1860 Census Macoupin County Illinois - Alphabetical Transcription
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©1984-2011 Littleton P. Bradley

Introduction
to the 1860 Census Macoupin County Illinois transcribed by Littleton P. Bradley

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**Please read** the introduction below to understand Mr. Bradley's alphabetical transcription of the 1860 Census for Macoupin County at this website.

Important note: The page numbers are not Original Page numbers except for the alpha letter "A". For instance, page A145, if you order the original page 145 of the census from the IL State Archives, that number will be correct. It will NOT be correct for pages starting with letters "C", "D" and "E".

** or * (asterisk(s) was added in the occupation column for changing the number to the name of the occupation if and when I get to it.

# (number sign) was added in the birth column for changing the number to the name of the birthplace if and when I get to it.

Hint: This is a bit tedious since these files are in text format but you can use your Edit Pulldown Menu and the Find feature to find something which is not easy to find on a page. For instance, to find all of one family number, enter the family number you are looking for in the Find window under the Edit pulldown menu. Say you enter 24 in the search window you are going to find everything with a 24 in it, like 240, an age 24, etc, but if you keep your eye on the "Family" column, the members of the number 24 Family can be found. Each surname letter will have to be searched to find all members in a family household.



Macoupin County Illinois 1860 Federal Census



(Based on microcopy 653, roll 206, purchased from the National Archives of the United States) Compiled, edited, and published by Littleton P. Bradley 1984

Copyright © by
Littleton P. Bradley

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i

Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iii

Dedication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iv

Acknowledgements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iv

Foreword and Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 1

Brief Early History of Macoupin County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

Map of Macoupin County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Explanation of Headings and Columns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

Alphabetical List of 1860 Macoupin County Residents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

LIST OF PAGES

The pages contained in this publication are: I through iv; 1 through 17; A-1 through A-17; B-1 through B-48; C-1 throught C-45; D-1 through D-29; E-1 through E-15; F-1 through F-20; G-1 through G-24; H-1 through H-52; I-1; J-1 through J-15; K-1 through K-18; L-1 through L-25; M-1 through M-43; blank page; N-1 through N-10; O-1 through O-7; P-1 through P-26; Q-1 through Q-2; R-1 through R-29; blank page; S-1 through S-56; T-1 through T-18; U-1 through U-2; V-1 through V-7; W-1 through W-40; X-1; Y-1 through Y-5; Z-1; total number of pages; 557.


DEDICATION

This book is dedicated to the memory of my great grandfather, Littleton Porter Bradley, who was living in Macoupin County, Illinois, in 1860, and is listed in this 1860 census.


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The cooperation and assistance of my wife, Vivian, are gratefully acknowledged. She helped me with the alphabetical sorting and filing of the 3X5 cards, and did some of the typing. Frances Ingmire handled the printing. My thanks are extended to each one who helped.


FOREWORD AND INTRODUCTION

Macoupin is my home county (I was born in Virden), and genealogy has been one of my hobbies for a number of years. When the Illinois State Genealogical Society, of which I am a member, asked its members to compile the 1860 federal census of Illinois counties, I volunteered to transcribe the Macoupin County census from microfilm which I purchased from the National Archives. My family had given me some money as a retirement gift, and I applied it toward the purchase of a microfilm reader, which was used on this project. There are approximately 24,000 names in this Macoupin County list, and I doubt that I would have undertaken the task if I had realized that it would take the many hundreds of hours that it took. A 3X5 card was made for each name, and then the cards were arranged alphabetically before typing was begun. I felt that an alphabetical arrangement would be more useful than a transcription arranged in the same order as the original listing. An alphabetical index would have been necessary in that case.

There were problems which were encountered during the copying process:

BRIEF EARLY HISTORY OF MACOUPIN COUNTY 1, 2

Macoupin County was established on January 17, 1829, by the General Assembly of Illinois. This proposition to create the new county out of the eastern part of Green County was sponsored by legislator, Thomas Carlin, who became governor of Illinois in 1838. The county seat, Carlinville, was named as a gesture of appreciation to Thomas Carlin. The county was to be 36 miles from north to south and 24 miles from east to west.

