Early the next year he brought in his family with an ox-team, the snow being still deep, with a crust hard enough to bear up a man, but not the oxen.
One of these boys is now a wealthy citizen of Jamestown.
Eddy, Edwin Coleman,.
April, Charles Ross,.But, like other works of its class, it was long since superseded by more extensive factories.The First National Bank of Jamestown was organized for the purpose of doing a general banking business.Saxton, James Marshall, and others served as apprentices under him.Shadrach Scofield, David Waterbury, and Henry Walker, from Saratoga., says the State Gazetter, made the first settlement in the south part of the town, in 1810.Fenton came the next year ; and John Frew, early in 1812.Com'rs of High- ways Thomas McClintock, James Dunn, Arthur Bell.Clinton as ensign and lieutenant of the militia, and as commissioner of deeds.The" of the state of New York was about 3,500,000.
He was the first supervisor of Ripley, after its formation, r8i6, and was appointed a justice of the peace in 1818.
He raised his head, and shouted : " I have found them!" The shout was carried along the whole line, and guns and horns announced to the anxious waiters the joyful tidings.
Relf Commissioners of Schools Nahum Darrow, John Bartlett, Joseph Parmer.
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Breed then built a shop for cabinet-making on the west side of Pine echange de maison a la vente street, above Third, and after one year took into partnership his brother John.
Lydia Kidder, died in infancy.When the country was new and covered with forest timber, the smaller streams furnished water sufficient to propel saw-mills a considerable portion of the year; and nearly every water-fall was improved.The names of many of the early and temporary settlers are omitted.Brigham, Willard., Brockway, Burban, Brown, Samuel.After which he was absent for several years, and finally returned and became a permanent citizen." early settlement OF THE county.A very large pair of shears, on which is sunk the number 1428, supposed to be the year when it was made ; presented by Willis Royce, of Ripley.In Nov., 18 19, he opened an office in Warren,., and in March, 1820, was admitted as attorney in the court of common pleas of Warren.,.Later physicians, John.Where the mission- aries have introduced the Bible and the precepts of Christianity, the arts of husbandry and domestic life are constantly advancing.Levi, who married Lucy Steward, and lives at Panama; had 5 children : Lucy., who died at 21 ; Celina., wife of 440 history OF chautauqua county.His children were : Wilham ; Isaac, who was in the war of 1812, and died in Tennessee ; George, who was a justice in Kian- tone; James, who removed to Kentucky; Maria, and Jane.