1880 Census

November 8th, 2007

The 1880 Federal Census Record at Watsontown, PA was taken on June 1-17, 1880 by F.A. Reen.

Joseph Albright, 44 was a plasterer and lived with his wife Mary A., 39 and their four sons: David L., 21, working in Planing Mill; John S., 18, a laborer; Elmer C., 18, a laborer; and William M., 13, at school.

Francis H. Algert, 34 was a ticket agent for the railroad and lived with his wife Mary L. Algert, 31 who was born in New York and their daughter Mable S.C. Algert, 1. Also living with the family was Francis’ mother Juliann, 62.

Robert J. Algert, 39 was a carpenter and lived with his wife Susan, 37 and their daughter Emma L., 17.

Henry Artman, 35 was a shoemaker and lived with his wife Emma, 30 and their children: Essie (daughter), 10; Sallie, 8; Lydia, 6; and L. Boyd, 1.

Hannah Bailor, 40 was a tailoress and lived with her sister Mary Bailor, 48; and her nephew Charles Bailor who worked at the Planing Mill.

John J. Bair, 49 was a barber and lived with his wife Mary A., 38 and their children: Joseph, 8; and Minnie, 3. Also living with the family were John’s step-son Simon B. Combs, 18 and a barber; and C. Frank Miller, 25 a barber as well and was born in Maryland. They were all mulattos.

Philip Baker, 29 was a carpenter and lived with his wife Elizabeth, 24 and their two children: William , 3; and Girtie May, 1.

Samuel Baker, 36 was a traveling salesman and lived with his wife Emma, 27 and their son Ephram, 5.

William L. Baker, 37 was the constable and lived with his wife Hannah J., 36 and their children: Mary E., 16; Charles, L., 14; William L., 11; and Myrtle R., 9.

William Banghart, 49 was a teacher and lived with his wife Caroline, 44 and their children: Sallie, 17, a seamstress; John, 16, working at the Match Factory; Arthur, 13; and Harry, 10.

Margaret A. Barr, 59 was keeping house and lived with her sister Mary E. Barr, 45.

Oliver P. Barr, 37 worked in the Shoe Factory and lived with his wife Sarah C., 27 and their son David F., 2.

Thomas Barr, 64 was a retired Justice of the Peace and lived with his wife Hannah, 44 and their children: James H. 23, working on railroad; Maggie, 21, a teacher; and Kate, 19, at home. The family had two borders Samuel I. Price, 21 who worked as a telegraph operator and Della M. Price, 20. Samuel was born in Maryland (his father was born in Pennsylvania and his mother was born in Virginia). Della was born in New York (her father was born in Pennsylvania and mother was born in New York).

William P. Barr, 27 was a teamster and lived with his wife Maggie Barr, 20.

Joseph C. Barrett, 65 was a carpet weaver and lived with his wife Annie, 65 and their granddaughter, Phebe Berrer, 11.

Erastus D. Barto, 32 was a shoemaker and lived with his wife Catharine, 31 and their children: Minnie V., 8; Harris, 7; William, 4; and Bertha, 1.

Silas Bauchman, 63 was justice of the peace (his father was born in Germany) and lived with his wife Hannah Bauchman, 59. Jacob Brown, 29 a hostler also lived with the family.

Reuben Beaver, 58 was a retail grocer and lived with his wife Elizabeth, 55 and their son Samuel, 21, a clerk in Grocery.

William Bedford, 37 was a machinist and lived with his wife Emma, 31 born in New York and their two children: Arthur, 10 who was born in Michigan; and Floretta, 2 who was born in Pennsylvania.

Orlando F. Benson, 38 was a railroad engineer and lived with his wife Lafrance De., 31 and their children Frederick A., 12; George W., 11 and Mary B., 8. Mary I. Handly, 16, was a servant living with the family.

Joshua Billman, 40 was a laborer and lived with his wife, Ida, 26 and their two daughters: Angielena, 2; and Ettie born in January 1880. Joshua’s parents also lived with them: David, 75 and Mary, 78. David had been a hotel keeper but was retired.

Charles Bly, 32 was a laborer and lived with his wife Sadie E. Bly, 24 and their daughter Mary B. Bly, 2.

John Bly, Sen., 65 was a farmer and lived with his wife Lydia, 66.

Joseph Bly, 44 was a machinist and lived with his wife Lydia Bly, 43.

Manoah Bly, 37 was a laborer and lived with his wife Susan, 29 and their two daughters: Hattie, 7; and Gertrude, 5.

Phineas M. Bly, 30 was a ferryman and lived with his wife Catharine, 22 and their son Morris Lee who was born in September 1879.

Michael Boland, 50 worked on railroad and lived with his wife Margaret, 28 and their children: Winnie, 11; Daniel, 8; Margaret, 5; Mary A., 2; and John who was born in September 1879. Michael and Margaret were both born in Ireland.

Aaron C. Bond, 40 was a farmer (his father was born in Virginia and his mother was born in New Jersey) and lived with his wife Mary Bond, 29 and their son Ellis Bond, 2. Benjamine Tropp, 52 a laborer whose father was born in Germany also lived with the family.

Jacob Bower, 38 was a baker and lived with his wife Elizabeth Baker, 41 and the following children: William F. Bower, 10; Fannie H. Bower, 9; Edward Bower, 7; Mary E. Bower, 6; Ella M. Bower, 5; and Annie Bower, 3. In addition to the family there were two other gentleman that lived with the family: Charles Mattis, 37 who was a candy maker; and Harry F. Elwell, 23 who was a baker.

John Bower, 25 was a banker and lived with his wife Ada L. Bower, 22.

Cyrus Bowers, 48 worked in Planing Mill and lived with his wife Emma Bower, 32 and their children: Minnie C. Bower, 11; Mary E. Bower, 8; William A. Bower, 5; and Jennie H. Bower who was born in May 1880.. Also living with the family was Emma’s father Levi Lynn, 67 who was a farmer.

David L. Boyd, 37 worked in Tannery born in Canada and lived with his wife Emoretta, 35 born in New York and their children: Fanny, 14; and William, 10.

Ananias Bristol, 56 was a basket maker and lived with his wife Henrietta, 36.

Daniel Brobst, 46 worked in Saw Mill and lived with his wife Sarah M., 39 and their daughter Jennie M., 13.

George A. Brown, 37 was a currier and lived with his wife Mary E., 42.

Robert Buck, 53 was a railroad supervisor (his father was born in Delaware and his mother was born in Ireland) and lived with his wife Elizabeth A., 38 and their children Mary H., 20, a teacher; Jennie, 13; and Robert M. 1. John A. Seiler, 13 a nephew also lived with the family.

Nathaniel Burkhart, 45 was a sawyer and lived with his wife Sirvillia, 39 and their children: George, 17, working in Planing Mill; Joseph, 13; and Alberda (daughter), 10. Also living with them was a daughter, Mary Obrian, 21.

George Burns, 66 worked in the Table Factory and lived with his wife Ann Burns, 48. They had a servant by the name Emma Rastatter, 13.

Isaac H. Buss, 39 was a laborer and lived with his wife Ellen R., 42 and their children Mary, 13; Dora M., 8; William N., 6; and Nancy, 1.

Andrew J. Butler, 37 was a fireman on the railroad and lived with his wife Emma J., 28 and their son William D., 8.

Miner Cady, 43 was a sawyer born in New York and lived with his wife Susan, 40 and their children: Edward L., 13; Wilbert G., 12; George E., 10; William S., 8; Milton L., 6; and Nancy M., 4.

