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1790 census


State County Town Name of Head of Family Free white males of 16 years and upward Free white males under 16 years Free white females All other free persons Slaves
Connecticut Hartford East Windsor Alexander 1 4 2
Connecticut Hartford Granby Richard 2 3 3
Connecticut Hartford Simsbury Elias [Viney] 3 5 2
Maine Cumberland1 Durham Benjamin 3 1 4
Maine Cumberland1 Durham John 1 1 2
Maine Lincoln Balltown Jonah 2 4 4
Massachusetts Berkshire Windsor Israel 1 2 2
Massachusetts Essex Lynn Samuel 1 4 1
Massachusetts Essex Salem Thomas 1 1 5
Massachusetts Hampshire Chesterfield Ebenezer 1 3 3
Massachusetts Hampshire Leyden John Randall 1 5 1
Massachusetts Hampshire Plainfield George 1 4 3
Massachusetts Plymouth Abington Benjamin Jr. 2 1 3
Massachusetts Plymouth Abington Ebed 1 2 2
Massachusetts Plymouth Abington Elisha 1 2
Massachusetts Plymouth Abington Elisha Jr. 1 2
Massachusetts Suffolk Weymouth John 2 2
Massachusetts Suffolk Weymouth Joseph Jr. 1 2
Massachusetts Suffolk Weymouth Benjamin 2 1 2
Massachusetts Suffolk Weymouth Rich[ard] 1 1
Massachusetts Suffolk Weymouth Nehe[miah] 1 2
Massachusetts Suffolk Weymouth David 3 4 4
Massachusetts Worcester Fitchburgh John [Venning] 1 2
New York Albany2 Coxsackie David 1 1 4
New York Albany Freehold Township Rosena 2
New York Montgomery Chemung Township Jonas [Vinings] 2 1 2
North Carolina Fayette District Anson Thomas 1 1 5 6
South Carolina Charleston [no township listed] Samuel [Vening] 1 3 5 7
South Carolina Cheraws District ? Jesse 1 1 2
South Carolina Cheraws District ? Thomas 1 2 3


1Durham is now in Androscoggin County.
2Coxsackie is now in Greene County.