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Cobb County, Georgia - - 1900 Federal Census Team Transcription
Microfilm # T623-188
ED# Enumeration Description: Status Transcriber Proofreader
29 Militia Dist. 845. Roswell (coex.) with Roswell town
Militia Dist. 1319. Post Oak
     
30 Militia Dist. 846. Powder Springs including Powder Springs town      
31 Militia Dist. 851. Acworth (part)
All that part of Acworth Militia District excluding the town of Acworth. lying west and south of the W.& A.R.R.
     
32 Militia Dist. 851. Acworth (part) including Acworth town
All that part of Acworth Militia District lying north and east of the W.& A.R.R.
     
33 Militia Dist. 895. Coxes      
34 Militia Dist. 1378. Austell including Austell town      
35 Militia Dist. 897. Merritts      
36 Militia Dist. 898. Marietta (part) excluding Marietta city
All that part of Marietta Militia District east of the W.& A.R.R. and east of the A.K. and N.R.R.
     
37 Militia Dist. 898. Marietta (part) excluding Marietta city
All that part of Marietta Militia District west of the W.& A.R.R. and west of the A.K.& N.R.R.
     
38 Marietta city (part)
All that part of the city of Marietta East of a line drawn from the city limits. near Prof. Freyer's residence. down the center of Cherckee Street to the Public Square. then running diagonally through the Public Square to the center of Powder Springs Street. near Anderson's Brothers' store. thence down the center of Powder Springs Street to the City limits. near the residence of the late Dr. J. C. Greer.
     
39(part) Marietta city (part)
All that part of the city of Marietta West of a line drawn from the city limits near Prof. Freyer's residence down the center of Cherokee Street to the Public Square. thence running diagonally through the Public Square to the center of Powder Springs Street. near Anderson's Brothers' store. near the center of Powder Springs Street to the city limits. near the residence of the late Dr. J. C. ??
     

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