1850 Census of Putnam County, IL p. 369a


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: 369a REFERENCE: November 28, 1850 Transcribed by Thomas J. Henderson =========================================================================================== HN FN NAME............ AGE SEX OCCUP. VAL. BIRTHPLACE ===========================================================================================
1206/1259 ....	Richard Corson 57 M Carpenter Pennsylvania
.............	Mary Corson 49 F Pennsylvania
.............	William L. Corson 21 M Laborer Pennsylvania
.............	Sarah A. Corson 19 F Pennsylvania
.............	Margaret Corson 16 F Ohio
.............	Lewis Corson 10 M Indiana
.............	Russell Corson 6 M Indiana

1207/1260 ....	Andrew C. Cowles 19 M Clerk New York

1208/1261 ....	John G. Stauffer 39 M Shoemaker Pennsylvania
.............	Mary Stauffer 39 F Pennsylvania
.............	Jacob J. Stauffer 16 M Shoemaker Pennsylvania
.............	Catharine Stauffer 12 F Pennsylvania
.............	Mary E. Stauffer 10 F Pennsylvania
.............	David J. Stauffer 5 M Pennsylvania
.............	David Holwig 25 M Shoemaker Pennsylvania

1209/1262 ....	George M. Scott 30 M Waggon Maker 200 Pennsylvania
.............	Ellen V. Scott 23 F North Carolina

1210/1263 ....	John Roer 46 M Laborer Germany
.............	Mary Roer 42 F Germany
.............	William Heiser 12 M Germany
.............	Martin Roer 3 M Illinois

1211/1264 ....	John E. Osborn 46 M Farmer 500 New Jersey
.............	Margaret Osborn 39 F Massachusetts
.............	Harriet L. Osborn 12 F Illinois
.............	Ethan T. Osborn 8 M Illinois

1212/1265 ....	David P. Jenkins 26 M Lawyer 500 Ohio
.............	Hannah A. Jenkins 18 F New York

1213/1266 ....	Joseph Holland 39 M Merchant Virginia
.............	Margaret Holland 32 F Virginia
.............	Joanna Holland 10 F Virginia
.............	Andrew J. Holland 9 M Maryland
.............	Amelia A. Holland 22 F Virginia

1214/1267 ....	Sophia Bartlett 52 F 500 Massachusetts
.............	Chester D. Bartlett 22 M Merchant Massachusetts
.............	Mary J. Bartlett 18 F New York
.............	Clarinda Sandham 39 F New York

1215/1268 ....	Thomas Noble 30 M Farmer Ohio
.............	Jane Noble 27 F Virginia
.............	John W. Noble 8 M Ohio
.............	Charlotte Noble 7 F Ohio
.............	Mary C. Noble 5 F Ohio
.............	Thomas J. Noble 4 M Ohio

1850 Census of Putnam County, IL p. 369b


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: 369b REFERENCE: November 28, 1850 Transcribed by Thomas J. Henderson =========================================================================================== HN FN NAME............ AGE SEX OCCUP. VAL. BIRTHPLACE ===========================================================================================
1215/1268 ....	Jeremiah Noble 1/12 M Illinois

1216/1260 ....	David Markley 37 M Tinner 2000 Pennsylvania
.............	Mary R. Markley 30 F Pennsylvania
.............	Mary C. Markley 10/12 F Illinois
.............	Jacob G. Forney 7 M Illinois
.............	William H. Foshee 20 M Tinner Missouri

1217/1270 ....	John Lyons 53 M Grocer 3500 England
.............	Mary Lyons 62 F England
.............	Thomas Fast 26 M Farmer England
.............	George Cattell 28 M Grocer Scotland

1218/1271 ....	Sarah Brumfield 43 F 6000 Pennsylvania
.............	Augustus Brumfield 21 M Student Indiana
.............	John Brumfield 21 M Clerk Indiana
.............	Charles Brumfield 9 M Indiana
.............	Emma Brumfield 6 F Illinois
.............	Lorenzo Noyes 28 M Merchant Maine
.............	Mary Noyes 24 F Indiana
.............	Augustus T. Noyes 10/12 M Illlinois

1219/1272 ....	Jacob Mesmer 28 M Laborer 200 Germany
.............	Mary Mesmer 28 F Germany
.............	George Mesmer 5 M Germany
.............	Jacob Mesmer 2/12 M Illinois

1220/1273 ....	John Ross 41 M Drayman 150 New Jersey
.............	Rebecca J. Ross 34 F Ohio

1221/1274 ....	Dorcas Logan 40 F (Black) Kentucky
.............	Williamson Logan 3 M (Black) Illinois

