1870 U.S. CENSUS

Town of Williamson

Wayne County, NY

Part 7, Pages 31 - 35



Page 31 [stamped p. 554 on census sheet]

Inhabitants in Williamson in the County of Wayne, State of New York, enumerated by me on the 16th day of July, 1870.
Post Office: Williamson C. P. Patterson, Ass't Marshal

MOULMAN, Maria, 67, F, W, retired, ___, ___, Holland, parents of foreign birth, cannot read, cannot write

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COLE, James, 32, M, W, farmer, ___, $2000, New York, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
COLE, Elizabeth, 28, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, New York

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DERIDER, Peter, 60, M, W, farmer, $800, $600, Holland, parents of foreign birth, cannot read, cannot write, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
DERIDER, Kate, 56, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, Holland, parents of foreign birth, cannot read, cannot write
DERIDER, Mary 18, F, W, at home, ___, ___, New York
[Peter DERIDER listed in 1867 directory. Peter and wife Catherine DeRYDER are buried in Lakeview Cemetery.]

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HOSTE, Jacob, 55, M, W, farmer, ___, $1000, Holland, parents of foreign birth, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
HOSTE, Josephine, 57, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, Holland, parents of foreign birth, cannot read, cannot write
HOSTE, Peter, 23, M, W, farm laborer, ___, ___, Holland, parents of foreign birth, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
HOSTE, Josephine, 9, F, W, at school, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth, attended school in last year

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ROSSEAU, Jannica, 39, F, W, keeping house, $1500, $1000, Holland, parents of foreign birth, cannot write
HOWE, Samuel, 16, M, W, farmer, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth, attended school in last year
ROSSEAU, May, 14, F, W, at home, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth, attended school in last year
ROSSEAU, Lina, 10, F, W, at school, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth, attended school in last year
ROSSEAU, Libbie, 7, F, W, at school, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth, attended school in last year
ROSSEAU, Betsey, 5, F, W, ___, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth
ROSSEAU, Josiah, 3, M, W, ___, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth
ROSSEAU, Panelopa, 1, F, W, ___, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth
ROSSEAU, Carrie, 3/12, F, W, ___, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth, born in February
[More commonly spelled as ROUSSEAU. This is probably the household of Jannis ROUSSEAU and his wife Janneke BUURMAN listed on the November 11, 1871, list of new members of the Marion NY First Reformed Church.]

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FISH, Chancey, 46, M, W, farmer, $5000, $2000, New York, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
FISH, Phebe J., 44, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, New York
FISH, John J., 23, M, W, invalid, ___, ___, New York, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
FISH, William W., 19, M, W, farm laborer, ___, ___, New York, attended school in last year
FISH, Della E., 16, F, W, at home, ___, ___, New York, attended school in last year
FISH, Charles W., 10, M, W, at school, ___, ___, New York, attended school in last year
FISH, Recivel L., 7, M, W, at school, ___, ___, New York, attended school in last year
FISH, Myron E., 3, M, W, ___, ___, ___, New York
LEVEE/LEVER(?), William J., 38, M, W, sailor, ___, $2000, New York, parents of foreign birth, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
LEVEE, Mary E., 21, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, New York
[There are two Chancy FISH's in the 1867 Directory of Williamson. Chauncy (Civil War veteran), Phoebe and son John J. (Civil War veteran) are buried in Lakeview Cemetery.]

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RUSSEL, Richard, 49, M, W, farmer, $3000, $2000, England, parents of foreign birth, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
RUSSEL, Hannah, 45, F, W, keeping house, ___, $200, England, parents of foreign birth
RUSSEL, Fanny, 16, F, W, at home, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth
RUSSEL, Sophia, 76, F, W, retired, ___, ___, England, parents of foreign birth
[Richard, Hannah W., daughter Fanny DRAYTON/BRAYTON, and "Mother" Sophia RUSSELL are buried in Lakeview Cemetery.]

