For the location of the lots and names of land owners in 1875 view the
1875 Beers Atlas sheet
for the Town of Cazenovia.
Adams, C.H., gunsmith and farmer, born Madison County, 1848, PO Cazenovia; wire, Mary Hammond Adams, born Herkimer County 1851.
Adams George M., farmer, born Dutchess County 1815, settled 1831, PO Cazenovia; wife, M. Adams, born Madison County 1829.
Alvord, Job, retired farmer, born MA, 1800, settled 1805; 1st wife, Sukey Alvord, born MA, 1801, died 1864; 2d wife, Susan Alvord, born Onondaga County, 1831, died 1871, daughter Susan Alvord Smith, born Madison County 1833.
Atkinson, James, born Yorkshire, England 1827, settled 1832 farmer, PO Cazenovia; wife S. Peck Atkinson, born Madison County, 1834; father William Atkinson, born England 1799 settled 1832 died 1871.
Atkinson, John, miller, born England, 1825 settled 1831 owns and runs the Bingley mills, the oldest and best flooring mill in Madison County in operation 54 years; wife L.C. Morse, born Madison County 1830.
Atkinson, William, miller, born England, 1800 settled 1831, died 1873.
Atwell, George H., PO Cazenovia.
Baker, Almon, farmer born Otsego County 1825, settled 1864, PO Cazenovia.
Beebe, O.E., creamery, born Onondaga County 1846, settled 1876; wife, Hattie Webster, born Onondaga County, 1845, Mattie Beebe, born Onondaga County 1868.
Bentley, Daniel, farmer, born Chenango County 1822, settled 1865, PO New Woodstock, 1st wife E.C. Burdick born Madison County 1820, died 1861, 2d wife M. Cresson, born Broome County 1832.
Blair, Orrin A., farmer, born Madison County 1823, PO Cazenovia;
wife, Eunice Allen born Madison County 1827, daughter, Annie A.
born Madison County 1861.
Blodgett, Arba, farmer, 253 acres, born Eaton, Madison County, March 20, 1807, PO Cazenovia; wife, Adaline Wilbur Blodgett, born Nelson, Madison County May 18, 1811, married February 24, 1831; 5 children.
Blodgett, David, farmer, born MA, 1751, settled 1795, died 1826.
Blodgett, Ozem, farmer, born MA, 1780, settled 1795, died 1836; wife; Mary Anderson, born MA, 1785, died 1862, daughter of William Anderson that settled in Madison County 1795.
Bowers, S.L., farmer, born Madison County, PO Cazenovia.
Brown, Charles, of Charles Brown & Son dealers in stoves, tin and sheet iron ware, born Madison County 1819, PO Cazenovia; wife, Helen White, born Onondaga County 1824, married 1843.
Brown, Frank L., born Madison County 1857, PO Cazenovia.
Brown, George H., born Madison County 1848, PO Cazenovia.
Buel, Timothy, farmer, born Columbia County 1818, settled 1844, PO Cazenovia; wife A. Borden, born Madison County, 1826.
Bump, John F., farmer, born Onondaga County 1812, settled 1844, PO Cazenovia; wife E.L. Savage, born Madison County 1837.
Bumpus, H. (given as Bumpers), farmer, 127 acres, born Madison County 1838, PO Cazenovia; wife, Elizabeth Slocum, born Madison County 1837, married 1864; one daughter, Annie L. Bumpus (Bumpers), born Madison County 1869.
Burgess, Celim, farmer, PO New Woodstock born on the place where
he now lives May 23, 1805, 75 acres; 1st wife, Margaret
Cady born Columbia County, NY, married 1834, one child; 2d wife, Mary J Daly, born Fabius (Onondaga County) married 1859.
Burgess, Levy, farmer, born MA 1777, settled 1800, died 1863.
Burton, Rodney, farmer, born Madison County 1817, 29 ½ acres of land; wife, E. Young Burton, born Madison County 1820, married 1840, two children; his father served in the war of 1812 under Captain Munger of the town of Fenner and his widow drew his pension until her death in 1879 aged 92.
Cadwell, Patrick, farmer 10 acres garden, born Ireland, 1813 settled 1846, PO Cazenovia; wife, Bridget Clark Cadwell, born Ireland, 1813, 5 children.
