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Eighth Census of the United States (1860)

Colorado County, Texas

Schedules 3-6

 

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Schedule 3: Persons Who Died During the Year Ending June 1, 1860

Enumerated by George W. Breeding

George, slave of Andrew Cryer (4/12, male, mulatto, born in Texas, died in November of dysentery after a two week illness)

Adolph Han (7 days old, male, died in July of cramps after a four day illness)

[no name given] , slave of Charles Ehlinger (6/12, male, black, died in January of croup after a five day illness)

Elizabeth H. Hahn ([no further information given])

Henry Oldmann (32, male, farmer, born in Oldenburg, died in July of sun stroke after an illness of six hours)

Wilhelmine Schmidts, who lived in the household of C. F. Schmidts (24, female, born in Prussia, died in February in childbirth after an illness of one day)

Henry Ocker (2 days old, male, born in Texas, died in January of a cramp after an illness of one day)

Mary Voss (62, female, widow, born in Macklenburg, died in April of apoplexy after an illness of six days)

Louisa, slave of T. J. Neavitt (11, female, black, born in Texas, died in March of flux after an illness of seven days)

R. C. Grace ([no further information given])

William R. Rhodes (27, male, farmer, born in Texas, died in May of flux after an illness of one month)

Martha Fisher (20, female, born in Tennessee, died in February of consumption after an illness of one year)

Tina Grace, who lived in the household of T. J. Grace (2, female, born in Texas, died in September of unknown causes after an illness of four months)

Edward, slave of Josiah Shaw (2, male, mulatto, born in Texas, died in January of dysentery after an illness of two weeks)

Violett, slave of J. E. Pearsall (30, female, black, born in North Carolina, farm hand, died suddenly in December when a tree accidently fell on her) Remarks [at bottom of page]: "Violett a Negro Woman belonging to J E Pearsall was killed suddenly by the fall of a tree."

Adaline, slave [of J. E. Pearsall?] (1, female, black, born in Texas, died in November of dysentery after an illness of four weeks)

Nace slave of William P. Trott (72, male, black, farm hand, born in Virginia, died in January of typhoid fever after an illness of five days)

Alfred, slave of David H. Crisp (13, male, black, worked as a farm hand, born in North Carolina, died in February of typhoid fever after an illness of six days)

[no name given], slave of John H. Crisp (6/12, male, mulatto, born in Texas, died in December of flux after an illness of five days)

[no name given], slave of John H. Crisp (7/12, male, black, born in Texas, died in December of flux after an illness of six days)

[no name given], slave of John H. Crisp (7/12, female, black, born in Texas, died in December of flux after an illness of four days)

Samuel, slave of Elizabeth Turner (8/12, male, black, born in Texas, died in January of congestion of the brain after an illness of three days)

Cyrus, slave of Wesley Smith (100, male, black, worked as a farm hand, born in Virginia, died in January of old age after an illness of three weeks)

Malinda Land (28, female, married, born in Kentucky, died in December of inflammation of the bladder after an illness of three weeks)

William Spinks (74, male, widower, farmer, born in Georgia, died in November of pneumonia after an illness of two weeks)

S. J. Hart (22, male, farmer, born in Mississippi, died in August of whooping cough after an illness of five days)

Simon, slave [of S. J. Hart] (5, male, black, born in Texas, died in October of a sudden spasm)

Austin, slave of Green K. Hubbard (30, male, black, farm hand, born in Alabama, died in January having been poisoned and after an illness of six months)

Julia, slave of L. C. Graves (18, female, black, farm hand, born in Mississippi, died in September of inflammation of the bowels after an illness of two weeks)

G. W. McLeary (26, male, married, school teacher, born in Tennessee, died in May of congestion of the brain after an illness of five days)

Richard, slave of L. M. Mays (10/12, male, mulatto, born in Texas, died in December of dysentery after an illness of four weeks)

Sofa, slave of Thomas N. Insall (65, female, black, farm hand, born in Africa, died in December of old age after an illness of five months)

John B. Bryan (7/12, male, born in Texas, died in January of pneumonia after an illness of four days)

Nancy, slave of C. M. Terrell (42, female, black, farm hand, born in Tennessee, died in January of pneumonia after an illness of four days)

Armond, slave of T. E. Ivey (2, male, black, born in Texas, died in December of burns after an illness of ten days)

Isabel, slave of T. E. Ivey (1/12, female, black, died of "inflamation navel" after an illness of three days)

Milton, slave of W. B. McCormick (1/12, female, black, born in Texas, died in May of unknown causes after an illness of three days)

Phillip, slave of John Tooke (1, male, black, born in Texas, died in February of burns after an illness of three days)

Isaac, slave of John Tooke (2, male, black, born in Texas, died in January of scrofula after an illness of five months)

Jim, slave of John Tooke (1/12, male, black, born in Texas, suddenly died in April of unknown causes)

Thomas D. Prude, who lived in the household of John Prude (7, male, born in Texas, died in June of typhoid fever after an illness of three weeks)

Fannie, slave of Levi Mercer (4/12, female, black, born in Texas, died in February of inflamation of the brain after an illness of three days)

Carlton Sanders (47, male, married, trader, born in New York, died in March when "murdered by Mexicans")

Jane, slave of Allen Tooke (2, female, black, born in Texas, died in May of "worms" after an illness of two hours)

B. W. Ingram (2, male, born in Alabama, died in June of congestive chill after an illness of two days)

William, slave of C. A. Eason (17, male, black, farm hand, born in North Carolina, died in March of typhoid pneumonia after an illness of five days)

[no name given] (6, female, black, farm hand, born in Florida, died in April of typhoid pneumonia after an illness of five days)

Theodore Obenhouse [Obenhaus] (21, male, farmer, born in Prussia, died in September suddenly when struck by lightning)

F. K. Walker (35, male, married, farmer, born in Georgia, died in December of spasms after an illness of eight months)

Patsey Daniels (45, female, married, born in North Carolina, died in November of pneumonia after an illness of two weeks)

Anna Trott, who lived in the household of J. B. Trott (2 weeks old, female, born in Texas, died in November of unknown causes after an illness of six days)

W. D. Jemison, who lived in the household of A. R. Jemison (8/12, male, born in Texas, died in September of unknown causes after an illness of two weeks)

Mary E. Wootton, who lived in the household of W. W. Wootton (10/12, female, born in Texas, died in January of inflammation of the brain after an illness of seven days)

James P. Wallace, who lived in the household of Warren Wallace (3, male, born in Texas, died in March of pneumonia after an illness of two weeks)

Luke, slave of J. M. Daniels (16, male, black, farm hand, born in Tennessee, died in September of typhoid pneumonia after an illness of two weeks)

M. F. Rickards, who lived in the household of A. J. Nave (2, male, born in Kentucky, died in October of chronic dysentery after an illness of four months)

Ellen, slave of A. J. Nave (1, female, black, born in Kentucky, died in November od dysentery after an illness of four months)

infant slave of William N. Glenn (7 days, female, black, born in Texas, died in April of lockjaw after an illness of two days)

Louis, slave of P. J. Oakes (1, male, black, born in Texas, died in December of whooping cough after an illness of two weeks)

Sallie, slave of John Shropshire (4, female, black, born in Alabama, died in February of pneumonia after an illness of two weeks)

Jennie, slave of John Shropshire (6, female, black, born in Alabama, died in February of pneumonia after an illness of ten days)

Oliver, slave of John Shropshire (3, male, black, born in Alabama, died in March of pneumonia after an illness of eight days)

infant, slave of John Shropshire (6/12, male, black, born in Alabama, died in March of spasms after an illness of one month)

infant, slave of John Shropshire (1/12, male, black, born in Texas, died of unknown causes after an illness of one week)

William C. Newsom (20, male, clerk, born in Tennessee, died in January of typhoid pneumonia after an illness of three weeks)

Mary, slave of Isam Tooke (2, female, black, born in Texas, died in December of marasmus after an illness of three months)

Hester, slave of R. H. Jones (28, female, black, worked as a house servant, born in Missouri, died in November of a fever after an illness of three weeks)

Fanny, slave of J. L. Taylor (26, female, black, worked as a farm hand, born in Mississippi, died in November in childbirth after an illness of six hours)

Jonah, slave [of J. L. Taylor?] (10, male, black, worked as a farm hand, born in North Carolina, died in May of typhoid fever after an illness of seven days)

Joshua, slave of R. W. Putney (8/12, male, black, born in Texas, died in February of inflamation of the bowels after an illness of two weeks)

infant, slave of R. J. Putney (7 days, female, black, born in Texas, died suddenly in April of lockjaw)

Fannie, slave of R. J. Putney (8/12, female, black, born in Texas, died in December of inflamation of the bowels after an illness of four weeks)

infant, slave of W. J. Darden (6/12, male, black, born in Texas, died in June of spasms after an illness of two weeks)

Nepey Griffitts (7/12, female, born in Texas, died suddenly in April of unknown causes)

infant, slave of J. G. Griffitts (2 weeks, female, black, died suddenly in April of unknown causes)

Lena Mung, who lived in the household of M. Mung (6, female, born in Texas, died in January of typhoid fever after an illness of three days)

Stephen, slave of A. M. Campbell (8/12, male, black, born in Texas, died in May of flux after an illness of one week)

Mary Riggles, who lived in the household of W. H. Bacon (35, female, widowed, born in Texas, died in April of consumption after an illness of three years)

William Yancy (18, male, student, born in Tennessee, died in February of typhoid pneumonia after an illness of three weeks)

Sam, slave of William Yancy (21, male, black, worked as a farmhand, born in Kentucky, died in January of typhoid fever after an illness of two weeks)

George, slave of H. A. Tatum (45, male, black, worked as a farm hand, born in North Carolina, died in September of typhoid fever after an illness of two weeks)

infant, slave of H. A. Tatum (3/12, male, black, born in Texas, died in September of unknown causes after an illness of six days)

Caroline, slave of A. H. Davidson (21, female, black, worked as a farm hand, born in South Carolina, died suddenly in February when frozen) Remarks [at bottom of page]: "The Servant of A. H. Davidson got lost and whilst out a norther came on and she was frozen to death before she could be found"

Edward, slave of A. H. Davidson (1, male, black, born in Texas, died in June of marasmus after an illness of three months)

infant, slave of A. H. Davidson (1/12, male, black, born in Texas, died in March of inflamation of the navel after an illness of one week)

Josephine, slave of Jane E. Naill (2, female, black, born in Texas, died in September of typhoid fever after an illness of five weeks)

D. Ivey, who lived in the household of J. G. Tooke (3, female, born in North Carolina, died in March of inflammation of the bowels after an illness of four weeks)

Martha Lee Baker, who lived in the household of William M. Baker (19, female, married, born in Georgia, died in March of typhoid fever after an illness of three months)

Orlena Kesler [Kessler], who lived in the household of H. S. Obenchain (26, female, born in Virginia, died in April of flux after an illness of two weeks)

Ben, slave of C.W. Tait (65, male, black, born in Georgia, died in July of old age after an illness of one month)

infant, slave of C. W. Tait (1/12, male, black, born in Texas, died in April suddenly when smothered by his mother)

C. W. Van de Graff (22, female, married, born in Louisiana, died in May of congestion of the brain after an illness of two months)

Mary E. Haskell (20, female, born in Kentucky, died in April of congestion of the lungs after an illness of five days)

P. Farmer (2, male, born in Texas, died in December of fever after an illness of five weeks)

Fanny, slave of S. E. Goss (1, female, black, born in Texas, died in May of fever after an illness of four weeks)

Robert A. Cox (12, male, born in Texas, died suddenly in August after falling from a horse)

John F. Berry (28, male, married, worked as a trader, born in Texas, died in January of pneumonia after an illness of two weeks)

Sam, slave of John F. Berry (3, male, black, born in Texas, died in November of congestion of the brain after an illness of three days)

Moses, slave of John F. Berry (3, male, black, born in Texas, died in December of burns after an illness of one day)

Alfred, slave of Ira A. Harris (27, male, black, worked as a farm hand, born in Georgia, died in September of typhoid fever after an illness of forty days)

C. Z. Hutchinson, who apparently lived in the household of J. W. E. Wallace (38, male, married, attorney at law, born in England, died in May of pneumonia after an illness of two weeks)

James W. Claiborne, who lived in the household of R. Z. Claiborne (5, male, born in Virginia, died in May of a fever after an illness of five months)

Jessie, slave of John C. Tanner (40, male, mulatto, worked as a farm hand, born in Virginia, died in July suddenly being smothered in a well)

Vica, slave of John C. Tanner (2, female, black, born in Texas, died in April of unknown causes after an illness of two weeks)

M. T. Hawkins (35, male, married, farmer, born in North Carolina, died in December of "intemperance" after an illness of five days)

Henry C. Smith (59, male, married, farmer, born in South Carolina, died in November of inflammation after an illness of eight weeks)

Roger W. Smith (19, male, born in Tennessee, died in December suddenly after being accidentally shot)

Eda, slave of John Pinchback (20, female, black, worked as a farm hand, born in Texas, died in May of dropsy after an illness of six weeks)

Puss, slave of John Pinchback (6, female, male, born in Texas, died in May of a fever after an illness of ten days)

Celia, slave of William J. Wright (37, female, black, worked as a farm hand, born in North Carolina, died in October of bilious colic after an illness of one week)

Alice, slave of William J. Wright (6/12, female, black, born in Texas, died in March of spasms after an illness of three days)

infant, slave of William J. Wright (4 days, female, black, born in Texas, died in September of spasms after an illness of one day)

Elizabeth Sims (59, female, widowed, born in Virginia, died in May of "rising the head" after an illness of six months)

Robert, slave of E. Minter (22, male, black, worked as a farm hand, born in Mississippi, died in July after being gored by an ox and after an illness of ten days)

Parrott, who lived in the household of W. H. Parrott (1, male, born in Texas, died in May of whooping cough after an illness of two weeks)

Parrott, who lived in the household of W. H. Parrott (1, male, born in Texas, died in May of whooping cough after an illness of two weeks [presumably a set of twins])

Lea, slave of H. D. Rhodes (1, female, black, born in Texas, died in December of pneumonia after an illness of one week)

Lea, slave of S. S. Montgomery (16, female, black, worked as a farm hand, born in Texas, died in January of pneumonia after an illness of four weeks)

Lewis, slave of R. H. Foote (25, male, black, worked as a farm hand, born in Virginia, died in January after being accidentally cut after an illness of four weeks)

Major, slave of James Montgomery (3, male, black, born in Texas, died in November of scrofula after an illness of two years)

Josephine, slave of James Montgomery (1, female, black, born in Texas, died in June of fever after an illness of 2 weeks)

Washington, slave of James Montgomery (5/12, male, black, born in Texas, died in August of spasms after an illness of three days)

Nancy, slave of James Montgomery (2/12, female, black, born in Texas, died in October of spasms after an illness of one month)

Amos, slave of John W. Wick (65, male, black, born in Virginia, died in April of old age after an illness of four days)

