1840 Brookville Twp. Census

The names were taken in the exact order as they appeared on the 1840 census so that neighbors, who often migrated to new areas together, can be easily seen.  The written page number refers to the handwritten page appearing on the original census while the printed number is the one stamped on the page. 

Submitted By: Jean Ann Childers

From Written page 204 Printed page 108
Throop, Charles
Hotchkiss, George
Utley, William
Throop, Hiram
Douglass, Abigail
Beach, Rodney
Russell, John
Havens, Sheldon
Russell, Wayne
Ducott, John
Ducott, Adams
McNaughton, Alexander
Wells, Lewis
Crawford, John H.

From Written page 206 Printed page 109

Depew, Michael
Hewey, James
Ford, Erasmus D.
Todd, Edwin
Goodfellow, Smiley
Dean, Luke
Crawford, Archibald
Goodfellow, Barbarba
Havens, Charles
Burroughs, Truman
Burdick, Ichabod H.
Straight, Luther
Burdick, John
Lewis, Asa
Caswell, Lorenzo
Caswell, Charles
Noble, Joseph
Brown, Thomas W.
Goodner, Willard
Farnham, Avery
Farnham, Erastus
Smith, James
Beam, Peter
Kriger, Michael
Tilletson, Damery
Johnson, Herman
Kelligan, John
Tillotson, Samuel
Salisbury, Elijah G.
Smith, Joel
Snow, Henry

From Written page 208 Printed page 110

Burdick, John
Havens, Numan
Reed, Thomas
Critchfield, James
Tillitson, Martin
Carpenter, Mordecai
Terry, Joseph

Located in Brookville Village

Griffin, Daniel B.
Tilletson, Jeremiah
Gains, Richard A.
Knott, Thomas
Knott, Adams
Starkweather, Israel
Gilbert, Fruman P.
Sabin, Josiah
Rounds, Lewis
Coffin, Mathew

End of Brookville Village                            
Dean, David
Bowar, Frederick
Walters, Adam
Lemmon, John
Noble, Sylvester
Roup, Jacob
McClue, John
Beall, Enos
Rowe, Conrod
Vanhorn, Cornelus
McMahan, John
Southwick, Rawson

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