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U.S. Federal Census relative to Moore & Pilcher
 
 
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1704
James City, Virginia

Ballard, William - 300 Acres 
Ballard, Thomas - 100 Acres 
 
 
U.S. Federal Census relative to Moore & Pilcher
 
 
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1790
First Census Of Kentucky

Proctors of Early Kentucky by County & Tax Date

Proctor, Page Madison 1789
Proctor, Benjamin Madison 1789
Proctor, George Fayette 12/4/1789
Proctor, John (and 3 others - all Fayette ) Fayette 6/3/1789
Proctor, William, Sr. & Jr. (and 1 other same date/place) Fayette 2/26/1790
Proctor, Ezekiah Fayette 2/26/1790
 
 
 
U.S. Federal Census relative to Moore & Pilcher
 
 
Please Note! Census records included on this web site contain corrections to obvious errors and may also include surnames of married women when known. These extractions are not intended as an exact transcription of the actual census, but as a tool to provide more accurate information for genealogical research. I have taken caution with these additions and/or corrections and done so only in a case where other records indicate there was an obvious error. - If you find I've added anything incorrectly, please feel free to advise me.
 

1790
Surry County, North Carolina
Established in 1771 from Rowan County

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Head of Family

Free White Males
16 & up
Including Head of Families

Free White Males
Under 16 

Free White Females
Including Head of Families

Pilcher, Daniel

01

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03

Pilcher, James

03

01

03

 
 
U.S. Federal Census relative to Moore & Pilcher
 
 
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  1800
Kentucky Tax List

NAME COUNTY DATE OF TAX
Pilcher, Fielding Woodford Co. 8/1800
Pilcher, Joshua Fayette Co. 8/19/1800
Pilcher, Moses Jessamine Co. 8/29/1800
Pilcher, Shadrack Jessamine Co. 8/29/1800
Proctor, George Fayette Co. 11/7/1800
Proctor, Hezekiah Jessamine Co. 8/29/1800
Proctor, Jeremiah Mason 6/10/1800
Proctor, John Jr. Jessamine Co. 8/29/1800
Proctor, John S. Jessamine Co. 8/29/1800
Proctor, Thomas Logan Co. 1800
Proctor, Uriah Jessamine Co. 8/29/1800
Proctor, William Barren Co. 1800
Proctor, William Jessamine Co. 8/29/1800
Proctor, William Fayette Co. 8/19/1800
Proctor, William Garrard Co. 8/6/1800
 
 
U.S. Federal Census relative to Moore & Pilcher
 
 
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1800
Surry County, North Carolina
Established in 1771 from Rowan County

Head of Family Males 0-9 Males 10-16 Males 26-44 Females 0-9 Females 10-16 Females 26-44
Proctor, Thos

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01

01

01

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01

Pilcher, Daniel

01

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01

02

02

01

 
 
U.S. Federal Census relative to Moore & Pilcher
 
 
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  1800
Grayson County, Virginia
Land Tax List
Formed 1792 from Wythe County

Land Holder

Quantity

Value

Tax

Ballard, Byrom 192 110.64 .53
Brown, Samuel 165 25 .12
Brown, Samuel 120 33.33 .16
Ballard, Joseph 26 25 .12
Ballard, Joseph 12 3.36 .04
Ballard, Joseph 145 50 .25
Ballard, John 106 33.33 .16
Ballard, Byrom 160 33.33 .16
Ballard, Germon 220 100 .48
Cadwalader, Moses (heirs) 360 61.67 .30
Mosman, Archibald 58 25 .12
McMillen, Thomas 300 150 .72
Mosman, Archibald 58 16 .08
Welch, John 60 20 .10
The total amount of tax collected was $262.22, and was attested to by John Hill, Commissioner of Revenue.
 
 
U.S. Federal Census relative to Moore & Pilcher
 
 
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    1805
Grayson County, Virginia
Personal Property Tax List
Formed 1792 from Wythe County

Name

Males
16 and up
Horses Tax
Amount
Ballard, William  2 1 .12
Brown, Samuel  1 4 .48
Brown, Samuel, Jr. 1 1 .12
Brown, Samuel, Sr.  1 0 .00
Kelley, John  1 2 .24
Mossman, Archibald  1 2 .24
McMillen, Thomas  1 2 .24
John Hills, Commissioner of Revenue signed this tax list, which reports 911 "white tythes", 8 blacks under 16 and 80 over 16 - none listed in any of the above households, but the rate taxed for a slave was .44 each. There were 1571 horses listed at a rate of .12 each. - It should also be noted that some families listed in earlier and later tax lists, and presumably should be in Grayson County at the time, are not listed.
 
 
U.S. Federal Census relative to Moore & Pilcher
 
 
Please Note! Census records included on this web site contain corrections to obvious errors and may also include surnames of married women when known. These extractions are not intended as an exact transcription of the actual census, but as a tool to provide more accurate information for genealogical research. I have taken caution with these additions and/or corrections and done so only in a case where other records indicate there was an obvious error. - If you find I've added anything incorrectly, please feel free to advise me.
 

  1810
Surry County, North Carolina
Established in 1771 from Rowan County

Head of Family M
0-9
M
10-16
M
16-26
M
26-44
M
45-up
F
0-9
F
10-16
F
16-26
F
26-44
F
45-up
Pilcher, Daniel

02

01

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01

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01

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01

01

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Pilcher, James

01

01

01

01

01

02

02

01

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01

 
 
U.S. Federal Census relative to Moore & Pilcher
 
 
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1810
Virginia Tax List

The 1810 Federal Census for Grayson county, VA was burned in 1814 by the British during the War of 1812. Grayson county encompasses the present territory as well as what is now Carroll county which was established in 1842 from Eastern Grayson county. The land owned by the Ballards, is now in Carroll county, situated on Chestnut Creek. *William Hill was married to Hannah Ballard in 1815 (Sister of C. "Anthony" and daughter of William & Elizabeth Anthony-Ballard).