Albert, slave of McNeill & Anderson (16, male, black, worked as a farm hand, born in Texas, died in January of pneumonia after an illness of three weeks)

Sallie, slave of C. C. Herbert (9, female, black, born in Texas, died in July of whooping cough after an illness of three weeks)

Jerry, slave of J. G. Newsom (8, male, black, born in Tennessee, died in May of inflammation of the bowels after an illness of four days)

Oscar, slave of J. G. Newsom (4/12, male, black, born in Texas, died in July of inflammation of the lungs after an illness of one week)

Henry, slave of P. M. Garrett (18, male, black, worked as a farm hand, born in Mississippi, died suddenly in May of drowning)

Fannie, slave of P. M. Garrett (7/12, female, black, born in Mississippi, died suddenly in July of drowning)

Isaac, slave of W. J. Herbert (3, male, black, born in Texas, died in October of congestion of the brain after an illness of four weeks)

Anna, slave of James Wright (45, female, black, worked as a farm hand, born in North Carolina, died in February of dropsy after an illness of one month)

Eliza McDonald, who lived in the household of James McDonald (2, female, born in Texas, died in October of spasms after an illness of two days)

Mary A. McDonald, who lived in the household of James McDonald (9/12, female, born in Texas, died in October of a fever after an illness of three weeks)

Louisa Frels, who lived in the household of William Frels (40, female, married, born in Oldenburg, died in June in childbirth after an illness of two weeks)

Ernst, who lived in the household of Henry Balhorn (1, male, born in Texas, died in June of a fever after an illness of three days)

Thomas C. Smith, who lived in the household of N. P. Smith (2, male, died in September of croup after an illness of three days)

Max Ernst (70, male, married, farmer, born in Prussia, died in February of consumption after an illness of three months)

Mary, who lived in the household of Joseph Henicke (6, female, born in Texas, died in October of dropsy after an illness of one month)

Ernst, who lived in the household of F. Becker (21, male, farmer, born in Prussia, died in March of pneumonia after an illness of four days)

Ladislaw Brink, who lived in the household of Andreas Brink (1/12, male, born in Texas, died in October of spasms after an illness of two days)

Herman Bowe (1/12, male, born in Texas, died in March of spasms after an illness of three weeks)

Mary Grawbow (1/12, female, born in Texas, died in May of teething after an illness of four days)

Mary Smith (2, female, died in December of quinsy after an illness of two weeks)

Rose, slave of George Toliver (5, female, black, worked as a house servant, born in Mississippi, died in October of bronchitis after an illness of two years)

 

Schedule 4, Productions of Agriculture

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Enumerated by George W. Breeding on June 1, 1860 at Ridge Post Office, June 7, 1860 at Frelsburg, June 10, 1860 at Columbus, June 20, 1860 at Oakland, June 27, 1860 at Cuba, July 9, 1860 at Eagle Lake, July 18, July 23, and July 26, 1860 at Frelsburg, July 29, 1860 at San Bernard, and September 8, 1860 at Columbus.

This schedule listed the owners, agents, or managers of farms which produced crops or owned livestock in the county. Transcribed by Bill Stein, Dorothy Albrecht, Kari Ready, and Matt Ross.

Summary of Data

Number of Cotton Producers: 363
Total Bales of Cotton Produced: 14,438
Number of Corn Producers: 385
Total Bushels of Corn Produced: 264,805
Number of Tobacco Producers: 2
Total Pounds of Tobacco Produced: 1,500
Number of Wool Producers: 4
Total Pounds of Wool Produced: 2,090
Number of Butter Producers: 288
Total Pounds of Butter Produced: 65,937
Number of Cheese Producers: 4
Total Pounds of Cheese Produced: 395
Number of Sweet Potato Producers: 167
Total Bushels of Sweet Potatoes Produced: 19,266
Number of Irish Potato Producers: 65
Total Bushels of Irish Potatoes Produced: 1,550
Number of Wheat Producers: 44
Total Bushels of Wheat Produced: 1,525
Number of Rye Producers: 65
Total Bushels of Rye Produced: 909
Number of Wine Producers: 6
Total Gallons of Wine Produced: 274
Number of Producers of Peas and Beans: 9
Total Bushels of Peas and Beans Produced: 82
Number of Cattle Owners: 368
Number of Cattle Owned: 29,532
Number of Sheep Owners: 52
Number of Sheep Owned: 6,034
Number of Swine Owners: 361
Number of Swine Owned: 12,197

 

List of Owners, Agents, or Managers of Farms

Green Andrews: 498 acres, 110 improved acres, 9 horses, 7 milk cows, 6 oxen, 9 other cattle, 4 sheep, 40 swine, 600 bushels of corn, 28 bales of cotton

Elizabeth Newton: 200 acres, 20 improved acres, 3 horses, 6 milk cows, 4 oxen, 19 other cattle, 2 sheep, 14 swine, 400 bushels of corn, 7 bales of cotton

Andrew Crier: 877 acres, 100 improved acres, 3 horses, 2 asses and mules, 12 milk cows, 4 oxen, 225 other cattle, 300 sheep, 50 swine, 800 bushels of corn, 18 bales of cotton, 250 pounds of wool

Martha Washington: no land, 5 horses, 2 asses and mules, 1 milk cow, 2 other cattle, 100 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 3 bales of cotton

Conrad Schobel: 217 acres, 42 improved acres, 6 horses, 7 milk cows, 3 oxen, 41 other cattle, 20 swine, 450 bushels of corn, 12 bales of cotton

Adolph Hoan: 100 acres, 25 improved acres, 1 horse, 3 milk cows, 2 oxen, 11 other cattle, 10 swine, 300 bushels of corn, 8 bales of cotton

J. H. Koepke: 255 acres, 20 improved acres, 2 horses, 11 milk cows, 4 oxen, 10 other cattle, 18 swine, 20 bushels of wheat, 200 bushels of corn, 8 bales of cotton

John Stolle: 230 acres, 15 improved acres, 3 horses, 7 milk cows, 4 oxen, 22 other cattle, 5 swine, 150 bushels of corn, 4 bales of cotton

A. B. Newton: 175 acres, 40 improved acres, 4 horses, 1 ass or mule, 9 milk cows, 4 oxen, 30 other cattle, 2 sheep, 28 swine, 300 bushels of corn, 14 bales of cotton

J. B. Pope: 187 acres, 30 improved acres, 4 horses, 3 milk cows, 4 oxen, 10 other cattle, 15 swine, 300 bushels of corn, 5 bales of cotton

Anton Raabe: 15 acres, 15 improved acres, 3 horses, 6 milk cows, 17 other cattle, 8 swine, 250 bushels of corn, 8 bales of cotton

A. Reinhardt: 280 acres, 40 improved acres, 7 horses, 15 milk cows, 100 oxen, 45 other cattle, 2 sheep, 20 swine, 300 bushels of corn, 7 bales of cotton

William Frerichs: 257 acres, 20 improved acres, 9 horses, 10 milk cows, 4 oxen, 36 other cattle, 10 swine, 500 bushels of corn, 5 bales of cotton

T. W. Becker: 140 acres, 20 improved acres, 3 horses, 3 milk cows, 2 oxen, 7 other cattle, 20 swine, 12 bushels of rye, 200 bushels of corn, 5 bales of cotton

F. Frerichs: 125 acres, 18 improved acres, 5 horses, 6 milk cows, 6 oxen, 38 other cattle, 20 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 5 bales of cotton

Gerard Fehrenkamp: 141 acres, 26 improved acres, 11 horses, 7 milk cows, 12 oxen, 20 other cattle, 30 swine, 500 bushels of corn, 7 bales of cotton

Charles Ehlinger: 2520 acres, 170 improved acres, 11 horses, 10 milk cows, 8 oxen, 50 other cattle, 8 sheep, 20 swine, 400 bushels of corn, 10 bales of cotton

E. H. Hahn: 1200 acres, 80 improved acres, 7 horses, 12 milk cows, 2 oxen, 60 other cattle, 18 swine, 250 bushels of corn, 7 bales of cotton

Serafin Burger: 120 acres, 20 improved acres, 3 horses, 3 milk cows, 10 other cattle, 10 swine, 360 bushels of corn, 11 bales of cotton

C. F. Schmidt: 25 acres, 25 improved acres, 8 horses, 2 milk cows, 2 oxen, 10 other cattle, 14 swine, 240 bushels of corn, 6 bales of cotton

Fredrick Hillmer: 118 acres, 16 improved acres, 4 horses, 9 milk cows, 2 oxen, 13 other cattle, 6 swine, 150 bushels of corn, 21 bales of cotton

Joseph Raabe: 44 acres, 44 improved acres, 7 horses, 8 milk cows, 6 oxen, 22 other cattle, 20 swine, 400 bushels of corn, 24 bales of cotton

Henry Ocker: 200 acres, 32 improved acres, 5 horses, 8 milk cows, 8 oxen, 15 other cattle, 20 swine, 300 bushels of corn, 10 bales of cotton

Frederick Lillie: 126 acres, 22 improved acres, 1 horse, 4 milk cows, 2 oxen, 10 other cattle, 10 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 7 bales of cotton

Ignatz Hagerman: 150 acres, 20 improved acres, 7 horses, 8 milk cows, 12 oxen, 10 other cattle, 10 swine, 150 bushels of corn, 5 bales of cotton

Fred Schnieder: 170 acres, 14 improved acres, 4 horses, 4 milk cows, 2 oxen, 22 other cattle, 20 swine, 6 bushels of wheat, 6 bushels of rye, 150 bushels of corn, 4 bales of cotton

John Huls: 18 acres, 18 improved acres, 2 horses, 3 milk cows, 2 oxen, 19 other cattle, 14 swine, 250 bushels of corn, 6 bales of cotton

Herman Hillman: 320 acres, 40 improved acres, 5 horses, 20 milk cows, 6 oxen, 40 other cattle, 25 swine, 400 bushels of corn, 9 bales of cotton

H. Lockmann: 170 acres, 30 improved acres, 4 horses, 10 milk cows, 10 oxen, 40 other cattle, 30 swine, 300 bushels of corn, 3 bales of cotton

John Shultz: 150 acres, 22 improved acres, 6 horses, 15 milk cows, 2 oxen, 25 other cattle, 30 swine, 8 bushels of rye, 250 bushels of corn, 11 bales of cotton

C. Brigmann: 30 acres, 30 improved acres, 2 horses, 3 milk cows, 2 working oxen, 15 other cattle, 200 bushels of corn, 10 bales of cotton

Joseph Gully: 132 acres, 23 improved acres, 3 horses, 5 milk cows, 2 oxen, 12 other cattle, 7 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 4 bales of cotton

Joseph Munch: 125 acres, 17 improved acres, 2 milk cows, 2 oxen, 8 swine

Henry Fattmann: 120 acres, 20 improved acres, 2 horses, 4 milk cows, 2 oxen, 5 other cattle, 15 swine, 100 bushels of corn, 4 bales of cotton

Joseph Kohl: 150 acres, 20 improved acres, 6 horses, 7 milk cows, 4 oxen, 15 other cattle, 12 swine, 100 bushels of corn, 9 bales of cotton

Joseph Schoer: 17 acres, 17 improved acres, 1 horse, 3 milk cows, 1 oxen, 6 other cattle, 9 swine, 5 bushels of wheat, 7 bushels of rye, 200 bushels of corn, 5 bales of cotton

Peter Kohl: 486 acres, 35 improved acres, 6 horses, 1 ass or mule, 20 milk cows, 4 oxen, 30 other cattle, 17 swine, 10 bushels of wheat, 400 bushels of corn, 9 bales of cotton

Jacob Kohl: 147 acres, 20 improved acres, 5 horses, 7 milk cows, 2 oxen, 14 other cattle, 15 swine, 60 bushels of corn, 7 bales of cotton

John Sabatick: 100 acres, 16 improved acres, 1 horse, 2 asses and mules, 2 milk cows, 4 swine, 15 bushels of corn, 6 bales of cotton

Vincent Rebel: 25 acres, 25 improved acres, 3 horses, 4 milk cows, 2 oxen, 10 other cattle, 10 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 8 bales of cotton

C. Aschenbeck: 106 acres, 24 improved acres, 5 horses, 9 milk cows, 5 oxen, 25 other cattle, 14 swine, 5 bushels of wheat, 12 bushels of rye, 100 bushels of corn, 7 bales of cotton, 1 bushel of peas or beans, 5 bushels of sweet potatoes, 50 pounds of butter, 30 pounds of cheese, 2 tons of hay

M. Buther: 40 acres, 14 improved acres, 1 horse, 3 milk cows, 2 oxen, 15 other cattle, 8 swine, 40 bushels of corn, 4 bales of cotton

John Kaiser: 90 acres, 20 improved acres, 4 horses, 12 milk cows, 8 other cattle, 7 swine, 5 bushels of rye, 100 bushels of corn, 6 bales of cotton, 3 bushels of Irish potatoes, 15 bushels of sweet potatoes, 30 pounds of butter

Henry Gaedecke: 54 acres, 54 improved acres, 5 horses, 12 milk cows, 18 other cattle, 6 swine, 300 bushels of corn, 12 bales of cotton, 6 bushels of Irish potatoes, 20 bushels of sweet potatoes, 100 pounds of butter

Louise Kaiser: 149 acres, 18 improved acres, 1 horse, 4 milk cows

Max Hagermann: 15 acres, 15 improved acres, 1 horse, 2 oxen, 1 other cattle, 7 swine, 80 bushels of corn, 4 bales of cotton

Louis Kaiser: 129 acres, 32 improved acres, 5 horses, 17 milk cows, 33 other cattle, 15 swine, 20 bushels of wheat, 15 bushels of rye, 100 bushels of corn, 4 bales of cotton, 1 bushel of Irish potatoes, 150 pounds of butter, 25 pounds of cheese, 1 ton of hay

Charles Linke: 44 acres, 12 improved acres, 2 horses, 3 milk cows, 2 oxen, 6 other cattle, 4 swine, 12 bushels of rye, 25 bushels of corn, 1 bales of cotton, 1 ton of hay

Joseph Burger: 125 acres, 15 improved acres, 3 horses, 5 milk cows, 2 oxen, 8 other cattle, 5 swine, 8 bushels of rye, 40 bushels of corn, 4 bales of cotton, 4 bushels of Irish potatoes, 20 pounds of butter, 40 pounds of cheese, 1 ton of hay

Joseph Dungen: 100 acres, 35 improved acres, 3 horses, 10 milk cows, 4 oxen, 24 other cattle, 10 swine, 150 bushels of corn, 12 bales of cotton, 150 pounds of butter

J. Untermeyer: 130 acres, 9 improved acres, 4 horses, 7 milk cows, 2 oxen, 5 other cattle, 10 swine, 50 bushels of corn

Charles Voss: 150 acres, 15 improved acres, 1 horse, 7 milk cows, 4 oxen, 5 other cattle, 9 swine, 50 bushels of corn, 6 bales of cotton

