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Montgomery County, Ohio, Census 1820 US

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Montgomery County 1820 Census Totals

Table 1A: 1820 US Census - Montgomery County
Totals: Free White Males. [1]

Locale
FWM
<10
FWM
10 <16
FWM
16 <19
FWM
16 <26
FWM
26 <45
FWM
>44
Township of Randolph 317 105 31 111 132 72
Township of Butler 340 119 33 139 161 83
Township of Madison 197 95 30 81 74 55
Township of Jefferson 250 107 42 146 99 87
Township of Jackson 218 93 33 104 73 67
Township of Wayne 129 75 19 59 59 42
Town of Dayton 166 58 23 104 127 54
Township of Dayton 502 223 50 225 247 142
Township of Washington 645 236 65 305 291 177
Township of German 422 170 46 196 175 126
Totals 3,186 1,281 372 1,470 1,438 904


Table 1B: 11820 US Census - Montgomery County
Totals: Free White Females.

Locale
FWF
<10
FWF
10 <16
FWF
16 <26
FWF
26 <45
FWF
>44
Township of Randolph 274 104 119 110 59
Township of Butler 353 106 128 153 58
Township of Madison 199 86 81 84 47
Township of Jefferson 258 112 117 100 63
Township of Jackson 213 105 99 81 46
Township of Wayne 156 64 60 62 22
Town of Dayton 154 62 106 86 34
Township of Dayton 446 183 253 204 93
Township of Washington 581 245 304 267 121
Township of German 399 149 194 169 78
Totals 3,033 1,216 1,461 1,316 621


Table 1C: 1820 US Census - Montgomery County
Totals: Miscellaneous Counts.

Locale
Not
Naturalized
Ag
Workers
Comm
Workers
Mfg
Workers
Township of Randolph 5 265 2 15
Township of Butler 6 325 - 34
Township of Madison 2 173 - 10
Township of Jefferson - 194 3 48
Township of Jackson 1 195 - 19
Township of Wayne 5 129 - 10
Town of Dayton - 30 18 157
Township of Dayton - 453 2 100
Township of Washington 41 540 5 131
Township of German 3 346 7 88
Totals 63 2,650 37 612


Table 1D: 1820 US Census - Montgomery County
Totals: Free Colored Persons - Males.

Locale
FCPM
<14
FCPM
14 <26
FCPM
26 <45
FCPM
>44
Township of Randolph - 1 - -
Township of Butler 3 - 1 -
Township of Madison - - - -
Township of Jefferson - - - -
Township of Jackson - - - -
Township of Wayne - 1 - -
Town of Dayton 10 6 7 2
Township of Dayton 5 2 - 1
Township of Washington 1 - - -
Township of German - 1 - -
Totals 19 11 8 3


Table 1E: 1820 US Census - Montgomery County
Totals: Free Colored Persons - Females.

Locale
FCPF
<14
FCPF
14 <26
FCPF
26 <45
FCPF
>44
Township of Randolph - - - -
Township of Butler 2 - 1 -
Township of Madison - - -
Township of Jefferson - - - -
Township of Jackson - - - -
Township of Wayne - - - -
Town of Dayton 9 7 5 3
Township of Dayton 2 1 1 -
Township of Washington 1 - - -
Township of German - - - -
Totals 14 8 7 3


Table 1F: 1820 US Census - Montgomery County
Totals: listed locale.

Locale
Total
Persons
Township of Randolph 1,404
Township of Butler 1,646
Township of Madison 999
Township of Jefferson 1,339
Township of Jackson 1,099
Township of Wayne 729
Town of Dayton 1,000
Township of Dayton 2,530
Township of Washington 3,174
Township of German 2,079
Totals 15,999


NOTES:
1. There were no slaves (male or female) enumerated in Montgomery County for the 1820 US Census.
2. There were no enumerated All other person except Indians not taxed in Montgomery County for the 1820 US Census.

