Lexington Dist. was formed out of Orangeburgh Co. in 1804

1800 Census Data
Roll Page name m<10 m<16 m<26 m<45 m>45 f<10 f<16 f<26 f<45 f>45 persons

of color

slaves
260 John Gill 2 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0
260 John Gill 2 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 1 0

1810 Census Data
Roll Page name born m<10 m10-16 m16-26 m26-45 m>45 f<10 f10-16 f16-26 f26-45 f>45 persons

of color

slaves
276 John Gill <1765 3 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1

1820 Census Data
Page name m<10 m10-16 m16-18 m16-26 m26-45 m>45 f<10 f10-16 f16-26 f26-45 f>45 slaves

agric

none

1830 Census Data
Pg name m

<10

m

10-15

m

16-19

m

20-30

m

30-40

m

40-50

m

50-60

m

60-70

f

<5

f

5-10

f

10-15

f

15-20

f

20-30

f

30-40

f

40-50

f

70-80

f

80-90

f

90-100

m

sl

f

sl

none

1840 Census Data
Pg name m

<5

m

5-10

m

10-15

m

15-20

m

20-30

m

30-40

m

40-50

m

50-60

m

60-70

f

<5

f

5-10

f

10-15

f

15-20

f

20-30

f

30-40

f

40-50

f

50-60

f

60-70

f

70-80

f

80-90

f

90-100

f

>100

free

black

m

sl

f

s

none

1850 Census Data
Page name age sex born $real estate
none

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