Boyd's 1864-65 directory of Astoria, Queens, Long Island, New York
Listing by location

alphabetic listing
by location
by occupation

Other Astoria pages
This "reverse directory" by location was created for the web and was not a published work. Spelling in the source directory was not standardized, with some street names spelled several different ways. I reproduced the spelling of surnames as is, but in order to collate for the reverse directory, I regularized street names, keeping the most frequent or common usage that I found in later maps and directories.

Source: Boyd's directory of Astoria, East New York...etc., Long Island, 1864/65 available on film at Queens Central Library, Jamaica. (Also on FHC# 1930448)

Abbreviations Ab. above: al. alley; bel. below; b. or bet. between; c or cor. corner; ct. court; ft. foot; h. house ; ln. lane; opp. oppos; n. near ; r. rear; rd. road; sq. square; N. North ; E. East; W. West; S. South.
Surname, 1st name, occupation, Address (home unless noted), comment
1st Avenue (running N-S), later Lockwood Street, is now 30th Street
CAMPBELL, Edward, painter, 1st ave n Grand
FARQUHAR, Wm., dry goods (N.Y.), 1st ave n Grand
MOORE, Charles, laborer, 1st ave n Grand
MURRAY, Catherine, , 1st ave n Grand
NEWTON, William, merchant (N.Y.), 1st ave n Grand
WHITE, William, segar maker (N.Y.), 1st ave n Grand
WHITNEY, Edward, expressman, 1st ave n Grand, home

2nd Avenue (N-S), later Debevoise, is now 31st Street
CRANFIELD, Joseph S., painter, 2nd ave c Jamaica ave

BESSUX, Joseph Mrs., dress-maker, 2nd ave n Broadway
AUSTIN, James,, carpenter, 2nd ave n Grand
BRILL, Anthony, gardener, 2nd ave n Grand
CLEMENT, Charles, shoemaker, 2nd ave n Grand
FLANAGAN, Andrew, grocer, 2nd ave n Grand
HOWELL, Richard, carpenter, 2nd ave n Grand
SCHLOTT, John C., laborer, 2nd ave n Grand
Academy Street (N-S), is now 29th Street
DONADI, Matheo, florist, Academy n Grand, home/business
KETCHAM, Warren, carpenter, Academy n Grand, boards
MADAN, Lidia Mrs., , Academy n Grand
MESEROLE, John P., (Meserole & Baisley), Academy n Grand
QUERN, Edmond, chemist, Academy n Grand

BRAGAN, George, carpenter, Academy n Jamaica ave
SMITH, Roe H., , Academy n Jamaica ave
Astoria Hotel was on Fulton near the ferry, per listing for W. B. Wilson
JACKSON, A., (A. & W. Jackson), Astoria Hotel, boards
SMITH, Samuel, packer, Astoria Hotel, boards
WILSON, Wm T, packer, Astoria Hotel, boards
Broadway (E-W) is still Broadway
REISIG, WM, carpet manuf't and dyer, Broadway c 1st ave, home
LOCKWOOD, J.H., , Broadway n 1st Ave

COLLEY, Charles, , Broadway c Academy
WILLARD, A., cleric (N.Y.), Broadway c Academy
BOWMAN, Samuel. S., , Broadway n Academy
DUNN, Edwin M., , Broadway n Academy, boards

REISIG, WM, carpet manuf't and dyer, Broadway c Emerald, business
ERNST, John, laborer, Broadway n Emerald
GIFFORD, Henry, clerk (N.Y.), Broadway n Emerald
SCWATZ, Charles, (Taylor & Scwatz), Broadway n Emerald
SOSSEI, Charles, , Broadway n Emerald
WATSON, Joshua W., boxmaker, Broadway n Emerald
CALDWELL, Henry, , Broadway n Remsen
FIELD, Emanuel, machinist, Broadway n Remsen
LOOKINS, -----, shoemaker, Broadway n Remsen
SHRADER, Volney, tinner, Broadway n Remsen
SNYDER, H., (H. & J. M.), Broadway n Remsen
SNYDER, J. M., (H. & J. M.), Broadway n Remsen
SNYDER, H & J. M., stage line and soda water manufacturer, Broadway n Remsen
STRANG, Charles W., carpenter, Broadway c Sunswick Terr, home
COFTY, Francis, painter, Broadway n Sunswick Terr
DONNELLY, Bernard, laborer, Broadway n Sunswick Terr
DONOLLY, Mary Mrs., grocer, Broadway n Sunswick Terr
HAGUE, Benjamin, carpenter, Broadway n Sunswick Terr
PETERDENG, G., carriage maker, Broadway n Sunswick Terr
PURCELL, Patrick, engineer, Broadway n Sunswick Terr
RIDDEN, Martin, , Broadway n Sunswick Terr
SHIELDS, Eliza Mrs., , Broadway n Sunswick Terr
STRANG, Isaac B., boxmaker, Broadway n Sunswick Terr, home/business
TAYLOR, Thomas, (Taylor & Scwartz), Broadway n Sunswick Terr
TAYLOR & SCWARTZ, , carriage makers, Broadway n Sunswick Terr

Buchanan Place, now 29th Street, was the southern extension of N. Henry Street
FLOOD, John, gardener, Buchanan n Grand, boards
FLOOD, James, gardener, Buchanan n Grand, boards
FLOOD, Mary Mrs, , Buchanan n Grand
NELSON, E., carpenter, Buchanan n Grand
PODMORE, Daniel J., , Buchanan n Grand
SMITH, George, gardener, Buchanan n Grand
UDDER, Henry, cigar maker, Buchanan n Grand

QUINLAN, Patrick, driver, Buchanan n Newtown ave

Camelia Street (E-W), now 31st Drive, ran from the river east to Crescent. I do not know where Primrose Alley was.
LANG, ---, milkman, Camelia c Crescent

