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 households, 13 of them non-white. Also one additional enslaved person, a man aged between 55-99.

Sylva    Suydam    4
Peter    Porter    3
George    Vancleck 6
Russel    Swan    2
Cato    Hector    5
Samuel    Rice    4
John    White    3
Ja’s    Williams 4
Freend    Cason    4
John G.    Older    5
Titus    Ceaser    9
Benjamin Munroe    2
Reason    Carle    6

After this we have Sharon, with its 36 census pages. 136 individuals in 47 households, 20 of them nonwhite.

Abel    Starr    3
John    Dro    5
Call    Freeman    2
George    Pine    8
Belden    Whitney    7
Jacob    Newport    7
Onando    Cambredge 7
Harry    Minsley    5
Eli    Rowley    4
Ira    Trobridge 6
George    Simons    7
Titus    Frankinson 5
Samuel    Ocro    5
Harry    Jacklin    2
Peter    Hull    4
Parde    Clark    6
Daniel    Salisbury 3
Harry    Foot    4
George    Freeman    4
Francis    Morris    6

Next up is Torrington and its 24 pages of census returns. 68 people in 23 households, 13 of them nonwhite (a majority!?).

James    Moon    3
Henry    Freeman    6
James    Jones    3
Levi    Johnson    5
Simeon    Freeman    2
Epaphroditus Harrison 5
?inus    Waterman 2
Jude    Freeman    3
John    Freeman    6
Luke    Freeman    6
Lorenzo    Bellamy    2
Dyer D.    Freeman    7
Jeremiah Prince    6

Epaphroditus is a fellow who visited the Apostle Paul in prison, according to my Google research.

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