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Holmes County, Mississippi - - 1910 Federal Census Team Transcription
Microfilm # T624-742
ED# Enumeration Description: Status Transcriber Proofreader
39 Beat 1 (part)
Excluding Lexington city. All east of Lexington and Emory road and Lexington and Franklin road to Beat lines north, east and south
     
40 Beat 1 (part)
Excluding Lexington city. All south of I. C. R. R. and west of Lexington and Franklin road to Beat lines west and south
     
41 Beat 1 (part)
Excluding Lexington city. All north of I.C.R.R. and west of Lexington and Emory road to Beat lines north and south
     
42 Lexington city      
46 Beat 3 (part) including Ebenezer village
Excluding Goodman and Pickens towns. All bounded by the beat lines on the north to a point where the Franklin and Pickens public road crosses this line, thence south on this road to the Goodman and Ebenezer road, thence west along said road to Cypress Creek, thence following said creek south to the county line, said line being the southern boundary, and the western boundary being the line between Beats 3 and 4
     
47 Beat 3 (part) including Goodman town
Excluding Ebenezer village and Pickens town. All south of the northern beat line beginning at Big Black river on the east, running due west to the Franklin and Pickens public road, thence south along said road to the precinct line between Goodman and Pickens, thence along said line to Big Black river, said river being the eastern boundary
     
48 Beat 3 (part) including Pickens town
Excluding Ebenezer village and Goodman town. All south of Richland and Ebenezer public road beginning at Cypress Creek, following said road east to Richland, thence south on the Franklin and Pickens road to the precinct line between Goodman and Pickens, thence east along this line to Big Black river, said river being the eastern boundary, the county line being the southern, and Cypress Creek the western boundary
     

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