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1850 Census of Lake County, IN p.134A

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Abstracted by
Beverly Telfer, 1999 from the National Archives and Records Administration Federal Population Schedules for the 7th Census of the United States in 1850.

Submitted by Beverly Telfer, July,1998. Both above notices must remain when copied or downloaded.
BeverlyJo@aol.com

This is the 1850 federal census for Lake County, IN.


LN = Line Number Family appeared on
HN = Dwelling houses numbered in the order of visitation
FN = Families numbered in the order of visitation
LAST NAME, FIRST NAME = The Name of every Person whose usual place of abode on the 1st day of June, 1850, was in this family
RACE = Color (white, black or mulatto)
OCCUP. = Profession, Occupation, or Trade of each Male over 15 years of age
VAL. = Value of Real Estate owned
BIRTHPLACE = Place of Birth, Naming the State, Territory, or Country
MRD. = Married within the year
SCH. = Attended School within the year
R⁄W = Persons over 21 yrs of age who cannot read & write
DDB = Whether deaf & dumb, blind, insane, idiotic, pauper, or convict.

CENSUS YR: 1850 STATE or TERRITORY: IN COUNTY: Lake DIVISION: Eagle Creek Township REEL NO: 157 PAGE NO: 134A
REFERENCE: 4 Sep 1850; B. McCarty Ass't Marshal; MF#267
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LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX RACE OCCUP. VAL. BIRTHPLACE MRD. SCH. R⁄W DDB
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1 23 23 BROWN Charles C. 7 M Indiana
2 24 24 SERGEANT Elias 25 M Farmer 1,500 Ohio
3 24 24 SERGEANT Sampson 23 M Farmer Ohio
4 24 24 SERGEANT Timothy 22 M Farmer Ohio
5 24 24 SQUIRE Timothy 63 M Farmer New Jersey
6 24 24 SQUIRE Rebecca 52 F New Jersey
7 25 25 HENDERSON Samuel 70 M Farmer 1,500 Virginia
8 25 25 HENDERSON Nancy 50 F Pennsylvania
9 25 25 HENDERSON Samuel C. 28 M Farmer Ohio
10 25 25 HENDERSON Alexander 27 M Farmer Ohio
11 25 25 HENDERSON Mary E. 21 F Ohio X
12 25 25 HENDERSON Jonathan 19 M Farmer Ohio X
13 25 25 HENDERSON William 17 M Farmer Ohio X
14 25 25 HENDERSON Elisabeth J. 11 F Indiana X
15 25 25 HENDERSON Moses 9 M Indiana X
16 26 26 GREEN Benjamin 44 M Farmer 1,000 New York
17 26 26 GREEN Hipsy Ann 37 F Pennsylvania X
18 26 26 GREEN Hannah 19 F Ohio
19 26 26 GREEN Rufus 17 M Farmer Ohio X
20 26 26 GREEN Cynthia 15 F Ohio X
21 26 26 GREEN Maria 9 F Ohio X
22 26 26 GREEN Uriah 6 M Ohio X
23 26 26 GREEN Amy 4 F Ohio X
24 26 26 GREEN Lydia 2 F Indiana
25 27 27 MEEKER Hannah 36 F New York
26 27 27 MEEKER Ann Eliza 19 F New York X
27 27 27 MEEKER Mary J. 13 F Pennsylvania X
28 27 27 MEEKER Moses C. 17 M Farmer Pennsylvania X
29 27 27 MEEKER Robert 6 M Ohio X
30 27 27 MEEKER Joseph 4 M Ohio X
31 27 27 McCORD Alanson D. 38 M Farmer 1,800 New York
32 28 28 PRATT Norman 32 M Carpenter Pennsylvania
33 28 28 PRATT Sarah 28 F Ohio
34 28 28 PRATT Henry 7 M Ohio X
35 28 28 PRATT Putnam 5 M Ohio X
36 28 28 PRATT Lucinda 3 F Ohio
37 28 28 PRATT Ethelinda 1 F Ohio
38 29 29 COLVIN Jacob 41 M Farmer 500 Ohio
39 29 29 COLVIN Hannah 41 F New York X
40 29 29 COLVIN Jacob 17 M Farmer Ohio X
41 29 29 COLVIN Loretta 14 F Ohio X
42 29 29 COLVIN Samuel 9 M Ohio X