There is a network of streams (creeks) crossing the county. The largest of these is Macoupin Creek. Several mounds also exist.

The county was named, "MACOUPIN," which is of Indian origin, and is abbreviated from "MACOUPINA," which signifies "white potato." It was the name the Indians gave to a wild artichoke which grew abundantly along the water courses. Many details of the county, its land, its people, its governments, etc., may be found in the two publications (1 and 2) listed below. Between 1850 and 1860, many Germans settled in Macoupin County, as will be seen by the number of German families listed herein.The map on the next page shows the approximate location of the 27 post offices listed in the census. Several are no longer in existence under the same name.

1. Excerpts from "The Story of Macoupin County, 1829 - 1979," by the Macoupin County Sesquicentennial Historic Committee, 1979.
2. Excerpts from "History of Macoupin County, Illinois," 1979.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Scottville Twp
T12N-R9W

19
Scottville

North Palmyra Twp
T12N-R8W

24
Vancil's Point
15 Palmyra

North Otter Twp
T12N-R7W

23
Stirrup Grove

Virden Twp
T12N-R6W
Girard Twp

25 Virden
11 Girard


Barr Twp
T11N-R9W

1 Barr's Store

South Palmyra Twp
T11N-R8W

7
Cummington

South Otter Twp
T11N-R7W

Nilwood Twp
T11N-R6W

14 Nilwood


Western Mound Twp
T10N-R9W

9
Fayette

Bird Twp
T10N-R8W

12
Hoover's Point

Carlinville Twp
T10N-R7W

4
Carlinville

Shaws Point Twp
T10N-R6W

27
Zanesville
20
Shaw's Point

Chesterfield Twp
T9N-R9W

5
Chesterfield
18
Rhoads Point

Polk Twp
T9N-R8W

Brushy Mound Twp
T9N-R7W

Honey Point Twp
T9N-R6W

Shipman Twp
T8N-R9W

21
Shipman
16
Piasa

Hilyard Twp
T8N-R8W

17
Plainview

Gillespie Twp
T8N-R7W

10
Gillespie

Cahokia Twp
T8N-R6W

6
Clyde

Brighton Twp
T7N-R9W

12
Miles Station
2
Brighton

Bunker Hill Twp
T7N-R8W

26
Woodburn
3
Bunker Hill

Dorchester Twp
T7N-R7W

8
Dorchester


T7N-R6W
Staunton Twp

22
Staunton

LOCATION OF POST OFFICES IN 1860 CENSUS OF MACOUPIN COUNTY
(Hoover's Point may be in the wrong location???gf)
(Added township and range numbers to the sketch.gf)


EXPLANATION OF HEADING AND COLUMNS

The format of the pages listing the residents of Macoupin County in 1860 follows the same general format as the original pages completed by the census enumerators. The first and last columns have been added and are explained in the following paragraphs. Four additional columns in the census are not shown because of the nature of the two of them. They are: (1) married within the past year, (2) attended school within the year, (3) persons over 20 years of age who cannot read and write, and (4) whether deaf and dumb, blind, insane, idiotic, a pauper, or a convict. Anyone interested in these columns may of course check the microfilm or contact this writer.

NO. - This column was added to indicate the head of each household, and the numbers are alpha-numeric order for the entire Macoupin County list. They are in the same order as the alphabetical listing of names. See also the explanation for the last column, with the heading, "LW."

There were 4,441 heads of families in the county, divided among the letters of the alphabet as follows: A-149; B-418; C-388; D-231; E-111; F-150; G-167; H-392; I-6; J-121; K-135; L-189; M-359; N-62; O-49; P-194; Q-12; R-259; S-491; T-137; U-11; V-49; W-320; X-0; Y-34; Z-7.

PAGE - Each page of each census enumerator's forms has a number, beginning with the number "1." Unfortunately, however, each enumerator began with the same number. I have therefore added an "A" for the first enumerator (C. A. Andrews), a "B" for the second enumerator (Randolph J. Haley), a "C" for the third enumerator (W. M. Snow), and a "D" for the fourth enumerator (J. B. Steidley). This should assist those who desire to review the microfilms of the original census sheets.

