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Essex County, Virginia - - 1900 Federal Census Team Transcription
Microfilm # T623-1707
ED# Enumeration Description: Status Transcriber Proofreader
24 Central Magisterial Dist. (part)
Beginning at Henley's Fork; thence to Whitelock's gate; thence to John Longest's store; thence Munday's Corner, to Roxburg to Battery; to Bull Neck road; thence up Bull Neck road to Caroline line; thence follow the division line between Essex and King and Queen Counties to Miller's; thence following the old stage road to Henley's Fork, its starting point.
     
25 Central Magisterial Dist. (part) including Tappahannock town
Beginning at Henley's Fork; thence to Gordon's Mill, and follow the Rappahannock river; thence by river to Occupacia line; thence to division line between King and Queen and Essex counties to Miller's.
     
26 Occupacia Magisterial Dist. (part)
Beginning at mouth of Occupacia Creek at Rappahannock river, follow Creek to Hunter's Mill, thence the main road to Kay's old store, to Pedroe's P.O. continue to Caroline line, follow line between Essex and Caroline to the Bull Neck line, thence to mouth of Occupacia Creek.
     
27 Occupacia Magisterial Dist. (part)
Beginning on north side Occupacia Creek, and follow the Creek to Caroline line, thence to Pedroe's, thence to Hunter's Mill, and return to starting point on Occupacia Creek.
     
28 Rappahannock Magisterial Dist. (part)
Beginning at Muddy Gut, and follow the main road to Cedar Fork, thence to Upright, thence to Oak Grove, to Bestland Bridge, to King and Queen line, along said line to the Middlesex line, follow this line to Rappahannock river, thence up said river to Muddy Gut, starting point.
     
29 Rappahannock Magisterial Dist. (part)
From Bestland bridge, follow King and Queen to Miller's, down the line of Central District to Rappahannock river, and down said river to Muddy Gut.
     

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