1830 FEDERAL CENSUS
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THE 1830 CENSUS CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING TOWNS OF THE PRESENT GENESEE COUNTY:
ALABAMA, ALEXANDER , BATAVIA, BETHANY , BYRON, BERGEN, ELBA, LEROY,
PEMBROKE, and STAFFORD.
PLUS THE FOLLOWING TOWNS WHO WERE A PART OF GENESEE COUNTY IN 1830:
ATTICA, BENNINGTON, CASTILE, CHINA, COVINGTON, GAINSVILLE, MIDDLEBURY,
ORANGEVILLE, PERRY, SHELDON, WARSAW, and WETHERSFIELD
The population schedules of the Fifth Census (1830) of the United States, for Geneses
County.
The information in this schedule is presented under the names of heads of families and
statistics for the age group distribution of its members (male and female).
Along side the name of each head of family, certain statistical information is recorded in the
vertical columns running from left to right across a schedule. The first 13 columns record
the age-group distribution of white male. The second column of numbers are for the
females and is a repeat of the males age-distribution.

FREE WHITE MALES:
1.) FREE WHITE MALES UNDER AGE 5
2.) FREE WHITE MALES AGES 5 TO 10
3.) FREE WHITE MALES AGES 10 TO 15
4.) FREE WHITE MALES AGES 15 TO 20
5.) FREE WHITE MALES AGES 20 TO 30
6.) FREE WHITE MALES AGES 30 TO 40
7.) FREE WHITE MALES AGES 40 TO 50
8.) FREE WHITE MALES AGES 50 TO 60
9.) FREE WHITE MALES AGES 60 TO 70
10.) FREE WHITE MALES AGES 70 TO 80
11.) FREE WHITE MALES AGES 80 TO 90
12.) FREE WHITE MALES AGES 90 TO 100
13.) FREE WHITE MALES AGES 100 AND UPWARD

FREE WHITE FEMALES:
SAME SCHEDULE AS FOR THE MALES.
ALABAMA 1830
(There are no X, Y, or Z surnames.)