|1900 Federal Census Team Transcription
|St. Landry Parish, Louisiana - - 1900 Federal Census Team Transcription|
|Microfilm # T623-581|
|53(part)||Police Jury Ward 2 (part) including Grand Coteau town
Justice of Peace Ward #4,
|54||Police Jury Ward 2 (part)
Justice of Peace Ward #5
|55||Police Jury Ward 3 (part) including Armandville town
From St. Martin line east of Bayou Teche to Sam Haas plantation, then all of ward west of Bayou Teche.
|56||Police Jury Ward 3 (part)
All of ward not included in 1st Division from Sam Haas plantation, north and east of Bayou Teche
|57||Police Jury Ward 4 (part) including Melville town
Comprising Melville and Waxia, 7th and 8th Justice of Peace Wards.
|58||Police Jury Ward 4 (part)
Comprising Niggerfoot and Big Cane, 9th and 10th Justice of Peace Wards.
|59||Police Jury Ward 5 (part)
11th Justice of Peace Ward excluding Washington town
|60||Police Jury Ward 5 (part)
12th or Whiteville Justice of Peace Ward. excluding Washington town
|61||Police Jury Ward 5 (part)
13th or Grand Prarie Justice of Peace Ward. excluding Washington town
|63||Police Jury Ward 6 (part)
All east of Meridian and Turkey Creek
|64||Police Jury Ward 6 (part)
All west of Meridian
|65||Police Jury Ward 7 (part) including Ville Platte town
15th Justice of Peace Ward
|66||Police Jury Ward 7 (part) Upper Mamon
16th Justice of Peace Ward.
|67||Police Jury Ward 8 (part) including Eunice town
Faquetaigue comprising 17th Justice of Peace Ward
|68||Police Jury Ward 8 (part) Mallett and Plaquemine Point
Comprising 18th and 19th Justice of Peace Wards.