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Amite County, Mississippi - - 1900 Federal Census Team Transcription
Microfilm # T623-799
ED# Enumeration Description: Status Transcriber Proofreader
18 Beat 1 (part) including Liberty town
Commencing at the Louisiana State Line, at a point where east prong of Amite river crosses from Mississippi into Louisiana; thence nertheast up said river to the point there the Liberty and Osyka public road crosse
     
19 Beat 1 (part)
Commencing at a point on Liberty creek, where the Liberty and Gloster road leaves said corporation of Liberty; thence in a westerly direction along said public road to the beat (or district) line between beats 1 and 3, at the Iverson Day's
     
20 Beat 1 (part)
Commencing at or near Bate's bridge on the west fork of Amite river where the Gloster and Summit public road crosses the line between Beats 1 and 3 (or Supervisor's districts 1 and 3); thence north along said line between 1 and 3 to Franklin county line; thence east along county line to range line, being the dividing line between Beats 1 and 4 (or dividing line between Supervisor's districts 1 and 4); thence south down said beat or district line to where the Gloster and Summit road crosses Lowrey's creek at the old Hatton Weatherby's place; thence west along the Gloster and Summit public road to place of beginning.
     
21 Beat 2 (part)
All that part of beat lying east of Beaver creek.
     
22 Beat 2 (part)
All that part of beat lying west of Beaver creek.
     
23 Beat 3 (part) including Gloster town
Commencing at a point on the boundary line between Amite and Wilkinson counties, near the Joe Anderson's place, being the southwest corner of beat 3 (or district 3); thence north along county line to a point where
     
24 Beat 3 (part)
Commencing at a point on the western boundary line of Amite county, where road crosses from Noah Humphries' place in Wilkinson county to the J. C. McNiel's place in Amite Co.; thence east along said road to Sam Jones Camp Ground; thence east along the Sam Jones road to J. C. Cassell's dwelling; thence due east to Brushy creek; thence down Brushy creek in a northerly direction to Franklin county line; thence west to Wilkinson county line; thence south along county line to place of beginning.
     
25 Beat 3 (part)
Commencing at the north of Brushy creek, on northern boundary line of limits county; thence south up said creek to the dividing * west along county line to south of Brushy creek to place of beginning.
     
26 Beat 4 (part)
All that part of beat lying east of the east fork of Amite river.
     
27 Beat 4 (part)
All that part of beat lying west of the east fork of Amite river.
     
28 Beat 5 (part)
All that part of beat lying north of the Liberty and Osyka public road.
     
29 Beat 5 (part)
All that part of beat lying south of the Liberty and Osyka public road
     

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