Samuel Caldwell, 62 was a farmer and lived with his seven daughters:, Margaret, 30; Martha, 28; Mary, 26; Kate, 24; Rhoda, 21, works as a clerk in a store; Ida, 17; and Fanney, 13.

Thomas Caldwell, 35 was a retired merchant and lived with his wife Maggie, 30.

James Campbell, 77 was a laborer and lived with his wife Elizabeth, 76 (her parents were both born in Ireland).

Mary Campbell, 72 was keeping house. Both her parents were born in Ireland.

James Cetelmoyer, 42 was a stone mason and lived with his wife Catharine and their children: Thomas, 19, working at Planing Mill; James, 17, working at Match Factory; Emma, 11; William, 6; and John, 2. James’ mother-in-law and sister-in-law lived with the family as well. Mary Lesher, 60 and Emma Lesher, 20, a seamstress.

James Christie, 59 was a sawyer born in Ireland and lived with his wife Julia, 60 and his niece Margaret Hutchison, 14.

Mary Christman, 55 was keeping a bording house and lived with her daughter Ella Christman, 19; her son Henry Reader, 28 who was a cattle dealer; her daughter-in-law Sallie Reader, 45. and Samuel Heller, 22 who was a border and telegraph student.

Wilson W. Clayton, 38 was a book keeper and lived with Margaret Clayton, 36 and their children: Anna M. Clayton, 14; Francis D. Clayton, 12; David W. Clayton, 10; Herman Clayton, 7; Bessie E. Clayton, 5; Nellie D. Clayton, 3; and Laura M. Clayton, 1.

David Cline, 38 was an engineer and lived with his wife Mary A., 45 who was born in Ireland and a servant Sarah Falls, 20.

John R. Cooner, 34 was chief burgess and lived with his wife Ellen, 33.

William Cooner, 61 was living with his wife Elizabeth Cooner, 57 and the following children: Alfred Cooner, 24 who was tending bar; Edward Cooner, 22 who was a border; Laura Cooner, 19 who was a dress maker; Mary Cooner, 17; Horatio Cooner, 15; Jennie Cooner, 11; and a servant Annie Brush, 17.

William S. Cooner, 30 was keeping a hotel and lived with his wife Lizzie, 23 and two borders: David W. Watson, 40 who was a clerk in a store; and George Mossey, 40 who was keeping a livery.

Benjamine H. Crever, 63 was a minister and lived with his wife Susan C., 66. Susan was born in Vermont and her parents were both born in New Hampshire.

John Crock, 37 was a shoemaker and lived with his wife Emma, 37 and four daughters: Mary C., 9; Ida M., 7; Flora E., 5; and Minnie A., 2.

Jacob S. Crossley, 45 was a laborer and lived with his wife Margaret J., 38 and their children: Mary E., 12; Annie H., 7; and Samuel M. who was born December 1879.

William Crownner, 25 was a carpenter and lived with his wife Catharine, 21 and their two children: William L., 5; and Bessie M., 2.

James Cummings, 38 was a carpenter and lived with his wife Rebecca, 33 and their children: Jennie, 12; Joseph P., 10; Samuel R., 8; and Alverda, 6.

John Daugherty, 45 was a telegraph operator and had pneumonia in 1880 and lived with his wife Lucia, 43 and their daughter May, 17, who was teaching school.

Leslie Daugherty, 23 was a telegraph operator and lived with his wife Mary Daugherty, 22 and their daughter Pearl Daugherty who was born in March 1880.

Samuel Daugherty, 73 was a laborer and lived with his wife Elizabeth, 61.

Samuel Dearmond, 69 was a retired farmer and lived with his wife Rebecca, 68 and their two sons: Thomas D., 29, a cattle dealer; and Samuel E., 24, at home.

William Dentler, 42 was a farmer and lived with his wife Clara Dentler, 28.

Alfred Diehl, 40 was a carpenter and lived with his wife Margaret A., 36 and their children: Annie L., 15; John Ward, 12; Charles J., 10; and Daisie born in April 1880.

Josiah Diehl, 43 was a laborer and lived with his wife Catharine, 38 and their children: Charles S., 10; Sarah R., 7; Augustus J., 5; Adam S., 2.

William H. Diehl, 46 was a laborer and lived with his wife Harriet, 36.

John Divers, 44 was a laborer and lived with his wife Emma, 40 and their children: Sally, 24; George, 21, working at Tannery; Catharine, 10; Edward, 8; Jennetta, 6; Annie, 4; and Bessie, 2.

Ellis Doctor, 42 was a painter and lived with his wife Charlotte, 45 and their children: James, 18, working at Table Factory; Hunter, 11; Lucie, born in June1879.

Miranda Donachy, 43 was a confectioner and she lived with her children: Samuel Donachy, 19 who was a sawyer; Malissa Donachy, 15; Irwin Donachy, 12; and Mina Donachy, 10.

Susan Donat, 69 was keeping house.

Harriet Douty, 38 worked at Shoe Factory.

Mary E. Dunkle, 37 was a hair dresser and lived with her children: John, 16, a laborer; Ida M., 13; Rachel J., 11; and Edwin C., 4. Mary’s sister, Clara Frederick, 21 was a teacher and lived with the family.

Joseph Durham, 61 was a retired farmer and lived with his wife Margaret L., 59 and their children: Sarah E., 36; and Edward Jos., 21, a retail grocer.

Michael Dutt, 52 was a black smith and lived with his wife Sarah, 44 and their children Edna, 18; Nelson B., 16; and Charles E., 6.

Oliver Eilert, 46 was a plasterer and lived with his wife Amanda L., 45, and their children: Annie E., 21; Charles F., 19, a clerk in the saw mill office; and Nellie M., 11.

David A. Engle, 31 was an insurance agent and lived with is wife Mary C., 35 and their daughter Jennie M., 1.

Enoch Everitt, 50 was a retired merchant and lived with his wife Catharine Everitt, 57 and their three children: Lorenzo Everitt, 23 who was a law student; Aggie Everitt, 12; and Sarah Everitt, 10.

Enos Everitt, 51 was keeping a furniture store and lived with his wife Mary C. Everitt, 50 and their children Annie Everitt, 22; Alice M. Everitt, 20; Lillie M. Everitt, 15; Grace Everitt, 12; Forest Everitt, 5; and Bessie Everitt, 1.

Peter Faust, 34 was a merchant and lived with his wife Mary E., 29. Peter’s mother-in-law Mary A. Barnfield, 57 (her father was born in Ireland and
her mother was born in New Jersey) lived with them along with her two sons: Edward M. 22, a saddler; and John H., 15, clerk in store. There was a servant with the last name Bender and she was 17 years old.

Michael Ficks, 46 worked in Planing Mill and lived with his wife Lucy, 41 and their children: Mary E., 23, hairdresser; Minnie, 15; Elmer, 13; Melvin, 11; Cora, 5; and Ettie who was born in March 1880.

Henry C. Fisher, 29 worked in Planing Mill and lived with his wife Jennie, 22 and their daughter, Mary E. who was born in February 1880.

Martha Fisher, 36 was keeping house and lived with her two children: Cloyd, 15, working at the Match Factory and Minnie, 13.

Rebecca Fisher, 50 was keeping house and lived with her children Joseph, 25, working at the Planing Mill; Albert, 18 working at the Match Factory; and Samuel, 15, at home.