GOETZ, T.E., chemist, Camelia c Primrose
BILL, J.H., Ass't Surgeon U.S.A. and director U.S.A. Purveying Depot, Camelia c Primrose al, home/business
PEAK, , agt., Camelia c Primrose al, rear
TEANEY, David, watchman, Camelia c Primrose al

ASPINAL, E., , Camelia c Sunswick Terr
LANGMAN, F., , Camelia c Sunswick Terr
U. S. MEDICAL PURVEYING DEPOT, , , Camelia n Sunswick Terr

Carver Street (N-S) is now 30th Street from Astoria Blvd. to Newtown Avenue
ALLEN, I., laborer, Carver n Flushing ave
BURBARK, Frederick, driver, Carver n Flushing ave
CHAPPELL, Morris, laborer, Carver n Flushing ave
DONNELLY, Patrick, laborer, Carver n Flushing ave
DOUGLASS, Robert, laborer, Carver n Flushing ave
GUILBERT, Elizabeth Mrs., , Carver n Flushing ave
HUNT, , laborer, Carver n Flushing ave
KEARNS, Barney, laborer, Carver n Flushing ave
MARSHALL, Israel, coachman, Carver n Flushing ave
NILAN, Dennis, laborer, Carver n Flushing ave
VAN DERVER, Wm, laborer, Carver n Flushing ave
WHITE, John, , Carver n Flushing ave
CLARK, Martin, carpenter, Carver n Newtown ave
CONWAY, John, laborer, Carver n Newtown ave
DURLIN, Peter, laborer, Carver n Newtown ave
GLINDEN, James, laborer, Carver n Newtown ave
HICKS, Henry, laborer, Carver n Newtown ave
MURTHER, John, laborer, Carver n Newtown ave
SCHRIBER, Bernard, laborer, Carver n Newtown ave
WOOLFARTH, Eli, coachman, Carver n Newtown ave
Clinton Street (N-S on Hallets Cove) became Monson Street and today is 2nd Street
KENZEL, Charles W., agent, Clinton n Franklin
KENZEL, William H., laborer, Clinton n Franklin
MILLS, Edwin, grocer, Clinton n Franklin
MILLS, EDWIN, grocer and village clerk, Clinton n Franklin, home
SEAMAN, A. R., Capt., Clinton n Franklin

LAMBERT, Thomas, ship carpenter, Clinton n Fulton

I have been unable to find another reference to Cottage Row
RAGE, Joseph, tinner, 2 Cottage Row
RUDDEMAN, John, cabinet maker, 2 Cottage Row
LANCASHIRE, F. A., butcher, 3 Cottage Row, home
KETCHAM, A. M., teacher, 4 Cottage Row
CURTIS, Samuel D., caulker, 5 Cottage Row
KIDDER, George, caulker, 5 Cottage Row, boards
GOODWIN, Firman, physician, 6 Cottage Row
WITHAM, Joshua D., gardener, 7 Cottage row

Emerald (formerly and briefly 5th street [ca. 1840]) became Van Alst and is now 21st Street.
CARLE, Sarah Mrs, , Emerald n Franklin
CROWLY, John, laborer, Emerald n Franklin
DALTON, Hugh, laborer, Emerald n Franklin
GAFFNEY, John, vol. 51st Regt, Emerald n Franklin
GILLESPIE, Thomas, weaver, Emerald n Franklin
GRIFFIN, Wm, pedlar, Emerald n Franklin
KELLY, N. Mrs., , Emerald n Franklin
LAWLOR, Thomas, mason, Emerald n Franklin
MCKENNA, John, laborer, Emerald n Franklin
MORRIS, Patrick, mason, Emerald n Franklin
MURPHY, John, laborer, Emerald n Franklin
SULLIVAN, Ellen Mrs, , Emerald n Franklin
TRANOR, Ellen Mrs., , Emerald n Franklin

HOWELL, L., carpenter,, Emerald n Grand

DAVIES, M. C. Mrs., , Emerald opp Linden
HALLETT, C. W., furniture and undertaker, Emerald n Linden, home
HALLETT, Chas W., undertaker, Emerald opp. Linden

CRONLY, John, laborer, Emerald n Main
MAHADY, Daniel, laborer, Emerald n Main
PEARSALL, Joseph, laborer, Emerald n Main

ELLSWORTH, R., , Emerald n St. John's pl

CONLAN, Patrick, laborer, Emerald c William
LIVINGSTON, Mary Mrs., , Emerald c William
MCKERNAN, John, mason, Emerald c William
TOURNEY, ----, laborer, Emerald c William
DALLAHAUNTY, Michael, constable, Emerald n Williams

Flushing Avenue became Astoria Blvd. East of Van Alst
MCPECK, Dennis, mason, Flushing ave c Carver
BURGER, Christopher, weaver, Flushing ave n Carver
CURRAN, Patrick, , Flushing ave n Carver
HOWELL, George, carpenter, Flushing ave n Carver
SHEILA, Hugh, farmer, Flushing ave n Carver
SHULTZ, Frederick, carpenter, Flushing ave c Henry
BAISLEY, Watson, (Meserole & Baisley), Flushing ave n Henry
BENNETT, J. R., mason, Flushing ave n Henry
JALLER, Theodore, varnisher, Flushing ave n Henry
LOW, -----, , Flushing ave n Henry
MOODY, John, chair seater, Flushing ave n Henry
MORRIS, Samuel, carpenter, Flushing ave n Henry, home
NEDEG, Nicholas, wheelwright, Flushing ave n Henry, home
RAPELYE, John M., clerk, Flushing ave n Henry
REED, A., expressman, Flushing ave n Henry
SHAW, Henry, carman, Flushing ave n Henry
SMITH, Louis, laborer, Flushing ave n Henry
WEINEK, William, segar maker, Flushing ave n Henry
JOHNSON, T. W., agt, Flushing ave n junc Newtown ave
SCHWIND, F., blacksmith, Flushing ave n junc Newtown ave, business
ALBERT, Moritz, saloon, Flushing ave junc Newtown ave, home/business
HALLETT, Samuel, photographer (N.Y.), Flushing ave junc Newtown ave
JACKSON, W.H., (A. & W. Jackson), Flushing Bay

