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Census of Persons between the ages of Five and Twenty-one years in the Middle River School District of Augusta County, taken between the Age of Five and the Age of Twenty-one, 1874 WHITE Name of Parent or Guardian Names of Children Males. Age. Females. Age. Morris Benj D. Ambrose 20 Jas. 10 Jno. H. 8 Wm 6 Mann Wm. A. Ida 19 Irene 12 Lillie M. 9 Blanche L. 8 McClung Andrew Chas. E. 6 May Geo. W. Jas. 17 Jennie 13 Julian 15 Joseph 12 Edward 8 Malinda 10 Ellen 8 Cornelia 6

Miswander Jas. Jesse R. 19 Catharine A. 14 Jas. S. 13 Lydie R. 8 Benj. F. 8 Isaac M. 5 Elvis Elizabeth Milton 19 Mary J 13 Elizabeth 11 Pierce A. E. Callie 19 Lee 17 Pirkey Elias Jac. M. 17 Mary V. 15 Jno. S. 10 Elizabeth S. 13 Bell W. 7 Jannie L. 5 Poage James Chas. W. Hall 12 Propes Jno. M. Henry H. 7 Barbera A. 5 Pullings Jno. B. Jno. F. 6 Elonso C. 7 Parker, Henry Jno. E. 6 Sarah 5 No. Males 20 No. Females 21 Total 41 No. brought forward 901 Total to be carried forward 942 I certify that the above Census is correct. J. Alex Kerr Township Assessor. N.B. - Fasten the leaves together at the top, and number the pages. It will then be sufficient for the Assessor to sign his name on the last leaf. (The Assessor is required by law to forward these papers, properly filled up, to the Clerk of the Board of School Trustees of his Township. If the number of blank forms sent is not sufficient, add properly ruled pages of foolscap.)