William A. Fisher, 48 was keeping a saloon and lived with his wife Cristiann, 48 and their son, Edward D., 11. William’s nephews: William W. Fisher, 20, a telegraph operator; and Franklin, 14, at school, also lived with the family along with Mary Heim, 21, a servant.

John Fogelman, 30 was a shoemaker and lived with his wife Malinda, 35 and their daughter Annie, 10.

Elizabeth Follmer, 43 was keeping house and lived with her two children: Mary, 20; and Sherman, 18. Sallie Wagner, 39 was a school teacher and borded with the family.

Jacob M. Follmer, 55 was an agent for a lumber company and lived with his wife Susan, 49 and their children: Emma, 28; William H., 20; Rolland B., 16; and John H. 11.

Joseph Follmer, 54 worked in the Planing Mill and lived with his wife Kate F. Follmer, 48 and their son Ario P. Follmer, 12.

Edward W. Fosnot, 38 was a printer and lived with his wife Sarah J., 32.

Lewis Fosnot, 32 was an editor and lived with his wife Bell Fosnot, 29.

Charles Foust, 28 was a laborer and lived with his wife Sarah J., 29 and their three daughters: Maud M., 9; Lizzie L., 3; and Edith E. who was born in January 1880.

Oscar Foust, 34 was a lawyer and lived with his wife Lizzie A., 35 and their two children: John F., 13; and Clara W., 5. Hattie C. Henchendorm was governess to the children.

Samuel G. Frey, 44 was a county surveyor and lived with is wife Deborah, 42 and their children: Sadie C., 22, a music teacher; Emma J., 21; and May E.L., 17, a clerk in store.

Nicholas Gauger, 50 was a carpenter and lived with his wife Sarah Gauger, 45 and their children: Harry Gauger, 19; Kate Gauger, 21; Bertie Gauger, 14; Edward Gauger, 11; and Mary M. Gauger, 7.

Abram T. Goodman, 63 was a laborer and lived with his wife Hattie, 46 and their children: Ridgeway, 23, working in Planing Mill; Annie, 21; Ella, 18; Ario, 13; and William S., 8. Also living with the family was Abram’s son-in-law and daughter Malindel A. Lawrence, 35 and Lizzie Lawrence, 28. Malindel was born in Vermont (his mother was born in Massachusetts) and was an assistant foreman at the shoe factory.

Joseph Gould, 42 was a carpenter and lived with his wife Elizabeth, 35 and their children: Jennie H., 14; William H., 12; Minnie M., 9; Clara M., 2; and Lizzie born in September 1879.

Benjamin F. Grier, 64 was a blacksmith and lived with his wife Caroline Grier, 38 and their son David, 19 who worked in the Planing Mill.

Jeremiah Grier, 23 was a printer and lived with his wife Alice Grier, 25 and their son Charles Grier who was born in September 1879.

Alexander Guffy, 68 was a laborer and lived with his wife Margery, 70.

Andrew J. Guffy, 57 was an attorney at law an and lived with his wife Mary M., 55 and their daughter Lizzie C., 24.

James Guffy, 54 was a retired farmer and lived with his wife Elizabeth, 52 and his nephew Thomas Guffy, 10.

Harry Hagenbuch, 45 was a photographer and lived with his sister Emma Hagenbuch, 26.

Fanny Hamm, 70 was keeping house and lived with her brother Samuel T. Piatt, 58, a gentleman; and her brother-in-law, Robert H. McCormick, 57, a drygoods merchant; and the following nephews and nieces: Hannah M. McCormick, 31, an invalid with nervous condition; James H., 25, a druggist; and Frances J.H., 18. Fanny and Samuel’s father was born in New Jersey.

William Handley, 51 was a carpenter and lived with his wife Sarah A., 49 and their children: John F., 23, a carpenter; William O., 20, a carpenter; Emma C., 14; Harrison R., 11.

Lewis Hample, 45 was a blacksmith born in Germany and lived with his wife Sophia Hample, 39 (both her parents were born in Germany) and their children: John Hample, 19 who was a blacksmith; William Hample, 18 who was a laborer; Franklin Hample, 17 who was a laborer; Martin Hample, 15; Annie M. Hample, 13; Harry Hample, 12; George Hample, 7; Charles Hample, 7; Girtie Hample, 6; Lewis Hample, 2; and Oscar Hample who was born in July 1879.

Henry Hartman, 27 was a butcher and lived with his wife Amanda, 26 and their children: Minnie, 7; William, 5; Harry B., 3; and Elizabeth, 1.

Charles Heilman, 48 was a retired farmer and lived with his wife Susan, 42 and their children: Sadie, 19; Emma, 17; and Clemintine, 13.

Solomon Hering, 35 worked in Shoe Factory and lived with his wife Mary, 24 and their three sons: Frank, 6; Harry, 2; and Clarence who was born in March 1880.

George W. Hess, 48 was a printer and lived with his wife Savilla, 40 and their daughter Ida E., 20 and his step-son Edgar D. Dietrick, 14.

Aaron Hilliard, 49 was a laborer and lived with his wife Caroline, 40 and their children: Emma, 22; John L., 20 working at Bill Mill; Edward, 18, working at
Planing Mill; Mary E., 12; Henry F., 9; George D., 7; and Carrie, 2.

Albert L. Hilliard, 24 worked at the Planing Mill and lived with his wife Florence M., 29 and their daughter Edith E., 6.

Enos Hilliard, 53 worked in the Planing Mill and lived with his wife Annie, 53 and the following children: Lizzie M., 30; Simon B., 23, working in Planing Mill; Oliver H., 20, working in Planing Mill; Emanuel P., 17 working in Planing Mill; and Nora E., 11.

Charles Hinton, 26 was a laborer born in Virginia and lived with his wife Nellie, 22 and their daughter Martha, 1.

Ella M. Hirsler, 30 was keeping house and lived with her brother Clifford L. Delate, 19. Their parents were born in Maine.

Daniel Hogue, 36 was a merchant and lived with his wife Rebecca, 38 and their two sons: Charles J., 9; and Frank S., 7. Daniel’s brother Herbert J., 19 lived with them as well and was a clerk in the store. Their house keeper was a cousin, Sadie Stevenson, 38.

Joseph Hollopeter, 57 worked at Table Factory and lived with his wife Susan, 60 and their grandson: Joseph, 7. Mary Kline, 30 was a servant living with the family.

Martha Houseknecht, 42 was keeping house and lived with her three children: Hettie Houseknecht, 18; Lizzie C. Houseknecht, 15; and Luther Houseknecht, 11.

Joseph Housel, 40 was a dentist and lived with his wife Rebecca Housel, 34 and their two children: Edgar Housel, 14; and Mary B. Housel, 12.

Eliza J. Huff, 25 was a seamstress and lived with her daughter Penora Huff, 1.

Joseph Huff, 46 worked on railroad and lived with his wife Emma R., 36 and their children: Martin H., 13, working at brick yard; Rosswell, 11; Lillie M., 9; Sarah C., 7; and Emma G., 3.

Eleanor Hughes, 50 was keeping a bording house and lived with her two sisters: Angie Hughes, 42; and Emma H. Hughes, 40. Also two borders lived with the family: John F. McClure, 30 who was a physician and his wife Jennie McClure, 25 who was born in New York.

John W. Hughn, 48 was a laborer and lived with his wife Emma L., 39 and their children: John J., 20, working on the railroad; Mary E., 15; Ambroze A., 9; Maynard F., 7; and an infant daughter born in April, 1880.

