1840 Census for Caddo Cove Township, Hot Springs Co., AR.

1840 Federal Census for Caddo Cove Township
Hot Spring County, Arkansas

A post office was established at Caddo Cove in 1848.

Information in the 1840 Federal Census includes head of the household name, number of free white males and females by age group, number of free colored males and females by age group, number of persons in each family employed in mining, commerce, manufacturing and trades, etc., pensioners for Revolutionary War or military services, schools, and the number of persons over 20 who can't read or write.

John D, Chandlers resident of Hot Springs County performed the duties presented by the Act of Congress to provide for taking the Sixth Census or Enumeration of the Inhabitants of the Untied States and for other purposes and took and in my presence subscribed the above oath. J. Phillips J.P. Thirty day of October 1840.  Arkansas was admitted to the Union in 1836.   Montgomery County was formed in 1842 from Hot Spring County townships: Sulphur Springs, Mountain and Caddo Cove. 

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Heads of Families    under 5  5-10    10-15   15-20   20-30  30-40   40-50   50-60  60-70
Anderson, Henry		3	1			1
			1	3			1	
Billingsley, S.W.	1		1			1
								1
Collier, Mary			1		2	1
					1					1
Flemming, Jacob G.	3	1	1		1		1
				2				1
Gilliam, Ezekial	1	1			2			1
				1	2	1
Gilliam, John Sr.	1	1	1	1		1
				1	1			1
Gilliam, John W. Jr.	2				1
						1
Grant, Ira T.		2			1		1
			2	3	1	1	1		1
Hall, A.C.		3	1				1
							1
Hall, George W.						1
			2				1
Hall, Samuel		2	1	1		1	1
			1	1				1
Hall, William C.			2	2	1				1
						1	2			1
Hall, William T.	1				1
			1				1
Hayse, William B.	2	1	1		1	1
			1				1	1
Hoper, Raleigh				1		1
Horrell, Benedict	3						1
							1
Horrell, Samuel		1				1
						1
Hudleston, Daniel M.		1				1
			1	2			1
Hudleston, D.M.H.					1
			1			1
Hudleston, William L.					1
							1
McKinley, Jacob G.					1
				1		1
McKinley, John					1	1		1
					1	1				1
McLain, William F.						1
			3				1
Neal, James		2	2	4	2	1			1
			1				1		1
Polk, Taylor		1	4	2	1	1	1		1
			1		4			1
Smith, Charles, H.	1				1
							1
Tweedle, Isaac						1
							1
Tweedle, Josiah		1	2				1
								1
Tweedle, John		2			1	1
				1				1
Tweedle, Mary					1	1
			1								1				
Tweedle, William

Reference: microfilm 1840 census for Hot Springs County,  Arkansas, page 154
females = 79
males = 117
sum  = 206  ( 10 slaves)
Taylor Polk owned seven slaves and was head of a household of seventeen.
Ira T. Grant owned:
one male slave under 10
two 10 and under 24
one female 10 but under 24.

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