Each of the enumerators was required to swear before the county clerk as to the completeness and accuracy of his work, as in the following example: "I, C. A. Andrews, assistant marshall for that portion of Macoupin County aforesaid west of the Chicago, Alton, and St. Louis Railroad, do solemnly swear that the foregoing returns have been made by me in accordance with my oath as assistant marshall and the instructions furnished me, to the best of my skill, knowledge, and ability so help me God."

FAM. - As each enumerator went from household to household (dwelling house), he gave each one a number in the order in which he visited them. Some dwellings were empty, but he gave each dwelling a number anyway. Those numbers are not included here. He also gave each family a number in the order in which he visited it. That number is shown in this column, and it may be used to identify those persons living in the same household. In some cases, more than one family resided in a dwelling house. If they had different surnames, they are listed under their surname, but the same number is used for everyone in that household. In a few cases, hotels were listed as households, with the hotel owner or operator as the head of the household. See also the explanation for the column entitled "LW."

T. - Each township in the county had a number, and it was shown at the top of each of the census taker's pages. Those numbers are copied in this column.

R. - As in the case of the townships, the range numbers shown at the top of each of the enumerator's pages are shown in this column.
 

PO. - Also at the top of each page was the name of the post office for those listed on that page. They are listed alphabetically and then a number was assigned to each post office (as shown below) to save space on these pages. Where a "T" follows the number, it indicates that the person resided in the town itself (if the enumerator indicated that).

1. Barr's Store (also spelled "Bar's" Store) 
2. Brighton 
3. Bunker Hill 
4. Carlinville 
5. Chesterfield 
6. Clyde 
7. Cummington 
8. Dorchester 
9. Fayette 
10. Gillespie 
11. Girard 
12. Hoover's Point (also spelled "Hover's" Point) 
13. Miles Station 
14. Nilwood
15. Palmyra 
16. Piasa 
17. Plainview 
18. Rhodes Point 
19. Scottville (also spelled "Scottsville")
20. Shaw's Point
21. Shipman
22. Staunton
 
23. Stirrup Grove (also spelled "Styrrup" Grove) 
24. Vancil's Point 
25. Virden 
26. Woodburn 
27. Zanesville 
28. Post Office Not Shown


It is possible that a person or family may have resided in a certain township, but received his mail through a post office not in that township. Therefore, the listing of a given post office on these pages should not be interpreted as a certainty that a given person or family lived in the same township as that shown by the name of the post office.

NAME - The names of all residents of Macoupin County on 1 June 1860 are shown in alphabetical order. The surname is in capital letters, and the given names listed alphabetically below each surname. Where names are similar, "see also" notations are shown after the surname.

The spelling may not be exactly correct in all cases. The handwriting of the enumerators was difficult to read in many instances, and some names were spelled in several different ways. They are shown here as the enumerator's handwriting was interpreted. Especially difficult to read were the letters, "L" and "S," and "R" and "K." It was also difficult to distinguish between small letters, "a" and "o." "e" and "i," "ee" and "u," "r" and "s," "r" and "n", etc.

The most popular given names for females were Mary, Elizabeth, Sarah and Margaret. For males, the most popular names were William, John, James, George, Charles, Thomas, and Fredrick.

AGE - Each person's age is shown. If a child was less than one year old, the number of months (followed by the letter, "M") is shown.

S - The sex of each resident is shown.

C - The color of each resident is shown (W = white, B = black; M = mulatto). There were very few non-white residents listed.

OCC - The profession, occupation, or trade of each person, male and female, over 15 years of age is shown if he or she were engaged in a profession, occupation, or trade. The occupations are listed below in both numerical and alphabetical order. Numbers are used in the columns of the listings to save space. Number 23 (Gent) was most interesting to me. I assume that the men were "Gentlemen," but there was no indication of what that occupation was. Perhaps they were retired or wealthy, and not engaged in a particular profession, trade, or other occupation.