David Hunter, 77 was a retired physician whose father was born in Ireland and lived with his niece Sallie Hunter, 35; a grand niece Maud Hunter, 18; and a grand nephew William Hunter, 15.

Joseph H. Hunter, 53 was a physician born in Ireland and lived with his wife Martha A. Hunter, 53 whose parents were both born in Ireland and their son Samuel W. Hunter, 17; and Joseph’s sister Mattie M. Hunter, 28 who was also born in Ireland.

Joel Hursh, 61 was a painter and lived with his wife Ellen, 48 and their two children: Albert, 24, a painter; and Sarah E., 10.

Joseph N. Irvin, 55 was a plasterer and lived with his wife Marian V., 39 and their children: Lulu A., 11; Amy L., 7; George J., 3; and Maud H., born October 1879.

Ira P. Irwin, 54 was a clerk in a store and lived with his wife Ann M., 48 and their two daughters: Ella, 25 and Hannah, 23.

Austin Jackson, 24 was a jeweler and lived with his wife Sallie Jackson, 24.

Mary Joe, 40 was keeping house and lived with her children: Lemuel, 24, a laborer; John, 20, a laborer; Richard, 14; and Mary, 11. Her sister Margaret Cole, 30 lived with her and her son John Cole, 3. Margaret worked at the laundry.

Daniel W. Johnson, 45 was a carpenter and lived with his wife Clara, 43 and their children: Charles B., 20; Clarence, 17, was an engineer; and Nellie G., 4. Joseph Groves, 20 worked at the Planing Mill and was a border in their home.

James W. Johnson, 45 worked on the railroad and lived with his wife Charlotte Y., 43.

Robert Johnson, 43 worked in the Planing Mill and lived with his wife Mary A. Johnson, 40 and their children: William R. Johnson, 14; Edward Johnson, 12; Grace E. Johnson, 9; Elmer Johnson, 1; and Alice Johnson who was born in September 1879.

Theodore W. Johnson, 50 was a cigar maker and lived with his wife Maggie E., 36 and their children: George, 24, a cigar maker; Blanch, 21; Harry S., 15; Sadie, 5; and Thomas M., 3.

Morris Ketler, 23 worked in Box Factory and lived with his wife Sallie, 17.

Erastus Ketner, 48 was a laborer and lived with his wife Sarah, 44 and their two children Clara, 22, a dress maker; and Edward, 14.

George Kieffer, 35 was a tanner and lived with his wife Josephine Kieffer, 33 and their children: Rosie Kieffer, 14; Amelia Kieffer, 13; Lillie Kieffer, 11; and George W. Kieffer, 6.

David King, 31 worked at Shoe Factory and lived with his wife Emma, 27 and their daughter Marion M., 3.

John M. Kirk, 63 was a retired farmer and lived with his wife Catharine Kirk, 56 and their daughter Ettie L. Kirk, 15 who was born in New York.

Elisha Kisner, 38 worker at Planing Mill and lived with his wife Hannah M., 37 and their children: Ida, 13; Ellen, 10; and Cora, 8.

Thomas Kisner, 40 was a foreman at the Planing Mill and lived with his wife Sarah E., 37 and their children: Flora I., 15; Dora Emma, 13; Ambrose P., 9; Sherman S., 7; Lewis W., 5; and Loreda M., born in June 1880.

Aaron Kline, 41 worked in the Match Factory and lived with his wife Louisa E., 40 and their son Williard I., 12 who was born in Michigan.

Elizabeth Kline, 64 was keeping house.

John Kline, 28 worked in Tannery and lived with his mother Lydia, 70 and sister Emma, 25.

Frederick H. Knight, 42 was a tin smith and lived with his wife Annie Knight, 36 and their son Harry Knight, 12. Peter Seibert, 40 a border with the family was also a tinware salesman.

Lewis Koch, 50 worked in Planing Mill and lived with his wife Mary A., 48 and their children: Annie, 27; John, 19, working in Match Factory; Charles, 16, working in Match Factory; George, 13, working in Tannery; Lizzie, 11 and William, 7.

Benjamine Koonse, 64 was a tailor and lived with his wife Susanna, 40 and their children Harley, 19, working in the Match Factory; Alfred, 18, working in the Match Factory; Benjamine F., 15, working in the Tannery; Franklin, 12; and Ambrose, 10.

Sylvester Koonse, 28 was a laborer and lived with his wife Elizabeth, 27 and their daughter Annie, 7.

Charles Kramer, 39 was a carpenter and lived with his wife Sarah A., 34 and their daughter Annie M., 6.

Edwin J. Kramer, 25 was working in Planing Mill and lived with his wife Ella C., 24 and their children: Jennie Bell, 5; Emma L. 2; and Oliver Lee, 1 and their nephew Clarence, 11 also lived with them.

Jacob Kramer, 53 was keeping a hotel and lived with his wife Julia A., 50 and their three children: Isaac A., 25, a bartender; Daniel, 20, at home; and Jane, 7. The following were boarders: Hammond McKee, Jr., 51, a farmer; and James Muffley, 35, a lumberman. There were three servants: Teressa Kint, 21; Mary Ossman, 30 and Sallie Ossman, 11.

John A. Kramer, 29 was a carpenter and lived with his wife Mary E., 28 and their two daughters: Mary E., 8; and Hadassh G., 5.

Jonathan Kramer, 69 was a carpenter and lived with his son Washington, 22 who worked in the Planing Mill and his daughter Sara Woomer, 42 and his two grandchildren: Elizabeth Woomer, 15 and Erly Woomer, 13.

Joseph Kramer, 63 was a shoe merchant and lived with his wife Hannah, 63 and their two daughters: Annie Kramer, 30; and Melvina L. Kramer, 28 who was a tailoress.

Emaline Krisher, 38 was keeping house and lived with her children: Ada Krisher, 14; Oliver P. Krisher, 11; Harry C. Krisher, 10; William Krisher, 6; and Raymond Krisher, 2.

William H. Laform, 51 was a laborer and lived with his wife Ellen, 49 and their children: Adda, 21; Thomas, 17, working in the Match Factory; Franklin R., 13, working in March Factory; and their daughter Winford, 11.

Susan Laird, 37 was a milliner.

Ambrose Lamm, 36 was the Justice of the Peace and lived with his wife Emma E. 31 (she was born in Missouri as was her mother. Her father was born in Pennsylvania) and their children: Charles E., 10; Isabel F., 8; Carroll, 7; Caroline P., 5; George, 1. Ambrose’s sister Elizabeth B., 30 also lived with the family.

Lewis Lange, 45 was a currier born in Germany and lived with his wife Matilda and their children: Fredericka, 19; Annie L., 15; Lewis, 14; John, 12; Susan, 8; Edward, 7; James, 5; and Clara H., 2.

Otis S. Lawrence, 59 was a foreman at the shoe factory and lived with his wife Harriet M., 58. Otis was born in Vermont (his parents were born in
Massachusetts). Harried was born in Massachusetts.

Phineas Leiser, 36 was a druggist and lived with his wife Henrietta Leiser, 29; Nellie Leiser, 5; Lee S. Leiser, 3; and Edna Leiser who was born in July 1880. Also living with the family were Phineas’ mother Dinah Leiser, 63; brother Oliver Leiser, 30 who was also a druggist; and his nephew Jay Leiser, 7. In addition there was a servant Ela Brintzenhoff, 17 living with the family.