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COTTRELL, David, 57, M, W, farmer, $4500, $2000, New York, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
COTTRELL, Sarah, 55, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, New Jersey
COTTRELL, Grandin, 28, M, W, farm laborer, ___, ___, New York, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
COTTRELL, William, 25, M, W, farm laborer, ___, ___, New York, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
COTTRELL, Libanus, 19, M, W, farm laborer, ___, ___, New York, attended school in last year
COTTRELL, Dewitt, 13, M, W, at school, ___, ___, New York, attended school in last year
HOUSE, Lovina, 26, F, W, domestic servant, ___, ___, New York, father of foreign birth
[David COTTREL is listed in the 1867 Directory of Williamson. David, wife Sarah A., and sons Libanus and Dewitt C. COTTRELL are buried in Lakeview Cemetery.]

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Page 32 [number 0468 along right side of microfilm]

Inhabitants in Williamson in the County of Wayne, State of New York, enumerated by me on the 16th day of July, 1870.
Post Office: Pultneyville Chas. P. Patterson, Ass't Marshal

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DE DEE, Peter, 48, M, W, farmer, $2100, $1500, Holland, parents of foreign birth, cannot write, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
DE DEE, Juan, 47, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, Holland, parents of foreign birth, cannot read, cannot write
DE DEE, Jacob, 12, M, W, at school, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth, attended school in last year
DE DEE, Libbie, 10, F, W, at school, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth, attended school in last year
[Peter DEEDE is listed in the 1867 Directory of Williamson. DeDee, Peter DeDEE, wife Johanna and son Jacob are buried in Lakeview Cemetery.]

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PLASSER, Adrian, 51, M, W, farmer, $800, $500, Holland, parents of foreign birth, cannot read, cannot write
PLASSER, Mary, 50, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, Holland, parents of foreign birth
PLASSER, Nettie, 11, F, W, at school, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth, attended school in last year
[PLASSEY?]

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HANNIKA, Peter, 46, M, W, farmer, ___, $1600, Holland, parents of foreign birth, cannot read, cannot write
HANNIKA, Susan, 41, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, Holland, parents of foreign birth, cannot read, cannot write
HANNIKA, Elizabeth,7, ___, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth
HANNIKA, Maria, 6, F, W, ___, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth
HANNIKA, Jacob, 78, M, W, retired farmer, ___, ___, Holland, parents of foreign birth, cannot read, cannot write
[also spelled HENNEKEY]

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MORGAN, George C., 42, M, W, farmer, $5500, $1800, England, parents of foreign birth, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
MORGAN, Mary, 33, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, New York
MORGAN, Eliza, 13, F, W, at home, ___, ___, New York, father of foreign birth
MORGAN, Robert, 7, M, W, at school, ___, ___, New York, father of foreign birth
VER HOWE, Mary, 13, F, W, domestic servant, ___, ___, Holland, parents of foreign birth
STORR, William, 14, M, W, farm laborer, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth
[Geo. C. MORGAN is listed in the 1867 Directory of Williamson. George C. and wife Mary E. RAWLING are buried in Pleasant View Cemetery, Williamson.]

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NASH, Elizabeth, 39, F, W, keeping house, $6400, $2000, England, parents of foreign birth
NASH, George W., 20, M, W, farmer, ___, ___, New York
NASH, Charles J., 15, M, W, farm laborer, ___, ___, New York, attended school in last year
NASH, Oscar F., 12, M, W, farm laborer, ___, ___, New York, attended school in last year
BABBITT, Margaret, 30, F, W, domestic servant, ___, ___, New York
BABBITT, Frank, 28, M, W, farm laborer, ___, ___, New York
[John NASH is listed in the 1867 Directory of Williamson. "Sister Maggie" BABBITT and Frank BABBITT are buried in Lakeview Cemetery near Elizabeth and John NASH.]

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SKINNER, Cuyler, 43, M, W, farmer, $3500, $2000, New York, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
SKINNER, Mary, 35, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, New York
SKINNER, Ella, 6, F, W, ___, ___, ___, New York
[Cuyler D. SKINNER is listed in the 1867 Directory of Williamson. Cuyler D. and wife Mary E. SKINNER are buried in Pleasant View Cemetery, Williamson.]

