Catskill Village Records

1806- 1821

Transcribed by Scott Wichmann from original books in the Village of Catskill Offices

Transcription made possible by the generous support of Sylvia Magin, Delia Cross, and Sharon Henke

This first book of the minutes of the Village of Catskill has water damage, which has resulted in parts of some early pages being illegible.


Access to the original records kindly granted by Vincent Seeley, Catskill Village President


An ACT to vest certain Powers in the Freeholders and Inhabitants

of the Village of Catskill, in the County of Greene.

Passed March 14, 1806

I.          Be it enacted by the People of the State of New-York, represented in Senate and Assembly, That the district of country contained within the following bounds, that is to say:  beginning at the Hudson river, at the mouth of the kill called Piez or Stuck; thence north seventy-six degrees forty-two minutes west, to the northwest corner of Lindsay’s patent; thence due west to the Susquehannah turnpike road; thence in a direct line to the Catskill creek, at the northwest corner of the lands of Hubartus Dubois; thence along the west bounds of his land to the farm of Frederick Smith; thence easterly along the north bounds of his farm, to the northeast corner thereof; thence in a direct line to a stake and stones, three chains south of Rams-horn creek; thence to the channel of the Hudson’s river; thence up the same opposite to the place of beginning; thence to the place of beginning, shall continue to be known and distinguished by the name of the village of Catskill; and the freeholders and inhabitants who are qualified to vote at the town meetings, who may from time to time reside within the aforesaid limits, shall annually on the first Monday of May, meet at some proper place to be appointed by the trustees, and notified to the inhabitants thereof at least one week previous thereto, and then and there proceed to choose five discreet freeholders, resident within the said village to be trustees thereof, who when chosen, shall possess the several powers and rights herein after specified, and the trustees shall preside at such meeting, and shall declare the several persons having the greatest number of votes as duly chosen trustees.

II.        And be it further enacted, That all the freeholders residing within the aforesaid limits, be and they are hereby ordained, constituted and declared to be from time to time, and for ever hereafter a body politic and corporate, in fact and in name, by the name of the Trustees of the Village of Catskill, and by that name they and their successors for ever, shall and may have perpetual succession, and be persons in law capable of suing and being sued, and of defending in all courts and places whatsoever, in all manner of actions, complaints and causes whatsoever, and that they and their successors may have a common seal and may change and alter the same at pleasure, and that the said trustees

and their successors shall be in law capable of purchasing, holding and conveying any estate real or personal for the public use of the said village, and erecting any public buildings for the use of the said village, and of raising money by tax for erecting those public buildings or making any other necessary repairs or improvements, which money so to be raised shall be assessed upon the freeholders and inhabitants of the said village according to law, by not less than three nor more than five judicious assessors, who shall be freeholders in said village, to be by the freeholders and others qualified to vote for trustees, chosen at their annual meetings and collected by the collector of the corporation in like manner as the taxes of towns and counties are collected, by virtue of a warrant to him directed by a majority of the trustees:  Provided nevertheless, That no taxes shall be levied, assessed or collected, for erecting public buildings or making any other necessary repairs or improvements, without the consent of the freeholders and inhabitants of the said village qualified to vote at town meetings, or the major part thereof in open meeting first obtained.

III.       And be it further enacted, That it shall be lawful for the trustees of the said village, or the major part of them and their successors, to make, ordain, constitute and publish such prudential bye-laws, rules and regulations, as they from time to ttime may deem meet and proper, and such in particular as are relative to public markets within the said village; relative to streets, alleys and highways of the said village, and draining, paving, keeping in order and improving the same; relative to slaughterhouses and nuisances generally; relative to a town-watch, and lighting the streets of the said village; relative to the number of taverns or inns to be licensed in the said village; relative to the restraining geese, swine or cattle of any kind; relative to the better improving their common lands; relative to the inspection of weights and measures; relative to keeping and regulating hay-scales; and relative to any thing whatsoever that may concern the public and good government of the said village, but no such bye-laws shall extend to the regulating or ascertaining the prices of any commodities or articles of provision, except the article of bread, that may be offer for sale:  Provided also, that such bye-laws be not contrary to or inconsistent with the laws and statutes of this state or of the United States.

IV.       And be it further enacted, That the said trustees or the major part of them, as often as they shall make, ordain and publish any bye-laws for the purposes aforesaid, may make, ordain, limit and provide such reasonable fines against the offenders of such laws, as they may think proper, not exceeding twenty-five dollars for any one offence, to be prosecuted and recovered before any justice of the peace or court having cognizance of the same, by the trustees, to and for the use of the said corporation.

V.        And be it further enacted, That it shall be lawful for the trustees of the said village of Catskill, or the major part of them and their successors, to make, ordain, constitute and publish a bye-law, prohibiting any baker or other person within the limits aforesaid, from selling any bread at any higher price or rate, than bread of the like quality at the time of such sale shall be assized in and for the city of New-York, by the corporation of the said city, under the penalty of one dollar for every offence, to be prosecuted and recovered by the said trustees,  before any justice of the peace residing in the said village of Catskill, or within the county of Greene, in an action of debt with costs of suit, for the use of the said corporation.

VI.       And be it further enacted, That the freeholders and inhabitants, who are entitled to vote for trustees as aforesaid, at their annual meetings in every year hereafter, to be held for choosing trustees, or at any other meeting duly notified, shall and they are hereby authorized and empowered to choose not less than three nor more than five judicious inhabitants, being freeholders, as assessors, one treasurer, being also a freeholder, and one collector; and that at every such election the person or persons having the greatest number of votes for such offices respectively, shall be deemed to be duly chosen; and in case a vacancy shall happen by the death of any one of the assessors, the treasurer or collector, it shall be the duty of the trustees or the manor part of them, within ten days thereafter, to appoint some suitable person to fill such vacancy, and the person so to be appointed shall be vested with the like powers, and subject to the like penalties and restrictions, as if elected by the freeholders and inhabitants of the said village as above mentioned.

VII.     And be it further enacted, That the trustees, treasurer, collector and assessors, shall within ten days after every election, and before they proceed to the exercise of their several offices, respectively take and subscribe an oath or affirmation, before any justice of the peace in the said village or within the county of Greene, for the faithful execution of the trust or office to which they may be severally elected.

VIII.    And be it further enacted, That the treasurer and collector hereafter to be elected, shall, before they enter on the execution of their offices respectively, give such security for the faithful performance of the trust reposed in them, as the major part of the trustees for the time being shall deem sufficient.

IX.       And be it further enacted, That if any one of the inhabitants of the said village, qualified as aforesaid, shall hereafter be elected or chosen a trustee, or to the office of assessor, and having notice of his said election, shall refuse or neglect to take upon him the trust or office to which he be so elected, it shall and may be lawful for the trustees, or a major part of them, to assess and impose upon every such person so neglecting or refusing, such reasonable fine or fines as the said trustees, or a major part of them, may think fit, so as no such fine for each refusal or neglect, shall exceed the sum of twenty dollars; all which said fines shall and may be recovered by action of debt, before any justice of the peace in the said village, or within the county of Greene, or any court having cognizance of the same, to be recovered and received by the said trustees, to and for the use of the said corporation; that in all cases where the trustees of the village of Catskill, are authorized or required to sue or prosecute for any debts, penalties, fines or forfeitures by virtue of this act, it shall be sufficient for the said trustees, in any suit or action to be brought for any such debt, penalty, fine or forfeiture, to declare generally that the defendant is indebted to the said trustees when thereunto required, and under such declaration to give the special matter in evidence.

            And whereas it is necessary for the good government of the said village, that it should be more particularly the business of some one of the trustees of the said village, to attend to its more immediate concerns—Therefore,

X.        Be it further enacted, That the trustees, within ten days after their being elected, in every year thereafter, or the major part of them, shall and it is hereby made their duty to assemble in some convenient place in the said village, and there to choose and appoint some one suitable person of their body, to be president of the said board of trustees, whose duty it shall be when present, to preside at the meeting of the trustees, to order extraordinary meetings of the trustees whenever he may find it for the interest of the village so to do, to receive complaints of the breach of any of the laws, so see that all the bye-laws, rules and ordinances are faithfully executed, and prosecute in the name of the trustees all offenders against such bye-laws, and whose duty it shall be more particularly to see that the public property belonging to the said village, be suitable and properly taken care of and kept in order, and to do such other acts and things as may be proper for him as president of the board of trustees to do; and in case of the absence, death or disability of the president to discharge the several duties before mentioned, his place shall be supplied in the manner hereafter to be provided for, by the bye-laws of the said corporation.

XI.       And be it further enacted, That the collector shall within such time as shall hereafter be provided for by the bye-laws of the said corporation, next after the receipt of his warrant for collecting the tax that may have been ordered to be raised, collect, and pay the same to the treasurer, and that all monies which may at any time be in the hands of the treasurer, shall be liable to be drawn out by the trustees or the major part of them, and applied and disposed of as shall have been directed by the said trustees.

XII.     And be it further enacted, That the said trustees shall keep a just and accurate account of their necessary expenses and disbursements, and on exhibiting the same to the treasurer, shall be entitled to receive the amount thereof out of any monies in the treasury; and that the treasurer, collector and assessors, shall be paid for their several services, such suitable compensation as the legal voters of the said corporation, or a majority of them, at their annual meetings shall deem reasonable and proper.

XIII.    And be it further enacted, That it shall not be lawful for the said corporation, to purchase or hold any real estate whatsoever, not lying or being within the limits of the said corporation.

            And whereas the village or district above described, lies on each side of the Catskill creek—Therefore,

XIV.    Be it further enacted, That all monies raised, assessed or collected for any purpose mentioned in this act, shall be raised, assessed and collected, from the inhabitants residing on that side of the creek where the improvement is made or other purpose required.

XV.     And be it further enacted, That this act be and is hereby declared to be a public act, and shall be confirmed benignly and favorably, for every beneficial purpose herein intended.

