Blaney (an apprentice to Uncle F.) with trimming Camphor lamps - shifting benches for lecturers and etc - sweeping and dusting - pulling out emblems, etc - for different lodges - "Blue" - "K.
Harris - sons Marshall - m.- Conn girl - died Australia- Tom W. 28 - In rebuilding on old site - after 1840 - made a store here - occupied by Moore house - later Jones and Gardner - later Blancey and Mury - all for sale shoes - later - Sam Groves Northrop ? 2 - Hat store - Thurber Bros - afterwards removed to Mobile - small building No.
1 - NE corner Market and Front - "The Old Court House" in street square as the central point of this Town - surveys begin - No 1 - was approached by steps of ton or square timbers - solid - I guess 10x12 - laid up regularly on both streets - almost entire length of both sides of building - being the approach and entrance - to building - No 1 - some 8 feet above street- occupied as office of Doct Armand J. D's were - Apothecary's - as well as Surgeons and Lancers - I recall the long rows of handsome bottles filled with the stuff - to cure or kill - and the Latin names thereon - underneath was a shoe repair - place - Riley the shoe man -Dr. Purnell Drug Store - open store and practice Jan 1838- going west - towards the River No.
Robert - married Mc Laurin - moved to Laurinburg NC - Wm J.
- all from Connecticut - later front built up Description Block No. And Zeb Latimer - opened their first dry goods store in this vicinity- No.
P told me he thought it an earthquake-later Sam Potter - built 3 story brick house - 2 stores - 1 floor entrance in middle and residence - later son Sam R - who married ?