Fred Schultz: 280 acres, 20 improved acres, 7 horses, 1 ass or mule, 25 milk cows, 6 oxen, 20 other cattle, 50 swine, 4 bushels of wheat, 2 bushels of rye, 300 bushels of corn, 4 bales of cotton, 3 bushels of Irish potatoes, 20 bushels of sweet potatoes, 150 pounds of butter

C. Burger: 280 acres, 30 improved acres, 3 horses, 8 milk cows, 2 oxen, 10 other cattle, 10 swine, 4 bales of cotton, 25 pounds of butter

H. Briedigam: 105 acres, 30 improved acres, 1 horse, 8 milk cows, 4 oxen, 20 other cattle, 6 swine, 6 bushels of wheat, 6 bushels of rye, 200 bushels of corn, 2 bales of cotton, 30 pounds of butter

J. H. Goodman: 100 acres, 26 improved acres, 4 horses, 2 asses and mules, 6 milk cows, 6 oxen, 25 other cattle, 16 swine, 100 bushels of corn, 10 bales of cotton, 4 bushels of Irish potatoes, 4 bushels of sweet potatoes, 100 pounds of butter

W. L. Campbell: 570 acres, 70 improved acres, 4 horses, 1 ass or mule, 6 milk cows, 4 oxen, 50 swine, 11 bales of cotton

T. J. Neavitt: 1300 acres, 250 improved acres, 10 horses, 6 asses and mules, 40 milk cows, 20 oxen, 50 other cattle, 21 sheep, 40 swine, 2300 bushels of corn, 66 bales of cotton, 10 bushels of Irish potatoes, 20 bushels of sweet potatoes, 9 tons of hay

A. Fitzgerald: 1020 acres, 120 improved acres, 16 horses, 20 asses and mules, 25 milk cows, 10 oxen, 665 other cattle, 22 sheep, 50 swine, 1500 bushels of corn, 35 bales of cotton, 10 bushels of Irish potatoes, 500 pounds of butter

R. C. Grace: 750 acres, 150 improved acres, 1 horse, 5 asses and mules, 10 milk cows, 6 oxen, 60 other cattle, 75 swine, 3000 bushels of corn, 120 bales of cotton, 300 bushels of sweet potatoes, 150 pounds of butter

T. J. Grace: 1150 acres, 150 improved acres, 1 horse, 4 asses and mules, 4 milk cows, 4 oxen, 15 other cattle, 50 swine, 400 bushels of corn, 25 bales of cotton, 100 pounds of butter

Josiah Shaw: 2700 acres, 200 improved acres, 15 horses, 2 asses and mules, 40 milk cows, 15 oxen, 100 other cattle, 20 sheep, 50 swine, 500 bushels of corn, 20 bales of cotton, 100 pounds of butter, 12 tons of hay

Robert Sellers: 500 acres, 130 improved acres, 9 horses, 6 asses and mules, 2 milk cows, 30 oxen, 50 swine, 800 bushels of corn, 25 bales of cotton, 15 bushels of sweet potatoes, 150 pounds of butter

J. E. Pearsall: 1250 acres, 350 improved acres, 8 horses, 10 asses and mules, 10 milk cows, 10 oxen, 9 other cattle, 108 swine, 4000 bushels of corn, 200 bales of cotton, 300 pounds of butter

William P. Trott: 400 acres, 30 improved acres, 2 horses, 2 asses and mules, 4 oxen, 64 bushels of wheat, 330 bushels of corn, 300 bushels of oats, 13 bushels of Irish potatoes, 150 pounds of butter

J. L. Walker: 180 acres, 50 improved acres, 5 horses, 13 milk cows, 6 oxen, 50 other cattle, 4 sheep, 15 swine, 150 bushels of corn, 16 bales of cotton, 8 gallons of wine, 500 pounds of butter

D. H. Crisp: 1340 acres, 370 improved acres, 5 horses, 13 asses and mules, 12 milk cows, 15 oxen, 60 other cattle, 80 swine, 2000 bushels of corn, 136 bales of cotton, 200 bushels of sweet potatoes

John H. Crisp: 1600 acres, 800 improved acres, 9 horses, 18 asses and mules, 10 milk cows, 10 oxen, 53 other cattle, 75 swine, 6000 bushels of corn, 260 bales of cotton, 15 bushels of peas and beans, 600 bushels of sweet potatoes, 120 gallons of wine, 120 pounds of butter

Robert Durden: 160 acres, 40 improved acres, 4 horses, 1 ass or mule, 5 milk cows, 50 swine, 400 bushels of corn, 10 bales of cotton, 100 pounds of butter

W. L. Patterson: 600 acres, 100 improved acres, 6 horses, 4 milk cows, 15 other cattle, 25 swine, 600 bushels of corn, 25 bushels of sweet potatoes, 150 pounds of butter, 1 ton of hay

W. B. Yates: 340 acres, 75 improved acres, 7 horses, 2 asses and mules, 7 milk cows, 25 other cattle, 40 swine, 800 bushels of corn, 15 bales of cotton, 25 bushels of sweet potatoes, 150 pounds of butter

H. B. Burford: 1000 acres, 160 improved acres, 3 horses, 8 asses and mules, 8 milk cows, 2 oxen, 40 other cattle, 60 swine, 1200 bushels of corn, 84 bales of cotton, 100 bushels of sweet potatoes, 250 pounds of butter

Beverly Seymour: 35 acres, 20 improved acres, 2 horses, 1 milk cow, 5 other cattle, 20 swine, 3 bales of cotton, 6 bushels of sweet potatoes, 30 pounds of butter

Gerhard Miller: 327 acres, 75 improved acres, 30 horses, 5 milk cows, 6 oxen, 40 other cattle, 30 swine, 1100 bushels of corn, 7 bales of cotton, 150 pounds of butter

Sion Bostick: 250 acres, 150 improved acres, 6 horses, 4 asses and mules, 4 milk cows, 1 ox, 36 other cattle, 15 swine, 700 bushels of corn, 50 bales of cotton, 40 bushels of Irish potatoes, 200 pounds of butter

G. B. Halyard: 325 acres, 175 improved acres, 18 horses, 8 asses and mules, 10 milk cows, 8 oxen, 70 other cattle, 8 sheep, 100 swine, 800 bushels of corn, 15 bales of cotton, 300 pounds of butter

Thomas H. Garner: 1765 acres, 200 improved acres, 3 horses, 7 asses and mules, 12 milk cows, 4 oxen, 30 other cattle, 20 swine, 1500 bushels of corn, 110 bales of cotton, 100 bushels of sweet potatoes, 200 pounds of butter

Daniel Miller: 730 acres, 150 improved acres, 11 horses, 2 asses and mules, 25 milk cows, 8 oxen, 100 other cattle, 40 swine, 800 bushels of corn, 49 bales of cotton, 150 bushels of sweet potatoes, 250 pounds of butter

Elizabeth Turner: 1025 acres, 225 improved acres, 8 horses, 11 asses and mules, 14 milk cows, 4 oxen, 20 other cattle, 25 swine, 500 bushels of corn, 35 bales of cotton, 10 bushels of sweet potatoes, 100 pounds of butter

George Turner: 1100 acres, 200 improved acres, 5 horses, 8 asses and mules, 125 milk cows, 40 oxen, 250 other cattle, 200 bushels of wheat, 300 bushels of corn

J. W. Tanner: 200 acres, 80 improved acres, 7 horses, 2 asses and mules, 30 milk cows, 10 oxen, 60 other cattle, 250 bushels of corn, 100 bushels of , 45 bales of cotton, 15 bushels of Irish potatoes, 400 bushels of sweet potatoes, 200 pounds of butter

John Emmel: 100 acres, 7 improved acres, 3 horses, 11 milk cows, 8 oxen, 30 other cattle, 12 swine, 25 bushels of corn, 1 bales of cotton, 8 bushels of Irish potatoes, 220 pounds of butter

Calvin Haynes: 467 acres, 220 improved acres, 9 horses, 5 asses and mules, 8 oxen, 25 other cattle, 30 swine, 1500 bushels of corn, 110 bales of cotton, 400 bushels of sweet potatoes, 100 pounds of butter

E. W. Perry: 1100 acres, 200 improved acres, 8 horses, 6 asses and mules, 22 milk cows, 10 oxen, 60 other cattle, 70 swine, 300 bushels of wheat, 2500 bushels of corn, 100 bushels of oats, 65 bales of cotton, 100 pounds of butter

John C. Upton: 200 acres, 80 improved acres, 8 horses, 2 asses and mules, 3 milk cows, 2 oxen, 5 other cattle, 50 swine, 30 bushels of rye, 800 bushels of corn, 30 bales of cotton

Wesley Smith: 640 acres, 50 improved acres, 8 horses, 2 asses and mules, 8 oxen, 50 bushels of corn, 40 bales of cotton

William Stapleton: 440 acres, 110 improved acres, 38 horses, 2 asses and mules, 36 milk cows, 16 oxen, 50 other cattle, 20 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 29 bales of cotton, 2 bushels of peas and beans, 10 bushels of Irish potatoes, 20 bushels of sweet potatoes, 300 pounds of butter

Mike Nave: 192 acres, 25 improved acres, 6 horses, 27 milk cows, 6 oxen, 200 other cattle, 10 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 100 pounds of butter

Henry Terrell: 125 acres, 35 improved acres, 5 horses, 1 ass or mule, 20 milk cows, 6 oxen, 200 other cattle, 18 swine, 170 bushels of corn, 9 bales of cotton, 5 bushels of Irish potatoes, 4 bushels of sweet potatoes, 20 pounds of butter

John G. Legg: 200 acres, 80 improved acres, 8 horses, 6 milk cows, 10 oxen, 23 other cattle, 10 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 31 bales of cotton, 100 pounds of butter

Sallie Connor: 170 acres, 70 improved acres, 6 horses, 1 ass or mule, 8 milk cows, 6 oxen, 19 other cattle, 14 sheep, 40 swine, 230 bushels of corn, 4 bales of cotton, 20 bushels of sweet potatoes, 200 pounds of butter

Elizabeth Jenkins: 160 acres, 25 improved acres, 13 horses, 1 ass or mule, 12 milk cows, 12 oxen, 12 other cattle, 60 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 100 bushels of sweet potatoes, 200 pounds of butter

C. C. Jones: 320 acres, 70 improved acres, 5 horses, 4 milk cows, 10 oxen, 50 other cattle, 30 swine, 300 bushels of corn, 11 bales of cotton, 250 pounds of butter

James McMillan: 160 acres, 25 improved acres, 2 horses, 16 milk cows, 2 oxen, 109 other cattle, 25 swine, 100 bushels of corn, 9 bales of cotton, 100 pounds of butter

Henry S. Coble: 153 acres, 18 improved acres, 1 horse, 11 milk cows, 2 oxen, 33 other cattle, 9 swine, 75 bushels of corn, 3 bales of cotton, 15 bushels of peas and beans, 200 pounds of butter

J. B. Moore: 160 acres, 23 improved acres, 1 ass or mule, 6 milk cows, 2 oxen, 22 other cattle, 35 swine, 150 bushels of corn, 17 bales of cotton, 20 bushels of sweet potatoes, 150 pounds of butter

Henry Robertson: 80 acres, 18 improved acres, 1 ass or mule, 9 milk cows, 4 oxen, 27 other cattle, 11 swine, 160 bushels of corn, 14 bales of cotton, 100 pounds of butter

William Goode: 320 acres, 20 improved acres, 4 horses, 10 milk cows, 2 oxen, 30 other cattle, 14 swine, 50 bushels of corn, 2 bales of cotton, 100 pounds of butter

David A. Hubbard: 484 acres, 70 improved acres, 2 horses, 2 asses and mules, 6 milk cows, 8 oxen, 6 other cattle, 40 swine, 300 bushels of corn, 40 bales of cotton, 150 pounds of butter

Calvin York: 240 acres, 10 improved acres, 2 horses, 10 milk cows, 2 oxen, 75 other cattle, 5 swine, 100 bushels of corn, 3 bales of cotton, 200 pounds of butter

Mike Goode: 141 acres, 26 improved acres, 7 horses, 10 milk cows, 10 oxen, 30 other cattle, 18 swine, 100 bushels of corn, 4 bales of cotton, 40 bushels of sweet potatoes, 100 pounds of butter

G. K. Hubbard: 970 acres, 170 improved acres, 3 horses, 3 asses and mules, 10 milk cows, 4 oxen, 15 other cattle, 75 swine, 700 bushels of corn, 71 bales of cotton, 10 bushels of peas and beans, 10 bushels of Irish potatoes, 50 bushels of sweet potatoes, 400 pounds of butter

F. M. Burford: 800 acres, 200 improved acres, 5 horses, 9 asses and mules, 60 milk cows, 18 oxen, 175 other cattle, 1 sheep, 75 swine, 20 bushels of wheat, 1200 bushels of corn, 30 bushels of oats, 90 bales of cotton, 20 bushels of Irish potatoes, 20 bushels of sweet potatoes, 200 pounds of butter

W. L. Adkins: 3830 acres, 630 improved acres, 45 horses, 27 asses and mules, 30 milk cows, 20 oxen, 200 other cattle, 140 sheep, 400 swine, 144 bushels of wheat, 6000 bushels of corn, 239 bales of cotton, 100 pounds of butter

R. G. Morgan: 200 acres, 35 improved acres, 3 horses, 9 milk cows, 2 oxen, 30 other cattle, 200 bushels of corn, 220 bushels of sweet potatoes, 200 pounds of butter

Sam B. Dehart: 320 acres, 60 improved acres, 7 horses, 14 asses and mules, 22 milk cows, 2 oxen, 58 other cattle, 30 sheep, 50 swine, 1000 bushels of corn, 50 bushels of oats, 7 bales of cotton, 100 bushels of sweet potatoes, 600 pounds of butter

L. C. Graves: 160 acres, 50 improved acres, 6 horses, 22 milk cows, 6 oxen, 200 other cattle, 30 sheep, 30 swine, 600 bushels of corn, 800 pounds of butter

S. D. McLeary: 260 acres, 65 improved acres, 15 horses, 35 milk cows, 7 oxen, 85 other cattle, 50 sheep, 35 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 9 bales of cotton, 300 pounds of butter

L. M. Mayes: 160 acres, 60 improved acres, 2 horses, 11 milk cows, 6 oxen, 25 other cattle, 60 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 28 bales of cotton, 25 bushels of peas and beans, 25 bushels of sweet potatoes, 300 pounds of butter

Thomas N. Insall: 1000 acres, 160 improved acres, 12 horses, 2 asses and mules, 31 milk cows, 14 oxen, 50 other cattle, 280 sheep, 34 swine, 1500 bushels of corn, 60 bales of cotton, 10 bushels of Irish potatoes, 10 bushels of sweet potatoes, 50 pounds of butter

Willis Spear: 1655 acres, 55 improved acres, 2 horses, 6 oxen, 7 swine, 400 bushels of corn, 19 bales of cotton, 800 pounds of butter

