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1850 Federal Census, Shade Twp. (Partial)

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Sep 14, 2015

All people listed in the abstract were born in Pa., unless otherwise noted. “School” indicates the person had attended school within the past year. “R.E.” stands for real estate.

JACOB CRISSEY SR, aged 65, farmer, $1,000 R.E., can not read and write. Hanah, aged 47, can not read and write; Eliza. aged 26, can not read and write; Mary, aged 22, can not read and write.
SAMUEL CRISSEY, aged 21, farmer, can not read and write. Mary, aged 27, can not read and write; Lavenia BRUBAKER, aged 14.
CONRAD WOLFORD, aged 58, farmer, $500 R.E., can not read and write. Catharine, aged 50, can not read and write; Emanuel, aged 27, farmer, $200 R.E., can not read and write; John, aged 19, laborer, school, can not read and write; Conrad, aged 19, laborer, school; Catharine, aged 12, school.
DAVID BEPLEY, aged 68, farmer, $300 R.E., born in Germany. Barbara, aged 51, can not read and write. Elisabeth, aged 24, can not read and write; Christina, aged 20, school, can not read and write; George, aged 19, laborer, school; Maria, aged 16, school.
JACOB CRISSEY JR, aged 38, farmer. Mary, aged 31, can not read and write; Elias, aged 3; Samuel, aged 2; Elisabeth, aged 6 months; Christina GROVE, aged 58, can not read and write.
DAVID LOHR, aged 33, farmer, school. Mary, aged 30, school; James, aged 11, school; Edward, aged 9; Albert, aged 7; Barbara, aged 3.
ELISABETH GAGHEGAN, aged 61, $100 R.E. Thomas, aged 20, laborer; Jane R., aged 18; Patrick (BENY?), aged 26, baker, born in Ireland, married within the year; Nancy (BENY?), aged 26, married within the year.
EPHRAIM BERKEYBILE, aged 26, carpenter. Sarah, aged 24, can not read and wrlte; Delllah, aged 5; Mary, aged 3; Sarah, aged 1 month; Alexander (STORK?), aged 19, carpenter.
JOHN HAMER, aged 56, farmer, $1,200 R.E., born in England. Catharine, aged 41, can not read and write; Eveline, aged 21; William, aged 18, farmer; Samuel, aged 16, farmer, school; John, aged 11, school; Mary, aged 8, school; Nathaniel, aged 6; James F., aged 4; Thomas, aged 8 months.
PHILIP SHAFFER, aged 25, farmer, $1,200 R.E. Rachel, aged 19; Ephraim, aged 4 months.
JACOB MOSES, aged 33, farmer, $3,000 R.E. Eve, aged 32; Mary, aged 12, school; John, aged 8, school; William, aged 7, school; Margaret, aged 5; Ann, aged 4; Sydney, aged 1; Mary HAMMEL, aged 19, school.
JACOB LATON [Layton?], aged 26, farmer. Catharine, aged 23, can not read and write; John, aged 3; Elisabeth, aged 1; Rebecca, aged 17.
DAVID RODGERS, aged 50, farmer, $4,000 R.E., born in Scotland. Susan, aged 48, can not read and write; James, aged 20, farmer; Agnes, aged 18; William, aged 15, laborer, can not read and write; Elisabeth, aged 11, school; David, aged 8, school; Franklin, aged 7, school; Ellmore, aged 1; George HALL, aged 35, cotton spinner, born in Scotland.
JOHN RODGERS, aged 27, shoe maker. Mary, aged 26; Almira, aged 4; George A., aged 1.
ANDREW BERKEYBILE, aged 49. farmer, can not read and write. Christina, aged 38, can not read and write; Daniel, aged 18, farmer, school; Eve, aged 16; Franey, aged 14; Noah, aged 9; Joseph, aged 6.
ABRAHAM BRUBAKER, aged 41, farmer, $2,000 R.E. Ann, aged 41, can not read and wrlte; Samuel, aged 16, farmer, school; Cyrus, aged 14, school; Sarah, aged 12, school; Mary A., aged 10, school; Daniel, aged 8, school; Lena, aged 7, school; Michael, aged 3; Catharine, aged 3; John, aged 1; Jacob, aged 67, farmer.
EZRA GIVEN, aged 37, farmer, $1,000 R.E. Ann E, aged 30, can not read and wrlte; Lydia, aged 13, school; Susan, aged 11, school; Jonathan, aged 8, school; Mary A., aged 5; Malinda, aged 3.
JOHN FRY, aged 54, farmer, $2,000 R.E. Jeremiah, aged 20, farmer, can not read and write; Caroline, aged 18; Chauncey F., aged 16, farmer, school; Eliza LOHR, aged 19.
JOSEPH BERKEYBILE, aged 28, farmer. Eve, aged 20; Albert, aged 1 month.
JACOB BERKEYBILE, aged 49, farmer, $4,000 R.E. Susanna, aged 46; David, aged 23, sawmlller; Samuel, aged 17, laborer, school; Catharine, aged 15, school; Norman, aged 11, school; Julian, aged 8, school; Jane, aged 6, school; Jacob, aged 4.
SAMUEL LOHR, aged 45, farmer. Hanah [Hannah?], aged 45, can not read and write; Jacob, aged 21, laborer; Alexander, aged 15, school; Elisabeth, aged 12, school; Lavenia, aged 11, school; Nancy, aged 7, school; Samuel, aged 5.
THOMAS LOHR, aged 36, farmer, $1,600 R.E., can not read and write. Maria, aged 28, can not read and write; Harrison, aged 11, school; Amanda, aged 9, school; Hanah, aged 8, school; Benjamin, aged 6, school; Charles, aged 5; Emanuel, aged 4; Thomas, aged 1.
PETER LOHR, aged 25, farmer, $1,200 R.E., can not read and write. Susanna, aged 25, can not read and write; Elisabeth, aged 7, school; Isaiah, aged 5; Amaniah, aged 2.
FREDERICK LOHR, aged 70, farmer, can not read and write. Catharine, aged 66, can not read and write.
HARBERT [Herbert?] NICODEMUS, aged 34, laborer. Catharine, aged 29, can not read and write; Mary A., aged 7, school; Lydia, aged 4 (Andras?), aged 3; Sarah, aged 1.
LEVI BERKEYBILE, aged 34, farmer, $1,000 R.E. Caroline, aged 35, can not read and wrlte; Charlotte, aged 15, school; Lovean, aged 14, school; Hezekiah, aged 12, school; Barbara. aged 10, school; Elisabeth, aged 7, school; Debeaner, aged 6, school; Caroline, aged 4; Margaret, aged 1.
ISAAC BERKEYBILE JR, aged 31, farmer, $1,100 R.E. Harriet, aged 32, can not read and write; Lavenia, aged 13, school; Rosanna, aged 12, idiotic; George, aged 9, school; Eliza A., aged 5; Daniel, aged 3; Philip, aged 1; Lucinda, aged 1 month.
ELI FIDLER, aged 32, shoemaker. Catharine, aged 32, can not read and write; Elisabeth, aged 3; Sarah S., aged 10 months.
JOHN (POWL?), aged 49, farmer, $2,000 R.E. Lydia, aged 43; Jacob, aged 17, farmer, school; Joseph, aged 16, school; Catharine, aged 13, school; John, aged 9, school; Harriet, aged 7, school; Wesley, aged 4; Mary A., aged 5 months.

