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1868 Shippers’ Guide – Switzerland County

Switzerland County entries from:
H. C. Chandler & Co.’s Businesss Directory and Shipper’s Guide for the State of Indiana. Indianapolis : H. C. Chandler & Co., Publishers, 1868. Online at Hathitrust.

FLORENCE.
A village on the Ohio river, in Switzerland county, eight miles from Vevay. It contains a population of about 600.

Attorney.

  • Orem J

Blacksmiths.

  • Cooper & Stetson
  • Platt Neal

Boots and Shoes.

  • Daubenherper G

Coopers.

  • Busher Henry
  • Wright D

Distillers.

  • Krutz, Land & Co.

General Stores.

  • Bledsoe & Beymer
  • KRUTZ W G & SON
  • Paul George

Gristmill.

  • Krutz, Land & Co.

Grocery.

  • Land Geo

Justice of the Peace.

  • Edrington L

Notary Public.

  • Orem John

Physicians.

  • McKribben C P
  • Graves B F

Postmaster.

  • Bledsoe L

Saloons.

  • Luck F
  • Perkin J D
  • Uri Adolph

Sawmill.

  • Krutz, Land & Co

Tinner

  • Boyd John
  • Wagonmaker.
  • Branson Moses

Wharf-boat.

  • Bledsoe & Beymer

PATRIOT.
A town of 600 inhabitants, in Switzerland county, on the Ohio river, seventeen miles above Vevay. It is beautifully and healthfully situated, and enjoys considerable trade.

Blacksmith.

  • Tate James

Boarding House.

  • Stevenson Mrs Jane, cor Main and Second

Boots and Shoes.

  • Baxter P, Front
  • Brann John, Front

Coopers.

  • SCHAFER A, w of town
  • Watts M C, cor Main and Second

Distillery.

  • PATE W T & Co, Front

Drugs and Medicines.

  • Beckwith E W, Front

Flour Mill.

  • PATE W T & CO, Front

General Stores.

  • North L, Front
  • Stevenson J & J H, cor Main and Third
  • Wells J C & Co, cor Third and Front

Groceries.

  • Beckwith E W, Front
  • Scranton J M, Front

Harness and Saddles.

  • Shirey J W, cor Main and Third

Hotel.

  • Commercial Hotel, S Fish propr, Front

Insurance Agents.

  • Beckwith E W, cor Main and Third
  • Stevenson J H, cor Main and Third

Justice of Peace.

  • Berry R, Front

Physicians.

  • Beckwith E W, Front
  • Olcott W A
  • Ruter R C

Postmaster.

  • North L, Front

Saloons.

  • How G O, Front
  • Scranton J M, cor Fourth and Main
  • Treusdell C F, Front

Tinware.

  • Bonnell T, cor Main and Third
  • Fortune P, Front

U. S. Bonded Warehouse.

  • PATE W T & CO, Front

Wagonmaker.

  • Wade Samuel, Main

Wharf Master.

  • Coons B, wharf boat

VEVAY.
The capital of Switzerland county, on the Ohio river. It is surrounded by a rich and wealthy agricultural country, which affords a good support to the place. Large quantities of grain and hay are shipped from here annually. The town is laid out with much taste, and contains several good buildings and business houses, with several fine churches, several manufacturing establishments, one weekly newspaper, which is ably conducted for the welfare and interests of the place. It now has a population of about 1800.

Agricultural Implements.

  • Grisard R F & Bro, s w cor Main and Ferry
  • Schenck W P & Son, cor Pike and Ferry

Attorneys.

  • Atkinson W, Court House
  • Carter & Johnson, Court House
  • Downey H A, office LeClerc House
  • Livings T, Court House
  • Ormsbay & McCrelles, Main, bet Ferry and Liberty
  • Smith W, Court House
  • Works J & L, Court House

Bakeries.

  • Clarkson & Dufour, Main
  • Jockell Joseph, Main

Bank.

  • First National Bank, U P Schenck, pres, Wm Hall, cash, Main

Barber.

  • Haller John, Ferry

Blacksmiths.

  • Armstrong Fuget, Ferry
  • Bolton J T, Walton
  • Rutherford Joseph, Pike

Boots and Shoes.

  • Thiebaud C & Sons, Main
  • Weff J F, Ferry

Butcher.

  • Cramer C, w Main

Carpenters.

  • Banta John, Ferry
  • Harthorn Geo, w Main

Civil Engineer.

  • LaClerc E M, office LeClerc House

Clothing.

  • Black Julius, Ferry, bet Main and Pike
  • Kauffman J, Main
  • Weil L & E, w Main

Cigar and Tobacco.

  • Mayer Adolf, cor Main and Liberty
  • Schewe H, Main

Confectionery.

  • Jockell Joseph, Main

Dentist.

  • Ruggles W H Ferry, bet Main and Pike

Drugs and Medicines.

  • Stevens I & Son, Ferry, bet Main and Pike
  • Thiebaud J L, Main

Furniture Company.

  • Vevay Furniture Company, C Demann, agt, Ferry

General Merchants.

  • Davies Jas, Ferry, bet Main and Pike
  • Doan J S, Ferry, bet Main and Pike
  • Grisard R F & Bro, s w cor Main & Ferry
  • Hall & Lewis, Ferry, bet Main and Pike
  • Harwood & Son, Ferry, bet Main and Market
  • James & Hutchinson, Ferry, bet Main and Pike
  • Madary M, Ferry, bet Main and Market
  • Pleasants J K & Co, cor Main and Ferry
  • Schenck U P & Sons, cor Pike & Ferry
  • Schroeder H, cor Main and Ferry
  • Shaw & Rous, cor Ferry and Market sqr
  • Tate G W & J J P, cor Main and Ferry

Groceries.

  • Clarkson & Dufour, Main
  • Cole Daniel, e Main
  • Gordon & Tagul, Ferry, bet Main and Pike
  • Miller S B, cor Main and Liberty
  • Todd Henry, w Main
  • Waldo O S, Main

Hardware.

  • Grisard R F & Bro, s w cor Main and Ferry
  • Schenck U P & Sons, cor Pike & Ferry

Harness and Saddles.

  • Faulkner W, Pike
  • Kessler V, Ferry, bet Main and Market

Hay Dealers.

  • Schenck U P & Sons, cor Pike & Ferry

Hotels.

  • Henry House, H Hatch, prop
  • LeClerc House, Mrs. Julia E LeClerc, propr’s, n cor Ferry and Main
  • Vevay Hotel, E Schoonover, prop, cor Main and Ferry

Insurance Agent.

  • LeClerc E M, office LeClerc House
  • Waldo F J, cor Main and Ferry

Justice of the Peace.

  • Anderson J G, near river

Ladies’ Furnishing Goods.

  • Tardy & Detraz, Main

Livery Stables.

  • Peters Wm, Main
  • Schoonover E, Main

Marble Works.

  • Mencher John, cor Liberty and Main
  • Smith Wm, Ferry

Meat Market.

  • Kincaid J W & Bro, Main

Merchant Tailors.

  • Gray J Wm, Main
  • Knox J C, Main

Millinery.

  • Burns Mrs., Ferry
  • Tardy & Datraz, Main

Mills.

  • Switzerland Mills, John Gill, prop, Pike

News Depot.

  • Thiebaud J L, Main

Newspaper.

  • VEVAY REVEILLE, W J Baird, cor Main and Ferry

Painters.

  • Tinker G P, Pike
  • Roberts & Moxley, Pike

Patent Washboard.

  • IMPROVED CONCAVE PATENT WASHBOARD, J Thompson & Son, manfs, cor Ferry & Pike

Photographer.

  • Ruggles W H Ferry, bet Pike and Main

Physicians.

  • Danglad T M, Ferry
  • Gale E S, Main
  • Morse D A, Pike
  • Thompson J W, Pike

Postmaster.

  • Patton G C, Ferry.

Printing Office.

  • BAIRD W J, cor Main and Ferry

Saloons.

  • Cotton J G & Co, cor Ferry and Market
  • Kyle G M, Main
  • Plew Daniel, e Main

Stoves and Tinware.

  • Dumont & Dupraz, Ferry, bet Pike and Main
  • Goldenburg C & Son, Ferry, bet Main and Pike

Tailoresses.

  • Gillespie & McKimnen Mrs., Ferry
  • Shoemaker.
  • Smith B F, e Main

Wagonmakers.

  • Shaw W G, Pike
  • Shuff S, Walnut

Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.

  • Boerner F A & Bro, Main
  • Ruggles W H, Ferry, bet Pike and Main

Wharfmasters.

  • Dupraz F
  • Patton W

Woolen Factory.

  • SCHOEFIELD & COCHRAN, head of Ferry.

Vevay in 1876

The following article about Vevay, Switzerland County, Indiana appeared in:
Vevay Reveille – 26 Feb 1876 – Page 4, Column 2

VEVAY.
The Pioneers—Manufacturing—Churches—Societies—Town Officers—Who Are Now in Business—Future Prospects—Its Wants, etc.

Vevay was laid out in 1813 by John Francis Dufour. Geographically the selection was a good one, the country near it being very rich, and the location beautiful and healthy. Nestled down at the foot of majestic hills, with a swift flowing river at its feet, and finely cultivated farms below and above it, the town and its surroundings present an attractive appearance. The most of the streets are wide, and well improved.

The original settlers were Swiss. They were a race who loved liberty and justice, were diligent and frugal, and by their industry rapidly conquered the forests, and soon made the “wilderness blossom as the rose.” The most of these old pioneers have long since gone to rest beneath the sod of their adopted country, but we who find our homes here and enjoy the fruits of their labors, should ever gratefully remember them.

We will not trace the history of Vevay during the sixty-two years of its existence, leaving that to one more competent than we, but will merely glance at it, as it is today:

CHURCHES.

The majority of the citizens of Vevay are a church-going, moral people, and there are few places of its size where there are as many religious organizations. The following is a list of the churches, and the names of Pastors:

  • Methodist—R. D. Black.
  • Baptist—T. Warn Beagle.
  • Presbyterian—Thomas Whallon.
  • Catholic—No resident Priest; one from North Madison once a month.
  • Universalist—No regular Pastor; supplied by I. C. Smith, and others.
  • United Brethren—No regular Pastor; supplied by L. N. Cole, John Osborn, and others.

SCHOOLS.

The public schools, composed of a number of Departments, are effective, and are all well sustained by the people. Two large brick buildings are occupied.

SOCIETIES.

Two Subordinate Lodges of Odd Fellows, and one Encampment, one Lodge each of Masons and Good Templars.

TOWN OFFICERS.

Trustees—1st Ward, C. G. Boerner; 2d, Isaac Stevens; 3d, B. Waldemier; 4th, John Chatelin; 5th, Wm. M. Patton; 6th, Wm. F. Goldenburg; 7th, Wm. Hall. Clerk, Graham Ormsby; Treasurer, Edwin E. Long; Assessor, Jos. M. Carter; Marshall, John M. Holdcraft; Superintendent of Cemetery, Wm. Smith.

MANUFACTORIES.

