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1830 US Census

St John the Baptist Parish

Louisiana


Copied from microfilm by Dwayne Montz



 

NOTES

    1) This listing of the St John the Baptist Parish 1830 US Census was originally done for personal use and may contain errors.  Some entries were difficult or impossible to read. This listing should be considered as a guide for further research in the microfilm.

    2) The microfilm does not indicate specific locations in the parish.  However, Part 1 seems to begin on the West Bank of the river at the St Charles Parish line and proceeds upriver to the St James Parish line.  A known location near the approximate center of the parish would be the church of St John the Baptist identified as the "MINA, Mr. L'abbe" entry as he is the Catholic priest stationed at the church in what is now the town of Edgard.  The last entry on the West Bank is not clear but would be somewhere just before the George Wimprenne family at the end of Part 1 as Wimprenne's farm was on the East Bank at the lower end of the parish approaching St Charles Parish.  Part 2 continues upriver on the East Bank to the St James Parish line.



 
1830 Census Listing

 
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Revised by Dwayne Montz on 17 December 2000