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Cabell County, West Virginia - - 1900 Federal Census Team Transcription
Microfilm # T623-1756
ED# Enumeration Description: Status Transcriber Proofreader
1 Barboursville Magisterial Dist. (part) including Barboursville town
All that part of Magisterial Dist. within the following bounds: Beginning at the public road leading down the Ohio River from Cox's Landing at a point where said road crosses the Union and Barboursville district lines; thence in a southwesterly direction with said Union District line to the line of Grant Magisterial Dist., thence with the Grant district line to McComas district line; thence with the McComas district line to the Guyandotte River. Thence down the said Guyandotte River to Mud Island past Merritt's Mills; thence with the main public road leading from Merritt's Mills to Cox's Landing, the place of beginning.
     
2 Barboursville Magisterial Dist. (part)
All that part of Magisterial Dist. within the following bounds: Beginning at McComas district line where the Guyandotte River crosses said line dividing it from Barboursville Magisterial Dist.; thence down the Guyandotte River to Mud Island, past Merritt's Mills; thence with the main public road leading from Merritt's Mills to Cox's Landing to a point in said road where the same crosses the line between Union and Barboursville Magisterial Dist.s; thence north with the said Union district line to the Ohio River; thence down said river to the line of Guyandotte Magisterial Dist.; thence with a line of the said Guyandotte Magisterial Dist. to the Wayne county line; thence with the Wayne county line to the line of McComas Magisterial Dist.; thence with the McComas district line to the place of beginning.
     
3 Grant Magisterial Dist. (part) including Culloden town
All of district within the following bounds: Beginning in the Mason county line at the point where the Union and Grant district lines intersect the Mason county line; thence in a westerly direction with the Union and Grant district line to Mud River; thence up said Mud River to the mouth of Killgorus Creek; thence up said creek to the Glennwood Road; thence with the said road to the Mason county line, thence with the Mason county line to the place of beginning.
     
4 Grant Magisterial Dist. (part) including Milton town
All of district bounded as follows: Beginning at the mouth of Killgorus Creek; thence up said creek to the Glennwood Road, thence with the Glennwood Road to the Mason county line; thence with the Mason county line to the Putnam county line; thence with the Putnam county line to the Lincoln county line; thence with the Lincoln county line to the McComas district line; thence with the McComas district line to the top of the ridge at the head waters of Big Two Mile Creek, in a line of enumeration Magisterial Dist. No. 3; thence with the top of the ridge in a straight line to the headwaters of Big Two Mile Creek; thence down Big Two Mile Creek to Mud River; thence down said Mud River to the mouth of Killgorus Creek, the place of beginning.
     
5 Grant Magisterial Dist. (part)
All of district bounded as follows: Beginning on Mud River at the Barboursville district line just above the mouth of Cabell Creek; thence up the said river to the mouth of Big Two Mile Creek; thence up Big Two Mile Creek to the line of McComas Magisterial Dist. on the dividing ridge between Big Two Mile Creek and Fudger's Creek; thence in a northerly direction with the McComas district line to the Barboursville district line; thence with the Barboursville district line to the place of beginning.
     
6 Guyandot Magisterial Dist.
Excluding Guyandot town, Central City town, and Huntington city
     
7 Central City town      
8 Guyandot town      
9 Huntington city: Ward 1 (part)
Bounded by: Ohio River, 6th, 6th extended, Corporation line, Ohio River
     
10 Huntington city: Ward 1 (part)
Bounded by: 3rd Avenue, 8th, 8th extended, Corporation line, 6th extended, 6th
     
11 Huntington city: Ward 1 (part)
Bounded by: Ohio River, 9th, 9th extended, Corporation line, 8th extended, 8th, 3rd Avenue, 6th
     
12 Huntington city: Ward 2 (part)
Bounded by: Ohio River, 12, 12th extended Corporation line, 9th extended, 9th
     
13 Huntington city: Ward 3 (part)
Bounded by: the Ohio River, 16th, 16th extended, Corporation line, 12th extended, 12th
     
14 Huntington city: Ward 3 (part)
Bounded by: the Ohio River, 18th, 18th extended, Corporation line, 16th extended, 16th
     
15 Huntington city: Ward 3 (part)
Bounded by: the Ohio River, 20th, Corporation line, 18th extended, 18th
     
16 Huntington city: Ward 3 (part)
Bounded by: the Ohio River, Guyandotte River, Corporation line, 20th extended, 20th
     
17 McComas Magisterial Dist. (part)
All of district east of the Guyandotte River.
     
18 McComas Magisterial Dist. (part)
All of district west of the Guyandotte River.
     
19 Union Magisterial Dist. (part)
All of district north of a line beginning on the Ohio River at the mouth of Nine Mile Creek; thence up said creek to the public road leading up said creek; thence with said public road leading up said creek to the forks of the road near a school house; thence with the public road leading from Nine Mile Creek to Seven Mile Creek; thence with the public road leading up Seven Mile Creek to the forks of the road near Union Ridge Post Office; thence with the public road crossing the right hand fork and leading thereon to the Little Guyandotte River, to the Mason county line.
     
20 Union Magisterial Dist. (part)
All of district south of a line beginning on the Ohio River at the mouth of Nine Mile Creek; thence up said creek to the public road leading up said creek; thence with public road leading up said creek to the forks of the road near a school house; thence with the public road leading from Nine Mile Creek to Seven Mile Creek; thence with the public road leading up Seven Mile Creek to the forks of the road near Union Ridge Post Office; thence with the public road crossing the right hand fork and leading thereon to the Little Guyandotte River, to the Mason county line.
     

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