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Washington County, Kentucky – 1860 Census

Washington County, Kentucky – 1860 Census

Page 11 – Springfield

68 – Hayden, Charles F.   38   M   KY

  • Sarah E.   32   F   KY
  • James B.   15   M   KY
  • Susan F.   13   F   KY
  • George P.   11   M   KY
  • Martha E.   9   F   KY
  • Sarah J.   7   F   KY
  • Benjamin   6   M   KY
  • Ann E.   4   F   KY
  • Francis E.   1   M   KY

69 – Champion, Thomas   35   M   KY

  • Tabitha   31   F   KY
  • William T.   5   M   KY
  • Allis J.   4   F   KY
  • Bennet B.   3/12   M   KY

70 – Mock, Daniel J.   46   M   KY   Gunsmith

  • Susan   39   F   KY
  • Eliza J.   17   F   KY
  • George   15   M   KY
  • Edward M.   14   M   KY
  • Margaret   10   F   KY
  • Harriet   7   F   KY
  • Franklin P.   4   M   KY
  • Kate   1   F   KY
  • Charles F.   21   M   KY

71 – Best, Simon   45   M   KY

  • Lucinda   44   F   KY
  • Elizabeth   18   F   KY
  • Sarah   16   F   KY
  • Franklin   14   M   KY
  • Lydia A.   12   F   KY
  • Melissa   10   F   KY
  • Nancy   8   F   KY
  • Samuel H.   5   M   KY
  • James   2   M   KY
  • John   2   M   KY
  • Green, Thomas   36   M   KY

72 – Best, Marion   22   M   KY

  • Frances   21   F   KY
  • Nancy   2   F   KY

73 – Funk, William   62   M   KY

  • Polly   59   F   KY
  • Mariah   26   F   KY
  • Polly   24   F   KY
  • Jacob   23   M   KY
  • Hedges, Sidney   8   M   KY
  • Hedges, Sarah E.   6   F   KY

Page 12 – Springfield

74 – Canary, William H.   38   M   KY

  • Mary A.   37   F   KY
  • Abraham   14   M   KY
  • James R. C.   8   M   KY

75 – Hundly, William   28   M   KY

  • Elizabeth   28   F   KY
  • John B.   4   M   KY
  • Thomas J.   1   M   KY

76 – Hickerson, Levi   24   M   KY

  • Nancy J.   33   F   KY
  • Humphrey, Mary L.   16   F   KY
  • Humphrey, William H.   12   M   KY
  • Sweeney, William   76   M   KY   Shingle maker

77 – Elder, William   28   M   KY   School teacher

  • Martha   29   F   KY
  • Mary L.   3   F   KY
  • Joseph J.   8/12   M   KY

78 – Logsdon, William H.   31   M   KY

  • Mariah J.   29   F   KY
  • Cyrus G.   7   M   KY
  • Nancy E.   5   F   KY
  • John W.   2   M   KY
  • Mary J.   2/12   F   KY
  • Foster, Mary E.   25   F   KY
  • Foster, Martha S.   4   F   KY

79 – Young, Martin   47   M   KY

  • Eliza   48   F   KY
  • Emily   19   F   KY
  • James   17   M   KY
  • John H.   15   M   KY
  • Harriet L.   11   F   KY
  • Ruth H.   5   F   KY

80 – Barker, John T.   42   M   VA

  • Rosanne   41   F   KY
  • James D.   12   M   KY
  • William   8   M   KY
  • Emily E.   5   F   KY

2 replies »

  1. You do such great work that I am unlikely to ever offer criticism. There were two districts. This must be District 1. My ancestors are in District 2, page 14 and I scrolled back from there. Do you know what were the dividing lines between Springfield Districts 1 & 2?

    • Yes, my information is from District 1. I’m not sure about the dividing lines, but it looks like Highway 555 goes north through the middle of Springfield – and the middle of the county, dividing it into eastern and western sections. However, Willisburg (in the eastern section) is half in District 1 and the other in District 2! The western section of the county is predominantly Catholic, the eastern side Protestant.

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