Top of the page continues with Anna Nicoll's brother John Thorne who lists his occupation as "capitalist " and one servant Anna Smith . The next two familiess of August Ross and John Siebert are both listed as farm foremen. The Lawrence family ran a Truck Farm up until around 1915.
Line 90 & 91 is August Floyd & his wife Emma Rolfe Cooper Floyd. The August Floyd Estate was located on Lon's Creek and Forge River They list two servants Elizabeth Bouchier and Charlotte Lough along with coachman David Sherry.
The Dysarts Robert & Mary (line 65) probably worked for both August Floyd and brother Nicoll & Cornelia Floyd whose estate Tuppenac was just "next door" Mary Dysart was included in several of the Floyd wills. Living with Nicoll & Cornelia is their grandaughter Ella Marian Lindley. Ella's mother Marian died soon after Ella was born. Ella would first marry W E Baker and live at Tuppenac and in the late 1920's became the second wife of William Shepherd Dana. Nicol Floyd, a lawyer employed two domestics , Mary Donnoley and Anna Cook plus Mary Evinden who was a governess for 12 year old Ella.
Line 73 is none other than 71 year old "capitalist" and widower William Buck Dana the head of Moss Lots. What was surprising to me is his son in law William Shepherd father of William Shepherd Dana is living there with his wife Ethel (Daisy) . Most history has it that Ethel moved back to Moss Lots with just her 7 year old son William Dana Shepherd Jr who was a decade away from becoming William Shepherd Dana and inheriting it all .
There are seven servants listed for the Danas ...Annie Traynor the cook and 3 waiting maids Olga Niemi, Annie Meyer , Frieda Klein, William Lee a coachman an estate foreman Herbert Terry and Grace his wife. Merritt Cash Penney who is pictured in the Dana Estate movies as the estate superintendant was living in neighboring Moriches in 1900 and working as a fisherman. The 1900 Moriches census will follow soon.
The balance of names that appear on this page , lines 86-100 The Hill and Mains families were all from the Poosepatuck Reservation. Some may of also worked for the Danas. Martha Main on line 99 lived to be over 100.
MASTIC 1900 POPULATION 100 Folks & Counting