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Census Data: Barbour Co., Alabama
 
Compilation of Census Data
 
Barbour County was formed from a portion of Pike and a portion of the Creek cessation of 1832 and retained that shape until 1866 when the Beat and village of Glennville was given to Russell and a portion was taken from Barbour, Macon, Montgomery and Pike to form Bullock.
 
 
Barbour Co. 1850 census
 
Barbour County, AL 21 Dec 1850 Div No. 23
Page 83b
4/4
J. J. ENGLISH 49 m --GA ---Farmer
Viney ENGLISH 50 f --GA
Sampson ENGLISH 20 m --GA
James ENGLISH 18 m --GA
Lumpkin ENGLISH 15 m --GA
Martha ENGLISH 13 f --GA
Frances ENGLISH 10 f --GA
Elizabeth ENGLISH 6 f --AL
Mary ENGLISH 4 f --AL
Francis M. 2 m --AL
 
Barbour Co. 1860 census
 
no ENGLISH families listed
 
Barbour Co. 1870 census
 
Barbour County, AL page 356, 18 Aug 1870 Twp 9 R 24 Louisville PO.
1873/1994
ENGLISH, William 45 m w Farmer GA
ENGLISH, Rebecca 38 f w GA
ENGLISH, Janie 14 f w AL
ENGLISH, John 15 m w AL
ENGLISH, Malinda 13 f w AL
ENGLISH, Samuel 10 m w AL
ENGLISH, Ella 9 f w AL
ENGLISH, Anna 3 f w AL
ENGLISH, Benjamin 2 m w AL

Barbour County, AL page 148, 19 aug 1870 Twp 12 R 28 Eufaula P. O.
2455/2496
ENGLISH, Wm. G or T. 36 m w Farmer AL
ENGLISH, Elizabeth 20 f w AL


Barbour County, AL page 385, 25 Aug 1870 Twp 8 R 25 Clio P. O.
1787/1905
ENGLISH, Mathew 22 m w Farmer
ENGLISH, Louellen? 19 f w AL

 

     
     
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