1850 Census

This survey was enumerated August 5th through September 16th of 1850 by William Rea? Prior to 1854, Cranberry Township extended to Evans City. The rightmost column is initially marked with a "?". If the location is verified to be part of Cranberry post-1854, it is marked CT, otherwise AT for Adams, FT for Forward or JT for Jackson. Click on the column headings to sort them ascending or descending.

# First Last Sex Age Occupation Page Line 1854>
01 John M. Roberts M 48 Laborer 1 29 CT
02 William Gillingham M 30 Tailor 1 38 CT
03 Micago? Sutton M 30 Laborer 2 7 CT
04 William Henderson M 52 Tavern Keeper 2 18 CT [1]
05 Wilson Pearce M 22 Laborer 2 34 CT
06 James Patterson M 72 Laborer 2 36 CT
07 Ross Boyle M 23 Blacksmith 3 7 CT [2]
08 Thomas Rollins M 30 Laborer 3 27 CT
09 Benjamin Garvin M 18 Blacksmith 3 33 CT [3]
10 James Anderson M 23 Saddler 4 10 ? [4]
11 John McLane M 19 Laborer 5 8 ?
12 Adam Schingler M 17 Laborer 5 15 ?
13 John Dombart M 63 Shoemaker 6 7 CT [5]
14 Samuel Thorn M 30 Blacksmith 7 1 ?
15 John Roner M 20 Laborer 8 7 CT
16 Thomas Campton M 23 Laborer 8 17 CT
17 Samuel Kennedy M 30 Wagon Maker 8 30 AT
18 James Richardson M 21 Laborer 8 30 AT
19 David Caldwell M 22 Blacksmith 9 1 ?
20 Archibald Blakely M 22 Sawyer 9 4 JT
21 Thomas Dobson M 25 Laborer 9 17 ?
22 Joseph Harbaugh M 35 Blacksmith 9 19 ?
23 John Waldron M 31 Carpenter 9 25 FT?
24 Valentine Broman M 30 Laborer 9 42 ?
25 David Batte M 30 Laborer 10 11 CT
26 William McMillan M 31 Teacher 10 20 CT? [6]
27 Christopher Bollhorst M 29 Laborer 11 29 AT
28 John Rowan M 30 Carpenter 12 4 CT
29 Robert Donaldson M 27 Wagon Maker 12 7 ?
30 Henry Barkey M 40 Store Keeper 12 13 ?
31 John Blakely M 35 Shoemaker 12 17 ?
32 Johnathan Ransone M 46 Tavern Keeper 12 35 ?
33 John Cooper M 30 Laborer 12 42 ? [7]

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  • [1]. This is the McKee Tavern in Hendersonville, making the immediately preceding and following households situated in post 1854 Cranberry.
  • [2]. Boyle appears on the 1858 map in the northwest corner of Hendersonville.
  • [3]. Matching entry on the 1860 census.
  • [4]. Two households down is a Stamm surname. Could be in Forward Twp.
  • [5]. Dombart only seems to appears east of Evansburg in Forward Township amongst all 4 township maps, although the neighbors do not match. However, the string of neighbors on this page put him between William Garvin and Samuel Duncan on the Cranberry 1858 map.
  • [6]. McMillan is between David Batte and John Hall on the census and they are across Franklin Road from each other, which should place McMillan between them in Cranberry Township.
  • [7]. Same household as Johnathan Ransone