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Today, we are continuing with the new series on the 1880 Defective,
Dependent and Delinquent Schedule. Today's post will cover the persons
named in that schedule for Fulton County.
I expect to have all of the particulars associated with each individual
listing available at some future point, but, at this juncture I do not have
anything beyond what is shown below. The enumerators were not thorough at
all in their completion of this part of the census, and, in the counties so
far examined in the JP region, left many of the columns blank, showing only
the name and nothing else. The same name may be found in two or more of
the categories, as someone who was blind could also be deaf and mute, and
could even be in the poor house and perhaps even shown as idiotic.
Tomorrow, we will have another biography from the JP Vignettes series.
Fulton County - Individuals Listed in the DDD Schedule - 1880 Census
Maddox, Sarah A.
In Fulton County Jail:
In Poor House:
No children were shown to be homeless in this county.