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BARCLAY, William, 30, M, W, farmer, $3800, $200, New York, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
BARCLAY, Mary, 32, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, New York
BAKER, Joshua, 80, M, W, retired farmer, ___, ___, New York, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
BAKER, Kaziah, 66, F, W, retired, ___, __, New York
HOWE, John, 15, M, W, farm laborer, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth, attended school in last year
[Joshua, Keziah, and his first wife Yelpa are buried in Sherman Cemetery in Marion, as is Mary BARCLAY, wife of William.]

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PLYTE, William, 48, M, W, farmer, $4300, $1800, Holland, parents of foreign birth, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
PLYTE, Barbara, 35, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, Holland, parents of foreign birth, cannot read, cannot write
PLYTE, Usias, 19, M, W, farm laborer, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth
PLYTE, Abram, 17, M, W, farm laborer, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth
PLYTE, Isaac, 14, M, W, farm laborer, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth, attended school in last year
PLYTE, Lovina, 12, F, W, at school, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth, attended school in last year
PLYTE, Jane, 4, F, W, ___, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth
PLYTE, Penelope, 2, F, W, ___, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth
[Wm. PLETE is listed in the 1867 Directory of Williamson.]

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Page 33 [stamped p. 535 on census sheet]

Inhabitants in Williamson in the County of Wayne, State of New York, enumerated by me on the 16th day of July, 1870.
Post Office: Williamson C. P. Patterson, Ass't Marshal

PLYTE, Peter, 3/12, M, W, ___, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth, born February

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HINOLF, Jacob, 67, M, W, retired sailor, $1,000, $300, Holland, parents of foreign birth, cannot read, cannot write, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
HINOLF, Gertrude, 77, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, Holland, parents of foreign birth
[A James M. HINOLF is listed in the 1867 Directory of Williamson. Jacob and Gertrude HINOLF are buried in Lakeview Cemetery.]

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NASH, Reuben, 50, M, W, farmer, $8400, $2500, New York, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
NASH, Maria, 46, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, Holland, parents of foreign birth
NASH, Julia G., 20, F, W, at home, ___, ___, New York, mother of foreign birth
NASH, Reuben J., 18, M, S, W, farm laborer, ___, ___, New York, mother of foreign birth, attended school in last year
NASH, Lovisa, 15, F, W, at home, ___, ___, New York, mother of foreign birth, attended school in last year
NASH, Albert, 9, M, W, at school, ___, ___, New York, mother of foreign birth, attended school in last year
SMITH, Reuben, 15, M, W, farm laborer, ___, ___, Canada, parents of foreign birth
[Reuben and wife Maria L. NASH are buried in PLeasant View Cemetery, as is a Reuben J. NASH b. 1851.]

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GORDON, David G., 45, M, W, stone mason, $1800, $1200, New York, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
GORDON, Mary, 43, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, New York
GORDON, Mary, 8, F, W, at school, ___, ___, New York, attended school in last year
[David T. GORDON, mason and farmer, is listed in the 1867 Directory of Williamson. David T. and wife Mary are buried in Pleasant View Cemetery.]

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BOOKOUT, John, 45, M, W, farm laborer, $500, $300, Holland, parents of foreign birth, cannot read, cannot write
BOOKOUT, Nellie, 47, F, S, keeping house, ___, ___, Holland, parents of foreign birth, cannot write
BOOKOUT, Anthony, 9, M, W, at school, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth, attended school in last year
BOOKOUT, John, 7, M, W, at school, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth, attended school in last year
[John and Nellie BOOKOUT are buried in Lakeview Cemetery.]

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TOMKINSON, Benjamin, 55, M, W, farmer, $3000, $1800, England, parents of foreign birth, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
TOMKINSON, Mary A., 55, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, New York
TOMKINSON, Reuben, 25, M, W, farm laborer, ___, ___, New York, father of foreign birth, attended school in last year, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
SPRINGER, Rose, 24, F, W, teacher, ___, ___, New York
NASH, Reuben, 84, M, W, retired farmer, ___, ___, Massachusetts, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
[Benj. TOMKINSON, tanner and farmer, is listed in the 1867 Directory of Williamson. Rev. Benjamin, wife Mary Ann and Reuben NASH TOMPKINSON are buried in Lakeview Cemetery.]

