I just noticed this today:
In 1900 Sarah Clifford and her sisters Margaret and Elizabeth all lived together in a house on River Street in Winooski/Colchester, Chittenden County, Vermont. All three are working as weavers in the wool mills.
In 1910 Elizabeth and Sarah are still living there together at 93 River Street. Sarah doesn’t seem to be working, but Elizabeth is listed as working in the wool mills as a weaver. Margaret is living separately in Bridgewater, Windsor, VT and working as a weaver also.
In 1920 all three are living together again back at 93 River Street. Sarah isn’t working, but Elizabeth and Margaret are still weavers.
Elizabeth died 6 February 1929 from a heart condition.
In 1930 Sarah and Margaret are living at 93 Water Street together.
Sarah died 18 March 1935 from a fractured femur.
Margaret is still living there in the 1940 Census, so she must have died sometime after that. She was 74 in 1940. Haven’t found a death cert yet.
As far as I know none of the three ever married or had any children.
Today I just noticed that the house they lived in is on the corner of River Street and Clifford Street. It was called Clifford Street even in 1900, so I suspect it was the family home where they lived with their parents Robert Clifford and Agnes McWhirter. The family moved there from Alburg, VT sometime around 1872.
I might just write to the current residents and request a photo.