Johnston, Thomas, owner of one of two saw
mills, which can cut from 7009000 to 1,000,000 feet of boards, annually.
Lukins, Charles & Co. owner of the other
saw mill, who can cut upwards of 3,000,000 feet per annum
Pugh, John & Co. Oil Mill -- with an Hydraulic
press, where is manufactured between 6p000 and 8,000 gallons of oil, per
Pugh &Baeum's Sash
Factory -- where Sash of all sizes and descriptions ismanufactured,
for theeastern and westernmarkets.
Townsend, Beard & Co. Wire Manufacturing
-- Here Wire of all sizes, to the amount of sixty tons, per annum, is manufactured.
This is one of the most complete and operative establishments of the kind
in the Union, from whence the great valley of the Mississippi is supplied
in this article.
North, Brown & Co. Woollen Establishment
-- where are made jeans, sattinets and flannels.
Miner & Champlin's
Bucket Factory, is a curious, interesting and extensive concern, where
are manufactured about 30,000 of those neat and necessary domestic articles,
so well known to every housewife.
Wolcott, C.C., has a large factory for the
manufacturing of jeans upon a very extensive scales with splendid machinery,
unsurpassed for excellency and beauty, by any in any part of the country.
Pugh, E & J., Flour Mill, with four run
of stones, is capable of manufacturing 129000 barrels of flour per annum.
Wilson, R & W., carry on a Woollen Factory
of jeans, sattinets and plain cloths.
Kennedy, Samuel has an extensive Chair and
Wheelwright Factory, carried on by water power.
M'Farland, Richard, Flour and Oil Mill, in
full operation, two pair of stones running, principally employed in the
Thornby & Townsend,
extensive machinists, cabinet makers and manufacturers, with six pair of
Chamberlin , E.K., Postmaster
Lukens & Bons,
Mendenhall & Millhouse,
M. Gilliland,~ Julius D. Dorris,
John Winter, Druggist -- keeps also an extensive
store of general merchandise.
Chamberlin., E.K., Physician
G. Barnes & Co., Boot and Shoemakers
Watson & Brown,
Boot and Shoemakers
Nicholas Millar, Boot and Shoemakers
Jackson, --------, Saddler
John Dickey, Merchant -- In the village
of Sharon, within the borough of Fallston,.
Joseph M'Ferrin, Esq., Postmaster
M'Ferrin & Lawrence, Merchants
Samuel Witherspoon, Merchants
Samuel M'Laughlin, Merchants
James Trimble, Merchants
R. & D. Wright, Grist and Saw mill
Phillips & M'Connell,
merchants and trading company
Stiles & Fisher,
merchants and trading company
Philip Bentel, merchants and trading
John Donnan, merchants and trading company
J.W. Mead, merchants and trading company
Samuel Farmer, Innkeeper
J.W. Sarend, Innkeeper
Thomas G. Kerr, Innkeepers
William Smith, Physician
J.F. Robinson, Physician
Andrew Knox, Postmaster
James Cameron, Merchant
Samuel Thompson, Merchant
Alex. Mossman, Merchant
James Morrison. Merchant
Wm.Banks , Physician
James Banks, Physician
Dr. Veers, Physician
Rev. Mr. M'Elwee, Seceder; Clergymen
James Sloan, D.D., Presbyterian Clergymen
J. Ewing, Justice of the Peace
James Dungan Frankfort Hotel, at Frankfort
Edward Maginniss, Frankfort House,.
Zebulin Kensay, Esq., Postmaster
S. & M. Prudence, Merchant
Thomas Foster, Justice of the Peace
S. &. S. Smith, Merchants and Innkeepers
George Dawson, Merchant
John Bunton, Merchant
Published: Gleanings, Beaver County Genealogical Society,
Vol. XIV No. 2/3, Dec. 1992 – March 1993