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Northampton County, Virginia - - 1900 Federal Census Team Transcription
Microfilm # T623-1720
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58 Capeville Magisterial Dist. (part) including Cape Charles town
Beginning at Lucius Nottingham's Branch on sea side and running west along cross road on the north side of Kemper Goffigon's farm to Bayside County road, thence north along said Bayside County road to the Cape Charles road, thence west along this road to Cape Charles Cemetery, thence north to Rose Hill Branch, thence along said branch to King's Creek, thence west to Bay including all south and west of this.
     
59 Capeville Magisterial Dist. (part)
All south of Salem's Cross Road up to south side of Mattawaman Creek on Bayside, thence along Deep Branch to the Bayside County road, thence on a line across to the seaside at the branch on the south side of farm, Mount Prospect, which at one time belonged to George Toy.
     
60 Eastville Magisterial Dist. (part)
Excluding Eastville town. All that part south of Salem's Cross Road up to north side of Mattawaman Creek on Bayside, thence along Deep Branch to the Bayside County road, thence on a line across to the sea side at the branch on the south side of farm, Mount Prospect, which at one time belonged to George Toy.
     
61 Eastville Magisterial Dist. (part) including Eastville town
All that part north of Salem's Cross Road up to north side of Mattawaman Creek on Bayside, thence along Deep Branch to the Bayside County road, thence on a line across to the seaside at the branch on the south side of farm, Mount Prospect, which at one time belonged to George Toy.
     
62 Franktown Magisterial Dist. (part)
Bounded north by the County line of Accomac, east by main County road beginning above Franktown and Eastville districts at Jacob's Branch, south by Eastville district line, and west by Bay line.
     
63 Franktown Magisterial Dist. (part)
Bounded north by Accomac County line, east by the sea line, south by Eastville District line, west by main County road beginning above Franktown and running to Eastville District line at Jacob's Branch.
     

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