Under this head we have classed only such establishments as find a market for a portion of their products outside of the county. In order to give our readers some idea of the extent of manufacturing here we have personally visited the proprietors of the various manufactories, and obtained from them estimates as to their business.

Vevay Woolen Mills—J. Schofield & Son. Capital, $30,000; annual products, $40,000; persons employed, 25. Make cassimeres, satinets, flannels, jeans, tweeds, yarns, etc.—Sell goods in Ohio, Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky. Some of their yarns are sold in Philadelphia. The senior Mr. Schofield is a native of Yorkshire, England, where he learned the manufacture of wool. He worked in Philadelphia, and has had factories in Rising Sun and Madison. He came to Vevay in 1868, and established the present factory. A few years since he took his son, J. T. Schofield, into partnership with him. He has been in the woolen business for about forty five years.

Vevay Furniture Factory.—Capital, $33,000; annual product, $50,000; number of persons employed, 45.—Established 1866. The proprietors are Wm. Duhlmeir, F. Finnup, C. Keisel and H. Finnup. F. Finnup is Superintendent, and George C. Patton, Secretary. The proprietors are all merchants. Much of their goods are sent to Texas, and other points South. Since they came to Vevay they have built many dwelling houses, and have made improvements in their factory.

Steam Carriage Factory—Capital, $5,000; annual product, $8,000; No. of persons employed, 6. Established 1873. The proprietor, George W. Murphy, carried on the business for twenty years at Fairview, in this county. His work has a good reputation.

Mayer’s Cigar Factory.—Capital, $8,000; annual product, $35,000; number of persons employed, 25. Established 1867. Adolph Mayer, proprietor; Warren Perry, Secretary.—Mr. M. Finds a ready market for his goods in Illinois, Ohio and Indiana. He commenced work himself, then gradually increased his business to its present large proportions.

Henry Schewe—at present has no hands employed in his Cigar Factory.

Union Furniture Factory.—Capital, $40,000; annual product, $53,500; person employed, 56. Established 1874. Occupy a large five story brick building. A Stock Company. U. P. Schenck, President; C. Deman, Treasurer and Superintendent; J. W. Faulkner, Secretary. Sell the most of their goods South.

Chair Factory.—Capital, $12,000; annual product, $45,000; persons employed, 20. Established 1872.—Charles and Wm. Norisez and W. L. Fisk, proprietors. Sell much of their goods in Louisville, Ky., and other parts of the country. They have machinery capable of employing 60 hands, but owing to depression in trade throughout the country have not been running it to its full capacity. They have been running steadily for several weeks and the indications are that they will soon increase the number of their hands.

 

SAW MILLS.

O’Neal & Shuff have a saw mill and shingle factory.

John Manford has a saw mill.

Both these factories saw a large amount of lumber, and employ many hands.

 

THE FLOURING MILL,

On Pike Street, is a large three story brick, with good machinery. The flour has a good reputation. John Gill, proprietor.

 

HOTELS.

Vevay is well supplied with good hotels. The LeClerc House is the largest and oldest. In 1833 Robert LeClerc (long since deceased) took charge of the Franklin House, corner Main and Ferry streets. In 1850 he tore away the frame house and built a large three-story brick building, calling it the “LeClerc House.” It fronts 85 feet on Ferry street, and 75 on Main, and contains 40 rooms. At present it is kept by his widow, Mrs. Julia LeClerc.

The Russell House, which John I. O’Neal recently took charge of, is a three-story brick on the corner of Ferry and Market streets. He is a clever gentleman, and no doubt will build up for a good business.

The Dalmazzo House is a new hotel, on Ferry street, kept by Gabriel Dalmazzo.

The Kyle House was formerly the Odd Fellows Hall, corner Main and Liberty streets. It is a large three-story brick building. Geo. H. Kyle is the proprietor.

At present the Henry House is not occupied.

 

BUSINESS HOUSES.

We would like to speak more particularly of the histories of the various business firms in town, but find we have not the room, and can only put on record the names of proprietors, and kinds of business in which they are engaged.

 

DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, ETC.

Z. I. Yonge & Co., Hall & Lewis (dry goods exclusively), R. F. Grisard & Bro., (hardware, dry goods and groceries), U. P. Schenck & Son (general merchandise), Ormsby & Green, Drake & Bro., John D. Harwood, Jas. Anderson, M. Medary.

 

GROCERIES, ETC.

Isaac Stevens, Levi B. Christie, S. B. Miller, W. & B. A. Stevenson, O. S. Waldo (groceries, hats, boots and shoes), George Grammer, Alexander Edgar, Geo. C. Protsman.

 

DRUG STORES.

J. L. Thiebaud, Golay & Stevens, C. O. Thiebaud.

 

MILLINERS AND DRESS MAKERS.

Mary Detraz, Elizabeth Burns, M. L. Roberts, Gordon & Cole, Maggie Dumont, Eliza Patton.

 

CLOTHING.

Julius Blach, Pleasants & Thiebaud.

 

TAILORS.

Wm. Daly, J. W. Gray, A. B. Moore.

 

BAKERIES AND CONFECTIONERS.

Joseph Jockell, Wm. Hart.

 

STOVES AND TINWARE.

Geo. McAdams, C. Goldenburg & Son, Mr. Lemons.

 

DENTISTS.

Dr. J. W. Baxter & Son, Dr. H. A. Barlow.

 

MARBLE WORKS.

John Melcher.

 

MEAT STORES.

Charles Grammer, Benj. Stoops (groceries, etc.), Northcott & Givens (groceries, etc.)

 

BARBERS.

Samuel Spencer, John Holler.

 

JEWELRY, WATCHES AND CLOCKS.

F. A. & C. G. Boerner.

 

LIVERY STABLES.

McMakin & Bro., Brown & Shull.

 

PICTURE GALLERY.

Joseph Walton.

 

UNDERTAKERS.

Josephus Hollcroft, W. M. Patton.

 

BRICK MANUFACTURER.

Joseph Peelman.

 

BLACKSMITHS.

John T. Bolton (wagons and buggies), M. D. Fuget, Josiah Jackman (machinist).

 

CARPENTERS.

Mullen & Moxley, G. W. Hathorn, Adam Worden, Wm. Archer.

 

PAINTERS.

John W. Moxley, Henry Weales, Harry Weales, Alfred Stow.

 

PLASTERERS.

Chas. Saberton & Sons, Jas. Torrance, Thomas Slater.

 

ICE HOUSE.

F. R. Detraz.

 

WHARF-BOAT.

J. M. Stratford.

 

ADAMS EXPRESS CO.

Geo. McAdams, Agent.

 

COAL MERCHANTS.

Bristow & Lock, John Chatelin.

 

ATTORNEYS.

Carter & Johnston, James B. McCrellis, Works & Works, Will M. Smith, Theodore Livings, John Orem, Lewis A. Clark, George W. Mendell, Adkinson & Ward, Downey & Schroeder.

 

PHYSICIANS.

F. B. O’Neal, L. J. Woolen, J. P. Butz, A. F. Darling, T. J. Griffith, J. W. Thompson (temporarily in Europe), T. M. Danglade (temporarily in California).

 

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.

Owens & Tague, Theodore Livings, L. A. Clark, George W. Mendell.

 

BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURERS.

Benjamin Smith, F. Braun, Thiebaud & Teats.

 

SADDLES AND HARNESS.

Frank J. Martin, Victor Kesler.

 

DAIRY.

F. P. Dupraz (17 cows; milk delivered).

 

FINANCIAL.

First National Bank of Vevay. Capital, $150,000. Established 1874. U. P. Schenck, President; Wm. Hall, Cashier; Dwight Smith, Clerk. The owners of the Stock are probably worth over $1,000,000.

A Loan and Building Association is now being organized. The capital stock has been fixed at $100,000. $30,000 of the amount has been subscribed.

 

FLORIST.

S. M. Dumont.

 

PRODUCE MERCHANTS.

Shaw, Turner & Shaw, J. K. Pleasants, W. B. Owens, Heady & Lewis, U. P. Schenck & Son.

 

POPULATION.

The growth of Vevay has not been rapid, but it has been on a sure foundation—the business generally being proportionately larger than the population. At present there is not less than two thousand persons in Vevay, and perhaps more.

 

THE FUTURE
Of Vevay is promising. Turnpikes are being built out into the country, factories are doing well, and more will probably soon be established; several houses are being built; an addition of land has been made to the town and laid out into town lots.

ITS WANTS.

A railroad, more turnpikes, a tan-yard, wood bucket factory, cooper shop, spoke and hub factory, and agricultural implement factory.

Switzerland County – 1846 Business Directory

The 1846 Switzerland County, Indiana business directory is from:
J. F. Kimball & Co.’s Eastern, Western, and Southern Business Directory; Containing the Cards and Circulars of Merchants, Manufacturers and Others, in the Principal Cities of the East, West, and South: to which is added a State Register of Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. 1846. Second Annual Issue. Cincinnati and New York: J. F. Kimball & Co., Publishers.

SWITZERLAND COUNTY.
Population in 1840 –9,920.

COUNTY OFFICERTS.—Clerk Circuit and Probate Courts, Edward Patton; Auditor, A. W. Dumont; Treasurer, William Hall; Sheriff, Randolph J. Moreior; Recorder, Ira N. Malin; Commissioners, A. S. Humphrey, L. W. Beal, David Shull; School Commissioner, U. P. Schenck; Assessor, Joseph McHenry.

ATTORNEY AT LAW.—Vevay: John Dumont, Robert Drummond, Robert J. Conoway, James Scott Carter, Charles T. Jones, Silas Overturf, James Beale, A. W. Dumont. Craig Township: Joseph C. Eggleston. York Township: Daniel Kelso. Mount Sterling: Jonathan M. Froman.

PHYSICIANS.—Vevay: Joseph McCutcheon, Samuel W. Clarkson, T. C. Gale. Patriot: Elias Humphrey, — Brooks, William G. Gage. New York: Edward Burns. Allensville: P. S. Sage. Cotton Township: Jesse McMillen. Pleasant Township: Samuel Fallis. Jefferson Township: Sewall R. Eaton. Mount Sterling: John L Armington. Jacksonville: — Hull.

CLERGYMEN.—Vevay: H. Wason. Allensville: B. F. Boath. Vevay: A. G. Bussey, — Wallace.

MERCHANTS.—Vevay: U. P. Schenk, Julius Dufour & Co., Penet Dufour & Co., Geo. E. Pleasants & Son, Zadig Rouse, Morerod & Craig, A. R. Bailey & Co. Patriot: Daniel Smith, William Gibson, Martin R. Green, Aribert Gazlay. New York: Jacob R. Hanis, Quercus Grover, B. F. Arnold, Clairborne Allen & Son. Cotton Township: Bennett Seymore. Pleasant: Joseph Stapp.

I, William Dumont, Auditor of Switzerland county, do hereby certify the foregoing list of names to contain the names of the county officers and principal merchants and professional men in this county.

Given under my hand this 22d November, 1845.
WILLIAM DUMONT.
Auditor S. C.

Switzerland County 1883 Atlas Patrons

Switzerland County, Indiana patrons from:
Griffing, B. N. An Atlas of Switzerland and Ohio Counties, Indiana. Philadelphia : D. J. Lake & Co., 1883.