John Simmons: 337 acres, 60 improved acres, 20 horses, 20 milk cows, 4 oxen, 450 other cattle, 85 sheep, 25 swine, 600 bushels of corn, 12 bales of cotton, 40 pounds of butter

Jesse Jones: 26 acres, 26 improved acres, 2 horses, 2 oxen, 25 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 12 bales of cotton, 40 pounds of butter

Bernard Simmons: 50 acres, 7 improved acres, 3 horses, 15 milk cows, 2 oxen, 85 other cattle, 8 swine, 100 bushels of corn, 150 pounds of butter

C. Winfree: 563 acres, 30 improved acres, 2 horses, 17 swine, 100 bushels of corn, 3 bales of cotton

M. Cooper: 20 acres, 20 improved acres, 3 horses, 4 milk cows, 2 other cattle, 15 swine, 50 bushels of corn, 7 bales of cotton, 30 pounds of butter

William Ocker: 302 acres, 17 improved acres, 6 horses, 9 milk cows, 8 oxen, 3 swine, 80 bushels of corn, 8 bales of cotton, 15 bushels of sweet potatoes, 60 pounds of butter

M. Hollingsworth: 315 acres, 45 improved acres, 1 horse, 1 ass or mule, 5 milk cows, 12 other cattle, 8 swine, 125 bushels of corn, 4 bales of cotton, 200 pounds of butter

Isaah Evans: 245 acres, 60 improved acres, 3 horses, 10 milk cows, 6 oxen, 10 other cattle, 30 swine, 250 bushels of corn, 300 pounds of butter

Asa Townsend: 550 acres, 140 improved acres, 40 horses, 6 asses and mules, 30 milk cows, 12 oxen, 100 other cattle, 50 swine, 800 bushels of corn, 38 bales of cotton, 200 pounds of butter, 300 pounds of cheese

John B. Dodd: 555 acres, 130 improved acres, 11 horses, 2 asses and mules, 20 milk cows, 8 oxen, 100 other cattle, 50 swine, 300 bushels of corn, 48 bales of cotton

Henry Terrell: 760 acres, 300 improved acres, 14 horses, 5 asses and mules, 35 milk cows, 13 oxen, 120 other cattle, 600 bushels of corn, 38 bales of cotton, 400 pounds of butter

G. Gerstenberger: 300 acres, 25 improved acres, 3 horses, 10 milk cows, 10 oxen, 18 other cattle, 4 swine, 15 bushels of wheat, 12 bushels of rye, 300 bushels of corn, 17 bales of cotton, 500 pounds of butter

D. F. Payne: 400 acres, 70 improved acres, 4 horses, 1 ass and mule, 6 milk cows, 6 oxen, 6 other cattle, 40 swine, 300 bushels of corn

J. S. Eggleston: 162 acres, 40 improved acres, 2 horses, 4 milk cows, 6 other cattle, 125 bushels of corn, 11 bales of cotton, 100 pounds of butter

J. M. Carson: 1215 acres, 215 improved acres, 7 horses, 6 asses and mules, 8 milk cows, 12 oxen, 40 other cattle, 12 sheep, 30 swine, 20 bushels of wheat, 1200 bushels of corn, 81 bales of cotton 300 bushels of sweet potatoes, 400 pounds of butter

R. Meredith: 260 acres, 110 improved acres, 4 horses, 1 ass and mule, 5 milk cows, 1200 bushels of corn, 28 bales of cotton, 20 bushels of sweet potatoes, 200 pounds of butter

W. P. Boss: 365 acres, 115 improved acres, 9 horses, 12 milk cows, 2 oxen, 25 other cattle, 20 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 40 bales of cotton, 200 bushels of sweet potatoes, 600 pounds of butter

T. E. Ivey: 35 acres, 35 improved acres, 43 horses, 5 asses and mules, 30 milk cows, 8 oxen, 30 other cattle, 50 swine, 2000 bushels of corn, 121 bales of cotton, 100 bushels of sweet potatoes, 200 pounds of butter

E. B. Fowlkes: 1300 acres, 300 improved acres, 11 horses, 6 asses and mules, 20 milk cows, 14 oxen, 110 other cattle, 140 sheep, 100 swine, 1600 bushels of corn, 150 bales of cotton, 800 pounds of butter

E. B. Fowlkes: 700 acres, 400 improved acres, 5 horses, 9 asses and mules, 10 milk cows, 16 oxen, 30 other cattle, 100 swine, 3000 bushels of corn, 220 bales of cotton, 400 bushels of sweet potatoes, 50 pounds of butter

Z. Payne: 1810 acres, 210 improved acres, 10 horses, 6 asses and mules, 30 milk cows, 12 oxen, 160 other cattle, 100 sheep, 100 swine, 2500 bushels of corn, 91 bales of cotton, 200 bushels of sweet potatoes, 1000 pounds of butter

Louisa Townsend: 165 acres, 65 improved acres, 6 horses, 50 milk cows, 4 oxen, 300 other cattle, 75 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 6 bales of cotton, 15 bushels of sweet potatoes, 200 pounds of butter

W. B. McCormick: 80 acres, 80 improved acres, 2 horses, 2 asses and mules, 5 milk cows, 4 oxen, 20 other cattle, 5 swine, 600 bushels of corn, 35 bales of cotton, 10 bushels of sweet potatoes, 200 pounds of butter

John Tooke: 1020 acres, 220 improved acres, 12 horses, 8 asses and mules, 65 milk cows, 24 oxen, 300 other cattle, 100 swine, 500 bushels of corn, 117 bales of cotton, 800 pounds of butter

John Prude: 130 acres, 10 improved acres, 100 horses, 3 asses and mules, 3 milk cows, 6 oxen, 10 other cattle, 10 swine, 150 bushels of corn, 300 pounds of butter

O. B. Crenshaw: 970 acres, 205 improved acres, 15 horses, 9 asses and mules, 30 milk cows, 14 oxen, 100 other cattle, 50 swine, 900 bushels of corn, 96 bales of cotton, 200 bushels of sweet potatoes, 600 pounds of butter

S. D. Foote: 160 acres, 50 improved acres, 1 horse, 2 asses and mules, 10 milk cows, 2 oxen, 25 other cattle, 15 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 22 bales of cotton, 75 pounds of butter

Levi Mercer: 1580 acres, 280 improved acres, 6 horses, 4 asses and mules, 60 milk cows, 12 oxen, 500 other cattle, 30 swine, 500 bushels of corn, 131 bales of cotton, 10 bushels of Irish potatoes, 25 bushels of sweet potatoes, 300 pounds of butter

M. S. Townsend: 201 acres, 13 improved acres, 15 horses, 20 asses and mules, 6 milk cows, 2 oxen, 200 other cattle, 60 swine, 100 bushels of corn, 100 pounds of butter

Charles Hillman: 600 acres, 20 improved acres, 5 horses, 24 asses and mules, 4 milk cows, 100 oxen, 200 bushels of corn, 12 bales of cotton, 700 pounds of butter

C. Koeler: 100 acres, 9 improved acres, 1 horse, 5 milk cows, 2 oxen, 12 other cattle, 9 swine, 20 bushels of corn, 2 bales of cotton, 100 pounds of butter

J. Ehweiner: 100 acres, 20 improved acres, 1 horse, 7 milk cows, 4 oxen, 20 other cattle, 12 swine, 20 bushels of corn, 1 bales of cotton, 20 pounds of butter

B. Hoelscher: 100 acres, 9 improved acres, 7 horses, 5 milk cows, 8 oxen, 9 other cattle, 9 swine, 150 bushels of corn, 10 bales of cotton, 8 bushels of sweet potatoes, 100 pounds of butter

Allen Tooke: 217 acres, 80 improved acres, 4 horses, 25 milk cows, 8 oxen, 50 other cattle, 30 swine, 700 bushels of corn, 22 bales of cotton, 10 bushels of Irish potatoes, 400 pounds of butter

J. M. Woolsey: 600 acres, 55 improved acres, 2 horses, 2 asses and mules, 4 oxen, 11 swine, 900 bushels of corn, 69 bales of cotton, 100 pounds of butter

W. T. M. Smithson: 64 acres, 15 improved acres, 12 horses, 2 asses and mules, 20 milk cows, 8 oxen, 150 other cattle, 60 swine

C. A. Eason: 900 acres, 300 improved acres, 2 horses, 8 asses and mules, 36 milk cows, 8 oxen, 56 other cattle, 50 sheep, 80 swine, 1400 bushels of corn, 124 bales of cotton, 100 bushels of sweet potatoes, 800 pounds of butter

G. W. Taylor: 215 acres, 15 improved acres, 25 horses, 1 ass or mule, 16 milk cows, 10 oxen, 475 other cattle, 30 swine, 700 bushels of corn, 10 bales of cotton, 150 pounds of butter

Julius Obenhaus: 104 acres, 32 improved acres, 5 horses, 1 ass or mule, 10 milk cows, 3 oxen, 20 other cattle, 25 swine, 30 bushels of corn, 3 bales of cotton, 120 bushels of sweet potatoes, 300 pounds of butter

J. F. Barghdolt: 25 acres, 10 improved acres, 1 horse, 3 milk cows, 7 other cattle, 12 swine, 80 bushels of corn, 2 bales of cotton, 10 bushels of sweet potatoes, 300 pounds of butter

John Zwiegel: 1357 acres, 20 improved acres, 12 horses, 1 ass or mule, 20 milk cows, 4 oxen, 200 other cattle, 60 swine, 5 bushels of rye, 300 bushels of corn, 1 bales of cotton, 15 bushels of Irish potatoes, 100 bushels of sweet potatoes, 1200 pounds of butter

Arnold Obenhaus: 310 acres, 60 improved acres, 3 horses, 20 milk cows, 2 oxen, 150 other cattle, 40 swine, 400 bushels of corn, 6 bales of cotton, 200 pounds of butter

Henry Obenhaus: 100 acres, 90 improved acres, 3 horses, 3 asses and mules, 30 milk cows, 2 oxen, 70 other cattle, 25 swine, 350 bushels of corn, 7 bales of cotton, 400 pounds of butter

Friedrich Miller: 490 acres, 75 improved acres, 30 horses, 14 milk cows, 9 oxen, 39 other cattle, 25 swine, 150 bushels of corn, 3 bales of cotton, 7 bushels of sweet potatoes, 150 pounds of butter

W. H. Wallace: 192 acres, 30 improved acres, 1 horse, 13 milk cows, 2 oxen, 27 other cattle, 9 swine, 150 bushels of corn, 100 pounds of butter

R. L. Walker: 200 acres, 50 improved acres, 4 horses, 1 ass or mule, 9 milk cows, 2 oxen, 21 other cattle, 20 swine, 300 bushels of corn, 10 bales of cotton, 10 bushels of Irish potatoes, 50 bushels of sweet potatoes, 300 pounds of butter

Martin Whittle: 396 acres, 26 improved acres, 4 horses, 4 milk cows, 3 other cattle, 200 swine, 400 bushels of corn

D. S. Palmer: 240 acres, 60 improved acres, 3 horses, 2 asses and mules, 3 milk cows, 5 other cattle, 25 swine, 170 bushels of corn, 37 bales of cotton, 100 bushels of sweet potatoes, 100 pounds of butter

S. B. Walker: 106 acres, 50 improved acres, 2 horses, 8 milk cows, 2 oxen, 20 other cattle, 20 swine, 32 bushels of wheat, 300 bushels of corn, 11 bales of cotton, 20 bushels of sweet potatoes, 200 pounds of butter

M. D. Walker: 139 acres, 35 improved acres, 7 horses, 8 milk cows, 27 other cattle, 20 swine, 500 bushels of corn, 9 bales of cotton, 50 bushels of sweet potatoes, 250 pounds of butter

A. J. Romans: 50 acres, 18 improved acres, 1 horse, 2 milk cows, 3 other cattle, 40 swine, 50 bushels of corn, 2 bales of cotton, 80 pounds of butter

C. P. Brown: 390 acres, 60 improved acres, 4 horses, 2 asses and mules, 8 milk cows, 4 oxen, 40 swine, 1000 bushels of corn, 100 bushels of sweet potatoes, 300 pounds of butter

J. P. Daniel: 116 acres, 26 improved acres, 1 horse, 8 asses and mules, 15 oxen, 15 swine, 50 bushels of corn, 1 bales of cotton,50 bushels of sweet potatoes, 50 pounds of butter

J. B. Trott: 75 acres, 5 improved acres, 4 horses, 1 ass or mule, 5 milk cows, 14 other cattle, 100 sheep, 450 bushels of corn, 200 pounds of butter

Eli Clapp: 2060 acres, 60 improved acres, 11 horses, 2 asses and mules, 40 milk cows, 4 oxen, 70 other cattle, 60 swine, 300 bushels of corn, 15 bales of cotton, 500 pounds of butter

B. G. Ijams: 3625 acres, 125 improved acres, 6 horses, 3 asses and mules, 14 milk cows, 6 oxen, 40 other cattle, 40 swine, 500 bushels of corn, 30 bales of cotton, 75 bushels of sweet potatoes, 500 pounds of butter

W. W. Wooten: 69 acres, 17 improved acres, 2 horses, 3 milk cows, 12 swine, 325 bushels of corn, 6 bales of cotton, 12 bushels of Irish potatoes, 100 pounds of butter

E. P. Whitfield: 110 acres, 95 improved acres, 2 horses, 6 asses and mules, 14 milk cows, 2 oxen, 20 other cattle, 31 swine, 400 bushels of corn, 25 bales of cotton, 365 pounds of butter

J. F. Hicks: 250 acres, 25 improved acres, 3 milk cows, 2 oxen, 5 other cattle

J. S. Shropshire: 910 acres, 273 improved acres, 9 horses, 8 asses and mules, 10 milk cows, 30 oxen, 15 other cattle, 16 swine

Isam Tooke: 825 acres, 425 improved acres, 1 horse, 13 asses and mules, 10 milk cows, 12 oxen, 60 other cattle, 100 swine, 4000 bushels of corn, 250 bales of cotton, 300 bushels of sweet potatoes

David Tooke: 362 acres, 142 improved acres, 1 horse, 6 asses and mules, 12 oxen, 100 swine, 3000 bushels of corn, 125 bales of cotton, 700 bushels of sweet potatoes

Charles Kesler: 6950 acres, 150 improved acres, 7 horses, 4 asses and mules, 25 milk cows, 20 oxen, 30 other cattle, 50 sheep, 40 swine, 600 bushels of corn, 85 bales of cotton, 200 bushels of sweet potatoes, 200 pounds of butter

M. B. Mathews: 403 acres, 190 improved acres, 20 horses, 5 asses and mules, 6 milk cows, 12 oxen, 15 other cattle, 60 swine, 1000 bushels of corn, 54 bales of cotton, 100 bushels of sweet potatoes, 100 pounds of butter

J. L. Taylor: 700 acres, 230 improved acres, 6 horses, 8 asses and mules, 25 milk cows, 12 oxen, 60 other cattle, 75 swine, 2000 bushels of corn, 110 bales of cotton, 200 bushels of sweet potatoes, 300 pounds of butter, 2 tons of hay