Franklin Street (E-W on Hallets Cove) is now 27th Avenue; a portion of it was known as Owen Street
DALLAHAUNTY, John, grocer, Franklin c Emerald, home/business
CREIGHTON, P., saloon, Franklin n Emerald, home/business
KING, B. Mrs., , Franklin n Emerald
MORRIS, P., laborer, Franklin n Emerald
MURPHY, John, laborer, Franklin n Emerald
SMITH, Mrs., , Franklin n Emerald
SNYDER, F., shoemaker, Franklin n Emerald, home/business
This piece of Franklin at Astoria Square was once known as Owen. It is now known as 27th Avenue
O'CONNOR, John, laborer, Franklin junc Main
DONNELLY, P., blacksmith, Franklin n junc Main, home/business
FLANIGAN, James, carpenter, Franklin n junc Main
PRYER, P., gardener, Franklin n junc Main

WHITTEMORE, Horace, , Franklin c Perrot ave

REMSEN, D. R., , Franklin c Remsen
TROWBRIDGE, W. S., clerk (N.Y.), Franklin c Remsen
TROWBRIDGE, Charlotte Mrs., , Franklin c Remsen
TROWBRIDGE, Miner, clerk (N.Y.), Franklin c Remsen, boards
HEWITT, Edward, , Franklin n Remsen
HEWITT, T., dry goods (N.Y.), Franklin n Remsen
LATHROP, J., merchant (N.Y.), Franklin n Remsen
RAPELYE, J. R., (Rapelye & Wright), Franklin n Remsen
STEVENS, Albert G., , Franklin n Remsen
TROWBRIDGE, W. P. agent, , Franklin n Remsen
CARRINGTON, James M., broker (N.Y.), Franklin c Stevens
CARRINGTON, James W., , Franklin c Stevens
TISDALE, JAMES, coal and lumber, Franklin c Stevens (see adv.), home
BORR, Chas H., merchant (N.Y.), Franklin n Stevens
WITHINGTON, Henry, merchant (N.Y.), Franklin n Stevens

MULLIGAN, William, pres. Ins. Co. (N.Y.), Franklin c Wardell
SMITH, Henry, commission merchant (N.Y.), Franklin c Wardell
STEAD, Benjamin F., Rev., Franklin n Wardell

MANNING, John, laborer, Franklin c Washington
PHALAN, JAMES, Rev, Franklin n Washington
PLUNKETT, Thomas, paper hanger, Franklin n Washington

FINDLEY, John, laborer, Franklin n William
FRIED, John, upholster, Franklin n William, home/business
MCKEEVER, William, vol., Franklin n William
SCOTT, John D., carpenter, Franklin n William

WEISSENSTEIN, GEORGE, butcher, Franklin c Willow, home/business
NUGENT M., laborer, , Franklin n Willow
ORR, Catherine, , Franklin n Willow

BLACKWOOD, Josiah, , Franklin n Wardell

WARD, Moses, clerk (N.Y.), Franklin c Woolsey
DARCY, Philip., mason., Franklin n Woolsey
MOSS, William P., clerk (N.Y.), Franklin n Woolsey
Though I can't confirm it, I believe Front Street was the first North-South street on Hallets Cove, bordering the river. This street was also known as Mill Street and today known as 1st Street.
AVERELL, Isaac M., druggist, Front n Fulton
BROWN, Joseph, boat builder, Front n Fulton, home/business
CARNEY, James, ship carpenter, Front n Fulton
CLARK, John, engineer, Front n Fulton
COMFORT, John Henry, bookbinder, Front n Fulton
COSTELLO, Patrick, ship carpenter, Front n Fulton
DAILY, Sill, laborer, Front n Fulton
FAGAN, Lawrence, laborer, Front n Fulton
FLOOD, Philip Mrs, , Front n Fulton
FLOOD, Thomas, laborer, Front n Fulton
HENNESSY, Wm, gardener, Front n Fulton
MACKEY, Osborn, boatman, Front n Fulton
MCCLELLAND, James, laborer, Front n Fulton
MCNALLY, Peter, laborer, Front n Fulton
MURPHY, B., engineer, Front n Fulton
SMALL, Thomas, laborer, Front n Fulton
SMITH, Ezar, butcher, Front n Fulton
WHITEHEAD, John J., carpenter, Front n Fulton
WOODS, Michael, ship carpenter, Front n Fulton

POWERS, Patrick, laborer, Front n Gas works

CURTIS, Joseph, ship carpenter, Front n the Ferry
Fulton Street, running E-W on Hallets Cove, was one of the oldest business streets, running from the ferry to Main Street. Today it is the western section of Astoria Blvd.
SILKWORTH, Amos, ship yard, Fulton n Front, Business addr; home in Greenpoint

HANS, Philip, barber, Fulton c Main, home/business
HATFIELD, Chas., cigar maker, Fulton c Main, home/business
TENELI, Joseph Mrs., , Fulton c Main
WHITNEY, Edward, expressman, Fulton c Main, business
ALLEN, John, waiter, Fulton junc Main
BLACKWELL, Maddison, , Fulton junc Main.
DALGLEISH, Alexander, carpenter, Fulton junc Main
FERGUSON, Thomas, shoemaker, Fulton junc Main
GREEN, Mrs., fancy goods, Fulton junc Main, home/business
KONVALINKA, Joseph, watchmaker, Fulton junc Main, home/business
MACKIE, John, saloon, Fulton junc Main, home/business
MORRIS, C. R., blacksmith, Fulton junc Main
MORRIS, John L., blacksmith, Fulton junc Main, boards
ATKINSON, Wm., jeweller, Fulton n junc Main, home/business
BENNETT, Mrs., , Fulton n junc Main
BOOTH, H. Capt., , Fulton n junc Main
BRIDGINS, James H., baker, Fulton n junc Main, home/business
BROWN, S. R. Mrs., fancy goods, Fulton n junc Main, home/business
CAMPBELL, James, gardener, Fulton n junc Main
CROUTHERS, Wm., flour and feed, Fulton n junc Main, home/business
FLINN, John, packer, Fulton n junc Main
FOLEY, Wm, upholsterer, Fulton n junc Main
GILLIS, Wm., shoemaker, Fulton n junc Main, home/business
GRAFF, Julius, taylor, Fulton n junc Main, home/business
GUNN, Ann D. Mrs., , Fulton n junc Main, boards
MOORE, Susan Mrs., milliner, Fulton n junc Main, home/business
MUCHMORE, W. Fletcher, telegraph operator, Fulton n junc Main, boards
MUCHMORE, WILLIAM F., druggist, telegraph operator and Postmaster, Fulton n junc Main, home/business
PHILLIPS, John, , Fulton n junc Main
SIMPSON, John R., painter, Fulton n junc Main, home/business
SMYTH, James, shoemaker, Fulton n junc Main
SMYTH, Alexander, boot and shoemaker, Fulton n junc Main, home/business
SPOCK, Mary Mrs, , Fulton n junc Main