NamePost OfficeOccupationNativityDate of SettlementTownship
Adams, T. F.Sugar BranchFarmerKennebec Co., Me.1843Cotton
Armstrong, G. W.East EnterprisePainterVirginia1855Cotton
Anderson, E.Bascom's CorFarmerDearborn Co., Ind.1882Cotton
Cochran, W. W.Quercus GroveFarmerFayette Co., Pa.1859Cotton
Clark, L.Sugar BranchFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1864Cotton
Dibble, H. J.Quercus GroveFarmerStamford, Conn.1832Cotton
Ford, Alice C.AllensvilleTeacherSwitzerland Co., Ind.1860Cotton
Fox, G. M.Sugar BranchFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1856Cotton
Gary, Hattie M.AllensvilleTeacherSwitzerland Co., Ind.1862Cotton
Gibbs, T. J.Sugar BranchFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1847Cotton
Heath, T. J.East EnterpriseFarmerWarren, Ohio1826Cotton
Harris, Fannie A.AllensvilleTeacherSwitzerland Co., Ind.1859Cotton
Houze, J. R.AllensvilleTeacherSwitzerland Co., Ind.1859Cotton
Lee, D. B.Sugar BranchTownship TrusteeSwitzerland Co., Ind.1849Cotton
Lewis, G.East EnterpriseFarmerOwen Co., Ky.1849Cotton
Leatherbury, J. F.Sugar BranchFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1824Cotton
McMillen, Wm.Sugar BranchPhysician & SurgeonSwitzerland Co., Ind.1824Cotton
McHenry, J.East EnterpriseFarmerIndiana Co., Pa.1819Cotton
Myers, A. J.Sugar BranchFarmerHamilton Co., O.1858Cotton
Melick, W. H.East EnterpriseFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1838Cotton
Oak, D. P. A.East EnterpriseFarmerHamilton Co., O.1818Cotton
Oak, Wm. P.East EnterpriseFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1843Cotton
Oak, Wm.East EnterpriseFarmerNew York1816Cotton
Potter, O. A.East EnterpriseFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1846Cotton
Ross, JaneEast EnterpriseFarmerButler Co., Ohio1842Cotton
Rous, India V.Sugar BranchTeacherSwitzerland Co., Ind.1865Cotton
Slack, J. F.Sugar BranchFarmer & Tob. Dlr.Brown Co., Ohio1882Cotton
Stout, Rev. IraBear BranchSep. Bapt. MinisterSwitzerland Co., Ind.1837Cotton
Stewart, B. D.Center SquareFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1876Cotton
Stewart, JohnCenter SquareFarmerPennsylvania1829Cotton
Stow, U. H.East EnterpriseFarmerSullivan Co., N. H.1820Cotton
Stow, S.East EnterpriseFarmer & CarpenterCayuga Co., N. Y.1820Cotton
Van Osdol, J. W.AllensvillePhysician & SurgeonOhio Co., Ind.1865Cotton
Van Osdol, C. L.AllensvillePhysician & DentistOhio Co., Ind.1878Cotton
Works, A. J.AllensvilleTeacherOhio Co., Ind.1850Cotton
Wells, W. H.Sugar BranchTeacherOrange Co., Vt.1836Cotton
Ward, S. D.Sugar BranchFarmer & Bap. Minist.Brown Co., Ohio1873Cotton
Ward, C. N.Sugar BranchFarmerOhio Co., Ind.1861Cotton
Wainscott, J. C.Center SquareFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1849Cotton
Anderson, J. A.VineyardFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1848Craig
Anderson, G. B.VevayFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1843Craig
Anderson, J. V.Vevay or CraigFarmer and Tob. Dlr.Monroe Co., Ohio1850Craig
Adams, S.MoorefieldFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1827Craig
Banta, J. D.VineyardFarmer and P. M.Shelby Co., Ky.1824Craig
Brindley, Wm.VineyardFarmer and Co. Com.Switzerland Co., Ind.1823Craig
Banta, H. D.CraigFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1842Craig
Banta, IraVevayFarmer & J. P.Switzerland Co., Ind.1837Craig
Brown, M. H.CraigFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1830Craig
Brindley, A. A.MoorefieldFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1847Craig
Bellamy, E. F.MoorefieldFarmer and TeacherSwitzerland Co., Ind.1841Craig
Cain, J. E. and C. D.LambFarmersSwitzerland Co., Ind.1856Craig
Cotton, P. K.MoorefieldFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1833Craig
Coleman, J. G.MoorefieldFarmerPatrick Co., Va.1833Craig
Crandell, J. H.MoorefieldFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1855Craig
Cotton, J. H.MoorefieldFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1803Craig
Detraz, F.CraigFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1836Craig
Detraz, Jas.CraigFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1843Craig
Dow, J.CraigFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1837Craig
Detraz, W. T.CraigFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1842Craig
Furnish, T. R.MoorefieldFarmerGallatin Co., Ky.1881Craig
Farris, T. H.CraigFarmerCarroll Co., Ky.1879Craig
Griffith, A. D.MoorefieldFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1853Craig
Heath, W. R.VineyardFarmerJefferson Co., Ind.1871Craig
Hart, J. A.VineyardFarmer and ApiarianSwitzerland Co., Ind.1830Craig
Holder, Wm.VineyardFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1838Craig
Higgins, M. M.MoorefieldFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1846Craig
Hatton, A.VevayFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1830Craig
Jester, J.MoorefieldFarmer & Twp. TrusteeCaroline Co., Md.1856Craig
Lamb, W. H.LambFarmer and PostmasterJefferson Co., Ind.1868Craig
Leap, D. R.VevayFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1864Craig
Madary, M.CraigFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1827Craig
McKay, O.CraigFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1840Craig
Miller, W. M.BrooksburgFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1826Craig
McKay, G. W.LambFarmer and SurveyorSwitzerland Co., Ind.1840Craig
McKay, JonasCarrollton, Ky. B. 115FarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1830Craig
Malcomson, J. S.CraigFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1842Craig
Mennet, F. L.VevayFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1842Craig
Means, J. H.VevayAssessor & StonemasonMontgomery Co., Ky.1837Craig
Manford, C.MoorefieldFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1826Craig
Mitchell, C. W.MoorefieldFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1842Craig
Phillips, G. W.LambFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1823Craig
Porter, T. I.Long RunFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1847Craig
Protsman, E. R.MoorefieldFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.[blank]Craig
Richter, J. J.MoorefieldFarmerLexington Dist., S. C.1867Craig
Roberts, J.MoorefieldFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1825Craig
Ridgway, J. L.VevayFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1839Craig
Ramseyer, P. V.Long RunFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1845Craig
Reed, Jas.LambFarmerMason Co., Ky.1845Craig
Shaw, Jas.CraigMerchant and P. M.Paisley, Scotland1817Craig
Stoops, Jas.LambFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1852Craig
Schroeder, C. J.VevayFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1854Craig
Stewart, W. H.MoorefieldFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1818Craig
Sigmon, J. G.MoorefieldFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1838Craig
Sigmon, L. H.MoorefieldFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1838Craig
Taylor, J. C.MoorefieldFarmer and StonemasonSwitzerland Co., Ind.1843Craig
Taylor, F.MoorefieldFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1856Craig
Thiebaud, F. L.Long RunFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1844Craig
Wright, J. W.VevayFarmer and Bk. Dlr.Somerset Co., Md.1816Craig
Wiseman, ChristianLambFarmer and Fruit Dlr.Berne, Switzerland1833Craig
Wieseman, CharlesVevayFarmer and Fruit Dlr.Berne, Switzerland1833Craig
Abbett, R. T. F.VevayCounty ClerkKentucky1865Jefferson
Armstrong, D.VevayFarmerDearborn Co., Ind.1837Jefferson
Adkinson, E. H.Vevay[blank]Switzerland[blank]Jefferson
Allen, C.Mt. SterlingEngineerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1845Jefferson
Alvord, B. C.VevayFarmerMontgomery Co., N. Y.1853Jefferson
Allen, D.VevayFarmerNew Jersey1824Jefferson
Bliss, R. E.MarklandFarmer and J. P.New York1838Jefferson
Bosso, LizzieVevayFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1818Jefferson
Bakes, A. G.VevayFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1838Jefferson
Burns, J. M.VevayFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1835Jefferson
Brown, M. L.Mt. SterlingTownship TrusteeSwitzerland Co., Ind.1845Jefferson
Boggs, Wm.VevayFarmerGallatin Co., Ky.1877Jefferson
Boerner, C. G.VevayJeweller & WatchmkrPrussia1864Jefferson
Baird, W. J.VevayEd. "Reveille"Switzerland Co., Ind.1823Jefferson
Burns, O. P.VevayCarpenterBoone Co., Ky.1859Jefferson
Banta, J. W.VevayInsurance AgentSwitzerland Co., Ind.1823Jefferson
Carter, S.VevayAttorney-at-LawVirginia1834Jefferson
Cousins, J. F.VevayTeacherSwitzerland Co., Ind.1856Jefferson
Cole, B.Mt. SterlingMerchantSwitzerland Co., Ind.1842Jefferson
Clark, P.Mt. SterlingFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1825Jefferson
Cotton, R.Mt. SterlingBoot & Shoe MakerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1820Jefferson
Clark, R. E.Mt. SterlingFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1853Jefferson
Cole, Jas.Mt. SterlingFarmer and Stock RaiserWarren Co., Pa.1816Jefferson
Campbell, J. L.MarklandFarmerPennsylvania1880Jefferson
Clendening, L.MarklandWagon MakerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1858Jefferson
Clevenger, J. M.MarklandFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1833Jefferson
Clevenger, W. W.MarklandFarmer and TeacherJasper Co., Ill.1858Jefferson
Clark, J. M.Mt. SterlingFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1856Jefferson
Colven, Wm.Mt. SterlingFarmerCovington, Ky.1870Jefferson
Dodd, G. M.Center SquareFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1851Jefferson
Danglade, J. A.VevayFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1851Jefferson
Dufour, F. R.VevayFarmerMason Co., Ky.1836Jefferson
Detraz, E.VevayMerchantSwitzerland Co., Ind.1855Jefferson
Efner, C. V.VevayFarmerMason Co., Ky.1852Jefferson
Edrington, H.MarklandLaborerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1857Jefferson
Ford, Jane FMarklandFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.18--Jefferson
Ferguson, S. W.VevayFarmerJefferson Co., Ind.1869Jefferson
Ferguson, F.Mt. SterlingFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1878Jefferson
Gill, JohnVevayMillerVirginia1852Jefferson
Griffith, F. M.VevayAttorney at LawIndiana1849Jefferson
Golay, L. W.VevayDruggistSwitzerland Co., Ind.1848Jefferson
Gates, A.Mt. SterlingFarmerHamilton Co., O.1838Jefferson
Gleason, W. H. H.Mt. SterlingBaptist MinisterRipley Co., Ind.1837Jefferson
Gerard, S.Mt. SterlingFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1845Jefferson
Gleason, B. N.Center SquareBlacksmithNew York1842Jefferson
Gray, I. M.VevayGrocerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1844Jefferson
Hollcroft, F. J.VevayUndertakerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1839Jefferson
Hollcroft, J. M.VevayCarpenterSwitzerland Co., Ind.1828Jefferson
Hart, J. R.VevayCo. SuperintendentSwitzerland Co., Ind.1853Jefferson
Hastings, C. O.VevayFarmerOhio Co., Ind.1865Jefferson
Heady, G. W.VevayFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1858Jefferson
Hart, J. E.VevayFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1857Jefferson
Hayden, D. N.Mt. SterlingPhysicianSwitzerland Co., Ind.1853Jefferson
Hitchens, J.Center SquareGrocerJefferson Co., Ind.1861Jefferson
Hardin, IsaacMarklandBlacksmithPerry Co., Ind.1848Jefferson
Heritage, C. F.MarklandFarmerCincinnati, Ohio1867Jefferson
Kohler, F. S.VevayPhysicianPennsylvania1873Jefferson
Leclerc, JuliaVevayLandladyPennsylvania[blank]Jefferson
