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Washington County, Vermont - - 1900 Federal Census Team Transcription
Microfilm # T623-1694
ED# Enumeration Description: Status Transcriber Proofreader
214 Barre city: Ward 2 and Ward 1 (part)
All that part of Barre city, including ward 2, which is bounded by Elm and Washington Streets and city limits, also Ward 1 as far south as and including the northerly side of Ayers Street
     
215 Barre city: Ward 3 and Ward 4 (part)
All that part of Barre city, including all of Ward 3, which is bounded by Elm and Main Streets, Maple Avenue and the city limits, also Ward 4 as far north as and including the southerly side of Brook Street
     
216 Barre city: Ward 5 and Ward 4 (part)
All that part of Barre city including Ward 4 northerly from and including the northerly side of Brook Street and extending to the city limits, also all of Ward 5 which begins at the Berlin line and is bounded by North Main Street on one side and by Granite Street on the southerly side
     
217 Barre city: Ward 6 and Ward 1 (part)
All that part of Barre city, including Ward 6, which begins at the southerly side of Granite Street and extends in a southerly direction to the city limits, also that part of Ward 1 lying south of and including the southern side of Ayres Street
     
218 Barre Town (part) excl. Barre city
All that part of the Town lying to the south of the center of the highway commencing at Berlin Town line on the farm of the late Clark Rerrin (now occupied by George Porter) running from thence in an easterly direction through the villages of South Barre and Websterville to the farm of Merrill Eastman thence bearing a little to the northeast through the village of East Barre and terminating at the Orange Town line
     

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