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Pike County, Alabama - - 1900 Federal Census Team Transcription
Microfilm # T623-37
ED# Enumeration Description: Status Transcriber Proofreader
120 Pct. 1. Troy excluding Troy City      
121 Troy city: Wards 1 and 2      
122 Troy city: Wards 3, 4, 5, and 6      
123 Pct. 2. Orion (part)
Beginning at mounth of Mannings Creek, thence up said creek to Indian Creek, thence up Indian Creek to north boundary line of precinct, thence west to northwest corner of precinct, thence south to Conecuh river, thence up said river to place of beginning.
     
124 Pct. 2. Orion (part)
All east of a line beginning at mouth of Mannings Creek, thence up said creek to Indian Creek, thence up Indian Creek to north boundary line of precinct, thence west to northwest corner of precinct, thence south to Conecuh river, thence up said river to place of beginning.
     
125 Pct. 3. China Grove
Pct. 13. Linwood
     
126 Pct. 4. Oates Crossroads      
127 Pct. 5. Monticello      
128 Pct. 6. Tanyard including Banks town      
129 Pct. 7. Dixon (part)
All that part of said precinct lying east of the Alabama Midland RR
     
130 Pct. 7. Dixon (part) including Brundidge town
All that part west of the Alabama Midland RR
     
131 Pct. 8. Grimes      
132 Pct. 9. Darbys (part)
All that part of said precinct lying east of the Three Notch road, from the northern boundary to the southern boundary of said precinct.
     
133 Pct. 9. Darbys (part)
All that part of said precinct lying west of the Three Notch road, from the northern boundary to the southern boundary of said precinct.
     
134 Pct. 10. Goshen Hill      
135 Pct. 11. Mitchells      
136 Pct. 12. Josie  On-Line Judi Z. Gharst (Proofreader needed)
137 Pct. 14. Spring Hill      
138 Pct. 15. Indian Branch      

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