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Merrimack County, New Hampshire - - 1900 Federal Census Team Transcription
Microfilm # T623-949
ED# Enumeration Description: Status Transcriber Proofreader
139 Allenstown town      
140 Andover town      
141 Boscawen town      
142 Bow town      
143 Bradford town      
144 Canterbury town      
145 Chichester town      
146 Dunbarton town      
147 Concord City; Concord city: Ward 1 (part)
All that part of the ward lying to the east of the center line of the following named streets, to wit: Commencing at the line between Boscawen and Concord on Main Street, thence southerly by said Main Street to East Canal, East Canal to Centre, Centre to Summer, Summer to High, High to Stark, Stark to Main, and thence southerly by said Main Street to the boundary line between Wards One and Three.
     
148 Concord city: Ward 1 (part)
All that part of the ward lying to the west of the centre line of the following named streets, to wit:- Commencing at the line between Boscawen and Concord on Main Street, thence southerly by said Main Street to East Canal, East Canal to Centre, Centre to Summer, Summer to High, High to Stark, Stark to Main, and thence southerly by said Main Street to the boundary line between Wards One and Three.
     
149 Concord city: Ward 2      
150 Concord city: Ward 3      
151 Concord city: Ward 4 (part)
All that part of the ward lying to the north and east of the centre line of the following named streets, to wit:- Commencing at the intersection of the roadbed of the Concord and Montreal Railroad and Ferry Street, thence by said Ferry Street crossing North Main Street to Washington Street, Washington to Rumford, Rumford to Church, Church to Bradley, and Bradley to Penacook Street.
     
152 Concord city: Ward 4 (part)      
153 Concord city: Ward 5 (part)      
154 Concord city: Ward 5 (part)      
155 Concord city: Ward 6 (part)
All that part of the ward lying to the north and east of the centre line of the following streets, to wit:- Commencing at the intersection of South Main and Concord Streets, thence by said Concord Street to South, South to Thorndike, Thorndike to South Spring, and thence by South Spring to Pleasant Street.
     
156 Concord city: Ward 6 (part)
All that part of the ward lying to the south and west of the centre line of the following streets, to wit:- Commencing at the intersection of South Main and Concord Streets, thence by said Concord Street to South, South to Thorndike, Thorndike to South Spring, South Spring to Pleasant, and thence by Pleasant to South Fruit Street.
     
157 Concord city: Ward 7 (part) including Rolfe Rumford Asylum      
158 Concord city: Ward 7 (part)
All that part of the ward lying to the west and south of the following line, to wit:- Commencing at the intersection of Downing Street and Broadway, thence by the centre line of Broadway to Allison, Allison to Turnpike, and thence by Turnpike Street to the Bow town line.
     
159 Concord city: Ward 8      
160 Concord city: Ward 9      
274 Institution: New Hampshire State Prison
Concord city: Ward 9.
     
161 Danbury town
Hill town
     
162 Epsom town      
163 Franklin city: Ward 1      
164 Franklin city: Ward 2      
165 Franklin city: Ward 3      
166 Henniker town      
167 Hooksett town      
168 Hopkinton town      
169 Loudon town      
170 Newbury town
New London town
     
171 Northfield town      
172 Pembroke town (part)
All that part of the town lying to the north of the following line, to wit:- Commencing at the intersection of the Suncook River and Chester Turnpike, thence by the centre line of said Chester turnpike to Glass Street, Glass to Church Street, Church, crossing Main to Broadway, Broadway to southern boundary of land of Moody K. Wilson, and thence by said southern boundary, westerly to the Merrimack River.
     
173 Pembroke town (part)
All that part of the town lying south of the following line, to wit:- Commencing at the intersection of the Suncook River and Chester Turnpike, thence by the center line of said Chester Turnpike to Glass Street, Glass to Church Street, Church, crossing Main to Broadway, Broadway to southern boundary of land of Moody K. Wilson, and thence by said southern boundary, westerly to the Merrimack River.
     
174 Pittsfield town      
175 Salisbury town      
176 Sutton town      
177 Warner town      
178 Webster town      
179 Wilmot town      

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