Bolton, Warren County, New York
Transcribed by: James Miller, March 2007
Schedule I: Population Schedule, fully transcribed
Houses visited: 248
Families visited: 258
Buiding Material: All Bolton houses were constructed of logs, plank or frame.
Value: House values ranged from a $10 log home to a $2,000 frame home.
Age: Ranges from Lucy Anderson, 1 month old to James Fuller, 93 years old.
Sex: 627 males and 596 females.
Color: All white.
Relations: 5 children listed as adopted. 2 listed as apprentice.
Birth Place: Most residents were born in Warren or Washington Counties. 25 residents were born outside the United States, in Europe or Canada.
Number of Children born: Emily Brown and Tryphena Bentley gave birth to 16 children each.
Number of Marriages: Rachel Wells, 4 marriages.
Occupations: 263 farmers, 11 carpenters, 9 laborers, 5 blacksmiths, 4 lawyers, 3 merchants, 2 book keepers, 1 each of miller, mason, lumbering, fisherman, hotel keeper, cooper, cigar maker, boatman, butcher and basket maker.
Citizenship of males 21 and over: 314 natural born citizens, 9 naturalized citizens, 2 aliens.
Land owners: 231
Can not read or write: can not read 13, can not write 1, can not read or write 15.
Military: 108 Civil War soldiers.
Refer to index for directions on usage.
Schedule II: Deaf and Dumb,
Blind, Insane and Idiotic.
There were no reported individuals in this schedule.
Schedule III: Officers and Enlisted Men, now
in the Military or Navy.
26 individuals are named along with their respective regiment name, entry date, rank, wounds incurred and more. Fully transcribed and indexed.
Schedule IV: Officers and
Enlisted Men, who have been in the Military or Navy.
17 individuals are named along with their respective regiment name, entry date, rank, months served, wounds incurred and more. Fully transcribed and indexed.
Schedule V: Marriages occurring
during the year ending June 1, 1865.
2 couples married, date of marriage. This schedule is included within the Schedule I transcriptions.
Schedule VI: Deaths occurring during the year
ending June 1, 1865.
23 deaths were enumerated. Information includes, name, age, date of and cause of death. Fully transcribed and indexed.
Schedule VII: Deaths of
Officers and Enlisted Men, since April 1861.
28 deaths reported by families in the town of Bolton. Information includes for each individual, full name, age, entry date, regiment, rank, date, place and manner of death, surviving relatives, place of burial and remarks. Fully transcribed and indexed.
Schedule VIII: Agricultural
222 farms listed. 122 questions regarding land, crops, livestock, and domestic manufacturing. Schedule VIII has been indexed, but has not been transcribed.
Schedule IX: Industry Other
None noted in the enumerations.
Schedule X: Miscellaneous
Places of Worship, number of businesses, harvest of 1864, influences of the War upon prices and more. No names are included in this schedule, just the observations of the enumerator. A summary of the enumerators notes are included.
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