Information on the 1840 Census
Morris Co. Up


The following information is found on the 1840 Census:

  • Names of Heads of Families
  • Free White Person Including Heads of Families
    This is broken down between male and female with age ranges
    • Under 5; 
    • 5 and under 10; 
    • 10 and under 15; 
    • 15 and under 20; 
    • 20 and under 30
    • 30 and under 40
    • 40 and under 50
    • 50 and under 60
    • 60 and under 70
    • 70 and under 80
    • 80 and under 90
    • 90 and under 100
    • 100 and upwards
  • Free Colored Persons
    This is broken down between male and female with age ranges
    • Under 10
    • 10 and under 24
    • 24 and under 36
    • 36 and under 55
    • 55 and under 100
    • 100 and upwards
  • Slaves
    This is broken down between male and female with age ranges
    • Under 10
    • 10 and under 24
    • 24 and under 36
    • 36 and under 55
    • 55 and under 100
    • 100 and upwards
  • Total enumerated
  • Number of Persons in each Family Employed in:
    • Mining
    • Agriculture
    • Commerce
    • Manufacturers and trades
    • Navigation of canals, lakes and rivers
    • Navigation of the ocean
    • Learned professions and engineers
  • Pensioners for Revolutionary or Military service, included in the forgoing
    • Name
    • Age
  • Deaf and Dumb, Blind, and Insane White Persons, included in the forgoing
    • Deaf and Dumb
      • Under 14
      • 14 and under 25
      • 25 and upwards
    • Blind and Insane
      • Blind
      • Insane and idiots at public charge
      • Insane and idiots at private charge
  • Deaf and Dumb, Blind, and Insane Colored Persons, included in the forgoing
    • Deaf, Dumb and Blind
      • Deaf and Dumb
      • Blind
    • Insane and Idiots
      • Insane and idiots at public charge
      • Insane and idiots at private charge
  • Schools, &c.
    • Universities or colleges
    • Number of students
    • Academies and Grammar Schools
    • No. of Scholars
    • Primary and Common Schools
    • No. of Scholars
    • No. of Scholars at Public Charge
    • No. of white persons over 20 years of age in each family who cannot read and write

 

 

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