Biographical Sketch of Lewis S. Halsey

Lewis, L. Halsey, of Hyde Park, son of David and Julia (Smith) Lewis, was born in the town of Blooming Grove, N. Y., Dec. 2, 1853. He received his education in the schools of New York City and Michigan, and when his education was completed, learned the printer’s trade at Middletown, N. Y. August 18,

Biographical Sketch of Francis Smalley

Francis Smalley, from Norwich Vt., made the first settlement on the farm now owned by Ira Cobleigh, on road 21 in Hyde Park. He married Martha P., daughter of Capt. Hyde, the union being blessed with six children, three of whom now reside at Hyde Park village, Abel P., Diadama, widow of L. H. Noyes,

Biographical Sketch of Erastus Fitch

Erastus Fitch, son of Darius, was born at Hyde Park in 1811, on the old Fitch farm, now owned by his son, Vernon D. Erastus married Sarah Brigham, of Morristown, reared a family of three children, and died in 1845. His wife survived him ten years, dying in 1855. Vernon D. was born on the

Biographical Sketch of Oliver Noyes

Oliver Noyes made the first settlement on the farm now owned by his grandson, Edgar Noyes, on road 47. Oliver’s son. Breed, kept the first store in Hyde Park, in the old house yet standing on the farm. Breed died December 28, 5834. Edgar was born on the homestead in 1818, married Jane Cook, and

Biographical Sketch of Nathaniel P. Sawyer

Nathaniel P. Sawyer, from Haverhill, Mass., came to this town in 1790, and located at Hyde Park village, where he built the first frame house, which is still standing, at the east end of Main street, owned by James M. Hill.

Biographical Sketch of Josiah Jones

Josiah Jones made the first clearing on the farm now owned by his son, Lorenzo P., on road 4 in Hyde Park. He reared a family of eight children, and died February 14, 1870.

Biographical Sketch of Ebenezer Barnes

Ebenezer Barnes, from Brandon, Vt., came to Hyde Park in 1837, and located upon the farm now occupied by his son, Eben, on road 202. Eben was ten years of age when his father came here. He married Esther W. Davis, and has one daughter. Ebenezer died in 1850, his wife in 1880.

Hyde Park, Lamoille County, Vermont Directory

(For explanations, etc., see main page) Allen Franklin M., (North Hyde Park) r i, farmer 110, with L. F. 75. Allen Leonard F., (North Hyde Park) r 23, justice of the peace, and farmer 48, with Frank 95. Allen Mary H., (North Hyde Park) r 4, widow of James. *AMBLER MYRON, (Hyde Park) r 39,

1840 Census Index, Hyde Park Twp., Lamoille County, Vermont

Name Page Adams, Joshua 14 Adpices, Simeon 16 Allen, Ira 18 Allen, Smith 15 Bader, Joseph 14 Bartlett, Charles L. 13 Bedervill, William 13 Bidwell, John 17 Billing, Luther 17 Bliske, Caleb 14 Boges, Joseph 18 Boges, William L. 18 Bondman, Elisha 13 Boyer, Hugh 18 Bradman, Almond 16 Bran, Solomon 17 Brown, Oliver 14

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