OCCUPATIONS (NUMERICAL ORDER)

1. Painter; House Painter 
2. Farmer; Farming 
3. Butcher 
4. Laborer; Labourer 
5. Carpenter; House Carpenter 
6. Merchant 
7. Clerk 
8. Farm Laborer; Farm Hand 
9. Mechanic 
10. Minister; Clergyman; Preacher 
11. Blacksmith 
12. Keeper of Poor House 
13. Mason; Master Mason 
14. Shoemaker; Bootmaker 
15. Lawyer; Attorney 
16. Miller; Grist Miller 
17. Teacher; School Teacher 
18. Brick Maker 
19. Gunsmith 
20. Harness Maker; Saddler 
21. Master Carpenter 
22. Physician; Doctor 
23. Gent 
24. Keeper of Hotel 
25. Machinist 
26. Wagon Maker 
27. Hatter 
28. Pattern Maker 
29. Constable 
30. Engineer; Engineer on Steamboat 
31. Stone Mason 
32. Millwright
33. Sawyer; Wood Sawyer 
34. Runs Steam Mill 
35. Postmaster; Deputy Postmaster 
36. Brick Layer 
37. Plasterer 
38. Cooper 
39. Nursery 
40. Tinner; Tin Smith 
41. Milliner 
42. Justice of the Peace 
43. Railroad Agent 
44. Druggist 
45. Land Agent 
46. Lumber Merchant 
47. Carriage Maker; Coach Maker 
48. Manufacturer of Lightning Rods 
49. Tailor; Tailoress 
50. Cabinet Maker 
51. Sewing 
52. Grocer 
53. Barber 
54. Brick Mason 
55. Watch Maker 
56. Livery Stable 
57. Wheelwright 
58. Selling Liquor; Whiskey Shop
59. Clock Repairing 
60. Washing and Ironing 
61. Teamster; Teaming 
62. Miner; Mining 
63. Banking 
64. Broom Maker
65. Widow 
66. Fireman 
67. Music Teacher 
68. Express Agent 
69. Printer 
70. Sailor 
71. Surveyor 
72. Boarding House 
73. Seamstress 
74. Stone Cutter 
75. Dentist 
76. Baker 
77. Railroad Hand 
78. Bartender 
79. Tavern Keeper; Saloon Keeper 
80. Jeweler 
81. Silversmith 
82. Artist 
83. Sheriff; Deputy Sheriff 
84. Street Inspector 
85. Whitewasher 
86. Confectioner 
87. Editor 
88. Drover 
89. Gardener 
90. Railroad Boss 
91. Mill Hand 
92. Produce Dealer 
93. Wood Chopper 
94. Collector 
95. Hunter 
96. Tabacconist 
97. Speculator 
98. Auctioneer 
99. Peddler 
100. Carriage Trimmer 
101. Agent 
102. Steamboat Captain 
103. Basket Maker 
104. Molder (Moulder) 
105. Coal Digger 
106. Wood Corder 
107. Landlord 
108. Rock Dresser 
109. Student 
110. Domestic 
111. Founderer 
112. Weaver 
113. Tanner 
114. Housekeeper; House worker 
115. Mantuamaker 
116. Tradesman 
117. Servant 
118. Dress Maker 
119. Insurance Agent 
120. Boarder 
121. Cook 
122. Bookkeeper 
123. Notary Public 
124. Mail Carrier 
125. Lightning Rod Seller 
126. Horse Farmer 
127. Hostler 
128. Bridge Builder 
129. Furniture Store


OCCUPATIONS (ALPHABETICAL ORDER)

