1840 Federal Census for Sulphur Springs Township, Hot Springs County, Arkansas

1840 Federal Census for Sulphur Springs Township
Hot Spring County, Arkansas

The settlement of Washita was known as Sulphur Springs in the 1840s

Montgomery County was formed in 1842 from Hot Spring County townships: Sulphur Springs, Mountain and Caddo Cove. Highlight line with your mouse to assist viewing.

Heads of Families    under 5  5-10    10-15   15-20   20-30  30-40   40-50   50-60  60-70   70-80
Allen, Moses		1		1	1			1
			1		1			1		
Amioson, Hicey M.	3	1	1	1
				1	1		1
Archey, Isaac			2		2			1
			2		1	1			1
Baggs, James			2				1
			2			1	1
Baggs, John		1	1	1		1
			2	1	2			1
Borough, William							1
								1
Bullock, Blunt			1				1
			2				1
Bunch, Joseph A.	1				1
			1				1
Campbell, Ephraim	1		1	1		1
			1	1	1	2		1
Chapman, Cesar			1			1
			1	1			1
Crowson, Jacob		2				1
							1
Eaplin, George				1	2			1
				1					1
Evins, James						1
							1
Evins, Hary		2				1
			1	1			1
Evins, Sarah			1	1
				1	1	1		1
Garrett, Edward		2	1				1
			3	3				1	
Gaskins, Sally		2	1	1	1
						2		1
Gerdin, Gustavus						1
Gibbins, James		1	1		1	2	1
			1	1	2		1	1
Gibbins, Robert					1				1
			2		1		2		1
Green, Felix				2					1
						1			1
Haskins, John								1
Herrington, William		3	1	1			1
			3	1				1
Holloway, Elisha D.	1	1			1
			2		1		1
Huffstuttle, Solomon		1	2	2	1			1
					1	1
Irons, Jonathan						1			1
				1
Irons, Peter			2	1	1				1
				1	1					1
Irons, William Jr.			1		1
			1				1		
Irons, William Sr.	2	1	1	2	1		1
			1					1
Lynsic, John			1	1			1
					1				1
Maberry, David		1	2		1		1
						1
McConnell, Arthur					1
					1
McConnell,James		1	1				1
			2					1
McConnell, Robert	2	1	1	1			1			1
			2	1	1			1
McKinney, Reuben	2					1
				2			1
Minnick, John		1				1
			1	2	2		1
Oneal, Luson		1	1
				1	1			1
Polk, Benjamin		1	1		1	1		1
				1		1			1
Reding, Stephen H. Sr.		1			1	1
					1		1
Roberts, Rachael	2	2	1		1
Royals, Jepser		3				1
							1
Salius, Frederick	2				1
							1
Salius, William			1	1			1
			2	1				1
Sparks, Willoby		1	1	1			1
			1	1	2	1
Stewert, William      	3 				1
				             		1
Webb, Lewis									1
									1	1
Webb, Willis		2	2			1
								1
West, Hesekiah		2				1
			1			1
Whittington, Granville	1	1		1	1	1
			1				1
Young, James						1
							1
Young, Richard		2	1				1
				2			1				1

Reference: microfilm 1840 census for Hot Springs County,  Arkansas, pages 155 & 156
females = 152
males = 175
sum  = 335  ( 8 slaves)
Hicey M. Amioson owned:
one female slave under ten
three  females 10 - under 24
one female 24-36
male 10 under 24
Benjamin Polk owned a female 10 but under 24 
Lewis Webb owned a female 10 but under 24
John Minnick was one of the earliest blacksmith's. ref: Montgomery County: Our Heritage

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