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Wise County, Virginia - - 1900 Federal Census Team Transcription
Microfilm # T623-1732
ED# Enumeration Description: Status Transcriber Proofreader
123 Gladeville Mag. Dist. (part) incl. Gladeville and Tacoma towns
All that part of district lying north of a line beginning at a point in Guest's river where it crosses the line between the Lipps and Gladeville district line; thence running up said river as it meanders to its forks near J. H. Addington's dwelling house; thence up the Beaver Dam Fork with the county road to Fox Gap to a point in the district line between the Gladeville and Roberson districts.
 Assigned John Powers  
124 Gladeville Magisterial Dist. (part) including Norton town
All that part of district lying south of a line beginning at a point in Guest's river where it crosses the line between the Lipps and Gladeville district line; thence running up said River as it meanders to its forks near J. H. Addington's dwelling house; thence up the Beaver Dam Fork with the county road to Fox Gap to a point in the district line between the Gladveille and Roberson Districts.
 Assigned John Powers  
125 Lipps Magisterial Dist. (part)
All that part of district lying east of a line beginning at a point in the Wise and Dickenson county line due north of James T. Edward's dwelling house and running due south to a point in the Sandy Ridge road near the said James T. Edward's house; thence with said road to its junction with the Banner road near J. Monroe Hillman's dwelling house; thence with said Banner road to its junction with Toms creekand Bull Run road at or near Bannervein; thence in a straight line to the head of Crab-or chard branch; thence with said branch as it meanders to its junction with Guest's river; thence down Guest's river to its junction with Clinch river in the Wise and Scott county line.
 Assigned John Powers  
126 Lipps Magisterial Dist. (part) including Bond and Coeburn towns
All that part of district lying west of a line beginning at a point in the Wise and Dickenson county line due north of James T. Edward's dwelling house and running due south to a point in the Sandy Ridge road near the said James T. Edward's house; thence with said road to its junction with the Banner road near J. Monroe Hillman's dwelling house; thence with said Banner road to its junction with Toms' creek and Bull Run roadat or near Bannervein; thence in a straight line to the head of Crabor chard branch; thence with said branch as it meanders to its junction with Guest's river thence down Guest's river to its junction with Clinch river in the Wise and Scott county line.
 Assigned John Powers  
127 Richmond Magisterial Dist. (part) including Big Stone Gap town
Bigstone Voting Pct.
 Assigned John Powers  
128 Richmond Magisterial Dist. (part) including East Stone Gap town
East Stonegap Voting Pct.
 Assigned John Powers  
129 Richmond Magisterial Dist. (part)
Gilley Voting Pct.
 Assigned John Powers  
130 Roberson Magisterial Dist. (part)
All that part of district lying west of the turnpike of State road leading from Russell Court House to Kentucky line at Pound Gap.
 Assigned John Powers  
131 Roberson Magisterial Dist. (part)
All that part of district lying east of the turnpike or State road leading from Russell Court House to Kentucky line at Pound Gap.
 Assigned John Powers  

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