsand, H. B., 81

TOWNSEND, 134

Townsend, Charles, 105, 114, 117, 119

Townsend, Hiram, 80

Townsend, Mrs. John, 112

Troy, 112

Tunneil, H.C., 103, 104

TUNNELL, 134

Tunnell, H.C., 98, 99, 108, 112

Tunnell, Mr. and Mrs. Harry C., 98, 100

Turner, Arthur, 115

Turner, Mrs, 93

Turner, Mrs. Arthur, 96

U

U. & D. Plank Road Company*

U. & D. stone works*, 108

Ulster Academy, 23, 48

Ulster and Delaware Blue Stone, 24, 103

Ulster and Delaware Railroad, a, c, 11, 22, 23, 57, 59, 100, 113

Ulster County, a, 23, 24, 28, 29, 57, 59, 106

Ulster Park, 105, 118

Ulster Savings Bank, 87

V

Vallett, Wm., 118

VALLEY, 140, 154, 160

Van Dale Road, 60

Van Doren, Rev. David K., 29

Van Etten, Crawford, 30

Van Steenberg, Mrs., 95

Van Steenberg, Mrs. I., 96

Van Steenbergh, Ward, 60

Van Steenbergh, C., 81

Van Steenbergh, Charles, 45, 85, 86, 87

Van Steenbergh, Edward, 45

Van Steenbergh, Hiram and Carrie, 60

Van Steenbergh, J, 83

Van Steenbergh, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram, 31

Van Steenbergh, Mrs. I., 47, 96

Van Steenbergh, P., 81

Van Steenbergh, Ward, 21, 42

Van Steenburgh, Mrs. I., 95, 96

Van Steenburgh, P.E., 99

Van Voorhes*, Wm. E.

Van Vores, B, 81

Van Vores, Benjamin, 81

Van Voris, B., 82, 83, 84

Van Wagenen, Dr., 105, 108

Van Wagenen, Dr. and Mrs. Harry P., 35

Van Wagenen's Drug Store, 53, 55

Van Wagenen*, Jeanette

Van Wagner, Dr., 105

Van Wagoner, Dr., 113

Vandenberg, Edward, 45

VanETTEN, 160

VanEtten, Crawford, 99

VanEtten, Miss Mabala, 99

VanGaasbeck, Chester, 111

VanGaasbeck, Mrs. Judson, 111

VanGAASBEEK, 134, 154

VanGaasbeek, B. L., 117

VanGaasbeek, Leslie, 105, 117

VanKleeck, Moses, 110

VanRensselaer Post, 106

VanStanbrough, Rev. Mr., 117

VanSteenbergh, Edward, 75, 76, 77, 78, 80, 81

VanSteenbergh, Isaac, 47, 82, 96

Vansteenbergh, Peater, 80, 81

VanSteenbergh, 75, 76, 77, 78

VanSteenburg, Edward, 113

VanSteenburg, Isaac, 99, 114

VanSTEENBURGH, 134, 146, 155, 160, 173, 179

VanSteenburgh, Charles, 100, 110, 116

VanSteenburgh, Herman, 116

VanSteenburgh, Hiram, 100, 113

VanSteenburgh, Isaac, 110, 116

VanSteenburgh, Mrs. Mary C., 112

Vansteenburgh, P.E., 99

VanWAGENEN, 135, 140, 160, 173

VanWagenen, Dr., 113, 117, 119

VanWagenen, Dr. Harry P., 107, 114

VanWagenen, Mrs. Dr., 115

VanWAGONEN, 146, 155

VanWagoner, Dr., 113

VanWanenen, Dr. Harry P., 106

VILLAGE, 146

VILLAGE IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY, 146, 155, 179

Voight*, Emil

Vosburg, Mr. and Mrs., 118

Vradenburgh, Byron, 116

Vradenburgh, Eugene, 117

W

W.C. DeWitt's Agency, 120

Wade, Dr., 98, 99, 105, 106

Wade, Dr. J.S., 105, 107

Wading River, L.I., 104, 105

Wagenen's, Dr. Harry P. Van, Drug Store, 20, 58

Wallkill, 38, 105, 106, 115

Warren, David, 79

Washington Monument, 24

Washington, D. C.,, 24

WATERS, 147, 160, 174

Waters, Charles, 29, 30, 103, 120

Waters, Mrs. C.W., 112

Waters, Mrs. Grove, 101

WATERWORKS, 161, 179

WEED, 135, 155, 174

Weed, George, 30

Weed, George W., c, 14, 20, 27, 29, 30, 45, 53, 58, 59, 88, 118

Weed, Miss Viola, 103, 104

Weed's saw mill, c, 58

WENTWORTH, 135, 140, 147

Wentworth, Miss Anna, 96

West Hurley, a, b, c, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 20, 22, 23, 29, 33, 37, 45, 51, 53, 57, 58, 60, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 87, 88, 90, 91, 92, 96, 97, 100, 102, 103, 104, 107, 112, 115, 119

West Hurley Fire Department, a

West Hurley Hotel, 8, 16, 18, 51, 104, 179

West Shore Railroad, 7

WHEATON, 135

Whitaker, D., 78, 79, 80, 81

Whitney, Rev. Mr., 113

Wilbur, 7, 9, 13, 15, 24

WILLIAMS, 174, 179

Williams, Alice, 96

Williams, Matthew, 85, 86, 87, 88, 96

Williams, Miss Alice, 96

Williams, Miss Ella E., 115

Williams, Mrs., 91

Williams, Mrs., Matthew, 90

Williams, Mrs., 93, 108

Williams, Mrs. Orin, 96

Wiltsie, Allie, 112

Wiltsie, Mrs., 112

Wiltwyck cemetery, 101, 107

Winchell, A., 103

Winne, John, 120

Winston and Company, 59

WOLVEN, 135, 140, 155, 161, 174, 179

Wolven, Celia, 41

Wolven, Ervin, 22

Wolven*, Iras

Wolven, Iris, 117

Wolven, Jeremiah, 28, 116, 117

Wolven, Julia, 91, 93, 94

Wolven, Mary, 22, 47, 60, 96

Wolven, Miss Julia, 91, 94, 96

Wolven, Mrs. Charles, 96

 Wolven, Mrs. Mary, 47, 96

Wolven, Nehemiah, 117

WOOD, 136, 147, 155, 161, 174

Wood, Mrs. Alice, 109

Wood, Mrs. E.W., 107

Wood, Mrs. L.E., 108, 111

Woodstock, 7, 8, 9, 20, 21, 22, 29, 45, 60, 75, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 106, 107, 109, 110, 112, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119

Woodstock Reformed Church, 20

Woody-Leslie Concert and Convention Co, 107

Wright, Rev. Daniel F., 75

Wright, Rev. Danl F., 75

Y

YOUNG, 136, 140, 147, 161, 174, 179

Young, Bro. Wm., 79

Young*, David

Young*, Hennie

Young, Jesse, 118

Young*, Jessie, 47, 93, 95, 96, 98

Young*, Martha J.

Young, Miss Jessie, 47, 94, 96

Young, Mrs, 92, 95

Young, Mrs. J., 95

Young, Mrs. M. J., 47, 96

Young, Mrs. Mary C., 118

Young, Mrs. Mary E., 98

Young*, William, 77, 80

Young, Wm, 79, 81

Youngs, Jenny, 104

Youngs, Willy, 104

Z

Zena, 11, 22, 60

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