Chappell, Charles A., farmer, 110 acres, born Madison County 1851, PO Cazenovia; wife C.B. Woodard, born Madison County 1853, children 2.
Chilson, M. Nichols, Mrs., born Albany County 1808, settled Madison County 1840, PO Oran.
Clark, A.B., blacksmith, born Onondaga County 1811, a 1839, PO Cazenovia; wife, J.A. Dunbar, settled 1832.
Clark, Elijah T., farmer gardener and fruit grower, born Madison County 1823, PO Oran; wife, Julia Chilson, born Orange County 1828, Married 1854: one son. His farm of 50 acres is noted for the Indian fortification and the many relics found thereon. 80 bushels of strawberries were picked and sold from this farm in 1879.
Clark, F.C. Webster, born Madison County 1845.
Clark, Isaac J., farmer, born Madison County 1844, PO Cazenovia.
Colwell, James, farmer, born Herkimer County 1811, settled 1818, PO Cazenovia, wife A.R. Colwell, born Montgomery County 1814, died 1875, 3 children, - William, Samuel and Charles; 114 acres.
Cook, C., auctioneer, 122 acres, born Madison County 1842, PO Cazenovia, (wife) Agnes Marten, born Albany County 1842, married 1862; 3 children. Great-grandfather, Jesse Cook, was captain in the revolutionary army, settled at an early date in Sullivan, buried in town of Cazenovia.
Cook, C.J., residence (and PO?) New Woodstock, proprietor hotel, born Onondaga County 1837, settled 1840.
Cook, Coonrad, farmer, born Montgomery County 1805, settled 1840, PO Cazenovia; wife, Annis H. Cook, born Madison County 1801.
Cooper, Harrison, farmer, born Madison County 1841, PO Chittenango Falls; wife S.J. Beal, born England, 1847, married 1860; 2 children.
Crandall, Perry, proprietor Cazenovia Hotel, PO Cazenovia.
Cunningham, W.L., born MA 1809 settled 1827, farmer; wife, Sally Wales Cunningham, born MA 1810 settled 1830. Edwin Cunningham, born Madison County 1843, farmer.
Dean, D.P., grocer and general merchandise, born Madison County 1829, PO Cazenovia; wife A.N. Latham, born Chenango County 1834.
DeClercq, G.C., farmer born Madison County 1842, PO Cazenovia; wife, Nancy Richmond, born Madison County 1845.
DeClercq, Henry, farmer born in Holland about 1760, settled Madison County about 1780 (could not have been 1780).
DeClercq, Peter, farmer, born Madison County 1809, died 1873.
Dewey, Charles, farmer, born Madison County 1857, PO Oran.
Dewey, Marcus B., farmer, PO Oran, born Madison County 1808, died August 20, 1873; widow Ann N. Dewey, born Rensselaer County 1812, married 1832, 12 children, four of whom are dead; 90 acres.
Dickson, J.S., farmer, born Onondaga County 1833, settled 1871, wife, Mary Foote, born Madison County 1839.
Donnelly, N., farmer, born Ireland 1826 settled 1865, PO Cazenovia; wife, C. Ryan, born Ireland 1839; 6 children; 60 acres.
Downer, William B., PO Cazenovia, farmer and gardener, 22 acres,
born Fenner, December 12, 1815; wife, Harriet L. Fay, born Fenner, married February 26, 1839; 8 children, 3 dead.
Drake, Alfred, farmer, born Madison County 1817, died 1872.
Drake, Louisa, Mrs., widow of Alfred Drake, born VT, 1819, settled 1835.
Estes, Joseph, farmer born RI 1800, settled Madison County 1808.
Estes, William, farmer born Madison County 1808.
Ferry, O.P., resident and PO New Woodstock, builder, born Madison County 1831; wife Helen L. Elmore, born Madison County 1842.
Fox, Ehle, farmer, PO Cazenovia, 50 acres, born Montgomery County 1809, settled 1811; wife E. Lawrence, born Herkimer County 1820; 3 children living.
Freeborn, L.W., residence and PO New Woodstock, farmer, born Madison County 1819; wife R.L. Morse, born Madison County 1828; 8 children.