1840 Elk Lick Township Census
LEVI SHOCKEY. Males: 1 (under 5); 1(10-15); 1(20-30); 1(40-50). Females: 1 (under 5); 1(5-10); 2(15-20); 1(30-40); 1(80-90). Two of the above were employed in a trade; two could not read and write.
SAMUEL MILLER. Males: 1 (5-10); 1 (10-15); 1 (40-50). Females: 1 (under 5); 2 (10-15); 1(15-20); 1(30-40). One of the above was employed in agriculture; one could not read and write.
DANIEL BOYER. Males: 1(under 5); 1(5-10); 1(30-40). Females: 2 (under 5); 1(10-15); 1(30-40). One was employed in a trade; one could not read and write.
JOHN ARNOLD. Males: 1(5-10); 1(40-50). Females: 1(30-40). One was employed in agriculture.
SAMUEL TRESSLER. Males: 2(15-20); 1(20-30); 1(50-60). Females: 1(5-10); 1(10-15); 1(50-60). Three were employed in agriculture; one employed in a trade; and one could not read and write.
SAMUEL TRESSLER JR. Males: 1(30-40). Females: 1(under 5); 1(20-30). One individual was employed in agriculture; two could not read or write.
JACOB TRESSLER. Males: 1(under 5); 1 (20-30). Females: 1 (20-30). One individual was employed in agriculture; 2 could not read or write.
JOHN HOUGHSTETLER (of Jac.). Males: 1(5-10); 1(15-20); 1(30-40). Females: 3 (under 5); 1(5-10); 3(10-15); 1(30-40). Two were employed in agriculture; one could not read or write.
JOHN HOUGHSTETLER. Males: 1(5-10); 1(10-15); 1(15-20); 1(50-60). Females: 2 (under 5); 1(5-10); 2(10-15); 1(30-40). Two were employed in agriculture; one could not read and write.
JACOB BROWN. Males: 2(under 5); 1(20-30). Females: 1(20-30); 1(80-90). One was employed at a trade; one was insane and kept at public charge; and two could not read and write.
ELIAS BUEGHLEY. Males: 3(under 5); 1(10-15); 1(20-30). Females: 1(20-30). One employed ln agriculture.
ABRAHAM BUECHLY. Males: 1(60-70). Females: 1(50-60). One was employed in agriculture; one could not read and write.
CHRISTIAN SHRACK JR. Males: 1(20-30). Females: 1(20-30). One was employed at a trade; one could not read and write.
DANIEL BUECHLY. Males: 2(10-15); 1(30-40). Females: 2(under 5); 1(5-10); 1(30-40). One employed at a trade.
ANTHONY KEGGY. Males: 1(20-30). Females: none. Employed at a trade.
OBEDIAH SHOEMAKER. Males: 1(20-30). Females: 1(15-20). One was employed at a trade.
JOSEPH SHRACK. Males: 1(15-20), 1(50-60). Females: 1(under 5), 1(10-15), 1(15-20), 1(50-60). One was employed at a trade, one in agriculture, and 2 could not read and write.
HORACE LUDINGTON [Luddington?]. Males: 1(10-15), 1(20-30), 1(40-50). Females: 1(15-20), 1(40-50}. Two were employed in commerce.
GILLIAN C LINT. Males: 1(5-10), 1(10-15), 1(30-40). Females: 2 (under 5), 1(20-30); 1 (50-60). One was employed at a trade; two could not read and write.
MICHAEL MYERS. Males: 1(20-30). Females: none. Employed at a trade; could not read and write.
PETER YORTY. Males: 1(under 5); 1(5-10), 1(10-15), 1(40-50). Females: 1(under 5), 1(5-10), 1(10-15), 1(15-20), 1(40-50). One was employed in agriculture; two could not read or write.
JOSEPH STAUB. Males: 1(under 5); 1(40-50). Females: 1(10-15); 1(30-40). One was employed at a trade.
ANTHONY STAUB. Males: 1(40-50). Females: none. Employed in agriculture.
BERNARD STAUB. Males: 1(30-40). Females: none. Employed in agriculture.
SARAH BAKLEY. Males: 1(under 5); 1(5-10). Females: 1(under 5); 1(5-10); 1(10-20); 1(30-40).
PETER MILLER. Males: 1 (5-10); 1 (10-15), 1 (15-20); 1 (20-30); 1 (50-60). Females: 1(5-10); 1(10-15); 1(15-20), 1(50-60). Three were employed in agriculture.
JOHN KLINGAMAN. Males: 1(5-10); 1(10-15); 1(15-20); 1(20-30); 1(60-70). Females: 1(5-10); 1(10-15); 1(15-20); 1(40-50); 1(50-60). Two were employed in agriculture; one was insane and kept at private charge; and four could not read and write.
PHILIP INFIELD. Males: 3(under 5); 2(5-10), 1(40-50). Females: 1(5-10); 1(10-15); 1(30-40). One was employed in agriculture; two could not read and write.
SAMUEL (T.?) MILLER. Males: 1(20-30). Females: 1(15-20). One was employed in agriculture.
DANIEL P MILLER. Males: 1(20-30). Females: 2(under 5), 1(20-30). One was employed in agriculture; one could not read and write.
JOHN C LICHTY. Males: 2(5-10); 1(10-15); 1(15-20); 1(40-50). Females: 1(under 5); 1(5-10); 3(10-15); 1(30-40). Two were employed in agriculture; (nine?) could not read and write.
ABRAHAM MAUST. Males: 2(under 5); 2(5-10); 3(10-15), 3(15-20), 1(40-50). Females: 1(15-20); 1(20-30); 1(40-50). Four were employed in agriculture; one could not read and write.
CHRISTIAN HERSHBERGER. Males: 1(70-80). Females: 1(10-15); 1(60-70). Two could not read and write.
JOHN ENGLE. Males: 1(under 5); 1(50-60). Females: 1(5-10), 1(10-15); 1(15-20); 1(40-50); 1(70-80). One was employed at a trade; one was insane and kept at private charge; and two could not read and write.
SOLOMON ENGLE. Males: 1(20-30). Females: 1 (under 5), 1(20-30). One was employed in agriculture; one could not read and write.
