Addison Township

Census Records for 1810

How to read the tables:

  1. Column #1 (names) are the names of the household

  2. Column #2 (<10)   are the number of males under 10 years of age

  3. Column #3 (<16)   are the number of males from age 10 to 16

  4. Column #4 (<26)   are the number of males from age 16 to 26

  5. Column #5 (<45)   are the number of males from age 26 to 45

  6. Column #6 (45>)   are the number of males over the age of 45

  7. Column #7 (<10)   are the number of females under 10 years of age

  8. Column #8 (<16)   are the number of females from age 10 to 16

  9. Column #9 (<26)   are the number of females from age 16 to 26

  10. Column #10 (<45) are the number of females from age 26 to 45

  11. Column #11 (45>) are the number of females over the age of 45

Names <10 <16 <26 <45 45> <10 <16 <26 <45 45>
Abraham, Gabriel
Augustine, Peter, Sr.
Augustine, Peter, Jr.
Augustine, Frederick
Boyer, William
Brown, Robert
Burgess, John
Bowser, Henry
Bowser, Peter
Boardman, James
Brennenbury,Frederick
Black, Jonathan
Bird,Derick
Bear, Adam
Cockebough, John
Campbell, James
Coiler, John
Flickinger, Jacob
Geller, George
Gieger, John Sr.
Gieger, John Jr.
Goumer, Jacob
Glass, Henry
Gleitz, Jacob
Gieger, Windo
Goumer, Richard
Harden, Sevil
Hyman, Christian
Hyman, Henry
Hyman, Philip
Harden, George
Harden, Isaac ~of george
Hahn, John
Harden, Isaac
Hardy, William
Hardy, Joseph
Hoover, John
Hestond, John
Heston, Isaac
Hileman, Marten
Huff, Thomas Sr.
Huff, Thomas Jr.
Hershberger, John
Hindbaugh, George Jr.
Hilman, Henry
Hoover, Henry
Huff, Abraham
Husher, Mary
Hider, Adam
Infield, John
Infield, Fredrick
Jonas, Joseph
Kemp, Edward
Kemp, John
Leech, Josesph
Liston, John
Lenhart, Peter
Longley, John
Lingel,Thomas
Long,Benjamin
Long, Wiliiam
M__,Jamenunreadable
McNear, John
Mitchell,James
Mitchell,Benjamin
Miller, George
Moyers, Henry
Mountain, Joseph
McClintock, Robert
McClintock, William
McClatehy, Henry
McClintock,JohnEsq.
Nichols,Jacob
Olinger, Christian
Ohler, George
Ooster, Henry
Parnell, Bedwell
Peck, John Jr.
Peck, John Sr.
Peck, Jacob
Roade, Joseph
Rowen, John
Rowen, Stewart
Rowen, William
Robison,George
Rupple, Jacob
Rigley, Henry
Rowen, Jesse
Ringer, Joseph
Sackman, William
Silbaugh, William
Silbaugh, Conrad
Smith, James
Smith, Philip
Smith, Jacob
Smith, Henry
 ~unreadable
 ~unreadable
Suder, John
Stam,George
Stuck, Mathias
Turny, widow
Turny, John
Turny, George
Turny, Jacob
 ~unreadable
 ~unreadable
Wright, James Jr.
Welsh, widow
Will, Conrad
White, Vatchel
Wilkins, James
Wilson,William
Wass, George
Wersing,John
total 112 136 51 60 59 43 144 38 66 48 33

*there were no slaves in Addison Twp. in 1810