Fuller, A.J., farmer, 60 acres, born Fulton County 1850, settled 1865, PO Peterboro; wife H. Cooper, born Madison County 1852; 2 children.
Fuller, Ebenezer, born CT, 1772, settled Madison County 1800, died 1858.
Fuller, John H., sheep and stock dealer, born Madison County 1809, PO New Woodstock wife, S. Gardner, born Madison County 1827.
Gage, Salmon, farmer, 56 acres, born Windham County, CT, July 28, 1794, settled 1803, PO New Woodstock; wife Irene Howe, born Windham County, CT; married December 29, 1819. Have celebrated the 60th anniversary of their marriage; 4 children.
Gage, Sylvanus H., farmer, 3 acres, born New Woodstock, Madison County, March 26, 1826, PO New Woodstock: wife Samantha L. Ackley born Chenango County 1831, married February 19, 1850; one child.
Gridley, Timothy, farmer, 191 acres, PO Manlius, born Madison County 1803; wife Elizabeth Hesler, born Montgomery County 1818, settled 1817, married 1838, six children - five girls and one boy; father Colonel or General Timothy Gridley, upon whose staff he served as Aide (War of 1812).
Gunn & Tucker, general merchants, clothing, groceries, flour feed, &c., PO New Woodstock.
Harter, Philip, farmer, 81 acres, PO Cazenovia, born Herkimer County 1802, settled 1826; wife, Catharine Miller, born Herkimer County 1802, married June 10, 1821; 5 children living and 6 dead. Mr. Harter's grandfather was taken prisoner in 1776 by the Indians while engaged in his mill at Little Falls and held for six months, enduring much suffering.
Hesler, Emery E., farmer 300 acres, born Cazenovia March 7, 1839, died October 4, 1870; wife Libbie M. Stewart, born Oneida, Madison County 1842, married March 13, 1868; son, Stewart E. born Cazenovia October 7, 1877.
Hesler, Ephraim B., farmer formerly carpenter and joiner, born Canajoharie, Montgomery County October 28, 1811, 100 acres, settled 1814, PO Cazenovia, has been road commissioner; wife, Charlotte Mills Morris born Madison County 1808; married September 7, 1829; 3 children all deceased.
Hesler, James A., farmer, 105 acres, born Madison County 1828, PO Cazenovia; wife, H.E. Phinney, born Madison County 1835; married Sept. 2, 1851; two children - Granger P. and Hollister E.
Hoyt, J.B., retired born Oneida County 1806, settled 1852, PO Cazenovia.
Jackson, E. Steele, farmer born VT 1775, settled 1798, died 1847.
Jackson, E.S., farmer, born Madison County 1809, died 1878; widow, Mrs. E.S. Clough Jackson, born Madison County 1821, PO Cazenovia.
Jackson, James, farmer born Madison County 1825 PO Cazenovia; wife, Charlotte Wilson, born NH, about 1824, settled 1848.
Johnson, A.A. (given as A.O.), photographer, PO Cazenovia.
Keeler, John S., dealer in pianos, organs, sheet music, &c. PO Cazenovia.
Kenyon, John, farmer, born Onondaga County 1805, settled 1829, wife, Samantha Kenyon, born Madison County 1805, died 1859; sons, William Kenyon, student, born Madison County 1845, died 1879, Albert Kenyon, student, born Madison County 1839 died 1859, and Enos Kenyon, student, born Madison County 1851 died 1874.
Kenyon, S. Spencer, professor, born Madison County 1842, PO Chicago (IL?).
Kingsbury, A.J., manufacturer of cheese, owns the first cheese factory built in Madison County average annual product over 13,000 lbs; born Madison County 1848, PO Cazenovia.
Mage, John Henry, farmer, 160 acres, born Madison County 1838, PO Cazenovia, 1st wife, T.M. White, born Onondaga County, married 1864 died 1867; 2d wife, L.D. Eastman, born Madison County 1837, married April 26, 1869; 1 child, Eastman, Philip J. (Philip J. Eastman), born Madison County 1837, married 1861, enlisted 1861 in the 8lst regiment, killed at Cold Harbor, 1864. (NOTE by DHW: John Henry Eastman's second wife was Elizabeth D. May, the widow of Philip J. Eastman, who was killed at Cold Harbor in 1864. JHM & LDEM may have had a son whom they named after PJE but they could not have been one and the same!)
