Town Officers The supervisors of the town of Parma since its organization in 1817, and its present officers, are here given: Gibbons Jewett, 1817 to 1818, both inclusive; Zolved Stevens, 1819 to 1820; Gibbons Jewett, 1821; Samuel Castle, 1822 to 1825; Roswell Atchinson, 1826 to 1828; Simeon Smith, 1820; Zolved Stevens, 1830; Jason Tyler, 1831; I. M. Hiscock, 1832; J. E. Patterson, 1833 to 1836; Jonathan Wudhams, 1837; Isaac Chase, Jr., 1838 to 1841; Harris Clement, 1842; Isaac Chase, Jr., 1843 to 1844; Harris Clement, 1845 to 1847; Joshua Tripp, 1848; Isaac Chase, Jr., 1849 to 1850; James C. Austin, 1851 to 1852; J. E. Patterson, 1853; Jonas Tripp, 1854; S. D. Webster, 1855; J. E. Patterson, 1856; Isaac Chase, Jr., 1857; Abner J. Wood, 1858 to 1860; J. W. Hiscock, 1861; Harris Clement, 1862; J. E. Patterson, 1863 to 1864; A. J. Wood, 1865; Charles Efner, 1866; E. D. Hillman, 1867 to 1869; R. C. Bates, 1870 to 1874; Stephen Burritt, 1875; and Rodney P. Odell, Jr., 1876, and also town clerk.
The other officers for 1876 are—Justice of the Peace, Rufus Childs; Assessor, Jacob Clarke; Road Commissioner, J. A. Hiscock; Poor-master, B. E. Spcrry; Excise Commissioner, Dennis Tabor; Collector, J. H. Goodno; Auditors, J. W. Hiscock, Lyman Lancton, Elisha D. Servis; Constables, H. C. Dimick, E. R. Twentyman, Clarence Cromwell, Robert R. Wayne, James Breeze, John McIIugh, Jr.; Game Constable, Jasper Van Court; Inspectors of Election, First District, Henry Rorabeck, James Breeze, William M. Clarke; Second District, George Ingham, Dennis Tabor, Allen Smith.
History of Monroe County, New York; With Illustrations
Descriptive Of Its Scenery, Palatial Residences,
Public Buildings, Fine Blocks, and Important Manufactories
published by J. B. Lippincott & Co., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1877