Lovell, J. H.Mt. SterlingButcherJefferson Co., Ind.1877Jefferson
Lamb, H. H.Mt. SterlingFarmerJefferson Co., Ind.1857Jefferson
Lester, JohnMt. SterlingFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1829Jefferson
McCrellis, J. B.VevayAtt'y-at-LawNew Jersey1867Jefferson
Manning, D. G.VevayOrgan, Piano and Sew. Mac. Agt.Ireland1853Jefferson
Morerod, AimeVevayFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1815Jefferson
Marble, W. O.VevayFarmerOhio Co., Ind.1876Jefferson
Morrison, Flora B.Center SquareFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1827Jefferson
Miller, FrankMarklandFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1842Jefferson
Miller, CrawfordMarklandFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1842Jefferson
Miller, MelvilleMarklandFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1847Jefferson
Miller, AaronMarklandFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1831Jefferson
Monroe, W. G.MarklandFarmerOhio Co., Ind.1872Jefferson
McMakin, Wm.VevayFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1838Jefferson
Myers, J.VevayFarmerHamilton Co., Ohio1828Jefferson
Markland, A.MarklandFarmerHamilton Co., Ohio1828Jefferson
Nelson, JohnCenter SquareFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1862Jefferson
Orem, J. P.VevayRecorderSwitzerland Co., Ind.1853Jefferson
Otter, JohnVevayRetired soldierJefferson Co., Ind.1881Jefferson
Pleasants, G. S.VevayAttorney-at-LawSwitzerland Co., Ind.1855Jefferson
Pleasants, J. K.VevayMerchantSwitzerland Co., Ind.1829Jefferson
Protsman, W. R.VevayFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1847Jefferson
Protsman, E. W.Center SquareFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1832Jefferson
Pickett, SusanVevayFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1832Jefferson
Phillips, E.MarklandFarmerNew York1833Jefferson
Patton, M.VevayFarmerIreland1838Jefferson
Plew, J.VevayFarmerBoone Co., Ky.1835Jefferson
Phillips, M. M.VevayFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1844Jefferson
Peters, J. W.VevayFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1855Jefferson
Richmond, J. E.Mt. SterlingCarriage and WagonmSwitzerland Co., Ind.1855Jefferson
Riley, F.Center SquareFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1826Jefferson
Reeves, M.MarklandFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1836Jefferson
Schenck, U. P.VevayBanker and MerchantSwitzerland, Europe1817Jefferson
Schroeder, L. O.VevayAttorney-at-LawSwitzerland Co., Ind.1846Jefferson
Shaw, A.VevayPostmasterSwitzerland Co., Ind.1826Jefferson
Stevens, E. M.VevayDruggistSwitzerland Co., Ind.1845Jefferson
Sauvain, Wm.VevayFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1833Jefferson
Sullivan, HuldahMt. SterlingFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1822Jefferson
Stoops, S. B.MarklandFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1842Jefferson
Schievelbein, G.VevayFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1851Jefferson
Thiebaud, C. V.VevayGrocerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1851Jefferson
Turner, IsaacVevaySpeculatorSwitzerland Co., Ind.1830Jefferson
Tower, Wm. S.VevaySheriffDearborn Co., Ind.1835Jefferson
Tapp, Z.Mt. SterlingFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1852Jefferson
Tague, Wm.VevayFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1840Jefferson
Tardy, H. P.VevayFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1823Jefferson
Turner, F. M.MarklandFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1836Jefferson
Tapp, J.VevayFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1851Jefferson
Torrance, Jane M.MarklandFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1833Jefferson
Works, J. A., Sr.VevayAttorney-at-LawOwen Co., Ky.1848Jefferson
Works, J. A., Jr.VevayLiverymanSwitzerland Co., Ind.1852Jefferson
Waltz, E.VevayFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1828Jefferson
Walden, N. J.Mt. SterlingBlacksmithSwitzerland Co., Ind.1847Jefferson
Webb, J. C.Mt. SterlingBricklayer and Plast.Switzerland Co., Ind.1824Jefferson
Walden, W. R.Mt. SterlingUndertakerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1858Jefferson
Webb, S. R.Center SquareFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1830Jefferson
Waltz, G. W.VevayFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1840Jefferson
Wiley, O.MarklandFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1838Jefferson
Waltz, G. G.VevayFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1835Jefferson
Waltz, Wm.VevayFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1844Jefferson
Abbott, AlmiraPatriotFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.[blank]Posey
Bradford, O.North's LandingFarmerOwen Co., Ky.1877Posey
Boyle, JohnPatriotFarmerAyrshire, Scotland1830Posey
Cheever, E. M.Quercus GrovePhysician & SurgeonJennings Co., Ind.1849Posey
De Hart, E. H.PatriotTeacher & FarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1854Posey
Douglass, H. M.PatriotFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1831Posey
Fisk, A.PatriotFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1836Posey
Harris, H. J.PatriotFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1843Posey
Hickman, J. A.PatriotFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1840Posey
Hickman, S. W.PatriotFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1847Posey
Howe, S.PatriotMerchantOhio Co., Ind.1866Posey
Jamieson, R. A.PatriotPhysicianRising Sun, Ind.1868Posey
Jackson, J. N.PatriotFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.[blank]Posey
Love, J. W.PatriotMerchantSwitzerland Co., Ind.1847Posey
McIntire, B. F.North's LandingAssessorSwitzerland Co., Ind.1832Posey
Moredock, A.PatriotMerch. And Ins. Agt.Switzerland Co., Ind.[blank]Posey
Moore, R. C.PatriotCarpenterRandolph Co., Ill.1847Posey
Mottier, J. D., Sr.PatriotFarmer and Wine Gr.Lausane, Switzerland1846Posey
North, W. F.PatriotMillingOhio Co., Ind.1848Posey
Newbold, Wm.PatriotFarmerSussex Co., Delaware1823Posey
Newbold, Thomas F.PatriotFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1848Posey
Stewart, Jas.PatriotFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1821Posey
Scranton, J. M.PatriotDlr. In Liq. & CigarsOhio Co., Ind.1848Posey
Van Dorin, J.PatriotFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1835Posey
Vauter, J. W.PatriotFarmerGarrett Co., Ky.1829Posey
Van Houten, T. M.PatriotProprietor of HotelDearborn Co., Ind.1836Posey
Walker, W. C.PatriotSurveyorSwitzerland Co., Ind.[blank]Posey
Brandon, Van S.MoorefieldFarmerBath Co., Ky.1834Pleasant
Brakhage, Wm.Farmer's RetreatTeacher and MinisterLippe, Germany1848Pleasant
Cunningham, F. B.BenningtonFarmer and TrusteeSwitzerland Co., Ind.1851Pleasant
Culbertson, Jas.MoorefieldFarmerJefferson Co., Ind.1821Pleasant
Culbertson, JohnMoorefieldFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1836Pleasant
Crandell, J. M.MoorefieldFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1823Pleasant
Carnine, T. N.PleasantFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1835Pleasant
Cole, L.Cross PlainsFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1838Pleasant
Cole, F. W.BenningtonFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1841Pleasant
Cole, F. J.BenningtonFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1838Pleasant
Dalgleish, Wm.PleasantFarmerAyrshire, Scotland1832Pleasant
Griswould, L.BenningtonFarmerNoble Co., Ohio1839Pleasant
Hageman, D. C.Mt. SterlingFarmer & Stock DealerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1858Pleasant
Hulley, G. S.BenningtonFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1847Pleasant
Houze, J. F.AaronFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1852Pleasant
Horton, J. M.PleasantBlacksm. & St'k Rals.Switzerland Co., Ind.1833Pleasant
Henry, W. H.PleasantFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1840Pleasant
Jackson, A. G.BenningtonFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1835Pleasant
Krall, S.AaronFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1835Pleasant
Lee, C. L.Sugar BranchFarmer & Poultry BrSwitzerland Co., Ind.1839Pleasant
Morrison, S. H.BenningtonFarmer & Road Supt.Allegheny Co., N. Y.1844Pleasant
Manford, G. H.MoorefieldFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1836Pleasant
Newkirk, C. M.BenningtonBlacksmithSwitzerland Co., Ind.1840Pleasant
Osborn, M.AaronFarmer & Stock Dlr.Switzerland Co., Ind.1823Pleasant
Poston, Wm.PleasantFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1839Pleasant
Pearce, J. M.AaronFarmer and J. P.Switzerland Co., Ind.1840Pleasant
Protsman, J. M.VevayFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1842Pleasant
Reape, H.Farmer's RetreatFarmerKenton Co., Ky.1848Pleasant
Riley, J. M. W.MoorefieldMerchantJefferson Co., Ind.1855Pleasant
Ryan, C. J.BenningtonFarmerHamilton Co., Ohio1864Pleasant
Scott, R.MoorefieldFarmer and Co Com.Switzerland Co., Ind.1833Pleasant
Steele, J. S.AaronFarmerRipley Co., Ind.1877Pleasant
Smith, J. R. S.Sugar BranchFarmerGloucester Co., N. J.1824Pleasant
Smith, C. R.MoorefieldFarmer and ApiaristSwitzerland Co., Ind.1843Pleasant
Smith, A. E.MoorefieldFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1851Pleasant
Smith, I. M.AaronFarmer and MillerHamilton Co., Ohio1838Pleasant
Turner, L. E.BenningtonFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1839Pleasant
Voris, NealBenningtonFarmer & WagonmkrSwitzerland Co., Ind.1851Pleasant
Van Pelt, G. W.MoorefieldPhysician & SurgeonScott Co., Ind.1866Pleasant
Weaver, E. H.MoorefieldFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1824Pleasant
Armstrong, W. C.FlorenceFarmer and TrusteeSwitzerland Co., Ind.1846York
Bledsoe, LemuelFlorenceMerchantFloyd Co., Ind.1851
Benedict, A.MarklandMerchantCampbell Co., Ky.1865
Beard, J. H.MarklandDealer in Leaf Tobac.Gallatin Co., Ky.1874
Benedict, J. L.MarklandPhysicianCampbell Co., Ky.1865
Boyd, F. C.MarklandFarmerNorth Carolina1860
Bennett, B. F.MarklandFarmerRush Co., Ind.1858
Brown, Jas.MarklandFarmerCarroll Co., Ky.1846
Buck, L. C.FlorenceFarmer and TrusteeSwitzerland Co., Ind.1832
Cooper, S. P.MarklandCarpenterSwitzerland Co., Ind.1849
Cousins, F.FlorenceFarmerFluvanna Co., Va.1837
Danbenheyer, J. H.FlorenceTeacher & Twp. Ass'r.Dearborn Co., Ind.1865
Griffin, G. W.MarklandDruggistGallatin Co., Ky.1880
Galbreath, R. W.MarklandFarmerClermont Co., Ohio1877
Gullion, D.MarklandFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1838
Gullion, M.MarklandFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1825
Givens, A.FlorenceFarmerPittsburg, Pa.1820
Hearick, J. A.Warsaw, Ky.Carriage Manufactur'rGallatin Co., Ky.[blank]
Hewitt, G. W.MarklandPhysicianSwitzerland Co., Ind.1844
Huston, D.MarklandFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1848
Hastie, J.MarklandFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1821
Kelso, G.FlorenceCarpenterDearborn Co., Ind.1827
Knaus, Wm.MarklandFarmerGermany1865
Langsdale, J. M. W.FlorencePhysician & DruggistGallatin Co., Ky.1874
McCreary, J. F.FlorenceFarmerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1817
Markland, C.MarklandFarmer & TraderOhio1828
McCreary, A. J.FlorenceFarmer and MillerSwitzerland Co., Ind.1843
Milgas, F.FlorenceFarmerGermany1854
O'Neal, J. I.MarklandMillerRipley Co., Ind.1860
Patterson, J.FlorenceFarmerBoone Co., Ky.1854
Vaughn, J.MarklandMerchantGreyson County, Va.1864
McCreary, D.MarklandMerchantSwitzerland Co., Ind.1859
White, J. P.Florence[blank]Switzerland Co., Ind.1843

