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201 According to the 1870 census, Peter Gomon's personal estate is valued at $200. Gomon, Peter (I1755)
 
202 According to the 1870 census, real estate was valued at $1,800 and personal estate at $250. Hamilton, William (I828)
 
203 According to the 1870 census, the Allen real estate is valued at $5,000 and their personal estate is valued at $1,000.

According to the 1875 census, the Allen residence is valued at $2,000. 
Allen, Vine A. (I305)
 
204 According to the 1870 census, the App residence was valued at $1,200 and their personal estate was valued at $1,600.

According to the 1875 census, the App residence was valued at $900. 
App, Martin (I11)
 
205 According to the 1870 census, the Aspell real estate value is $6,000. Unknown, Mary A. (I1726)
 
206 According to the 1870 census, the Best real estate was estimated at $3,000 and personal assets valued at $525. Best, Michael Louis (I1085)
 
207 According to the 1870 census, the Brayton personal estate was valued at $200. Brayton, John (I1703)
 
208 According to the 1870 census, the Bushnell real estate was valued at $5,000 and their personal estate was valued at $1,000. Bushnell, Horatio H. (I1717)
 
209 According to the 1870 census, the Deans real estate is valued at $2,500 and personal assets valued at $600. Deans, John E. Jr. (I356)
 
210 According to the 1870 census, the Deans residence is valued at $2,500 and his personal property valued at $600. Deans, John (I353)
 
211 According to the 1870 census, the Dickinson real estate is valued at $1,800 and personal estate valued at $2,300. Dickinson, Almon (I1707)
 
212 According to the 1870 census, the Drum real estate is valued at $500 and personal estate valued at $100.

According to the 1875 census, the Drum residence was valued at $300. 
Drum, Robert (I802)
 
213 According to the 1870 census, the Duncan real estate is valued at $2,500 and their personal estate is valued at $600.

According to the 1875 census, the Duncan residence is valued at $900. 
Duncan, Seth P. (I440)
 
214 According to the 1870 census, the Garber personal estate is valued at $100. Garber, Charles H. (I1722)
 
215 According to the 1870 census, the Gomon real estate was valued at $150 and their personal estate is valued at $600. Gomon, Napoleon (I1751)
 
216 According to the 1870 census, the Hallagan real estate is valued at $2,500 and personal estate valued at $600. Hallagan, James (I1745)
 
217 According to the 1870 census, the Haynes residence real estate is valued at $1,000 and personal estate valued at $200.

According to the 1875 census, the Haynes residence is valued at $3,500. 
Haynes, Edward C. (I298)
 
218 According to the 1870 census, the Henry real estate was valued at $2,500 and their personal estate is valued at $4,050.

According to the 1875 census, the Henry residence was valued at $1,000. 
Henry, Curtis S. (I572)
 
219 According to the 1870 census, the Keogh real estate is valued at $5,000 and their personal estate at $1,000.

According to the 1875 census, the Keogh residence is valued at $1,200. 
Keogh, Patrick (I317)
 
220 According to the 1870 census, the Kime residence was valued at $1,000 and their personal estate valued at $225.

According to the 1875 census, the Kime residence was valued at $1,500. 
Kime, Philip (I644)
 
221 According to the 1870 census, the Knight real estate is valued at $3,500 and their personal estate is valued at $1,000.

According to the 1875 census, the Knight residence was valued at $900. 
Knight, Abner (I966)
 
222 According to the 1870 census, the Marble personal estate was valued at $100.

According to the 1875 census, the Marble residence was valued at $800. 
Marble, Cyrus O. (I421)
 
223 According to the 1870 census, the Marble personal estate was valued at $200. Marble, Edward A. (I255)
 
224 According to the 1870 census, the Marble real estate is valued $4,000 and their personal estate is valued at $2,000.

According to the 1875 census, the Marble Hotel is valued at $4,0000. 
Marble, Cyrus (I253)
 
225 According to the 1870 census, the Narr family has no valued real estate and a personal estate valued at $1,500. Narr, George (I1712)
 
226 According to the 1870 census, the Perkins family personal property is valued at $13,500 and his real estate property is valued at $400.

According to the 1875 census, the Perkins family, is boarding with the Haynes family. Elizabeth Perkins married Edward Haynes. 
Perkins, Draper (I301)
 
227 According to the 1870 census, the Sherman real estate was valued at $350 and the personal estate was valued at $100.

According to the 1875 census, the Sherman residence was valued at $500. 
Sherman, Edward (I464)
 
228 According to the 1870 census, the Stevens real estate is valued at $10,000 and their personal estate is valued at $1,500.

