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1820 Census of Knox County, Ohio:  Page 24B / FTM-92 / HQ148-U

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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 Jonathan Jewell 1 1 1 1 1 1 1   1   1   2    
James Carr 2 2       1   1 1       1    
John Kiger 3       1   3     1 1   1    
Ziba Leonard1 1     1     1     1     1    
John Lash2 1 1 1 1   1       1     1    
Nehemiah Letts 2 1   1     2     1     1    
Silvester Larrison 1 1 1 1 1 1   1 1       1    
Thomas Lash 3     1     2   1       1    
John Letts 2     1   2 1   1       1    
Levi Mix?3 1   1 1   1   2     1   1    
Amos Mix?4       1           1     1    
William McWilliams 1     1       2     1   1    
W??? Melker5     2 2 1       2   1   1    
Philip? Melker6     1 3   1   1 2   1   1    
Arthur McLene 2         1 2 1   1     1    
James Ma?land7 1 1   1   1   1   1   1 1    
Moses Merritt 2     2   1 1   1   1   3    
David? McWilliams 1       2   2     1     1    
George Miller 2         1 4     1     1    
Rachel Pomphrey 2     1           2 1   1    
John Peirson9           1   1         1    
James Pollock 1   1 3   1   1 1   1   4    
James Pitney 3       2 1 2 1 1 1     3    
Philemon Pierson 3     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.   The left edge of the page has faded away, so most of the given names on the page are very difficult to read:
1Lisa Leonard.  Given name definitely does not begin with "L" and could be a "Z."  A Ziba Leonard shows up in the 1830 census of Morgan Twp.
2John Park.  Definitely "Lash," but I can see how it could be misread as Park.
3Levi Mix.  It could also be Mir.
4Amos Mix.  It could also be Mic.
5Windal Melker.  Given name starts with a "W" and isn't William, but beyond that, I find it unreadble.  First letter of the surname is not this scribe's typical "M" or "W."  Standing alone, I would call it "W," but as we're "in the M's," I'll concede M.
6Philip Melker.  It might be Philip.
7James Marland.  The third letter of the surname is unreadable.
8John Pierson.

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