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JOSEPH SUHRE. Males: 1 (40-49). Females: none. Employed at manufacturing or a trade.
MARGARET ENGLE. Males: 1 (5-9). Females: 1 (5-9); 1 (10-14); 1 (60-69). One could not read and write.
ADAM WEIMER. Males: 1 (40-49). Females: none. He could not read and write.
MARTIN ENGLE. Males: 1(40-49). Females: none. One employed in agriculture.
SARAH LOWRY. Males: 2 (under 5); 1 (10-14). Females: 2 (5-9); 1 (10-14); 1 (30-39). One could not read and write.
FREDERICK ENGLE. Males: 1 (under 5); 2 (10-14); 1 (30-39). Females: 1 (under 5); 2 (5-9); 1 (30-39). One employed at manufacturing or a trade. Two could not read and write.
JOSEPH BREIG. Males: 3 (20-29); 1 (50-59). Females: 1 (50-59). Four employed at manufacturing or a trade.
ISRAEL (WELFLEY? or WELSLEY?) . Males: 1 (20-29). Females: 1 (15-19). One employed in commerce.
GEORGE MEESE (of John). Males: 1 (under 5); 1 (10-14); 2 (30-39); 1 (40-49). Females: 1 (under 5); 2 (5-9); 1 (10-15); 2 (20-29); 1 (30-39). One employed at agriculture. Four insane at private charge. Six could not read and write.
JACOB KENSINGER. Males: 1 (under 5); 1(5-9); 1 (30-39). Females: 1 (5-9); 1 (30-39). One employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
ABRAHAM H. MILLER JR. Males: 1 (under 5); 1 (20-29). Females: 2 (under 5); 2 (20-29). One employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
HENRY H. MILLER. Males: 1 (20-29). Females: none. One employed at agriculture. One could not read and write.
HENRY MEYES. Males: 3 (under 5); 1 (30-39). Females: 1 (20-29). One employed at agriculture. Two could not read and write.
FREDERICK BOWERS. Males: 1 (30-39). Females: none. One employed at manufacturing or a trade. One could not read and write.
CHARLES MILLER. Males: 1 (under 5); 1 (30-39). Females: 1 (20-29). One employed at manufacturing or a trade. One could not read and write.
PETER (WELFLEY?). Males: 1 (5-9); 1 (10-14); 1 (15-19); 1 (20-29); 1 (50-59). Females: 1 (10-14); 1 (40-49). Two employed at manufacturing or a trade.
NICHOLAS FRAMM. Males: 1 (20-29). Females: 1 (under 5); 1 (20-29). One employed at manufacturing or a trade.
JOHN LOOK. Males: 1 (20-29). Females: none. One employed at manufacturing or a trade.
HENRY BREWER. Males: 1 (10-14); 1 (50-59). Females: 1 (10-14); 1 (40-49). One employed at agriculture. Two could not read and write.
PETER SMITH. Males: 1 (60-69). Females: none. One employed at manufacturing or a trade.
CHRISTIAN C. LIVENGOOD. Males: 1 (30-39). Females: none. One employed in commerce.
MICHAEL DIVELY. Males: 1 (under 5); 1 (10-14); 1 (20-29); 1 (40-49). Females: 1 (under 5); 1 (5-9); 1 (40-49); 1 (70-79). One employed in commerce. One employed at manufacturing or a trade. One insane at private charge.
GABRIEL MILLER. Males: 1 (20-29). Females: 1 (15-19). One employed in commerce.
ADAM WAGNER. Males: 1 (10-14); 1 (40-49). Females: 1 (40-49); 1 (80-89). One employed at manufacturing or a trade. One could not read and write.
PETER WAGNER. Males: 1 (under 5); 1 (20-29). Females: 2 (under 5); 1 (20-29). One employed at manufacturing or a trade. One could not read and write.
WILLIAM WAGNER. Males: 1 (5-9); 1 (10-14); 1 (20-29); 1 (60-69). Females: 1 (15-19); 1 (40-49). Two employed in manufacturing or a trade. One could not read and write.
PHINEAS COMPTON. Males: 1 (10-14); 1 (30-39). Females: 1 (under 5); 1 (10-14); 1 (20-29). One employed at manufacturing or a trade. One could not read and write.
JACOB ENGLE. Males: 1 (60-69) . Females: 1 (60-69). One employed at manufacturing or trade.Two could not read and write.
JOSEPH MILLER. Males: I (under 5); I (20-29). Females: 1 (15-19). One primary or common school (22 students).
JACOB WELFLEY. Males: 1 (under 5); 1 (20-29). Females: 1 (20-29). One employed in manufacturing or a trade. One could not read and write.
EDWARD KEAGY. Males: 1 (20-29). Females: none. One employed in agriculture.
JACOB STEINMAN. Males: 1 (50-59). Females: none. One employed in manufacturing or a trade.
PETER SHIER. Males: 1 (70-79). Females: 1 (60-69). One could not read and write.
JOSEPH SMITH. Males: 1 (under 5); 1 (15-19); 1 (20-29). Females: 1 (under 5); 1 (20-29). One employed in manufacturing or a trade. One could not read and write.
JONAS KEIM. Males: 1 (under 5); 2 (5-9); 1 (10-14); 1 (30-39). Females: 1 (under 5); 1 (5-9); 1 (20-29); 1 (30-39). One employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write.
ELISABETH McLEAN. Males: none. Females: 1 (50-59). One could not read and write.
JOHN SMITH. Males: 2 (20-29). Females: 1 (20-29). Two employed in manufacturing or in a trade. One could not read and write.
JOST J. STUTZMAN. Males: 1 (5-9); 1 (10-14); 1 (15-19); 1 (20-29); 1 (40-49). Females: 1 (under 5).
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MARTIN WELFLEY. Males: 1(15-19). Females: 1(15-19). One was employed in manufacturing.