BARKER, Stephen, photographer, Fulton n Perrot ave
DIXON, John, driver, Fulton n Perrot ave
JACKSON, A. & W. H., coal dealers, Fulton n Perrot ave
KORFMANN, John, shoemaker, Fulton n Perrot ave, home/business
MCGARRAH, Levi, carpenter, Fulton n Perrot ave
MURPHY, John, stoves tinware and fruit dealer, Fulton n Perrot ave, business
WILD, MARTHA Mrs., Military Hall, Fulton n Perrot ave, home/business

BAKER, George L., Capt., Fulton c Stevens
TALLMAN, Euphame Mrs., , Fulton c Stevens
TALLMAN, William, express man, Fulton c Stevens
TIER, David M. & Son, butchers, Fulton c Stevens
AUSTIN, Chas., carpenter, Fulton n Stevens
BRADLEY, Agnes Miss, , Fulton n Stevens
CHUDLICH, ---, ship carpenter, Fulton n Stevens
DONNELLY, John, weaver, Fulton n Stevens
FAY, Georgiana & Kate Misses, , Fulton n Stevens
FOLLAN, James, laborer, Fulton n Stevens
HALLETT, C. W., furniture and undertaker, Fulton n Stevens, business
HOWE, Chas., coachman, Fulton n Stevens
HUEFFNER, Theodore, shoemaker, Fulton n Stevens
LOEWE, Charles, cigar maker, Fulton n Stevens
LOVEDAY, Henry, saloon keeper and painter, Fulton n Stevens, home/business
MARLOW, THOMAS, saloon, Fulton n Stevens, home/business
MARTIN, Michael, carpet weaver, Fulton n Stevens
MASKIELL, George, tailor, Fulton n Stevens, home/business
MATHEWS, Henry, gardener, Fulton n Stevens
MCDOOL, James, blacksmith, Fulton n Stevens
MCNALLY, Mary Miss., , Fulton n Stevens
MIMNAUGH, Arthur, painter, Fulton n Stevens
O'CONNOR, Peter, coachman, Fulton n Stevens
QUINN, John, dry goods, Fulton n Stevens, home/business
RAGE, Joseph, tinner, Fulton n Stevens, home/business
RANDALL, , ship-carpenter, Fulton n Stevens
RAPELYE & WRIGHT, , country store, Fulton n Stevens
RUTSLER, F. A., saloon, Fulton n Stevens, home/business
WATERS, Andrew, carpenter, Fulton n Stevens
BLACKWELL, H.F. & W. T., country store, Fulton opp. Stevens
MILLS, EDWIN, grocer and village clerk, Fulton c Sunswick Terr, business
MUNSON, Eliza Mrs., boarding house, Fulton c Sunswick Terr
WUHRMANN, John, saloon, Fulton n Sunswick Terr, home/business
ELLISON, Samuel, engraver, Fulton n the Ferry
MOSS, James, fish dealer, Fulton n the Ferry, business; home in NY
NORWOOD, Samuel, laborer, Fulton n the ferry
SHINE, John, , Fulton n the Ferry
TOWNSEND, John, Capt., Fulton n the Ferry
TUTTLE, Daniel, pilot, Fulton n the Ferry
WHITCOMB, James N., livery stable, Fulton n the ferry, home/business
WILLIAMS, ----, , Fulton n the ferry
WILSON, W. B., Astoria Hotel, Fulton n the ferry

CROSLY, James, carpenter, Fulton c Washington
MUNSON, M., , Fulton c Washington
MORRIS, Samuel, carpenter, Fulton opp Washington, business
MORRIS, Cornelius R., blacksmith, Fulton opp. Washington, business
MORRIS, Cornelius R., blacksmith, Fulton, head of, home

Grand Street (aka Grand avenue) is now 30th Avenue
MCELVINE, William, artist, Grand c 1st ave
TISSOT, F. B., grocer, Grand c 1st ave, home/business
YOUNG, Henry, stock broker (N.Y.), Grand n 1st ave

EXERTIER, Chas, Grand st. House, Grand c 2nd ave

GARRISON, Louis, baker, Grand c 3rd ave, boards
MOORE, Benjamin, baker, Grand c 3rd ave
WEAVER, William, mason, Grand c 3rd ave

AYERS, THEODORE V., , Grand c Academy, home/business

LLOYD, Albert T., , Grand n Buchanan
WESTON, James A, leather dealer (N.Y.), Grand opp Buchanan

WHITNEY, JOSIAH M., mason lime dealer and real estate agt., Grand c Crescent, home
BENEDICT, R. W., merchant (N.Y.), Grand n Emerald
OGDEN, D. S., , Grand n Emerald

HABERSHAW, Wm jr., stereoscopic view setter, Grand junc Welling
WRIGHT, J. P., (Rapelye & Wright,), Grand n Welling

