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.
He worked with his father at the Dutchess Junction brickyard and when his father moved to Chelsea, Aaron took over. Putnam's Sons, New York & London, 1908: "Among the sloops of Fishkill on Newburgh bay were the Commodore Jones, and the New Jersey, which were owned by the late Thomas Aldridge, who had extensive brickyards at Dutchess Junction." From Fred Rieck: In a 1929 Poughkeepsie city directory, George H. The factory was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as one of Westchester County’s most significant industrial buildings. Read more on Rob's wonderful website HUDSON VALLEY RUINS In conjunction with our sister-site Hudson River we have completed a new webpage: A BRIEF HISTORY of ROSETON and DANSKAMMER POINT, NY Here you will find a compilation of our research on the brickyards in this area (ROSE, JOVA and ARROW). He was a member of the class of 1908 during Freshman year, but joined 1909 at the beginning of Sophomore year. listed in the Hudson City Directory from 1897 to about 1909. Dunham established the first brickyard in Berlin, CT.
A later, 1896 directory entry lists Aaron as being affiliated with Aldridge Brothers (a/k/a Aldridge Brothers & Company), also brick manufacturers - the brother likely being George L. Thomas bought a farm near Fishkill Landing, NY in the fall of 1853 which later became the 'ABC' (Aldridge Brothers & Company) Brickyard in Dutchess Junction, NY." Thomas' son Aaron Ennis Aldridge was born on January 19, 1851 in Balmville, near Newburgh, NY. Allen as Treasurer of the newly formed Poughkeepsie Brick Corp (PB CORP), located on Van Wagner Road nr. Hudson Valley historian and author Rob Yasinsac tells us a rear addition, a storage building constructed between 18, was built with ANCHOR brick. -- Springing out of the woods which border the private road leading into the Atlas Brick Company's works, two miles south of Hudson, masked highwaymen to-day shot and mortally wounded Denton Fowler, 3d, killed George Ragsdale, the driver of the buggy in which Fowler was riding, and escaped with a satchel containing ,000, intended for paying off the employes of the works. From the 1910-1911 Obituary Record of Graduates of Yale University: "DENTON FOWLER, son of Everett Fowler, a brick manufacturer and bank president of Haverstraw, N Y , was born in that place July 28, 1885. He was prepared for college in the Lawrenceville (N J ) Schools. Berlin was prominent in the brick market even as late as the 1960’s." In 1842, Cornelius P.
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.
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