Switzerland County – 1866 Indiana Gazetteer and Shippers’ Guide

Switzerland County, Indiana entries from:
Cowen, M.V. B., compiler. The Indiana State Gazetteer and Shippers’ Guide for 1866-7. Lafayette, Indiana : Rosser, Spring & Cowen, 1866.
Digital Copy at HathiTrust

Allensville, Switzerland county, 10 miles north-east of Vevay, and 14 miles from Dillsborough, on the Ohio & Mississippi railroad. Ship to Vevay or Rising Sun on the Ohio river. Population 125.

Bennington, Switzerland county, 10 miles north-west of Vevay the county seat. Population 125. Ship to Vevay on the Ohio river.

Center Square, Switzerland county, 8 miles from Vevay the county seat.

Craig, Switzerland county, a village in that county.

Enterprise, Switzerland county, Ship to Vevay.

Fairview, Switzerland county, 10 miles north of Vevay. Post Office Sugar Branch.

Florence, Switzerland county, on the Ohio river 8 miles east of Vevay the county seat. Population 400.

Grant’s Creek, Switzerland county, north-east of Vevay.

Jackson, Switzerland county. Ship to Vevay, on the Ohio river.

Jacksonville, Switzerland county. Ship to Vevay, 7 miles distant, on the Ohio river.

Log Lick, Switzerland county, a small place in that county.

Moorefield, Switzerland county. Ship to Vevay, 8 miles distant, on the Ohio river. Population 150.

Mount Sterling, Switzerland county. Ship to Vevay, 3 ½ miles distant, on the Ohio river. Population 300.

New York, Switzerland county, on the Ohio river, 1 mile below Warsaw, Kentucky. Post Office Florence.

Patriot, Switzerland county, on the Ohio river, 17 miles above Vevay, the county seat. Population 600.

Pleasant, Switzerland county, a Post Office of that county.

Quercus Grove, Switzerland county, a Post office of that county.

Sugar Branch, Switzerland county, 10 miles north of Vevay. This is the Post Office for Fairview.

Vevay, capital of Switzerland county, on the Ohio river, an equal distance from Cincinnati & Louisville. Population 1,600. Express Company, American.

Vevay, Switzerland County.

Attorneys at Law.

  • F. & W. H. Adkinson, also C. A.,
  • W. R. Johnson, also C. A.,
  • Carter & Titus, also C. A.,
  • John Dumont,
  • James A. Works.

Architect and Builder.

  • George W. Kyle.

Agricultural Implements.

  • R. F. Grisard & Brother.

Bank.

  • First National Bank of Vevay, Capital $100,000, U. P. Schenck, President, William Hall, Cashier.

Barber.

  • John Hollar.

Baker and Confectioner.

  • Joseph Jockell.

Blacksmiths.

  • Rutherford & Rodgers.
  • Armstrong & Fugett.

Billiard Saloon.

  • W. H. Ruggles.

Boots and Shoes.

  • C. Theibaud & Son,
  • J. Thompson,
  • B. F. Smith.

Bottled Ale.

  • Daniel Plew.

Cabinet Makers.

  • Vevay Furniture Company, B. Bunganer, Agent.

Cigars and Tobacco.

  • H. Schewe.

Clothiers and Merchant Tailors.

  • Julius Black,
  • Joseph Kauffman,
  • William Price,
  • J. W. Gray,
  • L. & E. Weil.

Coal Dealers.

  • S. B. Miller & Co.,
  • Rutherford & Peters.

Carriage Manufacturers.

  • G. P. Tinker, also Painter.

Carpenters and Builders.

  • Gravener & LeClerc.
  • Johnathan Roberts.

Druggists.

  • J. L. Theibaud,
  • J. L. Theibaud & Co.,
  • Isaac Stevens.

Dentist.

  • E. R. Mullett.

Express Company.

  • American Express Company, H. Charlton, Agent.

Flouring Mill.

  • S. B. Miller & Co.

General Stores.

  • U. P. Schenck & Sons,
  • Harvey Schroder,
  • Hathaway & Co.,
  • George Paull,
  • John F. Doon,
  • R. F. Grisard & Brother,
  • Harwood & Son,
  • L. & C. Weil,
  • Shaw & Rous,
  • William B. Owens,
  • M. Madary,
  • James K. Pleasants & Co.,
  • Theibaud & Courvoisier,
  • Hall & Lewis.

Groceries and Produce.

  • Daniel Cole,
  • John G. Cotton, also Liquors,
  • R. Anderson,
  • Henry Todd,
  • Clarkson & Dufour, also Bakers,
  • O. S. Waldo,
  • F. J. Waldo,
  • J. W. Keith.

Hay Dealers.

  • U. P. Schenck & Sons,
  • James K. Pleasants & Co.

Hotel.

  • LeClerc House, Mrs. Julia LeClerc.

Insurance Agents.

  • W. H. Adkinson,
  • Carter & Titus.

Jewelers, Watch and Clock Dealers.

  • W. W. Ruggles, also Artist,
  • F. A. Boerner & Brother.

Livery Stables.

  • J. R. S. Smith,
  • William Peters.

Milliners.

  • Mrs. Tardy & Detraz,
  • Miss Jane E. Kincaid, also Dress Maker.

Marble Workers.

  • Melcher & McKimens.

Newspaper.

  • The Reveille, W. J. Baird, Proprietor.

Painter and Grainer.

  • H. Weales.

Physicians.

  • T. M. Danglade,
  • J. W. Thompson,
  • E. S. Gale.

Produce Dealers.

  • H. Charlton & Co.

Printing Ink.

  • Schneck & Henry.

Saddles and Harness.

  • Kesler & Son,
  • William Faulkner.

Stoves and Tinware.

  • Dumont & Duprez,
  • C. Goldenberg & Son.

Saloons and Restaurants.

  • George Kyle,
  • Peter McMakin,
  • Mansfield & Plew.

Wagon Makers.

  • Samuel Shuff,
  • W. G. Shaw.

Woolen Factory.

  • Lindensmith & Co.

Switzerland County – 1861 Ohio River Gazetteer

Switzerland County, Indiana entries from:
G.W. Hawes’ Commercial Gazetteer and Business Directory of the Ohio River 1861. Indianapolis : G. W. Hawes, 1861.
Digital Copy at Google Books

PATRIOT, IND.,
Two miles below [Hamilton, Ky.], a post village of Switzerland county, in Posey township, situated 20 miles above Vevay, 100 miles above Louisville, 50 miles below Cincinnati, and about 100 miles south-east from Indianapolis. It was laid out in 1830, and is situated three miles from Big Bone Springs. It contains a Methodist, Presbyterian and Universalist church, a collegiate institute, Masonic and Odd Fellows’ lodges, 10 stores of various kinds, 2 hotels, 1 steam flouring mill, 1 steam saw mill, and a variety of mechanical and manufacturing branches. Population 600. Township, 2,000.

NEW YORK,
Sometimes called Florence, one mile below [Warsaw, Ky.], in Switzerland county, Ind., is a small village. Population about 200.

VEVAY, IND.,
Ten miles below [New York, Ind.], the county seat of Switzerland county, situated on the Ohio river, equi-distant between Cincinnati, O. and Louisville, Ky. It was laid out in the year 1813 by John Francis Denfour and Daniel Denfour, emigrants from Canton De Vend, in Switzerland, Europe, and in remembrance of their native town gave it its present name. The town is laid out on part of the land which was entered by John James Dufour and his associated, in the beginning of the present century, and on which an extended credit was given, by an act of Congress, with a view of encouraging the culture of the grape. The commerce of the town is confined chiefly to the shipping of produce to the southern markets, and is the point on the Ohio river to which most of the produce of the county is brought for shipment. It is remarkable that, as yet, there has never a case of cholera originated in the town. Many attribute that fact to the water used by the inhabitants—it being altogether cistern water that is used. It is a very healthy location. There are at present a Methodist, Baptist and New School Presbyterian church. The Catholics have a small church started recently, which begins to increase in number. As yet they have no public worship, having rented for the time being a house for a chapel, but contemplate building a fine church. The Reformers have a congregation but not house of worship yet built.

Much attention is given to the culture of the grape. The variety found to succeed best here is the Cape grape, from which a considerable quantity of wine, resembling claret, is made. Population about 2,000.

Agricultural Implement Manufacturers and Dealers.

  • Wade S., Patriot, Switzerland co., Ind.
  • Grisard F. S. & Son, Vevay, Switzerland co., Ind.

Ambrotype, Daguerrean and Photographic Artists.

  • Chandler Jacob A., Patriot, Switzerland co., Ind.
  • Gage W. G., Patriot, Switzerland co., Ind.

Architects, Carpenters and Builders.

  • Towers John, Patriot.
  • Wade S., Patriot.
  • Wade S. W., Patriot.
  • Wiler William, Patriot.

Attorneys at Law and Notaries Public.

  • Gurley J. G., Patriot.
  • Herrick B., Patriot.
  • Dumont John W., Vevay.
  • Lamb & Atkinson, Vevay.
  • Scott C., Vevay.

Bakers and Confectioners.