SAMUEL FINLEY. Males: 1(10-14); 1(20-29); 1(50-59). Females: 1(5-9); 1(40-49). One could not read and write.

MARY ANN McBRIDE. Males: 1(under 5). Females: 1(20-29). One could not read and write.

ADOLPHUS FAIR. Males: 1(20-29). Females: none. One was employed as a learned professional and engineer.

WILLIAM SHOCKEY. Males: 1(10-14); 1(50-59). Females: 1(50-59). One was employed in manufacturing. One could not read and write.

SAMUEL JONES. Males: 1(20-29). Females: none. One was employed in manufacturing.

JACOB DEHAVEN. Males: 1(10-14); 1(15-19); 1(20-29); 1(50-59). Females: 1(10-14); 1(15-19); 1(20-29); 1(50-59). Two were employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write.

DANIEL STEINMAN. Males: 2(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(50-59). Females: 2(5-9); 1(40-49). One was employed in manufacturing. One could not read and write. One could not read.

JOHN SHIRER. Males: 1(under 5); 2(10-14). Females: 1(under 5); 2(5-9); 1(30-39). One could not read and write.

MARY KREIDER. Males: none. Females: 1(30-39); 1(60-69). Two could not read and write.

ELIJAH WAGNER. Males: 1(10-14); 1(30-39). Females: 1(10-14); 1(30-39). One was employed in commerce. One could not read and write.

DANIEL FORNEY. Males: 1(20-29). Females: 2(under 5); 1(15-19); 1(20-29). One could not read and write.

SAMUEL GLOTFELTY. Males: 1(5-9); 1(30-39). Females: 1(under 5); 2(5-9); 1(30-39). One was employed in manufacturing. One could not read and write.

JOHN GLOTFELTY. Males: 1(20-29). Females: 1(15-19). One was employed in manufacturing.

JACOB GLOTFELTY. Males: 1(50-59). Females: 1(50-59). Two could not read and write.

JOHN LOWRY. Males: 1(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(40-49). Females: 1(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 2(15-19); 1(30-39); 1(60-69). One was employed in manufacturing. One could not read and write.

WILLIAM GLOTFELTY. Males: 2(under 5); 2(5-9); 1(30-39). Females: 1(30-39). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.

THOMAS PATTON. Males: 1(under 5); 2(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(30-39). Females: 1(under 5); 1(10-14); 1(30-39). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.

JEREMIAH GLOTFELTY. Males: 2(under 5); 1(20-29). Females: 1(under 5); 2(20-29). One was employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write.

SOLOMON DURST. Males: 1(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 2 (15-19); 1 (20-29); 1(40-49. Females: 1(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(30-39). Four were employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.

CHARLES WAGNER. Males: 1(30-39). Females: 2(under 5); 1(20-29). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.

MARTIN WEIMER. Males: 2(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(30-39). Females: 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(20-29). One was employed in manufacturing. One could not read and write.

JESSE KURTZ. Males: 1(under 5); 1(20-29). Females: 1(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(20-29). One was employed in agriculture.

ROBERT PATTON. Males: 1(5-9); 1(15-19); 1(20-29); 1(40-49). Females: 2(under 5); 1(5-9); 2(10-14); 1(15-19); 1(30-39). Three were employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.

HENRY GLOTFELTY. Males: 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(20-29). Females: 1(20-29). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.

MARY GLOTFELTY. Males: none. Females: 1(50-59). One could no read and write.

HENRY DURST. Males: 1(5-9); 1(15-19); 1(30-39). Females: 2(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(40-49). Two were employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.

JACOB SUMMY. Males: 1(under 5); 2(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(40-49). Females: 2(under 5); 2(10-14); 1(15-19); 1(30-39). One was employed in agriculture; one employed in manufacturing. Two could not read and write.

JACOB SCHENBERG. Males: 1(40-49). Females: 1(40-49). One was employed in manufacturing. One could not read and write.

PETER A. BEACHY. Males: 1(5-9); 2(10-14); 1(20-29); 1(40-49). Females: 2(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(15-19); 1(40-49); 1(80-89). One was employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write.

SAMUEL P. LIVENGOOD. Males: 1(10-14); 2(15-19); 3(20-29); 1(40-49). Females: 1(5-9); 1(15-19); 1(40-49). Six were employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.

SUSANNA CRISE. Males: 1(5-9). Females: 1(40-49). One could not read and write.