101. Agent 
68. Agent, Express 
119. Agent, Insurance 
45. Agent, Land 
43. Agent, Railroad 
82. Artist 
15. Attorney 
98. Auctioneer 
76. Baker 
63. Banking 
53. Barber 
78. Bartender 
103. Basket Maker 
11. Blacksmith 
120. Boarder 
72. Boarding House 
122. Bookkeeper 
14. Bootmaker 
90. Boss, Railroad 
36. Brick Layer 
18. Brick Maker 
54. Brick Mason 
128. Bridge Builder 
64. Broom maker 
3. Butcher 
50. Cabinet Maker 
102. Captain, Steamboat 
5. Carpenter 
21. Carpenter, Master 
47. Carriage Maker 
100. Carriage Trimmer 
93. Chopper, Wood 
10. Clergyman 
7. Clerk 
59. Clock Repairing 
47. Coach Maker 
105. Coal Digger 
94. Collector 
86. Confectioner 
29. Constable 
121. Cook 
38. Cooper 
106. Corder, Wood 
74. Cutter, Stone 
92. Dealer, Produce 
75. Dentist 
35. Deputy Postmaster 
83. Deputy Sheriff 
105. Digger, Coal 
22. Doctor 
110. Domestic 
118. Dress Maker 
108. Dresser, Rock 
88. Drover 
44. Druggist 
87. Editor 
30. Engineer 
68. Express Agent 
8. Farm Hand 
8. Farm Laborer 
2. Farmer 
66. Fireman 
111. Founderer 
129. Furniture Store 
89. Gardener 
23. Gent 
16. Grist Mil 
52. Grocer 
19. Gunsmith 
8. Hand, Farm 
91. Hand, Mill 
77. Hand, Railroad 
20. Harness Maker 
27. Hatter 
126. Horse Farmer 
127. Hostler 
24. Hotel Keeper 
5. House Carpenter 
1. House Painter 
114. House Work 
114. Housekeeper 
95. Hunter 
84. Inspector, Street 
119. Insurance Agent 
60. Ironing 
80. Jeweler 
42. Justice of the Peace 
24. Keeper of Hotel 
12. Keeper of Poor House 
4. Laborer; Labourer 
8. Laborer, Farm 
45. Land Agent
107. Landlord 
15. Lawyer 
48. Lightning Rod Manufacturer 
125. Lightning Rod Seller 
58. Liquor Selling 
56. Livery Stable 
46. Lumber Merchant 
25. Machinist 
124. Mail Carrier 
115. Mantuamaker 
48. Maker of Lightning Rods 
13. Mason 
54. Mason, Brick 
13. Mason, Master 
31. Mason, Stone 
21. Master Carpenter 
13. Master Mason 
31. Mason, Stone 
9. Mechanic 
6. Merchant 
46. Merchant, Lumber 
91. Mill Hand 
34. Mill Runner, Steam 
16. Miller 
41. Milliner 
32. Millwright 
62. Miner, Mining 
10. Minister 
104. Molder; Moulder 
67. Music Teacher 
123. Notary Public 
39. Nursery 
1. Painter 
28. Pattern Maker 
99. Peddler 
22. Physician 
37. Plasterer 
12. Poor House Keeper 
35. Postmaster 
10. Preacher 
69. Printer 
92. Produce Dealer 
43. Railroad Agent 
90. Railroad Boss 
77. Railroad Hand 
108. Rock Dresser
34. Runs Steam Mill 
20. Saddler 
70. Sailor 
79. Saloon Keeper 
33. Sawyer 
17. School Teacher 
73. Seamstress 
58. Selling Liquor 
117. Servant 
51. Sewing 
83. Sheriff 
14. Shoemaker 
81. Silversmith 
97. Speculator 
56. Stable, Livery 
34. Steam Mill Runner 
102. Steamboat Captain 
30. Steamboat Engineer 
74. Stone Cutter 
31. Stone Mason 
129. Store, Furniture 
84. Street Inspector 
109. Student 
71. Surveyor 
49. Tailor, Tailoress 
113. Tanner 
79. Tavern Keeper 
17. Teacher 
67. Teacher, Music 
61. Teamster 
40. Tin Smith 
40. Tinner 
96. Tobacconist 
116. Tradesman 
100. Trimmer, Carriage 
26. Wagon Maker 
60. Washing 
55. Watch Maker 
112. Weaver 
57. Wheelwright 
58. Whiskey Shop 
85. Whitewasher 
65. Widow 
93. Wood Chopper 
106. Wood Corder 
33. Wood Sawyer

 
 

RE - The value of real estate owned is shown here.

PP - The value of the personal estate is shown here.

B - The state or the country in which each person was born is shown in this column. Countries are identified by a number, and states are identified by the abbreviation of the state's name.