William H. Lesher, 29 worked on railroad and lived with his wife Sarah J., 23 and their son: Oliver F., 3.

Henry J. Lindley, 30 was a currier and lived with his wife Ellen, 26 and their daughter Sarah, 1.

Augustus Lippincott, 55 was a farmer born in New Jersey and lived with his wife Mary W., 50. Mary’s mother was born in Connecticut.

Charles Lloyd, 23 worked in shoe factory and lived with his wife Ettie H., 21 and their children: James, 3; and Girtrude, 7; and grandmother Mary Straub, 66.

Colan Logan, 34 worked at the Saw Mill born in Maine and lived with his wife Mary J., 28 and their daughter Susan M., 7.

William Longenberger, 47 worked in oar mind? and lived with wife Elizabeth E., 46 and their children: Malinda A., 27; Oscar L., 25, clerk in store; Charles, 19, working in Tannery; and Henry Mc., 17, working in Tannery.

John C. Louder, 28 was a laborer and lived with his wife Sallie J., 26 and their children: Margaret, 6; David F., 4; and Jay D., 2.

Joseph Louder, 58 was a black smith and lived with his wife Margaret, 60 and their children: William, 24, at home; George H., 21, a laborer; and Elmer E., 16, at home.

Andrew Lowery, 59 was a farmer and lived with his sisters Jane, 39; and Mary E., 37; and his two nephews Joseph C., 14 and Samuel A., 14.

George A. Lupher, 38 was a laborer working on the railroad and lived with his wife Susannah, 32 and their children: Joseph E., 11; Lydia L., 10; and Annie M., 8.

Franklin Lymling, 50 was a currier born in Sweden and lived with his wife Alberteena, 34, born in Sweden and their daughter Sicelia, 14 who was also born in Sweden.

Elias Lynn, 38 was a laborer and lived with his wife Esther J., 29.

Elizabeth Lynn, 79 was keeping house and lived with her daughter Susan, 46.

Jacob Major, 40 was a teacher and lived with his wife Lucinda J. Major, 35 and their daughter Louly Major, 10; and William Major, 6. James Elliott, 20 was a border with the family and was a teacher.

William Marsh, 28 was a physician and lived with his wife Emma Marsh, 30.

Daniel Marshal, 30 was a farmer and lived with his wife Mary Marshal, 18 and their son William Marshal, 2.

John McCoy, 44 worked at Table Factory and lived with his wife, 29 and their children: Nellie, 7; Annie, 6; and Alma J., 4. John’s brother, William, 40, a laborer, lived with them as did their niece, Matilda Burris, 19 who was a dress maker.

John McFarland, 28 was a grain merchant and lived with his wife Ada McFarland, 25 and their servant Kate Ritter, 14.

William T. McKean, 34 was a tanner and lived with his wife Edith, 25. Edith’s father was born in Vermont.

Charles B. McKean, 29 was a tanner and lived with his wife Ranie, 24 and their two sons: Thomas D., 2; and Mark, who was born in July 1880. Charles’ sister, Juliet, 24 also lived with them.

Robert McKee, 47 was a farmer and lived with his wife Martha A., 42 and their two daughters: Sue E., 19; and Mary C., 15.

Robert C. McKee, 38 was a farmer and lived with his wife Mary, 35 and their children: John N., 9; and Carrie, 7. Agnes Divers, 12 was a servant living with the family.

Sadie McKee, 35 was keeping house.

Charles B. McLain, 26 was a foreman in the Table Factory and lived with his wife Louise, 21 and their daughter, Bertha A., 3. His brother Delvert E. McLain, 20 also lived with the family and worked at the Table Factory.

Esron McLain, 25 was working in the Table Factory and lived with his wife Emma R., 22.

James McLain, 35 worked in the Table Factory and lived with his wife Hattie, 30 and their children: Samuel J., 9; Elizabeth, 6; Teresa, 4; Harry, 3; and Charles, 1. James’ sister Maggie, 14 lived with them.

James McMahan, 60 was a druggist and lived with his wife Julia A., 57 and their daughter Clara M., 31.

Mary J. McMahan, 34 was a milliner and lived with her sister Maggie, 32, also a milliner.

William McNinch, 28 was working in the Tannery and lived with his wife Ida, 21 and their two children: Clayton H., 2; and Eva May, 1.

Henry McNulty, 45 was an engineer on the railroad (his parents were both born in Ireland) and lived with his wife Elizabeth McNulty, 42 and Harry Rastatter, 3 who was a border and his father was born in Germany.

William C. McPeck, 28 was a cabinet maker and lived with his wife Jennie B. McPeck and their children: Edwin McPeck, 6; Forrest McPeck, 3; and Mary E. McPeck, 1. Also living with the family was William’s sister-in-law Lizzie Galloway, 29 who was a tailoress. William, Jennie and Lizzie were all born in New Jersey.

Jacob H. McQuay, 44 worked on railroad and lived with his wife Mary D., 44 and their two daughters: Ardel, 14; and Elizabeth, 11. Jacob’s mother Caroline, 72 also lived with the family and an adopted son Clarence Montgomery, 5.

William McVicker, 60 was a retired farmer and lived with his wife Mary McVicker, 57 and their son Samuel C. McVicker, 37; their daughter Lizzie Schooly, 32 who was a milliner; and their grand daughter Winifred Schooly, 4.

Margaret J. Meck, 47 was keeping house and lived with her children: Warren E., 18, working as clerk in drug store; Mary A., 20, a tailoress; Annie E., 13; Charles I., 11; and Morris A., 7.

John F. Meckley, 41 was a sawyer and lived with is wife Rebecca, 43 along with a niece and nephew: Effie Bostian, 19 and Daniel Bostian, 15.

John L. Melteger, 23 worked in Paling Mill and lived with his wife Margaret, 27 and their son George who was born in November 1879.

Ephram Meltzer, 60 who was a blacksmith and lived with his wife Leah Meltzer, 51 and their children: Mary Meltzer, 21; Ida Meltzer, 15; Harry Meltzer, 13; and Sallie Meltzer, 8.

Aaron Messinger, 64 was a book keeper and lived with his wife Susan, 62 and their son Harris, 20, a clerk in a store.

Isaac Messinger, 35 was a hardware merchant and lived with his wife Sallie Messinger, 29 and their two daughters: Katie Messinger, 6; and Nettie Messinger who was born in February 1880. Isaac’s niece Alice Mackey, 9 also lived with the family.

Jowel Messinger, 36 was a clerk in a store and lived with his wife Jennie Messinger, 30 and their children: Harleigh H. Messinger, 10; Annie Messinger, 7; Royer Messinger, 3; and Bertha Messinger, 1. Also living with the family was Jowel’s sister Sue Fisher, 27 and her daughter Bessie C. Fisher who was born in September 1879.

George Miller, 38 was a carpenter and lived with his wife Sophia Miller, 34 and their children: Ella Miller, 12; Frederick Miller, 8; Minnie Miller, 5; and Lee Miller, 3.

Henry Miller, 46 worked in the Planing Mill and lived with his wife Melissa J., 44.

Jacob Miller, 75 was a laborer and lived with his wife Elizabeth Miller, 48 and their children: Susan C. Miller, 14; Sarah J. Miller, 12; Michael K. Miller, 9; and Dianna Miller, 4.

Robert Miller, 40 was a machinist and lived with his wife Mary J., 40 and their daughter Olie E., 8.

