DIRECTORY OF BUSINESSES AND RESIDENTS

VILLAGE OF MARION, NEW YORK

From "SOUVENIR OF MARION, NEW YORK"

By

Rev. Ensign D. Hammond

December 1905




This directory of businesses and residents of the Village of Marion was included in "Souvenir of Marion, New York", a booklet put out by Rev. Ensign D. Hammond for the 1905 Christmas Bazaar of the Marion Christian Church.




PALMYRA ST. - WEST SIDE

Atlantic Hotel - P.A. White, proprietor
Manley Block - First floor: C. Cattieu, grocer; R.R. Spencer, jeweler. Second floor: H.S. Potter, real estate; Wayne-Monroe Telephone, Miss Morrison, manager.
Curtis Block - First floor: J. Cambier, grocer. Second floor - S.B. Curtis, undertaker; H.M. Winslow, drugs and groceries; A.A. West, hardware and tin shop.
Rich Block - First floor: Postoffice, Thomas Geer, P.M. Second floor: W.H. Peckham, harness shop.
Wirley Block - Winfield Johnson, tobacco and cigars; M.J. Mersen, hardware, tin shop and agricultural implements.
Howell Block - First floor: A.J. Sherwood, meat market. Second floor: Secret Society Hall: A.O.U.W.; G.A.R.; W.R.C.; J. Heslor & Co., butter and eggs, A. Howell, manager.
Enterprise Block - First floor: Printing Office, R.D. Curtis, editor and proprietor. Second floor: S. C. Gurnee, photographer.

RESIDENCES

1. C.H. Snitzel, Mrs. Arville Davis
3. Mrs. C. McDowell
5. George Morrison
7. Dr. John VanDoorn, office and residence
9. Mrs. Jane Malcolm
11. William E. Henion, Miss N.M. Henion
13. Miss Jennie Gilman, Miss Frankie Gilman, Norman Killogg
15. Mrs. Julia White, Mrs. H.M. Clark, Miss Mary Gilman
17. Abram D. Johnson
19. Peter Corteville
21. Newark & Marion R.R. Depot
23. W.H. Peckham
25. R.D. Curtis
27. Henry Blodgett
29. Adelbert Howell, Miss Margaret Howell
31. W.W. Burbank, F.R. Engert
33. A.J. Sherwood
35. E.M. Snyder, Walter McKenna
37. Mrs. Eva Radder, Raymond Ebert
39. Cornelius Cattieu
41. Mrs. Ocena Burrud
43. H.A. Ganze, W.H. Ganze; Rev. Grant Wilson, pastor M.E. Church
45. Miss Carrie Butler
47. Zebina Crane, Marrietta Cogswell, Ruth Cook
49. Henry Wood
51. Charles Topping
53. Charles C. Potter
55. Thomas F. Young

PALMYRA ST. - EAST SIDE

2. M.J. Mersen, Mrs. Emily Russell
4. Charles Peters
6. Ervin Davis
8. Smith's Hall
10. Presbyterian parsonage; Thomas Melvin, resident pastor
12. Mrs. Jennie Knapp
14. Dr. A.R. Halstead, office and residence
16. William E. Henion, blacksmith
18. J.B. Malcolm, warehouse dealer and dried fruit and beans
20. Mrs. A.E. Heslor, Mrs. Bethiah Tripp
22. H. Topping, residence and ladder factory; Mrs. Maria Cogswell
24. Mrs. Kate Sherman
26. R.B. McOmber
28. William F. Rainier
30. Mrs. A. Hawley, Peter Goossen, M.W. Wilcoxen
32. H.S. Potter
34. Josiah Clarkson
36. Mrs. Nellie E. Garlock
38. James A. Fraser
40. C.W. Beal, Mrs. Susan Whipple
42. Mary Huggard
44.
46. George Z. Warner
48. Parce Butts
50. Isaac Jeffery

MAIN STREET - EAST SIDE

1. Clark Block - First floor: E.H. Taylor, meat market; Miss Elsie Pope, millinery; E.M. Snyder, barber. Second floor: B.E. Luce, residence.
3. T.M. Clark
5. Baptist church
7. James Goossen
9. Abram Goossen
11. Mrs. Peter Magilson
13. M.E. church
15. E.H. Brewster
17. F.C. Leroy, blacksmith shop
19. Lewis Smith, foundry and saw mill
21. Stephen Snyder
23.
25. Mrs. M. Dickinson, L.C. Stillman
27. George Topping
29. Mrs. Melissa Sweezey
31. Mrs. Delia Sherman, Herbert Sherman
33. C.S. VanOstrand
35. Mrs. Mary Patterson, W. Johnson
37. Joseph Gilbert, D.C. Hope
39. Georgianna Hill
41. L.M. Rice
43. Christian parsonage, E.D. Hammond, resident pastor
45. George S. Warner
47. Alonzo B. Gurnee
49. D.H. Crane
51. Theodore Crandall
53. George Lookup

MAIN ST. - WEST SIDE

Rice Block - First floor: G.S. Warner, dry good and wall paper; H.A. Warner, groceries. Second floor: R.B. McOmber, justice of the peace and real estate.
Goossen Block - Goossen and Steyaart, dry goods and groceries.
Taber Block - First floor: Mrs. C.H. Snitzel, bakery. Second floor: Oliver Hill, residence.
Presbyterian church
Marion High School