ABRAHAM HERSHBERGER. Males: 1(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(30-39); 1(40-49). Females: 1(under 5); 1(5-9); 2(10-14); 1(30-39). Two were employed in agriculture. One insane at private charge. Three could not read and write.
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JACOB P. MILLER. Males: 3(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(20-29). Females: 1(5-9); 1(30-39)One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
JEREMIAH BEACHY. Males: 1(20-29). Females: none. One was employed in agriculture One could not read and write.
PETER BEACHY. Males: 1(10-14); 1(15-19); 1(40-49). Females: 2(15-19); 1(50-59). Two were employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
JONAS BEACHY. Males: 1(under 5); 2(10-14); 1(15-19); 1(20-29); 1(40-49). Females: 3(5-9); 2(10-14); 1 (20-29); 1(40-49). Three were employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
PETER YOUTZY. Males: 1(5-9); 1(40-49); 1(70-79). Females: 1(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(20-29). Two were employed in agriculture.
JOEL MILLER. Males: 2(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(15-19); 1(20-29). Females: 1(20-29). One was employed in agriculture; one employed in manufacturing.
BENEDICT BEACHY. Males: 1(20-29). Females: 1(30-39). One was employed in agriculture.
MOSES MILLER. Males: 1(under 5); 2(20-29). Females: 1 (20-29). One was employed in agriculture; one employed in manufacturing.
JACOB FOLK [Volk?]. Males: 1(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(15-19); 1(40-49). Females: 1(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(10 14); 1(40-49). Two were employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
CATHERINE MAST. Males: 1(40-49). Females: 1(50-59). One was employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write.
WILLIAM BENDER. Males: 1(10-14); 1(20-29). Females: 1(under 5); 1 (20-29); 1(30-39) One was employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write.
CHRISTAN SUMMY. Males: 2(under 5); 1 (5-9); 1 (10-14); 1 (30-39). Females: 1(5-9); 1(30-39). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
HENRY HERSHBERGER. Males: 1(30-39). Females: none. One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
JOHN STEPHANAS. Males: 1(5-9); 1(20-29). Females: 4(under 5); 1(20-29). One was employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write.
DANIEL HERSHBERGER. Males: 1(under 5); 1(30-39). Females:1(under 5); 1(20-29); 1(60-69). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
JACOB SHOEMAKER. Males: 1(20- 29). Females: none. One was employed in manufacturing.
CATHERINE FOLK. Males: 1(5-9); 1(15-19). Females: 2(15-19); 1(40-49). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
JACOB FOLK, JR. Males: 1(under 5); 1(20-29). Females: 1(20-29). One was employed in agriculture.
JOHN HERSHBERGER. Males: 1(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(20-29); 1(50-59). Females: 2(under 5); 2(15-19); 1(40-49). Two were employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write.
MICHAEL OTTO. Males: 1(40-49). Females: 2(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(30-39). One was employed in agriculture.
WILLIAM HAHN. Males: 2(under 5); 2(5-9); 1(40-49). Females: 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(15-19); 1(30-39). One was employed in manufacturing. One could not read and write.
PETER SHOEMAKER. Males: 1(20-29). Females: none. One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
JOHN CHRISTNER; Males: 1(10-14); 1(20-29); 1(60-69). Females: 1(60-69). Two were employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
BENJAMIN FREEMAN. Males: 1(36-55) free colored person. Females: 1(36-55) free colored person. One was employed in agriculture.
HENRY S. MILLER. Males: 1(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(50-59). Females: 1(10-14); 1(30-39) One was employed in manufacturing. One could not read and write.
RACHAEL TRESSLER. Males: none. Females: 1(5-9); 1(30-39). One could not read and write.
MICHAEL GALLAGHER. Males: 1(50-59). Females: 1(30-39). One was employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write.
MICHAEL FULLEM. Males: 1(5-9); 1(20-29). Females: 2(under 5); 1(10-14); 1(20-29). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
JOHN CHRISTNER. Males: 1(20-29). Females: 3(under 5); 1(20-29). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
CATHERINE LEE. Males: 1(10-14); 1(20-29). Females: 1(10-14); 1(15-19); 1(40-49). One was employed in agriculture.
THOMAS McCLOSKY. Males: 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 2(15-19); 1(50-59). Females: 3(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 2(20-29); 1(40-49). Two were employed in agriculture; one employed in manufacturing. Two could not read and write.
VALENTINE TICE. Males: 1(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(20-29). Females: 1(under 5); 1(40-49). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
PETER S. MILLER. Males: 1(under5); 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(30-39). Females: 1(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(30-39). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
JOHN RINGLER. Males: 1(5-9); 1(20-29); 1(60-69). Females: 1(15-19); 1(50-59). Two were employed in agriculture. Three could not read and write.
JACOB RINGLER (of John). Males: 2(under 5); 1(40-49). Females: 2(5-9); 1(30-39). One was employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write.
WILLIAM RINGLER. Males: 1(20-29). Females: 1(under 5); 1(20-29). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
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JAMES WILTROUT Males: 1 (20-29). Females: 1 (15-19). One was employed in agriculture

CHRISTIAN CHRISTNER Males: 1 (under 5); 2 (20-29). Females: 1 (under 5); 1 (20-29). Two were employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write

ABRAHAM CHRISTNER Males: 1 (under 5); 1 (20-29). Females: 2 (under 5); 1 (5-9); 1 (20-29). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write

JOSEPH CHRISTNER. Males: 1 (20-29); 1 (50-59). Females: 1 (15-19); 1 (50-59). Two were employed in agriculture. Three could not read and write

JOSEPH CHRISTNER JR. Males: 1 (20-29). Females: 1 (under 5); 1 (20-29). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write

JONATHAN CHRISTNER. Males: 1 (20-29). Females: 1 (20-29). One was employed in agriculture

FREDERICK WALTER. Males: 1 (5-9); 1 (10-14); 1 (15-19); 1 (70-79). Females: 1 (15-19); 1 (60-69). Two were employed in agriculture. One could not read and write

EMANUEL HENSEL. Males: 1 (5-9); 1 (20-29). Females: 1 (20-29). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write

DANIEL YODER. Males: 1 (40-49). Females: 2 (under 5); 1 (5-9); 2 (20-29). One was employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write

SAMUEL SHRACK. Males: l (under 5); 1 (30-39). Females: 1 (30-39). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write

ABRAHAM H. MILLER. Males: 2 (10-14); 4 (15-19); 1 (50-59). Females: 1 (5-9); 1 (50-59). Five were employed in agriculture. One could not read and write

SUSANNA LONG. Males: none. Females: 1 (70-79). One could not read and write

CHRISTIAN SHRACK. Males: 2 (15-19); 3 (20-29); 1 (30-39); 1 (60-69). Females: 1 (15-19); 1 (50-59). Six were employed in agriculture. One was employed in manufacturing. Two could not read and write

JOHN GRIFFITH. Males: 1 (10-14); 1 (50-59). Females: 1 (15-19); 1 (50-59)

JOHN BROUGHER, JR. Males: 2 (under 5); 1 (10-14); 1 (30-39). Females: 1 (20-29). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write

DAVID GRIFFITH (of John). Males: 1 (under 5); 1 (5-9); 1 (30-39). Females: 3 (under 5); 2 (5-9); 1 (30-39). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write

JACOB FIKE. Males: 1 (5-9); 1 (15-19); 1 (20-29); 1 (50-59). Females: 1 (10-14); 1 (15-19); 1 (40-49). Three were employed in agriculture. One could not read and write

PETER SHOEMAKER. Males: 1 (50-59). Females: 1 (60-69). One could not read and write