According to the 1875 census, the Stevens residence is valued at $3,000. 
Stevens, Franklin (I308)
 
229 According to the 1870 census, the tannery is valued at $50,000. Foster, William H. (I41)
 
230 According to the 1870 census, the value of Henry's personal property is valued at $700. Brayton, Henry (I1706)
 
231 According to the 1870 census, the Williams personal estate was valued at $200.

According to the 1875 census, the Williams residence was valued at $800. 
Williams, Rev. Dillon (I293)
 
232 According to the 1870 census, the Yates real estate is valued at $5,500 and personal estate is valued at $1,200.

According to the 1875 census, the Yates residence is valued at $700. 
Unknown, Mariah (I417)
 
233 According to the 1870 census, Thomas D. Deans was married and living with his parents.  Deans, Thomas Derritt (I1183)
 
234 According to the 1870 census, Thomas real estate is valued at $7,000 and his personal estate is valued at $2,000. Brayton, Thomas (I1705)
 
235 According to the 1870 census, William H. Foster's real estate is valued at $2,500 and his personal estate is valued at $2,000. Foster, William H. (I1301)
 
236 According to the 1875 & 1880 census, the Perkins family, is boarding with the Haynes family. Elizabeth Perkins married Edward Haynes. Perkins, Charles (I302)
 
237 According to the 1875 & 1880 census, the Perkins family, is boarding with the Haynes family. Elizabeth Perkins married Edward Haynes. Perkins, Jessy (I303)
 
238 According to the 1875 census indicates that the Fravor residence was valued at $2,000. Fravor, Charles (I565)
 
239 According to the 1875 census, a wagon shop exists directly next to the Houser home. It is assumed that this may be his shop, which was valued at $300. Houser, John (I504)
 
240 According to the 1875 census, Addie is living with her brother, Edward H. Hoose. Hoose, Adelaide E. (I772)
 
241 According to the 1875 census, Alford and Susan were living with their step-father Charles Fravor and potentially their natural mother Nancy M. Fravor. However, the later is an assumption. Also listed as living with the Fravor and Seamans family are two step grandchildren, Neva Seamans and Irvin P. Muckey. Unknown, Susan M. (I569)
 
242 According to the 1875 census, Alfrod Seamans and his wife Susan were living with their step-father Charles Fravor and their natural mother Nancy M. Also living with the Fravor family are Alford and Susan's child Neva and an identified step grandson, Irwin P. Muckey. Muckey could be Nancy M. Fravor's maiden name but it's unclear.

The Fravor residence was valued $2,000 in 1875. 
Fravor, Charles (I565)
 
243 According to the 1875 census, Alfrod Seamans and his wife Susan were living with their step-father Charles Fravor and their natural mother Nancy M. Also living with the Fravor family are Alford and Susan's child Neva and an identified step grandson, Irwin P. Muckey. Muckey could be Nancy M. Fravor's maiden name but it's unclear. Seamans, Alford S. (I568)
 
244 According to the 1875 census, Alfrod Seamans and his wife Susan were living with their step-father Charles Fravor and their natural mother Nancy M. Also living with the Fravor family are Alford and Susan's child Neva and an identified step grandson, Irwin P. Muckey. Muckey could be Nancy M. Fravor's maiden name but it's unclear. Seamans, Nancy M. (I566)
 
245 According to the 1875 census, Alfrod Seamans and his wife Susan were living with their step-father Charles Fravor and their natural mother Nancy M. Also living with the Fravor family are Alford and Susan's child Neva and an identified step grandson, Irwin P. Muckey. Muckey could be Nancy M. Fravor's maiden name but it's unclear. Seamans, Neva (I570)
 
246 According to the 1875 census, Alfrod Seamans and his wife Susan were living with their step-father Charles Fravor and their natural mother Nancy M. Also living with the Fravor family are Alford and Susan's child Neva and an identified step grandson, Irwin P. Muckey. Muckey could be Nancy M. Fravor's maiden name but it's unclear. Muckey, Irvin P. (I571)
 
247 According to the 1875 census, Almira was a boarder with the Otterson family. Cook, Almira (I591)
 
248 According to the 1875 census, Ann is boarding with Daniel Pettibone. Cunningham, Ann (I349)
 
249 According to the 1875 census, Ann Lilly was a servant of the Katherine family, boarding with them. Lilly, Ann (I600)
 
250 According to the 1875 census, Ann Murphy Fitzpatrick is widowed. Family F69
 

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