  • Schilling J., Patriot.
  • Unser Charles, Vevay.

Beef and Pork Packers and Dealers.

  • Scranton J. M., Patriot.
  • Watts John & Co., Patriot.

Blacksmiths.

  • Platte R., Patriot.
  • Tait James, Patriot.

Book Binders and Blank Book Manufacturers.

  • Stevens Isaac, Vevay.

Boot and Shoe Makers and Dealers.

  • Craver F., Patriot.
  • Yager F., Patriot.
  • Thompson O. G. & Co., Vevay.

Brick Makers and Dealers.

  • Fletcher S. A., Patriot.
  • Eblen James, Vevay.

Cabinet Makers and Furniture Dealers.

  • Hawkins A., Vevay.
  • Lamson T. D., Vevay.
  • Littlefield Enos, Vevay.
  • Short J. V., Vevay.

Carriage and Wagon Makers.

  • Golay S. T., Vevay.
  • Shuff Samuel, Vevay.

Clothiers and Merchant Tailors.

  • Black Julius, Vevay.

Coal Dealers.

  • Howe S. & Co., Patriot.

Coopers and Stave Manufacturers and Dealers.

  • Brixner A., Patriot.
  • Watts M. C., Patriot.

Dentists.

  • Baxter Petitt, Patriot.

Distillers and Rectifiers.

  • Howe S. & Co., Patriot.

Druggists.

  • STEVENS ISAAC. See card. Vevay.

Flouring and Grist Mills.

  • Knot G. G. & Co., Vevay.
  • Miller S. B. & Co., Vevay.

General Stores.

  • Driver H., Patriot.
  • Gazlay A., Patriot.
  • Gibson W., Patriot.
  • Hobbs A., Patriot.
  • Wells J. C., Patriot.
  • Curvoisier & Lewis, Vevay.
  • Harwood & Doan, Vevay.
  • Hathaway & Co., Vevay.
  • Hoffman J. B., Vevay.
  • McMillen John, Vevay.
  • Medary M., Vevay.
  • Plesants S. E. & J. K., Vevay.
  • Schenck W. P. & Son, Vevay.
  • Shaw Alfred, Vevay.
  • Teats Jesse, Vevay.

Grocers.

  • Scranton J. M., Patriot.
  • Watts John & Co., Patriot.
  • Clarkson & Waldo, Vevay.
  • Cole D. C., Vevay.
  • Tomkins A., Vevay.
  • Unser Charles, Vevay.

Hardware and Cutlery.

  • Grisard F. L.  & Son, Vevay.

Hotels and Hotel Proprietors.

  • Commercial Hotel, Patriot.
  • Spencer House, Patriot.
  • Leclerc House, Vevay.
  • RUSSELL HOUSE. See card. Vevay.

Insurance Agents.

  • Gazlay Arebert, Patriot.
  • Jack John J., Patriot.
  • Keeney Ira, Patriot.
  • Griard T. L. & Son, Vevay.
  • Pidgeon & Terrell, Vevay.
  • Pleasants Geo. E., Vevay.
  • Schenck Benjamin F., Vevay.
  • Waldo F. J., Vevay.

Jewelry, Watches, Clocks and Silverware.

  • Boerner F. A., Vevay.

Livery and Sale Stables.

  • Emerson A., Patriot.
  • Lemons Charles, Vevay.

Marble Workers and Dealers.

  • Vanausdall T. J., Vevay.

Milliners and Dress Makers.

  • Coffin Mrs. S. A., Patriot.

Millinery, Silk and Fancy Goods.

  • Detraz & Tardy, Vevay.
  • Kincaid Miss E. B. & Co., Vevay.

Physicians and Surgeons.

  • Gale E. S., Patriot.
  • Humphrey E. M., Patriot.
  • Rutey R. R., Patriot.
  • Danglade T. D., Vevay.
  • Gale T. C., Vevay.
  • Ridgeway J. F., Vevay.

Real Estate Agents and Dealers.

  • Titus J. H., Vevay.

Saddle and Harness Makers and Dealers.

  • Larison J. A., Patriot.
  • Cole D. C., Vevay.
  • Faulkner W., Vevay.
  • Potter Robt., Vevay.

Saw Mills.

  • Fish S., Patriot.
  • Smithson Joshua, Vevay.

Stoves, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware.

  • Fortune P., Patriot.
  • Goldenburg C. & Son, Vevay.
  • Woody L. L., Vevay.

Wines and Liquors.

  • Case E., Patriot.

Switzerland County – 1916 Indiana Gazetteer and Business Directory

Switzerland County, Indiana entries from:
Indiana State Gazetteer and Business Directory 1916-7. Indianapolis : R. L. Polk & Co, 1895.
See also:
Entries from Vevay, Switzerland County, Indiana

SWITZERLAND COUNTY—Vevay, the county seat. Judge Circuit Court, F. M. Griffith; Prosecuting Attorney, Wallace Cotton; Clerk Circuit Court, J. P. Curry; Auditor, J. W. Smith; Treasurer, J. L. Cunningham; Recorder, O. P. Courtney; Sheriff, J. C. Heady; Coroner, W. M. Hall; Surveyor, W. H. Morrison.

AARON
Settled in 1875, is located in Pleasant township, Switzerland county, 13 miles northwest of Vevay, the county seat, shipping and banking point. Rural free delivery from Bennington. Exp., Adams.

  • Hoffmeyer G L, genl store.

ALLENSVILLE
Population, 50. A village in Cotton township, Switzerland county, 11 miles north of Vevay, the county seat, shipping point and from which there is rural free delivery. East Enterprise 2 miles distant, is the banking town.

  • Bovard Berne, genl store.
  • Downey J S & Son, pianos.

AVONBURG.
A village in Switzerland county, 12 miles from Vevay, the county seat. Cross Plains is the banking point. Rural free delivery from Madison.

  • Clements J M, undertaker.
  • Morrison Edward, wagonmkr.

BENNINGTON.
Population, 100. Settled in 1825. In Pleasant township, Switzerland county, 10 miles north of Vevay, the county seat. Cross plains 7 miles distant, is the banking town. Osgood and Vevay are the shipping points. Laura Hooton, postmaster.

  • Banta Fred, hotel and apiarist.
  • Griswold H, wagonmkr.
  • Hayes Roy, general store.
  • HOOTON LAURA, Physician and Surgeon and Postmaster.
  • Miles C S, meats.
  • Rochat J B, produce and live stock.
  • Sample H W, general store.

CENTER SQUARE
Population, 65. A village in Jefferson township, Switzerland county, 8 miles from Vevay, the county seat, banking point and shipping station, and from which there is rural free delivery service. Exp., Adams. Tel W. U.

  • Barker J H, general store.

CRAIG
Population, 50. A village on the Ohio river in Craig township, Switzerland county, 6 miles from Vevay, the county seat and shipping station and from whence there is rural free delivery.

  • Clements Roy, wagonmkr.
  • Shaw E W, genl store.

EAST ENTERPRISE
Population, 200. A village in Cotton township, Switzerland county, 12 miles north of Vevay, the county seat. Aurora is the nearest shipping station to which there is daily stage service. Has a bank. W. M. Hall, postmaster.

  • Bank of East Enterprise (capital $12,000), W P Truitt pres, H D Stow cashr.
  • Barker Wm S, meats.
  • Buchanan Henry, genl store.
  • Farmers Mutual Telephone Co.
  • HALL W M, Physician and Postmaster.
  • Heath E W, grocer.
  • Houze Jordan R, genl store.
  • Lockwood S D Mrs, milliner.
  • Stow H D, cashr Bank of East Enterprise.
  • Truitt Wm P & Son, flour and saw mill.

FAIRVIEW
Population, 50. In Cotton township, Switzerland county, 10 miles north of Vevay, the country seat, usual banking and shipping point. C. B. Seymour, postmaster.

  • Bailey Howard, wagonmaker.
  • Gibbs Mary E Mrs, genl store.
  • Lee W H, saw mill.
  • Long F M, wagonmaker.
  • Miles Nettie, milliner.
  • Seymour C B, postmaster.
  • SEYMOUR & CLARK, General Store.

FLORENCE
Population, 350. In York township, Switzerland county, 8 ½ miles s. w. of Vevay, the county seat, and 30 from Madison, the nearest shipping point. Has a bank. E. L. Rosenberger, postmaster.

  • Duplan A L, genl store.
  • Florence Deposit Bank (Capital, $25,000), W H Scott pres, B S Landran cashr.
  • Krutz W F, general store.
  • Landram B S, cashr Florence Deposit Bank.
  • Langsdale J M W, general store.
  • Marshall Laura, hotel.
  • Marshall H K, grocer and confr.
  • Mason Wm, soft drinks.
  • Ohio River Telephone Co.
  • Peak & Scott, milliners.
  • ROSENBERGER E L, Cigars and Tobacco and Postmaster.

LAMB.
Population, 30. On the Ohio river, in Switzerland county, 8 miles from Vevay, its banking and shipping point, whence mail is supplied by rural delivery.

  • Ash L, genl store.
  • Banta J B, genl store.

MARKLAND.
Population, 150. On the Ohio river, in York township, Switzerland county, 5 miles east of Vevay, the county seat and usual banking point. Emma H. Snyder, postmaster.

  • Benedict S L, printer.
  • Benedict W A, sawmill.
  • Benedict W C & S L, genl store.
  • Benefield & Moose, grocers and confrs.
  • Chittenden J W, genl store.
  • Culbertson Wm H, carriages.
  • Ethridge T B Jr, grocer.
  • Ford Thomas N, broom mnfr.
  • Markland Canning Co.
  • O’Neal Arlington, flour mill.
  • SNYDER EMMA H, Dressmaker and Postmaster.

MOOREFIELD.
Population, 96. In Pleasant township, Switzerland county, 8 miles northwest of Vevay, the county seat, banking and shipping point. E. E. Jones, postmaster.

  • Copeland G W, physician.
  • Culbertson C D, wagonmaker.
  • Culver & Riley, general store.
  • Gray M H, hotel.
  • Gray M M & Co, general store.
  • JONES ERVIN E, General Store, Real Estate and Postmaster.
  • Moorefield Saw Mill, A W Dennist mngr.
  • Rutherford Earl, confectioner.

MOUNT STERLING.
Population, 100. In Switzerland county, 3 ½ miles from Vevay, its banking and shipping point, whence mail is supplied by rural delivery.

  • Armstrong, George, general store.
  • Hutchings F, general store.

PATRIOT.
Population, 350. On the Ohio river, in Posey township, Switzerland county, 18 miles from Vevay, the county seat. Has Baptist and Methodist churches and a bank. Ship by water. Robert M. Goff, postmaster.