N. A. Snavely: 42 acres, 30 improved acres, 3 horses, 1 ass or mule, 5 milk cows, 10 other cattle, 25 swine, 500 bushels of corn, 9 bales of cotton, 50 pounds of butter

J. G. Griffitt: 321 acres, 31 improved acres, 2 horses, 16 milk cows, 6 oxen, 35 other cattle, 35 swine, 100 bushels of corn, 10 bales of cotton, 500 pounds of butter

M. R. Kennedy: 200 acres, 40 improved acres, 12 horses, 20 milk cows, 18 other cattle, 70 sheep, 20 swine, 20 bushels of rye, 100 bushels of corn, 4 bales of cotton, 250 pounds of butter

A. M. Campbell: 1125 acres, 525 improved acres, 7 horses, 17 asses and mules, 20 milk cows, 30 other cattle, 350 sheep, 100 swine, 5000 bushels of corn, 268 bales of cotton, 300 bushels of sweet potatoes, 60 gallons of wine, 700 pounds of butter

Caswell Coats: 300 acres, 70 improved acres, 3 horses, 2 asses and mules, 7 milk cows, 3 oxen, 40 other cattle, 60 swine, 900 bushels of corn, 27 bales of cotton, 200 bushels of sweet potatoes, 150 pounds of butter

J. W. Anderson: 200 acres, 30 improved acres, 7 horses, 13 milk cows, 6 oxen, 60 other cattle, 70 swine, 150 bushels of corn, 6 bales of cotton, 500 pounds of butter

W. W. W. Bonds: 160 acres, 30 improved acres, 4 horses, 15 asses and mules, 4 milk cows, 130 other cattle, 30 swine, 700 pounds of butter

A. H. Davidson: 1190 acres, 320 improved acres, 4 horses, 7 asses and mules, 60 milk cows, 6 oxen, 200 other cattle, 20 swine, 2000 bushels of corn, 125 bales of cotton

John G. Logue: 444 acres, 400 improved acres, 4 horses, 7 milk cows, 30 swine

J. H. Jenkins: 45 acres, 45 improved acres, 9 horses, 8 milk cows, 20 other cattle, 20 swine, 500 bushels of corn, 16 bales of cotton, 40 bushels of sweet potatoes, 100 pounds of butter

C. W. Tait: 5000 acres, 400 improved acres, 40 horses, 20 asses and mules, 25 milk cows, 40 oxen, 100 other cattle, 200 swine, 60 bushels of wheat, 4000 bushels of corn, 825 bushels of oats, 268 bales of cotton, 50 bushels of Irish potatoes, 500 bushels of sweet potatoes, 26 gallons of wine, 250 pounds of butter

Adam Pelzer: 118 acres, 18 improved acres, 2 horses, 1 ass or mule, 22 milk cows, 40 other cattle, 70 swine, 3 bales of cotton, 50 bushels of sweet potatoes, 50 pounds of butter

J. W. E. Wallace: 130 acres, 100 improved acres, 4 horses, 2 milk cows, 4 oxen, 5 other cattle, 75 swine, 1500 bushels of corn, 27 bales of cotton, 150 pounds of butter

G. W. Smith: 25 acres, 25 improved acres, 2 horses, 6 milk cows, 20 other cattle, 20 swine, 100 pounds of butter

John Toliver: 274 acres, 217 improved acres, 64 horses, 75 milk cows, 4 oxen, 100 other cattle, 40 sheep, 100 swine, 1500 bushels of corn, 54 bales of cotton, 40 bushels of sweet potatoes, 40 gallons of wine, 700 pounds of butter

R. Y. Claiborne: 320 acres, 100 improved acres, 4 horses, 15 milk cows, 4 oxen, 60 other cattle, 1000 bushels of corn, 56 bales of cotton, 350 pounds of butter

William Bridge: 470 acres, 140 improved acres, 23 horses, 7 asses and mules, 35 milk cows, 122 other cattle, 60 swine, 700 bushels of corn, 80 bales of cotton, 500 pounds of butter

G. L. Perry: 1125 acres, 290 improved acres, 5 horses, 5 asses and mules, 16 milk cows, 4 oxen, 70 other cattle, 65 swine, 1500 bushels of corn, 85 bales of cotton

J. O. Tanner: 600 acres, 225 improved acres, 2 horses, 6 asses and mules, 7 milk cows, 25 other cattle, 60 swine, 2500 bushels of corn, 200 bales of cotton, 25 bushels of Irish potatoes, 350 pounds of butter

A. J. Smith: 330 acres, 80 improved acres, 4 horses, 2 asses and mules, 2 milk cows, 6 oxen, 40 other cattle, 40 swine, 500 bushels of corn, 30 bales of cotton, 500 pounds of butter

James Carlton: 1250 acres, 250 improved acres, 8 horses, 12 asses and mules, 40 other cattle, 150 swine, 1500 bushels of corn, 150 bales of cotton, 200 bushels of sweet potatoes, 500 pounds of butter

John Pinchback: 1500 acres, 300 improved acres, 260 horses, 40 asses and mules, 30 milk cows, 80 oxen, 3000 other cattle, 240 sheep, 100 swine, 2500 bushels of corn, 200 bales of cotton

William J. Wright: 1340 acres, 312 improved acres, 16 horses, 9 asses and mules, 25 milk cows, 12 oxen, 40 other cattle, 100 swine, 2000 bushels of corn, 170 bales of cotton, 100 bushels of Irish potatoes, 1500 bushels of sweet potatoes, 20 gallons of wine, 365 pounds of butter

H. W. Bennett: 300 acres, 70 improved acres, 4 horses, 1 ass or mule, 30 milk cows, 4 oxen, 70 other cattle, 50 swine, 800 bushels of corn, 40 bales of cotton, 30 bushels of sweet potatoes, 500 pounds of butter

P. E. Waddell: 525 acres, 225 improved acres, 2 horses, 11 asses and mules, 15 milk cows, 4 oxen, 40 other cattle, 75 swine, 2000 bushels of corn, 130 bales of cotton, 25 bushels of Irish potatoes, 500 pounds of butter

William Pinchback: 1370 acres, 450 improved acres, 2 horses, 10 asses and mules, 20 milk cows, 11 oxen, 60 swine, 100 bushels of wheat, 2000 bushels of corn, 400 bales of cotton

George W. Guinn: 400 acres, 50 improved acres, 21 horses, 3 asses and mules, 100 milk cows, 4 oxen, 1100 other cattle, 200 swine, 2000 bushels of corn, 11 bales of cotton, 500 bushels of sweet potatoes, 600 pounds of butter

T. T. Williamson: 2360 acres, 400 improved acres, 15 horses, 16 asses and mules, 25 milk cows, 14 oxen, 75 other cattle, 100 swine, 2000 bushels of corn, 135 bales of cotton, 700 pounds of butter

John Suggs: 681 acres, 100 improved acres, 8 horses, 2 asses and mules, 30 milk cows, 2 oxen, 45 other cattle, 200 swine, 1000 bushels of corn, 25 bales of cotton, 300 bushels of sweet potatoes, 500 pounds of butter

J. C. Loe: 681 acres, 160 improved acres, 19 horses, 19 milk cows, 6 oxen, 75 other cattle, 60 swine, 1200 bushels of corn, 75 bales of cotton, 140 pounds of butter

E. Mentor: 274 acres, 110 improved acres, 4 horses, 2 asses and mules, 6 milk cows, 8 oxen, 9 other cattle, 25 swine, 300 bushels of corn, 70 bales of cotton, 300 pounds of butter

H. D. Rhodes: 2585 acres, 585 improved acres, 17 horses, 32 asses and mules, 10 oxen, 4000 bushels of corn, 412 bales of cotton, 300 bushels of sweet potatoes

L. A. Washington: 1250 acres, 350 improved acres, 40 horses, 14 asses and mules, 100 milk cows, 16 oxen, 900 other cattle, 300 swine, 4000 bushels of corn, 160 bales of cotton, 400 bushels of sweet potatoes, 800 pounds of butter

A. A. Williamson: 1012 acres, 12 improved acres, 60 horses, 2 asses and mules, 40 milk cows, 2 oxen, 500 other cattle, 15 swine, 300 bushels of corn, 30 bushels of sweet potatoes, 400 pounds of butter

James C. Abell: 1110 acres, 60 improved acres, 18 horses, 1 ass or mule, 40 milk cows, 6 oxen, 560 other cattle, 50 swine, 350 bushels of corn, 5 bales of cotton, 50 bushels of Irish potatoes, 200 bushels of sweet potatoes, 200 pounds of butter

S. S. Montgomery: 2020 acres, 250 improved acres, 10 horses, 15 asses and mules, 30 milk cows, 20 oxen, 500 other cattle, 150 swine, 4000 bushels of corn, 250 bales of cotton, 80 bushels of Irish potatoes, 200 bushels of sweet potatoes, 200 pounds of butter

J. G. Montgomery: 1100 acres, 300 improved acres, 2 horses, 11 asses and mules, 20 milk cows, 8 oxen, 400 other cattle, 40 swine, 3000 bushels of corn, 175 bales of cotton, 300 bushels of Irish potatoes, 500 bushels of sweet potatoes, 100 pounds of butter

R. H. Foote: 2380 acres, 380 improved acres, 4 horses, 12 asses and mules, 1 milk cow, 12 oxen, 15 other cattle, 100 swine, 4000 bushels of corn, 320 bales of cotton, 50 bushels of Irish potatoes, 200 bushels of sweet potatoes

G. W. Thatcher: 2000 acres, 500 improved acres, 80 horses, 4 asses and mules, 50 milk cows, 10 oxen, 1000 other cattle, 70 sheep, 300 swine, 3000 bushels of corn, 200 bales of cotton, 600 bushels of sweet potatoes, 600 pounds of butter

J. S. Montgomery: 2400 acres, 800 improved acres, 150 horses, 40 asses and mules, 50 milk cows, 30 oxen, 1900 other cattle, 40 sheep, 8000 bushels of corn, 500 bales of cotton, 250 bushels of Irish potatoes, 600 pounds of butter

Wicks & Frazer: 800 acres, 400 improved acres, 12 asses and mules, 20 milk cows, 41 swine, 800 bushels of corn, 30 bales of cotton

John Matthews: 2250 acres, 800 improved acres, 8 horses, 42 asses and mules, 50 milk cows, 24 oxen, 350 other cattle, 10000 bushels of corn, 587 bales of cotton

McNeil & Anderson: 2050 acres, 650 improved acres, 15 horses, 15 asses and mules, 20 milk cows, 10 oxen, 75 other cattle, 50 swine, 4000 bushels of corn, 410 bales of cotton, 200 bushels of sweet potatoes

G. Goode: 2020 acres, 20 improved acres, 3 horses, 30 milk cows, 40 other cattle, 100 swine

C. C. Herbert: 11171 acres, 450 improved acres, 70 horses, 10 asses and mules, 20 milk cows, 10 oxen, 150 other cattle, 100 swine, 6000 bushels of corn, 300 bales of cotton, 1000 bushels of sweet potatoes, 700 pounds of butter

W. H. Strahan: 410 acres, 210 improved acres, 17 horses, 8 asses and mules, 30 milk cows, 14 oxen, 120 other cattle, 4 sheep, 100 swine, 900 bushels of corn, 100 bales of cotton, 800 pounds of butter

J. G. Newsom: 190 acres, 130 improved acres, 7 horses, 3 asses and mules, 4 milk cows, 6 oxen, 7 other cattle, 20 swine, 1000 bushels of corn, 40 bales of cotton

A. B. Bonds: 675 acres, 75 improved acres, 4 horses, 1 ass or mule, 6 milk cows, 4 oxen, 500 other cattle, 1200 bushels of corn, 30 bales of cotton, 100 pounds of butter

P. M. Garrett: 510 acres, 265 improved acres, 7 horses, 12 asses and mules, 7 milk cows, 8 oxen, 4000 bushels of corn, 160 bales of cotton, 1000 bushels of sweet potatoes

Dunovan [Dunovant] & Gordon: 1000 acres, 400 improved acres, 10 horses, 15 asses and mules, 30 milk cows, 10 oxen, 770 other cattle, 200 swine, 3000 bushels of corn, 280 bales of cotton, 50 bushels of sweet potatoes

W. J. Herbert: 800 acres, 300 improved acres, 6 horses, 9 asses and mules, 12 milk cows, 8 oxen, 55 other cattle, 25 swine, 2500 bushels of corn, 223 bales of cotton, 1000 bushels of sweet potatoes, 500 pounds of butter

John McMillan: 100 acres, 40 improved acres, 6 horses, 1 ass or mule, 12 milk cows, 10 oxen, 50 other cattle, 800 bushels of corn, 200 pounds of butter

R. Bonds: 290 acres, 100 improved acres, 20 horses, 3 asses and mules, 30 milk cows, 8 oxen, 270 other cattle, 60 swine, 1400 bushels of corn, 35 bales of cotton, 75 pounds of butter

John Sillar: 75 acres, 15 improved acres, 3 horses, 7 milk cows, 2 oxen, 15 other cattle, 7 swine, 75 bushels of corn, 4 bales of cotton, 50 pounds of butter

W. T. Strahan: 200 acres, 60 improved acres, 3 horses, 2 milk cows, 6 oxen, 15 other cattle, 150 bushels of corn, 33 bales of cotton

A. Alley: 1300 acres, 130 improved acres, 14 horses, 6 asses and mules, 30 milk cows, 12 oxen, 270 other cattle, 60 sheep, 100 swine, 1200 bushels of corn, 86 bales of cotton, 400 bushels of sweet potatoes, 300 pounds of butter

Jacob Clapp: 600 acres, 150 improved acres, 14 horses, 2 asses and mules, 20 milk cows, 8 oxen, 70 other cattle, 50 swine, 800 bushels of corn, 57 bales of cotton, 20 bushels of sweet potatoes, 500 pounds of butter

W. M. Slaughter: 607 acres, 7 improved acres, 1 horse, 2 asses and mules, 450 bushels of corn, 35 bales of cotton, 20 bushels of sweet potatoes

A. P. Wilson: 400 acres, 130 improved acres, 12 horses, 10 asses and mules, 24 milk cows, 12 oxen, 50 other cattle, 1100 sheep, 50 swine, 100 bushels of rye, 600 bushels of corn, 100 bales of cotton, 500 pounds of butter

James Wright: 1100 acres, 500 improved acres, 30 horses, 10 asses and mules, 13 milk cows, 24 oxen, 30 other cattle, 25 swine, 1500 bushels of corn, 271 bales of cotton, 300 bushels of sweet potatoes

C. Weikel: 100 acres, 30 improved acres, 4 horses, 10 milk cows, 6 oxen, 25 other cattle, 6 swine, 150 bushels of corn, 2 bales of cotton, 10 bushels of Irish potatoes, 100 pounds of butter

