A detailed 1864 town MAP showing residents. (1003K file)
An 1864 map of the Village of Belleville
An 1864 map of the Village of Ellisburgh
An 1864 map of the Village of Mannsville
An 1864 map of The Hamlet of Pierrepont Manor
1918 TOWN OF ELLISBURG FARM MAP
A list of POSTMASTERS in the town in existing and discontinued postoffices.
1810 Census--Town of Ellisburgh
1820 Census - Town of Ellisburg
1863 Civil war draft and exemptions lists
Town of Ellisburg 1890 Census of Civil War Veterans
Civil War Soldiers Buried in the Town of Ellisburg
NORTHERN NEW YORK BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1867-68
WAITE BROTHERS & CO. WATERTOWN, New York, Compilers
Lyttle, Hanford & Company. Printers, Book Binders, and Blank Book
Manufacturers. Price, $2.00
Family sketches from CHILD'S GAZETTEER for the town of Ellisburgh.
Child's Business Directory for the Town of Ellisburgh.
Haddock Family Sketches--Town of Ellisburgh
|Town Historian||MARLENE M. HUNTER||PO Box 82, Belleville 13611|
|Town Clerk||DEBBIE PAYNE||846-5138||Town Hall, PO Box 113, Ellisburg 13636|
|Ellisburg Free Library||SHEILA BETTINGER||846-5087||Ellisburg, 13636|
|Philomathean Free Library||LYDIA MILLER||Belleville 13611|
|Ellisburg Village Clerk||DEBBIE PAYNE||846-5161||Village Office, PO Box 116, Ellisburg 13636|
|Mannsville Village Historian||ELLEN MILLER||465-4191||Box 126, Mannsville 13661|
|Mannsville Free Library||MARY SNYDER||465-4049||PO Box 156, Mannsville 13661|
|Mannsville Village Clerk||CYNTHIA WOOD||465-5515||Village Office, PO Box 153, Mannsville 13661|
History of the Town of Ellisburgh linked from Shirley Farone's Home Page, taken from CHILD'S GAZETTEER OF JEFFERSON COUNTY by HAMILTON CHILDS, published in 1890, transcribed by Shirley Farone.
History of the Town of Ellisburgh, taken from A HISTORY OF JEFFERSON COUNTY IN THE STATE OF NEW YORK by FRANKLIN B. HOUGH, A. M., M.D. linked from Shirley Farone's Home Page
List of contributors to the Town of Ellisburgh from The History of Jefferson County NY by Durant & Peirce published in 1878
Biographies for the Town of Ellisburg by Durant & Pierce 1878
This town was part of the Town of Mexico, until 1803, when it became a separate jurisdiction of Oneida County. It then included what is now the Town of Henderson, which was set off 17 February 1806, leaving Ellisburg some 67 square miles of territory. Thus Ellisburgh is bordered by Lake Ontario on the west, Towns of Henderson and Adams on the North, Lorraine on the east, and the remainder of its boundary is Oswego County. Created a township 22 February 1803, it boasted some of the earliest settlers in Jefferson County. Settlements included Ellisburgh, Belleville, whose Union Academy was the main educational institution of its time for the area, and Mannsville, all of which still maintain postoffices. Lesser hamlets are Pierrepont Manor, Woodville, Wardwell Settlement, and Rural Hill.
|ACRES OF LAND|
|Number of Dwellings||1,211|
|Number of Families||1,060|
|Number of Districts||30|
|Working Oxen and Calves||3,312|
|Bushels of Grain|
|Tons of Hay||6,386 1/2|
|Bushels of Potatoes||50,656|
|Bushels of Apples||50,656|
|Pounds of Butter||261,311|
|Pounds of Cheese||342,465|
|YARDS OF DOMESTIC MANUFACTURE||4,154|
Names of the early settlers
Barton, Thomas J.
Bigelow, Horatio N.
Calkins, Rhoda N.
Chamberlain, Electra Rachel
Cook, Willard Littlefield
Edgerton, James M.
Hicks, Stephen Alpheus
Hines, Thomas W.
Kennedy, Thomas W.
Rice, Franklin A.
Rust, Charlotte H. B.
|Salisbury, Vial |
Walker, William W.
Whipple, Pardon T.
Wright, Mary Elvira
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