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Hampden County, Massachusetts - - 1900 Federal Census Team Transcription
Microfilm # T623-651
ED# Enumeration Description: Status Transcriber Proofreader
542 Holyoke city: Ward 4 (part)
Bounded by River, Elm extended, Hampden and Ward line.
     
543 Holyoke city: Ward 5 (part)
Bounded by Hampden, Walnut, Dwight, Pleasant.
     
544 Holyoke city: Ward 5 (part)
Bounded by Hampden, First Level Canal, Dwight, Walnut.
     
545 Holyoke city: Ward 5 (part)
Bounded by Dwight, First Level Canal, Suffolk, Elm.
     
546 Holyoke city: Ward 5 (part)
Bounded by Dwight, Elm, Suffolk, Appleton, Pleasant.
     
547 Holyoke city: Ward 6 (part)
Bounded by Suffolk, High, Cabot, Elm.
     
548 Holyoke city: Ward 6 (part)
Bounded by Suffolk extended, First Level Canal, Cabot extended, High.
     
549 Holyoke city: Ward 6 (part)
Bounded by Cabot, High, Franklin, Elm.
     
550 Holyoke city: Ward 6 (part)
Bounded by Cabot extended, First Level Canal, Franklin, High.
     
551 Holyoke city: Ward 7 (part)
Bounded by Lincoln, Pleasant, Dwight, Northampton.
     
552 Holyoke city: Ward 7 (part)
Bounded by City line, Ward line, Hampden, Pleasant, Lincoln, Northampton, Dwight extended, City line.
     
553 Holyoke city: Ward 7 (part)
Bounded by Suffolk, Elm, Sargeant, Beech.
     
554 Holyoke city: Ward 7 (part)
Bounded by Dwight extended, Appleton and Suffolk, Beech, Sargeant extended, City line.
     
555 Longmeadow town      
556 Ludlow town      
557 Monson town (part)
All east of a line through the center of Main, High, Mechanic, Thompson and Main Sts. to the Palmer line.
     
558 Monson town (part)
All west of a line through the center of Main, High Mechanic, Thompson and Main Sts. to the Palmer line.
     
559 Montgomery town      
560 Palmer town (part)
All south of a line drawn through the middle of highway known as the Boston turnpike, running from the Warren town line near the Pool, so-called through Palmer Center and Shearer's Corner to the Monson town line at Hastings bridge.
     
1788 Massachusetts Hospital for Epileptics      
561 Palmer town (part)
All north of the Boston turnpike, a and west of a line drawn through the middle of highway running northerly from the Boston turnpike near the Catholic cemetery, and past said cemetery and along Church St. in Thorndike, past the Jacob Stever place and dwelling of Edward Fuller, to the Belchertown town line at the red bridge called the Mansfield bridge.
     
562 Palmer town (part)
All north of the Boston turnpike and east of a line drawn through the middle of highway running northerly from the Boston turnpike near the Catholic Cemetery, and past said cemetery and along Church St. in Thorndike, past the Jacob Stever place and dwelling of Edward Fuller, to the Belchertown town line at the red bridge called the Mansfield bridge.
     
563 Russell town      
564 Southwick town      
565 Springfield city: Ward 1 (part)
Bounded by City line, North Main, Sheldon, Orchard extended, Orchard, River.
     
566 Springfield city: Ward 1 (part)
Bounded by Orchard, Orchard extended, Sheldon, Jefferson Ave., Chestnut, Montmorenci, Massasoit, Prospect, Chestnut, Hebron, North, Morgan, North Main, Plainfield, West River.
     
567 Springfield city: Ward 1 (part)
Bounded by City line, Ward line, Liberty St. Carew, Massasoit, Montmorenci, Chestnut, Jefferson Ave., North Main.
     
568 Springfield city: Ward 1 (part)
Bounded by West, Plainfield, Main, Seventh, Seventh extended, River.
     
569 Springfield city: Ward 1 (part)
Bounded by Morgan, North, Carew, Chestnut, Bond, Main.
     
570(part) Springfield city: Ward 1 (part)
Bounded by Hebron, Chestnut, Prospect, Carew, Liberty, Armory road, Boston and Albany R. R. Cass extended, Everett, Chestnut, Carew, North.
     

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