Henry Street (N-S), later North Henry Street, is now a two-block section of 28th Street between Newtown and Flushing Avenues (today 20th Avenue to Hoyt). It was the northern extension of Buchanan Street. There was also a Henry Street in Ravenswood.
MAHANY, John, laborer, Henry c Flushing ave
HIGBIE, Stephen, carpenter, Henry n Flushing ave
MIMNAUGH, Patrick, , Henry n Flushing ave
NEDEG, Nioholas, wheelwright, Henry n Flushing ave
SCHWIND, F., blacksmith, Henry n Flushing ave, home
SCHWIND, Stephen, blacksmith, Henry n Flushing ave
TALBOTT, Mrs., , Henry n Flushing ave
WARNER, Conrad, huxter, Henry n Flushing ave

MACKINTOSH, Daniel, salesman, Henry c Newtown ave
BAILEY, Wm. weaver, , Henry n Newtown ave
BELL, W. A., harness maker, Henry n Newtown ave, home
HAWKS, Agnes Mrs., , Henry n Newtown ave
KETCHAM, George, painter, Henry n Newtown ave
KINNINMENT, Robert, bookkeeper, Henry n Newtown ave
MURPHY, John, stoves tinware and fruit dealer, Henry n Newtown ave, home
ROADER, George, cabinet maker, Henry n Newtown ave, home/business
TURNER, Henry, carpenter, Henry n Newtown we
WATSON, George, , Henry n Newtown ave
WELCH, ---, tailor, Henry n Newtown ave

Jamaica Avenue was a major E-W road running east from the river. It is now 31st Avenue
PEASE, C.A., merchant (N.Y.), Jamaica ave c 1st ave
PICOT, L., merchant (N.Y.), Jamaica ave c 1st ave
JOHNSON, Henry, , Jamaica ave n Academy
TORREY, James D., printer, Jamaica ave n Crescent

Main Street, running diagonally from the southern corner of Hallets Cove to Astoria Square, was a major commercial street. Now known as Main ave
OWENS, James, grocer, Main c Emerald, home/business
WILLIS, MARTIN, National Hotel, Main c Emerald
QUINN, Philip, shoe-maker, Main n Emerald, home/business
QUISH, James, shoe-maker, Main n Emerald
VENDENHOFF, George, fancy goods, Main n Emerald, home/business

BATY, James, mason, Main n junc Franklin
BAUMANN, D. F., shoemaker, Main n junc Franklin
FINK, John, shoemaker, Main n junc Franklin, home/business
FLANNAGAN, Andrew, grocer, Main n junc Franklin
GRAY, Mary Mrs, , Main n junc Franklin
KELLY, Thomas, laborer, Main n junc Franklin

BREMAN, Benjamin, teacher, Main junc Fulton, business
DIESTEL, C., barber, Main junc Fulton, business
DITMARS, Edward, Capt., Main junc Fulton
O'BRIEN, Wm K., tailor, Main junc Fulton, home/business
RITCHIE, M. Mrs., Astoria Herald, Main junc Fulton, business
UNDERDOWN, W. H., boot and shoemaker, Main junc Fulton, home/business
BELL, W. A., harness maker, Main n junc Fulton, business
NEWTON, Charles 0., engineer, Main n junc Fulton
NEWTON, Joseph D., engineer, Main n junc Fulton
DIESTEL, C., barber, Main n Fulton, home
HOLLINGSWORTH, Joseph E., mason,, Main n Fulton
MATLACK, James, commission merchant (N.Y.), Main n Fulton

BLACKWELL, E. W. Mrs., , Main c Remsen
ROBINSON, Alexander, plumber, Main c Remsen, home/business
LANCASHIRE, F. A., butcher, Main c Remson, business
UMSHLAG, J. J., tailor, Main n Remsen, home/business

CADWELL, Edwin, clock maker, Main n Sunswick Terr
CARTMAN, John, hatter, Main n Sunswick Terr
DAY, T. G., saloon, Main n Sunswick Terr, home/business
GRANT, Wm, gardener, Main n Sunswick Terr
HALSEY, STEPHEN A., , Main n Sunswick Terr
HURLSTONE, Thomas, gardener, Main n Sunswick Terr
MESEROLE & BEASLEY, , carpenters and builders, Main n Sunswick Terr
MURPHY, Thomas, foreman, Main n Sunswick Terr
MURRAY, Joseph, machinist, Main n Sunswick Terr
PLOCH, John. D., currier, Main n Sunswick Terr
RANKIN, Francis, whitewasher, Main n Sunswick Terr
RISDALE, Charles, Blacksmith, Main n Sunswick Terr
SHAPELL, Robert, baker, Main n Sunswick Terr
TRAFFORD, C. R., , Main n Sunswick Terr
VAN ALST, Julia Mrs., , Main n Sunswick Terr
VAN ALST, James H., engineer, Main n Sunswick Terr
VERITZAN, George, engineer, Main n Sunswick Terr
WATSON, Elizabeth Miss, milliner, Main n Sunswick Terr, boards do
WATSON, Samuel W., painter, Main n Sunswick Terr, boards
WATSON, W. A., painter, Main n Sunswick Terr
WHITE, Henry, engineer, Main n Sunswick Terr

CASEY, Lawrence, shoemaker, Main n Welling, home/business
GATES, Ellen Mrs, , Main n Welling
MACK, John, gardener, Main n Welling
MCKIDNEY, Sarah Mrs., , Main n Welling
WRIGHT, Charles, architect, Main n Welling

