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I don't believe I have seen anyone give any information from the 1840 US Fed
Census, Hamilton County, Colerain Twp.
I am working on an application to the DAR on my Wilkinson line, and had the
occassion to review the 1840 census for my ggg grandfather Joel Taylor
Wilkinson. Neither Joel T. nor John Laboyteaux will come up on
Ancestry.com's index, but I looked at the individual pages of the Colerain
Twp. census. There is a John Laboyteaux on page 323, which is one of the
first pages for Colerain township.
It lists 3 males and 1 female.. one male (5 to 10, Josiah?), one male
(15-20, John?), one male (40-50, John), and one female (40-50, Elizabeth
Montfort). Of course my ancestor Hiram Laboyteaux did not come along until
1841. Daughter Caroline Laboyteaux was 21 years old and apparently already
out of the house.