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1850 Census of Monroe County, GA p.130
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Abstracted by Mary Kathryn Kozy/Jan Crews, ©2003 from the National Archives and Records Administration Federal Population Schedules for the 7th Census of the United States in 1850.

Submitted by Mary Kathryn Kozy/Jan Crews, 17 Feb 2003. Both above notices must remain when copied or downloaded.
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This is the 1850 federal census for Monroe County, GA.

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:  GA  COUNTY:  Monroe  DIVISION:  No. 60  REEL NO:  M432-78  PAGE NO:  130
REFERENCE:  25th Day of November, 1850, John A. Alexander, Ass't Marshal
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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   968  968 Whitehead      Francis        10   F                                  G.A.
                   REMARKS:  Page 130 on microfilm
 2   968  968 Whitehead      Lucinda        8    F                                  G.A.
 3   969  969 Morris         John           67   M         Farmer         7,000     S.C.
 4   969  969 Morris         Sarah          60   F                                  G.A.
 5   969  969 Morris         James T.       22   M                                  G.A.
 6   969  969 Morris         Monroe         17   M         Student                  G.A.
 7   969  969 Morris         Catherine      19   F                                  G.A.
 8   969  969 Nutt           Elizabeth      30   F                                  G.A.
 9   969  969 Nutt           John M.        9    M                                  G.A.
 10  969  969 Nutt           William        5    M                                  G.A.
 11  969  969 Nutt           Eliza          7    F                                  G.A.
 12  970  970 Prewett        Solomon        70   M         Farmer         250       G.A.
 13  970  970 Prewett        Susan          25   F                                  G.A.
 14  970  970 Prewett        Masiray        17   F                                  G.A.
 15  970  970 Prewett        Juspea         22   M         Farmer                   G.A.
 16  970  970 Prewett        So9lomon       20   M         Farmer                   G.A.
 17  970  970 Dunn           Sarah          8    F                                  G.A.                    X
 18  971  971 Willis         George A.      34   M         Farmer         4,200     G.A.
 19  971  971 Willis         Susan W.       32   F                                  G.A.
 20  971  971 Willis         William G.     15   M         Student                  G.A.
 21  971  971 Willis         Martha M.      7    F                                  G.A.
 22  971  971 Willis         Matilda L.     5    F                                  G.A.                    X
                   REMARKS:  Number "3" entered in Att School column
 23  971  971 Willis         Owen J.        6    M                                  G.A.
 24  971  971 Willis         L. V.          2    F                                  G.A.
 25  971  971 Willis         John F.        8/12 M                                  G.A.
 26  972  972 Davis          James          36   M         Mechanic                 G.A.
 27  972  972 Davis          Matilda        32   F                                  G.A.
 28  972  972 Davis          Benjamin       10   M                                  G.A.
 29  972  972 Davis          Martha         8    F                                  G.A.                    X
                   REMARKS:  Number "2" entered in Att School column
 30  972  972 Davis          Samuel         6    M                                  G.A.
 31  972  972 Davis          Mary           4    F                                  G.A.
 32  972  972 Davis          James          1    M                                  G.A.
 33  973  973 Goggans        Madison        31   M         Farmer         2,000     G.A.
 34  973  973 Goggans        Biddy          20   F                                  G.A.
 35  973  973 Goggans        Lucy A.        6    F                                  G.A.
 36  973  973 Goggans        Sarah E.       3    F                                  G.A.
 37  973  973 Goggans        Nathan J.      2    M                                  G.A.
 38  973  973 Goggans        John S.        2/12 M                                  G.A.
 39  974  974 Stump          Henry J.       38   M         Mechanic       1,400     Germany
 40  974  974 Stump          Elizabeth      26   F                                  Mississippi
 41  974  974 Watson         William        3    M                                  G.A.
 42  974  974 Stump          Lollie         1/12 F                                  G.A.


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