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TIBBETS, Charles A., 50, M, W, farmer, $10,000, $2000, New York, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
TIBBETS, Mary B., 51, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, New York
TIBBETS, Harry A., 25, M, W, farm laborer, ___, ___, New York, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
TIBBETS, Tunis(?) D., 22, M, W, farm laborer, ___, ___, New York, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
TIBBETS, Anna A., 21, F, W, at home, ___, ___, New York
TIBBETS, Orlando, 19, M, W, farm laborer, ___, ___, New York
TIBBETS, William, 17, M, W, farm laborer, ___, ___, New York
TIBBETS, John, 15, M, W, at school, ___, ___, New York, attended school in last year
TIBBETS, Alfred, 7, M, W, at school, ___, ___, New York, attended school in last year
[Chas. A. TIBBITS is listed in the 1867 Directory of Williamson.]

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VAUGHN, Hiram, 65, M, W, retired farmer, $7200, $2200, Pennsylvania, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
VAUGHN, Lydia, 62, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, New York
GORDON, Harry L., 15, M, W, farm laborer, ___, ___, New York, attended school in last year
GORDON, Theodocia, 58, F, W, ___, ___, ___, New York, idiotic
[Hiram VAUGHN is listed in the 1867 Directory of Williamson.]

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VAUGHN, Harrison P., 30, M, W, farmer, ___, $500, New York, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
VAUGHN, Laura, 25, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, New York
VAUGHN, Jennie, 5, F, W, at school, ___, ___, New York, attended school in last year
VAUGHN, George, 3, M, W, ___, ___, ___, New York

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MILLHAN, David, 36, M, W, farmer, $6600, $2000, New York, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
David R. MILHAN is listed in the 1867 Directory of Williamson. There are several Milhans in Marion Cemetery.]

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Page 34 [number 0471 along right side of microfilm]

Inhabitants in Williamson in the County of Wayne, State of New York, enumerated by me on the 16th day of July, 1870.
Post Office: Pultneyville Chas. P. Patterson, Ass't Marshal

MILLHAN, Salone O., 43, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, New York
MILLHAN, Warren C., 8, M, W, at school, ___, ___, New York, attended school in last year
MILLHAN, Sidney D., 6, M, W, at school, ___, ___, New York, attended school in last year
MILLHAN, Winnie O., 2, F, W, ___, ___, ___, New York
GARRETT, Julia A., 55, F, W, domestic servant, ___, ___, New York, deaf and dumb

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BROWN, James, 58, M, W, farmer, $3200, $1500, New York, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
BROWN, Juline, 56, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, New York
BROWN, Sarah 17, F, W, at home, ___, ___, New York
[James BROWN is listed in the 1867 Directory of Williamson. James and Juline NICHOLS BROWN are buried in Pleasant View Cemetery, Williamson.]

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CAREY, Joseph, 66, M, W, farm laborer, ___, $100, Canada, parents of foreign birth, male citizen of U.S. over age 21

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RICHARDSON, Mary, 57, F, W, keeping house, $1600, $500, England, parents of foreign birth
ELTON, Ada/Ida(?), 11, F, W, at school, New York, attended school in last year