RESIDENCES

2. A.B. Crane, Mrs. R. Niles
4. George Frine
6. Amy Everett
8. Lewis Smith
10. Mrs. Libbie Leroy
12. Mrs. Alma Howell, E.T. Luce
14. J.S. Atwood, Mary J. Sherwood
16. Christian church
18. Mrs. Christina Eisantrager
20. E.H. Taylor, Seth Adams
22. Mrs. Martin Fuller, Mrs. Ann Farnsworth
24. F.O. Murdoff
26. Miss Minerva Smith
28. Henry R. Mason
30. William C. Austin
32. George Farnsworth
34. Baptist parsonage, Rev. G.E. Finlay, pastor
36. William Gilbert
38. Charles R. Wood

BUFFALO ST. - NORTH SIDE

1. A.P. Williams, R.F.D. carrier No. 1
3. Presson Peer
5. J.B. Malcolm
7. Amanda Pickard, Louise Howell
9. C.L. Tassell
11. Rev. Charles Ray
13. George Benedict
15. Thomas Geer
17. Mrs. Mary Schoonerman
19. Wayne County Canning Company. C.H. Schutt, secretary and manager
21. W.W. Moon, blacksmith and repairing
23. Wayne County Canning Company tenant house
25. Riley Sanford
27. Alex Beaty, marble dealer
29. Riley Sanford, repair shop
31. C.H. Scutt
33. Peter Steyaart
35. Peter Dubois
37. Joanna Jores
39. Marion Co-operative Creamery Company
41. A.W. Spears
43. George E. Lewis

BUFFALO ST. - SOUTH SIDE

2. H.M. Winslow
4. Myron Brewster
6. Mrs. Maud Brewster, millinery; Alexander Beaty
8. John Wolf
10. Mary A. Cogswell, Susan Wood
12. Mrs. Catherine Gibbs
14. W.W. Moon
16. Charles Seawright
18. A.A. Clark, John Clark, coal dealers
20. George E. Luce
22. Mrs. Kate Verbridge
24. Ira A. Norton
26. Stephen A. Sanford
28. C.H. Steward, butter maker, Marion Co-operative Creamery Company
30. Mrs. Joanna Merson
32. Mrs. Josina Vassuer

MILL ST. - SOUTH SIDE

1. William Pullman
3. Fred S. House, painter and paper hanger
5. Mrs. Hester Garlock, E.W. Croucher
7. B.T. Curtis
9. D.C. Putnam Company barrel factory, W.H. Ganze, manager
11. Marinus Schoonerman
13. Albert Smith, carpenter
15. Jefferson Luce
17. S.W. Scutt, flour and feed mill
19. S.W. Scutt, residence
21. J. Marchant
23. S.C. Gurnee
25. Mrs. M.J. Hosmer

MILL ST. - NORTH SIDE

2. Mrs. Augusta Pulver, Peter Corteville
4. Frank VanCloster
6. Charles M. Hodges
8. A.A. West
10. Mrs. Lucy H. McOmber
12. Herbert Snyder
14. Frank L. Stearns
16. Scott B. Curtis
18. Warren H. Curtis
20. Mrs. Mary J. Potter, Mrs. Myrtle Cummings
22. H. Ross Warner
24. Mrs. Emma Malcolm
26. Walter Fraser
28. Isaac Sherman
30. Charles B. Jagger
32. Jacob Engleston
34. Mrs. Clara Croucher
36. David Lown
38. Josia G. Peters

MAPLE AVENUE - SOUTH SIDE

1. Grange Hall
3. R.E. Ferguson
5. Stephen Reeves
7. Salem W. Sweezey

MAPLE AVENUE - NORTH SIDE

2. Maccabee Hall
4. Joseph Bilby
6. Henry Wage, Mrs. Maria VanOstrand
8. Mrs. Philena Lay
10. Charles E. King, veterinary

EVERGREEN ST. - SOUTH SIDE

1. Jacob Lybert
3. William B. Curtis

EVERGREEN ST. - NORTH SIDE

2. Frank J. Morrison

UNION ST. - WEST SIDE

1. Lewis H. Green, painter and paper hanger
3. Daniel H. VanCloster
5. Ezra J. Garlock
7. Daniel Richards, M.D, residence and office
9. Charlesl N. Stearns, Mrs. Jane Snyder
11. Henry C. Allen, carpenter
13. Lewis N. Warner, carpenter
15. George Snyder
17. Mrs. Elizabeth Croucher

UNION ST. - EAST SIDE

2. Reformed church edifice
4. Frank C. Leroy
6. Jacob Russell
8. Reformed parsonage, W.H. Bruins, pastor
10. Elizabeth Bushart
12. James Cambier
14. J.S. Nasmith, John Wake
16. Erotus Warner
18. Sarah J. Lyon, dressmaker
20. Mary J. Burr
22. Richard B. Rogers, R.F.D. carrier
24. Edwin P. White
26. M.E. parsonage, J. McMullin, tenant
28. Mrs. Thankful M. Taber, H.A. Durfee
30. J.C. Rich, railway mail clerk
32. Mrs. Salina Knapp
34. Horace A. Warner, Mrs. Jane Sanford
36. Jacob Bushart
38. John Frine, Charles Ryan



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