Landowners as listed on the 1860 village map.
The map has a business directory listed, which I suspect was a paid advertisement type of thing.
Some names are listed more than once, indicating more than one establishment owned.
* = unreadable
** = unnamed
B.S. = Blacksmith
Est = Establishment
Res = Residence
S.H. = School House
S.M. = Saw Mill
Surname Name Remarks Briggs R. W. Farmer Huntley L. T. Farmer Murphy P. P. Physician + Surgeon Osgood W. Proprietor of the Royalton Center House Sibley O. Farmer
Surname Name Street Remarks Armes A. ** B. S. Shop ** B. S. + Carriage Sh. ** Bacon W. ** Briggs R. W. ** Butterfield Dr. ** Clark R. C. ** Cleveland J. A. ** Deavanport G. ** Fitch T. H. Miss H. ** Goodman J. W. ** Gould W. ** Huntley L. T. ** Lewis I. ** Lienhart H. ** M. E. Church ** M. E. Parsonage ** Munger C. ** Murphy D. D. H. ** Murphy Dr. P. P. ** Osgoods Hotel W. ** Perry * ** Pinners Mr. ** Proctor C. A. ** Robins W. W. ** School No. 6 ** Shoe Sh. ** Shoemaker P. O. J. ** Sibley O. ** Store ** T. H. ** Talcott I. F. ** Tannery ** Thompson J. ** Waggon Shop ** Weslyan Church ** Whitney L. ** Wright D. S. ** Wright W. H. **
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