  • Bodey Charles, lumber and coal.
  • Brown J E & Sons, groceries and meats.
  • Couch Bert, tinner.
  • Couch & Broadwell, hardware and roofers.
  • DeHart C B, hotel.
  • Emerson Bros, restaurant and confectioners.
  • Farmers Mutual Telephone Co.
  • Gockel Wm & Son, general store.
  • Goff Robert M, postmaster.
  • Green Harry D, garage.
  • Hume C J, tobacco buyer.
  • Humphrey Wm S, undertaker.
  • Johnson J W, cashier Patriot Deposit Bank.
  • Lyons Charles D, real estate.
  • McHuron S V, general store.
  • Mottier Ed, fruit grower and vineyard.
  • North A L, automobiles.
  • OLCOTT O W, Druggist.
  • Patriot Deposit Bank (capital $25,000), H J Harris president, J W Johnson cashier.
  • Platt George, wagonmaker.
  • Rea Wm, coal, produce and towing.
  • Schroder Produce Co.
  • Scudder Daniel T, veterinary surgeon.
  • Scudder Leonard, hardware and farm implements.
  • Scarcy Ben H, physician.
  • Sechrist J T, lawyer.
  • Vandaren Grace, milliner.
  • Wichman Julia Mrs, s. s. agent.

PLEASANT.
Population 25. In Pleasant township, Switzerland county, 14 miles north of Vevay, the county seat and shipping point, and 6 miles from Cross Plains, its banking point. Mrs. Hannah Oatman, postmaster.

  • OATMAN HANNAH MRS, General Store.
  • Shaffer Levi, woodworker.

QUERCUS GROVE.
Population, 50. Switzerland county, 16 miles n. e. of Vevay, the county seat. R. D. from Rising Sun.

  • Rochat H, general store.

Vevay – 1916 Indiana Gazetteer and Business Directory

Vevay, Switzerland County, Indiana entries from:
Indiana State Gazetteer and Business Directory 1916-7. Indianapolis : R. L. Polk & Co, 1895.

VEVAY.
Population, 1,700. The judicial seat of Switzerland county, is located on the Ohio river, 100 miles southeast of Indianapolis. Has Baptist, Christian, Methodist and Presbyterian churches, 2 banks and 2 newspapers. E. Griffith, postmaster.

  • Adams Music Store, mus insts.
  • Anderson T D, livery.
  • Bear Lowery R, physician.
  • Binder Fred, milliner and wall paper.
  • Brindley Ollie, mlnr and notions.
  • Buschman W L, furniture.
  • Butler Viola, hotel.
  • Campbell B M, hardware.
  • City Roller Mills, flour.
  • Clements & Deeman, proprs Royal Theatre.
  • Cole James R, lawyer.
  • Copeland Robert M, physician.
  • Culbertson Carol, coal and farm implts.
  • Culbertson Clyde, flour mill.
  • Curry Bertha S, genl store.
  • Danglade Abbie, mlnr and ladies furngs.
  • Danner Americus V, hdwe and farm implts.
  • David David A, shoes.
  • DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO, Printers and Publishers.
  • Detraz Bros, saw mill.
  • Downey E P, grocer.
  • First National Bank (capital $50,000), C S Tandy pres, A J Porter cashr.
  • Fisk W L, furn, farm implts and wagons.
  • Floyd Wm, grocer.
  • Gaudin George, carriages and farm implts.
  • Gaudin Walter, mens furngs.
  • Geiger C H, dentist.
  • Goday L W, drugs.
  • Graham Avery A, confectioner.
  • Green Harry, garage.
  • Griffith Earnest, postmaster.
  • Griffith Francis M, judge Circuit Court.
  • Hall George, lawyer.
  • Haskell Fred L, undertaker.
  • Heady & Heady, livery.
  • Jaynes Charles, grocer.
  • Jaynes Wm, florist.
  • Johnson S & Co, dry goods and carpets.
  • Kiiesel Charles, genl stoer.
  • Kincaid & Cole, meats.
  • Klein Wm G, shoes.
  • Knox Harry A, shoes.
  • Krummel J, meats.
  • Lamson Charles B, confectioner.
  • Lamson Julian, clothing.
  • Land Riley & Son, hdwe and baker.
  • Lyrick Theatre, Riggs Bros proprs.
  • Manning Dennis G, cigars.
  • Marshall & Catton, lawyers.
  • Martin E M, carriage pntr.
  • Melcher C F, marble.
  • Mennet G E, produce.
  • Muret —, physician.
  • O’Neal & McKay, garage.
  • Pavy Charles, lawyer.
  • Peters Irvin A, livery.
  • Pickett Sallie, baker.
  • Pickett Thomas, hotel.
  • Pleasants James K Sons, clothing.
  • Porter A J, cashr First Natl Bank.
  • Protsman W O, publr Vevay Reveille and printer.
  • Protsman & O’Neal, autos.
  • Riggs Bros, proprs Lyrick Theatre.
  • Riggs Edward T, gro and produce.
  • Riggs Press, printers.
  • Royal Theatre, Clements & Deeman proprs.
  • Schad Julius, harness.
  • Shadday John H, physician.
  • Shaw Alfred, real estate.
  • Shaw Charles C, cashr Vevay Deposit Bank.
  • Shull Ed, live stock and prod.
  • Sieglitz Charles, jeweler.
  • Simmons — Mrs, hotel.
  • Stepleton Paul, grocer.
  • Stevens E M, drugs.
  • Stucy F, tobacco.
  • Sullivan H C, undertkr.
  • Switzerland Democrat, Democrat Pub Co publrs.
  • Tandy Carroll S, lawyer.
  • Thiebaud Hugh, physician.
  • Union Furniture Co.
  • Vevay Creamery Co.
  • Vevay Deposit Bank (capital $50,000), J M Scott pres, C C Shaw cashr.
  • Vevay Flour Mills.
  • Vevay Ice Co.
  • Wahl Caroline, dry goods.
  • Walton J E, photographer.
  • Ward John P, physician.

Switzerland County – 1884 Indiana Gazetteer and Business Directory

Switzerland County, Indiana entries from:
Indiana State Gazetteer and Business Directory 1884-85. Indianapolis : R. L. Polk & Co., 1884.
Digital Copy at Internet Archive
See also:
Entries from Vevay, Switzerland County, Indiana

SWITZERLAND CO.—Vevay the county seat. Clerk, Robert T. F. Abbott. Sheriff, William S. Tower. Treasurer, William C. Robinson. Auditor, Philip C. Holland. Recorder, James P. Oren. Coroner, Flavius J. Hollcroft. Surveyor, David N. Hayden.

AARON. Settled in 1870; is located in Pleasant township, Switzerland county, 12 miles northwest of Vevay, the county seat and shipping point. The village contains 60 inhabitants, a Methodist church and one saw mill. C G Adams, postmaster.

  • Adams C G, General Store.
  • Adams A C Jr, harnessmkr.
  • Buchanan H H, cabinetmkr.
  • Johnson Abraham, carpenter.
  • Johnson S R, saw mill.
  • Miles Jeffrey, blacksmith.
  • Smith G W, carpenter.
  • Smith I M & Son, Saw and Corn Mill.
  • Thieband C O, express agt.

ALLENSVILLE. This hamlet of 50 population is located in Cotton township, Switzerland county, 11 miles north of Vevay, the county seat, banking town and place of shipment. Aaron B Vannatter, postmaster.

  • Moore John, grocer.
  • Vanarsdal John, physician.
  • Vanarsdal J W & C L, physicians.
  • Vannatter Aaron B, General Store.

BENNINGTON. Contains 100 inhabitants, in Pleasant township, Switzerland county, 10 miles northwest of Vevay, the county seat, shipping depot and location of nearest bank. The village supports Methodist and United Brethren churches and 1 flour mill. J P Marsh, postmaster.

  • Ford H, general store.
  • McGregor J B, general store.
  • Marsh H H, constable.
  • Marsh J P, live stock.
  • Neal John, wagonmkr.
  • Neal John C L, justice of the peace.
  • Newkirk C M, blacksmith.
  • Pearce Joseph M, justice.
  • Shoddy A, blacksmith.
  • Simpson R G & Dalglish, physicians.
  • Smith John H, flour mill.
  • Smith J V W, tinner.
  • Voris N, wagonmkr.

CENTRE SQUARE. Is a location of 170 persons, in Jefferson township, Switzerland county, 8 miles north of Vevay, the county seat, shipping point and banking town. Has Baptist, Christian and Universalist churches. J S Shadday, postmaster.

  • Belden B & Bro, flour mill.
  • Gleason B N, blacksmith.
  • Hall Edward A, carpenter.
  • Hunter A G, harnessmkr.
  • Jackson J M, wagonmkr.
  • Kirkpatrick J C, apiarian.
  • Shadday J S, General Store.

CRAIG. Known also as Braytown, is located on the Ohio river, in Craig township, Switzerland county, 6 miles west of Vevay, the county seat, banking town and usual place of shipment. James Shaw, postmaster and general store.

  • Anderson J V, grain and tobacco.
  • Banta Ira, justice.
  • Bray D W, shoemkr.
  • Bray John A, shoemkr.
  • David David, blacksmith.
  • Haskell T J, blacksmith.
  • Weaver W H, wagonmkr.

EAST ENTERPRISE. Established in 1850, is the location of 150 persons, in Cotton township, Switzerland county, 12 miles northeast of Vevay, the county seat and banking town. Markland, a landing on the Ohio river, 7 miles south, is the place of shipment. Daily stage to Rising Sun and Vevay; fare to either place, 50 cents. R G Simpson, postmaster.

  • Heath Daniel, basketmkr.
  • Hide S B, live stock.
  • Littlefield Harvey, justice of the peace.
  • Lockwood S D, shoemkr.
  • McCrary T F, grain.
  • McGuffin Wm, cooper.
  • Phillips Dennis, carpenter.
  • Richmond E S, jeweler.
  • Sedam Michael, blacksmith and undertaker.
  • Seymour E G Rev (Bapist).
  • Simpson G F, general store.
  • Simpson James, blacksmith.
  • Simpson J F, hotel and livery.
  • Washer & Duning, saw and flour mill.

FLORENCE. A village and landing on the Ohio river, containing 300 inhabitants, with a location in York township, Switzerland county, 9 miles east of Vevay, the county seat; Warsaw, Ky, on opposite side of river, is the location of nearest bank. Its shipments are hay, wheat, potatoes and onions. Churches, Methodist and Christian. J M W Langsdale, postmaster.

  • Baldwin S D, barber.
  • Barke Henry, carpet weaver.
  • Barkhan H, shoemkr.
  • Bittel Henry, basketmkr.
  • Buscher Henry, cooper.
  • Cunningham O D, dry goods.
  • Duplan M, blacksmith and justice.
  • Kelso G, carpenter.
  • Land George, grocer.
  • Langsdale J M W, druggist and physician.
  • Lock F, meat market.
  • Moore Eugene, saloon.
  • Scott George, saloon.

LAMB. Is a landing on the Ohio river, in Craig township, Switzerland county, 8 miles below Vevay, the county seat and banking town. No village. Wm H Lamb, postmaster.

LONG RUN. Is a small hamlet, located in Craig township, Switzerland county, 3 miles west of Vevay, the county seat, banking town and shipping point. Population 50. Wm. Tait, postmaster.

  • Siebenthal A J, saw mill.
  • Siebenthal F J, Flour Mill.
  • Tait Wm, blacksmith.
  • Thiebaud F L, saw and shingle mill.