HAILEY, Martin, saloon, Main c Willow, home/business
HILDERBRANDT, Claus, grocer, Main c Willow, home/business
RAUCH, Theodore, vol 51st Reg't, Main c Willow
ROURKE, Mrs., , Main c Willow
ARDELSHEIMER, Johanna Mrs, , Main n Willow
BANSLEY, John, vol. 51st Regt., Main n Willow.
CARLON, Patrick, laborer, Main n Willow
COFFEE, John, vol., Main n Willow
CONNOLLY, James, carpenter (N.Y.), Main n Willow
DONNELLY, Peter, Laborer, Main n Willow
FLEMING, ANDREW G., carpenter, Main n Willow, home/business
HANSON, Henry, seaman, Main n Willow
ILISON, Andrew, laborer, Main n Willow
LALOR, Peter, painter, Main n Willow
LEOPOLD, Louis, baker, Main n Willow, home/business
MURRAY, Thomas, laborer, Main n Willow
OLIVER, Edward, sawyer, Main n Willow
PENTHNEY, Matthew, laborer, Main n Willow
SHERRY, Wm., vol 51st regt, Main n Willow
SULLIVAN, Mary Mrs., , Main n Willow

BACK, Anna M. Mrs., , Main n Woolsey
BARCLAY, Robert, Carpenter, Main n Woolsey
CHOWN, John R., blacksmith, Main n Woolsey
GRAY, Hugh, baker, Main n Woolsey, home/business
MUFF, John G., farmer, Main n Woolsey
REED, Thomas, laborer, Main n Woolsey
SCHNEIDER, J., shoemaker, Main n Woolsey, home/business
STRAUP, Christopher, carpenter, Main n Woolsey
TOBIN, John, , Main n Woolsey

Marc Street, was a one-block northern extension of First Avenue (aka Lockwood) between Grand and Newtown. Its northern extension was Carver. It is now a section of 30th Street between Newtown Avenue and 30th Avenue.
CAHILL, Michael, laborer, Marc n Newtown ave
NOEL, John, laborer, Marc n Newtown ave

National Hotel was on the corner of Main and Emerald, per listing of Martin WILLIS
QUINLAN, R. Mrs., , National Hotel, boards
WILLIS, Wm., clerk, National Hotel, boards

Newtown Ave (Still Newtown Ave) ran from Astoria Square east to Grand
HOWELL, Chas., carpenter, Newtown ave c 3d ave, home
EVETT, ----, teacher, Newtown ave n 3rd ave
FOUNTAIN, Phebe Mrs, , Newtown ave n 3rd ave

WIEGAND, John, grocer, Newtown ave c Bradford, home/business

BUCHANAN, Isaac, florist, Newtown ave c Buchanan, h. (N.Y.)
MERBACK, Frederick, grocer, Newtown ave c Buchanan, home/business
DIEHL, Michael, tailor, Newtown ave n Buchanan
EGBERT, A., vol., Newtown ave n Buchanan
HEISER, Philip, laborer, Newtown ave n Buchanan
NEIZENGER, John, cigar maker, Newtown ave n Buchanan
NEVIN, R., mason, Newtown ave n Buchanan
RIEHL, Wm., shoe-maker, Newtown ave n Buchanan
SIMMON, Charles, carver, Newtown ave n Buchanan

CAWLEY, S.B., , Newtown ave c Carver
HENDRICKSON, James, , Newtown ave c Carver
VOYSEY, Thomas, oil dealer, Newtown ave c Carver

HOWELL, Chas., carpenter, Newtown ave junc Flushing ave, business
NEDEG, Nicholas, wheelwright, Newtown ave junc Flushing, business

BRIELL, Francis, gardener, Newtown ave junc Grand
BRIELL, David, gardener, Newtown ave n junc Grand, boards
EATON, , , Newtown ave n junc Grand
MUIR, Samuel, florist, Newtown ave n junc Grand
RINK, Joshua S., cigar maker, Newtown ave n junc Grand

MENCKEN, Henry, grocer, Newtown ave c Henry, home/business
HURST, Robert, carpenter, Newtown ave n Henry
MORRIS, Phebe Mrs., , Newtown ave n Henry
MORRIS, Hetty Mrs., , Newtown ave n Henry
WHITING, Eliza Mrs., , Newtown ave n Henry

JOYCE, William, shoemaker, Newtown ave junc Main

BORR, Sterrett S., weighing master, Newtown ave c Marc
MARC, G., florist, Newtown ave c Marc, home/business

WATSON, Joseph, printing presses, Newtown ave n opp Crescent

Orchard ran from Mill Street east to Boulevard (Perrot) on Hallets Cove. Today it is 26th Avenue
SCOTT, John, physician, Orchard n Perrot ave
WHITTEMORE, H. A., , Orchard n Perrot ave

Perrot, a N-S street on Hallets Cove became Boulevard, and today is a section of Vernon Blvd.
TIER, David M., (David M. Tier & Son), Perrot ave n Fulton
TIER, David M. jr., (David M. Tier & Son), Perrot ave n Fulton

HALSEY, John J., , Perrot ave c Orchard

KELLY, John, laborer, Perrot ave n Franklin
MONTELL, F.T., , Perrot ave n Franklin
MORGAN, William P., Rev., Perrot ave n Franklin
POLHEMUS, Abraham Mrs., , Perrot ave n Franklin
REBOUL [Rebout?], Chas., fur dealer (N.Y.), Perrot ave n Franklin

Remsen Street (N-S) was just east of Hallet's cove, running between Linden (Hoyt) and Grand (30th ave), is now 12th Street
BAYLIES, H., physician, Remsen c Baylies
BAYLIES, B. L. B., , Remsen n Baylies
BAYLIES, James B., dentist, Remsen n Baylies
KNEELAND, Henry Mrs., , Remsen n Baylies
MILLER, George, , Remsen opp Baylies
TROWBRIDGE, Henry, dry g'ds (N.Y.), Remsen opp Baylies
WHITE, Charles, , Remsen opp Baylies
AYERS, Joseph, lace importer (N.Y.), Remsen n Franklin
HENDERSON, R. B., lawyer, (N.Y.), Remsen n Franklin
LATHROP, John, merchant (N.Y.), Remsen n Franklin
LOWRIE, John c Rev., , Remsen n Franklin
POLHEMUS, Jacob, , Remsen n Franklin
SCRIVENER, R. J., agent (N.Y.), Remsen n Franklin
STEVENS, Alexander H., , Remsen n Franklin
SUYDAM, James A., shipping commission (N.Y.), Remsen n Franklin
TEN EYCK, W. H., Rev., Remsen n Franklin
THOMPSON, Martha Mrs., , Remsen n Franklin

