Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Treasure Chest Tuesday - 1820 U.S. Census for Philip J. King Household in York, Pennsylvania

This week's Tuesday Treasure is the 1820 United States Census record for the Philip J. King household in York, Pennsylvania:

The Philip J. King household is near the bottom of the page:

The extracted information for the Philip J. King household is:

*  Head of household:  Philip J. King

*  1 male under age 10 [probably son Henry, born 1813]

*  1 male age 10 to 16:  [probably son Jacob, born 1803]
*  1 male over age 45 [certainly Philip J. King, born 1764]

*  2 females age 10 to 16 [probably daughter Barbara, born 1808, and Julia Anna, born 1810]
*  1 female age 45 and over [certainly wife Christina, born 1766]

*  1 person working in agriculature

The source citation for this marriage record is:

1820 United States Federal Census, Population Schedule, York county, Pennsylvania, York township, page 49, Philip J. King household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com); citing National Archives Microfilm Publication M33, Roll 114.

Four of the five youngest children are enumerated in this census.  The older female is Christina (Miller) King, the second wife of Philip Jacob King; the first wife, Catherine (Ruth) King, died in 1813.

Philip Jacob King (1764-1829) and his first wife, Catherine Ruth (1770-1813) are my 4th great-grandparents, through their daughter Elizabeth King (1796-1863), who married Daniel Spangler (1781-1851).


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