MARKLAND. In York township, Switzerland county, located on the Ohio river, 5 miles above Vevay, the county seat and nearest banking point, contains a population of 225. Ex, Adams. W G Kincaid, postmaster.

  • Beard & Co, leaf tobacco.
  • Benedict Americus, general store.
  • Benedict A, saw and planing mill.
  • Benedict Samuel L, printer.
  • Benedict & Foster, leaf tobacco.
  • Brown & Vanbrigle, hotel.
  • Burk Harry, shoemkr.
  • Clark & Beard, general store.
  • Clendening J, wagonmkr.
  • Franklin Revy, cooper.
  • Griffin G W, druggist.
  • Hewett G W, physician and druggist.
  • Hewett Henry, cooper.
  • Johnson J S, carpenter.
  • Kincend W G, Blacksmith.
  • McClanahan Joseph, cooper.
  • Marsh John D, carpenter.
  • North B H, general store.
  • O’Neal J J, flour mill.
  • Robinson & Bledsoe, general store.
  • Tuarkland Charles, produce.

MOOREFIELD. Situated in Switzerland county, 8 miles northwest of Vevay, the county seat, bank location and shipping point, contains a population of 150. Miss Orinda M Ricketts, postmaster.

  • Culbertson Scott, physician.
  • Culbertson Wm, blacksmith.
  • Finch Charles, meat market.
  • Kunkle Daniel, blacksmith.
  • Ricketts Orinda H, General Store.
  • Riley J M, general store.
  • Van Pelt G W, physician.
  • Worstell M, shoemkr.

MOUNT STERLING. Population 168. Situated in Jefferson township, Switzerland county, 3 ½ miles north of Vevay, the county seat, banking town and shipping point. Contains 2 churches and graded school. Stage communication, in summer, with Rising Sun and Versailles; fare, $1 to each. Benjamin Cole, postmaster.

  • Banta J H, apiarist.
  • Banta M H, brick mason.
  • Clark Paul, justice of the peace.
  • Cole Benjamin, General Store.
  • Cole James, live stock.
  • Cotton Ralph, shoemkr.
  • Cotton Thomas, stone mason.
  • Craig G, carpenter.
  • Gleason W W Rev (Baptist).
  • Griffee J N, physician.
  • Hadon Dr, physician.
  • Shanan James, wagonmkr.
  • Waldon N I, blacksmith.
  • Webb Jacob C, mason.

PATRIOT.

With a population of 500, is an enterprising village on the Ohio river, in Posey township, Switzerland county, 20 miles northwest of Vevay, the county seat. Daily stage to Rising Sun, the bank location; fare, 50 cents. Flour, tobacco and wood are exported. Alfred Moredock, postmaster.

  • Abbott J W, grocer.
  • Addis Benjamin, hotel.
  • Bonnell T O, hardware.
  • Bonnell & Moredock, General Store and Hardware.
  • Bruner J, saloon.
  • Charles S A, hotel.
  • Emerson L H, General Store.
  • Firk Samuel, hotel.
  • Gockel Wm, general store.
  • Gurley J G, lawyer.
  • Herrick H B, shoemkr.
  • Howe S & Co, general store.
  • Jamieson R A, physician.
  • Lamkin S, blacksmith.
  • Love J W & Co, general store.
  • Moore Erastic, livery.
  • Nave H, baker.
  • North E E & W F, flour mill.
  • Olcott W A, physician and druggist.
  • Pate W T & Co, distillers.
  • Pfeiffer E, harnessmkr.
  • Platt Ralph, blacksmith.
  • Rice A S, undertaker.
  • Robinson E M, shoemkr.
  • Scranton J S, saloon.
  • Shirey J W, justice of the peace.
  • Taylor J & Son, barbers.
  • Tait & Miller, blacksmiths.
  • Van Houten T M, hotel.
  • Wade S, wagonmkr.
  • Wade S W, justice of the peace.
  • Watts V Mrs, milliner.

PLEASANT. A country postoffice in Pleasant township, Switzerland county, 13 miles northeast of Vevay, the nearest banking town, seat of justice, and shipping point. Population 25. Adams Ex at Vevay. J A Spencer, postmaster.

  • Bailey Joseph, dentist.
  • Briggs Richard, meat market.
  • Crawford John, blacksmith.
  • Carnine Dennis, carpenter.
  • Crawford John, flour mill.
  • Frances Calvin, blacksmith.
  • Fry O D, blacksmith.
  • Hewitt James, cooper.
  • Horton John, blacksmith.
  • Mathias Nathan, saw mill.
  • Morton H, blacksmith.
  • Smith J H, flour mill.
  • Spencer J A, General Store.
  • Spencer Simpson, saw mill.
  • Stewart James, dentist.

QUERCUS GROVE. A village of 42 inhabitants in Posey township, Switzerland county, 16 miles northeast of Vevay, the county seat. Patriot, on the Ohio river, 6 miles northeast is the shipping point. The nearest bank is located at Rising Sun. Stage route to North’s Landing, Rising Sun and Patriot. L B Keeney, postmaster.

  • Cheever E M, physician.
  • Keeney M G, civil engineer.
  • Lampton Wm, cooper.
  • Long J M, justice and blacksmith.
  • Loshetter P R, lawyer.
  • Platt Wm, blacksmith.
  • Ricketts J C, general store.
  • Riley John, wagonmkr.
  • Walker Wm, lawyer.

SUGAR BRANCH. Known also as Fairview, a village in Cotton township, Switzerland county, 10 miles southeast of Vevay, the shipping point, county seat and bank location. Population 41. Sylvester R Heath, postmaster.

  • Elfer John, physician.
  • Gaither J H, carpenter and shoemkr.
  • Gaither Minnie Mrs, milliner.
  • Gibbs James H, general store.
  • Heath Sylvester R, General Store.
  • Lee David B, saw mill.
  • Likely Henry, harnessmkr.
  • Long F M, hotel and blacksmith.
  • Tinker S R, wagonmkr.

VINEYARD. A country postoffice, in Craig township, Switzerland county, established for the convenience of farmers, located 7 miles west of Vevay, the county seat, shipping and banking point. Hay, apples and potatoes are shipped. John D Banta, postmaster.

  • Banta John D, Farmer.
  • Claghorn James, lawyer.
  • Robarts Harod, general store.
  • Sibenthal F J, flour mill.

Vevay – 1884 Indiana Gazetteer and Business Directory

Vevay, Switzerland County, Indiana entries from:
Indiana State Gazetteer and Business Directory 1884-85. Indianapolis : R. L. Polk & Co., 1884.
Digital Copy at Internet Archive

VEVAY. This town of 2,000 inhabitants, the county seat of Switzerland county, is pleasantly located on the Ohio river, 100 miles south of Indianapolis, and 75 below Cincinnati. The manufacturing interests of Vevay are represented by 2 saw mills, 1 chair factory, 2 planing mills, 3 furniture factories, 1 brick yard, 1 flour mill and 1 woolen mill. It has no debt whatever, and is supplied with good county buildings, 5 churches—Methodist, Baptist, Presbyterian, Catholic and Christian—2 graded schools, 2 hotels, 1 bank and several substantial business blocks. These are published here 3 weekly newspapers—the Reveille, Times and Democrat. Ex, Adams. Tel, W U. Alfred Shaw, postmaster.

  • Anderson Margaret, millinery.
  • Baxter John W, dentist.
  • Blach J & Sons, clothing.
  • Boerner Charles G, jeweler.
  • Boulton John T, wagonmkr.
  • Boyd John W, stoves.
  • Brindley John D, saloon.
  • Brown Joseph E, propr National Hotel.
  • Brown M & Son, grocers.
  • Catelin John, grain.
  • Craig Albert G, physician.
  • Danner Joseph, meat market.
  • Datraz Francis R, carpenter.
  • Delaney Thomas, saloon.
  • Detraz Mary J Mrs, millinery.
  • Downey T H & Son, grocer.
  • Edger Alexander, grocer.
  • Edger & Co, planing mill.
  • Faulkner Wm, planing mill.
  • First National Bank, U P Schenck, Pres.
  • Freeman Wm, physician.
  • Gilbert Margaret, dressmkr.
  • Girard & Plew, restaurant.
  • Golay & Stevens, druggists.
  • Goldenburgh C & Son, stoves.
  • Gordon Catharine, milliner.
  • Gramer John M, meat market.
  • Gray James, tailor.
  • Griffith Francis M, lawyer.
  • Griffith M E Mrs, millinery.
  • Griffith Thomas J, physician.
  • Grisard Frederick L, general store.
  • Hall & Lewis, dry goods.
  • Hartford Philip T, shoes.
  • Hathorn George N, carpenter.
  • Henry Christian, saloon.
  • Henry Wm J, barber.
  • Hollcraft Flavius J, undertaker.
  • Jockell Joseph, baker.
  • Johnson Wm R, lawyer.
  • Kessler Victor, harness.
  • Kirtley E Rev (Baptist).
  • Knox James S, livery.
  • Knox Walter A, propr Times.
  • McCrellis & Pleasant, lawyers.
  • Martin Edward, painter.
  • Melcher John, marble works.
  • Miller David, cigars.
  • Moxley Frank J, contractor.
  • National Hotel, J E Brown, Proprietor.
  • Northcot Robert S, blacksmith.
  • Orem John, lawyer.
  • Outcalt Frank, cigars.
  • Owens & Livings, real estate.
  • Patton Wm M, undertaker.
  • Pleasants J K & Son, clothing.
  • Robenstein & Sieglitz, jewelers.
  • Rosenfeld L & Co, clothing.
  • Russell Antoinette, millinery.
  • Sage Philander S, physician.
  • Schenck U P & Son, general store.
  • Schroeder Louis O, lawyer.
  • Scott & Brown, grocers.
  • Shaddy John H, physician.
  • Shaw Alfred, postmaster.
  • Shaw Charles C, agrl implements.
  • Shaw & Detraz, grocers.
  • Shaw Frank P, wagonmkr.
  • Sheftall Eugene, barber.
  • Shuff & Waldo, saw mill.
  • Simmons & Porter, grocers.
  • Smiley John W, livery.
  • Smith Benjamin F, shoemkr.
  • Spencer Samuel, barber.
  • Stow Alfred, painter.
  • Taylor & Fallis, saloon.
  • Teats Wm L, grocer.
  • Thiebaud Charles O, druggist.
  • Thiebaud Charles V, grocer.
  • Thiebaud George J, shoes.
  • Thiebaud John L, druggist.
  • Told S & J H, coal.
  • Union Furniture Co, David Armstrong, Pres.
  • Vevay Democrat (weekly).
  • Vevay Times, Walter N Knox, propr.
  • Vevay Woolen Mills.
  • Walton Joseph E, photographer.
  • Waldo Otis S, dry goods.
  • Waldo & Pleasants, brickmkrs.
  • Ward & Livings, lawyers.
  • Warden Adam, carpenter.
  • Weales Henry, painter.
  • Williams John E, cigars.
  • Woollen & Craig, physicians.
  • Works James A, livery.
  • Works & Works, lawyers.
  • Young Z I & Co, general store.