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1790 Census, Dutchess County, New York

This is a transcription of all of the Sheldon households in Dutchess County, New York in the 1790 US Federal Census.

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Isaac Sheldon, Page 40, Household #137
Possible Identity
Description Tally Name Relationship Age
 Free White Male under 16 4
 Free White Male 16+ 5 Isaac Sheldon Head
 Free White Female 3
 Total Free White Persons 12 Notes:
 Total – All Persons 12

David Sheldon, Page 41, Household #151
Possible Identity
Description Tally Name Relationship Age
 Free White Male under 16 1
 Free White Male 16+ 1 David Sheldon Head
 Free White Female 3
 Total Free White Persons 5 Notes:
 Total – All Persons 5

Thomas Sheldon, Page 41, Household #153
Possible Identity
Description Tally Name Relationship Age
 Free White Male under 16 2
 Free White Male 16+ 2 Thomas Sheldon Head
 Free White Female 4
 Total Free White Persons 8 Notes:
 Total – All Persons 8

Potter Sheldon, Page 48, Household #448
Possible Identity
Description Tally Name Relationship Age
 Free White Male under 16 2
 Free White Male 16+ 1 Potter Sheldon Head
 Free White Female 6
 Total Free White Persons 9 Notes:
 Total – All Persons 9

 

Mary Sheldon, Page 48, Household #450
Possible Identity
Description Tally Name Relationship Age
 Free White Male under 16 1
 Free White Male 16+ 1
 Free White Female 4 Mary Sheldon Head
 Total Free White Persons 6 Notes:
 Total – All Persons 6

Caleb Sheldon, Page 49, Household #465
Possible Identity
Description Tally Name Relationship Age
 Free White Male under 16 2
 Free White Male 16+ 4 Caleb Sheldon Head
 Free White Female 3
 Total Free White Persons 9 Notes:
 Total – All Persons 9

William Sheldon, Page 50, Household #538
Possible Identity
Description Tally Name Relationship Age
 Free White Male under 16 2
 Free White Male 16+ 2 William Sheldon Head
 Free White Female 3
 Total Free White Persons 7 Notes:
 Total – All Persons 7

 

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Dale has been studying genealogy heavily for over 30 years, since the age of 10. Although he does not seek professional clients, he has helped a family regain property lost during the Holocaust, and has assisted to obtain historical preservation status for a building in San Francisco. He is a co-admin of the ftDNA Sheldon DNA Project. He lives near Los Angeles and works in the travel industry.
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