PLACES OF BIRTH (OTHER THAN USA) (NUMERICAL ORDER)

1. England 
2. Ireland 
3. Brunswick (Germany) 
4. Scotland 
5. Prussia (Germany) 
6. Hanover (Germany) 
7. Baden (Germany) 
8. Hesse (Germany) 
9. Wurttembert (Germany) 
10. Germany 
11. Frankfort (Germany)
12. Australia 
13. Denmark 
14. Bavaria (Germany) 
15. Canada 
16. Darmstadt (Germany) 
17. France 
18. Norway 
19. Bohemia 
20. Switzerland 
21. Sweden 
22. Wales
23. Nassau (Germany) 
24. Belgium 
25. Saxony (Germany) 
26. Friesland 
27. Holstein (Germany) 
28. Mecklenburg (Germany) 
29. Island (probably Iceland) 
30. Holemburg (Germany) 
31. Poland 
32. Bremen (Germany) 
33. Bayonne (France)
34. Hamburg (Germany) 
35. Isle of Man 
36. High Seas; Atlantic Ocean 
37. Luxemburg 
38. Austria 
39. Brienne (France) 
40. Nova Scotia 
41. Mexico 
42. Italy 
43. Holland 
44. Cuba

PLACES OF BIRTH (ALPHABETICAL ORDER)

Alabama (AL) 
Arkansas (AR) 
At Sea (36) 
Atlantic Ocean (36) 
Australia (12) 
Austria (38) 
Baden (7) 
Bavaria (14) 
Bayonne (33) 
Belgium (24) 
Bohemia (19) 
Bremen (32) 
Brienne (39) 
Brunswick (3) 
California (CA) 
Canada (15) 
Choctaw Nation (CH) 
Connecticut (CT) 
Cuba (44) 
Darmstadt (16) 
Delaware (DE) 
Denmark (13) 
District of Columbia (DC) 
England (1) 
Florida (FL) 
France (17) 
Frankfort (11) 
Friesland (26) 
Georgia (GA) 
Germany (10) 
Hamburg (34) 
Hanover (6) 
Hesse (8) 
High Seas (36) 
Holdemburg (30) 
Holland (43) 
Holstein (27) 
Illinois (IL) 
Indiana (IN) 
Iowa (IA) 
Island (29) 
Isle of Man (35)
Italy (42) 
Kansas (KS) 
Kentucky (KY) 
Louisiana (LA) 
Luxemburg (37) 
Maine (ME) 
Maryland (MD) 
Massachusetts (MA) 
Mecklenburg (28) 
Mexico (41) 
Michigan (MI) 
Minnesota (MN) 
Mississippi (MS) 
Missouri (MO) 
Nassau (23) 
Nebraska (NE) 
New Hampshire (NH) 
New Jersey (NJ) 
New York (NY) 
North Carolina (NC) 
Norway (18)
Nova Scotia (40) 
Ohio (OH) 
Pennsylvania (PA) 
Poland (31) 
Prussia (5) 
Rhode Island (RI) 
Saxony (25) 
Scotland (4) 
Sea, At (36) 
South Carolina (SC) 
Sweden (21) 
Switzerland (20) 
Tennessee (TN) 
Texas (TX) 
Unknown (x) 
Utah Territory (UT) 
Vermont (VT) 
Virginia (VA) 
Wales (22) 
Wisconsin (WI) 
Wurttemberg (9)




LW (Listed With) - This column was added to show the number of the head of the household with which each person is listed. If the surname of the person is different from that of the head of the household, the number in this column shows the number of the head of the household with whom the person did reside. For example, if John Smith lived in the John Brown household, the number of John Brown's household is shown here. By turning to that number, the reader can see with whom John Smith was living when the census was taken. The same is true for all persons, whether having the same surname of a different one. All persons having the same "LW" number were Living in the same household, and the persons having a number in the "NO." column were the heads of the households. In a few cases, the owner or operator of a hotel was listed as the head of the household.


If the user of this publication desires to know the names of neighbors of a given person or family, he may refer to the column entitled, "FAM." And look for numbers just lower and just higher than the number of the person known.





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