Town of Mohawk

Montgomery County, NY

Source: "Boyd's New York State Directory, 1872-3," business directory and gazetteer, by Andrew Boyd, Syracuse, N.Y., 1872

Fonda, Mongomery [sic.] Co.

One of the first settlers was Douw Fonda, in 1751, from whom it took its name. he was murdered by the Indians under Sir John, May 22, 1780. It is an incorporated village and is the county seat, pleasantly situated on the Mohawk river, 44 miles from Albany, 104 from Syracuse and 254 from Buffalo. It is an important station upon the N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R., this being the junction of the Fonda, Johnstown & Gloversville R. R. which was opened 30th November, 1870. Its present population is about 1400, and a stage runs from here, upon the arrival of every train, to Fultonville, a village of about 1200 population, and one mile south-east from here.

Amer. Union express Co. Isaiah H. Fonda, agent, opp. depot
Ausman John C. boots and shoes, Montgomery
Ballou Cyrus N. billiards, Main
Barber Alphonzo, liquors, Main
Barber A. & Co. lumber dealers, Main
Bauder G. H. livery stable, n. Main
Berry John D. postmaster and flour and feed, Main
Briggs Daniel C. drugs, Main
Bruner B. & E. & Livingston, dry and fancy goods, Main
Buckbee I. I. & F. G. physicians, Montgomery
Burtch Abner H. county clerk, Court House
Conyne & Dockstader, dry goods and groceries, Main
Cook John E. meat market, Broadway
Cross Samuel peace justice, Court House
Cushney Edward B. grocer, Main
Cushney H. B. lawyer, Main
Davis George L. news dealer, Broadway
Davis Isaac M. country store, Main
Davis & Moore, stoves and hardware, Main
Dockstader S. & Son, grocers, Main
Feltis Josiah S. liquors, Broadway
Fisher C. E. & Son livery stable, n. Main
Fonda Adam, flour, feed and grain, Main
Fonda Douw A. dry goods, groceries and lumber, Main
Freeman & Ott, props. Mohawk Valley Democrat, and book and job printers,
Main c. Centre
George Augustus L. furniture, Montgomery
Gilbert Norman A. barber, Broadway
Graff Peter A. deputy county clerk, Court House
Haggart A. & Son, grocers, Main
Hamlin Garry B. photographer, Main
Hart E. E. jewelry and watches, Main
Heath Solomon P. surrogate, Court House
Hees & Benze, merchant tailors, Main
Hill John S. carriage painter, Broadway
Howard George & Son, grocers, Main
Jansen & Siver, marble yard, Main
Johnson House, D. W. C. Johnson. propr. Main
Jones & Gernon, fruit, oysters and fish, Main
Klock Levi, dentist, Main
Lathers George, boots and shoes, Broadway
Lefler Alonzo, harness maker, Main
Linegear A. & S. boots and shoes, Main
Loucks J. P. saloon, Main
McDougall Robert, restaurant, Broadway
Mills G. F. & Co. flour and grist mill, Main
Mohawk Valley Democrat, Freeman & Ott, proprs. and publishers, Main c. Center
National Mohawk River Bank, Main
Putnam George F. wagon maker, Main
Rosa Isaac A. Fonda Hotel, Main
Sammons, Stephen, lawyer, Montgomery
Sizer Edwin, prop. Union Hotel, Main
Smith O. W. physician, Main
Smith O. W. Mrs. milliner, Main
Union Hotel, Edwin Sizer, prop. Main
Vrooman John, harness maker, Main
Wills William, Cayadutta Hotel
Wood & Peek, carriage manufs. Broadway
Yost Daniel Lawyer, Court House

Tribe's Hill, Mont. Co.

Bailey D. W. Country Store
Bailey Jas. B. Country Store
Dougherty E. hotel
Holmes E. physician
Kline J. H. hotel
Putnam J. M. Shoemaker
Shanahan James, stone quarry

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