Census Records of Cazenovia, Fenner, and Nelson (Madison County, NY)
Transcribed, edited, and researched by
Daniel H. Weiskotten
 
Last Modified by Dan October 7, 2001
Modied August 3, 2005 by Caretaker
 
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Cazenovia 1800

DeRuyter 1800
Cazenovia 1810
Smithfield 1810
Nelson 1810
Cazenovia 1820
Smithfield 1820
Nelson 1820
Cazenovia 1830
Fenner 1830
Nelson 1830
Cazenovia 1840
Fenner 1840
Nelson 1840
Cazenovia 1850
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Fenner 1850
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Nelson 1850
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Cazenovia 1855
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Fenner 1855
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Nelson 1855
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Also take a look at
Census Death Schedules for 1850, 1855, 1860, 1865, 1870, 1875, and 1880
as well as Civil War Deaths of Officers and Enlisted Men from the 1865 Census
 
History of County and Township Formation
Except for the Native Americans and scattered settlers in northern Madison County the region was unoccupied at the time of the 1790 Census
Chenango County was formed from Herkimer and Tioga Counties...................March 15, 1798
Madison County was formed from Chenango County......................................March 21, 1806
Cazenovia was formed from the Town of Whitestown........................................March 5, 1795
Sullivan (Sullivan, Lenox, Lincoln, Oneida) was taken from Cazenovia..........February 22, 1803
Smithfield (Smithfield, Fenner, Stockbridge) was taken from Cazenovia..........February 6, 1807
Nelson formed from Cazenovia......................................................................February 6, 1807
Southern part of Cazenovia (Lots 100 to 135) annexed to DeRuyter...............February 6, 1807
Fenner formed from part of Cazenovia and Smithfield.........................................April 22, 1823
 
 
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