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Shenandoah County, Virginia - - 1900 Federal Census Team Transcription
Microfilm # T623-1727
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71 Ashby Magisterial Dist. (part) including Mt. Jackson town
All of said district lying east of a line commencing in the Madison district line at the intersection of two county roads, a short distance east of the Bethel Lutheran Church, thence following the middle of said road to the residence of J. F. Echard at Hamburg Post Office, thence along said road in a westerly direction down by the residences of Wm. Bowman and Jonathan Harpin's Heirs, and on down said road to the intersection of said road with the Mount Jackson and Howard Lick Turnpike near the residence of James A. Zirkle, thence along the middle of said turnpike through the village of Mount Clifton to the intersection of a County road with said turnpike, near the blacksmith shop of Henry R. Jordan, thence leaving said turnpike and following the middle of said County road to the Lee District line.
     
Microfilm # T623-1728
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72 Ashby Magisterial Dist. (part)
All of said district lying west of a line commencing in the Madison District line at the intersection of two County roads, a short distance east of Bethel Lutheran Church, thence following the middle of said road to the residence of J. F. Echard at Hamburg Post Office, thence along said road in a westerly direction down by the residence of Wm. Bowman and Jonathan Harpin's Heirs, and on down said road to the intersection of said road with the Mount Jackson and Howard Lick Turnpike near the residence of James A. Zirkle, thence along the middle of said turnpike through the village of Mount Clifton to the intersection of a County road with said turnpike, near the blacksmith shop of Henry R. Jordan, thence leaving said turnpike and following the middle of said County road to the Lee District line.
     
73 Davis Magisterial Dist. (part) including Strasburg town
All of said district lying east of a line commencing at Cedar Creek, where the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company's track crosses said creek from Frederick County, thence following the line of said Railroad to Strasburg Junction, thence from said Junction along the line of the Southern Railroad, to the boundary-line between Davis and Stonewall Districts, in the County road near the residence of W. J. Sibert.
     
74 Davis Magisterial Dist. (part)
All of said district lying west of a line commencing at Cedar Creek, where the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company's track crosses said Creek from Frederick County, thence following the line of said Railroad to Strasburg Junction, thence from said Junction along the line of the Southern Railroad, to the boundary line between Davis and Stonewall Districts, in the County road near the residence of W. J. Sibert.
     
75 Johnston Magisterial Dist. (part)
All of said District lying east of the Massanutten Mountain, known as Powell's Fort.
     
76 Johnston Magisterial Dist. (part) including Woodstock town (part)
All of said district lying west of the Massanutten Mountain.
     
77 Lee Magisterial Dist. (part) including New Market town
All of said district lying east of a line commencing at the intersection of Ashby and Lee District lines, where the Southern Railway crosses said line, near the residence of A. C. Neff, thence following the middle of said Railroad and along its course to the Rockingham County line.
     
78 Lee Magisterial Dist. (part)
All of said district lying west of a line commencing at the intersection of Ashby and Lee District lines, where the Southern Railway crosses said line, near the residence of A. C. Neff, thence following the middle of said Railroad and along its course to the Rockingham County line.
     
79 Madison Magisterial Dist. (part) including Edinburg town
All of said district lying east of a line commencing in the middle of the County road in the Stonewall District line near the Methodist Church called Wesley Chapel, thence along said road in a westerly direction to Stony Creek, crossing said creek on said road near the residence of Harrison Fadely, thence along said road by the residence of the Wilkin boys and J. O. Wakeman to the intersection of Madison and Ashby Districts at Zion Lutheran Church.
     
80 Madison Magisterial Dist. (part)
All of said district west of a line commencing in the middle of the County road in the Stonewall district line near the Methodist Church called Wesley Chapel, thence along said road in a westerly direction to Stony Creek, crossing said creek on said road near the residence of Harrison Fadely, thence along said road by the residences of the Wilkin boys and J. O. Wakeman to the intersection of Madison and Ashby Districts at Zion Lutheran Church.
     
81 Stonewall Magisterial Dist. (part) including Woodstock town (part)
All of said district lying south of a line commencing at the toll-gate at the northern end of Woodstock, just beyond the corporation limits, thence in a straight line for about two hundred yards to where the Southern Railway crosses the Sharer's Gap County Road, thence following and along the middle of said road to the top of Little North Mountain.
     
82 Stonewall Magisterial Dist. (part)
All of said district lying north of a line commencing at the toll-gate at the northern end of Woodstock, just beyond the corporation limits, thence in a straight line for about two hundred yards to where the Southern Railway crosses the Sharer's Gap County Road, thence following and along the middle of said road to the top of Little North Mountain. This district also includes that portion of Cedar Creek Valley lying west of Little North Mountain within the District of Stonewall.
     

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