Date Taken

Name

White
Tithables

Slaves

Horses

28 March

Ballard, William

2

0

3

30 March

Hill, William

1

0

2

06 April

Ballard, Anthony

1

0

2

06 April

Ballard, Byrom

2

0

2

 
 
U.S. Federal Census relative to Moore & Pilcher
 
 
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   1813
Grayson County, Virginia
Personal Property Tax
Formed 1792 From Wythe County

Name

White
Tithables

Horses

Tax

Anthony, Charles 1 3 .48
Ballard, Anthony 1 1 .16
Ballard, Moses  1 2 .32
Brown, Samuel  1 1 .16
Brown, Samuel  2 5 .80
Cunningham, John K.- 2 -- --
Mosman, Archibald 1 2 .32
Parker, Arthur  2 2 .32
Welch, John (one grist mill) 1 1 .16
John A. Griggs examined the foregoing list of taxable property... and found the same to be generally stated. Given under his hand the 31st day of May, 1813. John A. Grigg, Com. of Revenue
 
 
U.S. Federal Census relative to Moore & Pilcher
 
 
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  1820
Kentucky

Families of John & Hezekiah Proctor of the Walker Land Allotted Division

Head

M
-10
M
10 -16
M
18 - 26
M
45 & up
F
Under 10
F
16 Under 18
F
18 - 26
F
45 & up
Proctor, John 2 3 -- 2 1 2 2 3
Proctor, Hezekiah 2 1 1 3 1 1 -- 2
 
 
 
U.S. Federal Census relative to Moore & Pilcher
 
 
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1820
Ohio
North Township, Harrison County
Formed in 1813 from Jefferson County

View Township Map of Harrison County

Head of Family M
0-9
M
10-16
M
16-18
M
16-26

M
26-45

M
45-up
F
0-9
F
10-16
F
16-26
F
26-45
F
45-up
Gotshall, Jacob (p.109)

03

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01

02

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01

03

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01

01

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Gotshall, John (p.109)

03

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01

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01

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Wolf, John (p.110)

03

02

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01

03

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01

Firebaugh, Barbara (p.113)

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01

01

01

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01

Moore, John (p.113)

03

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01

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02

01

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01

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Firebaugh, John (p.115)

02

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01

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02

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01

01

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Firebaugh, David (p.115)

02

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01

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01

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01

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Cook, Martin (p.116)

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01

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01

03

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01

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U.S. Federal Census relative to Moore & Pilcher
 
 
Please Note! Census records included on this web site contain corrections to obvious errors and may also include surnames of married women when known. These extractions are not intended as an exact transcription of the actual census, but as a tool to provide more accurate information for genealogical research. I have taken caution with these additions and/or corrections and done so only in a case where other records indicate there was an obvious error. - If you find I've added anything incorrectly, please feel free to advise me.
 

1820
Ohio
Logan County
Formed 1818 from Champaign County

View Township Map of Logan County

Lake Township (Organized 1811) - page 68

Head of Household

Census
Age
Born
Month/Year
Ballard, Christopher Anthony

Aged 26 - 44

February 1789 

Ballard, Archibald M.

Aged 0 - 9

About 1818

Ballard, Margaret

Aged 0 - 9

About 1811

Ballard, Mina

Aged 0 - 9

About 1812

Ballard, Elizabeth

Aged 0 - 9

About 1814

Ballard, Helen?

Aged 10 - 16

About 1810

Ballard, Louisa

Aged 10 - 16

February 1809

Ballard, Eleanor (Mossman)

Age 26 - 44

November 1791

Christopher is listed as engaged in agriculture.  The names listed here have been added. The original census lists only head of household,but according to other sources these children and spouse Eleanor seem to fit the age categories. Names and Month/Year Born have been added.
 
 
U.S. Federal Census relative to Moore & Pilcher
 
 
Please Note! Census records included on this web site contain corrections to obvious errors and may also include surnames of married women when known. These extractions are not intended as an exact transcription of the actual census, but as a tool to provide more accurate information for genealogical research. I have taken caution with these additions and/or corrections and done so only in a case where other records indicate there was an obvious error. - If you find I've added anything incorrectly, please feel free to advise me.
 

1820
Virginia
Grayson County
Formed 1792 from Wythe County

NAME

REL

CENSUS
AGE

AGE

Month/Year
Born

Mossman, Archibald Head Over 45 Yrs 49 January 1771
Mossman, Eleanor Wife Over 45 Yrs 32 Unknown
Mossman, William Son Age 16 - 26 19 November 1801
Mossman, George Son Age 16 - 26 16 July 1804
"Mossman" Silvy Slave -- --

--

Daughters Eleanor and Mina were already married at this time.  Eleanor to Christopher A. Ballard in 1808 - living in Logan County, OH; and Mina to John McMullin in 1815.
 
 
U.S. Federal Census relative to Moore & Pilcher
 
 
Please Note! Census records included on this web site contain corrections to obvious errors and may also include surnames of married women when known. These extractions are not intended as an exact transcription of the actual census, but as a tool to provide more accurate information for genealogical research. I have taken caution with these additions and/or corrections and done so only in a case where other records indicate there was an obvious error. - If you find I've added anything incorrectly, please feel free to advise me.
 

1828
Virginia
Grayson County
Personal Property Tax List

Head of House

Tithable

Horses

Tax

Mossman, George 1 1  .12
Mossman, Archibald 1 1  .12 
Mossman, William 1 -- --
 
 
 
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