SMITH, Russell, , Remsen c Main

JARVIS, W., Gardener, Remsen c Welling
Ridge Street, which ran E-W between Sunswick Creek and Academy Street, is now 33rd Avenue
ALEXANDER, Robert, foreman, Ridge n Emerald
CASEY, ---, junk dealer, Ridge n Emerald
VALLELLY, T., weaver, Ridge n Emerald
WALKER, ----, ship carpenter, Ridge n Emerald
WALTER, George, laborer, Ridge n Emerald
HOYT, Sprague & Co., carpet manft., Ridge c Remsen
MALONEY, JOHN, agt carpet works, Ridge c Remsen, home/business
DONNELLY, Barney, spinner, Ridge n Remsen, rear
KLEMM, Charles, weaver, Ridge n Remsen
MAUD, Robert, weaver, Ridge n Remsen, rear
MENCH, Frederick, laborer, Ridge n Remsen, rear
RIELEY, Wm., weaver, Ridge n Remsen, rear
SHERIDAN, Barney, laborer, Ridge n Remsen, rear
SIDEL, Eli, weaver, Ridge n Remsen, rear
SPOTS, John, weaver, Ridge n Remsen, rear
TUTTLE, Smith, carpenter, Ridge n Remsen

STAINTON, Thomas, teamster, Ridge n the creek, rear

Shore Road is now 20th Road
HOYT, Edward, dry goods, (N.Y.), Shore road n Woolsey
OWENS, Michael, gardener, Shore road n Woolsey
WOOD, Chas. H., butler, Shore road n Woolsey
WOOLSEY, Edward J., , Shore road n Woolsey

I suspect St. George's Row, was St. George's Place, on Hallets Cove, as seen on the 1873 LIC map. This is now Welling Court. However the 1864 directory has separate listings for Welling and St. George. If there was a distinction between the two, I don't know what it was.
TRASK, J. D., physician, 1 St. Georges Row
MONTELL, Edwin A., , 2 St. George's row
STEANE, Isaac, watchmaker, 3 St. George's Row
STREMMELL, Jonas, dry goods (N.Y.), 4 St. George's Row
BILL, Howland, physician, 5 St. George's Row, boards
SKINNER, Augustus T, , 5 St. George's Row
WHEELER, James, lawyer (N.Y.), 6 St. George's Row.
TOWNSEND, J. D., lawyer (N.Y.), 7 St. George's Row
Stevens Street (N-S on Hallet's Cove) is now 8th Street
CHILD, Horace, ship carpenter, Stevens n Fulton
St. John's Place (E-W) was a one-block extension of Trowbridge Street between Willow and Emerald, forming the south perimeter of Mt Carmel Church's graveyard. It was later known as Trowbridge, and eventually as 26th Avenue
PARSONS, Thomas, vol., St. John's place
ARNOLD, Mary Mrs, , St. John's pl c Emerald
CURRIN, John, laborer, St. John's pl c Emerald
HAND, Johanna Mrs., , St. John's pl c Emerald
READY, Morris, carpenter, St. John's pl c Emerald
HIGGINS, Christopher, laborer, St. John's pl n Emerald
HIGGINS, Joseph, , St. John's pl n Emerald

BROWN, Eliza Mrs., grocer, St. John's pl n Willow, home/business
DORAN, John, vol., St. John's pl n Willow
FARROL, John, laborer, St. John's pl n Willow
KELLY, George, vol., St. John's pl n Willow
MCMAHAN, D., , St. John's pl n Willow
MITCHEL, Mary Mrs., , St. John's pl n Willow
MONOHAN, J., vol., St. John's pl n Willow
TULLY, John, vol., St. John's pl n Willow

Sunswick Terrace (N-S along the coast, just south of Hallets Cove) is now the section of 22nd Street between 34th Avenue and 44th Avenue
GREEN, Wm, Sunswick Hotel, Sunswick Terr n Broadway
POST, E. F., , Sunswick Terr n Broadway
TIPPEL, Ruddolph, painter, Sunswick Terr n Broadway
WILLSON, Marcius, author, Sunswick Terr n Broadway

LUYSTER, Hellen Mrs., , Sunswick Terr c Camelia
STRANG, Charles W., carpenter, Sunswick Terr c Camelia, business

ALLEN, A. B., agricultural implements (N.Y.), Sunswick Terr c Fulton., boards
CRUM, Charles, boards, Sunswick Terr c Fulton
HOYT, Cornelia A. Mrs., boarding house, Sunswick Terr c Fulton
HOYT, John, asst. chemist, Sunswick Terr c Fulton, boards
MARGUARD, Frank, hospital steward U.S.A.& foreman, Sunswick Terr c Fulton, boards
PHILLIPS, George B., chemist, Sunswick Terr c Fulton, boards
LAWLER, John, laborer, Sunswick Terr n Fulton
TISDALE, JAMES, coal and lumber, Sunswick Terr n Fulton, business

BLACKWELL, H. F., (H.F. & W.T.), Sunswick Terr n Main
BLACKWELL, W.T., (H.F.& W.T.), Sunswick Terr n Main
BLOSSOM, B., , Sunswick Terr n Main
BREMAN, Benjamin, teacher, Sunswick Terr n Main, boards
STANFIELD, M. M., , Sunswick Terr n Main
STEVENS, B. K., importer (N.Y.), Sunswick Terr n Main
VAN DERVENTER, Wm., , Sunswick Terr n Main
FLOYD, John, boatman, Sunswick Terr opp Main
WHITNEY, JOSIAH M., mason lime dealer and real estate agt., Sunswick Terr opp Main, business