Samuel Miller, 59 was a retired farmer and lived with his wife Emmaline Miller, 57 and their two sons: Francis H. Miller, 26 who was a book keeper; and Charles Miller, 17. In addition was their granddaughter Emmaline Keefer, 10.

Seth Mitchner, 40 was a butcher and lived with his wife Harriet, 36 and their children: Jennie, 10; Hattie, 7; Seth, 5; Cora, 3; Maud, 2; and Charles born in November 1879.

Samuel Morgan, 35 was a book keeper and lived with his wife Maggie H., 30 and their daughter Ione, 5. Samuel’s mother-in-law, Catharine Lloyd, 60 lived with them.

Jeremiah Mottern, 45 was a boatman and lived with his wife Mary C., 35.

Morgan A. Mowry, 51 worked in the e Planing Mill and lived with his wife Susan, 40 and their daughter Susan M., 2.

William Moyer, 39 was a traveling salesman and lived with his wife Kate Moyer, 34 and their two children: Maria Moyer, 6; and Walter Moyer, 2.

Jermiah Myerly, 35 worked in Shoe Factory and lived with his wife Mercy, 32 and their four sons: Simeon, 13; Grant, 10; Edward, 3 and William G.M., 1.

William Myers, 28 was a laborer and lived with his wife Elizabeth, 25 and their son Charles O., 1.

Philip H. Nickal, 35 was a traveling salesman (his parents were born in Germany) and lived with his wife Leah, 37 and their children: John F., 9; and Jennie M., 6 and his cousin Martha Yerg, 17, a dress maker.

Daniel Noacker, 42 worked in the car shop and lived with his wife Elizabeth, 37 and their children: William M., 14, working in Match Factory; Lillian, 13; and Ira I., 2.

Thomas O’Conner, 39 born in Ireland worked on the railroad and lived with his wife Margaret O’Conner, 35 who was also born in Ireland and their children: Mary O’Conner, 6; James O’Conner, 5; and Simon O’Conner, 4.

Elijah Osborn, 66 was a farmer and lived with his wife Mary E., 64. They were both born in New York.

William Peck, 32 worked in Tannery and lived with his wife Margaret, 30 and their six daughters: Mary A., 11; Bertha, 9; Carrie, 7; Fannie, 5; Elizabeth, 3; and Nellie, 1.

James Perry, 36 worked on the rail road and lived with his wife Sarah Perry, 30 and their daughter Annie Perry, 4. Sue Johnson, 19 was a servant living in the house.

Elizabeth Peterman, 41 was a dress maker and lived with her niece Jennie, 16.

Lydia Piatt, 56 was keeping house and lived with her children: William Piatt, 31 who was a rail road conductor; Sue W. Piatt, 28 who was a teacher; Kate Piatt, 26; Fannie Piatt, 20; and Nancy Piatt, 17. Also living with the family was Ann Wetzell, 72 and was Lydia’s sister.

James G. Porter, 30 was a teamster and lived with his wife Clara J., 29 and his brother-in-law William Sprowl, 24 who was a log jacker.

Jacob Portner, 54 worked in the Tannery was born in New York and his parents were born in Switzerland. He lived with his wife Sarah, 44 and their children: Hiram, 24, a carpenter; Marie, 19; Sherman B., 15; Edward, 5. They had a border living with them, William Shirk, 19 who worked at the Tannery.

Louis A. Ranck, 37 was a traveling salesman and lived with his wife Hannah M. Ranck, 32.

George Rank, 28 was a laborer and lived with his wife Elizabeth, 22 and his step-son, Henry Hurb, 3.

Daniel Raup, 39 worked in Planing Mill and lived with his wife Rebecca Raup, 33 and their two sons: Harry Raup, 15; and John Raup, 7.

William Reed, 46 was a cabinet maker and lived with his wife Mary E., 43.

Frederick A. Reen, 41 was a pump maker and lived with his wife Sarah E., 34 and Araminta, 12 who was left by her mother to stay with the Reen’s, but was no relation.

James Reeser, 41 worked in Planing Mill and lived with his wife Mary E., 39 and their two sons: George C., 17, working in the Planing Mill; and William H., 15, working in Planing Mill.

Jonathan Rehrer, 67 was a carpenter and lived with his wife Elizabeth, 65 and his mother-in-law, Cristiaann, 92.

Daniel Reinbold, 68 worked in Planing Mill ad lived with wife Margaret, 46 (her parents were born in Germany) and their daughter Dorah B., 4 and step daughter, Amanda Nuss, 18, a dress maker.

Jacob Rhoads, 61 was a physician and lived with is two children: Melancthon, 20, working in Shoe Factory; and Lilian, 14, keeps house.

James M. Rhoads, 29 was foreman in the Planing Mill and lived with his wife Clara C., 28 and their daughter Maud, 2.

Charles F. Rice, 30 worked in brick yard and lived with his wife Sarah, 39 and their five daughters: Mary M., 14; Margaret, 11; Catharine, 8; Emanaline, 6; Anna B., 1. There was a boarder who lived with the family, Oliver Rissel, 25 who worked at the brick yard.

Amelia Ritter, 38 was keeping house and lived with her three children: William, 10; Charles, 9; and Margaret, 5.

William J. Ritter, 55 was a stone mason and lived with his wife Mary C., 53 and their daughter, Mary A., 15 and sister-in-law, Drusilla Cook, 46.

Clinton Robbins, 44 was a clerk in a store and lived with his wife Ellen Robbins, 43 and their two sons: Austin W. Robbins, 11; and Charles L. Robbins, 8.
Ellen’s mother Sarah Starr, 68 was an invalid and lived with the family along with Annie Murry, 17 who was a servant.

Josiah Robbins, 44 was a laborer and lived with his wife Sarah A., 53 and their daughter Annie E., 18.

Frederick Rovenolt, 64 was a laborer and lived with his wife Martha, 62 (her parents were both born in Ireland) and their children: Jane, 28; Agnes, 20; and granddaughter Clarinda Rovenolt, 3.

George W. Rumbach, 40 was a cashier at the bank and lived with his wife Catharine, 35 and their three children: Hattie N.,13; DeLa, 6; and Howard W., 4.

Silas Rumbach, 67 was a retired farmer and lived with his wife Sarah Rumbach and a servant – Ann Smith, 27.

George Runyan, 63 was a laborer and lived with his wife Mary J. Runyan, 59 and their daughter Annie Runyan, 40; and son Marion J. Runyan, 27; along with George’s niece Anna E. Kinney, 38.

Robert Runyan, 30 was a minister and lived with his wife Fannie, 26 and their three sons: Haven, 5; Reid, 4; Truly, 2; and one infant daughter who was born in November 1879.

Barbra A. Russell, 49 was keeping house and lived with her son, William, 24, a carpenter.

Jerome Russell, 25 was a lathe sawyer and lived with his wife Harriet J., 23.

John Russell, 63 was a retired farmer and lived with his wife Mary J., 55 and their children: William, 24, a clerk in a store; Ella, 16; and James, 9.

Daniel Sampsel, 58 was a shoemaker (his father was born in Germany) and lived with his wife Margaret, 53.

Sarah Saxton, 38 was keeping house and lived with her children: Stella, 15, a tailoress; John, 13, working in Match Factory; Grace, 11; and Emma, 7. Sarah’s father Jacob Young lived with them.

Cornelius Scales, 50 was a fireman on railroad born in New Hampshire and lived with his wife Matilda, 44 and their children: Edna, 21; Charles, 17; Bertie, 12; and infant daughter born in February 1880.

