Monthly Archives: January 2016

Thursday Research Notes

Next town is Warren and its 14 pages of census. Not all that close to the end because there are 5 “W” towns in Litchfield County. Warren has 19 individuals in 7 households, 3 of them nonwhite. Amos Cables    5 … Continue reading

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Tuesday Research Notes

Is it really still only Tuesday?? The town of Roxbury had only 16 census pages. 22 individuals in 9 households, 3 of them nonwhite: Eljah Roberts    6 Jacob Danford    2 Job Sharp    6 Salisbury comes next. 78 individuals in 32 … Continue reading

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Monday Research Notes

Still catching up with Litchfield County: New Hartford only had 24 census pages. They included 31 individuals in 10 households, 3 of them nonwhite: Benjamin Jackson 3 Mary Nash    4 Humphrey Quamaly 5 New Milford‘s 56 census pages yielded 158 … Continue reading

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Friday Research Notes

I’m not sure what happened to Thursday, but here we go with a new set for today: Goshen has 22 census pages as well. This town had our first enslaved person in a while, a man aged over 55. Also … Continue reading

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Wednesday Research Notes

Actually I’ve fallen a long way behind on posting these, so this will be one of a series of “catch-up” posts. I’m going to keep them relatively short for ease of skimming. I started Litchfield County a while back, and … Continue reading

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Sunday Research Report

Simsbury, 36 pages of census. 26 individuals in 13 households, 5 of them headed by nonwhites. Mrs.    Jackson    2 Harry    Jackson    8 John    Thomas    2 Gabriel    Reader    4 Emer    Williams 1 Southington has 28 pages of census returns. 26 individuals … Continue reading

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Wednesday Research Report

Hartford. 342 individuals – the largest number so far. 140 households, 52 of them nonwhite. That’s a long list of people to report, but here we go: Prince    Swan    3 James    Williams 3 Timothy    Oliver    4 William    Randell    3 William   … Continue reading

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