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Source: 1880 Census: Springer, Colfax County, New Mexico; Precinct 12, Enumeration District 7; 3 June 1880.  
 
Source: 1880 Census: Springer, Colfax County, New Mexico; Precinct 12, Enumeration District 7; 3 June 1880.  
  
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Blacksmith (1);&nbsp; Carpenter (1);&nbsp; Farm Laborer (1); Feed Livery Stable (2), Freighter (1); H<span id="fck_dom_range_temp_1273774479109_135" />otel Keeper (1);&nbsp;Postmaster (1); Railroad (3), Saloon Keeper (1); Stone Mason (1); Store Clerk (2),  
 
Blacksmith (1);&nbsp; Carpenter (1);&nbsp; Farm Laborer (1); Feed Livery Stable (2), Freighter (1); H<span id="fck_dom_range_temp_1273774479109_135" />otel Keeper (1);&nbsp;Postmaster (1); Railroad (3), Saloon Keeper (1); Stone Mason (1); Store Clerk (2),  
  
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Edward H. '''Bergman''',1834, Springer Postmaster, Prussia; Augustina L. 1853, Missouri; Henry E., 1872 New Mexico;&nbsp;  
 
Edward H. '''Bergman''',1834, Springer Postmaster, Prussia; Augustina L. 1853, Missouri; Henry E., 1872 New Mexico;&nbsp;  
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A.H. '''Drowne''', 1860, Section Boss on Railroad, Vermont;  
 
A.H. '''Drowne''', 1860, Section Boss on Railroad, Vermont;  
  
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Rosa'''Hafly''',&nbsp;1872, Kansas;  
 
Rosa'''Hafly''',&nbsp;1872, Kansas;  

Revision as of 02:16, 11 March 2012

Source: 1880 Census: Springer, Colfax County, New Mexico; Precinct 12, Enumeration District 7; 3 June 1880.

Note: Items in parenthesis are a different reading of the census handwriting.

For Free access to search the 1880 US Census, click here. 
              

Summary:

Places of Birth: 

New Mexico Territory Total = (6),

United States Total (21) = Kentucky (2); Illinois (6); Kansas (1); Kentucky (1); Massachusetts (1); Missouri (3); North Carolina (1); Pennsylvania (2); Vermont (1); Virginia (1); Wyoming (2);

Other Total (7) = Canada (1); England (1); Ireland (3); Scotland (1); Prussia (1);

Occupations: 

Blacksmith (1);  Carpenter (1);  Farm Laborer (1); Feed Livery Stable (2), Freighter (1); Hotel Keeper (1); Postmaster (1); Railroad (3), Saloon Keeper (1); Stone Mason (1); Store Clerk (2),

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Edward H. Bergman,1834, Springer Postmaster, Prussia; Augustina L. 1853, Missouri; Henry E., 1872 New Mexico; 

M.T. Bowman, 1845, Feed and Livery Stable, Kentucky;

Robert Bragg, 1844, Farm laborer, Kentucky;

Benjamin Burk, 1848, Carpenter, Pennsylvania;

D.A. Clothier, 1854, Store Clerk, Canada;

Patrick Colbert, 1848, Saloon Keeper, Ireland;

Nicholas F. Cook, 1855, Store Clerk, Illinois;

A.H. Drowne, 1860, Section Boss on Railroad, Vermont;

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RosaHafly, 1872, Kansas;

Robert Hern, 1842, Blacksmith, Missouri; Isabel, 1855, New Mexico; Elizabeth, 1877, New Mexico; Odon, 1878, New Mexico; Adelia, 1879, New Mexico;

John Jackson, 1836, Hotel Keeper, England: Bridget, 1840, Ireland; Anna, 1864, Massachusetts; Joseph, 1868, Illinois; Thomas, 1871, Illinois; Sarah, 1874, Illinois; Agnes, 1877, Illinois, John, 1878, Illinois; Alice, May 1880, New Mexico;

J.W. McCoach, 1856, Railroad agent and Telegraph Operator, Virginia; Sarah, 1858, Kentucky; 

Neal McFall, 1850, Stone Mason, Scotland;

William Smith, 1847, Section hand on Railroad, Ireland;

Joseph A. Smith (Smull), 1846, Freighter, Pennsylvania; Florence E., 1854, Missouri; Jackson, 1876, Wyoming; Mary 1878 Wyoming;

John Wells, 1858, Stable hand, North Carolina;