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TUTTLE, Lucas, 71, M, W, farmer, $1700, $1500, New York, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
TUTTLE, Vashti, 70, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, Connecticut
ALMY, Perry, 41, M, W, daguerrean, ___, $1000, New York, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
ALMY, Vashti, 38, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, New York
ALMY, Jennie, 4, F, W, ___, ___, New York
[Lucas S. TUTTLE is listed in the 1867 Directory of Williamson. Lucas S. and wife Vashti TUTTLE are buried in Pleasant View Cemetery. Mrs. Tuttle lived to be 101 years old. I noticed that Vashti E. TUTTLE, not ALMY, daughter of Lucas & Vashti, b. 1832, is buried separately from her parents in the cemetery. An infant daughter of Perry & Vashti E. ALMY is buried by the TUTTLE grandparents. The IGI has limited info about this couple, but has her 1832 birth date and their alleged marriage date in 1854. The 1880 census of Williamson shows Vashti E. TUTTLE, the daughter, living with her parents, with her daughter Jennie E. ALMY, age 14. The only Perry ALMY, taking into consideration surname variants, appearing in the 1880 census resides in MI, age 41, the same age as the Perry above was in 1870. It's interesting what you can pick up on by looking at cemetery lists and tombstones. There's a story behind this - divorce, abandonment, death? - and we'd love to hear from Tuttle researchers.]

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GORDON, Lucy, 73, F, W, retired, $1000, $3000, New York
GORDON, Margaret, 35, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, New York
GORDON, James, 31, M, W, stone mason, ___, ___, New York, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
ROYS, Mary A., 45, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, New York
ROYS, James, 10, M, W, at school, ___, ___, New York, attended school in last year
[James GORDON, wife Lucy, a James GORDON b. 1831 and his wife Mary Ann ROYS are buried in Pleasant View Cemetery.]

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SMITH, Isaac, 40, M, W, cooper, $1500, $1000, Holland, parents of foreign birth, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
SMITH, Maria, 30, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, New York
SMITH, Walter, 7, M, W, at school, ___, ___, New York, father of foreign birth, attended school in last year
[Isaac SMITH, cooper, is listed in the 1867 Directory of Williamson.]

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ELTON, Noah, 62, M, W, farmer, $1300, $3000, Connecticut, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
ELTON, Mabel, 52, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, Connecticut
ELTON, Laura, 24, F, W, at home, ___, ___, New York
ELTON, George, 20, M, W, farm laborer, ___, ___, New York
ELTON, Ethel, 9, F, W, at school, ___, ___, New York
[Noah ELTON is listed in the 1867 Directory of Williamson. Noah, Mabel and two children of G.W. & D. ELTON are buried in Pleasant View Cemetery.]

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MAINS, Charles, 77, M, W, farmer, $1500, $1000, New Jersey, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
MAINS, Deborah, 67, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, New Jersey
[Chas. MAINES is listed in the 1867 Directory of Williamson. Chas. MAINES and wife Deborah are buried in Pleasant View Cemetery.]

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BREWER, Cornelius, 54, M, W, $2800, $2000, New Jersey, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
BREWER, Almira, 46, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, New York
[Cornelius BREWER is listed in the 1867 Directory of Williamson. Cornelius BREWER is buried in Lakeview Cemetery.]

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HOLLAND, John, 63, M, W, retired farmer, $4200, $1000, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
HOLLAND, Betsey, 71, F, W, keeping house ___, ___, New York
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HOLLAND, J. Henry, 49, M, W, farmer ___, $1000, New York, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
HOLLAND, Ruth A., 44, F, W, keeping house ___, ___, New Jersey
[John HOLLAND is listed in the 1867 Directory of Williamson. John HOLLAND, wife Elizabeth (Betsey) KELLERHOUSE, sons John Henry and his wife Ruth A. GILL are buried in Lakeview Cemetery.]

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MORGAN, Isaac, 69, M, W, farm laborer, $800, $500, England, parents of foreign birth, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
MORGAN, Mary C., 60, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, England, parents of foreign birth
HOLCOMB, Ledyard, 12, M, W, at school, ___, ___, England, mother of foreign birth, attended school in last year

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Page 35 [stamped p. 556 on census sheet]

Inhabitants in Williamson in the County of Wayne, State of New York, enumerated by me on the 18th day of July, 1870.
Post Office: Pultneyville C. P. Patterson, Ass't Marshal

290/291
VAN HIE, John, 37, M, W, farmer, $1800, $1500, Holland, parents of foreign birth, cannot read, cannot write, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
VAN HIE, Susan, 30, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, Holland, parents of foreign birth, cannot read, cannot write
VAN HIE, Peter, 6, M, W, ___, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth, attended school in last year
VAN HIE, Jacob, 4, M, W, ___, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth
VAN HIE, John, 8/12, M, W, ___, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth, born in August

