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Isle of Wight County, Virginia - - 1900 Federal Census Team Transcription
Microfilm # T623-1714
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13 Hardy Magisterial Dist. (part)
Beginning at Zuni on the Blackwater River, thence down said river to Blackwater bridge, thence from bridge along the Antioch road to farm of John C. Griffin, thence along the road to P. M. Hatchel's at intersection of Court House and Bethel Roads, thence down the Bethel Road to farm of C. H. Hart's, thence along the road to J. W. Stalling's, thence along county road to Green Level, thence along road to Stalling's old store, thence along county road to Pons P.O., thence along the road to A. J. Little's to Surry County line, thence along Surry County line to Blackwater River at Proctor's Bridge, thence down the Blackwater River to Zuni, the point of beginning.
     
14 Hardy Magisterial Dist. (part)
Beginning at Surry County line near A. J. Little's, thence up Surry County line to James River, thence down said river to Pagan Creek, thence up Pagan Creek to Mt. Holly Mills, thence along the County Road to E. W. Jones', thence along the road to P. M. Hatchel's at intersection of Court House and Bethel Roads, thence down the Bethel Road to C. H. Hart's, thence along the road to J. W. Stalling's, thence along road to Green Level, thence along the road to Stalling's old store, thence along County Road to Pons P.O., thence along the road by A. J. Little's to Surry County line, the point of beginning.
     
15 Newport Magisterial Dist. (part) including Smithfield town
Beginning at Mills Rogers on Brewers Creek, thence down Brewers Creek to Chuckatuck Creek, thence down Chuckatuck Creek to James River, thence up James River to Pagan Creek, thence up Pagan Creek to Mt. Holly Mills, thence up County Road to E. W. Jones, thence along road to Henry Tynes' on Smithfield and Isle of Wight Court House Road, thence along road to Scotts' factory, thence along County Road to Benn's Church; thence along the road to J. W. Chopman's, thence along the road to Mills Rogers on Brewers Creek, the point of beginning.
     
16 Newport Magisterial Dist. (part)
Beginning on County Road at J. C. Griffin's, thence along County Road to Barber's Cross Roads, thence along County Road to Sandy Ridge on Nansemond County line, thence east along said County line to Mills Rogers farm on Brewers Creek, thence along the road to J. W. Chopman's; thence along County Road to Benn's Church, thence along County Road to Scotts' factory, thence along road to Henry Tynes', thence along the Smithfield and Antioch Road to J. C. Griffin's, the point of beginning.
     
17 Windsor Magisterial Dist. (part)
Beginning at Richard Rhodes on Suffolk and Jerusalem Road, thence to cross roads at John Rhodes' farm, thence down Isle of Wight Court House Road to the Colosse Road, thence down the Colosse Road to Windsor and Franklin road at J. B. Johnson's, thence to cross roads at T. A. Williams', thence to Joyners bridge on Blackwater River, thence down Blackwater River to Nansemond County line, thence along Nansemond County line to Richard Rhodes', the point of beginning.
     
18 Windsor Magisterial Dist. (part)
Beginning at Richard Rhodes' on Suffolk & Jerusalem Road, then to cross roads at John Rhodes' farm, thence down Isle of Wight Court House Road to the Colosse Road, thence along the Colosse Road to the Windsor and Franklin Road at J. B. Johnson's, thence along Windsor and Franklin Road to T. A. Williams', Cross Roads, thence along Suffolk and Jerusalem Road to Joyners bridge on Blackwater River, thence up said river to Blackwater bridge, thence along County road leading past Antioch Church to Henry Peel's farm and Barber's Cross Roads, thence along County Road leading to Chuckatuck to Nansemond County line at Sandy Ridge, thence along Nansemond County line to Richard Rhodes', the point of beginning.
     

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