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1820 Census of Knox County, Ohio:  Page 24A / FTM-92 / HQ-147L

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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 Lincoln Axtel 2       1   1   1       1    
Patrick? Elliott1 2   1 1   1 1 2 1       2    
James Elliott 2 1 1 1   1     1       2    
David Evans 2     1     1   1       1    
James Green 1 1 1 1     1 1 1       1    
John Green 2 2 1 1   1   2 2       1    
Samuel Harrod 2 1   1     1   1       2    
Stephen? Harriss2   1 1 1   1     1 1     1    
? Harrod3 1 2 1 1           1     1    
James Hays 4 2   1   1 1   1 1     2    
Samuel J Hill 2 1     1   2 2   1     1    
Wm Honey4 2 1     1   1     1     1    
Levi Harrod         1         1     1    
David? Harrison5 2       1   1     1     1    
William Honey Jr 1 1 1 1   1 1   1 1     1    
Jacob? Hanger 1       1   1     1     1    
Timothy Harrison       1 1   2   1       1    
Wm Harrod 3     1     1   1   1   1    
David Hawn? 3 1     1   1 2   1     1    
Joseph Hunt 2 2     1   3 1   1     1    
Joseph Harris 2 2 2 2   1   1 1   1   5    
Samuel Jones 2       1   1   1       1    
Insley D. Johnston6 1 1   1 1   1 1   1          
John? Jones 2       1   2 1 2       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.  The left edge of the page has faded away, so most of the given names on the page are very difficult to read:
1Patrick Elliott.  Could also be Frederick (i.e., all I can read is "...rick").  I'll grant "Patrick" primarily because there is a Patrick in the 1830 census of the county.
2Stephen Harriss.  It might be Stephen.
3John Harrod.  I can't read the first name, but it appears to be too long to be John.  It may end in "...hn," but it could be ending in "...hu," as in Elihu.
4Willaim Honey.
5David Harrison.  It might be David.
6Jusley D. Johnston.  I can only read "...ley," but there is an Insley in the 1830 census of the county.

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