“Schuyler is seemingly the county of sane people only. There is but one insane person supported by the county, and he is cared for in the family of his brother, and is without restraint, being a mild case. He has been treated in the asylum, and is now capable of some labor.”
SOURCE: Documents of the Assembly Of The State Of New York, Eighty-Eighth Session, 1865, Volume 6, Nos. 199 to 112 Inclusive, Albany: C. Wendell, Legislative Printer, 1865, Page 215.