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Winooski St Box Factory Workers in Burlington Part 2

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Winooski St Box Factory Workers in Burlington Part 2

Posted: 26 Jan 2006 12:03AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Booth
I'm posting more names of people who worked at John R. Booth's Box Factory in Burlington next the Univ of Burlington. It's hard to believe no one's ancestors from the area worked there in the 1883-1893 time frame or I haven't heard from anyone yet. John R. Booth b. 1827 d. 1915 is originally from Ottawa and expanded his business into Burlington. His brother Edward or Edmund is married to Ina thompson and both are buried at Lakeview Cemetery in Burlington. He also worked at the factory. Here are more names of the workers at the factory.

Leander Ruell
John Sharply
F. M. Sharpley
Patrick Sheaham
Francis Sheeram
H. E. Sibley
Patrick Smith, Jr.
Oliver Sodiff
George W. Stone
Martin Sullivan
Michael Sullivan
John Taylor
B. W. Thomas
Josephe Travise
Michael Welch
P. L. Wheeler
E. H. Wheeler
U. A. Woodbury
John Carter, Jr.
Joel Dupaw
Frank Gentleman
Alfred Lizotte
Henry Morrison
Hugh Roukes
Joseph St. Antoine
Henry St. Antaine
Louis Wheel
F.W. Baker
Sanford R. Barnes
John BeattyGeorge Beauregard
Andrew Bertrand, Jr.
Dennis Bresnaham
P. J. Bresnahan
Claren E. Brew
Frank Brothers
Artelle Bushman
W. M. Cain
Fred Caise
William Carbo
John Casey
William J. Casey
James J. Clark
Michael Clark
Thomas Conway
Thomas Conway, Jr.
Michael Cummings
Michael Cummings, Jr.
Jas Delaney
Jos Dion
Jos Dion, Jr.
Louis Dion
Jos Dore
Louis Dore

I realize probably some of these people were temporary workers or maybe out of town, but some may be from the area of Burlington. I have more to post sometime later. Thanks.





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edessert 26 Jan 2006 7:03AM GMT 
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