W. Harbert: 2700 acres, 850 improved acres, 100 horses, 20 asses and mules, 30 milk cows, 20 oxen, 130 other cattle, 350 sheep, 4500 bushels of corn, 465 bales of cotton, 100 bushels of sweet potatoes, 1000 pounds of butter

D. Kramhamer: 134 acres, 17 improved acres, 1 horse, 10 milk cows, 7 oxen, 20 other cattle, 4 swine, 30 bushels of rye, 300 bushels of corn

J. R. Muckleroy: 850 acres, 135 improved acres, 4 horses, 1 ass or mule, 15 milk cows, 12 oxen, 13 other cattle, 35 swine, 1000 bushels of corn, 38 bales of cotton, 30 bushels of sweet potatoes, 250 pounds of butter

William Frels: 800 acres, 120 improved acres, 30 horses, 20 milk cows, 10 oxen, 80 other cattle, 150 sheep, 60 swine, 1000 bushels of corn, 35 bales of cotton, 350 pounds of butter

Henry Balhorn: 122 acres, 47 improved acres, 9 horses, 1 ass or mule, 25 milk cows, 10 oxen, 100 other cattle, 20 swine, 6 bushels of rye, 300 bushels of corn, 10 bales of cotton, 6 bushels of Irish potatoes, 5 bushels of sweet potatoes, 200 pounds of butter, 3 tons of hay

John Hastedt: 88 acres, 35 improved acres, 3 horses, 11 milk cows, 2 oxen, 45 other cattle, 70 bushels of corn, 4 bales of cotton

E. Ruhmann: 100 acres, 30 improved acres, 2 horses, 1 ass or mule, 12 milk cows, 8 oxen, 30 other cattle, 5 swine, 10 bushels of wheat, 10 bushels of rye, 300 bushels of corn, 6 bales of cotton, 5 bushels of sweet potatoes, 100 pounds of butter, 1 ton of hay

H. Schmidekamp: 225 acres, 17 improved acres, 4 horses, 7 milk cows, 6 oxen, 35 other cattle, 24 swine, 6 bushels of wheat, 6 bushels of rye, 200 bushels of corn, 13 bales of cotton, 10 bushels of sweet potatoes, 50 pounds of butter

Augustus Linke: 250 acres, 20 improved acres, 1 horse, 3 milk cows, 2 oxen, 3 other cattle, 1 swine, 160 bushels of corn, 6 bales of cotton, 3 bushels of Irish potatoes

M. Muckleroy: 1000 acres, 460 improved acres, 6 horses, 6 asses and mules, 20 milk cows, 12 oxen, 80 other cattle, 75 swine, 45 bushels of wheat, 20 bushels of rye, 2000 bushels of corn, 70 bales of cotton, 600 bushels of sweet potatoes, 1000 pounds of butter

R. A. Hancock: 280 acres, 100 improved acres, 3 horses, 5 milk cows, 7 oxen, 10 other cattle, 30 swine, 700 bushels of corn, 30 bales of cotton, 350 pounds of butter

N. P. Smith: 290 acres, 45 improved acres, 1 horse, 1 ass or mule, 4 milk cows, 2 oxen, 4 other cattle, 40 swine, 1000 bushels of corn, 20 bales of cotton, 30 bushels of sweet potatoes, 50 pounds of butter

B. R. Fehrenkamp: 80 acres, 40 improved acres, 4 horses, 1 ass or mule, 20 milk cows, 6 oxen, 60 other cattle, 10 swine, 300 bushels of corn, 15 bales of cotton, 100 pounds of butter

F. Jurgens: 49 acres, 15 improved acres, 1 horse, 1 ass or mule, 4 milk cows, 11 other cattle, 3 swine, 300 bushels of corn, 10 bushels of sweet potatoes, 50 pounds of butter

William Heinsohn: 140 acres, 45 improved acres, 6 horses, 1 ass or mule, 16 milk cows, 6 oxen, 45 other cattle, 20 swine, 5 bushels of wheat, 15 bushels of rye, 800 bushels of corn, 13 bales of cotton, 20 bushels of sweet potatoes, 350 pounds of butter

William Winkelmann: 200 acres, 27 improved acres, 2 horses, 7 milk cows, 4 oxen, 28 other cattle, 16 swine, 300 bushels of corn, 12 bales of cotton, 7 bushels of sweet potatoes, 350 pounds of butter

F. E. Harwell: 800 acres, 125 improved acres, 6 horses, 3 asses and mules, 11 milk cows, 18 oxen, 25 other cattle, 40 swine, 500 bushels of corn, 300 pounds of butter

C. A. Allen: 380 acres, 80 improved acres, 9 horses, 4 asses and mules, 18 milk cows, 12 oxen, 60 other cattle, 75 swine, 1500 bushels of corn, 20 bales of cotton, 40 bushels of sweet potatoes, 450 pounds of butter

S. P. Hargrove: 630 acres, 30 improved acres, 1 horse, 3 milk cows, 4 oxen, 7 other cattle, 12 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 1 bales of cotton, 30 bushels of sweet potatoes, 200 pounds of butter

Mary Lassen: 385 acres, 50 improved acres, 4 horses, 6 milk cows, 10 oxen, 28 other cattle, 30 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 11 bales of cotton, 10 bushels of Irish potatoes, 100 pounds of butter

D. W. Hancock: 400 acres, 80 improved acres, 10 horses, 5 asses and mules, 10 milk cows, 8 oxen, 20 other cattle, 50 swine, 1000 bushels of corn, 28 bales of cotton, 8 bushels of Irish potatoes, 60 bushels of sweet potatoes, 400 pounds of butter

August Kinsler: 44 acres, 24 improved acres, 1 horse, 4 milk cows, 4 oxen, 7 other cattle, 12 swine, 3 bushels of rye, 50 bushels of corn, 5 bales of cotton, 6 bushels of Irish potatoes, 40 pounds of butter

Sophia Ernst: 300 acres, 60 improved acres, 6 horses, 1 ass or mule, 25 milk cows, 10 oxen, 20 bushels of rye, 25 other cattle, 12 swine, 100 bushels of corn, 20 bales of cotton, 4 bushels of Irish potatoes, 4 bushels of sweet potatoes, 200 pounds of butter

F. Buxkamper: 124 acres, 14 improved acres, 3 horses, 5 milk cows, 2 oxen, 10 other cattle, 11 swine, 7 bushels of rye, 100 bushels of corn, 7 bales of cotton, 200 pounds of butter

John Kinter: 160 acres, 50 improved acres, 4 horses, 6 milk cows, 8 oxen, 10 other cattle, 5 swine, 40 bushels of rye, 80 bushels of corn, 8 bales of cotton, 100 pounds of butter, 2 tons of hay

A. Heinsohn: 165 acres, 23 improved acres, 1 horse, 1 ass or mule, 17 milk cows, 8 oxen, 60 other cattle, 20 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 8 bales of cotton, 6 bushels of Irish potatoes, 50 pounds of butter

C. Schmiedeke: 50 acres, 10 improved acres, 1 horse, 4 milk cows, 4 other cattle, 100 bushels of corn, 3 bales of cotton

Kidder Walker: 145 acres, 25 improved acres, 3 horses, 2 milk cows, 6 oxen, 50 other cattle, 25 swine, 300 bushels of corn, 18 bales of cotton, 20 bushels of sweet potatoes, 240 pounds of butter

R. H. Tobin: 100 acres, 30 improved acres, 4 horses, 12 milk cows, 4 oxen, 70 other cattle, 200 bushels of corn, 10 bales of cotton, 250 pounds of butter

R. H. Tobin: 1800 acres, 150 improved acres, 2 horses, 4 asses and mules, 10 oxen, 60 swine, 1300 bushels of corn, 40 bales of cotton, 500 pounds of butter

C. Meyer: 100 acres, 25 improved acres, 6 horses, 2 asses and mules, 12 milk cows, 50 other cattle, 8 swine, 20 bushels of rye, 50 bushels of corn, 6 bales of cotton, 15 bushels of Irish potatoes, 100 pounds of butter

B. Beimer: 200 acres, 40 improved acres, 6 horses, 18 milk cows, 10 oxen, 48 other cattle, 1 sheep, 12 swine, 300 bushels of corn, 14 bales of cotton, 150 pounds of butter, 7 tons of hay

O. P. Kimbrough: 400 acres, 140 improved acres, 2 horses, 6 asses and mules, 3 milk cows, 6 oxen, 3 other cattle, 20 swine, 100 pounds of butter

Jacob Stanger: 75 acres, 25 improved acres, 6 horses, 1 milk cow, 8 swine, 100 bushels of corn, 6 bales of cotton, 3 tons of hay

William Miller: 75 acres, 21 improved acres, 2 horses, 2 milk cows, 2 oxen, 3 other cattle, 14 swine, 40 bushels of corn, 4 bales of cotton, 3 tons of hay

F. Prechectil: 287 acres, 111 improved acres, 5 horses, 3 asses and mules, 5 milk cows, 8 other cattle, 5 swine, 30 bushels of rye, 400 bushels of corn, 11 bales of cotton, 50 pounds of butter, 3 tons of hay

John Meismer: 100 acres, 14 improved acres, 1 horse, 8 milk cows, 2 oxen, 17 other cattle, 10 swine, 5 bushels of rye, 125 bushels of corn, 4 bales of cotton, 100 pounds of butter

G. Heinsohn: 100 acres, 30 improved acres, 2 horses, 1 ass or mule, 12 milk cows, 6 oxen, 23 other cattle, 30 swine, 20 bushels of wheat, 15 bushels of rye, 800 bushels of corn, 10 bushels of Irish potatoes, 150 pounds of butter, 1 ton of hay

G. Meikel: 81 acres, 24 improved acres, 3 horses, 4 milk cows, 6 oxen, 10 other cattle, 200 bushels of corn, 5 bales of cotton, 100 pounds of butter

John Gerngross: 60 acres, 12 improved acres, 16 milk cows, 2 oxen, 20 other cattle, 10 swine, 100 bushels of corn, 3 bales of cotton, 30 bushels of sweet potatoes, 100 pounds of butter

F. Cabron: 170 acres, 20 improved acres, 1 horse, 2 oxen, 4 swine, 150 bushels of corn, 11 bales of cotton

B. Schneider: 220 acres, 80 improved acres, 5 horses, 1 ass or mule, 45 milk cows, 8 oxen, 155 other cattle, 23 swine, 20 bushels of rye, 300 bushels of corn, 27 bales of cotton, 15 bushels of sweet potatoes, 150 pounds of butter, 7 tons of hay

August Voss: 80 acres, 30 improved acres, 3 horses, 6 milk cows, 2 oxen, 18 other cattle, 6 swine, 10 bushels of rye, 200 bushels of corn, 6 bales of cotton, 50 pounds of butter, 2 tons of hay

J. Strittmater: 32 acres, 7 improved acres, 2 horses, 1 milk cow, 1 other cattle, 16 swine, 80 bushels of corn, 1 bales of cotton, 5 bushels of sweet potatoes

John Spill: 150 acres, 32 improved acres, 3 horses, 11 milk cows, 6 oxen, 20 other cattle, 10 swine, 8 bushels of wheat, 20 bushels of rye, 300 bushels of corn, 8 bales of cotton, 10 bushels of Irish potatoes, 8 bushels of sweet potatoes, 100 pounds of butter

Henry Spink: 125 acres, 20 improved acres, 4 horses, 6 milk cows, 1 ox, 7 other cattle, 3 swine, 5 bushels of wheat, 12 bushels of rye, 100 bushels of corn, 2 bales of cotton, 1 bushel of Irish potatoes, 100 pounds of butter

G. Frels: 325 acres, 125 improved acres, 9 horses, 2 asses and mules, 14 milk cows, 12 oxen, 30 other cattle, 20 swine, 15 bushels of wheat, 12 bushels of rye, 150 bushels of corn, 10 bales of cotton, 200 pounds of butter, 3 tons of hay

J. Voss: 104 acres, 25 improved acres, 2 horses, 2 milk cows, 2 oxen, 17 other cattle, 15 swine, 4 bushels of rye, 150 bushels of corn, 10 bales of cotton, 7 bushels of sweet potatoes

John Heiman: 121 acres, 30 improved acres, 2 horses, 10 milk cows, 2 oxen, 20 other cattle, 5 swine, 250 bushels of corn, 10 bales of cotton, 300 pounds of butter

S. J. Redgate: 1000 acres, 50 improved acres, 3 horses, 25 milk cows, 4 oxen, 100 other cattle, 60 swine, 20 bushels of rye, 1200 bushels of corn, 9 bales of cotton, 300 pounds of butter

Joseph Henneke: 115 acres, 25 improved acres, 2 horses, 7 milk cows, 10 oxen, 35 other cattle, 4 swine, 100 bushels of corn, 5 bales of cotton, 100 pounds of butter, 2 tons of hay

Henry Pike: 183 acres, 20 improved acres, 2 horses, 5 milk cows, 4 oxen, 8 other cattle, 9 swine, 14 bushels of rye, 180 bushels of corn, 10 bales of cotton, 12 bushels of sweet potatoes, 50 pounds of butter, 5 tons of hay

G. Berkenhoff: 195 acres, 30 improved acres, 3 horses, 4 asses and mules, 3 milk cows, 4 oxen, 10 other cattle, 3 swine, 15 bushels of wheat, 15 bushels of rye, 200 bushels of corn, 7 bales of cotton, 50 pounds of butter, 4 tons of hay

C. Miller: 100 acres, 22 improved acres, 2 horses, 12 milk cows, 4 oxen, 40 other cattle, 10 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 9 bales of cotton, 5 bushels of sweet potatoes, 200 pounds of butter, 2 tons of hay

E. Weishuhn: 110 acres, 50 improved acres, 4 horses, 1 ass or mule, 32 milk cows, 12 oxen, 60 other cattle, 50 swine, 35 bushels of rye, 500 bushels of corn, 17 bales of cotton, 20 bushels of sweet potatoes, 100 pounds of butter, 6 tons of hay

C. Miller: 107 acres, 25 improved acres, 3 horses, 6 milk cows, 6 oxen, 30 other cattle, 12 swine, 250 bushels of corn, 5 bales of cotton, 100 pounds of butter

F. Becker: 200 acres, 20 improved acres, 3 horses, 2 asses and mules, 24 milk cows, 4 oxen, 40 other cattle, 8 swine, 25 bushels of rye, 80 bushels of corn, 9 bales of cotton, 50 pounds of butter

Elbert Dampken: 28 acres, 10 improved acres, 1 horse, 5 milk cows, 2 oxen, 7 other cattle, 7 swine, 10 bushels of rye, 100 bushels of corn, 4 bales of cotton, 3 bushels of sweet potatoes, 30 pounds of butter, 1 ton of hay

Bernard Halfmann: 100 acres, 45 improved acres, 2 horses, 5 milk cows, 2 oxen, 40 other cattle, 3 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 7 bales of cotton

H. Halfmann: 85 acres, 15 improved acres, 2 horses, 3 milk cows, 2 oxen, 5 other cattle, 2 swine, 100 bushels of corn, 5 bales of cotton, 25 pounds of butter, 1 ton of hay

