1880 Census

This survey was enumerated June 5th through June 23rd of 1880 by J.M. Gillespie. The 1880 census may be viewed for free at Ancestry.com Click on the column headings to sort them ascending or descending. In 1880, there was 1 bank clerk, 1 banker, 5 blacksmiths, 1 brick mason, 1 brick moulder, 5 carpenters, 1 mail carrier, 2 cattle drovers, 3 dressmakers, 1 engineer, 3 grocers, 1 hack driver, 1 hotel keeper, 1 landlady, 1 minister, 3 millers, 1 physician, 1 plasterer, 1 painter, 1 saddler, 1 sawyer, 2 school teachers, 3 stonemasons, 1 wagon maker and 1 watchmaker, all reported in the 1880 census.

# First Last Relation Sex Age Occupation Page Line
01 Nancy Nesbit Daughter M 33 Dress Maker 1 20
02 Frank P. Coufer Head M 27 Blacksmith 1 50
03 Christian G. Walters Head M 35 Waggon Maker 2 4
04 David B. Wilson Head M 37 Grocer 2 9
05 Pressly Duncan Head M 32 Plasterer 2 12
06 Elder, Dr. Crawford Head M 34 Physician 2 16
07 James Rowan Head M 55 Carpenter 3 9
08 Freeman Vandivort Head M 46 Sawyer 3 20
09 Albert Hendrickson Son M 27 Retail Grocer 5 19
10 Jacob Dambach Head M 51 Banker 8 25
11 Frederick Meeder Head M 55 Hotel Keeper 8 49 [1]
12 Caroline Meeder Wife F 55 Land Lady 8 50 [1]
13 Hugh Karns Brother M 55 Carrying the Mail 9 17 [2]
14 Jacob Emmell Head M 44 Cattle Drover 9 35
15 William Rowan Son M 26 School Teacher 9 41
16 Matthew Murray Head M 88 Brick Moulder 9 47
17 John Murray Son M 31 Stone Mason 9 50 [3]
18 Nelson Davis Servant M 25 Stone Mason 10 1 [3]
19 Luella M. Rohner Daughter F 22 School Teacher 10 38
20 Bell D. Robinson Daughter F 24 Dress Maker 11 12 [4]
21 Frederick Lileah Servant M 40 Blacksmith 11 21 [4]
22 Daniel Carrol Head M 73 Carpenter 11 31
23 Jacob Crider Head M 57 Carpenter 11 34 [5]
24 G.B. Gilliland Head M 30 Carpenter 11 39
25 Justin Boggs Head M 25 Retail Grocer 12 5
26 Andrew Kirschler Head M 27 Blacksmith 12 9 [6]
27 William Donnelly Apprentice M 20 Blacksmith 12 15 [6]
28 O.H.P. Graham Jr. Son M 23 M. E. Minister 13 10 [7]
29 W.F. Graham Head M 70 Miller 13 38 [8]
30 A.R. Graham Son M 27 Miller 13 40 [8]
31 O.J. McConnell Servant M 27 Engineer 13 43 [8]
32 George Schultz Head M 32 Blacksmith 14 1
33 Gellard Goehring Head M 41 Cattle Drover 15 1
34 Lewis Bohm Head M 68 Watch Maker 15 33
35 Charley Dambach Son M 19 Bank Clerk 16 30
36 William Russell Head M 60 Brick Mason 17 13
37 John L. Roll Head M 89 Stone Mason 17 23
38 Henry Keller Head M 55 Saddler 17 50
39 Barbara Steeb Daughter F 22 Dress Maker 18 29
40 Frederick Hoehn Son M 27 Miller 18 42
41 Jacob Kirschler (sp?) Head M 35 Carpenter 19 37
42 James B. Collins Head M 35 Printer or Painter 19 42
43 Thomas Hartzell Brother M 22 Hack Driver 20 39
  • [1]. a. b. Same household
  • [2]. Right hand off - listed in the "Sick" column
  • [3]. a. b. Same household
  • [4]. a. b. Frederick Lilea relationship is listed as servant in the Thomas Robinson (age 53) household
  • [5]. Jacob Crider is the namesake of Crider's Corners
  • [6]. a. b. Same household
  • [7]. Living in the O.H.P. Graham Sr. household - O.H.P. Sr. was born in 1814 and named after Oliver Hazard Perry shortly following the war of 1812
  • [8]. a. b. c. W.F. Graham is deceased. Persons living on June 1, 1880 are to be included in the enumeration, thus WFG must have died between June 1 and June 15th, 1880 - Same household