1850 Census of Putnam County, IL p. 365a


NOTE: This transcription is meant to be a guide only. It is the transcribers interpretation and subject to human error. Always refer to the original document (or microfilm) for your own interpretation.

Abstracted by Nancy J. Piper, ©2004 from the National Archives and Records Administration Federal Population Schedules for the 7th Census of the United States in 1850.

This is the 1850 federal census for Putnam County, IL.

HN = Dwelling houses numbered in the order of visitation
FN = Families numbered in the order of visitation
NAME = The Name of every Person whose usual place of abode on the 1st day of June, 1850, was in this family
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

CENSUS YR:  1850  STATE or TERRITORY:  IL  COUNTY:  Putnam  - Town of Hennepin
REEL NO: 125 PAGE NO: 365a REFERENCE: November 25, 1850 Transcribed by Thomas J. Henderson =========================================================================================== HN FN NAME............ AGE SEX OCCUP. VAL. BIRTHPLACE ===========================================================================================
1143/1189 ....	Alfred Mead 45 M Mason New York
.............	Mary Mead 45 F Connecticut
.............	George Mead 18 M Mason New York
.............	Sarah Mead 14 F New York

1143/1190 ....	William Broadbent 27 M Laborer England
.............	Benjamin Broadbent 6 M England
.............	Wilson Broadbent 4 M England
.............	Martha Booth 24 F England
.............	Eliza Booth 1 F England

1144/1191 ....	Hugh N. Schooler 38 M Teamster 1200 Ohio
.............	Susannah Schooler 18 F Virginia
.............	Mary J. Schooler 9 F Illinois
.............	Albert Schooler 7 M Illinois
.............	Lelia Schooler 4/12 F Illinois
.............	Charles Blanchard 21 M School Teacher Vermont

1145/1192 ....	George Mowbray 34 M Carpenter 600 England
.............	Rosanna Mowbray 31 F Ireland
.............	Matilda Mowbray 7 F Illinois
.............	George W. Mowbray 3 M Illinois
.............	Martha Ann Mowbray 2 F Illinois

1146/1193 ....	Benjamin F. Morris  31 M Carpenter Ohio
.............	Martha Morris 22 F Indiana
.............	Clarence Morris 1 M Illinois
.............	Walton Hill 21 M Farmer Vermont

1147/1194 ....	Michael P. Kennedy 17 M Laborer 150 Ireland
.............	Margaret Kennedy 23 F Ireland
.............	Catharine Kennedy 5 F Illinois
.............	Ellen J. Kennedy 2 F Illinois
.............	John J. Pursel 37 M Shoe Maker Ireland

1148/1195 ....	Parmenus F. Barlow 39 M Teamster 300 Vermont
.............	Fanny M. Barlow 33 F New York
.............	Alma Barlow 9 F New York
.............	William W. Barlow 4 M Illinois
.............	Eunice Barlow 69 F Connecticut

1149/1196 ....	James M. Barber 39 M Physician 870 North Carolina
.............	Elvira Barber 33 F Kentucky
.............	John T. Barber 9 M Illinois

1150/1196 ....	Aaron Barlow 52 M Farmer Vermont
.............	Lydia Barlow 52 F Vermont
.............	Virginia H. Simpson 5 F Illinois
.............	Angenette Simpson 4 F Illinois

1850 Census of Putnam County, IL p. 365b


NOTE: This transcription is meant to be a guide only. It is the transcribers interpretation and subject to human error. Always refer to the original document (or microfilm) for your own interpretation.

Abstracted by Nancy J. Piper, ©2004 from the National Archives and Records Administration Federal Population Schedules for the 7th Census of the United States in 1850.

This is the 1850 federal census for Putnam County, IL.

HN = Dwelling houses numbered in the order of visitation
FN = Families numbered in the order of visitation
NAME = The Name of every Person whose usual place of abode on the 1st day of June, 1850, was in this family
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

CENSUS YR:  1850  STATE or TERRITORY:  IL  COUNTY:  Putnam  - Town of Hennepin
REEL NO: 125 PAGE NO: 365b REFERENCE: November 26, 1850 Transcribed by Thomas J. Henderson =========================================================================================== HN FN NAME............ AGE SEX OCCUP. VAL. BIRTHPLACE ===========================================================================================
1151/1198 ....	John C. Pinckard  29 M Methodist Clergyman 300 Illinois
.............	Margaret C. Pinckard 28 F Pennsylvania
.............	Ellen F. Pinckard 5 F Illinois
.............	Cornelia E. Pinckard 3 F Illinois
.............	Margaret E. Pinckard 1 F Illinois

