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Genesee County, New York - - 1900 Federal Census Team Transcription
Microfilm # T623-1038
ED# Enumeration Description: Status Transcriber Proofreader
3(part) Batavia town (part)
Excluding Batavia village
     
4 Batavia village (part)
All that part of village bounded as follows: North by corporation line; East by corporation line; South by corporation line; West by South St. to Grand, Grand and S. Swan to Main, Main to Summit, Summit to corporation line
     
5 Batavia village (part)
All that part of village bounded as follows: North by corporation line; East by South St. to Grand, Grand and South Swan to Main
     
6 Batavia village (part)
All that part of village bounded as follows: North by corporation line; East by State St. to Main, Main to Jackson, Jackson to corporation line; South by corporation line; West by corporation line
     
140 Institution: New York State School for the Blind
Batavia.
     
7 Bergen town, including Bergen village      
8 Bethany town      
9 Byron town      
10 Darien town      
11 Elba town, including Elba village      
12 Leroy town
Excluding Leroy village
     
13 Leroy village      
14 Oakfield town, including Oakfield village      
15 Pavilion town      
16 Pembroke town (part)
Excluding Tonawanda Indian Reservation. All that part of town north of the Old Buffalo road
     
17 Pembroke town (part) including Corfu village
Excluding Tonawanda Indian Reservation. All that part of town south of Old Buffalo road, outside of Corfu village
     
18 Stafford town      
137 Tonawanda Indian Reservation (part)
That part of Tonawanda Indian Reservation in Alabama and Pembroke towns of Genesee County, Royalton town of Niagara County, and Newstead town of Erie County.
     

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