NOTE: Pages 19 through 25 are missing from this transcription. Microfilm roll 372,
which was suppose to contain pages 19 - 25, contained pages from the Warren County
census instead. Every effort will be made to obtain the missing pages so this transcription
can be completed.
The following schedule is the whole number of persons within the division, Washington County, allotted to Charles Blount, assistant to the Marshall for the District of North Carolina. Every attempt was made to enter the data here exactly as recorded by the census taker. Even obvious spelling errors were not corrected. Overall the handwritting was excellent, thus easy to transcribe, however there were cases where it was difficult to distinguish between "e" and "i".
In order to make this census easier to read, blank
entry fields were replaced with zeros, and the entries were arranged into several
parts (tables), all on the same page. The parts contain the following census
Each part includes only heads of families for which there is data, except the white data which
includes all of the household heads. Thus in the example below, "Barnes, John" is not included in
Parts B and C.
The index has been set up so you can click on the part you wish to view. In
the index below, for example,
|Barnes, John||Whites|| || ||Occupation|| |
|Basnight, Joseph||Whites||Slaves|| ||Occupation|| |
|Kelley, William||Whites|| ||Free||Occupation|| |
you could view the Part C schedule of free colored persons in the household of
John Spruill by merely clicking on "Free" beside Spruill, John. This will
automatically take you to the appropriate page, table and line in that table. To then view the number
of whites in the household of John Spruill you would return to the index and
then click on "Whites" beside Spruill, John. Alternatively, you could scroll
up to the Part A table containing whites since all four parts are on the same
The summation of the totals provided here was transcribed from
the microfilm. There are some obvious errors in the totals but
they are transcribed exactly as they appeared. The totals page can be referenced by
going to page "Totals".
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