The Town of Bristol, Vermont
HEADS OF FAMILIES AT THE FIRST CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES TAKEN IN THE YEAR 1790
VERMONT - ADDISON COUNTY - TOWN OF BRISTOL
Abstracted, in 2002, by Ann McRoden Mensch,
The names of the heads-of-households, as reported on this census, are found below. They are arranged, in alphabetical order, by surname. Following the names are a series of numbers which represent the entries reported in the respective columns for the household. The order of the columns (and numbers reported) are shown in the order in which they appear.
Please note: Though a column for the number of "slaves" was included among the U. S. Census questions, some of the Vermont towns/townships apparently chose NOT to include a column for "slaves." When this column was not included on the census pages, the column order below will be "missing" this column as well. Also, for the towns which did not include this column, the names will be followed by 1 less number.
1. Free white males of 16 years upward, including heads of families
2. Free white males under 16 years of age
3. Free white females, including heads of families
4. All other free persons
Note 1: The census pages for Addison County did not include a column for "Slaves."
Note 2: The microfilmed census pages for Addison County appear to have been originally contained on one very wide page which has been torn or cut (down the middle of a column of entries), dividing the page into two separate pages. The first page is marked # 310, and the second page is not marked, so will be referred to as # 311 in this index.
All of the Bristol households are on page 311.
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