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Assumption Parish, Louisiana - - 1900 Federal Census Team Transcription
Microfilm # T623-557
ED# Enumeration Description: Status Transcriber Proofreader
1 Police Jury Ward 1      
2 Police Jury Ward 2      
3 Police Jury Ward 3      
4 Police Jury Ward 4      
5 Police Jury Ward 5 (part) including Labadie town and
the Upper and Little Texas plantations
The front portion of Ward 5. Bounded north by Parish line and south by dividing line of Lower and Upper Texas; Upper Texas as in E.D. #5 and Lower Texas in E.D. #6
     
6 Police Jury Ward 5 (part)
This includes the lower front portion below the town of Labadie and the interior thereof. The lower Texas, the borders of Lake Verret, 4 mile Bayou and Bayou Boeuf. Bounded north by Texas plantation and south by Parish Line.
     
7 Police Jury Ward 6 (part) including Napoleonville town
This includes the upper front portion of that part above the town, and the plantations herein described, Glenwood, Enola, Elm Hall, and Oceana plantations. Bounded north by St. Vincent Bruslee Lane and South by Attakapas canal
     
8 Police Jury Ward 6 (part)
This includes Attakapas Canal, Foley, Trinity, Poverty Point, Hard Times, and St. Thomas plantations, and Attakapas Canal settlements both east and west bordering on Lake Verret. Bounded north partly by Attakapas Canal and St. Vincent Bruslee Lane and south by lands of W.N. Pugh and others.
     
9 Police Jury Ward 7      
10 Police Jury Ward 8      

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