XVI.    And be it further enacted, That the trustees so to be elected and their successors for ever, shall be ex-officio trustees of the said company or companies now or hereafter to be provided, in pursuance of an act, entitled “An act for the better extinguishing fires in the village of Catskill, in the county of Albany, passed 1st April, 1797,” and of the act amendatory thereof, with all the powers thereby given; and that so much of the said act as regulates the election of trustees of the fire company in the said village, be and the same is hereby repealed.      Provided always,

XVII.  And be it further enacted, That in all taxes for the paving the streets in the said village, the same shall be assessed on the several inhabitants thereof, in proportion to the advantages such inhabitants shall receive thereby.  

[Due to water damage, the Catskill Village minutes pages which copy this New York Law are virtually unreadable.  Therefore the Law itself has been typed here instead.]  

State of New York
     
Secretary’s Office

                                    I Certify the preceding to be a true Copy of an original Act of the Legislature now on file in this Office/ third sheet page 2d the word “may” & last sheet page 1st the letter “n” interlined

                                                                                    Albany  March 21st 1806
                                                                                               
H. Tillofson, Secry

Chapr. 15th      An act to amend an act entitled an act to vest certain powers in the freeholders and inhabitants of the Village of Catskill, Passed 17 Feb 1810

            Be it enacted by the people of the State of New York represented in Senate and Assembly that the trustees of the said village of Catskill and their successors shall be, and hereby are authorized and empowered to alter and lay out such alleys, lanes, and streets within the limits of the said Corporation as they shall deem necessary and that the owner or owners of the land through which such alley, lane or street shall be altered or laid out, shall be paid such damages by the said corporation as he or they may thereby sustain which damages shall be ascertained and assessed in the same manner as is prescribed in the fifteenth section of the act entitled an act to regulate highways passed 8 April 1801—And be it further enacted that the village of Catskill as described in the act of

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enjoined upon the said commissioners of highways, and subject to the like restrictions and appeals.---

And whereas doubts have arisen whether any portion of the provision whereby the said Village are authorized to raise by tax could be assessed upon the non resident owners of real estate lying in the said Village

            Be it further enacted that the assessors of the said Village shall assess the taxes which shall hereafter be legally laid upon the inhabitants of said village and upon the owners of real estate lying in the said village both resident and non resident according to the provision of the act hereby amended, respect being had to the probable advantage which will result to the individuals respectively from the improvements contemplated to be made by such tax.

And be it further enacted that the person in possession of any real estate in the said village at the time any tax is to be collected shall be liable to pay the tax assessed thereon & in case such person is not bound by agreement or other wise to pay such tax or any part or proportion thereof he or she shall and may recover the same amount from the owners of such real estate or other person whose duty it was to have paid the same:

And all taxes upon any real estate in said village shall be a lien thereon.—

And be it further enacted that in case any tax assessed upon the owner of any real estate lying in the said village cannot be collected by distress of personal property in possession of the occupant, or in case no person shall be in possession of such real estate then and in that case it shall be lawful for the trustees of the said village of Catskill and their successors to cause so much of the real estate so charged with such tax to be sold at public vin??? at the Courthouse in the County of Greene for the lowest ??? ??? that any person or persons shall offer to take

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??? shall by virtue thereof and of the act lawfully hold and enjoy the same for his or their own proper use against the owners or owners thereof and all persons claiming under him or them until his, her or their term thereof shall be fully completed and ended being at liberty to remove all the buildings and improvements he, she or they shall erect or place thereon—  


At a meeting of the Trustees of the Village of Catskill on the 12th day of May 1806 the following persons were duly sworn to Discharge the duties of their several offices, to which they had been duly elected.  Viz.

Trustees

Assessors

 

Stephen Day, Pres’t.
Garret Abeel, No. 2
James Pinckney, No. 4
John Blanchard, No. 1
Caleb Benton, No. 3

Hiland Hill
Stephen Root
Isaac Nichols
Orrin Day &
John Dubois, ???

Isaac Dubois, Treasurer
James Bennet, Collector

Resolved by the Trustees, That Stephen Day be President of the Board of Trustees of the Village of Catskill for the current year—

Resolved, that in case of the absence of the President, or his Inability to Discharge the duties of his office as President, A majority of the Trustees acting and present may elect someone of the trustees President pro tem, who shall when so elected be vested with all the powers of the President—

[note in margin]  the bounds of the Village intersect the Susq. turnpike 24 chs. 36 links west of the first mile stone—  


At a meeting of the trustees of the Village of Catskill on the 3rd day of June 1806

Stephen Day & John Blanchard were appointed a Committee to obtain from John E. Darby the most favorable terms on which he would agree to a Cession of his right to improve the Turnpike from the Hudson river to the Bounds of the Village—

And Stephen Day, James Pinckney & John Blanchard were appointed a Committee to explore the Streets in the Village to report the repairs necessary & the probable cost of such repairs—


At a meeting of the Trustees of the Village of Catskill on the 6th day of June 1806 the following Ordinances were made & ordered to be published, to wit—

Be it ordained by the Trustees of the Village of Catskill that hereafter in every

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And security of all effects which he shall deem exposed to danger

And the Trustee No. 4 shall have the superintendance and direction of the Engine and Fire Company.  And that the several Constables residing in the Village attend at any Fire which may happen with their staves, ready to assist the Trustees and inhabitants in Extinguishing such Fire, and to be under the direction of the Trustees—

[added in margin:  Passed 25th Nov 1806]  

Bye laws of the Village of Catskill, passed the 6 June 1806

First

Be it ordained by the Trustees of the Village of Catskill, That from and after the Publication of this Ordinance, no person shall slaughter any Creature or animal except small meat for individual and private use within the limits of the Village of Catskill, unless at some Slaughter house in place situated over the Creek or river, or so near thereto that a certain and ??? conveyance shall be furnished from the place of slaughtering, to the Creek or river, of all the offals and filth attending such slaughtering

And that no person shall cart into any lot, yard, street or alley within the compact part of the Village and suffer the same to remain therein, any heads, feet, skins or skulls of any animal or any dead carcase or other filth of whatever description liable to putrefaction:  And that every person attending in the premises shall forfeit and pay for the use of the Corporation the sum of three dollars for each offence, to be recovered as is directed in and by an Act of the Legislature entitled “An Act to vest certain powers in the freeholders and inhabitants of the Village of Catskill, in the County of Greene” passed 14th March 1806.

Second

And be it further ordained by the Trustees aforesaid That no swine of any description shall be suffered to run at large within the limits of the Village of Catskill for a term exceeding forty eight hours except such Swine be sufficiently yolked and ringed under the penalty of fifty cents for each ???????????? to run at large and capable of

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[added in margin]  Repealed June 13, 1808

 the owner or Possessor for the use of the Corporation in manner aforesaid.

Fourth

And it is further ordained by the Trustees aforesaid That every Person who shall willingly run or gallop any Horse or Horses in or through any Street or alley within the compact part of this Village shall forfeit and pay for the use of the Corporation the sum of one Dollar for each offence to be recovered as aforesaid.  

Fifth

And be it further ordained by the Trustees aforesaid, That no person shall ??? or deposit any Stone, Lumber, timber or brick or shall erect any Shed or frame in any of the Streets or alleys in the Village under the penalty of one Dollar for every forty eight hours the same shall remain; Provided however that whenever any person shall be engaged in building or repairing any house or Store on the Streets or alleys he shall be permitted to make use of one third of the width of such street or alley during such Building or repairing and no more.

Sixth

And be it further ordained by the Trustees aforesaid That the President of this Board, for the time being, shall and is hereby authorized and required at all times when he shall deem it prudent or necessary for the health, convenience or good order of the Village, to give notice to all and every person who shall erect, create or suffer any nuisance within the Village or shall in any manner obstruct any of the Streets or alleys within the said Village to remove such nuisance or obstruction and every person who shall neglect to remove the same within such time as the President in his discretion shall limit, shall forfeit and pay for the use of the Corporation the sum of two dollars to be recovered in manner aforesaid.  Provided that the President shall in no case grant a longer term than three days for the removal of any nuisance or obstruction.  

Seventh

And be it further enacted, That Persons being Inhabitants of the Village who shall frequent and ?????????? during the Sabbath at any Tavern or Grocery

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commission of the offence.  

Eighth

And whereas persons do frequently neglect to fasten their horse or horses with wagon, carriage or sleigh but suffer them to remain untied and at large in the Streets of this Village, thereby exposing the Inhabitants to much danger from such Horse or Horses with wagon, carriage or sleigh being frightened and running through the Streets.  Therefore—

Be it enacted by the Trustees aforesaid That every person whose Horse or whose Horses with Waggon, Carriage or Sleigh shall be suffered to escape and run through or in any Street or alley within the limits of the Village shall forfeit and pay for the use of the Corporation five dollars to be recovered in manner aforesaid.  

Ninth

And be it further ordained by the Trustees aforesaid that every person within the Village of Catskill whose duty it is to furnish and provide fire buckets according to the “Act for the better extinguishing fires in the Village of Catskill in the county of Albany” shall procure and dispose them as is directed by the said Act within six weeks fro the publication of this ordinance and in default thereof shall forfeit and pay to the use of the Corporation the sum of five Dollars to be recovered as by the said Act is directed.

                                                                                    Stephen Day               }
                                                                                   
John Blanchard           }
                                                                                   
Garret Abeel               }  Trustees
                                                                                   
James Pinckney           }

 

23 January 1807                                                                                                                   Tenth

And be it further ordained by the Trustees aforesaid, That where any Chimney on any house or building within the Village of Catskill shall take fire or be set on fire so as to blaze above the top of such chimney at any time except when the roof of such house or Building and the Adjacent buildings shall be either covered with Snow or wet so as to render the building
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At a Meeting of the Trustees of the Village of Catskill on the ?? day of June 1806

Resolved that the President of this Board notify a meeting of the Freeholders & inhabitants of the Village on the 16th instant, at the Court house for the purpose of obtaining their vote authorizing the trustees of the Village to raise (by Tax) a sum of money on the Inhabitants of the Village for the purpose of Constructing Common Sewers in the Village—

Resolved also that a Seal be made for the Corporation with the following devise, on an Oval, Viz. a Globe on a plain field, mounted with a Cross, thus [drawing of a globe with a cross on top]  

At a meeting of the Inhabitants of the Village of Catskill on the 21st day of June 1806 pursuant to adjournment, at the Court House, whereof John Blanchard Esqr. was Chairman & Isaac Dubois Secy.

