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1820 Census of Knox County, Ohio:  Page 21A / FTM-89 / HQ-141L

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For an explanation of the column headings, see What the Numbers in the Federal Censuses Mean.
Twp Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Jackson Am McLine1 1     1     2   1       1    
Michael Mills/Miles2 2       1 1 1   1           1
John Miller 1     1     2   2       1    
John Mills           1                  
Thomas Miller       1       1         1    
Felix Miller 2       1   3   1 1          
John Morrison 3 2 1 1   1 1 1 1 1     1    
Joseph McMahan 1 2   2 1   2 1   1     1    
Jonathan McKenzie 2 1   1   1 2   1 1     1    
John McMahan 2       1   1   1   1   1    
Isaac Matheny 2 1 1 1     2 1   2     1    
John McWilliam/McWilliams3 1       1       1       1    
Andrew McKernon/McKemon4 2 1 1 1   1 2   1   1   1    
Samuel McCammon 3       1       1 1     1    
James Peak 1 2       1 2 1   1     2    
Arthur Pearson 3 1     1   3     1     1    
William Rodden5         1         1     1    
Elick Ream?6 3 1     1   2 3   1     1    
Nicholas Riley 2 1     1     1   1     1    
John Risor 2 1     1         1     1    
Daniel Shuker?7 2       2   2 1   1     1    
Wm Stevens8 2       2   2 1   1     1    
Joseph Statts9 3 2 1 1 1     1   1     1    
If no footnote is given, my reading of a name agrees with the FTM 1820 Census Index (Broderbund CD-314); otherwise, below is their indexer's reading of the name:
1Abraham McLine.
2Michael Miles.
3Jesse McWilliam.
4Andrew McKemon.
5Willaim Rodden.
6Elick Ream.
7Daniel Shaker.
8Willaim Stevens.
9Joseph Stalls.  I'm being influenced by the fact that I know this is Joseph STAATS.

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