|The 1830 federal census|
The 1830 census was the first one in which enumerators were provided with a standardized form for marking down the results of their visits.
In Newry, several columns of information on the printed form had zero responses so are not reproduced here. They counted people who were slaves, free black persons, and those of all races and conditions of servitude who were blind or mute. There were two "Aliens, foreigners not naturalized" counted in Newry. Both were at the household of Luke Riley (the fourth household head listed below).
"Row totals" are shown as listed on the original census. "Column totals" were listed on each page of the original census and since three pages of originals are combined to form the single table below, they were combined to form the column totals at the bottom of the table.
The returns for Newry in 1830 are found on National Archives Census microfilm in Series M19, Roll 50, Page: 200.
Transcribed from the original returns by Mitch Barker 3/1/04