Resolved that the sum of Five hundred dollars be raised by Tax on the inhabitants of the Village of Catskill to be applied by the Trustees of said Village in making Sewers for draining the water from the Publick Streets and other inhabited parts of said Village & in making such other improvements for preserving the health & safety of its inhabitants, as the said trustees shall deem necessary—


At a meeting of the Trustees of the Village of Catskill on the 23rd day of June 1806

Resolved that James Pinckney be Secretary to the Board of Trustees—

Whereas, Covenants have been signed by Stephen Day on the part and at the request of the Trustees of the Village as President of the said Trustees, with the President Directors and Company of the Susquehannah Turnpike road under date of the twenty first day of June in and containing stipulations on the Behalf of the said President, directors & Company Being that part of the Susquehannah turnpike road lying Between the Hudson river and a Stake standing Twenty nine chains & thirty six links west of the first mile stone, to the trustees of the Village and also engagements to said Trustees & their successors thirty two ??????????????????????? the Term of Seven years (by two

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Now therefore Resolved by the trustees of the Village of Catskill that the said Stephen Day (President) be and he is hereby authorized and requested to Seal and Deliver the aforesaid Covenants on behalf of the Trustees of the Village of Catskill.—

Resolved that the Covenants above cited (as interchanged by the Presidents of the two Corporations therein named be proved before some Judge of the County of Greene and entered of Record in the Office of the Clerk of Greene County—and also in the Book of the Town Clerk wherein the Town records are entered.—

[added in margin]  This contract rescinded Aug 10th 1808--& another entered into in April 1810


At a Meeting of the inhabitants and Freeholders of the Village of Catskill pursuant to due notice at the Courthouse on the 7th day of July 1806—

Resolved that the Trustees of the Village of Catskill be authorized & requested to levy and collect from the Freeholders & Inhabitants of the said Village the sum of Fifteen Hundred Dollars in the manner adopted & prescribed by the assessors of the said Village in & by their assessment Roll this day presented to this meeting by them subscribed dated 4 July 1806 (subject to any fair amendment in point of Admeasurement) for the purpose of laying side walks in the Main Street within such time and in such manner as the trustees shall think proper & direct.  

At a Meeting of the trustees of the Village of Catskill on the thirtieth day of August 1806

            Present           Stephen Day, Prest.
                                   
John Blanchard
                                   
James Pinckney

Resolved that the time for Collection of the sum of Five hundred dollars on the Warrant now in the hands of the Collector be extended till the tenth day of October next—

Resolved (by the Committee) that the Common Sewer crossing the Street between Adon. Shermans & John Gullins be repaired so as to receive & carry off the water falling or running into that part of the Street between the House of L. Brounson & the Lane leading to the Courthouse—


February 3rd 1807        Be it ordained by the trustees of the Village of Catskill that the Collector of the said Village proceed to collect the monies due on the assessment roll in his hands, by the warrant annexed to which he is directed to Collect five hundred Dollars for constructing common sewers & other purposes, and to return the monies so to be collected into the hands of the Treasurer of the Village on or before the first day of March next.

Whereas the sum of fifteen hundred Dollars has been required by the Freeholders and Inhabitants to be raised by Trustees for the purpose of laying and completing side walks on the main Street in the said Village; Now therefore Be it ordained by the trustees aforesaid that the collector of the said Village proceed to collect the said Tax and pay the same into the hands of the Treasurer of the said Village by the first day of April next.

                                                                        Recorded 4 Feby. 1807
                                                                                   
J. Pinckney, Secy.


At the annual meeting of the freeholders and Inhabitants of the Village of Catskill on the first Monday in May 1807 the following persons were duly chosen to the several offices following for the present year.  Viz

No. 1  John Blanchard
No. 2  Caleb Benton
No. 3  John Dubois
No. 4  Thomas Hale
No. 5  Richard Hill

Trustees

John Dubois
Terence Donnelly
Hiland Hill
Adonijah Sherman
Henry Ashley

Assessors

Isaac Dubois, Treasr. and Ephraim Baker, Collector  

Resolved by the freeholders and Inhabitants that the assessors shall be allowed for every day actually employed in their office for the year past the sum of One dollar per day—

Resolved, that the Collector shall be allowed for all monies actually Collected and accounted for to the Treasurer the sum of two Cents on every Dollar for the year past—

Resolved that the treasurer for the last year receive for all monies paid out by him One Cent on each dollar—


At a meeting of the trustees at the house of Terence Donnelly on the 12th day of May 1807.                     
Present            :  John Blanchard, Caleb Benton, Thomas Hale & John Dubois

Resolved, that John Blanchard be President of the board of trustees for the current year—

And that James Pinckney be Secretary—

Resolved that John Blanchard, Thomas Hale & Richard Hill be a Committee to attend to the flaging the side walks of the main Street in the Village—

By Laws

At a meeting of the Trustees of the Village of Catskill.

                                                                        Rich. Hill, Secy. pro tem

Be it ordained by the Trustees of the Village of Catskill, That any person who shall obstruct or cause to be obstructed    [this does not appear to have been completed]


At the annual meeting of the inhabitants of the village of Catskill on the first Monday in May 1808—the following persons were chosen to the following offices for the present year.  Viz—

           Samuel Haight
No. 1  John Blanchard
No. 2  Garret Abeel
No. 3  Orrin Day
No. 4  Henry Ashley

Trustees

Saml. Haight
John Dubois
Lyman Hall

Assessors

Isaac Dubois, Treasurer                                     Egbert Bogardus, Collector

Richard Hill was chosen foreman by the fire company

Orrin Day & Henry Ashley was chosen 2nd


1808  May 9—At a meeting of the Trustees at the house of Francis Botsford

            Present                        John Blanchard, Garret Abeel, Henry Ashley, & Orrin Day

Resolved that Samuel Haight be President and Orrin Day Secretary of the board of trustees for the ensuing year—

Resolved that John Schott and William Luman be appointed fireman of the village of Catskill—  

Bye Laws

Be it ordained by the trustees of the village of Catskill That any person who shall obstruct or cause to be obstructed any water courses, gutter, or drain, in any street or alley within the limits of the village of Catskill ??? by order of trustees, or path master, shall forfeit and pay the sum of five dollars for every Twenty four hours the same shall be suffered to remain, to be received and applied as is directed an and by an act of the Legislature incorporating said village.

And be it further ordained, that any person who shall at any time, drive any oxen, horse, or horses with any cart, wagon or any other carriage, on or over any side walk, or flagging laid in the said village for the convenience of foot passengers, excepting where such side walk is paved with round stones, shall pay the sum of two dollars for each offence to be recovered in manner aforesaid.

And be it further ordained, That each and every person who shall be seen swimming, bathing or skating in or upon the Catskill creed, within the limits of the corporation of said village on the Sabbath, excepting going on skates after a doctor or on necessary errands shall pay for each and every offence, the sum of one dollar to be recovered in manner aforesaid.

And be it further ordained, That the bye laws of the fire Company in the village of Catskill as revised the 3rd day of October 1807 shall be and remain in force, any former bye law to the contrary notwithstanding.

And be it further ordained, That the trustees of the village of Catskill do meet at the house of Francis Botsford in said village on the second Monday in each and every month at 6 Oclock P.M. to transact the business of the village.

And be it further ordained, That if any person shall alarm or disturb the inhabitants of the said village or any of them by crying or callout “fire!” when no building is actually on fire within the said village or any good cause to induce such cry or calling out of fire such person or persons and every of them shall forfeit and pay the sum of five dollars to be recovered in manner aforesaid.—By order of the board—

                                                                        May 9, 1808
                                                                       
Orrin Day, Secy.


1808 June 13—At a meeting of the trustees of the village of Catskill at the house of Francis Botsford

            Present:           Saml. Haight, Prest., Garret Abeel, John Blanchard, Henry Ashley & Orrin Day, Secy.

Resolved that Henry Ashley be and he is hereby authorized to collect such fine or fines as may have been incurred by the fireman of the Village of Catskill without Delay  

Bye Law  passed 13th June     Be it ordained by the trustees of the village of Catskill, That any swine of any description which may be found running at large six days after the passing of this ordinance, within that part of the village of Catskill lying on the east side of the Catskill Creek except such swine be sufficiently yoked and ringed shall be liable to be impounded and the owner of such swine shall pay a fine of one dollar for each swine together with the pound master for one half of such fine to be retained for the use of the corporation and by such owner paid to the Treasurer and the other half to be paid to the person impounding such swine.  And if the owner of such swine so impounded shall not pay the fine together with ??? and charges of the Pound master within ??????? shall be impounded, Then ????????????????for the pound master to sell such swine ??????????? giving at least 48 hours previous notice of such sale by advertisement to be set up at the said Pound and out of the monies arising from such sale to retain in his hands the fine and his fees & charges for feeding such swine & of such sale immediately pay the overplus to the owner or owners of such swine—

And be it further ordained, That the Poundmaster shall be allowed the same fees and charges as are allowed by an act of the legislature entitled “An act relative to the duties and privileges of Towns” passed the 27th day of march 1801—And if at any time before the sale of such swine so impounded the owner or other person for him shall exhibit to the Pound master a receipt from the Treasurer of the village that that the fine has been paid he shall then upon receiving his fees and charges release such swine from pound

And be it further ordained, That the second article of the bye laws of the village of Catskill passed the 6th day of June 1806 be and the same is hereby repealed.

                                                                        By and of the board
                                                                                   
Orrin Day, Secy.

[in margin:  Repealed August 22, 1816]


1808  July 11th             At the monthly meeting of the Trustees

            Present:           John Blanchard, Prest. pro tem; Henry Ashley, Orrin Day, Secy.