While the directory lists Wodell, Wadell and Waddell, this was actually Wardell Street, a N-S running street on Hallets Cove. It is now 9th Street from Pot Cove to 27th Avenue
LAWRENCE, Gilbert, , Wardell n the River, boards
LAWRENCE, James V. H., assistant commissary, Wardell n the river
LAWRENCE, James V. Mrs., , Wardell n the River
NORRIS, Joseph P., clerk custom house, Wardell n the river
SMITH, Gilbert Mrs., , Wardell n the River, boards

Washington was a N-S street on Hallets cove. It later became Halsey Street, and today is 3rd Street. Not to be confused with Washington Aveue (now 36th Avenue) or N. Washington Place (now 25th Road)
DUMMETT, Matthew, gardener, Washington c Fulton, home/business
Greenoak was a short extension of Welling. Today it is part of Welling Court
RITCHIE, M. Mrs., Astoria Herald, 2 Greenoak, home
Welling Street runs on a diagonal just south of Main Street. Today it is known as Welling Ct.
DAVIS, Harriet Mrs., , Welling n Main
RITCHIE, Robert B. A., stock broker (N.Y.), Welling n Main, boards
TANNER, James, , Welling n Main

COOK, Horace Rev., , Welling opp Grand
CORLEY, John R., bookbinder (N.Y.), Welling opp Grand
GREENOAK, Eliza Miss, , Welling opp Grand
MORRIS, JOHN R., Esq., Welling opp Grand
LUDLOW, Caroline & Phebe Misses, , Welling opp Grand
O'REILEY, Bernard, laborer, Welling opp Grand
ROSS, Alanson, Shoe-maker, Welling opp Grand
WALTSIE, Elias, , Welling opp Grand
YOUNG, Mrs, , Welling opp Grand

William was a one-block street runnning on a diagonal just south of St. Johns Place/Trowbridge. Today it is 26th Road. For an interim period, it was called N. William Street, possibly to avoid confusion with another William Street (aka Eli Avenue) which ran N-S between Van Alst and Crescent.
CAMPBELL, Mary Mrs., fancy goods, William c Emerald, home/business
CAMPBELL, Hugh, pedlar, William c Emerald
BROWN, Peter, mason, William n Emerald
CAHALL, Patrick, mason, William n Emerald
CARROLL, John, laborer, William n Emerald
CHRISTY, William, laborer, William n Emerald
CONNOR, John, laborer, William n Emerald
CONNORS, Thomas, laborer, William n Emerald
CURTIS, Harley, laborer, William n Emerald.
DAW, John, sailor, William n Emerald
DEMPSEY, John, laborer, William n Emerald.
FARRELL, Christopher, laborer, William n Emerald
GREEN, Catherine Mrs, , William n Emerald
SMITH, Ann Mrs., , William n Emerald
TOEMY, Michael, varnish maker, William n Emerald
WALLACE, Mary Mrs., , William n Emerald

MEDE, John, mason, William n St. John's place

HENSHAW, James, painter, William c Willow
CALLAHAN, Mary Mrs., , William n Willow
CARLAN, William, blacksmith, William n Willow
COLGAN, James, vol. 2nd regt., William n Willow
CONWAY, Kate Mrs., , William n Willow
DAMM, Wenzel, cabinet maker, William n Willow, home/business
HARRIS, Ann Mrs., , William n Willow
LAWLOR, Ann Mrs, , William n Willow
LOW, Ann Mrs., , William n Willow
MCCANN, Elizabeth Mrs., , William n Willow
MCGINNIS, Peter, laborer, William n Willow
MURPHY, Mary Mrs., , William n Willow
NESBITH, Michael, laborer, William n Willow
RIELEY, James, laborer, William n Willow
SCELES, James, gardener, William n Willow
SHURLOCK, Robert, laborer, William n Willow
SLATTERY, James, vol, William n Willow
SMITH, Patrick, laborer, William n Willow
WOOLSON, Letecia Mrs., , William n Willow
MALONE, Edward, mason, William n Willow
Willow Street is a N-S street just east of Hallets Cove. Today it is 18th Street from Hoyt to Astoria Blvd.
FLANAGAN, Ellen Mrs, , Willow n Franklin
SMITH, Thomas, laborer, Willow n Franklin

HANTS, Alexander, teamster, Willow n Linden

BROWN, Henry, shoe-maker, Willow n Main
KELKLE, Ursula Mrs., , Willow n Main
BORK, Chas., laborer, Willow n Main

DONAHOE, Mary Mrs., , Willow c St. John's pl
FOLEY, Michael, vol., Willow c St. John's pl
HENSHAW, ---, coachman, Willow c St. John's pl
MCKNERNEY, Bridget Mrs, , Willow c St. John's pl
MULLEN, R., saloon, Willow c St. John's pl, home/business
STONEWALL, ---, , Willow c St. John's pl
ATCHESON, John, ship wright, Willow n St. John's pl
LIVINGSTONE, Charles, tinner, Willow n St. John's pl
LONG, John, gardener, Willow n St. John's pl
OLOFFO, Jane Mrs., , Willow n St. John's pl
SNEIDER, Conrad, carpenter, Willow n St. John's pl

STAFFORD, P., carpenter, Willow n William

Woolsey Street ran N-S, just east of Hallets Cove. Today it is 14th Street between Hoyt Avenue and Astoria Blvd. Don't confuse it with Woolsey Ave, an E-W street which, today, is 24th Avenue.
CARR, C.H., , Woolsey c Baylies
RANKINS, Maria Mrs., , Woolsey c Baylies

HARRIS, R. W., REV., Woolsey c Franklin
BACON, Sarah Mrs., , Woolsey n Franklin
BENNER, R., lawyer, Woolsey n Franklin
GRAHAM, E.C., , Woolsey n Franklin
VONGENSTEN, Frederick, clerk, Woolsey n Franklin
ZAVALA, Henry, , Woolsey n Franklin

BOUNTY, Joseph, laborer, Woolsey c Linden

TURNER, S. E., merchant (N.Y.), Woolsey n Main

OWENS, Michael, laborer, Woolsey and Willow, betw
CROCOM, John, driver, Woolsey opp. Willow

Feb 2004