Topic: 1810 Census

Athens County, Ohio 1810 Tax List

Albert, William Alderman, Elijah Alderman, Elisha Alderman, Elisha, Jr. Ames, Silvanus Bailey, John Ballenger, Henry Barrows, Ebenezer Barrows, Ebenezer, Jr. Barrows, George Barrows, Henry Barrows, William Beaumont, Samuel Beebe, Hopson Bils, Maritn Boils, Jacob Branch, Samuel Brown, Benjamin Brown, William Buckingham, Ebenezer Buffington, William Burkingham, Stephen Burrill, Solomon Burroughs, Josiah Cartright, Caleb Case, David Case, Eliphalet Chadwicke, Levi Clark, Obadiah Coleman, Samuel Coleman, Thomas Connett, Abner Cooley, Caleb Cooley, Jabez Cooley, Simeon Cowdery, Jacob Cowdery, Joel Crippen, Amos Crippen, James Crow, Peter Culver, Ebenezer Cuthrie, Joseph Dailey, David Dailey, Silas Dains, Jeptha Danielson, Luther Davis, Benjamin Davis, J. Reuben Davis, Nehemiah Davis, Nehemiah II Dean, Silas Dickey, Thomas Dorrough, Archibald Doute, Daivd Doute, Thomas Dutton, Kingsman Eutsler, George Ewing, George, Jr. Free, Abraham Frost, Abner Frost, Benjamin Frost, Eland Frost, Joseph Fuller, Joseph Fuller, Seth Fulton, Robert Gavner, John Glazier, Abel Green, Ezra Griffin, Zebulum Guile, Benjamin Halsey, Edward Halsey, Jacob Halsey, Jesse Hamilton, M. Thomas Hanson, Azel Hanson, Henry Hanson, John Hanson, Joseph Harrold, Christopher Hatch, Elijah Hecox, Trueman Hecox, William Hewitt, Moses Hilt, Abigail Hoit, Ezra Hopson, Elizabeth Humphrey, Jacob Hurlbut, Reuben Kimes, Jacob Latimore, Elisha Lewis, Daniel Linscott, Amos Linscott, Isaac Linscott, Joseph Linscott, Noah Lottridge, B. Bernadus Mansfield, Martin Mc Cune, John Mc Cune, Samuel Mc Gonagal, James Mc Kee, Allen Miller, Abel Miller, John Munroe, Solomon Munsee, Daniel Ogden, Alvan Oliver, John Palmer, Robert...

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1810 Census Guide – Questions & Information

The third census, taken by the terms of an act of March 26, 1810, stipulated that the census was to be “an actual inquiry at every dwelling house, or of the head of every family within each district, and not otherwise” and commenced on the first Monday of August. The results of the 1810 census were published in a 180 page volume. Data for the population were presented by counties and towns in the northern sections of the country (except New York, which was by counties only), and in Ohio, Kentucky, and Georgia. The returns for the southern states were limited to counties. Territories were generally returned by counties and townships. No additional details concerning the population were collected by the census; however, an act of May 1, 1810, required marshals, secretaries, and assistants to take (under the Secretary of the Treasury), “an account of the several manufacturing establishments and manufactures within their several districts, territories, and divisions.” The marshals collected and transmitted these data to the Secretary of the Treasury at the same time as the results of the population enumeration were transmitted to the Secretary of State. No schedule was prescribed for the collection of industrial data and the nature of the inquiries were at the discretion of the Secretary of the Treasury. An act of May 16, 1812, provided for the publication of a digest of...

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