1810 CENSUS FOR JEFFERSON COUNTY
NEW YORK

Transcribed by GenWeb Volunteers

BY TOWN

NOTE: Jefferson County was divided from Oneida County in 1805. In 1810 the county contained only eleven towns and no city, instead of today's twenty two towns as well as the city of Watertown.

The microfilm of the original census shows the original pages of the census. We have indicated those pages with a skipped line in our table. We have tried to keep to the original spelling and usage. Some names are nearly illegible. We have used question marks to show you our best guess. As with anything on the internet, this is an approximation. Please go to the original for your own interpretation.

Explanation of Headings

TOWN OF ADAMS

TOWN OF BROWNVILLE

TOWN OF CHAMPION

TOWN OF ELLISBURGH

TOWN OF HENDERSON

TOWN OF HOUNSFIELD

TOWN OF LERAY

TOWN OF LORAIN

TOWN OF RODMAN

TOWN OF RUTLAND

TOWN OF WATERTOWN


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