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1825 Census for Montgomery County Illinois
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Head of Household Total Number In Family Township
William Gains 7 West Fork Township
James Walker 3 Hurricane Fork Township
Hiram Johnston 2 Hurricane Fork Township
Jacob Landers 8 Hurricane Fork Township
Joseph Wright 9 Hurricane Fork Township
Henry Pyatt 10 Hurricane Fork Township
Aaron Casey 5 Hurricane Fork Township
Joshua Renfro 10 Hurricane Fork Township
William Freeman 7 Hurricane Fork Township
Henry Landers 5 Hurricane Fork Township
William Hinton 7 Hurricane Fork Township
Mark Mason 6 Hurricane Fork Township
Pleasant Scrivener 10 Hurricane Fork Township
Charles Stice 9 Hurricane Fork Township
Burwell Massey 9 Hurricane Fork Township
William Brundage 2 Hurricane Fork Township
John Minter 5 Hurricane Fork Township
John Doleson 6 Hurricane Fork Township
William Verdin 7 Hurricane Fork Township
James Chard 6 Hurricane Fork Township
William Beck 3 Hurricane Fork Township
Newton Coffey 8 Hurricane Fork Township
Harris Reevis 3 Hurricane Fork Township
John Blair 6 Hurricane Fork Township
George Davis 7 Hurricane Fork Township

 

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1825 Census & Scanned Images

Taken: September the 5th day of 1825

The first official Census of Montgomery County, Illinois, taken in 1825, being Hamilton, West Fork, Hurricane Fork and Hillsborough Townships and Hillsboro Village: Population of said county being 1,000 people.

State of Illinois, Montgomery County - This day Benjamin Roberts appeared before me and took the oath required by law, as commissioned to take the census, enumeration of the inhabitants of the county aforesaid given under my hand this 14 day of August 1925. - (Signed) Hiram Rountree

State of Illinois, Montgomery County - The number of persons in Montgomery County appears in a schedule hereto annexed subscribed by me the 28th day of November 1825. - (Signed) Benjamin Roberts

Transcribed - January 2011 by: Ann Stansell

1825 Census Notes

Besides the data shown here we've transcribed more details from the 1825 Census and have scanned images of the actual handwritten census pages. We will be adding this information to our web site soon so please check back later.

 

Census Totals

Free white males of 21 years and upwards, including heads of families: 196

Free white males under 21 years including heads of families: 310

Free white females including heads of families: 488

Males (servants or slaves): 3

Females (servants or slaves): 3

Total inhabitants of the County: 1,000