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Washington County, Mississippi - - 1910 Federal Census Team Transcription
Microfilm # T624-762
ED# Enumeration Description: Status Transcriber Proofreader
107 Beat 1 (part)
All east of Lake Washington and south of public road No. 112 leading from Foote to Swan Lake
     
108 Beat 1 (part)
All west of Lake Washington and west of public road No. 108 leading from Lake Washington to Longwood
     
109 Beat 1 (part)
All north of road No. 112 leading from the village of Foote to Swan Lake, and east of road No. 108 leading from Lake Washington north to Longwood
     
110 Beat 2 (part)
All west of the Riverside Branch of the Y. and M.V. R.R. from and south of a line from the village of Wayside west to the Mississippi river
     
111 Beat 2 (part)
All east of the Riverside Branch of the Y. and M.V. R.R. and south of a line east from the village of Wayside to the line of Beat 5, which is public road No. 210, excluding the villages of Wayside. Avon and James Crossing
     
112 Beat 2 (part)
All west of the Riverside Branch of the Y. and M.V. R.R. south to Wayside, excluding the villages along the railroad, but including the unincorporated village of Refuge on the Mississippi river
     
113 Beat 2 (part)
All north of a line east from the village of Wayside which is public road No. 210 and east of the Riverside Branch of the Y. and M.V. R.R. excluding the village of Wayside , but including the unincorporated village of Swiftwater
     
121 Beat 4 (part)
Excluding Leland and Arcola towns. Bounded on the north by Bolivar County, on the east by the Napanee Branch of the Southern Ry., on the south by the main line of the Southern Ry., and on the west by Beat 3, including that part of the following unincorporated villages; Stoneville, Parsly, Dunkirk, Hughs Spur and Napanee
     
122 Beat 4 (part)
Excluding Leland and Arcola towns. Bounded on the north by Bolivar County, on the east by Sunflower County, on the south by the main line of the Southern Ry., and on the west by the Napanee Branch of the Southern Ry., including that part of the following unincorporated villages within the above boundariee Napanee, Hughe Spur, Dunkirk, Parsly, Elizabeth, Dunleith, Bogue and Long Switch
     
123 Beat 4 (part)
Excluding Leland and Arcola towns. Bounded on the north by the main line of the Southern Ry.,on the east by Deer Creek, on the south by the south line of Township 18, R. 7, west, and on the west by Beat 3, and including that part of the unincorporated village of Stoneville lying within the above boundaries, and all the following unincorporated villages: Isenberg, Ditchley and Aldridge, but excluding the incorporated town of Leland
     
124 Leland town      
125 Beat 4 (part)
Excluding Leland and Arcola towns. Bounded on the north by the main line of the Southern Ry., on the east by Sunflower County, On the South by the south line of Township 18, Ranges 6 and 7, west, and on the west by Deer Creek, and including that part of the following unincorporated villages lying within the above boundaries: Elizabeth, Bogue, Dunleith and Long Switch
     
126 Beat 4 (part) including Arcola town
Excluding Leland town. Bounded on the north by the south line of Township 18, Range 7, west, on the east by Deer Creek on the south by Beat 5, and on the west by Beat 2 including the following unincorporated villages Burdette and Wilmot
     
127 Beat 4 (part)
Excluding Leland and Arcola towns. Bounded on the north by Beat 4 South line of Township 18,Ranges 6 and 7 West, on the east by Sunflower County,on the south by Beat 5, and on the west by Deer Creek,and including the unincorporated villages of Tribbett, Bourbon and Trail Lake
     

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