Keep in mind that each colored circle represents " a Garvey"
- sometimes it's a whole family, while other times it's just an individual.
The positions of the circles are only meant to indicate county of residence.
A large circle containing a number is used in the cases where the number
of Garveys in one place is too large to represent with individual circles
(for example: New York City in 1850).
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