The Bobbitt Family In America
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1790 FEDERAL CENSUS OF NORTH CAROLINA

Bobbitt Family of North Carolina

The first census taken by the government of the United States was in 1790. The census taken in North Carolina is one of the few that survived the war of 1812. There are some differences in the printed versions of the North Carolina census, but the records here have been compared with all versions, the 1800 census, and the tax lists of the various counties.

The census listed the head of household by name, the number of males over 16 years of age, or born before 1774, and the number of males under 16 years of age, or born between 1774 and 1790. The total number of females in a household was listed. Slaves both male and female were listed in a total number.

First Column  = Head of household: 

Second Column = males over 16

Third Column  = males under 16

Fourth Column = females

Fifth Column  = slaves

Sixth Column  = county-district

Drury Bobbitt    1 1 3 9 Warren - Halifax 

John Bobbitt     1 0 2 2 Warren - Halifax 

John Bobbitt     1 1 1 8 Warren - Halifax 

Joshua Bobbitt   1 1 1 2 Warren - Halifax 

Randolph Bobbitt 1 2 1 0 Warren - Halifax 

Stephen Bobbitt  1 5 3 4 Warren - Halifax 

Lewis Bobbitt    1 4 4 1 Warren - Halifax 

Miles Bobbitt    2 1 6 0 Warren - Halifax 

John Bobbitt     2 1 1 12 Franklin-Halifax 

Turner Bobbitt   1 1 2 2 Franklin-Halifax 

William Bobbitt  1 0 1 0 Franklin-Halifax 

William Bobbitt  1 4 2 1 Franklin-Halifax 

Sherret Bobbitt  1 3 1 0 Halifax -Halifax 

Sion Bobbitt    ... ... ... ... Orange -Hillsboro

William Bobbitt  1 5 3 0 Granville - Hillsboro

John Bobbitt  1 ... ... ... Granville-Hillsboro

John Bobbitt  1 ... ... ... Sampson - Fayette

David (Drury) Bobbitt 1 ... ... ... Sampson - Fayette

1790 SOUTH CAROLINA CENSUS

Isham Bobbitt  2 5 5 0 Spartenburg Dist.96

1790 census for the state of Georgia is, missing.

1790 census for the state of Virginia is made from tax lists.


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