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Union County, New Jersey - - 1900 Federal Census Team Transcription
Microfilm # T623-997
ED# Enumeration Description: Status Transcriber Proofreader
129 Plainfield city: Ward 4 (part)
Bounded by: the Central R.R. of N.J., Park Ave., West Fourth St., City and Middlesex County line.
     
130 Plainfield city: Ward 4 (part)
Bounded by: the Central R.R. of N.J., Middlesex, and Somerset County lines, Somerset St., Stand Park Ave.
     
131 Rahway city: Ward 1      
132 Rahway city: Ward 2      
133 Rahway city: Ward 3      
134 Rahway city: Ward 4      
135 Rahway city: Ward 5      
136 Roselle borough      
137 Springfield Township      
138 Summit city (part)
All that part of the city lying to the North of the D.L. and W.R.R.
     
139 Summit city (part)
All that part of the city lying to the South of the D.L. and W.R.R.
     
140 Union Township (part)
Excluding Roselle borough. All of that part of the township outside of Roselle borough lying to the South and West of the following described line: Through the centre of Morris Avenue, from the Elizabeth city line to Lum's corner from thence through centre of direct road to William's corner, from thence through centre of Roselle road to and through the village of Union past the residence of George W. Doty, and from thencethrough the centre of the Scotch Plains Road, Past the residence of D.Hobart Sayre to the Rahway River.
     
141 Union Township (part)
Excluding Roselle borough. All that part of the township lying to the North and East of the following described line: Through the centre of Morris Ave., from the Elizabeth city line to Lum's corner, from thence through centre of direct road to Williams corner, from thence through centre of Roselle road to and through the village of Union past the residence of George W. Doty, and from thence through the centre of the Scotch Plains road, past the residence of D.Hobart Sayre to the Rahway River.
     

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