Maynard, Nathan, born MA 1789, settled 1800, died 1821.
Maynard, S.E., retired farmer, born Madison County 1819, PO Cazenovia; wife, S.A. Sherman, born Eaton, Madison County, 1821.
Miller, Charles B., undertaker, born Cortland County 1836, settled 1869, PO Cazenovia.
Mitchell, Robert, farmer, 77 acres, born Scotland 1809 settled 1838; 1st wife, C. Harvey, born Madison County 1808, married 1831, died 1860, 2d wife, Trusty Morrisey, born Scotland 1815, married 1862, died 1873.
Montague, Harriett L., born Madison County 1832
Montague, Harriet Abbey, Mrs. born Hartford, CT, 1796, settled 1801.
Montague, Linus (given as Lennis), born Madison County 1799, died 1879
Montague, Oreb, born MA, 1759, settled 1780 (cannot be 1780), died 1825.
Montague, Richard P., born Madison County 1825.
Montague, Weed, born Madison County 1827.
Morse, Gershom, farmer, born VT 1796 settled 1815; wife, Nancy Stone, born MA 1795, settled 1815.
Morse, J.J., farmer and assessor, born Madison County 1846, PO New Woodstock, wife, A. Sales, born Onondaga County 1849.
Morse, Jared, farmer, born Onondaga County 1812, settled 1835 died 1854.
Morse, S.A., farmer, born Madison Co, 1834, PO New Woodstock.
Morse, Silas E., carriage and sleigh manufacturer, PO New Woodstock, born Wallingford, CT, October 7, 1824, settled 1839, owns 56 acres. Has been postmaster wife; Sarah J. Bell, born Perry, NY, married October 30, 1851; one daughter.
Mulligan, Michael, farmer, 41 acres, born Ireland 1814, settled 1842, PO Cazenovia; wife, Margaret Stapleton, born Ireland 1827, married 1853; 4 children.
Nourse, Joel, farmer, born Washington County 1808, settled 1816.
Nourse, Lysander, residence and PO Chittenango Falls, carpenter and joiner, born Fenner, August 30, 1816, was enrolling officer 1863-1864, now justice of the peace; wife, Sabrina M. Woodworth, born January 15, 1819, married February 24, 1842; eight children. four living, viz: Orlow L. born 1848, served in Union Army; Irving, born 1850, M.E. clergyman; Herbert J. born 1852; Charlotte, born 1854.
Nourse, S. Harvey, farmer and supervisor, born Madison County 1834; wife C.S. Elmore, born Madison County 1833; daughter, Nellie T. born Madison County 1860.
Page Reed, farmer and builder, born CT, 1810, settled 1815, died 1878.
Paige, William H., farmer, 100 acres, born Manlius, Onondaga County, January 18, 1837, settled April 2, 1849, PO Chittenango; wife, Sophia C. Adams, born Madison County 1837, married November 4,1801; children 2. - Clara Paige, born 1864, Emma Paige, born 1865.
Parslow, Joseph T., farmer, born Chenango County 1850, settled 1869, PO New Woodstock; wife Mary Burdick, born Chenango County 1841, married 1869, children 3.
Perkins, G.H., farmer born Madison County 1844, PO Cazenovia; wife, Lucretia Niles, born Madison County 1844.
Perkins, Stillman, farmer, born MA, 1796, settled 1803, died 1864.
Perkins, W.L., farmer, cheese manufacturer and proprietor creamery (W.L. Perkins &Co.), born Madison County 1800, PO Cazenovia.
Perkins, Willis C., firm of W.L. Perkins & Company, born Madison County 1804, PO Cazenovia.
Pond, James, farmer, born Madison County 1840, PO Cazenovia; wife, Lucy Jane B. Pond, born Cortland County 1818, settled 1840; (children) Charles D. Pond, born Madison County 1863, Agnes S. Pond, born Madison County 1867.
Pond, Munson, born Cortland County 1803, settled 1810, died 1871.
Preston, E.A., musician and farmer, 70 acres, born CT, 1799, settled 1806; wife B. Bennett, born Onondaga County 1804, married 1823; children 2.
Preston, Rufus, farmer and tailor, born CT, 1796, settled 1806.