WILLIAM MILLER. Males: l (under 5); 1 (5-9); 2 (10-14); 2 (15-19); 1 (40-49). Females: l (under 5); 2 (5-9); 1 (15-19); 1 (20-29); 1 (30-39). Three were employ¬ed in agriculture. One could not read and write

JOHN FIKE. Males: 1 (5-9); 1 (15-19); 1 (40-49). Females: 2 (under 5); 1 (10-14); 1 (30-39). Two were employed in agriculture. One could not read and write

ABRAHAM FIKE. Males: 1 (15-19). Females: 1 (15-19). One was employed in agriculture

JACOB GNEAGY (Nagy?). Males: 2 (5-9); 1 (10-14); 1 (40-49). Females: 2 (10-14); 2 (15-19); 1 (40-49). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write

JOHN GNEAGY. Males: 1 (70-79). Females: 1 (70-79). One could not read and write

MOSES HOGHSTETLER (Hofsteletler?). Males: l (under 5); 1 (20-29). Females: 1 (15-19). One was employed In agriculture

CHRISTIAN GNEAGY. Males: 1 (under 5); 1 (5-9); 1 (10-14); 3 (15-19); 1 (40-49). Females: 1 (10-14); 1 (20-29). Four were employed in agriculture. One could not read and write

JOHN L. SEYLOR. Males: l (under 5); 1 (5-9); 2 (10-14); 2 (15-19); 1 (40-49). Females 1 (5-9); 2 (15-19); 1 (20-29). Three were employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write

ADAM YODER. Males: 1 (5-9); 1 (20-29). Females: l (under 5); 1 (5-9); 2 (20-29). One was employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write

MOSES YODER. Males: l (under 5); 1 (20-29). Females: 1 (20-29). One was employ¬ed in manufacturing. One could not read and write

JOSIAH MILLER. Males: 1 (15-19); 1 (20-29). Females: 1 (15-19). One was employ¬ed in agriculture. One was employed in manufacturing

JACOB LICHTY. Males: 1 (30-39). Females: none. One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write

RACHEL MILLER. Males: none. Females: 1 (70-79)

JOHN McCLARY. Males: 1 (under 5); 1 (20-29). Females: 1 (20-29). One was em¬ployed in manufacturing

JOSEPH WEIMER. Males: 2 (under 5); 1 (30-39). Females: l (under 5); 2 (5-9); 1 (10-14); 1 (30-39). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write

JOHN YOWLER Males: 2 (under 5); 1 (5-9); 1 (30-39). Females: 1 (under 5); 1 (30-39). One was employed in manufacturing. One could not read and write

JOSEPH YODER. Males: 2 (15-19); 1 (50-59). Females: 1 (10-14); 1 (15-19). Three were employed in manufacturing

GEORGE FELGER – Males: 2 (under 5); 1 (40-49). Females: 1 (under 5); 2 (5-9); 1 (10-14); 1 (15-19); 1 (40-49). One was employed in manufacturing. One could not read and write

GABRIEL SHRACK – Males: 1 (20-29) Females: 2 (under 5); 2 (5-9); 1 (30-39). One was employed in manufacturing. One could not read and write.

WILLIAM VOCHT – Males: 1 (20-29) Females: none. One was employed in manufacturing

ISAAC YODER – Males: 3 (under 5); 1 (5-10); 1 (20-30) Females: 1 (5-10) 1 (30-40) One was employed in agriculture. Two are illiterate.
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DANIEL LEE. Males: 1(20-29). Females: 1(15-19). One was employed in agriculture.

WILLIAM BEARD. Males: 1(36-55). Females: none. Free colored person. One was employed in agriculture.

JOHN C. LIVENGOOD. Males: 1 (under 5); 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(40-49). Females: 1 (under 5); 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(30-39). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.

WILLIAM DEHAVEN. Males: l (under5); 1 (20-29). Females: l (under 5); 2 (5-9); 1 (20-29). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.

JONATHAN HOGHSTETLER. Males: 2 (under 5); 1 (5-9); 1 (10-14); 1 (15-19); 1 (20-29); 1 (40-49). Females: 1 (under 5); 2 (10-14); 2 (15-19); 1 (20-29); 1 (40-49). Three were employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.

WILLIAM DICKER. Males: 1 (5-9); 1 (30-39). Females: 1 (30-39). One was employed in manufacturing. One could not read and write.

SAMUEL MAST. Males: 2 (5-9); 2 (10-14); 1 (40-49). Females: 1 (5-9); 1 (10-14); 1 (30-39). One was employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write.

JOSEPH MAST. Males: 1 (10-14); 1 (70-79). Females: 1 (10-14); 1 (50-59). One could not read and write.

SAMUEL MILLER. Males: 1 (15-19). Females: 1 (20-29). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.

MATTY HANDWARK. Males: 4 (20-29); 1 (30-39). Females: 1 (20-29); 1 (60-69). Five were employed in agriculture. Three could not read and write.

ELIZABETH CRETCHMAN. Males: 1 (5-9); 1 (10-14); 1 (15-19). Females: l (under 5); 1 (5-9); 1(15-19); 1(20-29); 1(40-49). One was employed in agriculture.

DANIEL BACKAS. Males: 1 (20-29); 1 (60-69). Females: 1 (50-59). One was employed in agriculture.

DANIEL BACKAS, JR. Males: l (under 5); 1 (30-39). Females: 2 (under 5); 1 (15-19). One was employed in agriculture.

CHRISTENA SHOEMAKER. Males: none. Females: 1(80-89). One could not read and write.

LEWIS BACKAS. Males: l (under 5); 1 (20-29). Females: 1 (under 5); 1 (20-29). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.

JACOB FULLEM. Males: 1 (20-29); 1 (60-69). Females: 1 (15-19); 1 (20-29). One was employed in agriculture. One was employed in manufacturing. One could not read and write.

DANIEL JOHNSON. Males: 1 (20-29). Females: 2 (under 5); 1 (30-39). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.

FREDERICK SHRACK. Males: l (under 5); 1 (30-39). Females: 1 (under 5); 3 (5-9); 1 (20-29). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.

CHRISTIAN SCHAUM. Males: 1 (10-14); 1 (15-19); 1 (30-39). Females: 1 (5-9); 1 (15-19); 1 (40-49). One was employed in agriculture. One was employed in manufacturing, Two could not read and write.

