This page is a part of the Tompkins Co., NYGenWeb Site. Not for commercial use. All Rights Reserved.

1850 Town of Enfield census
(1-1 through 18-19)
The first number is the number of dwelling visited;
the second (after the dash) is the number of family visited. All persons born in NY, unless noted.
 
Notes are to be used as a quide only! If you have any questions on these notes please email Karen Dickson the contributor of this material.
Go to section: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
PAGE       SURNAME   FIRST   AGE   FROM   OCCUPATION  
1-1 Newbury Jackson 30   Manu.

    Elizabeth 30   wife

    Mary 9   daughter

2-2 Smith John Sr. 50   farmer

    Truman 9   son

    Nancy Jane 5   daughter

    Mariah 8   daughter

    Ann Eliza 3   daughter

1-2 Newbury Jackson 30   Manu.

    Elizabeth 30   wife

    Mary 9   daughter

2-2 Smith John Sr. 50   farmer

    Truman 9   son

    Nancy Jane 5   daughter

    Mariah 8   daughter

    Ann Eliza 3   daughter

    Octavus Augustus 2 yrs or 2 mos?    

  VanWagen Emily 33   servant

  Smith Delia Ann 43   (sister? Or wife?)

3-3 Hosum Jacob 28   farmer

  (Huson?) Malah 39   wife

    Samuel 5   son

4-4 Vescelius William 52   farmer

    Emeline 42   wife

    Harriet Esther 20   daughter

    Caroline 17   daughter

    Albert 15   son

5-5 Updike John 50 NJ laborer

    Margaret (Apgar) 50 NJ wife

    Eli 24   son, boatman

    Mary C. 20   daughter

    Matthew 16   son

6-6 Dart Joseph 37   farmer

    Rhoda 28   wife

7-7 Fletcher Joseph W. 48   farmer

    Hannah 44   wife

    Sidney 20   son

    Herman 19   son

    Caroline 15   daughter

    Charles 13   son

8-8 Updike Henry 32   carpenter

    Phebe Jane 26   wife

    Susan Louisa 7   daughter

    Stephen G. 5   son

    Mary Amelia 2   daughter

  Woodward Gethra B. 24   servant

9-9 Bailey J. H(Jehiel Halsey Rev.) 32   farmer

    Barentha (Buck) 27    

  Harvey Hulda 7   niece
  [note: Hulda's mother Susan Azilla, sister to Barentha, died 1847; father Joel B.]

10-10 Smith Charles M. 22   farmer

    Fanny S. 43   mother

    Alvah A.   20 brother

    Harrison   14 brother

    Fanny S.   3 sister
  [note: There is an Alvah Smith, 48, lvg w/ Lydia Ann Smith, 26, & her daughter Sarah A., 8, on the 1850 T. of Ulysses census #586-591. Could he be the father?]

11-11 Owen Alvah C. 36   farmer

    Louisa (Smith) 31   wife

    Alvah C. 9   son

  Smith Polly 78 CT mother-in-law

    Cornelia 35   sister-in-law

    Octavus Augustus 2mos. (see #2-2)    

12-12 Atwater David 50    
  [built saw-mill on Taughannock Crk., had 12 ch., 1st wife, Harriet Norton]

    Amanda (Daggett) 39   (2nd) wife

    Harriet 14   daughter

    Irvin 10   son
  [m. Mary Briggs]

    Manning 6   son

    Ann 4   daughter

    David 2   son

    Elijah 1   son (m. Mary Elizabeth McKeegan)

13-13 Abel Schabade 56 NJ farmer

    Hannah (Sawyer) 44   wife

  Babcock Sylvester 16   farm laborer

  Sawyer Samuel 67   father-in-law

  Beagen? Hannah 26   servant

14-14 Babcock S. 52 VT farmer
  [his sister, Amelia m. Amos Curry]

    Sarah 40 NJ wife

    S. 13   son

15-15 Russell J. F. 67 NH shoemaker

    Abigail 64 MA wife

16 Almy Bradford L. 30   shoemaker

    Mary Eliza 28   wife
  [Marietta Cronk]

    Bradford 5   son

    William 2   son

    Eliza 1mo   daughter

    Ellick Edward 25  
  [could be Ed Hillick, b. 1825, who m. Clarinda Saylor, daughter of Samuel]

16-17 Mizner William 30   farmer

    Elizah 26   wife

17-18 Nivison Samuel 65 NJ farmer

    Malinda 60 CT wife

    Nathan 25   boat builder, son

    Lydia 3   g.daughter

    Jared F. 22   farmer

    Agatha 6mos   g.daughter

18-19 Bagen Daniel 38   farmer

    Jane 38   wife

    Edward 12   son

    Charles 4   son

    Elizabeth 68 NJ mother

Go to next section...

Material donated and transcribed by Karen Dickson.
Thank you Karen!

You are our visitor since Dec. 26, 2000.
Thanks for stopping by!

© 1998-2001 Copyright by Janet M. Nash and Johnna Armstrong
for the contributors of the material on these pages.
All Rights Reserved.

Census main page
Return to Town of Enfield page
Return to Tompkins County Home Page