Peter Schaeffer, 80 was a retired farmer and lived with his wife Eve C., 52. Also living with them was a border, Sina Hilliard, 45 who worked at the Table Factory.

William H. Schaeffer, 29 was a telegraph operator and lived with his wife Isabel, 28 (she was born in Michigan and her parents were born in New York) and their children Edmond B., 3; and Beulah E., 1.

Peter Seiler, 70 was a laborer and lived with his wife Jane M. Seiler, 65 and their son Oliver Seiler, 25 who worked in the Planing Mill. Clara Bowl, 15 was a servant living with the family.

John A. Seriff, 41 was a laborer and lived with his wife Sophia L., 38 and their three children: Harry Alton, 12; Marry M., 10; and George M., 7.

John Shadle, 58 was a retired merchant and lived with his wife Sarah E. Shadle, 38 and their daughter Susan Shadle, 19. Also living with the family was their daughter Mary A. Beisser, 18 and her husband Jacob F. Beisser who was a baker and their son John P.G. Beisser who was born in April 1880.

Charles A. Shafer, 27 was a blacksmith and lived with his wife Catharine, 26 and their son Harry who was born in September, 1879.

Philip Shay, 60 was the post master born in Maine and lived with his wife Emma J. Shay, 43; Mary V. Shay, 20 who was assistant post mistress; Priscilla Shay, 18; Frank S. Shay, 13; and Emma E. Shay, 6.

William F. Shay, 28 was an attorney at law and lived with his wife Mary Alice, 24. William’s father was born in Maine.

Daniel Sheaffer, 21 was a hostler and lived with his wife Martha, 40 and their son William who was born in October 1879.

Mary Slack, 68 was keeping house and lived with her daughter Margaret, 43.

George F. Smith, 37 was a machinist and lived with his wife Annie, 36 and their children: George, 12; Louisa, 10; and Lizzie, 6. George and Annie Smith were born in England and their oldest son George was born in New York.

Henry Smith, 29 was a laborer and lived with his wife Emma, 28 and their two sons: William, 6; and Eugine, 3.

Simpson Smith, 59 was a retired farmer and lived with his wife Charlott Smith, 50 and their children: George E. Smith, 24 who was a laborer; their son Alison, O. Smith, 22 who was a fire insurance agent; Clara S. Smith, 20; and Thomas F.L. Smith, 15.

Henry Snyder, 38 was a carpenter and lived with his wife Catharine, 38 and their children: Walter, 20, a carpenter; Henrietta, 18; Susan, 16; Lubertie, 13; Elwood, 11; along with his mother-in-law Susan Shollenberger, 74.

Henry S. Snyder, 30 worked in the Tannery and lived with his wife Annie D., 27.

Sarah Springer, 43 was keeping house and lived with her children: Edward, 16 working on the railroad; Sallie, 15, a tailoress; Charles, 9; Delbert, 6. and her father Peter Heim, 69 who was a foreman on the canal.

Joseph F. Sprowl, 23 worked in the Planing Mill and lived with his wife Catharine H., 20.

Simon G. Stadler, 36 was a harness maker and lived with his wife Ellen Stadler, 36 and their two daughters: Ava M. Stadler, 13; and Fannie G. Stadler, 9.

Charles Starner, 45 was a turner and lived with his wife Phebe, 36 and their son Herbert O., 8.

Jacob P. Starr, 41 was a station agent and lived with his wife Agnes, 35 and their children: Sarah E., 5; Margaret S., 3; and John E. who was born in July 18, 1880. Agnes’ mother Margaret Sloan, 62 also lived with the family along with Jennie Lodge, 15 the servant for the family.

Achilles A. Stebbins, 53 was a mill wright born in New York and lived with his wife Emily, 39 also born in New York and their children: Ella Y., 10; Wayland U., 8; Emma B., 5; Charles F., 2; and an infant son born in September 1879.

Charles M. Steckel, 51 was a laborer and lived with his wife Margaret, 50 and their son William, 20 who worked in the Match Factory.

Josiah Stewart, 44 was a grocer and lived with his wife Sarah, 35 and their children: Harry C., 15; Girtie, 9; and Oliver, 6.

Joseph Stills, 64 was a black laborer who lived alone.

Charles Stover, 29 was a laborer and lived with his wife Carrie E., 23 and their son, Glenn Morris Stover born in December 1879. Charles’ father Samuel, 66 who was a laborer lived with them along with his two brothers, William, 25, a laborer; and Norman, 17, working in the Match Factory.

George P. Straub, 44 was a lumberman and lived with his wife Annie B., 31 and their children: Elmer, 17, a teacher; Blanch B., 14; John J., 12; Dora D., 5.

Jacob Straub, 48 was a laborer and lived with his wife Catharine, 43 and their children: Wilson A., 19 a laborer; Charles, 17, a laborer; Mary, 15; George, 13, working at Match Factory; Amanda, 11; John, 8; Harry H., 6; William, 3; and Emma born in August 1879.

Omer G. Strike, 35 was a boatman and lived with his wife Helen, 34 and their two children: Harry D. 10; and Mary A., 3.

Isaac Striker, 43 was a laborer (father born in New York and mother born in New Jersey) and lived with is wife Mary, 40 along with a boarder, Thomas Kirk, 50 a farmer.

Lewis Strouse, 31 was a teamster and lived with his wife Mary C., 35 who had malarial fever in 1880 and their children: Charles D., 10; and Mary I., 2.

Austin Stull, 41 was a book keeper born in New Jersey and lived with his wife Lavina, 36 and their son William, 10.

Denerva M. Sturges, 59 was keeping house and lived with her daughter Francis I., 22. Denerva was born in Pennsylvania but her parents were from Connecticut. Francis was born in New York. Francis’ father was also born in New York.

George W. Swengle, 42 was a clerk in a store and lived with his wife Hannah L., 32 (whose mother was born in England) and their daughter Nora O., 8.

Elizabeth Taggart, 70 was keeping house and lived with her daughter Mary Taggart, 40; son William J. Taggart, 38 who was a retired farmer; and her granddaughter Ella P. Taggart, 15.

John E. Tonery, 45 was a railroad watchman born in Ireland and lived with his children: Catharine, 18, born in England; William, 15, born in New York; Michael, 11; Mary E., 9; and James, 4.

John Troxel, 37 was a wagon maker and lived with his wife Susan Troxel, 32 and their daughter Harriet Troxel, 10.

Milton Troxel, 56 was a stone mason and lived with his wife Margaret Troxel, 54 and two borders: Joseph Haas, 60 who was born in Germany and Amanda Krouse, 31.

Jacob H. Tyson, 31 was working in the Planning Mill and lived with his wife Rebecca S., 37 and his step-son, Edward Hayes, 12.

Adam Ulrich, 35 was a fireman at the saw mill and lived with his wife Lavina, 32 and their children: Mary M., 10; Dillie (daughter), 8; William S., 6; Annie M., 4; and Samuel who was born in October 1879.

John Ulrich, 41 was a sawyer and lived with his wife Phebe M., 39 and their children: Joseph H., 15, working in Match Factory; Catharine S., 14; William H., 9; John H., 7; and Ellen B.

William Ulrich, 86 was a laborer and lived with his wife Eve Ulrich, 76.

John Vanfossen, 34 was a stationary engineer and lived with his wife Margaret Vanfossen, 32; and their three daughters: Estella Vanfossen, 10; Hanna J. Vanfossen, 7; and Emma M. Vanfossen who was born in March 1880.

