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GREENE COUNTY.    335

part. Windham Center, (p.v.,) on Batavia Kil, in the w. part of the town, contains 3
churches, and has a pop. of 350. SSensonville, (p.v.,) on the same stream, s. of the center
of the town, contains 124 inhabitants, and Big Hollow, (p. v.,) in the s. part, 2 churches and 12
houses. Cast Wind Is am and Union Society are p. offices. The first settlement was
made in 1790, by Geo. Stimpson, Abijah Stone, and Increase Claflin.1 Rev. Henry Stimpson was
one of the earliest settled ministers. There are 5 churches in town.2

Acres of Land, Valuation, Population, Dwellings, Families, Freeholders, Schools, Live
Stock, Agricultural Products, and Domestic Manufactures, of Greene County.

Names op Towns.

Acres op Land.

Valuation op 1858.

Population.

No. of Dwellings.

No. of Families.

Freeholders.

Schools.

Improved.

Unimproved.

Beal Estate.

Personal
Property.

Total.

Males.

Females. j

1 No. of
| Districts.

Children

taught.

'9,846*

4,198

$135,080

$9,500

$144,580

555

584

217

235

140

7

503

10,351*

4,502*

499,308

54,050

553,358

1,470

1,400

438

551

343

7

1,046

22,541

10,982

555,377

88,175

643,552

1,290

1,267

■448

478

341

15

827

19,146*

17,613

1,437,035

532,312

1,969,347

2,812

2,898

930

1,094

544

19

2,020

17,698*

4,516

782,710

165,334

948,044

1,891

1,791

592

603

432

13

1,354

23,166*

5,855

394,145

68,300

462,445

1,239

1,301

482

491

393

15

935

Greenville...............

20,273#

5,535*

580,315

70,632

650,947

1,088

1,085

415

450

342

16

909

7,137

4,007

84,775

9,900

94,675

246

228

86

89

79

4

207-

10,264*

40,456*

135,395

10,642

146,037

833

761

258

276

207

12

735

15,167

10,468#

136,200

25,620

161,820

578

551

205

220

176

10

491

14,727#

21,600

227,539

41,150

268,689

788

807

319

217

235

11

601

New Baltimore........

18,279*

6,124*

804,599

103,820

908,429

1,248

1,154

425

455

306

15

865

8,784

4,854

111,200

29,250

140,450

746.

842

267

290

225

8

665

Windham................

14,840*

9,892

244,283

41,100

285,383

807

877

327

258

188

12

531

Total................

212,223*

150,604*

$6,127,961

$1,249,795

$7,377,756

15,591

15,546

5,409

5.707

3,951

161

11,869

Names op Towns.

Live Stock.

Asricultural Products.

S

’■§/§
§ 3
1 ^
C|-g

Horses.

Working
! Oxen and
| Calves.

1

6

1

§

Swine.

Bush, op Grain.

Tons of Nay.

° S

to ■«

t« 8

8 o

K)S-

Bushels of
Apples.

Dairy Pro duct.s.

| Winter.

Spring.

Pounds

Butter.

'B i5,

s §
£

Bnia

Ashland..................

251

897

727

962

487

1,935*

12,252

2,344*

7,524

11,366

69,815

1,025

283

Athens....................

393

349

509

164

886

4,280*

23,373

4,493*

5,099

10,935

42,776

300

262*

Cairo.....................

714

998

1,040

1,069

1,663

13,804*

. 27,991

4,350

8.254

22,771

96,675

937

1,114

Catskiil..................

713

910

1,076

1,615

1,723

12,538*

39,337*

7,592

9,245

15,153

90.720

617

Coxsaekie...............

685

523

791

397

1,565

8,705*

86,091*

6.699

17,009

18,318

83.735

590

Durham.................

745

1,299

1,352

3,507

2,244

7,064

35,087*

3,998

5,821*

25,805

121,917

6,876

711*

Greenville...............

698

741

1,051

1.779

1,443

7,665*

37,193

6,067

5,679

25,703

109.906

2,079

1.011

Halcott..................

152

496

526

1,390

200

830

11,917

1,907

1,348

2.490

60,916

50

1.164 |

Hunter..................

192

1,019

605

1,205

286

870

3,610

2.495#

8,264

2,540*

52,311

130

584

Jewett....................

236

1,401

1,163

1,869

467

1,869

8,978

3,391

5,864*

13.611

113,520

4,928

146

Lexington...............

354

1,057

1,144

2.013

591

2,449

13,176#

4,468

6,902

13,128

105,290

1,285

779

New Baltimore........

610

517

991

1,248

1,569

13,471*

35,093*

5,498*

21,789

19,361

90,589

720*

Prattsville...............

239

680

750

60S

384

■ 2,075

5,461*

1,834

3,536

3,380

73,780

50

385

Windham...............

271

1,160

867

1,556

566

2,019*

11,651*

3,386

10,536

8,253

79,980

3,657

244

Total..............

6,203

12,647

12,592

19,382

14,074

79,578

301,213*

58,524*

116,871

192,814*

1,191,930

21,317

8,611*

Nathan Blanchard taught the first school, in 1809; Tobias Van

Dusen built the first gristmill, in 1793;  Van Orden kept

the first inn, in 1796; and Bennett Osborn built the first tan¬
nery, in 1822.
s 2 Presb., 2 M. E., and Prot. E.


1

Perez Steel and his brother Aaron, from Tolland. Conn., set¬
tled in town in 1795, and Josh. Jones, Wm. Henson, and Lemuel
Hitchcock (from New Haven co., Conn.) in 1796. The first
marriage was that of Daniel Perry and Mamva Hitchcock; and
the first death was that of Mrs. Lemuel Hitchcock, in 1804.


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