1820 US Census Record Layout

Table 2: 1820 US Census - Basic Census record Layout.
PID1

Page2

Line3

Rec4

FName5

LName6

Col
77
Col
88
Col
99
Col
1010
Col
1111
Col
1212
[record URL P100-L01] 100 01 A FNAME LNAME x x x x x x
[record URL P100-L01] 100 01 B FNAME LNAME x x x x x -
[record URL P100-L01] 100 01 C FNAME LNAME x x x x - -
[record URL P100-L01] 100 01 D FNAME LNAME x x x x - -
[record URL P100-L01] 100 01 E FNAME LNAME x x x x - -
[record URL P100-L01] 100 01 F FNAME LNAME x x x x - -
[record URL P100-L01] 100 01 G FNAME LNAME x x x x x -
[record URL P100-L02] 100 02 A FNAME LNAME x x x x x x
[record URL P100-L02] 100 02 B FNAME LNAME x x x x x -
[record URL P100-L02] 100 02 C FNAME LNAME x x x x - -
[record URL P100-L02] 100 02 D FNAME LNAME x x x x - -
[record URL P100-L02] 100 02 E FNAME LNAME x x x x - -
[record URL P100-L02] 100 02 F FNAME LNAME x x x x - -
[record URL P100-L02] 100 02 G FNAME LNAME x x x x x -

NOTES:
1. The Permanent ID (PID) provides a page anchor point for the table row.It consists of two parts: the first part is the unique ID on the Wikitree page that serves as the anchor point and the second part is the link to the specific census record at Familysearch.org that will provide the capability of viewing the actual census page image for that individual. Note: that Familysearch requires a userid (Free) to access records within their systems.
2. The Page refers to the page # of the census record in the original census file. These page numbers are either stamped or handwritten somewhere on the page.
3. The Line refers to the line number on the page of the census. The number of lines per page for this census year is variable as the federal government did not provide pre-printed census forms of a uniform size.[2]
4. Please note that the original census records do not contain this record type column; it is an additional element used to facilitate data presentation on these Wikitree pages.
The Rec column refers to the record type. Since the 1820 US census line is too long to detail all columns on Wikitree pages, the line is segmented into 7 blocks labeled A thru G. Each one of these blocks contains a number of columns (4 or 5 or 6) with count data as follows:

  • A: Free White Males
  • B: Free White Females
  • C: Miscellaneous Counts
  • D: Slaves - Males
  • E: Slaves - Females
  • F: Free Colored Persons - Males
  • G: Free Colored Persons - Females

Since not all blocks are populated on the original census line, any block with empty counts for the entire block will be omitted from this transcription. For example, if there are not counts for Slaves (males and/or females), blocks D and/or E will not be included. So the records for that household might only include A, B, C, and possibly F and G, but not D nor E.
There were no slaves (male or female) enumerated in Montgomery County for the 1820 US Census.
5. The first name of the head of household.
6. The surname of the head of household. This field can also be used to link to the individual WikiTree profile of the individual, if the profile exists and has been linked to this table.

Columns 7 thru 12 are the count values for the specific record type and question.

  1. A cell with a value of "." means the census record did not include a count for that category. This makes the table easier to view, rather than using a value of 0.
  2. A cell with a value of "-" means the that category and count field is not applicable. This serves to indicate to the viewer that the table cell intentionally does not contain a count value.

7. 1st Count field (Col 7), used as follows:

  • Record Type A: Free White Males: <10 years old.
  • Record Type B: Free White Females: <10 years old.
  • 'Record Type C: Miscellaneous Counts: Foreigners Not Naturalized.
  • Record Type D: Slaves - Males: <14 years old.
  • Record Type E: Slaves - Females: <14 years old.
  • Record Type F: Free Colored Persons - Males: <14 years old.
  • Record Type G: Free Colored Persons - Females: <14 years old.

8. 2nd Count field (Col 8), used as follows:

  • Record Type A: Free White Males: 10 <16 years old.
  • Record Type B: Free White Females: 10 <16 years old.
  • 'Record Type C: Miscellaneous Counts: number of persons engaged in Agriculture.
  • Record Type D: Slaves - Males: 14 <26 years old.
  • Record Type E: Slaves - Females: 14 <26 years old.
  • Record Type F: Free Colored Persons - Males: 14 <26 years old.
  • Record Type G: Free Colored Persons - Females: 14 <26 years old.

