1820 US Census
The following transcription of the Titus references in the 1820 United States Federal Census was produced from microfilm images copied from the US National Archives and Records Administration, microfilm number M33 (142 rolls). 1820 images and index were provided by Ancestry.com. This census was the fourth enumeration produced in the United States. Enumerators were asked to include the following information in their reports:
1. The name of the head of the household.
2. The number of free white males and females in age categories: under 10; 10 to 16; 16 to 26, 26 to 45; and 45 and older.
3. The number of free white males 16 to 18.
4. The number of other free persons, except Indians not taxed.
5. The number of slaves.
6. The town, district and county of residence.
The official enumeration day for the 1820 census was August 7, 1820. The enumeration was intended to be completed by six months, but was subsequently extended by law to thirteen months. By the date of the census there were twenty-three states in the Union, with Alabama Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine and Mississippi having been added since the 1810 census. There were district-wide losses for Arkansas Territory, Missouri Territory and New Jersey, and partial losses in Alabama and Tennessee. Schedules were available for the following states:
District of Columbia
Titus families were enumerated in fourteen of the above states, as follows:
State # of Families # of Individuals
CT 15 69
IL 1 1
IN 1 4
KY 2 10
MA 13 74
ME 7 29
NH 6 48
NY 122 767
OH 19 132
PA 33 189
RI 3 16
TN 1 6
VA 5 27
VT 16 117
Totals 244 1489