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CLARK, John I., 58, M, W, farmer, $4000, $2000, New York, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
CLARK, Margaret, 55, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, New York
CLARK, Frances, 15, F, W, at home, ___, ___, ___, New York, attended school in last year
CLARK, Leonard, 13, M, W, at school, ___, ___, ___, New York, attended school in last year
CLARK, Charles, 11, M, W, at school, ___, ___, ___, New York, attended school in last year
[John I., wife Margaret, and Charles C. CLARK are buried in Lakeview Cemetery.]

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HANBY, Hannah, 55, F, W, keeping house, $3500, $500, England, parents of foreign birth
GRAVES, John B., 49, M, W, veterinary surgeon, ___, $500, England, parents of foreign birth, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
GRAVES, Susanna, 18, F, W, at home, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth
[There are several Hanby's in Centenary Cemetery, Sodus.]

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GIBSON, James W., 34, M, W, farmer, ___, $1500, Canada, parents of foreign birth
GIBSON, Sarah, 32, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, New York
GIBSON, Maria, 11, F, W, at school, ___, ___, Canada, father of foreign birth, attended school in last year
GIBSON, Mary, 9, F, W, at school, ___, ___, Canada, father of foreign birth, attended school in last year
GIBSON, William, 7, M, W, at school, ___, ___, Canada, father of foreign birth, attended school in last year
GIBSON, Estelle, 5, F, W, ___, ___, ___, New York, father of foreign birth
GIBSON, Hattie, 3, F, W, ___, ___, ___, New York, father of foreign birth
GIBSON, Emma, 7/12, F, W, ___, ___, ___, New York, father of foreign birth, born in October
HOOT, Robert, 22, M, W, carpenter, $1800, $1000, New York, male citizen of U.S. over age 21
[James W., wife Sarah S. and William S. GIBSON are buried in Sodus Rural Cemetery.]

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DUBOIS, Walter, 32, M, W, farmer, ___, $1200, Holland, parents of foreign birth, cannot write
DUBOIS, Chloe, 37, F, W, keeping house, ___, Holland, parents of foreign birth, cannot read, cannot write
DUBOIS, Maggie, 8, F, W, ___, ___, ___, Holland, parents of foreign birth
DUBOIS, Mary, 4, F, W, ___, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth

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THOMPSON, Ephraim, 33, M, W, farmer, ___, $2000, England, parents of foreign birth
THOMPSON, Barbara, 32, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, England, parents of foreign birth
THOMPSON, Elizabeth, 13, F, W, at school, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth, attended school in last year
THOMPSON, Alfred, 11, M, W, at school, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth, attended school in last year
THOMPSON, George, 9, M, W, at school, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth, attended school in last year
THOMPSON, Frank, 6, M, W, at school, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth, attended school in last year
THOMPSON, David, 2, M, W, ___, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth

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DeRIDER, Edward, 32, M, W, farm laborer, ___, $300, Holland, parents of foreign birth
DeRIDER, Mary, 30, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, Holland, parents of foreign birth
DeRIDER, Rosa, 6, F, W, at school, ___, ___, Holland, parents of foreign birth, attended school in last year
DeRIDER, Lewis, 4, F, W, ___, ___, ___, Holland, parents of foreign birth
DeRIDER, John, 1, M, W, ___, ___, ___, New York, parents of foreign birth

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SUNVILLE, Jacob, 32, M, W, farm laborer, ___, ___, Holland, parents of foreign birth, cannot read, cannot write
SUNVILLE, Janette, 34, F, W, keeping house, ___, ___, Holland, parents of foreign birth, cannot read, cannot write
[This is likely SONNEVILLE. A Nellie M. SONNEVILLE and an Isaac J. SONNEVILLE are listed in both Sunnyside Cemetery and in Williamson Cemetery, same individuals. The 1931 Newark Directory shows a Jacob SONNEVILLE, possibly their son who's listed as age 2 on this census.]

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