Shepherd L. Van Valzah, 43 was a physician and lived with his wife Mary E., 37 and their children Annie C.G., 19; Robert G., 16; John A., 13; and James W., 7.

Isaac Vincent, 55 was an assessor and lived with his wife Phebe, 55 and their two children: Rebecca C., 22; and Charles C. 15. Jane Trick, 16 was a servant living with the family.

Sarah A. Vogt, 51 was keeping house and lived with her son John Tyson, 16, a laborer.

Jacob Wagner, 37 was a lumberman an and lived with is brother Franklin, 30 and their house keeper Mary Foust, 30.

Nelson W. Wagner, 42 was a lumber dealer and lived with his wife Jennie B., 33 and their children: George H., 5; Katie B. 3; Jennie M., 2 and Martha B. born in October 1879.

William Wagner, 50 was a book keeper and lived with his wife Rebecca, 41 and their two children: William, 5; and Katie, 2.

George W. Wallize, 26 was an express agent and lived with his wife Lillie O. Wallize, 23 and their daughter Mary E. Wallize who was born in December 1879. Edward B. Hogue, 22 was a border with the family and was a tin smith.

Samuel Wallize, 68 was a miller and lived with his wife Rebecca Wallize, 68.

Edward Waltman, 38 was a sawyer and lived with his wife Catharine, 38 and their children: Cloyd, 19, working in the Match Factory; Annie F., 17; Girtrude, 13; Elizabeth, 11; William, 9; Corra, 7; Edward, 4; and John born in November 1879.

John Waltman, 27 was a laborer and lived with his wife Joanna, 25 and their two daughters: Mary, 5; and Minnie, 3.

Robert Waltman, 47 was a carpenter and lived with his wife Mary, 43 and the following children: Lizzie M., 12; Sallie, 10; John, 7; Edith, 4; and Hunter, 1.

Annie Walton, 56 was keeping house and lived with her children: Sadie, 19; Phares, 17, working in the brick yard; Augustus, 14, working in the Tannery; and Annie, 11.

Jesse Watkins, 45 was a sawyer and lived with his wife Annie L. Watkins and their children: Minnie N. Watkins, 16; Edger J. Watkins, 5; Lizzie Watkins, 3; and Virginia Watkins, 2.

James Watts, 31 was a laborer and lived with his wife Rachel, 32 and their two sons: John H., 10; and Robert W., 7.

Elizabeth Watts, 58 was keeping house and lived with her son, Alexander, 21 working at Tannery; and daughter Susan M., 16.

Eli W. Welsh, 45 was a carpenter and lived with his wife Margaret E., 43 and their children: Alma, 16, a tailoress; Rebecca, 13; Ward W., 11; Hattie, 8.

James T. Wenck, 41 worked in Planing Mill and lived with his wife Sarah A., 40 and their children: George H., 19, working in Planing Mill; Jessie M., 10; William S., 7; Robert C., 5; Sarah A., 2; and Joseph F. who was born in December 1879.

Charles Werner, 30 was a butcher born in Germany and lived with his wife Amelia H. (her parents were both born in Germany) and their children: Lewis, 8; Carrie, 7; Annie, 6; and Charles, 2.

Angeline Westley, 55 was keeping house and lived with her two daughters: Emma C., 32, a seamstress; and Hester, 28, a school teacher. Her granddaughter Stella Westley, 11 also lived with the family.

Daniel Westley, 37 worked in Planing Mill and lived with his wife Emma J., 34 and their children: Russell, 15, working in Planing Mill; Lillie, 13, Harry, 10; Hattie, 6; and Jay 3.

Darius Westley, 27 worked on the rail road and lived with his wife Jane Westley, 26 and their son William Westley, 5. Emma Walize, 15 lived with the family as a servant.

Abram Whitlock, 48 was a marble cutter and lived with his wife Elizabeth Whitlock, 50 and their children: Mary H. Whitlock, 20; and Alvin N. Whitlock, 14.

Frederick Whitman, 66 was a cabinet maker and lived with his wife Sarah, 65 and their son Jacob, 32 and his wife Leah, 30 and their daughter, Maud, 1.

Samuel Whitman, 74 was a laborer and lived with his wife Frederica, 73 and their daughter Freddy, 41.

Emanuel Whitmoyer, 28 worked on the railroad and lived with his wife Rachel M., 24 and their children Albisesta, 7; and Minnie Bell. Emanuel’s cousin Mariah Hartman, 16 lived with the family as a servant and his sister and brother-in-law, Susan Averill, 32, and Steward R. Averill, 43 who was a traveling agent lived with them.

Ezra Whitmoyer, 26 worked on railroad and lived with his wife Louisa C., 23 and their children: Virgie M. (daughter), 5; and Edger B., 2.

Christopher Wiedman, 64 was a currier and lived with his wife Catharine, 60 and their children: Charles, 16, working in the Tannery; and Jennie, 5. They had two borders living with them that both worked on the railroad: John Hogland, 28; and Larry Rasdetter, 48 who was born in Germany.

Benjamine Williamson, 60 was a stone mason and lived with his wife Margaret, 54 and their two sons: Washington, 16 who worked in the Match Factory; and Edward, 16, at home.

Daniel Williamson, 23 was working in Planing Mill and lived with his wife Louisa S., 22 and their son William who was born in December 1879.

Frederick A. Williard, 32 worked in Planing Mill born in Massachusetts and lived with his wife Alfaretta Williard, 28 and their children: John A. Williard, 5; Maggie L. Williard, 3; and Bessie J. Williard who was born in February 1880. Frederick’s brother-in-law Charles C. Mendenhall, 28 who was a tinsmith and his wife Maggie Mendenhall, 19 who was a dress maker lived with the family as well.

David Wilson, 74 was a retired farmer and lived with his wife Sarah Wilson, 65 and their servant Alice Kriner, 28.

Philip Wintersteen, 62 was a farmer (his parents were born in New Jersey) and lived with his wife Christinia, 57 and their children: John S., 31, a farmer; Mary E., 25; and Simon, 15, working in Planing Mill.

Eliza Wolf, 44 was a dressmaker.

Robert M. Work, 34 was a laborer and lived with his wife Mary E., 32.

Martin Yagle, 30 worked in shoe factory and lived with his wife Clara B., 22 and their son Lester, 8.

Christopher Young, 33 was an engineer and lived with his wife Amanda, 31.

Joshua Young, 26 was a laborer and lived with his wife Annie, 26 (Annie’s father was born in England) and their two children Ida, 2, and Guy who was born in February 1880.

Juliann A. Young, 41 was keeping house and lived with her two sons: Amanuel Young, 21 who9 worked at Planing Mill; and George W. Young, 15 who worked at the Planing Mill. Also living with the family was Juliann’s daughter-in-law Kate Young, 22.

Nancy Young, 61 kept house and lived with her daughter Ella M, 21, a dress maker. Nancy’s parents were both born in Ireland.

Ellis Zarr, 25 was a grocery clerk.

Amos Zimmerman, 42 was a minister and lived with his wife Mary, 33.

John Zimmerman, 47 was a tailor and lived with his wife Sarah J. Zimmerman, 46 (her father was born in England) and their son Harry Zimmerman, 12.

William C (illegible), 27 was a laborer and lived with his wife Mary, 22 and their two daughters: Edith, 2 and Esther, 1.

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