1830 Hopkinton, Merrimack County, New Hampshire

 

This is the first year of the census that Hopkinton will be listed in the newly formed Merrimack County, New Hampshire. MerrimackCounty was set off from RockinghamCounty in 1823 and includes the State Capital of Concord. For more information about Merrimack County history go to http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nhmerrim/ .

Source:

Heritage Quest online Browse mode for census, logged in via local library

Series M19 Roll 76 pages 201-217

Abbreviations:

FWM4 = Free white males under 5 years

FWM9 = Free white males 5-9 years

FWM14 = Free white males 10-14 years

FWM19 = Free White males 15-19

FWM29 = Free white males 22-29 years

FWM39 = Free white males 30-39 years

FWM49 = Free white males 40-49

FWM59 = Free white males 50-59

FWM69 = Free white males 60-69

FWM69 = Free white males 60-69

FWM79 = Free white males 70-79

FWM89 = Free white males 80-89

FWM99 = Free white males 90-99

FWM100+ = Free white males 100 and up

FWF4 = Free white females under 5 years

FWF9 = Free white females 5-10 years

FWF14 = Free white females 10-14 years

FWF19 = Free White females 15-19

FWF29 = Free white females 22-29 years

FWF39 = Free white females 30-39 years

FWF49 = Free white females 40-49

FWF59 = Free white females 50-59

FWF69 = Free white females 60-69

FWF69 = Free white females 60-69

FWF79 = Free white females 70-79

FWF89 = Free white females 80-89

FWF99 = Free white females 90-99

FWF100+ = Free white females 100 and up

FCP & Slaves: The census also breaks down by males and females for slaves and free colored persons. There was only one listed under the surname Chase. For the sake of space I did not list the other abbreviations for each free colored persons or slaves. I did list the person with the household he was in.

 [Letter] means it was raised above as an abbreviation of the name

 

Baruch Chase: 1 FWM29; 1 FWM69; 1 FWF39; 1 FWF69 page 204 line 3

 

Charles Chase: 2 FWM 19; 1 FWM59; 1 FWF29; 1 FWF59 page 204 line 4

 

Daniel Chase: 1 FWM15; 2 FWM29; 1FWM59; 1 FWF 14; 1 FWF19; 1 FWF39; 1 FWF59 page 204 line 5

 

Horace Chase: 2 FWM4; 1 FWM9; 1 FWM49; 1 FWF9; 1FWF39; 1 FWF49 PAGE 204 LINE 6

 

Jacob Chase: 1 FWM4; 1 FWM14; 2 FWM29; 1 FWM59; 1 FWF9; 2 FWF19; 1 FWF29; 1 FWF49 page 204 line 7

 

Moses B. Chase: 1 FWM4; 1 FWM29; 1 FWF4; 1FWF19; 1 FWF59 page 204 line 8

Enoch Chase: 2 FWM19; 1 FWM29; 1 FWM59; 1 FWF14; 1 FWF59 page 204 line 9 (I feel that my ancestor, Jacob, is still in his father’s household as one of the FWM19)

 

Enoch J. Chase: 2 FWM4; 1 FWM14; 1 FWM29; 1 FWF4; 2 FWF9; 1 FWF29 page 204 line 10 ( The letter may be other than a “J”, but I felt, based on family records and the fact the letter curves below the line, that it is the letter “J,” not a “T,” “,I” “F” or “G.” In the colonial handwriting these letters all look similar in style.

 

Daniel D. Chase: 1FWM29; 1 FWF4; 1 FWF29 page 204 line 11

 

Daniel Chase Jr.: 1 FWM4; 1 FWM39; 1 FWF9; 1 FWF15; 1 FWF29; 1 FCP male age 10-24 page 204 line 12

 

Reuben Chase: 1 FWM4; 1 FWM39; 1 FWF9; 1 FWF29 page 204 line 13

 

Moses Chase: 1 FWM4; 1 FWM29; 1 FWF4; 1 FWF29; 1FWF59 page 204 line 14

 

Baruch Chase Jr.: 1 FWM29; 1 FWF19 page 204 line 15

 

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