1850 Taos County Census
Transcribed / abstracted by Lydia Uribe
Proofread by Virginia Gomez Baca Grace
Submitted on 1 November 2010
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The 1850 Territory of New Mexico County for Taos County
was begun in July of 1850.
The census had but one designation called the Northern Division.
About 9,500 people appeared on the 1850 Taos County Census.
In 1850, Taos County covered a much greater area than in 1914. See 1855 map and the 1914 map. The census included name; age; sex; color; birthplace; if a person attended school, or was married within the year; if the person could read or write; if the person were a deaf-mute, blind, insane, or idiotic; real estate value and occupation. First use the INDEX to find the name, then go to that page below for details.
Abbreviations used in this exhibit:
VRE = Value of Real Estate Owned
This exhibit was smodified to fit our compact
This exhibit is divided into web pages below which have 600 names per page.
|1850 Taos County Census||Name Index||In Alphabetical Order|
|Abbert, Francisco Meliton to Cruz, Maria Estefana||Cruz, Maria Eusebia to Garcia, Maria Josefa||Gurciaga, Juan Francisco to Maldonado Juan Luis|
|Maldonado, Margarita to Montoya, Felipe Antonio||Montoya, Felipe Antonio to Romero, Victoria||Romero, Ygnacia to Vernal, Juan|
|Vernal, Juan Antonio to Xaramillo, Miguel Antonio|
|Page 1||Page 2||Page 3||Page 4||Page 5||Page 6||Page 7||Page 8||Page 9|
|Page 10||Page 11||Page12||Page13||Page14||Page15||Page16||Page17||Page18|
Concluding remarks by enumerator:
Territory of New Mexico, County of Santa Fe (Error; Taos County is correct.)
I Charles Williams Assistant to the Marshal of New Mexico do Solemnly Swear that the foregoing pages of Schedule No 1 were taken according to
the tenor of My official Oath and instructions to the best of my Knowledge and belief So help me God and that they contain two hundred and twenty seven pages.
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