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Wood County, West Virginia - - 1900 Federal Census Team Transcription
Microfilm # T623-1776

Enum
Distr

District  Status  Transcriber  Proofreader
129 Clay district         
130 Harris district (part of) All of district north of a line beginning on the Ohio River at the mouth of Lee Creek; thence up the said creek to the point where the public road crosses the Middle Fork of said creek; thence with the public road leading up said Middle Fork to the head waters of the said creek; thence with the main public road to the Steel district line near Tyner Post Office, passing by the property owned, or formerly owned by William Logan and William Foutty.        
131 Harris district (part of) All of district south of a line beginning on the Ohio River at the mouth of Lee Creek; thence up the said creek to the point where the public road crosses the middle fork of said creek; thence with the public road leading up said middle fork to the head waters of the said creek; thence with the main public road to the Steel district line near Tyner Post Office, passing by the property owned, or formerly owned by William Logan and William Foutty.      
132 Lubeck district (part of) All of district bounded as follows: Beginning on the Little Kanawha River at the mouth of Neals Run; thence with the said run to the forks of the road near the William Leachman residence; thence with the Parkersburg and Lubeck Turnpike, to the point where said turnpike crosses the waters of Sand Creek; thence with the said Sand Creek to the Ohio River, thence up the Ohio River, including Blannerhassett Island to the mouth of the Little Kanawha River; thence up the said Little Kanawha River to the place of beginning.      
133 Lubeck district (part of) All of district bounded as follows: Beginning at Neals Run where it crosses the Lubeck and Tygart district line; thence up said Neal's Run to the forks of the road near the William Leachman residence; thence with the Parkersburg and Lubeck Turnpike to where it crosses the headwaters of Sand Creek; thence down said Sand Creek to the Ohio River; thence down the Ohio River, including New berry Island, to the Harris district line; thence with the Harris district line to the Tygart district line; thence to the place of beginning.      
134 Parkersburg district (part of) excl. Parkersburg city All of district bounded as follows: Beginning on the St. Mary's Turnpike at the corporation line of the city of Parkersburg; thence with the said St. Mary's Turnpike to the line of Union district; thence with the line of Union district, and Parkersburg district, to the line of Williams district, thence with a line of Williams district and Parkersburg district to the Ohio River; thence down the Ohio River to the corporation line of the city of Parkersburg; thence with the said corporation line to the place of beginning.      
135 Parkersburg district (part of) excl. Parkersburg city All of district bounded as follows: Beginning on the St. Mary's Turnpike at the corporation line of the city of Parkersburg; thence with the said turnpike to the Union district line; thence southwest with the Union district line to the line of Clay district; thence with a line of Clay district and Parkersburg district to the Little Kanawha River; thence down the Little Kanawha River to the corporation line of the city of Parkersburg; thence with the corporation line of the city of Parkersburg to the place of beginning.      
136 Parkersburg city Ward 1      
137 Parkersburg city Ward 2      
138 Parkersburg city Ward 3      
139 Parkersburg city Ward 4      
140 Parkersburg city Ward 5      
141 Slate district      
142 Steele district (part of) All of district north and east of a line beginning on the Harris district line on the public road leading up the south fork of Lee Creek past the California school house in Sub district No. 12, thence with the main road from said school house to Mt. Hope school house in Sub district No. 15; thence with the main public road to the head waters of Rock Camp Run; thence with the public road leading down said Rock Camp Run to the Parkersburg and Charleston Turnpike to the Wirt county line near Lime-stone Hill.      
143 Steele district (part of) All of district south and west of a line beginning on the Harris district line, on the public road leading up the south fork of Lee Creek; thence with the said public road leading up the south fork of Lee Creek past the California school house in Sub district No. 12; thence with the main road from said school house to Mt. Hope school house in Sub district No. 15; thence with the main public road to the head waters of Rock Camp Run; thence with the public road leading down said Rock Camp Run to the Parkersburg and Charleston Turnpike; thence with the said Parkersburg and Charleston Turnpike to the Wirt county line near Lime-stone Hill.      
144 Tygart district      
145 Union district      
146 Walker district (part of) All of district south and west of a line beginning at the Union district line in the northwestern turnpike near Dallison; thence with the said northwestern turnpike to the forks of the road at Pleasant Valley Baptist Church; thence with the main public road leading to the straight fork of the Walker's Creek by way of C. & D. Farnsworth's; thence with the main public road leading on to Walker's Creek; thence with the main public road leading to the B. & O. R. R., near Eaton tunnel, passing school house in Sub district No. 2, thence with the B. & O. R. R., to the Ritchie county line near Volcano Junction.      
147 Walker district  Assigned Diana McLaughlin  
148 Williams district      

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