Adjourned ??????????????????????? Monday of July instant—


At an adjourned meeting of the Trustees—25 July 1808

[in margin:  Present:  Saml. height, John Blanchard, Henry Ashley]

            Resolved that until otherwise ordered the Weight and price of Bread in the village shall be as follows    Viz--

            A loaf of superfine wheat flour to weigh three pounds ten ounces for one shilling.

A loaf of superfine wheat flour to weigh one pound thirteen ounces for Six pence of which the bakers are required to take notice and govern themselves accordingly—

            Resolved that John Blanchard Esqr. be authorized to compleat the flagging in front of the lot of the Heirs of Thomas Thompson between McKinstry & Halleys store and William Robbs            Also the lot of Judge Van Vechten and render an acct. to the board to the trustees at their next meeting—

            Resolved that the President and Secretary be authorized to contract with James Bennet to flag so much of the Street as they may deem proper—

                                                                        By order of the board—
                                                                                   
Henry Ashley, Secy. protem


1808  August 8th—At the monthly meeting of the trustees of the village of Catskill

            Present:           Samuel Haight, President; John Blanchard, Henry Ashly, Orrin Day, Secy.

Resolved that Henry McKinstry be appointed and he is hereby appointed one of the fireman of the village of Catskill.—

Resolved that Orrin Day be empowered and it is hereby made his duty, to collect all sums which are due from Persons who signed the subscription for the fire engine, And he is authorized to commence ??? against any and all persons ????  subscriptions remain unpaid as aforesaid ???????????  Town over

Be it resolved that if any person or persons after passing of this ordinance shall neglect or refuse to remove any lumber, obstruction or nuisance agreeably to the fifth section of Bye laws passed by the trustees the Sixth of June 1806 it shall be the duty of the president and he is required to cause the said lumber, obstruction or nuisance to be removed at the expense of the owner or occupant f the lot on which such obstruction may be found.  And in case such owner shall refuse or neglect immediately to satisfy the charges of such removal, so much of said lumber or other materials shall be sold without delay as will satisfy said charges together with the fine imposed by the said section of the bye laws made at the time above recited.

                                                                        Orrin Day, Secy.


1808  August 10th—At a meeting of the trustees of the village of Catskill at the house of Francis Botsford

            Present:           Garret Abeel, Prest. pro tem, Henry Ashley, Orrin Day

Resolved that Garret Abeel be authorized to execute an instrument rescinding and annulling the contract heretofore entered into with the President Directors and Company of the Susquehannah Turnpike road relative to keeping the said road in repair within the limits of the corporation of the village of Catskill

                                                            Orrin Day, Secy.

The Trustees of the village of Catskill

                                                To James Bennett  Dr

1808  Sept 16th           

                       

To flagging 457 feet on Main Street    6 to 25?

 

114.25

By amt. ??? note signed with Thomas O.H. Croswell

79.50

 

By J. Barent park of S. Haight

12.50

 

By a due bill from Trustees

22.25

114.25

On which Orrin Day paid two dollars which he collected from Ignatius Van Orden on acct. fire Engine subscription

 

 

Colnl. Haight recd. of I.A. Thomson $10. for the Subscription for fire engine against Thomas Thomson Decd. on acct. the J. Canal park

 

 

[in margin:  see James Bennet’s recpt. in full as filed--]


1809  April 17             At a meeting of the Trustees at the house of Francis Botsford—

            Present:  Samuel Haight, Henry Ashley, John Blanchard, Orrin Day

On motion of Mr. Ashley, George Reed appointed a fireman—

                                                                        By order of the board—
                                                                                   
Orrin Day, Secy.


At the annual meeting of the Inhabitants of the village of Catskill at the Courthouse on Monday the first day of May 1809—the following officers were chosen for the Current year—Viz—

Adonijah Sherman
Benjamin Haxtun
Thomas O.H. Croswell

Assessors

William Seaman
Caleb Benton
James Cole
Henry Ashley
Orrin Day

Trustees

Isaac Dubois

Treasurer

Egbert Bogardus

Collector

At a meeting of the firemen at D. Crone’s Inn May 1st 1809—Richard Hill was chosen foreman, Orrin Day 1st assistant, Henry Ashley 2nd assistant

                                                                        Isaac Dubois, Clk.


At a meeting of the Trustees at the house of Francis Botsford  8th May 1809—Caleb Benton was chosen President for the current year—H. Ashley, Secy. P.T.

            Present:  Caleb Benton, William Seaman, Henry Ashley


May 23—At a meeting of the Trustees at J. Donnelly’s

            Present:  Caleb Benton, Henry Ashley, Wm. Seaman & James Cole

Orrin Day was appointed Secy. to the board—Henry Ashley Secy. P.T.


June 13th          At a meeting of the Trustees of the village of Catskill at J. Donnelly’s

            Present:  Caleb Benton, Wm. Seaman, James Cole, Orrin Day

Resolved that Henry Ashley, William Seaman & James Cole be a committee to make a contract with the ??????? & Greene Turnpike road for the purpose of keeping so much of said road in repair as they shall think proper--& also for making another contract with the Directors of the Susquehannah Turnpike road to keep said road in repair from the North river to the east side of the Bridge near the store of Coln. Samuel Haight—

[in margin:  nothing done]
                                                                       
Orrin Day, Secy.


June 28th          At a meeting of the Trustees at Francis Botsford’s

            Present:  Caleb Benton, Henry Ashly, Wm. Seaman, James Cole, Orrin Day

Resolved that the Trustees meet at the house of Francis Botsford on the first Monday in each and every month at 6 Oclock P.M. to transact any business which may be deemed necessary And that each Trustee pay the sum of fifty cents to the Secretary for non attendance and Twenty five cents if not present by half past 6 oclock, unless sickness or some other reasonable excuse be offered—

Resolved that in case of fire the Trustees attend to the following particulars to with—Caleb Benton & James Cole attend to the formation of the line and the supplying the Engine with water &c—William Seaman attend to the rise of the ladder and fire hooks &c—Henry Ashley direct the use of the fire Engine &c--& that Orrin Day attend to the taking care and depositing goods &c &c

                                                                        Orrin Day, Secy.

Paid, Botsford 1/6


1809  July 3rd               At the monthly meeting of the Trustees

            Present                        Henry Ashley, Prest. P.T., James Cole, Wm. Seaman, Orrin Day

            Caleb Benton fined 4/.  paid Augt. 4th

            James Cole     fined 2/.  paid

            Henry Ashly   fined 2/.  paid

Be it ordained that the Inhabitants of the village of Catskill who are required by the act of incorporation to provide themselves with fire Buckets, shall have good and sufficient fire Buckets, to be made of good leather, by the 20th day of August next, and be kept hanging up in their respective houses, stores, offices, or shops in the most public entrance or Hall according to the following rates to wit—Each and every House, Store, Office or Shop shall furnish one bucket—All Houses of three fire places Two Buckets—All houses of five fire places Three Buckets--& all Houses of more than Six fire places four Buckets—On refusal or neglect a fine of three dollars be imposed for every Bucket deficient to be collected in the same manner as other fines are collected—

Resolved that James Cole, Henry Ashly, & Williams Seaman be a committee to examine and report at the next meeting the state of the fire Buckets in the village—

Resolved that Caleb Benton & Orrin Day be a committee to install and have complete so much of the side walk ??? for flagging as the funds will admit

            of ? to collect all the accounts and demands due the Trustees

Paid Botsford 2/1                                           Orrin Day, Secy.

[in margin:  To Amended May 17th 1816 that all houses which have six or more fire places shall furnish four Fire Buckets  

The citation of the Eagle and record agreed to publish this ordinance gratis—]


1809  July 17th             At a meeting of the Trustees at the Store of Orrin Day

            Present:  Caleb Benton, Wm. Seaman, Orrin Day

the following bye law was passed—

Be it ordained by the Trustees of the village of Catskill that from and after the publication of this ordinance every Person who shall swim or Bathe in the Catskill Creek between, opposite the North end of the Slaughter House of Mr. Benjamin Haxtun and the Ship yard below Messrs. Hales warehouse at any time of the day between Sun rise and sun set shall forfeit and pay one dollar for the use of the Corporation to be recovered and collected as other fines are collected—

                                                                                    Orrin Day, Secy.

[in margin:  Mr. Elliott agreed to publish this ordinance gratis.  Mr. Croswell would not and did not insert it]


[1809]  August 7th       At the monthly meeting of Trustees

            Present:  Caleb Benton, Henry Ashley, Wm. Seaman, James Cole, Orrin Day

Paid Botsford 2/.—

Rec’d & examined the returns of James Cole and Henry Ashley from which it appears that there is 204 Buckets fit for use and deficient and unfit 19—from Wm. Seaman’s return ??? exhibited—84 Buckets fit for use, 2 deficient—288 Total fit for use—21 unfit

H. Ashleys district

  89 fit

 

J. Coles            

175

  19 unfit

W. Seamans    

  84

    2

 

288 

  21


1809  Sept. 4th             At the monthly meeting of the Board of Trustees

            Present:  Caleb Benton, Henry Ashley, James Cole, Wm. Seaman, Orrin Day

Resolved that George Henry be appointed a fireman

Resolved that he board adjourn to meet again on Monday the 11th instant at the same place at 6 oclock--             
                                                       
                                    Orrin Day


[1809] Sept. 11th         Board met but no business transacted--          O. Day


1810  Jany. 12th           At a meeting of the Trustees at the house of Francis Botsford

            Present:  James Cole, Prest. P.T., Henry Ashley, Wm. Seaman, Orrin Day

Resolved That the request of Thomas B. Cook and Isaac Dubois to the officers of the fire company to be discharged from the duties of firemen be granted, and that they are no longer fireman

Resolved That Orator Blakeslee & Nathaniel Hinman be appointed fireman

Resolved—That the board of trustees accept the flagging done by Peter Bogardus opposite the land owned by the heirs of Thomas Thomson decd. and the secretary be authorized to direct Ephraim Baker Esqr. to cancel the Judgment obtained before him in favor of the Trustees of the village of Catskill against said Bogardus on the said Bogardus’ paying costs of suit—

                                                            By order of the board of Trustees

Paid 4/6 to Botsford the                                             Orrin Day, Secy.

residue of money recd. for fines


1810    At a meeting of the trustees at Francis Botsford’s on the 21st Feb 1810

            Present:  Caleb Benton, Henry Ashley, James Cole, Wms. Seaman, Orrin Day

Be it ordained that it shall be the duty of the t??? once a month to examine the buildings which by law are required to have fire buckets hanging up in the most public entrance or hall of each building, and whenever there shall not appear to be the number of fire buckets hanging up in the proper place, required by the ordinance made for such purpose, that the neglect be reported to the President of the board, whose duty it shall be to cause to be collected the fine or fines which the owner or occupant of such building shall be liable to pay for such neglect or deficiency agreeably to the act in such case made and provided.  And such fine shall be fixed at fifty cents for each bucket so deficient—

Resolved That Orrin Day be authorized and it is hereby made his duty to prosecute those persons who are deficient of fire bucket, agreeably to the returns of James Cole & Wms. Seaman after calling once more.