DAVID FULLEM. Males: 1 (under 5); 1(20-29). Females: 1 (under 5); 1(20-29). One was employed in manufacturing. One could not read and write.

PETER WHETZEL. Males: 1 (under 5); 3 (5-9); 1 (15-19); 1 (30-39). Females:
1 (under 5); 2 (10-14); 1 (30-39); 1 (60-69). One was employed in agriculture. One was employed in manufacturing. Two could not read and write.

JOHN FULLEM. Males: 1 (50-59). Females: none. One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.

HENRY HOGHSTETLER. Males: 3 (under 5); 2 (5-9); 1 (30-39). Females: 3 (10-14); 1 (40-49). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.

HENRY RAMSPERGER. Males: 1 (15-19); 1 (30-39). Females: 1 (under 5); 1 (10-14); 1 (15-19); 1 (30-39). Two were employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write.

LEVI CHRISTNER. Males: 1 (20-29). Females 1 (undcr 5); 1 (20-29); 1 (50-59). One was employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write.

JACOB BRENISER. 1 (60-69). Females: 1 (60-69). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.

JOHN BURKHOLDER. Males: 1 (under 5); 1 (50-59). Females: none. One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.

ELIZABETH BITNER. Males: none. Females: 1 (5-9); 1 (30-39). One could not read and write.

MATHIAS JUDY. Males: 1 (20-29). Females: 3 (under 5); 2 (5-9); 1 (20-29). One was employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write.

GEORGE SHOOK. Males: 1 (40-49). Females: 1 (50-59). One was employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write.

SOLOMON WILTROUT. Males: 1 (30-39). Females: 2 (under 5); 2 (5-9); 1 (20-29). One was employed in manufacturing. Two could not read and write.

ADAM (ZEVARNER?). Males: 1 (under 5); 1 (5-9); 3 (15-19); 1 (50-59). Females: 1 (5-9); 2 (10-14); 1 (20-29); 1 (40-49). Four were employed in agriculture. Three could not read and write.

MARY CLAYPOLE. Males: none. Females: 1(40-49); 1(50-59); 1(60-69). Three could not read and write.

JACOB LONG. Males: 2 (under 5); 2 (5-9); 1 (10-14); 1 (15-19); 1 (40-49). Females: 1 (40-49). Two were employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.

STEPHEN RAMSPERGER. Males: 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(50-59). Females: 1(10-14); 1 (15-19); 1 (40-49). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.

JACOB WILTROUT. Males: 1 (20-29). Females: 1 (under 5); 1 (20-29). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.

LYDIA HOGHSTETLER. Males: 2 (under 5); 1 (5-9). Females: 1 (20-29). One could not read and write.

