|Collection||Historic Northampton Manuscript Collection - 18th Century|
|Object Name||Account Book|
|Dates of Creation||1791 - 1795|
|Extent of Description||1 volume|
|Scope & Content||
Day Book of Shubael Wilder, stonemason, 1791-1795.
Shubael Wilder of Northampton appears to be a stonemason and bricklayer.
The day book lists masonry services, including the laying of brick and plastering, from August 1791 through June 27, 1795. Services provided are listed in pound, shilling and pence and include: "To laying Stone and brick four Days", "To Laying brick one day Myself", "To Plastering Chamber", "Mended the Plastering in the Proprietors Schoolhous", and "To Laying brick in the factory".
The account contains entries refering to the education of "Ruth" and "Salley'", noting payment to school teachers, attendence and absence from school.
Personal names referenced include:
Elijah Allen, Elisha Allen, Elab Alvord, Andrew Bakeman, John Baker, Elisha Baker, possibly Jedidiah Baldwin, Abnar Barnard, Louis Barell, possibly Jonathon Bartlet, Joseph Bartlett of Southampton, [Joseph Bartlett], Moses Bartlet of Southampton [Moses Bartlett], John Bayley, Thomas Bergman, George Blakman [George Blakeman], possibly Oliver Bosworth, Robert Breck, Erastus Brigman [Erastus Bridgman], Noah Brigman [Noah Bridgman], Thomas Brigman [Thomas Bridgman], William Bolton (possibly William Bolson or William Butler), Abner Bosworth, possiby Oliver Bosworth, Samuel Brick or Samuel Breck, Asahel Burg, Edward Burt, Daniel Butler, David Butler, possibly Levi Chaflin, David Chapman, Elijah Clapp, Ebenezer Clap [Ebenezer Clapp], George Clap [George Clapp], Joel Clap of Southampton [Joel Clapp], Joseph Clap [Joseph Clapp], Noah Clap [Noah Clapp], Aaron Clark, Asahel Clark, Elisha Clark, Justin Clark, Justus Clark, Martin Clark, Perez Clark, Phineas Clark, Samuel Clark, Titus Clark, Elisha Clarke, Enoch Clarke, Job Clarke, Luther Clarke, Obediah Clarke, Samuel Colman, William Cohen, (possibly William Colson or William Colton or William Holton), Adam Colsen, Joseph Cook, Noah Cook, Moses Day, Thomas Day, Josiah Dickinson, Albert Edwards, Eli Edwards, Elisha Edwards, Noah Edwards, William Edwards, Thomas Elwell of Westhampton, Nathaniel Fowl [possibly Nathaniel Fowle], Edward Frethy, Mrs. Molly Frost, Mrs. Rebecca [Frost], Nathaniel Gardner, Elezer Hannum [Eleazer Hannum], possibly Benjamin Hendrick, Samuel Henshaw, John Hersey of Cummington, Mrs. Sally Hill, Samuel Hinfhaus, Samuel Hinkley or Samuel Hinckley, William Hooker, Ebenezer Hunt, Hezekiah Hutchens, Joseph Hutchins, William Janes or William Jones, Timothy Juet [possibly Timothy Jewett], Freaddrick Judd [Frederick Judd], Jonathan Judd, Bily King [possibly Billy King], Joseph King, Enos Kingsley, Moses Kingsley, Ebenezer Lane, Samuel Limon [possibly Samuel Lymon], Moses Log, Abnar Lyman [Abner Lyman], David Lyman, Elias Lyman, Erastus Lyman, Ezeriah Lyman, John Lyman, Luke Lyman, Rufus Lyman, Samuel Lyman, Thomas Lyman, William Lyman, Hezekiah Matthews, Jacob Miller, Elisha Parsons, Jacob Parsons, Justin Parsons, Moses Parsons, Oliver Parsons, possibly Simeon Parsons, Woram Parsons [possibly Warham Parsons], Ruben Petten, Cadwel Phelps [possibly Cadwell Phelps], possibly Eliphalet Phelps, Joseph Phelps, Timothy Phelps, Asahel Pumroy [Asahel Pomeroy], Quartus Pumroy [Quartus Pomeroy], Seabad Pumroy [possibly Seabad Pomeroy], Simeon Pumroy [Simeon Pomeroy], possibly Timothy Pomeroy, William Pumroy [William Pomeroy], Hezekiah Russell, Seth Russel [Seth Russell], Israel Rust, Daniel Rust, Gideon Searl, Aaron Searls, Zopher Searl [possibly Zepher Searle], Caleb Shelden, Benjamin Shelden, Doctor Shephard, Levi Shephard, possibly Jacob Spray, William Stackwel, Samuel Stiles, Solomon Stoddard (entry dated 1794), Caleb Strong, Daniel Strong, David Strong, Job Strong of Southampton, John Strong, Jonathan Strong, Simeon Strong, John Taylor, David Turner, Orenz Hunt Warren or Orenz Hart Warren, John Welch, Nathaniel Welch, William Welch, David Whighton, Ebenezer Whighton, possibly Jacob Whitaker, Job White, David Whitton, Reverend Payson Williston, possibly Sylvester Woodbreg of Southampton [possibly Sylvester Woodbridge], Jonothan Worner of Williamsburg [possibly Jonathan Warner], Aaron Wright, Asa Wright, Asahel Wright, Enos Wright, Ephram Wright, Gael Wright, Joel Wright, John Wright, Moses Wright, Nathaniel Wright, Oliver Wright, Mrs. Patty Wright, Perez Wright, Phineas Wright, Samuel Wright, Seth Wright, Stephen Wright.