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Enumerations of Youth

Beginning in 1838, the townships took enumerations of youth between the ages of 4 and 20 years. These can be helpful in placing children with parents or guardians for pre-1850 families and families that do not appear in the Federal Census. Although these have more recently been refered to and labeled as "school records," they were done, probably by township or school district clerks, for the purpose of taxation.

Morley Library in Painesville has a collection of school records as noted here, in the local records section in the Genealogy and Local History Department. Thanks to Lake County Genealogical Society for this list from LakeLines July 1993.

Painesville Township School Records, 1842-1865 - 2 volumes
Painesville Township School Records, 1923, 1925, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1931
Enumeration of Youth between 5 and 18 years of age, Lake County, 1923-1927 (Painesville City)
Pupil's Home Record, Vol. 1 (1916-1922) (Concord, Kirtland, LeRoy, Madison)
Pupil's Home Record, Vol. 2 (1916-1922) (Mentor, Perry, Wickliffe, Willoughby)
Pupil's Home Record, Vol. 3 (1916-1918), (Painesville) LeRoy School Enumerations, 1838-1876
LeRoy Teachers Report of Children 1864-1876 (Students' names only)
School Register, LeRoy 1863-1880 (Students' names only)
Mentor Headlands School 1890-1891 (Student names and a visitors' register)
Perry School Records 1899-1906 (Students' names only)
Concord Early School Records 1842-1881 (A few isolated sheets in the CONCORD BOX, but Township Hall probably still has originals.)

Some Enumerations of Youth are included here.

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