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Lancaster County, Virginia - - 1900 Federal Census Team Transcription
Microfilm # T623-1714
ED# Enumeration Description: Status Transcriber Proofreader
43 Mantua Magisterial Dist.      
44 White Chapel Magisterial Dist. (part)
Including that part of White Chapel Mag. Dist. known as Lower Corotoman lying south and southeast of a line commencing at the mouth of Greenvale Creek on the Rappahannock River, and running thence up said Creek to its head, and thence westerly in a straight line, across the land to the head of Senicor's Creek, thence down the said Creek to the western branch of the Corotoman River and down the said river to its mouth.
     
45 White Chapel Magisterial Dist. (part)
Including that part of the Mag. Dist. lying north and northwest of a line from the mouth of Greenvale Creek on the Rappahannock river, thence up the said Creek to its head, thence westerly in a straight line across the land to the head of Senicor's Creek, and thence down the said Creek to the western Branch of the Corotoman river, thence up said western branch with the line which divides the Mantua Mag. Dist. from this part of the White Chapel district.
     
46 Whitestone Magisterial Dist. (part)
Including all that part lying south and southeast of the line commencing at Carter's Creek and running easterly with the line which divides the Whitestone Election District from the Kilmanock Election District, and thence easterly with the said line to the Chesapeake Bay.
     
47 Whitestone Magisterial Dist. (part)
Including all that part lying N. N. west of the line which divides the Whitestone Election District from the Kilmanock Election District, thence easterly with said line to the Chesapeake Bay.
     

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