Monroe, June 2, 1827. At the annual meeting of the LaPlaisance Bay Harbor Company, held on the 30th, inst., Alcott C. Chapman, Charles Noble, Levi S. Humphrey, John Anderson, and Harry Conant were chosen directors for the ensuing year. John Anderson, Levi S. Humphrey, Oliver Johnson were chosen to superintend the next annual election.
The directors chose Levi S. Humphrey President, Edward D. Ellis Secretary, Oliver Johnson Treasurer.
FIRST ANNUAL TOWNSHIP ELECTION May 2, 1827 For Supervisor—Samuel Choate, 49 Township Clerk—Edward E. Ellis, 50 Assessors—Samuel Stone Jr., 50; Joseph G. Navarre, 50; Jeremiah Lawrence, 45; William W. Gale, 13; Thomas Wilson 12. Commissioners of Highways—Daniel Mullhollen, 50; Hiram Brown, 50; Samuel W. Gale, 49. Overseers of Poor—Wm. W. Gale, 50; George Alford, 48. Constables—James McManus, 47; Ethan Burch, 45. Collector—James McManus, 46. Pound Master—Waterbury Gray, 48. Fence Viewers—William Page, 47; Francis Robert, 47; Aken Duval, 47; David Barker, 47.
In the above reports of elections, the names we have placed in italic, are underscored in the Journal, and those in roman are not; which we presume is to indicate that the names underscored were elected, and the others not.—Ed. Com.
Thursday, May 11, 1876