Every effort has been made to transcribe this census as written. There
may be some errors, but these will mostly be errors in interpretation of
writing as opposed to errors of omission. There are some obvious errors
made by the census taker in recording sex, for instance, but they have
been transcribed exactly as written. If the age was less than one year,
it was written as a fraction in twelfths. Here it has been transcribed
in the number of months followed by the letter "M."
The census has been arranged in separate files for each page. There
is also an every name index for the entire census that is arranged alphabetically.
Each person in the index is linked to their respective census page
and line. Merely click on the person in the index and you will go to that
person in the census. When you are done looking at that page, click
on your browser's BACK button to return to the index right where you left
it. If you want to go to another page or a different area of the index,
full navigational capability is located at the bottom of each page.
The data is arranged in columns as follows:
The Post Office or Local Community was listed as Columbia throughout
the Census. Beginning with family number 207, the enumerator uses the "Township
The enumerator made several errors in numbering the families. Therefore,
family numbers are not always consecutive. Numbers 145, 428, 472, and 473
were used twice with different dwelling numbers. Numbers 430, 470, and
471 were not used.