Putnam, Oscar F., PO Cazenovia farmer, 67 acres, born Madison County 1829; wife Elizabeth Hutchinson, born Madison County 1829, married 1851, children 2. - Osgood L., and Helen C.
Roach, Michael, farmer, born Ireland 1821, settled 1850, PO Cazenovia 1st wife M Lynch born Ireland, 1821,died in Cazenovia 1854. 2d wife Julia Murphy, born Ireland 1820.
Scott, Andrew, farmer, born Madison County 1834, PO Cazenovia; wife Margaret Durkan, born Ireland 1832, settled 1849.
Scott, Henry, farmer, born Madison County 1828, PO Cazenovia; wife Polexina Scott, settled 1834.
Scott, John, farmer, born Madison County 1839, PO Cazenovia; wife Mary Wish, born Madison County 1842.
Scott, Samuel, farmer, born Ireland 1789, settled 1804, died 1876.
Sherman, W.C., farmer, born Madison County 1828, PO Cazenovia; wife M. Goodrich, born Madison County 1835.
Sherman, William, born VT 1796, settled 1820, died 1875.
Snyder, O.P., farmer, born Madison County 1842, PO Cazenovia, was wounded in the late war wife; R.E. Doolittle, born Madison County 1849, married 1867; children 4.
Stanley, Joseph, farmer, born Madison County 1803, PO Cazenovia. Mr. S. owns and lives upon the farm purchased and cleared by his father in 1802.
Storke, William L., residence Cazenovia, attorney-at-law in State and United States Circuit Courts, born Coventry, Chenango County, December 31, 1808, settled October 4, 1857, has held office of notary public wife; Anna Perkins born CT, married November 27, 1846, died February 9, 1872; no children.
Sweetland, Lyman, retired farmer, born Washington County 1800, settled 1809; wife Sarah Ehle, born Madison County 1810. Mr. S. has in his possession a crowbar used on the fortifications at Bunker Hill, and has many Indian relics.
Talbott, Charles J., farmer, born Madison County 1842, PO Cazenovia.
Talbott, Delia Wyman, Mrs., widow of Hiram T., born Oneida County 1821, settled 1825, PO Cazenovia.
Talbott, Emily F., born Madison County 1839, PO Cazenovia.
Talbott, Hiram, farmer, 75 acres, born Madison County 1803, died 1877.
Taylor, Fred M., PO Cazenovia.
Thompson, A.J., farmer, born Madison County 1836, PO Cazenovia; wife M. Sanders, born Chenango County 1851.
Thompson, Gideon (given as Gid), farmer, born Madison County, PO Cazenovia.
Thurber, Edward, farmer 160 acres, born Madison County 1804, PO New Woodstock; wife M. Bond, born Madison County; son John E. born Madison County 1843, PO New Woodstock.
Tooly, Edward S., sailor and farmer, 10 acres, born England 1800, settled 1847, PO Delphi; wife Ann Tooly, born Watertown, NY, 1810; children 4.
Tucker, (see Gunn & Tucker).
Tucker, F.W., born Madison County 1856; wife Hattie Mosley, born Madison County 1857.
Underwood, Charles K., Hon., farmer, 176 acres, born New Woodstock, September 4, 1848, PO New Woodstock, served as clerk in Assembly and was on of the committee on roads and bridges for 1878-1879; wife Mertie L. Stanton, born Onondaga County, February 7, 1853, married September 12, 1871.
Underwood, Marcus L., farmer, supervisor and school commissioner, born Madison County 1796, died 1878.
Underwood, Marvel, farmer and builder, settled 1790 (could not have been 1790), one of the oldest settlers from CT having a grant bearing the date about 1773, from George 3d.
Watson Reuben, farmer, born Schoharie County 1771, settled 1816, died 1815.
Watson, Sylvester, farmer and contractor, born Schoharie County 1809, settled 1816; wife, A. Burton, born Madison County 1814.
Worlock, Cyrus, proprietor plaster and lime mill, born Madison County August 2, 1836, PO Cazenovia; wife Cynthia A. Webber, born Madison County March 21, 1834, married February 9, 1859.
Wormuth, Abram, farmer, 112 acres, born Montgomery County 1809,
settled 1827; wife, Mary A. Loucks, born 1812; children 4.