Resolved That Henry Ashley, Wms. Seaman & James Cole be a committee to make a contract with the President & Directors of the Susquehannah Turnpike road to keep in repair so much of such Road as lies south of the bridge commonly called Haights bridge & as far south as they shall think proper—

Resolved That the treasurer be, and he hereby is authorized to pay out of any money which may come into the treasury not otherwise appropriated the sum of one dollar and twenty five cents for ??? every fire bucket which any person shall prove to the satisfaction of any Justice of the peace in said Village by his own oath or of that of some other person (& shall produce to the treasurer a certificate from such Justice stating the fact) that he or she shall have actually lost such fire bucket or buckets at any fire which may have happened or which shall hereafter happen within the Village of Catskill—Provided that in all cases where a bucket or buckets shall be lost at any future fire the owner or owners shall forfeit the claim he, she, or they might have had by virtue of this resolution if such owner or owners shall neglect to give information in writing to the President for the time being stating such loss within two days after such fire shall have happened--                                                           Orrin Day, Secy.

Adjourned


1810  April 12             At a meeting of the Trustees of the village of Catskill—

            Present:  Caleb Benton, William Seaman, Orrin Day

Resolved—That William Seaman, Henry Ashley & James Cole, & Orrin Day or a majority of them, be authorized to execute the contract made with the President & Directors of the Susquehannah Turnpike road to keep in repair “all that part of the Susquehannah Turnpike road lying on the west side of the Hudson river within the village of Catskill being one mile twenty nine chains & thirty six links from the beginning of said road, ??? a certain bridge near Coln. Samuel Haight’s store” & that the seal be altered

Resolved that the annexed seal be adopted as the seal of the corporation of the village of Catskill--          [looks like a diamond shape containing a large script “C”]

Resolved that the ordinance passed the 6th day of June 1806 prohibiting geese and ducks from running at large shall be construed so as to include all the public highways on the west side of creek within the said Village—adjourned

                                                                                    Orrin Day, Secy.


Road District No. 1                Road List

            [column 1 is personal property; column 2 is real estate; column 3 is the total]

Aaron, Andrew H.

5

2

7

Amt. Brot. up

     

 

265

Austin, Joel

6

 

6

Carpenter, Jacob

1

 

1

Ashley, John

3

1

4

Croswell, Thos. O.H.

10

 

10

Abeel, Garret

16

 

16

Coon, Peter

2

 

2

Ashley, Henry

6

3

9

Calken, Enoch

1

2

3

Abeel, Anthony Jnr.?

2

 

2

Cole, Samuel

1

 

1

Buel, John

3

2

5

Dubois, Isaac

8

 

8

Baker, Adonijah

3

2

5

Day, Orrin

14

 

14

Bowman, Charles

3

2

5

Dunham, Jacob

4

 

4

Bolen, John P.

4

 

4

Deforest, L.G.

2

 

2

Bogardus, Peter I.

6

 

6

Dubois, Barnt

4

 

4

Bogardus, Egbert

4

 

4

Davison, Peter

2

 

2

Bill, James Earl?

4

 

4

Depew, John

2

 

2

Bill, James I.

4

2

6

Day, Ira

20

 

20

Botsford, Francis

4

3

7

Dubois, James

4

 

4

Brown, William

4

3

7

Donnelly, Tunes

7

 

7

Barker, Charles

2

 

2

Day, Stephen

16

 

16

Brosnaham, Andrew

10

 

10

Doughterty, Hugh

2

 

2

Broshaham, George

4

 

4

Doan, John

2

2

4

Blanchard, John

1

 

1

Dumond, Anthony

3

 

3

Brink, Henry

1

 

1

Dubois, John

18

 

18

Baker, Henry

3

 

3

Dubois, John D.

3

 

3

Baker, Ephraim

4

4

8

Dorlon, Robert

4

2

6

Bogardus, James

18

 

18

Demick, Theophilus

4

 

4

Bogardus, James Jnr.?

3

 

3

Dougherty, John

3

 

3

Brockway, Beman

3

3

6

Duncomb, Jesse

1

 

1

Breasted, Peter

3

 

3

Donaldson, R.L.

1

 

1

Bill, Jonathan

3

 

3

Dubois, Peter

4

10

14

Bound, Matthew

3

 

3

Dillon, John

1

 

1

Benton, Caleb

16

 

16

Eells, Nathl.

3

2

5

Benjamin, Wright

5

 

5

Elliott, Nathan

5

 

5

Blodget, Chester

2

 

2

Everet, Joel

2

 

2

Brown, Elijah E.

1

 

1

Eaton, Amos

5

3

8

Brigham, Dexter

1

 

1

Franklin, John

3

 

3

Cole, Zachariah

1

 

1

Fonda, Abraham

2

 

2

Coon, Jacob

2

 

2

Ferguson, Elisha

1

 

1

Canfield, John M.

5

 

5

Gaylord, E.T.

4

 

4

Cantine, Mary I.

7

 

7

Grant, John

2

 

2

Cook, Thomas B.

14

 

14

Graham, Shelden

2

 

2

Cook, Apollos

6

 

6

Gibbs, William

2

 

2

Calkin, Ashley

2

 

2

Graham, Joseph

 

 

 

Clark, Charles

7

 

7

Garrish, James

2

 

2

Cook, Nathal.

2

 

2

Galvin, Michael

2

 

2

Chandler, Solomon

3

4

7

Hamlin, David

1

 

1

Cleveland, Joseph

1

1

2

Hall, David

2

 

2

Cole, James

4

 

4

Hall, Aaron

2

1

3

Clark, Cornelius

1

 

1

Hall, ???

9

3

12

Crane, Daniel

3

4

7

Hall, Blakesley

5

 

5

Croswell, Mackay

3

 

3

Hallenbeck, Jacob M.

3

2

5

Collier, James

7

 

7

Hyde, John

3

 

3

Clemen, John

1

 

1

Hardinburgh, Isaac

10

 

10

 

 

 

 

Haight, Jacob

4

 

4

 Amount Brot. forwd.

 

 

510

Amt. Brot. forwd.

 

 

???

Hull, Samuel Jnr.

2

 

2

Morgan, James

1

 

1

Hill, Jonathan

1

 

1

Mattby, Isaac

1

 

1

Haight, Jonathan T.

3

1

4

Norton, Samuel

2

 

2

Hazen, John

2

 

2

Norton, Saml. B.

2

 

2

Hyde, Jonas

1

 

1

Ouuman, John

1

 

1

Hale, Thomas

9

 

9

Olcott, John S.

4

3

7

Haight, Samuel

16

8

24

Ousterhout, Peter

4

 

4

Hawley, Ezra

8

3

11

Ogden, Henry

2

 

2

Hall, Lemuel

4

1

5

Ogden, Sybill

5

 

5

Hyde, Wilkes

6

 

6

Porter, James

1

 

1

Hibbert, William

2

3

5

Porter,            Dr.

2

 

2

Hinman, Nathl.

3

2

5

Pinkney, James

7

 

7

Henry, Samuel

3

 

3

Purie, Samuel

2

 

2

Hyde, Benjamin

2

 

2

Powers, James

6

 

6

Hammond, William

3

 

3

Pauley, Robt.

4

 

4

Henry, George

4

 

4

Preston, Jehiel

4

 

4

Hill, Richard

10

 

10

Puffer, Hiram

1

3

1

Hill, Hiland

6

 

6

Ryer, Tunis

2

3

5

Hill, Hiland Junr.

4

 

4

Rogers, Charles

6

 

6

Hotchkiss, John

1

 

1

Rau, Henry

2

 

2

Jacob, Nathl.

4

1

5

Robinson, James

1

 

1

Johnson, Stephen

3

 

3

Ruger, John

1

 

1

Klyne, Joseph Jnr.

12

 

12

Robb, William

4

5

9

Kane, James

2

 

2

Rice, Ephraim

3

 

3

Kindle, (blank)

1

 

1

Reed, George

3

 

3

Luddington, Tartullus

8

 

8

Selleck, Henry

2

2

4

Lacey, John T.

4

3

7

Selleck, Stephen

1

 

1

Limbrick, Thomas

6

 

6

Smith, Jesse W.

1

 

1

Love, John

1

 

1

Sweet, Cyrus

2

3

5

Lyman, Orange

1

 

1

Simmons, Joseph E.

2

 

2

Mumford, Gurdon

1

 

1

Sheffield, William

3

3

6

Magie, Samuel

3

 

3

Stewart, William

1

 

1

McKinstry, Henry

8

 

8

Stewart, Adam

1

 

1

Mieggs, Elisha

4

4

8

Sayre, Francis

4

 

4

Mieggs, Phinehas

2

 

2

Seamans, William

4

 

4

Mitchiel, Daniel

1

 

1

Shaw, John

2

 

2

McFarlan, Andrew

2

 

2

Smith, Simon

1

 

1

McGregor, (blank)

1

 

1

Sanderson, Rueben

4

 

4

Merrick, Aristobulus

4

 

4

Stocking, Jared

3

1

4

More, Rufus

2

 

2

Shaw, James

1

 

1

Mansfield, (blank)

1

 

1

Stone, Chauncey

2

 

2

Morrison, John

1

 

1

Stebbins, R & A

2

1

3

Miller, Jonah

1

 

1

Spencer, Mark

3

 

3

Moore, Joseph

4

 

4

Smith, Capp

2

 

2

 

 

 

 

Scott, William

2

 

2

Amt. Brot. forward

 

 

838

 

 

 

 

Scott, John V.D.S.

