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1850 Census of Lake County, IN p.147A

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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: Ross Township REEL NO: 157 PAGE NO: 147A
REFERENCE: 24 Sep 1850; B. McCarty Ass't Marshal; MF#293
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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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1 123 123 SAXTON E. 53 M Farmer 3,000 Vermont
2 123 123 SAXTON Maneva 52 F Vermont
3 123 123 SAXTON Henry 29 M Farmer Vermont X
4 123 123 SAXTON Noble 21 M Farmer 1,000 Vermont X
5 123 123 SAXTON Betsey 16 F Canada X
6 123 123 SAXTON Manervy 14 F Canada X
7 123 123 SAXTON Laura 11 F Indiana X
8 123 123 SHOAT John 12 M Pennsylvania
9 124 124 MERRILL William 42 M Blacksmith 1,500 Vermont
10 124 124 MERRILL Caroline 29 F Pennsylvania
11 124 124 MERRILL George 16 M Farmer New York X
12 124 124 MERRILL Mary E. 7 M Indiana X
13 124 124 MERRILL John 4 M Indiana X
14 124 124 MERRILL Oliver L. 1 M Indiana
15 124 124 OLMSTED John 20 M Farmer New York
16 124 124 NICHOLS Axtel B. 25 M Black Smith Unknown
17 125 125 MERRILL Oliver 67 M Farmer 400 New Hampshire
18 125 125 MERRILL Elisabeth 58 F Vermont
19 125 125 MERRILL Lewis 20 M Farmer New York
20 125 125 OLMSTED Orilla 11 F Pennsylvania X
21 126 126 HALE D. H. 25 M Merchant 30 Maine
22 126 126 HALE Caroline B. 19 F New York
23 126 126 ROBBINS J. H. 22 M Merchant Maine
24 127 127 MERRILL Dudley 35 M Farmer 1,500 Vermont
25 127 127 MERRILL Julia Ann 31 F Pennsylvania
26 127 127 MERRILL Oliver 9 M Indiana X
27 127 127 MERRILL John 7 M Indiana X
28 127 127 MERRILL Eliza Jane 5 F Indiana X
29 127 127 MERRILL James 3 M Indiana X
30 127 127 MERRILL Charles 2⁄12 M Indiana
31 128 128 MERRILL John F. 28 M None 1,000 New York
32 128 128 MERRILL Almira 17 F Ohio
33 129 129 BOND David Y. 39 M Grocer 400 New Hampshire
34 129 129 BOND Hannah 40 F Canada
35 129 129 BOND George 15 M Farmer Indiana X
36 129 129 BOND John 11 M Indiana X
37 129 129 BOND Henrietta 9 F Indiana X
38 129 129 BATES Bennet 13 M Pennsylvania X
39 130 130 CONLEY P. W. 41 M Boot Maker 100 New York
40 130 130 CONLEY Emeline 37 F Pennsylvania
41 130 130 CONLEY Samantha 8 F Pennsylvania X
42 130 130 CONLEY Silas W. 4 M Indiana