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1880 U. S. Federal Census
Supplemental Schedules for the
Defective, Dependent and Delinquent Classes

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Pauper & Indigent Inhabitants in Institutions, Poor-Houses or Asylums,
or Boarded at Public Expense in Private Houses Index

June 1880
McLean County, Illinois

Transcribed by: Teri Moncelle Colglazier

(As with all transcriptions please verify information with original source)


Supplemental Schedules, for the Defective, Dependent, and Delinquent Classes.

Inhabitants in ...(see below)..., in the County of ...McLean..., State of ...Illinois...

enumerated June, 1880

The object of this Supplemental Schedule is to furnish material not only for a complete enumeration of paupers, but for an account of their condition. It is important that every inquiry respecting each case be answered as fully as possible. Enumerators will, therefore after making the proper entries open the Population Schedule (No. 1), transfer the name (with Schedule page and number) to this Special Schedule, and proceed to ask the additional questions indicated in the headings of the several columns. In case any person enumerated on this Special Schedule in blind, deaf and dumb, insane, or idiotic (see columns 25 to 28 inclusive), the particulars of such case will also be carried on such other Special Schedules as the case may be. In addition to the enumeration of paupers required in this Schedule, enumerators will also ask the keeper of every institution designed for the maintenance of the destitute the questions found below, at the bottom of the page, respecting the number of paupers during the year ending May 31, 1880 and record the answers.


McLean County Alms House

# from Schedule
No. 1									Habitually     		  Criminal				Admit					blind / deaf-dumb /		
Page #	Line #	Name		City or Town	At Cost	Able-bodied	Intemperate	Epileptic	  Conviction	Form of Disability	Date		Other Family Members	insane / idiotic 

41	1	Klaus, Christian	Germany		County	yes									27 Oct 1860				insane
	2	_____, _____			County	no														insane
	3	_____, _____			County	no									18 Mar 1860				insane
	4	Doty, Matteson	Bloomington	County	yes									27 Apr 1866				insane
	5	Alsop, William	Bloomington	County	no				yes					1 Oct 1875				insane
	6	Levick, William	Danvers		County	no				yes					8 Nov 1877				insane
	7	Dunham, Albert	Bloomington	County	yes									10 Mar 1876				insane
	8	Swanson, Barton	Lexington     	County	no									8 Dec 1874				insane
	9	Galligher, Charles	Bloomington	County	yes									11 Nov 1875				insane
	10	Hallisey, Micheal	Bloomington	County	yes									11 Nov 1875				insane
	11	Benedict, Darvell	Lexington     	County	yes									20 Jan 1876				insane
	12	Baptist, John			County	yes														insane
	13	Ben				County	yes														insane
	14	Jacob		Bloomington	County	no							crippled		15 Aug 1876				insane
	15	Alsop, John	LeRoy		County	yes									16 Nov 1877	1 brother
	16	Alsop, Ben	LeRoy		County	yes									16 Nov 1877	1 brother
	17	Stevenson, Charles	Bloomington	County	yes									1 Feb 1877				insane
	18	Loving, James	Gridley		County	yes									2 Apr 1877     				blind
	19	Franks, Sarah	Bloomington	County	no							old age		10 Feb 1880
	20	Kress, Asaniah	Bloomington	County	no							old age		16 Dec 1873
	21	Flanady, Stephen	Bloomington	County	no							crippled		8 Nov 1877
	22	Gates, S F (or T)	Bloomington	County	yes									2 Apr 1880
	23	Belay, Reason	LeRoy		County	no				yes					8 Mar 1880				insane
	24	Thomas, George	White Oak     	County	no									8 Mar 1880				insane
	25	Gayheart, Jurgen	Bloomington	County	no		yes					crippled		10 Apr 1877
	26	Johnson, Willaim	McLean		County	no				yes					10 Apr 1879
	27	Kidwell, William	Saybrook		County	no							crippled		25 Apr 1880
	28	Schindler, Otto	Chenoa		County	no							rheumatism	11 Mar 1880
	29	French, John	Bloomington	County	no							rheumatism	28 Mar 1880
	30	Henderson, Frank			County	no							crippled
	31	Fox, William	Bloomington	County	no									26 Apr 1880
	32	Clark, Hattie	Bloomington	County	yes									10 Aug 1874
	33	James, Gertrude			County	yes									7 Sep 1874
	34	Hyat, Mary	Bloomington	County	yes									6 Jul 1878     				deaf-dumb
	35	Hyat, Effie     	Bloomington	County	yes									6 Jul 1878
	36	Dygon, Kate	Bloomington	County	no									1 Mar 1874
	37	Ashby, Amanda	Bloomington	County	yes									20 Dec 1879
	38	Atwater, Ann	Bloomington	County	yes		yes							5 Apr 1872
	39	Perry, Susan	Bloomington	County	no							crippled		1 Mar 1870
	40	Dunn, Alice	Bloomington	County	no									5 Jun 1876     				insane
	41	Tously, Jane	Bloomington	County	yes									4 Sep 1876				insane / idiotic
	42	Lily		Bloomington	County	no									8 Apr 1880     				idiotic
	43	Hill, Nancy     	Bloomington	County	yes									1 Apr 1877     				idiotic
	44	Snailer, Caroline	Lexington     	County	yes									1 Jan 1875
	45	Larkins, Ann	Bloomington	County	yes									2 Aug 1872
	46	Benjamin, Lydia	Arrowsmith	County	no				yes					1 May 1876				insane / idiotic
	47	Downey, Mary	Bloomington	County	no									2 Jun 1877     				idiotic
	48	Watson, Lavinia	Bloomington	County	yes									2 May 1864				idiotic
	49	Stanford, Mary	Bloomington	County	yes									1 Jan 1879     				insane
	50	Carl, Mary     	Bloomington	County	yes									2 Sep 1871				insane
	51	Wilson, Sarah	Bloomington	County	no		yes					crippled		29 Jun 1879
	10	GIbbs, Melinda	Bloomington	County	yes									1 Jun 1876     				insane


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