14

 

14

 

 

 

 

Sherman, Adonijah

5

 

5

 

 

 

 

Sole, Benjamin

2

 

2

 

 

 

 

Thorp, Archibald

2

 

2

 

 

 

 

Thomson, Ellis

3

 

3

 

 

 

 

Thompson, John A. & heirs of T.T. decd.

4

6

10

 

 

 

 

Thorp, Peter

2

 

2

 

 

 

 

Tout, (blank)   Mrs.

1

1

2

 

 

 

 

Thayer, Hezekiah

2

1

3

 

 

 

 

Taylor, George

3

 

3

 

 

 

 

Taylor, James

2

 

2

 

 

 

 

Thorp, Jason

2

 

2

 

 

 

 

Topping, C.

2

 

2

 

 

 

 

Thorp, David

3

 

3

 

 

 

 

Thurston, Peter

0

2

2

 

 

 

 

Van Hoezen, Garret I.

4

 

4

 

 

 

 

Van Gorden, Abraham

3

 

3

 

 

 

 

Van Gorden, Henry

7

 

7

 

 

 

 

Van Gorden, Peter

3

 

3

 

 

 

 

Van Voorhees, Jacob

4

 

4

 

 

 

 

Van Valkenburgh, John

1

 

1

 

 

 

 

Van Gorden, (blank) widow

1

2

3

 

 

 

 

Weeks, Amos

2

2

4

 

 

 

 

Whittelsey, Jared P.

4

2

6

 

 

 

 

Wigram, William

3

 

3

 

 

 

 

Willard, Horace

4

1

5

 

 

 

 

Wells, Elijah

2

 

2

 

 

 

 

Whiteford, Andrew

4

2

6

 

 

 

 

Wetsil, John

1

 

1

 

 

 

 

Weed, Joseph

1

 

1

 

 

 

 

Webster,         M.

1

 

1

 

 

 

 

Woodruff, (blank)

1

 

1

 

 

 

 

Winans, (blank)

2

 

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

952

Total

 

 

 

You are hereby required to worn the persons whose names are entered on the foregoing list to appear on the road from time to time with such implements as are necessary for the purpose of repairing and keeping in order the highways within the said district until the whole number of days are worked out or paid.  You will keep an accurate account of the money committed and the manner in which it was expended for which this shall be your sufficient warrant.           Catskill  April 19th 1810

If any persons are omitted you                       Signed by        Henry Ashley }

will make a separate list                                                    Wm. Seaman  }  Trustees of
of their names                                                                      Orrin Day       }   the village
                                                                                               
James Cole     }   of Catskill
                                                                                               
Caleb Benton  }


1810                At a meeting of the trustees of the village of Catskill  May 7-1810

            Present:  Caleb Benton, Henry Ashley, Wms. Seaman, James Cole, Orrin Day

Resolved that William Luman, Henry Ashley, James Cole & Orrin Day or a majority of them be authorized to execute the contract made with the President & Directors of the Susquehannah turnpike road to keep in repair &c &c

Resolved that the foregoing resolution passed the 12th day of April 1810 be entered of record on the Town clerk book--                         
Signed Orrin Day, Secy.                                             Caleb Benton, President

Be it ordained by the trustees of the village of Catskill that if any person shall hereafter take away from the engine house or cause to be taken away any of the ladders belonging to the said village (except in cases of fire) such person shall forfeit and pay for each and every offence the sum of two dollars for the use of the corporation to be recovered as other fines are--                                           Orrin Day, Secy.


1810                At the annual meeting of the freeholders and inhabitants of the village of Catskill on Monday the 7th May 1810 the following persons were chosen to fill the respective offices—

Ephraim Baker
Saml. Haight
Hiland Hill
John Dubois
James Bogardus

Trustees

Joseph Klein Jnr.
William Seaman
Jared Stocking
 

Assessors

Egbert Bogardus

Collector

Isaac Dubois

Treasurer

Also Voted the collector be allowed two and an half cents on every dollar he shall actually collect and pay into the hands of the treasurer—

Voted that the treasurer be allowed one cent on every dollar received into and paid out of the treasury

Voted that the assessors be allowed the sum of one 25/100 dollar each, per day for their services while actually employed as assessors—

Voted that the sum of two hundred dollars be raised by tax on the freeholders and inhabitants for the purpose of repairing the fire engine and implements and completing the flagging before such lots as the trustees shall ??? after completing those now begun—

                                                                        Orrin Day, Secy.


1810                At a meeting of the Trustees of the Village of Catskill at the House of Francis Botsford on the 12th day May 1810 the Following Persons were duly sworn to discharge the duties of their Several Offices to which they had been duly elected, Viz,

Assessors:  Samuel Haight, Ephraim Baker, James Bogardus, John Dubois, Hiland Hill.

Isaac Dubois, Treasurer & Egbert Bogardus, Collector

Resolved by the Trustees, that Samuel Haight be President of the Board of Trustees for the Present year—

Resolved that Isaac Dubois be Secretary to Board Trustees

Adjourned to Monday 14 Inst. 3 oclk. Afternoon  15 Minutes Grace

                                                                        Isaac Dubois, Secy.


At a meeting of the Trustees of the Village of Catskill at the House of F. Botsford on 14 May 1810

        Present:  Samuel Haight, Ephraim Baker, James Bogardus, John Dubois, Hiland Hill

Made a Contract with Elisha Meiggs to Raise & gravel the Main Street from Brunson House to Joseph ??? (late Benjamin Saxlong) at 20 ?? Rod and make a Drain [in margin:  1811?]  Across the said Street from Rogers Austin Shop for 28 Dollars, the Sealed Contract left with Egbert Bogardus—

Adjourned to 1st Monday June—                   Isaac Dubois, Secy.


Meet on Monday June 1st       No Business Transacted          Isaac Dubois, Secy.


At a meeting of the Trustees of the Village of Catskill at the House of Francis Botsford on the 25 April 1811—

            Present:  Samuel Haight, Jas. Bogardus, John Dubois, Ephraim Baker, Hiland Hill

Resolved that Jacob Van Orden & Horace Willard be firemen—

Be it ordained by the Trustees of the Village of Catskill that from and after the Passing this Ordinance, no person residing within the bounds of said Village, shall sell or expose for sale any Turkeys, Geese, Ducks, or other poultry, lamb, Veal or Mutton in any quantity-Beef-less than by their quarter, fresh Pork, of Hogs weighing less than Fifty Pounds weight, under the Penalty of Forfeiting, for every offence, the sum of Five dollars, to be Recovered as is directed in and by the act entitled “an act to invest certain powers in the freeholders and inhabitants of the Village of Catskill, in the County of Green, Passed March 14, 1806.”  Provided, that nothing herein contained shall Prevent any Butcher who Regularly attend the Public market from selling or exposing to sale at all times, any kinds of ??? in the said market, or any person Residing in said Village from exposing for sale any Poultry or meat before the ??? which shall have been Raised or Produced from his or her Farm

Adjnd.                                                             Isaac Dubois, Secy.

[in margin:  Rescinded 9th March 1812.]  

Assessment of Road Taxes District No. 1 Village of Catskill in 1811 Laid 25 April

Andrew Aaron ???

7 days

Amt. Brot up

192

Austin, Joel

8

Cook, Thomas B.

18

Ashley, John

8

Cook, Apollas

8

Abeel, Garret

16

Calkins, Ashley

2

Abeel, Anthony Jnr.

2

Clark, Charles

9

Ashley, Henry

4

Cook, Nathaniel

4

Bill, Johnathan

4

Chandler, Solomon

4

Buel, John

5

Cole, James

4

Baker, Adonijah

3

Clark, Cornelius

4

Boclin, John L.

4

Croswell, Mackey

2

Bogardus, Egbert

4

Collier, James

8

Bill, James

4

Croswell, Thomas O.H.

12

Botsford, Francis

10

Coon, Peter

2

Brown, William

6

Calkins, Enoch

1

Brosneham, Andrew

10

Craigi, James

2

Brosneham, George

4

Chamberlin, Aaron

2

Blanchard, John

1

Crane, Mary

1

Bronk, Henry

2

Dubois, Isaac

10

Baker, Henry

2

Day, Orrin

18

Baker, Ephraim

6

Dunham, Jacob

4

Bogardus, James

16

Dubois, Barent

4

Bogardus, James Jnr.

2

Davidson, Peter

2

Brockway, Beman

10

Depey, John

1

Breasted, Peter

4

Day, Ira

20

Bown, Mathew

2

Dubois, James

3

Benton, Caleb

24

Donnelly, Francis

6

Blodget, Chester

1

Day, Stephen

18

Brigham, Dexter

1

Doxy, Hugh

2

Beaumont, Oliver

3

Doan, John

3

Blake, Jeremiah

1

Dumond, Anthony

3

Blake, Joseph

1

Dubois, John

18

Battle, Charles

1

Dubois, John D.

2

Cole, Zachariah

1

Dorlon, Robert

6

Coon, Jacob W.

2

Derrick, Theophilus

3

Cantine, Moses J.

8

Dougherty, John

2

Amt. card. up

192

Dorncher, Jesse

1

 

 

Amt. Card. Forward

401

Amt. Brot. Forward

401

Amt. Brot. up

562

Donaldson, Peter L.

