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I milked cows, cleaned the barn, put corn in the silo, plowed land for the following spring, and chopped wood up on Shaker Road.I was back at the brickyard in the spring of 1927 driving horses to and from the granulator, earning a week.Rather, these are our "best guesses" from perusing city directories, conducting comparative analysis, going on field trips with brick "gurus" Fred Rieck and Andy Van Der Poel and researching material in publications and on the Internet. Andy has a much larger Hudson River collection than I and has wonderfully researched and documented each brick. The last brickyard to close was a flower pot company which didn't last too long.SEE SOME OF ANDY'S COLLECTION & DOWNLOAD HIS COMPLETE LIST HERE. The electric shovel arm is still visible in an old clay pit on Route 72. Vandewater is also listed as an "Attorney-at-Law," In 1883, Brewster J. There were no incorporated villages in the town, but there were, however, several centers of population, called variously villages, "corners" or hamlets. The construction of this home antedates the Revolution, and the house, like the town, figured in the history of that war. Beers & Co., 1884) On Jan 17, 1903 a brick census (inventory) was taken and Brewster J. After graduating from Peekskill Academy, for the first few years he engaged solely in engineering, but later became interested in farming and the manufacture of brick, and owned extensive property interests in the town of Stony Point. There are several manufacturers that marked their brick with "A B C" making it difficult to ID them with out seeing the them." "Daniel Aldridge resided in Mudhole, NY (which is now known as Roseton, NY). He was a generous, talented, friendly man, beloved of his associates in business and society; and his loss was widely and sincerely regretted. in Croton Point, NY (no dates given) and in Scranton, PA from 1923 to 1922.
My first job was to feed the horses and drive them to bring clay to the granulator.
One of his sons was Thomas Aldridge born in 1818 and died August, 1892. is about the last yard to operate on "Brickyard Hill." The directory lists the principals as Walter J. (Thanks to Michael Anzalone for the first photo.) The former Brandreth Pill Factory in Ossining, NY built in 1872. They also made a reverse lettered BARTLETT and a "correctly" written BARTLETT. Here is an 1891 map of the Montrose/Verplanck/Crugers area by F. Biers showing Bellefuille's 65 acre parcel and his Brick Yards. Visit Our Verplanck/Montrose/Georges's Island Page. From a museum brochure: "The museum houses a brick display with bricks, brick molds, signs and terra cotta pieces from Berlin’s many brick manufacturers.
Daniel is thought to have moved to Newburgh, NY, sometime between 18, due to the fact that his wife was from there. Croton Landing, NY (1888 - 1895) The "anchor" logo design was registered by Schuyler Hamilton. During their tenure, B B had two varieties of B B (the second being B B with serif letters). In our research, we have come upon alternate spellings of the name: Bellefeulle and Bellefeuille.
He was prominent as a manufacturer and still more so as a selling agent in New York City where he had offices in the Times Square Building. After finishing his college course he entered the employ of the Atlas Brick Co, of Hudson, N Y, of which his father was an officer, and later was appointed paymaster. He was a member of the Central Presbyterian Church of Haverstraw." The Bartlett Brothers are Fred W. Berlin was known throughout the northeast for brick making.
He became one of the leading figures in the brick industry, was president of the Thomas Aldridge Brick and Land Company and also served as vice-president of the Greater New York Brick Company. He was a member of the University Glee Club, and of the Class Day committee at graduation. Because the clay in Berlin was so perfect for brick making, the business continued for a little over 120 years.