City Directories and History: J. Oscar Allison, Florence Allison, Mrs. John Ashe, Sallie Ashe, Mabel Ashe, Benjamin Barron, Bessie Barron, John Barron, Walter Barron, Emma H. Beard, Mrs. Earnest Beard, Margaret E. Bowen, N.J. Bowen, L Dock Bradley, Daniel Brimm, Elizabeth M. Brimm, Rev. Earnest E. Gillespie, Martha Gillespie, William D. Glenn, Catherine Glenn, Kate Gordon, Albert M. Grist, Elizabeth Grist, Arthur T. Hart, George W.S. Hart, Ellen Hart, Lilla Herndon, William H. Herndon, Jeanette Herndon, Mrs. A. W. Ingold, Mary Ingold, Zora Inman, Brooks Inman, Mozelle Inman, George Jackson, Bessie Jackson, Amelia Kennedy, Barron Kennedy, Belle Kennedy, James B. Kennedy, Emma Kennedy, Rachel A. Kennedy, William M. Kennedy, Claude Latham, Anna C. Lewis, William W. Lewis, David J. Logan, John R. Logan, Sallie Logan, and Wilmore Logan
The list of individuals living in the 1907 York City Directory was not identified as living at any particular house number. When possible the individuals are listed per their known address.
The Yorkville Enquirer of Feb. 2, 1917 contained an ad for Dr. Wm. N. Kennedy, dental surgeon, with office on the second floor of the Wylie Building.
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