1

Hicks, John

2

Dubois, Peter

22

Hide, Wilks

8

Dobbs, Abraham

1

Hibbard, William

2

Denphey, Stephen

1

Hinman, Nathaniel

5

Darby, Benjamin

1

Henry, Samuel

2

Duncan, Peter

1

Henry, George

4

Ells, Nathaniel

4

Hide, Benjamin

1

Elliott, Nathan

6

Herman, William

2

Eaton, Silvester

2

Hill, Richard

10

Fish, Backus

2

Hill, Hiland

6

Franklin, John

4

Hill, Hiland Jr.

3

Fonda, Abraham J.

1

Hanmore, Isaac

1

Farry, Jacob

1

Hamlin, Franklin

1

 

 

Hubbard, Hector

1

 

 

Hamlin, John

1

Gaylord, P.T.

4

Ham, Frederick

1

Grant, John

1

Jacob, Nathaniel

4

Gibb, William

1

Johnson, Stephen

2

Garrish, James

1

Kleine, Joseph Jr.

16

Greenman, Joseph G.

2

Kane, James

2

Gardiner, Derck

1

Kerry, John

1

Gates, Arnold

2

Ludington, Tartullis

8

Goodrich, Zeamas

2

Limerick, Thomas

6

Goodrich, William

1

Lyman, Orange

1

Hall, Aaron

2

Le Roy, Francis

1

Hall, Lyman

12

Merrick, Gurdon

1

Hall & Blakesly

8

Magee, Samuel

3

Hallenbeck, Jacob M.

4

McKinstry, Henry

12

Hide, John

2

Meiggs, Elisha

4

Hardenburgh, Isaac

14

Meiggs, Phineas

2

Hardenburgh, John

2

McFarlin, Andrew

2

Haight, Jacob

6

Merrick, Aristobulis

3

Hull, Samuel Jnr.

1

Moore, Rufus

2

Hazen, John

2

Mansfield, Isaac

2

Hale, Thomas

10

Morrison, John

1

Haight, Samuel

5

Moore, Joseph

4

Hawley, Ezra

12

Morgan, James

3

Hall, Lemuel

5

Mattby, Jane

2

Amt. Card. up

572

Amt. Card. Forward

695

 

Amt. Brot. Forward

695

Amt. Brot up

799

Maltby, Benjamin

4

Shaw, John

2

Mann, Ulysus

2

Smith, Simon

2

Norton, Samuel

2

Stocking, Jerad

4

Olcott, John S.

8

Stow, Chancy

2

Ogden, Sybel

5

Stebbins, Ralph

1

Porter, Jesse

4

Stebbins, Orman

1

Pinckney, James

4

Spencer, Mark

4

Pierce, Samuel

2

Smith, Cuff

2

Powers, James

10

Scott, J.V.D.S.

14

Preston, Jehiel

4

Sherman, Adonijah

5

Perkins, Jesse

1

Sole, Benjamin

2

Phillips, John

1

Stimson, Joseph

1

Penfield, Samuel

2

Shephard, Ezra

2

Park, John

1

Starr, John Jr.

2

Ryer, Tunis

1

Sturdevent, Cornelius

1

Rogers, Charles

7

Stevens, Daniel

1

Robinson, James

1

Stevens, Samuel

1

Ruger, John

1

Thorp, Archibald

2

Robb, William

10

Thomson, Ellis

2

Reed, George

2

Thomson, John A. & sisters

6

Reeves, Nathaniel

1

 

 

Rogers, Timothy

1

Thorp, Peter

2

Rogers, James

2

Thayer, Hezekiah

4

Romand, Barent

1

Taylor, George

2

Rowe, Johnathen

1

Thorp, Jason

2

Rau, Hendrick

1

Thorp, David

1

Reynolds, James

2

Ten Eyck, John

1

Rowland, Nye

1

Turner, David

1

Selleck, Henry

2

Thorn, (blank)

2

Selleck, Stephen

1

Van Hoesen, Garret

4

Smith, Jesse W.

2

Van Gorden, Abraham

2

Sweet, Cyrus

2

Van Gorden, Henry

10

Simmons, Joseph C.

2

Van Voorhes, Jacob

4

Sheffield, William

2

Van Bergan, Wilhelmus

6

Stewart, Adam

1

Van Valkenburgh, John

2

Sayre, Francis

4

Van Orden, Jacob

4

Seaman, William

6

 

 

Amt. Card. up

794

Amt. Card. over

903

 

Amt. Brot. Forward

903

Amount brot. Forward

932

Week, Amos

2

Bogardus, Peter

9

Willard, Horrace

5

Bogardus, Jacob T.

4

Wells, Elijah

1

Cafey, Michael

6

Whiteford, Andrew

6

Darrow, John

3

Wetsall, John

1

Egleston, James

1

Weed, Joseph

1

Fish, David

2

Whittelsey, John B.

2

Fisher, Andrew

2

Weeden, Thomas

2

Ford, (blank)

2

Wakeman, Nathaniel

2

Love, John

1

Wise, Elisha

5

O.Brien, John

1

Wilks, Joseph

1

Porter, David

4

Young, Jesse

1

Palen, (blank)

3

 

932

Persen, (blank)

2

 

 

Pott, (blank)

1

 

 

Vale, (blank)

1

 

 

 

974

You are hereby Required to warn the Persons whose names are entered on the foregoing List to appear on the Road from time to time with such implements as are necessary for the purpose of Repairing and keeping in order the Highway within the said District until the whole number of days are worked out or paid, you will keep an accurate account of the money commuted and the manner in which it is expended for which this shall be your sufficient Warrant;  Given under the seal of the Corporation of the Village of Catskill  3 May 1811

Signed by                                                        Samuel Haight          }
                                                                       
John Dubois                }  Trustees of the
                                                                       
Ephraim Baker            }  Village of
                                                                       
James Bogardus          }  Catskill
                                                                       
Hiland Hill                  }

Amount brot. down

974

Woodruff, James

3

Wood, Robert

1

Fiero, John

2

 

980

 

NB  if any Persons are Omitted

        you will make a separate

        list of their names.


1811                At the annual Election held at the House of Terrrance Donnelly on the 5th of May 1811 for the Purpose of Electing the Corporation officers for the Village of Catskill—

                                                Hiland Hill, Prest.
                                               
M.S. Cantine, Secy.

Voted that three Assessors be Elected for the ensuing year—

Voted that the Collector for the last year be allowed four p.cent for the Collections made that year—

Voted that the sum of four Hundred dollars be Raised by Tax for the Purpose of Buying one or more Burriel Grounds for the Village and that said sum be Placed in the hand of the Trustees to Purchase the same—

Voted that a committee of three be appointed to draft a new Act of Incorporation for the Village of Catskill and that Moses J. Cantine, Jarrey Powers & Robert Dorlon be that Committee—

At the Election aforesaid the following Persons were declared to be duly Eleccted, To wit

Henry Ashley
Ezra Hawley
Lyman Hall
Joseph Kleine Jr.
Charely Rogers

Trustees

Ephraim Baker
Charly Clark
Jared Stocking

Assessors

Nathaniel Ells

Collector

Isaac Dubois

Treasurer

 


1811                At a meeting of the Trustees of the Village of Catskill at the house of F. Botsford 11th May 1811

            Present:           E. Hawley, H. Ashley, J. Klein, L. Hall, C. Rogers

E. Hawley was chosen President of this board for the current year & H. Ashley Secretary—

Resolved, That the ??? meetings of this board for the current year shall be at 3 o,clock P.M. on the first Tuesday of every month at the house of F. Botsford.

                                                                        H. Ashley, Sec.


At a meeting of the Trustees of the Village of Catskill 18th May 1811

            Present:  E. Hawley, J. Klein, C. Rodgers, L. Hall, H. Ashley

Messrs. Hawley & Klein were chosen a Committee to enquire into the state of the flagging & report at the next meeting.

& Messrs. Hall & Rodgers a Committee to examine the state of the Sewers.

agreed to allow H. Vn. Gorden until further directed 20/ per day for two pair of oxen

& 16/ per day for two able bodied laborers with all necessary tools, to be employed on the Highways in this Village—


At a meeting of the Trustees of the Village of Catskill at F. Botsfords 4th June 1811

            Present:  E. Hawley, C. Rodgers, L. Hall, J. Klein, H. Ashley

Resolved, That an Order be drawn on the Treasurer for $48.25 in favor of L. Magee, for graveling a section of the main Street agreeable to a Contract made with him by the former Trustees

Resolved, That the money due to the Trustees from Elisha Meiggs, be collected immediately & paid into the Treasury.

                                                                        H. Ashley, Secy.


At a meeting of the Trustees of the Village of Catskill at the house of F. Botsford 2nd July 1811

            Present:  E. Hawley, C. Rodgers, H. Ashley, J. Klein, Trustees

Resolved—That Messrs. Hawley & Klein be a Committee to compleat immediately the flagging of such Lots as are already begun, & such lots as are not flagged; the Owners thereof having neglected to flag according to an Agreement made with the Trustees of this Village aforesaid—


1811     At a meeting of the Trustees Village of Catskill at the Store of Hawley & Austin 15th Aug 1811

            Present:  E. Hawley, C. Rodgers & H. Ashley

Resolved—That the Freeholders & Inhabitants of said Village be notified to meet at Donnely’s Hotel the 22nd inst. for the purpose of pointing out the most eligible Rout for the Sewer across the Main Street between the shop of Jared Stocking & Thos. Limbrick—


At a meeting of the Freeholders & Inhabitants of the Village of Catskill  22nd Aug 1811, pursuant to public notice—

            Present:  E. Hawley, C. Rodgers, L. Hall, H. Ashley, Trustees

Moved & Carried—That the Trustees resume the original Course for the sewers across the Main Street, from or near the shop of Thos. Limbrick to the house of Wm. Robb--& to defray any expences that may arise in resuming the original course—

Moved & Carried, That a sum not exceeding five Hundred Dollars be raised by tax on the Freeholders & Inhabitants of said Village, at such times & in such proportions as the Trustees thereof may deem necessary—

                                                                        Henry Ashley, Secy.


