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1820 Census of Knox County, Ohio:  Page 23A / FTM-91 / HQ-145L

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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
Morgan Luther Brown     1 1     1     1     1    
John Boyles 2       1   3   1       1    
???? Barklow1 2 2   1     2   1       1    
Ebenezer Brown       3   1             3    
Peter Blue 1       1         1     1    
David Barton 1         1   1     1   1    
Harrod Biggs 1         1   1     1   1    
Jeremiah Biggs 1   2 2 1   2   2 2 1   1    
Noah Biggs 3 5   1 1       1       1    
Jeremiah Biggs Jr 3     1         1       1    
John Bolton 2     1         2   1   1    
James Bolton 1 1   1 1   1 2   1     1    
Wm Barton2 3 3     1   1 1   1 1   3    
William Beam 1 2   2 1 1   1   1 1   3    
Jacob Beam 2 1 2 2 1 1   2 1   1   2    
Thomas Babb 2 1 1 1 1   2   1   1   1    
Philip Brain/Bram3 2       1       1   1   1    
Abner Brown 1 2 1 1   1 2 2   1     1    
Jonathan Curtis 2 1 1 1     1     1     1    
John Culp 4         1   3 1   1   1    
Andrew Carto/Carts?4 2 1   1     1       1   1    
John Coen?/Cox?5 1       1       2 1     1    
Samuel Clutter       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:
1Nathaniel Bardlow.  Surname is definitely Barklow, not Bardlow.  The given name is indecipherable, but not Nathaniel definitely ends in a letter with an elaborate descender (y? g? z?).   First letter possibly "P."
2Mrs. Barton.
3Philip Beam.
4Missing.  There was an Andrew Carto in the index, but there was another one on p. 23B (i.e., should have been two in the FTM index on p. 91, but there was only one).
5John Cox.  On the CD image, all I can read is the initial "C"; the rest is a blotch, but the name is definitely very short.  Cox seems likely, but there were no other COXes in the county while there were COENs.

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