M. Ramthun: 107 acres, 30 improved acres, 5 horses, 7 milk cows, 8 oxen, 20 other cattle, 16 swine, 300 bushels of corn, 13 bales of cotton, 6 bushels of sweet potatoes, 100 pounds of butter

B. Geistmann: 234 acres, 50 improved acres, 3 horses, 1 ass or mule, 15 milk cows, 6 oxen, 60 other cattle, 17 swine, 6 bushels of wheat, 6 bushels of rye, 300 bushels of corn, 9 bales of cotton, 8 bushels of sweet potatoes

Bernard Wildeman: 62 acres, 15 improved acres, 2 horses, 1 milk cow, 2 oxen, 2 other cattle, 1 swine, 100 bushels of corn, 8 bales of cotton, 2 bushels of sweet potatoes

F. Henneke: 325 acres, 50 improved acres, 6 horses, 2 asses and mules, 20 milk cows, 2 oxen, 80 other cattle, 7 swine, 1200 bushels of corn, 5 bales of cotton, 12 bushels of sweet potatoes

G. Fehrenkamp: 100 acres, 12 improved acres, 5 horses, 20 milk cows, 6 oxen, 60 other cattle, 20 swine, 250 bushels of corn, 2 bales of cotton, 100 pounds of butter

Louis Brune: 162 acres, 35 improved acres, 8 horses, 15 milk cows, 30 other cattle, 12 swine, 10 bushels of rye, 400 bushels of corn, 10 bales of cotton, 10 bushels of peas and beans, 28 bushels of Irish potatoes, 28 bushels of sweet potatoes, 45 bushels of barley, 100 pounds of butter

Jurgen Halfmann: 107 acres, 15 improved acres, 3 horses, 8 milk cows, 2 oxen, 30 other cattle, 11 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 7 bales of cotton, 150 pounds of butter

H. Herder: 120 acres, 16 improved acres, 4 horses, 20 milk cows, 2 oxen, 60 other cattle, 8 swine, 10 bushels of wheat, 400 bushels of corn, 6 bales of cotton, 10 bushels of Irish potatoes, 100 pounds of butter

J. D. Vogelsang: 200 acres, 40 improved acres, 5 horses, 8 milk cows, 10 oxen, 60 other cattle, 20 swine, 12 bushels of wheat, 500 bushels of corn, 10 bales of cotton, 15 bushels of sweet potatoes, 100 pounds of butter

Henry Miller: 200 acres, 60 improved acres, 4 horses, 7 milk cows, 12 oxen, 20 other cattle, 30 swine, 25 bushels of wheat, 25 bushels of rye, 250 bushels of corn, 6 bales of cotton, 15 bushels of Irish potatoes, 100 pounds of butter, 2 tons of hay

William Miller: 75 acres, 30 improved acres, 4 horses, 5 milk cows, 4 oxen, 25 other cattle, 12 swine, 8 bushels of wheat, 8 bushels of rye, 200 bushels of corn, 6 bales of cotton, 8 bushels of Irish potatoes, 15 bushels of sweet potatoes, 100 pounds of butter, 3 tons of hay

Henry George: 63 acres, 18 improved acres, 1 horse, 2 asses and mules, 5 milk cows, 4 oxen, 40 other cattle, 13 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 20 bales of cotton, 80 pounds of butter, 4 tons of hay

J. F. Klusmann: 15 acres, 10 improved acres, 2 horses, 5 milk cows, 8 other cattle, 50 bushels of corn, 1 bales of cotton, 50 pounds of butter

A. Maikoeter: 60 acres, 30 improved acres, 5 horses, 5 milk cows, 2 oxen, 40 other cattle, 10 swine, 300 bushels of corn, 10 bales of cotton, 30 pounds of butter

William Miller: 120 acres, 18 improved acres, 2 horses, 2 milk cows, 3 other cattle, 8 swine, 250 bushels of corn, 3 bales of cotton

John Kruse: 300 acres, 46 improved acres, 2 horses, 1 ass or mule, 20 milk cows, 30 other cattle, 20 swine, 5 bushels of wheat, 5 bushels of rye, 300 bushels of corn, 13 bales of cotton, 10 bushels of Irish potatoes, 350 pounds of butter

Frances Dungen: 1800 acres, 45 improved acres, 3 horses, 20 milk cows, 12 oxen, 40 other cattle, 16 swine, 50 bushels of corn, 13 bales of cotton, 75 pounds of butter

John Hillyer: 192 acres, 20 improved acres, 3 horses, 2 asses and mules, 7 milk cows, 13 other cattle, 12 swine, 25 bushels of wheat, 17 bushels of rye, 200 bushels of corn, 1 bales of cotton, 6 bushels of Irish potatoes, 6 bushels of sweet potatoes, 100 pounds of butter

H. Frels: 685 acres, 85 improved acres, 8 horses, 1 ass or mule, 30 milk cows, 6 oxen, 50 other cattle, 12 swine, 10 bushels of wheat, 400 bushels of corn, 19 bales of cotton, 12 bushels of Irish potatoes, 30 bushels of sweet potatoes, 300 pounds of butter, 4 tons of hay

John Torhorst: 125 acres, 16 improved acres, 3 horses, 8 milk cows, 4 oxen, 15 other cattle, 20 sheep, 6 swine, 20 bushels of wheat, 300 bushels of corn, 3 bales of cotton, 2 bushels of Irish potatoes, 10 bushels of sweet potatoes, 30 pounds of butter

John Horning: 50 acres, 16 improved acres, 4 milk cows, 4 oxen, 6 other cattle, 40 bushels of corn, 3 bales of cotton, 25 pounds of butter

John Coufal: 70 acres, 16 improved acres, 1 horse, 3 milk cows, 2 oxen, 6 other cattle, 3 swine, 50 bushels of corn, 5 bales of cotton, 5 bushels of sweet potatoes, 20 pounds of butter

Joachim Mewes: 50 acres, 10 improved acres, 2 milk cows, 2 oxen, 10 other cattle, 5 swine, 1 bushel of wheat, 4 bushels of rye, 40 bushels of corn, 2 bales of cotton, 5 bushels of sweet potatoes, 25 pounds of butter, 1 ton of hay

John Sillar: 30 acres, 10 improved acres, 1 horse, 2 milk cows, 2 oxen, 8 other cattle, 3 swine, 8 bushels of rye, 40 bushels of corn, 3 bales of cotton, 7 bushels of sweet potatoes, 25 pounds of butter

Henry Wolf: 50 acres, 12 improved acres, 3 milk cows, 2 oxen, 3 other cattle, 2 swine, 40 bushels of corn, 4 bales of cotton, 7 bushels of sweet potatoes, 12 pounds of butter

John Marek: 30 acres, 8 improved acres, 3 milk cows, 2 oxen, 5 other cattle, 6 swine, 10 bushels of rye, 150 bushels of corn, 1 bales of cotton, 6 bushels of sweet potatoes, 15 pounds of butter

Anna Johnson: 121 acres, 25 improved acres, 3 horses, 1 ass or mule, 10 milk cows, 8 oxen, 30 other cattle, 2 swine, 10 bushels of rye, 150 bushels of corn, 9 bales of cotton, 5 bushels of Irish potatoes, 40 bushels of sweet potatoes, 50 pounds of butter, 1 ton of hay

F. Golucke: 300 acres, 30 improved acres, 3 horses, 2 asses and mules, 4 milk cows, 8 oxen, 10 other cattle, 8 swine, 300 bushels of corn, 14 bales of cotton, 20 pounds of butter

Conrad Henneke: 130 acres, 20 improved acres, 1 horse, 2 milk cows, 2 oxen, 5 other cattle, 8 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 4 bales of cotton

Henry Henneke: 75 acres, 17 improved acres, 2 horses, 1 ass or mule, 5 milk cows, 10 other cattle, 2 swine, 8 bushels of rye, 150 bushels of corn, 2 bales of cotton

C. Fuchs: 38 acres, 13 improved acres, 3 horses, 4 milk cows, 2 oxen, 15 other cattle, 6 swine, 100 bushels of corn, 5 bales of cotton, 5 bushels of sweet potatoes, 70 pounds of butter

F. Kubijcek: 34 acres, 13 improved acres, 1 horse, 3 milk cows, 2 oxen, 5 other cattle, 8 swine, 5 bushels of rye, 50 bushels of corn, 2 bales of cotton, 3 bushels of sweet potatoes

R. Stoltze: 50 acres, 18 improved acres, 2 horses, 2 asses and mules, 12 milk cows, 12 oxen, 20 other cattle, 8 swine, 15 bushels of rye, 400 bushels of corn, 15 bales of cotton, 150 pounds of butter, 4 tons of hay

Anton Ficken: 40 acres, 11 improved acres, 1 horse, 3 milk cows, 9 other cattle, 10 swine, 80 bushels of corn, 3 bales of cotton, 3 bushels of sweet potatoes

M. Mosmeir: 105 acres, 16 improved acres, 1 horse, 1 ass or mule, 5 milk cows, 2 oxen, 17 other cattle, 5 swine, 80 bushels of corn, 5 bales of cotton, 25 bushels of sweet potatoes, 50 pounds of butter

John Leyendecker: 400 acres, 60 improved acres, 11 horses, 5 asses and mules, 70 milk cows, 4 oxen, 250 other cattle, 50 sheep, 20 swine, 600 bushels of corn, 20 bushels of Irish potatoes, 400 pounds of butter, 3 tons of hay

Ann Renzing: 330 acres, 13 improved acres, 1 horse, 4 milk cows, 3 oxen, 15 other cattle, 6 swine, 80 bushels of corn, 4 bales of cotton, 20 pounds of butter, 1 ton of hay

H. Ramdel: 210 acres, 50 improved acres, 3 horses, 3 asses and mules, 14 milk cows, 6 oxen, 35 other cattle, 7 swine, 3 bushels of wheat, 3 bushels of rye, 300 bushels of corn, 23 bales of cotton, 50 pounds of butter

Edward Weishuhn: 200 acres, 90 improved acres, 5 horses, 1 ass or mule, 24 milk cows, 10 oxen, 40 other cattle, 11 swine, 500 bushels of corn, 11 bales of cotton, 100 pounds of butter

Ernst Liermann: 69 acres, 25 improved acres, 3 horses, 20 milk cows, 30 other cattle, 6 swine, 150 bushels of corn, 6 bales of cotton, 100 pounds of butter

Bernard Miller: 60 acres, 45 improved acres, 4 horses, 3 asses and mules, 12 milk cows, 10 oxen, 40 other cattle, 5 swine, 100 bushels of corn, 13 bales of cotton, 15 bushels of Irish potatoes, 15 bushels of sweet potatoes, 600 pounds of butter, 6 tons of hay

Henry Barten: 200 acres, 14 improved acres, 3 horses, 9 milk cows, 2 oxen, 31 other cattle, 12 swine, 75 bushels of corn, 4 bales of cotton, 14 bushels of Irish potatoes, 20 bushels of sweet potatoes, 150 pounds of butter

A. J. Smith: 225 acres, 13 improved acres, 2 horses, 6 milk cows, 2 oxen, 9 other cattle, 9 swine, 100 bushels of corn, 2 bales of cotton, 6 bushels of sweet potatoes

William Smith: 75 acres, 14 improved acres, 1 horse, 4 milk cows, 1 ox, 9 other cattle, 12 swine, 75 bushels of corn, 3 bales of cotton, 30 bushels of sweet potatoes, 50 pounds of butter, 2 tons of hay

John Grabow: 100 acres, 30 improved acres, 3 horses, 3 milk cows, 6 oxen, 16 other cattle, 5 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 6 bales of cotton, 50 pounds of butter, 2 tons of hay

S. W. Cole: 80 acres, 15 improved acres, 30 horses, 1 ass or mule, 25 milk cows, 4 oxen, 675 other cattle, 34 swine, 300 bushels of corn, 100 pounds of butter

Jacob Sparks: 87 acres, 30 improved acres, 65 horses, 30 milk cows, 4 oxen, 170 other cattle, 40 swine, 250 bushels of corn, 5 bales of cotton, 200 pounds of butter, 1 ton of hay

Anton Braden: 350 acres, 14 improved acres, 5 horses, 10 milk cows, 10 oxen, 40 other cattle, 51 sheep, 14 swine, 300 bushels of corn, 10 bales of cotton, 200 pounds of butter

John Braden: 251 acres, 30 improved acres, 25 horses, 15 milk cows, 10 oxen, 85 other cattle, 8 swine, 700 bushels of corn, 3 bales of cotton, 200 pounds of butter, 4 tons of hay

Adam Braden: 460 acres, 60 improved acres, 30 horses, 24 milk cows, 10 oxen, 100 other cattle, 200 sheep, 800 bushels of corn, 9 bales of cotton, 10 bushels of sweet potatoes, 250 pounds of butter, 5 tons of hay

J. P. Wink: 225 acres, 16 improved acres, 4 horses, 10 milk cows, 2 oxen, 40 other cattle, 100 bushels of corn, 3 bales of cotton, 4 bushels of sweet potatoes, 100 pounds of butter

Peter Wendel: 235 acres, 25 improved acres, 6 horses, 4 milk cows, 3 oxen, 25 other cattle, 7 sheep, 7 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 4 bales of cotton, 12 bushels of Irish potatoes, 12 bushels of sweet potatoes, 25 pounds of butter, 4 tons of hay

Peter Frey: 180 acres, 30 improved acres, 8 horses, 15 milk cows, 4 oxen, 50 other cattle, 4 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 7 bales of cotton, 80 pounds of butter

Jacob Doree: 133 acres, 10 improved acres, 8 horses, 7 milk cows, 25 other cattle, 24 sheep, 5 swine, 150 bushels of corn, 2 bales of cotton, 20 bushels of sweet potatoes, 100 pounds of butter

Henry Elberfeld: 200 acres, 21 improved acres, 2 horses, 3 milk cows, 8 oxen, 4 other cattle, 2 sheep, 6 swine, 300 bushels of corn, 3 bales of cotton, 16 bushels of sweet potatoes, 40 pounds of butter, 5 tons of hay

J. Shillar: 100 acres, 30 improved acres, 1 ass or mule, 2 oxen, 5 swine, 300 bushels of corn, 7 bales of cotton, 10 bushels of sweet potatoes, 2 tons of hay

J. Zajicek: 75 acres, 20 improved acres, 1 horse, 2 milk cows, 2 oxen, 4 other cattle, 100 bushels of corn, 6 bales of cotton, 20 bushels of sweet potatoes, 2 tons of hay

Joseph Stock: 125 acres, 26 improved acres, 3 horses, 4 milk cows, 8 oxen, 8 other cattle, 12 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 4 bales of cotton, 50 pounds of butter

Frances Wendel: 100 acres, 30 improved acres, 2 horses, 7 milk cows, 4 oxen, 14 other cattle, 4 sheep, 3 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 9 bales of cotton, 12 bushels of sweet potatoes, 30 pounds of butter, 2 tons of hay