1811    At a meeting of the Trustees 30th Sep 1811

            Moved & Carried That the Trustees attend on the 2nd Oct next to a point out a suitable Lot for a burying ground.—

Move & Carried, That Hezkh. Thayer & James Dubois be & they hereby are appointed members of the first Fire Company in the village of Catskill.—


At a meeting of the Trustees of the Village of Catskill at the house of F. Botsford 4th Feb. 1812

            Present:  E. Hawley, H. Ashley, C. Rodgers, L. Hall, J. Klein

Resolved, That the Petition presented to this board relative to selling meat & regulating the Market, be submitted to a Committee of three--& that Messrs. Hawley, Klein & Ashley be that Committee—

Resolved, That Messrs. Hall & Rodgers be a Committee to examine the state of the fire buckets in this Village & report at the next meeting—

Resolved, That Messrs. Hawley, Klein & Ashley be a Committee to examine the ground for a Land proposed to be opened by T.A. Thompson.

Resolved, That Ephm. Baker be discharged fro the first fire Company in the village of Catskill & that Henry Baker be appointed a Fireman in first company

                                                                        Henry Ashley, Secy.


1812    At a meeting of the Trustees of the Village of Catskill 10th Feb 1812

            Present:  E. Hawley, C. Rodgers, J. Klein, H. Ashley, L. Hall

Resolved That the annexed seal be adopted as the seal of the Corporation of the Village of Catskill.


At a meeting of the Trustees of the Village of Catskill at the house of F. Botsford 9th March 1812

            Present:  E. Hawley, H. Ashley, C. Rodgers, L. Hall

Resolved, That a Committee of three be appointed to procure the best Terms for fencing the burying ground, & that Messrs. Hawley, Hall & Ashley be that Committee—

Resolved, That the Ordinance of the Trustees of the Village of Catskill, relative to selling fresh Meat & Poultry within said Village passed 25th April 1811, be & the same is hereby rescinded—

                                                                        Henry Ashley, Secy.


1812                To the Trustees of the Village of Catskill in the County of Greene

The Petition of Fanny Thompson of the said Village sheweth, That whereas she is the owner of a Lot of Land in said Village adjoining & south of the Store & Lot of Henry McKinstry, & whereas the said Henry as an Inducement for having a public alley laid out upon the said Lot hath paid the your Petitioner Two Hundred & Fifty Dollars—your Petitioner hath agreed & consented & hereby prays that a public Alleyway be laid out upon the north side of her said Lot, beginning at the southeast Corner of the said Henry’s Store upon the west side of the main Street, & running from thence westerly along the north line of your Petitioners Lot to Water Street, said Alley to be Twenty Feet wide, & the Line aforesaid to be the northerly Line of said alley,

& your Petitioner will ever pray ye—

Catskill  21st Feb 1812                                                Fanny Thompson

Copy


1812    At a meeting of the Trustees of the Village of Catskill at the house of F. Botsford 6th April 1812

            Present:  E. Hawley, President, J. Klein, C. Rodgers, L. Hall, H. Ashley

Whereas Fanny Thomson hath presered a Petition to this board praying that a public Alley may be laid out on the north side of her said Lot beginning at the southeast Corner of Henry McKinstry’s Store upon the west side of the main Street, & running from thence westerly along the north Line of the said Fanny’s Lot to water Street said Alley to be Twenty Feet wide, & the Line aforesaid to be the northerly Line of said Alley—

Resolved, That, the Lane as above described be & the same is hereby laid out & established as a public Lane or Alley in the Village of Catskill—

            Henry Vn. Gorden Overseer of Highways District No. 1 exhibited his return, a Copy of which is on file—

Resolved That this board adjourn for two weeks—

                                                                        H. Ashley, Secy.


1812                To Robert Dorlon Esqr. Clerk of the Town of Catskill—

Sir, The Alley as described in the Petition of Fanny Thomson, was Laid out on the 6th April 1812 as a public Alley in the village of Catskill—you will therefore pleas to record the same

1st May 1812               Ezra Hawley               }
                                   
Charles Rodgers          }  Trustees of the
                                   
Lyman Hall                  }  Village of
Copy                           Henry Ashley              }  Catskill


1812                The undersigned Owners of the Land through which the within mentioned Road is to be laid request & do require that the Road within surveyed be laid out as & for a public Highway under & to be regulated by the existing Laws of the State regulating Highways in the Village of Catskill--& hereby consent to the making & using the same, without claiming or demanding any pay for the same—

April 29th 1812                                                Caleb Benton

Copy                                                               John V.D.S. Scott

By actual survey, Beginning at a stake standing at the corner of Water & Main Street on the west side of the Catskill Creek, & running from thence along the west side of said Water Street,--south five Degrees East—Eighteen Chains seventy five Links—thence South Thirty-four Degrees East, Four Chains Eighty-six Links—

            N.B. The above Road to be Sixty-six feet wide will leave the East side of said Road Eighty Links from the southwest corner of Mr. Caleb Bentons Tallow Chandler Factory

Catskill  29th April 1812                                              James Dubois, Sur.

                        To Robert Dorlon, Esqr.

Clerk of the Town of Catskill, Sir pleas to to (sic) record Road according to the above survey, as a public Street in the Village of Catskill—

1st May 1812                                                   Ezra Hawley               }
                                                                       
Charles Rodgers          }  Trustees
                                                                       
Lyman Hall                  }  of the Village
Copy                                                               Henry Ashley              }  of Catskill

 

Assessment of road tax    District No. 1    levied 29 April 1812    Wilkes Hyde, Overseer

Persons names

No. Days

Amt. Brot. up

174

Andrews, L. Woodruff

1

Casey, Michael

8

Austin, Joel

1

Coons, Jacob N.

2

Ashley, John

7

Cantine, Moses J.

9

Aldridge, David

1

Cook, Thomas B.

20

Abeel, Garret

16

Cooke, Apollos

8

Abeel, Anthony

2

Calkins, Ashley

2

A        , Samuel (at Ira Day’s)

1

Clarke, Cornelius

4

Ashley, Henry

8

Clarke, Charles

9

Brown, Samuel

1

Cook, Nathaniel

2

Bill, Jonathan

4

Chandler, Solomon

2

Buell, john

4

Croswell, Thomas O.H.

12

Bolen, John P.

4

Cole, James

4

Bogardus, Egbert

4

Croswell, Mackay

3

Bill, James

2

Coon, Peter

2

Baker, Charles

1

Collier, James

9

Botsford, Francis

8

Calkins, Enoch

1

Brosnaham, Andrew

12

Cray, James

2

Brosnaham, George

4

Chamberlin, Aaron

2

Blanchard, John

1

Crane, Moses

1

Bronk, Henry

2

Church, Eagen

1

Baker, Henry

3

Coon, Nicholas

1

Baker, Ephraim

6

Clemens, John

1

Bogardus, James

18

Darrow, John F.

3

Bogardus, James Jr.

2

Dubois, Isaac

14

Bardsly, (blank)     (with Hau)

1

Day, Orrin

20

Brockway, Breman

6

Dunham, Jacob

4

Breadstis, Peteer

4

Dubois, Barrent

3

Bowne, J. Mathew

2

Davison, Peter

3

Benton, Caleb

24

Depeew, John

1

Brigham, Dexter

1

Day, Ira

24

Blake, Jeremiah

2

Dubois, James

5

Blake, David

2

Donnelly, Tergne

5

Bogardus, Peter

9

Day, Stephen

18

Bishop, Elisha

1

Dougherty, Hugh

2

Bill, Charles

1

Doan, John

3

 

 

Dumond, Anthony

4

 

 

Dubois, John

18

 

 

Dubois, John O.

4

Car’d. up

174

Car’d. over

412

 

Amt. Brot. over

412

Amt. brot. up

518

Dunham, James R.

1

Hallenbeck, Jacob M.

4

Dorlon, Robert

5

Hyde, John

1

Demick, Theophalus

3

Hardenburgh, Isaac

14

Dougherty, John

2

Haight, Jacob

5

Dunscomb, Jesse

2

Hall, Samuel

1

Duboen, Peter

16

Hazen, John

3

Dobbs, Abraham

1

Hale, Thomas

10

Duncan, Peter

1

Hawley, Ezra

12

Duboen, Cornelius

1

Hale, Lemuel

6

Donnelly, Augustus

1

Hooks, John

3

Ells, Nathaniel

3

Hyde, Wilkes

8

Elliott, Nathan

6

Hibbard, William

2

Eaton, Sylvester

2

Hinman, Nathaniel

4

Eggleston, James

1

Henry, Samuel

2

Ensign, Stephen

1

Henry, George

4

Fish, Backus

2

Hyde, Benjamin

2

Franklin, John Jr.

3

Hanes, Robert

1

Fiero, John

2

Hammond, William

3

Fish, David

2

Hill, Richard

4

Fonda, Abraham Jr.

1

Hill, Hiland

4

Ford, Elias

2

Hill, Hiland Jr.

2

Fiero, Jacob

1

Hammond, Isaac

1

Fisher, Andrew

2

Hamlin, Franklin

1

Frayer, John

1

Hubbard, Hector

1

Gaylord, Elnathan T.

5

Hamlin, John

1

Grant, John

1

Ham, Frederick

2

Gibbs, William

2

Hewitt, Lewis

4

Garrish, James

1

Hasson, John

4

Gates, Arnold

2

Hyde, Abner

1

Goodrich, William

1

Haight, John H.

1

Goodrich, Cancey

2

Hays, William

2

Goodrich, Zenos

2

Jacobs, Nathaniel

3

Graham, Charles

1

Johnson, Stephen

1

Hewett, Lewis

1

Kemper, Philip Sr.

3

Hall, Wildman

1

Klein, Joseph

16

Hall, David

1

Kane, James

2

Hall, Aaron

3

King, John

1

Hall, Lyman

12

Klein, Mathew

1

Hall & Blakslee

8?

Ludington, Tartulus

9

 

 

Limbrick, Thomas

7

Car’d. forw’d.

518

Car’d. for’d.

676

 

Amt. brot. forward

676

Amt. Brot. up

770

Leroy, Francis

1

Preston, Jehiel

4