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1791 Census
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Source: Annals of Bath County, VirginiaBy Oren Frederic Morton, 1917

Transcribed for Genealogy Trails By A.S. Pack


(Transcribed names "as is" from Book)


Tithables, slaves, horses, and cattle are indicated, respectively, by T, S, h, and c. Where a T preceded by a numeral does not occur, there is but one tithable.


First District – Samuel Vance, Assessor

Alexander, John
Anderson, John
Anderson, Thomas
Arskin (Erskine), John
Barnet, Thomas
Baxter, John
Beathe, Joseph
Benson, Mathias, Sr.
Benson, Mathias, Jr.
Benson, George
Benson, Erwin
Berry, John (Captain)
Bevins, Thomas
Black, William
Blacke, Samuel
Blaik, James
Botkin, James
Botkin, Thomas
Bourland, Andrew
Boyles, David
Bradshaw, John
Brinkley, John
Brock, Thomas
Brown, Joseph
Brown, John (Captain)
Buck, Charles
Burne (Burns), Peter
Burner, Abraham
Burns, John
Byrd, John (Back Creek)
Byrd, John (Jackson’s River)
Byrd, Thomas
Byrd, Jacob
Cailer, Mathias
Cameron, Charles (Colonel)
Campble, William
Carlile, John of John
Carlile, Robert of Robert
Carlile, James
Carlile, Rachel
Carpenter, Joseph
Cartright, Jesse
Champman, George
Chesnut, Sophia (widow)
Cleek, Jacob
Coberly, Thomas
Cochran, David
Collins, John
Conell, William
Cook, Stephen
Court (McCourt), James
Cowardin, John
Crane, John
Crawford, Nathan
Crawford, William
Cutlip, George
Davis, William
Davis, James
Deever, John
Denison, Mary (widow)
Dickey, William
Dickenson, John (Colonel)
Dilley, John
Dinwoody, William (Captain)
Diverix, John
Dixon, William
Dizard, William
Donoly, Charles
Donoly, Mary (widow)
Donovan, Peter
Donovan, Charles
Dougherty, Michael
Drinen, Thomas
Duffill (Duffield), John
Edde, John (constable)
Elliott, John
Erwin, Gerard (Jared)
Erwin, John of Jared
Erwin, John
Erwin, Charles
Erwin, James
Evins, Ebram
Femster, Thomas
Fisher, William
Fletcher, Robert
Fletcher, William
Forbes, Alexander
Fox, Jane (?)
Frame, David
Fuller, William
Fulks (Fultz), Nicholas
Gabbart, John
Galford, John
Garnett, Absolam
Gates, David
Gillespie, Jacob
Gillespie, Samuel
Gillespie, William
Gillespie, John
Givens, Robert (constable)
Givens, William
Godard, John
Graham, Christopher
Graham, Felix
Graham, William
Graves, Richard
Green, William
Gregory, Isaac
Gregory, Joseph
Gregory, Mary (widow)
Griffen, Abner
Gum, Ebram
Gum, John
Gwin, David
Gwin, Joseph
Hamilton, James
Hamilton, Alexander, Jr.
Hamilton, Osborn
Handly, James
Harris, Ebram
Hicklin, Thomas
Hicklin, James (Captain)
Hicklin, John
Hickman, Roger
Hinkle, Isaac
Hively, Jacob
Houchon, Moses
Houchon, William
Hubbard, Petter
Hughart, James, Sr.
Hughart, James, Jr.
Hughart, John
Hutcheson, James
Hutcheson, Jacob
Ingram, Ebram
Ingram, Job
Irick, Coonrod
Johns, Isaac (1)
Johns, Isaac (2)
Johns, William
Johnson, Bartholemew
Kelly, Hugh
Kelly, Owen
Kelly, Thomas
Kelso, James
Kime, Henry
Kinkaide, John
Kinkaide, James
Kinkaide, Joseph
Knight, James (constable)
Knox, Jeremiah
Lafferty, Ralph
Layton, Thomas
Lewis, John, Esquire
Lewis, Andrew
Lewis, Margaret (widow)
Leytch (Leach), John
Lockridge, James
Lockridge, William
Lockridge, Jean (widow)
Lowney, Alexander
Lunsford, Reuben
Matheny, Archibald
Matheny, Luke
Mathews, Sampson (Colonel)
May (Mayze), William
Mayze, Joseph
Mayze, Isaac
Mayze, Rebecca
McCab (?), John
McCallister, John
McCartney, Andrew
McCarty, Elijah
McCarty, John
McCashlin (McCausland), John
McCashlin, John (2)
McCashlin, Andrew
McClung, John
McCollom, Daniel
McCollom, John
McDonald, John
McDonald, Samuel
McGlaughlin, Hugh
McGalughlin, Hugh (taylor)
McGlaughlin, John
McGlaughlin, John (Cowpasture)
McGlaughlin, James
McGlaughlin, Daniel
McGoverny, James
McLey, John
Miles, George
Miller, Charles
Miller, James
Miller, Patrick
Miller, John
Montgomery, John
Moor, William
Moor, John
Moor, Levi, Sr. (constable)
Moore, John (Pennsylvania)
Moore, Mary (widow)
Moore, Moses, Sr.
Moore, Moses, Jr.
Moore, Robert
Moore, George
Moore, Levi, Jr.
Morison, Hugh
Mullmix, John
Munroe, Daniel
Neel, John
Neel, William
Nicholas, Lewis
Nicholas, William
Nicholas, Zephimah
Notingham, William
Odle, Sylvanus
Ofriel, Jeremiah
Peebles, John
Phelps, Isaac
Poage, George
Poage, James
Pullins, Loufty (Loftus)
Pullins, John
Pullins, Jonathan
Pullins, Samuel
Ray, Joseph
Reah, John
Reah, William
Redman, Samuel
Rian, George
Richardson, Robert
Rider, William
Roberts, John W.
Robinson, John (Captain)
Robinson, Thomas (constable)
Robinson, John
Robinson, Petter
Robey, Patrick
Rodgers, John
Rose, Jesse
Ruckman, David
Ruckman, Thomas
Russell, John
Scott, Henry
Sharp, William
Shaw, George
Shrewsbury, Samuel, Esquire
Sigafoos, Petter
Sitlintown, John
Slavin, Isaiah
Slavin, William
Slavin, John, Sr.
Slavin, John, Jr.
Slone, Jenny (widow)
Smith, Joseph
Stephenson, James
Stiff, John
Stuart, Robert
Stuart, James of Robert
Stuart, William
Stuart, Edward
Stuart, John
Stuart, James (constable)
Sybert, Nicholas
Swearingham, Van
Tait, David
Taylor, William
Townsend, Ezekiel
Townsend, Robert
Townsend, Solomon
Turner, Edward
Tygart, Joshuah
Tygart, Samuel
Vance, Samuel, Esquire
Viers, Gideon
Waide, Leonard
Walgrave, Francis
Wall, Charles
Wallace, Thomas
Walsh, Edward
Wanless, Stephen
Warick, Jacob, Esquire
Warick, John
Warick, William
Waring, Abijah
Watson, Samuel
Webb, John
White, Valentine
Whitman, George
Wiley, Alexander
Wiley, Robert, Sr.
Wiley, Robert, Jr.
Willoughby, Benjamin
Wilson, John Esquire
Wilson, Stephen
Wilson, William
Winder, James
Winder, John
Wooden, Bill

