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Jackson Township
The 1852 census included columns for "Colored Males" and "Colored Females," but none were listed for any of the townships.

CENSUS TIPS: The Soundex system began during Franklin Roosevelt's presidency. The FDA employed workers who made a filing card for each household and listed every person in the census. Information on the cards includes: name, age, location, birthday and relationship to the head of household. Surnames were coded by giving a numerical value to each letter of the alphabet. The Soundex lists the census schedule county and page of all persons with the same code.


NAME OF HEADS OF FAMILIES, &C

NO. OF
MALES

NO. OF
FEMALES

NO. OF
VOTERS

NO. OF
MILITIA

NO. OF
ALIENS

TOTAL

NOTES
William & Lydia Overacker211 1   3 
Anthony & ----- Overacker211 1   3 
Henry & Louisa Overacker231 1   5 
------ & Lydia Taylor742 1   11 
Thomas & Mary Goudy422 1   6 
John & Jane Johnston121 1   3 
Valentine & Margaret Slife221 1   4 
Aquilla & Euice Baugh221 1   4 
Samuel & Jane Spar441 1   8 
William H. & Rebecca Harrison431     7 
Charles & Eliza Beam341 1   7 
Joseph & Barbary Beam621 1   8 
Benjamon & Romancy Tallman542 1   9Benjamin Tallman
Ruben & Rebecca Hay411 1   5 
Isac & Droith Hay411 1   5 Isaac & Dartha Hay in 1870 census.
David & Christina Grafft211 1   3 
Michael & Elizabeth Byerly421 1   6 
Jacob Byerly1   1 1   1 
William Marthy Benadom441 1   8 
Francis & Catherine Byerly513 2   6 
Andrew & Ann Porter231 1   5 
Edward & Mary Steverson511     6 
William & Adeline Jeffries522 3   7 
D. H. & Matilda Talmon751 1   12David Harrison & Matilda Jeffries Tallman
Thomas & Maryann Porter222 1   4 
Joseph Porter2   1 1   2 
Totals for Jackson Township 89 54 39 29   143  
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