1222/1275 ....	Thomas Dwyer 33 M Blacksmith Ireland
.............	Catharine Dwyer 23 F Ireland
.............	Mary Dwyer 8 F New York
.............	Daniel Dwyer  6/12 M Illinois
.............	Daniel Dees 38 M Laborer Indiana
.............	Mary Dees 17 F Indiana
.............	Margaret Dees 14 F Indiana
.............	Andrew Harris 22 M Laborer Indiana

1223/1276 ....	David Randall 27 M Laborer New York
.............	Mary Randall 28 F New York
.............	Simeon Randall 4 M Illinois
.............	Levi Randall 3 M Illinois
.............	Ruth Randall 5/12 F Illinois

1224/1277 (Jail)James Bartrick (Committed 1850) 49 M Blacksmith Pennsylvania
.............	Theoderic Snows (Committed 1850) 17 M Blacksmtih Missouri
.............	Michael Finneyman (Committed 1850) 19 M Laborer Ireland

1850 Census of Putnam County, IL p. 370a


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: 370a REFERENCE: November 28, 1850 Transcribed by Thomas J. Henderson =========================================================================================== HN FN NAME............ AGE SEX OCCUP. VAL. BIRTHPLACE ===========================================================================================
1225/1278 ....  William Baxendale 43 M Boatman 1500 England
.............	Susan Baxendale 45 F New Jersey
.............	Martha Baxendale 16 F Pennsylvania
.............	Mary Baxendale 16 F Pennsylvania
.............	George Baxendale  14 M Pennsylvania
.............	Phebe A. Baxendale 12 F Pennsylvania
.............	Susan J. Baxendale 1 F Illinois

1226/1279 ....	Lucy A. Simpson 41 F 1700 Kentucky
.............	Lucy J. Simpson 17 F Illinois
.............	Lucy A. Simpson 11 F Illinois
.............	William H. Simpson 9 M Illinois
.............	Elias J. Simpson 4 M Illinois

Here ends the town of Hennepin

1850 Census of Putnam County, IL p. 370b


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  REEL NO:  125  PAGE NO:  370b
REFERENCE:  November 29, 1850 Transcribed by Thomas J. Henderson
===========================================================================================
HN   FN		NAME............	AGE 	SEX	OCCUP.		VAL.    BIRTHPLACE 
===========================================================================================
1227/1280 ....  Oaks Turner 41 M Farmer 6300 Maine
.............	Rebecca G. Turner 36 F Connecticut
.............	Borridell Turner 9 F Illlinois
.............	Virginia B. Turner 7 F Illinois
.............	C. Oaks Turner  5 M Illinois
.............	May Turner 1/12 F Illinois
.............	Cynthia Johns 17 F Ohio
.............	Benjamin F. Garrett 17 M Farmer Pennsylvania
.............	John M. Laughlin 40 M Farmer Pennsylvania

1228/1281 ....  John Pulsifer 63 M Physician 4900 Massachusetts
.............	Tryphena Pulsifer 61 F Massachusetts
.............	Ellen Criser 14 F Pennsylvania
.............	Thomas Cowles 17 M Laborer New York

1229/1282 ....	Moses Rise 64 M Laborer Virginia
.............	Abigail Brown 48 F Virginia
.............	Thomas Brown 19 M Farmer Ohio
.............	Mary Ann Brown 8 F Ohio

1230/1283 ....	William Leonard 59 M Laborer 100 Vermont
.............	Jane Leonard 49 F Pennsylvania
.............	Lewis D. Leonard 24 M Laborer Ohio
.............	Lymria Leonard 21 F Ohio
.............	Martin Leonard 18 M None Ohio
.............	Catharine Shaw 17 F Ohio
.............	Elisabeth Leonard 15 F Ohio
.............	Margaret Leonard 4 F Ohio
.............	Lucretia Shaw 4/12 F Illinois
.............	Alexander Brandon 21 M laborer Alabama
.............	Egbert Baldwin 20 M Laborer Pennsylvania

1231/1284 ....	John Allson 29 M Laborer 50 Norway
.............	Merwin Newtson 26 M Laborer 50 Norway

1232/1285 ....
.............	James B. Hunt 28 M Farmer 1000 New York
.............	Catharine L. Hunt 24 F Pennsylvania
.............	Hellen M. Hunt 2 F Illinois
.............	Emily Hunt 6/12 F Illinois

1233/1286 ....	Henry Hoover 40 M Farmer 500 Pennsylvania
.............	Sally Hoover 39 F New York
.............	Charlotte M. Hoover 16 F New York
.............	George H. Hoover 14 M Illinois
.............	John W. Hoover 12 M Illinois
.............	Daniel N. Hoover 10 M Illinois
.............	James M. Hoover 8 M Illinois
.............	David L. Hoover 4 M Illinois


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