1152/1199 ....	Samuel A. Dixon 28 M Cabinet Maker Illinois
.............	Acenath B. Dixon 25 F Illinois
.............	Thomas P. Dixon 9 M Illinois
.............	Charles A. Dixon 6 M Illinois
.............	George A. Dixon 3/12 Illinois

1153/1200 ....	Sidney Pulsifer 33 M Merchant 2600 Vermont
.............	Althia Pulsifer 24 F Vermont
.............	Edwin Pulsifer 2 M Illinois
.............	Diadamia Pulsifer 1 F Illinois
.............	George C. Gray 10 M Ohio
.............	Peter Singeroth 20 M Farmer Ohio
.............	Hannah Prince 18 F England

1154/1201 ....	Justin G. Bascom 45 M Merchant New York
.............	Nancy Bascom 17 F  Vermont
.............	Charles Bascom 6/12 M Illinosi

1155/1202 ....	William H. Brown 45 M Harness Maker 1200 Pennsylvania
.............	Charlotte Brown 50 F New Jersey
.............	Ruth Ireland 33 F New Jersey
.............	William Forney 16 M Harness Maker Pennsylvania

1156/1203 ....	John P. Noyes Jr. 23 M Farmer Maryland
.............	Rachel Noyes 23 F Ohio

1157/1204 ....	Henry Casson 43 M Tailor England
.............	Mary Casson 44 F England
.............	John Casson 17 M Clerk New York
.............	Elisabeth Casson 15 F Pennsylvania
.............	William Casson 11 M Pennsylvania
.............	Henry Casson 6 M Pennsylvania
.............	Mary A. Casson 4 F Pennsylvania

1158/1205 ....	Squire Zenor 31 M Blacksmith 800 Kentucky
.............	Martha J. Zenor 21 F Illinois
.............	Sarah J. Zenor 8 F Illinois
.............	Cynthia A. Zenor 7 F Illinois
.............	William T. Zenor 3 M Illinois
.............	Sarah Seaton 22 F Kentucky
.............	Franklin Sunderland 20 M Blacksmith  New York
.............	James Scribner 34 M Blacksmith Vermont
.............	William Willis 19 M Turner Illinois

1850 Census of Putnam County, IL p. 366a


NOTE: This transcription is meant to be a guide only. It is the transcribers interpretation and subject to human error. Always refer to the original document (or microfilm) for your own interpretation.

Abstracted by Nancy J. Piper, ©2004 from the National Archives and Records Administration Federal Population Schedules for the 7th Census of the United States in 1850.

This is the 1850 federal census for Putnam County, IL.

HN = Dwelling houses numbered in the order of visitation
FN = Families numbered in the order of visitation
NAME = The Name of every Person whose usual place of abode on the 1st day of June, 1850, was in this family
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

CENSUS YR:  1850  STATE or TERRITORY:  IL  COUNTY:  Putnam  - Town of Hennepin
REEL NO: 125 PAGE NO: 366a REFERENCE: November 26, 1850 Transcribed by Thomas J. Henderson =========================================================================================== HN FN NAME............ AGE SEX OCCUP. VAL. BIRTHPLACE ===========================================================================================
1159/1206 ....	William Read 43 M Painter 300 Maine
.............	Mary A. Read 37 F Maine
.............	George C. Read 11 M Maine
.............	Mary M. Read 1 F Illinois

1160/1207 ....	Pamelia Hamilton 59 F 350 Connecticut
.............	William V. Hamilton 51 M School Teacher New York

1161/1208 ....	Alfred Monroe 33 M Baker 300 New York
.............	Margaret J. Monroe 31 F New York
.............	Marietta Monroe 7 F New York
.............	Anna Monroe 4 F Illinois
.............	James Monroe 10/12 M Illinois

1162/1209 ....	Frederick Fiaselman 27 M Laborer 300 Germany
.............	Catharine Fiaselman 17 F Germany
.............	Catharine Fiaselman 1 F Illinois
.............	Henry Fisher 10 M Laborer Germany

1163/1210 ....	Luke S. Kimball 25 M Lawyer New York
.............	Nancy S. Kimball 19 F Lower Canada
.............	Edward D. Kimball 1 M Illinois
.............	Julia M. Roberts 12 F New York
.............	Ruth Kimball 62 F Vermont

1164/1211 ....	Henry C. Pierce 17 M Farmer New York
.............	Mary Pierce 19 F New York
.............	James W. Pierce 1 M Illinois