9. 3rd Count field (Col 9), used as follows:

  • Record Type A: Free White Males: 16 <18 years old.
  • Record Type B: Free White Females: 16 <26 years old, including heads of families.
  • 'Record Type C: Miscellaneous Counts: number of persons engaged in Commerce.
  • Record Type D: Slaves - Males: 26 <45 years old.
  • Record Type E: Slaves - Females: 26 <45 years old.
  • Record Type F: Free Colored Persons - Males: 26 <45 years old.
  • Record Type G: Free Colored Persons - Females: 26 <45 years old.

10. 4th Count field (Col 10), used as follows:

  • Record Type A: Free White Males: 16 <26 years old, including heads of families.
  • Record Type B: Free White Females: 26 <45 years old, including heads of families.
  • 'Record Type C: Miscellaneous Counts: number of persons engaged in Manufactures.
  • Record Type D: Slaves - Males: >44 years old.
  • Record Type E: Slaves - Females: >44 years old.
  • Record Type F: Free Colored Persons - Males: >44 years old.
  • Record Type G: Free Colored Persons - Females: >44 years old.

11. 5th Count field (Col 11), used as follows:

  • Record Type A: Free White Males: 26 <45 years old, including heads of families.
  • Record Type B: Free White Females: >44 years old, including heads of families.
  • 'Record Type C: Miscellaneous Counts: Not used.
  • Record Type D: Slaves - Males: Not used.
  • Record Type E: Slaves - Females: Not used.
  • Record Type F: Free Colored Persons - Males: Not used.
  • Record Type G: Free Colored Persons - Females: Not Taxed.

12. 6th Count field (Col 12), used as follows:

  • Record Type A: Free White Males: >44 years old, including heads of families.
  • Record Type B: Free White Females: Not used.
  • 'Record Type C: Miscellaneous Counts: Not used.
  • Record Type D: Slaves - Males: Not used.
  • Record Type E: Slaves - Females: Not used.
  • Record Type F: Free Colored Persons - Males: Not used.
  • Record Type G: Free Colored Persons - Females: Not used.

Montgomery County Original 1820 Census Schedules

1820 US Census Schedule for Montgomery County, Ohio is captured on Roll 94, which is the ninth Ohio volume. [3]

Montgomery County starts on page 100

Randolph Township starts on page 100
Union starts on page 102
Sulen (Salem?) starts on page 105
Butler Township starts on page 105
Little York starts on page 105
Madison Township starts on page 111
Jefferson Township starts on page 114
Liberty starts on page 118
Jackson Township starts on page 118A
Wayne Township starts on page 122
Dayton Township starts on page 124
Dayton [Corporation] starts on page 124
Washington Township starts on page 136
Senleryil (?) [Centerville] starts on page 140
Woodburn starts on page 142A
Miamisburg starts on page 145A
Alexandersville starts on page 146A
German Township starts on page 148A

Note: The image number does not correspond to the page number. The start of Randolph Township, listed as starting on page 100, has Asohem Moss as the first entry, but is displayed as Image 114 in the Roll #94 file.
Familysearch also lists this person on page 100, but uses Image 115 in its citation data.

Montgomery County Subdivision 1820 Census Records

Sources

  1. Source: #C1820-Rpt Population Schedules of the Fourth Census of the United States, p. 133.
  2. Source: #C1820 Population Schedules of the Fourth Census of the United States, p. iii.
  3. Source: #C1820 Population Schedules of the Fourth Census of the United States, p. 100.

  • Population Schedules of the Fourth Census of the United States, 1820, Roll 94, Ohio, Volume 9; The National Archives, National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration. Washington: 1958.
  • 1820 US Census Aggregate Report, John Quincy Adams, United States Secretary of State, 20 December 1821; Washington: 1821. This report contains tables presenting aggregate returns for the United States by States and Territories, and includes tables for individual districts (States and Territories). The aggregate table for Montgomery County, Ohio is listed on page 133.
  • The History of Montgomery County, Ohio (W. H. Beers & Co., Chicago, 1882).

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