Totals: 476 tithables, 132 slaves, 1,376 horses, 6 studs, and 4 “carriage wheels”


Second District – John Oliver, Assessor

Alderman, Ezekiel
Alford, Talithain
Armstrong, Robert, Jr.
Armstrong, Robert
Armstrong, Isaac
Armstrong, James
Barker, Thomas
Barkly, Joshua
Barnett, Robert
Barnett, William
Baty, Andrew
Bently, Rosanna
Boller, John
Brindly, James, Sr.
Brindly, James, Jr.
Brindly, William
Buckly, James
Buckly, Joshua
Bumgardner, Jacob
Byrnsides, John
Calaghan, Dennis
Casebolt, John
Casebolt, Henry
Clarke, Christopher
Cochran, Thomas
Cole, Richard
Cotton, Benjamin
Crawford, William
David, Thomas
Davis, James
Davis, Daniel
Davis, John
Davis, Richard
Day, Joseph
Dean, John, Esquire
Deene, John
Dodridge, William
Douglas, John
Edmanson, James
Edwards, Jeremiah
Erwin, James
Erwin, John (river)
Ewin, James
Ewin, Joshua
Ewin, William
Evans, Griffith
Evins, Aaron
Fisher, Philip
Fitzpatrick, Daniel
Fitzpatrick, John
Foster, Luke
Fry, Jacob
Gibson, John
Gilliland, Samuel
Gilliland, Catherine
Grattan, David
Greenlee, James
Griffith, William
Hanceford, William
Hannah, David
Javins, Daniel
Johnson, John
Johnson, Samuel
Jones, John
Jones, John W
Keckley, Valentine
Kenison, Charles
Kenison, David
Kenison, Nathaniel
Kimberland, Adam
Kinkead, John
Kinkead, Robert
Kinkead, William
Knox, William
Kuykendall, Simon
Lewis, James
Linager, Isaac
Linch, John
Lonsdale, William
Mann, James
Mann, Jane
Massingbird, George
Maze, Richard
Maze, William
McClintick, Alexander
McClintick, Robert
McClintick, William
McClintick, Alice (widow)
McCollister, James
McCollister, Moses
McCollister, Richard
McDonald, Hugh
McDuff, John
McKenny, Samuel
McNeil, Abraham
McNeil, John
McNeil, Thomas
Milholland, Thomas
Mitchel, Robert
Morris, John
Morrison, James
Mourning, Bernett
Nales, Stephen
Nants (Nance), Hanes
Nants, Lydia
Oldram, William
Oliver, Daniel
Oliver, Thomas
Peacock, David
Paine, William
Parker, Thomas
Poage, William
Powel, Caleb
Power, Elizabeth
Prince, Evan
Reah, Robert
Reid, Jamers
Richards, John
Robinson, William, Sr.
Robinson, William
Robinson, James, Esquire
Robinson, James
Robuck, James
Rupe, Bernett
Rupe, Mary
Salisburg, William
Salmon, Jacob
Saxton, William
Scott, James
Scott, John
Scott, Robert
Sitlington, Robert
Smith, William
Smith, John
Smith, Lily
Smith, Sarah
Stinson (Stevenson), James
Stinson, James, Jr.
Stinson, David
Sprowl, Alexander
Sprowl, John
Stuart, Henry
Surber, Henry
Swearingen, Samuel
Switcher, John
Syms, James
Thompson, Abraham
Thompson, Joseph
Thompson, John
Thompson, William
Trotter, Ezekiel
Waddle, Alexander
Walker, Charles
Wilson, Robert
Wyatt, Reuben

Totals: 224 tithables, 44 slaves, 664 horses, and 5 studs

Grand Total for Greater Bath:

Tithables

790

Slaves

176

Horses

2,040

Studs

11

Carriage Wheels

4




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