1165/1212 ....	Madison Durley 32 M Clerk Kentucky
.............	Rosanna Durley 31 F Maryland
.............	Angeline Durley 7 F Illinois
.............	Emily Durley 5 F Illinois
.............	Eleanor Hormel 16 F Ohio
.............	Benjamin Reader 18 M Tailor 350 Pennsylvania

1166/1213 ....	John G. Lauer 54 M Shoe Maker 1000 Germany
.............	Elisabeth Lauer 56 F Germany
.............	Rosetta Lauer 16 F Germany

1167/1214 ....	Charles Schoffer 25 M Merchant Germany
.............	Louisa Schoffer 20 F Germany
.............	Christopher Schoffer 18 M Merchant Germany

1168/1215 ....	John P. Hayes 17 M Carpenter 700 New Hampshire
.............	Betsey C. Hayes 36 F Massachusetts
.............	Jonathan B. Hayes 17 M Carpenter Indiana

1169/1216 ....	William B. Wilkinson 50 M Wheel Wright Rhode Island
.............	Mehetabel Wilkinson 50 F Rhode Island
.............	Ruth Ann Wilkinson 22 F Rhode Island
.............	Harriet Wilkinson 19 F Rhode Island

1850 Census of Putnam County, IL p. 366b


NOTE: This transcription is meant to be a guide only. It is the transcribers interpretation and subject to human error. Always refer to the original document (or microfilm) for your own interpretation.

Abstracted by Nancy J. Piper, ©2004 from the National Archives and Records Administration Federal Population Schedules for the 7th Census of the United States in 1850.

This is the 1850 federal census for Putnam County, IL.

HN = Dwelling houses numbered in the order of visitation
FN = Families numbered in the order of visitation
NAME = The Name of every Person whose usual place of abode on the 1st day of June, 1850, was in this family
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

CENSUS YR:  1850  STATE or TERRITORY:  IL  COUNTY:  Putnam  - Town of Hennepin
REEL NO: 125 PAGE NO: 366b REFERENCE: November 25, 1850 Transcribed by Thomas J. Henderson =========================================================================================== HN FN NAME............ AGE SEX OCCUP. VAL. BIRTHPLACE ===========================================================================================
1169/1216 ....	Maria Wilkinson 16 F Rhode Island
.............	Leprilette M. Wilkinson 14 M Rhode Island
.............	Isaac A. Wilkinson 11 M Illinois

1170/1217 ....	Samuel T. Marks 32 M Merchant Pennsylvania
.............	Eleanor H. Marks 25 F Ohio
.............	Grace Marks 2/12 F Illinois
.............	Sarah Gudgel 17 F Ohio

1171/1218 ....	George Morrison 32 M Laborer 200 Ireland
.............	Sarah Morrison 14 F Ireland
.............	Ann J. Morrison 3 F Kentucky

1172/1219 ....	John Weightman 45 M Book Keeper England
.............	Phebe Weightman 32 F England
.............	Isaac B. Weightman 15 M None Pennsylvania
.............	Hannah Weightman 13 F Pennsylvania
.............	Sarah Weightman 10 F Pennsylvania
.............	Mary Weightman 9 F Pennsylvania
.............	John Weightman 6 M Pennsylvania
.............	Thomas W. Weightman 4 M Pennsylvania
.............	David Weightman 2 M Pennsylvania
.............	Hannah Baxendale 17 F England

1173/1220 ....	Chester Eddy 51 M Clerk 800 Vermont
.............	Lucy Eddy 45 F Vermont
.............	William Eddy 19 M Clerk Vermont
.............	Lucy J. Eddy 13 F Vermont

1174/1221 ....	Clement V. Rousseau 10 M Physician 3000 Pennsylvania
.............	Mary Rousseau 19 F Pennsylvania
.............	Octave V. Rousseau 16 M Student Pennsylvania
.............	Mary E. Rousseau 14 F Pennsylvania
.............	Louis C. Rousseau 9 M Illinois
.............	Augustine V. Rousseau 6 M Illinois
.............	Alene Rousseau 2 F Illinois

1175/1222 ....	William M. Evans 30 M Carpenter 100 Kentucky
.............	Leuricy Evans 29 F Virginia
.............	Daniel B. Evans 8 M Indiana
.............	Woodford P. Evans 6 M Indiana

1176/1223 ....	William Ray 37 M Merchant 3000 Virginia
.............	Martha Ray 30 F New York
.............	Samuel H. Ray 11 M Missouri
.............	William Ray 8 M Missouri
.............	Simeon Ray 6 M Missouri
.............	Francis Ray 5/12 M Illinois


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