John Wendel: 100 acres, 25 improved acres, 1 horse, 6 milk cows, 4 oxen, 10 other cattle, 4 sheep, 9 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 7 bales of cotton, 8 bushels of sweet potatoes, 40 pounds of butter

William David: 1793 acres, 18 improved acres, 80 horses, 10 milk cows, 2 oxen, 40 other cattle, 1130 sheep, 200 bushels of corn, 2 bales of cotton, 900 pounds of wool

C. Kelch: 183 acres, 26 improved acres, 5 horses, 6 milk cows, 6 oxen, 8 other cattle, 150 sheep, 10 swine, 400 bushels of corn, 440 pounds of wool, 100 pounds of butter

Asa E Steward: 116 acres, 20 improved acres, 21 horses, 33 milk cows, 4 oxen, 17 other cattle, 26 swine, 80 bushels of corn, 2 bales of cotton, 60 bushels of sweet potatoes, 100 pounds of butter

William Miekow: 100 acres, 8 improved acres, 2 horses, 6 milk cows, 2 oxen, 6 other cattle, 6 swine, 2 bales of cotton, 8 bushels of sweet potatoes, 25 pounds of butter, 1 ton of hay

William M Steward: 116 acres, 10 improved acres, 21 horses, 40 milk cows, 2 oxen, 190 other cattle, 20 swine, 25 bushels of corn, 20 bushels of sweet potatoes, 120 pounds of butter,

A. Dunlavy: 327 acres, 24 improved acres, 35 horses, 3 asses and mules, 40 milk cows, 10 oxen, 60 other cattle, 350 sheep, 20 swine, 250 bushels of corn, 2 bales of cotton, 500 pounds of wool, 20 bushels of Irish potatoes, 10 bushels of sweet potatoes, 300 pounds of butter

Jacob Marz: 105 acres, 45 improved acres, 5 horses, 7 milk cows, 4 oxen, 20 other cattle, 3 sheep, 10 swine, 300 bushels of corn, 7 bales of cotton, 50 pounds of butter, 4 tons of hay

D. Graves: 185 acres, 40 improved acres, 1 horse, 1 ass or mule, 12 milk cows, 4 oxen, 70 other cattle, 12 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 7 bales of cotton, 50 pounds of butter

J. Hoover: 187 acres, 35 improved acres, 7 horses, 12 milk cows, 8 oxen, 25 other cattle, 30 swine, 400 bushels of corn, 3 bales of cotton, 150 pounds of butter

Fritz Frank: 144 acres, 17 improved acres, 1 horse, 1 milk cow, 4 oxen, 3 other cattle, 6 swine, 100 bushels of corn, 3 bales of cotton

Fritz Kansteiner: 87 acres, 11 improved acres, 5 milk cows, 2 oxen, 5 other cattle, 5 swine, 60 bushels of corn, 20 bales of cotton, 6 bushels of sweet potatoes

J. Burtschell: 170 acres, 40 improved acres, 4 horses, 7 milk cows, 12 oxen, 7 other cattle, 10 swine, 100 bushels of corn, 2 bales of cotton

G. Toliver: 166 acres, 16 improved acres, 5 horses, 1 ass or mule, 2 milk cows, 2 oxen, 12 other cattle, 20 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 1 bales of cotton, 100 pounds of butter

Lucy Wright: 162 acres, 22 improved acres, 10 horses, 10 milk cows, 14 oxen, 100 other cattle, 50 swine, 15 bales of cotton

Andreas Braden: 560 acres, 40 improved acres, 4 horses, 20 milk cows, 12 oxen, 50 other cattle, 50 sheep, 5 swine, 500 bushels of corn, 11 bales of cotton, 1000 pounds of butter

G. W. Cummins: 300 acres, 50 improved acres, 2 horses, 3 asses and mules, 5 milk cows, 2 oxen, 5 other cattle, 400 bushels of corn, 18 bales of cotton

T. S. Jarmon: 500 acres, 190 improved acres, 1 horse, 4 asses and mules, 5 milk cows, 6 oxen, 8 other cattle, 2000 bushels of corn, 30 bales of cotton

Mary Toland: 360 acres, 70 improved acres, 5 asses and mules, 12 milk cows, 18 other cattle, 700 bushels of corn, 40 bales of cotton, 100 pounds of butter

Joseph Wilburg: 70 acres, 20 improved acres, 1 horse, 5 milk cows, 2 oxen, 20 other cattle, 8 swine, 150 bushels of corn, 7 bales of cotton, 10 bushels of sweet potatoes, 50 pounds of butter

Anthony Geistmann: 253 acres, 60 improved acres, 5 horses, 15 milk cows, 8 oxen, 35 other cattle, 30 swine, 2 bushels of wheat, 6 bushels of rye, 200 bushels of corn, 16 bales of cotton, 6 bushels of Irish potatoes, 6 bushels of sweet potatoes, 100 pounds of butter

Aug. Sommerlatte: 140 acres, 40 improved acres, 2 horses, 4 milk cows, 4 oxen, 12 swine, 10 bushels of rye, 100 bushels of corn, 3 bales of cotton

John Weigel: 600 acres, 30 improved acres, 3 horses, 9 milk cows, 21 other cattle, 3 swine, 150 bushels of corn, 4 bales of cotton, 18 bushels of Irish potatoes, 5 bushels of sweet potatoes, 50 pounds of butter, 2 tons of hay

Charles Belzung: 90 acres, 50 improved acres, 3 horses, 6 milk cows, 2 oxen, 24 other cattle, 6 swine, 100 bushels of corn, 3 bales of cotton, 18 bushels of Irish potatoes, 5 bushels of sweet potatoes, 50 pounds of butter, 2 tons of hay

Joseph Walla: 120 acres, 50 improved acres, 2 horses, 3 milk cows, 2 oxen, 15 swine, 250 bushels of corn, 15 bales of cotton, 25 pounds of butter

F. Pissacek: 112 acres, 28 improved acres, 1 horse, 3 milk cows, 2 oxen, 18 swine, 9 bushels of rye, 60 bushels of corn, 5 bales of cotton, 50 pounds of butter

J. B. Niehus: 200 acres, 40 improved acres, 2 horses, 8 milk cows, 6 oxen, 10 other cattle, 10 swine, 150 bushels of corn, 11 bales of cotton, 3 bushels of sweet potatoes, 15 pounds of butter, 2 tons of hay

Henry Fisher: 300 acres, 50 improved acres, 7 horses, 14 milk cows, 8 oxen, 50 other cattle, 35 swine, 300 bushels of corn, 6 bales of cotton, 2 bushels of Irish potatoes, 30 bushels of sweet potatoes, 100 pounds of butter, 3 tons of hay

William Gaedke: 175 acres, 25 improved acres, 4 horses, 20 milk cows, 2 oxen, 80 other cattle, 15 swine, 6 bushels of wheat, 6 bushels of rye, 200 bushels of corn, 500 pounds of tobacco, 3 bales of cotton, 2 bushels of peas and beans, 15 bushels of Irish potatoes, 20 bushels of sweet potatoes, 360 pounds of butter

F. W. Hengst: 4 acres, 2 improved acres, 3 horses, 4 milk cows, 9 other cattle, 75 bushels of corn, 1 bales of cotton, 25 pounds of butter

Charles Reichardt: 625 acres, 25 improved acres, 12 horses, 20 milk cows, 160 other cattle, 10 swine, 7 bushels of wheat, 7 bushels of rye, 300 bushels of corn, 9 bales of cotton, 10 bushels of Irish potatoes, 10 bushels of sweet potatoes, 150 pounds of butter

Ludwig Litzman: 250 acres, 18 improved acres, 9 horses, 25 milk cows, 45 other cattle, 40 sheep, 5 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 7 bales of cotton, 30 bushels of sweet potatoes, 150 pounds of butter

John Schaberda: 450 acres, 20 improved acres, 2 horses, 30 milk cows, 10 oxen, 70 other cattle, 5 swine, 150 bushels of corn, 4 bales of cotton, 25 bushels of sweet potatoes, 100 pounds of butter

Robert Denish: 15 acres, 10 improved acres, 1 horse, 4 bales of cotton, 1000 pounds of tobacco, 25 bushels of sweet potatoes

Stephen Schemera: 10 acres, 6 improved acres, 2 horses, 2 milk cows, 3 other cattle, 40 bushels of corn, 1 bales of cotton, 5 bushels of sweet potatoes

Alex Himley: 148 acres, 22 improved acres, 5 horses, 80 milk cows, 2 oxen, 220 other cattle, 15 swine, 10 bushels of wheat, 10 bushels of rye, 300 bushels of corn, 2 bales of cotton, 20 bushels of Irish potatoes, 20 bushels of sweet potatoes, 300 pounds of butter

F. Kotzebue: 300 acres, 12 improved acres, 8 horses, 1 ass or mule, 30 milk cows, 4 oxen, 90 other cattle, 15 swine, 90 bushels of corn, 2 bales of cotton, 6 bushels of Irish potatoes, 6 bushels of sweet potatoes, 25 pounds of butter

Frantz Ordner: 300 acres, 70 improved acres, 3 horses, 2 asses and mules, 5 milk cows, 1 ox, 6 other cattle, 7 swine, 200 bushels of corn, 8 bales of cotton

H. E. Jordt: 38 acres, 8 improved acres, 1 horse, 18 milk cows, 60 other cattle, 180 bushels of corn, 2 bushels of peas and beans, 10 bushels of sweet potatoes

D. Johnson: 300 acres, 20 improved acres, 4 horses, 30 milk cows, 8 bushels of rye, 100 other cattle, 100 bushels of corn, 5 bales of cotton, 200 pounds of butter

J. C. Oaks: 160 acres, 18 improved acres, 5 horses, 11 milk cows, 2 oxen, 18 other cattle, 35 swine, 5 bushels of wheat, 5 bushels of rye, 30 bushels of corn, 3 bales of cotton, 150 pounds of butter

J. Riple: 190 acres, 18 improved acres, 1 horse, 4 milk cows, 2 oxen, 10 other cattle, 25 swine, 30 bushels of rye, 30 bushels of corn, 2 bales of cotton, 14 bushels of sweet potatoes, 100 pounds of butter

F. Shiller: 160 acres, 18 improved acres, 1 horse, 2 milk cows, 2 oxen, 4 other cattle, 20 swine, 10 bushels of corn, 3 bales of cotton, 5 bushels of sweet potatoes

B. Shiller: 160 acres, 10 improved acres, 1 horse, 2 oxen, 18 swine, 10 bushels of corn, 2 bales of cotton

Joseph Tinkler: 240 acres, 55 improved acres, 14 horses, 6 asses and mules, 12 milk cows, 4 oxen, 28 other cattle, 80 swine, 150 bushels of wheat, 40 bushels of corn, 3 bales of cotton, 400 pounds of butter

Samuel Fowler: 1310 acres, 44 improved acres, 5 horses, 10 asses and mules, 18 milk cows, 2 oxen, 40 other cattle, 200 swine, 300 bushels of corn

 

Schedule 5: Products of Industry

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Enumerated by George W. Breeding

Charles Ehlinger operates a public mill and gin valued at $4000 which used 200 cedar logs, 200 oak logs, 30 ash logs, 200 cottonwood logs, eight horses and a steam engine to produce 20,000 feet of sawed lumber. He had one employee who earned $20 per month.

C. Kesler [Kessler] operates a public mill valued at $4000 which used 1300 ash and oak logs and a 20 horsepower steam engine to produce 100,000 feet of planks. He had three employees and a total payroll of $75 per month.

Folts & Burford operate a blacksmith shop valued at $3200 which used 1200 pounds of slab iron, 3000 pounds of Eng. [English?] bars, 1000 pounds of round iron, 500 pounds of steel, and 2500 pounds of charcoal to produce 2000 disk plows, 3000 "S & B" [single bottom?] plows, and 2000 pounds of wagon iron. They had three employees and a total payroll of $100 per month.

F. Duncan [Dungen] operates a public mill valued at $3000 which used 500 oak and ash logs and a 15 horsepower steam engine to produce 62,500 planks. He had four employees and a total payroll of $60 per month.

 

Schedule 6: Social Statistics

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Enumerated by George W. Breeding

The total value of real estate in the county was $2,400,300; the total value of personal estates in the county was $2,979,091. Both values were determined by the assessor and collector.

Residents of the county paid $7000.24 in state taxes, $3500.12 in county taxes, and $351.00 in poll taxes.

There were ten schools in the county, profiled as follows: a common school with 1 teacher, 27 students, and $400 in annual receipts; a common school with 1 teacher, 28 students, and $160 in annual receipts; a common school with 1 teacher, 28 students, and $300 in annual receipts; a common school with 1 teacher, 28 students, and $500 in annual receipts; a common school with 1 teacher, 35 students, and $200 in annual receipts; a common school with 1 teacher, 40 students, and $400 in annual receipts; a common school with 1 teacher, 38 students, and $350 in annual receipts; a common school with 1 teacher, 30 students, and $300 in annual receipts; Columbus Female Seminary with 3 teachers, 60 students, and $2400 in annual receipts; Colorado College with 3 teachers, 70 students, and $1800 in annual receipts. No school had an endowment, or received any tax or public money.

There were no libraries in the county.

There was one newspaper, the Colorado Citizen, an independent weekly with a circulation of 700.

There were ten churches in the county, profiled as follows: an Evangelical Lutheran church which will accommodate 200 people valued at $1100; a Methodist church which will accommodate 200 people valued at $300; a Roman Catholic church which will accommodate 400 people valued at $3000; a Roman Catholic church which will accommodate 120 people valued at $1000; a Union church which will accommodate 200 people valued at $300; a Methodist church which will accommodate 500 people valued at $3000; a Methodist church which will accommodate 350 people valued at $2000; a Methodist church which will accommodate 200 people valued at $1000; a Baptist church which will accommodate 800 people valued at $5000; and a Lutheran church which will accommodate 300 people valued at $1200.

No activity regarding paupers was reported.

One native born person was convicted of a criminal offense and was in prison on June 1, 1860. No foreign born persons were.

The average monthly wage of a farm hand with board was $20.00. The average daily wage of a day laborer with board was $1.00. The average daily wage of a day laborer without board was $1.50. The average daily wage to a carpenter without board was $2.50. The average weekly price of board for a worker was $4.00.

 

[Concluding Statement]

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State of Texas
County of Colorado

Personally appeared before me R J Putney a Justice of the Peace for the County of Colorado Geo W Breeding Asst U S Marshal who says on oath that the foregoing pages - (To Wit) 109 Pages of Shedule No 1 45 Pages of Shedule No 2 7 Pages of Shedule No 3 21 Pages of Schedules No 4 - & 1 Page Schedule No 5 - and 1 Page Schedule No 6 - Total 184 Pages in Number contain a true and correct enumeration of his subdivision according to the law and instructions, to the best of his knolledege and belief

Subscribed & Sworn this Sept 17 1860

R J Putney J. P. C. C.

Geo W. Breeding, Asst U S Marshal E. D. T.