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[Augusta County Census of "White" School Children] Part 2 of 2.

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Census of Persons between the ages of Five and Twenty-one years in the Middle River School District of Augusta County, taken between the Age of Five and the Age of Twenty-one, 1874 WHITE Name of Parent or Guardian Names of Children Males Age Females Age Garber Levi Rev. Peter 20 Lydia C. 16 Danl S. 18 Nancy J. 15 Annie R. 13 Barbera E. 10 Frances V. 8 Garber Jac. W. Robt. 8 Benj. 6 Ivy 5 Garber Geo. W. Jno. H. 5 Minnie B. 5 Garber Reuben A. Jno. 5 Christina 16 Nannie 14 Sarah 12 Grady Jos. L. Wm. J. 14 Chas. J. 12 Ed. J. 7 Grooms Wm. H. Ella 6 Garber Sarah J. Clifton 100 15 Sarah 11 Enos 13 Jas. 6 Garber Joel Wm. H. 20 Sarah 17 Garber Rebc. J. Frank 15 Fannie 17 Garber Catharine Mary E. 15 Terrie 13 Garber Eli A. Saml. S. 6 Sarah M. 11 Nannie B. 9 Grooms, David M. David A. 11 Mary V. 15 Wm. H. 8 Geo. W. 5 Garber Elizabeth Benj. F. 18 Abi E. 16 Garber David W. Myrtie B. 7 Minnie D. 5 Gongiver Jas. F. for Margt. Patterson 12 No. Males 20 No. Females 22 Total 42 No. brought forward 520 Total to be carried forward 562 I certify that the above Census is correct. J. Alex Kerr Township Assessor. N.B. - Fasten the leaves together at the top, and number the pages. It will then be sufficient for the Assessor to sign his name on the last leaf. (The Assessor is required by law to forward these papers, properly filled up, to the Clerk of the Board of School Trustees of his Township. If the number of blank forms sent is not sufficient, add properly ruled pages of foolscap.)