GODFREY WILTROUT. Males: 2 (15-19); 1 (50-59). Females: 1 (5-9); 2 (10-14); 1 (50-59). Three were employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
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ISAAC YODER. Males: 3(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(20-29). Females: 1(5-9); 1(30-39); One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
SAMUEL SHRACK (of Cas?). Males: 1(20-29). Females: 1(20-29). One was employed in manufacturing. Two could not read and write.
ADAM RINGER. Males: 1(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(40-49). Females: 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 3(15-19); 1(40-49). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
ADAM HOUGHSTETLER. Males: 1(under 5); 2(5-9); 1(30-39). Females: 1(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(20-29); 1(30-39). One was employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write.
DANIEL HOGHSTETLER. Males: 1(10-14); 1(60-69). Females: 1(40-49). One was employed in agriculture.
ABRAHAM HOGHSTETLER. Males: 1(under 5); 1(20-29). Females: 1(15-19). One was employed in agriculture.
DANIEL HOGSTETLER [Hoghstetler?]. Males: 2(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(30-39). Females: 1(under 5); 2(5-9); 1(20-29); 1(30-39). One was employed in agriculture. Three could not read and write.
LEONARD BERKEY. Males: 1(20-29). Females: 1(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(15-19); 1(20-29). One was employed in manufacturing. One could not read and write.
HENRY HELFENBEIN. Males: 1(20-29); 1(40-49). Females: 1(40-49); 1(60-69). Two were employed in agriculture.
YOST YODER. Males: 1(15-19); 3(20-29); 1(50-59). Females: 1(15-19); 1(20-29); 1 (60-69). Four were employed in agriculture. One was employed in manufacturing. One could not read and write.
CATHERINE HERSHBERGER. Males: 2(15-19). Females: 2(under 5); 2(5-9); 1(40-49). Two were employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
PETER STEIN. Males: 1(40-49). Females: none. One was employed in agriculture.
JOHN SUMMY. Males: 1(10-14); 1(15-19); 1(20-29); 1(40-49). Females: 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 2(15-19); 1(30-39); 1(40-49). Three were employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
JACOB D MILLER. Males: 3(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(15-19); 1(30-39). Females: 1(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(15-19); 1(20-29). Two were employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
JACOB F GETCHEY. Males: 1(20-29). Females: none. One was employed in agriculture.
MOSES H MILLER. Males: 1(20-29). Females: 1(under 5); 1(20-29). One was employed in manufacturing. One could not read and write.
DANIEL LICHTY. Males: 1(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(30-39). Females: 2(10-14); 1(30-39). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
PETER &amp; BENJAMIN WILHELM. Males: 1(10-14); 2(40-49). Females: 1(10-14); 2(40-49); 1(80-89). Two were employed in agriculture. Four could not read and write.
PETER GUNDLE. Males: 1(20-29). Females: none. One was employed in agriculture.
JACOB YODER. Males: 1(5-9); 2(10-14); 2(15-19); 1(40-49). Females: 2(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(40-49). Three were employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
SAMUEL LICHTY. Males: 1(15-19); 1(40-49). Females: 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(15-19); 1(30-39). Two were employed in agriculture.
DAVID SEYLOR. Males: 2(under 5); 2(30-39). Females: 1(20-29); 1(70-79). One was employed in agriculture. Three could not read and write.
JOHN SEYLOR (of Jonathan). Males: 2(5-9); 2(10-14); 1(30-39). Females: 1(5-9); 2(10-14); 1(30-39). Two were employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write.
ABRAHAM SEYLOR. Males: 2(under 5); 1(20-29). Females: 1(10-14); 1(15-19); 1(20-29). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
CHRISTIAN P LIVENGOOD. Males: 2(15-19); 1(20-29). Females: 1(20-29). Two were employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
ANDREW BROWN. Males: 1(under 5); 2(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(15-19); 1(20-29); 1(40-49). Females: 2(15-19); 1(20-29); 1(40-49). Two were employed in agriculture. Three could not read and write.
PETER SEYLOR. Males: 1(under 5); 1(5-9); 2(10-14); 1(15-19); 1(40-49). Females: 2(5-9); 1(15-19); 1(40-49). Three were employed in agriculture. Three could not read and write.
SAMUEL FLICKINGER. Males: 1(5-9); 1(15-19); 1(30-39). Females: 1(5-9); 1(9-14); 1(30-39). Two were employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
JOHN MEYERS (of M). Males: 2(under 5); 1(20-29). Females: 2(20-29). One was employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write.
ELIJAH FADLEY. Males: 1(20-29). Females: 1(20-29). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
JOHN BUECHLY JR. Males: 4(under 5); 3(5-9); 1(30-39). Females: 1(20-29). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
SAMUEL BUECHLY. Males: 2(under 5); 2(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(30-39). Females: 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(30-39). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
PETER FADLEY. Males: 1(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(20-29). Females: 1(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(20-29). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
JACOB THOMAS. Males: 2(under 5); 1(20-29). Females: 1(20-29). One was employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write.
CHRISTIAN FIKE. Males: 1(70-79). Females: 1(70-79). One could not read and write.
JOSEPH FIKE. Males: 2(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(30-39). Females: 2(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(15-19); 1(30-39). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
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DANIEL L MILLER. Males: 2(under 5); 2(20-29). Females: 1(under 5); 1(20-29). One was employed in agriculture. One was employed in manufacturing. One could not read and write.
ALEXANDER (BORGAR?). Males: 1(60-69). Females: none. One was employed in manufacturIng.
JONATHAN MILLER. Males: 1(60-69). Females: 1(5-9); 1(20-29); 1(40-49); 1(60-69). One was employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write.
PETER L MILLER. Males: 1(20-29). Females: 1(20-29). One was employed in manufacturing. One could not read and write.
MATHIAS MOTT. Males: 1(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(50-59). Females: 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(40-49). One was employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write.
JACOB LENTZ. Males: 1(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(20-29). Females: 2(under 5); 1(20-29); 1(30-39). One was employed in manufacturing. Two could not read and write.
CHRISTIAN OBER. Males: 1(20-29). Females: none. One was employed in manufacturing.
JACOB LIVENGOOD. Males: 2(under 5); 1(30-39). Females: 2(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(30-39). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
SAMUEL OBER. Males: 1(20-29). Females: 1(under 5); 1(15-19). One was employed in manufacturing.
JACOB LICHTY. Males: 1(under 5); 1(10-14); 1(20-29); 1(40-49). Females: 1(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(40-49). Two were employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
AUGUSTUS STEINHAUSER. Males: 1(50-59). Females: none. One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
DAVID LICHTY. Males: 1(15-19); 1(30-39). Females: 1(under 5); 2(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(30-39). Two were employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
JOHN BUECHLY. Males: 1(70-79). Females: 1(70-79).
DAVID BUECHLY. Males: 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(15-19); 1(30-39). Females: 2(under 5); 2 (5-9); 1(10-14); 1(20-29). Two were employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
ABRAHAM WILHELM. Males: 1(40-49). Females: 1(40-49). One was employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write.
MOSES FREEMAN. (Colored free persons). Males: 1(24-35). Females: 1(10-23). One was employed in agriculture.
JACOB KEIM. Males: 3(5-9); 2(15-19); 1(40-49). Females: 1(under 5); 3(10-14); 1(15-19); 1(30-39). Three were employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
JOHN KEIM. Males: 1(10-14); 1(15-19); 1(40-49). Females: 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(15-19); 1(50-59). Two were employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
ELIZABETH LIVENGOOD. Males: none. Females: 1(70-79). One could not read and write.
MARIA LICHTY. Males: 1(under 5); 1(5-9). Females: 1(30-39). One could not read and write.
DANIEL LIVENGOOD. Males: 3(under 5); 1(30-39). Females: 3(5-9); 1(20-29). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
JACOB WAGNER. Males: 1(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(30-39). Females: 1(under 5); 2(5-9); 1(30-39). One was employed in manufacturing.
HENRY GRIFFITH. Males: 1(20-29). Females: 1(15-19). One was employed in agriculture.
CHRISTIAN SWARTZENDRUBER. Males: 1(5-9); 1(30-39). Females: 1(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(30-39). One was employed in manufacturing.
AARON TRESSLER. Males: 1(20-29). Females: none. One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
DAVID LIVENGOOD. Males: 2(under 5); 1(30-39). Females: 1(under 5); 1(20-29). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
PETER LIVENGOOD. Males: 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 2(15-19); 1(40-49). Females: 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(20-29); 1(40-49). Three were employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write.
CHRISTOPHER WALL. Males: 1(20-29). Females: none. One was employed in agriculture.
BALTZER WAGNER. Males: 1(under 5); 1(20-29). Females: 1(15-19); 1(20-29). One was employed in manufacturing. One could not read and write.
PETER LICHTY. Males: 1(5-9); 2(15-19); 1(40-49). Females: 1(under 5); 2(5-9); 1(10-14); 1(30-39). Three were employed in manufacturing. One could not read and write.
JOHN LICHTY. Males: 1(5-9); 1(60-69). Females: 1(10-14); 1(20-29); 1(30-39); 1(60-69). One was employed in agriculture. Three could not read and write.
DOUGLAS BOYD. Males: 2(under 5); 1(5-9); 1(30-39). Females: 1(10-14); 1(20-29). One was employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
CHRISTIAN MEYER. Males: 1(10-14); 2(20-29); 1(50-59). Females: 1(5-9); 1(10-14); 2(15-19); 1(50-59). Three were employed in agriculture. One could not read and write.
PETER BOYER. Males: 1(20-29). Females: 1(20-29). One was employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write.
JOHN SEYLOR. Males: 1(60-69). Females: 1(10-14); 1(15-19); 1(60-69). One was employed in agriculture. Two could not read and write.

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