Harlem Township Enumeration of Youth Sub-District 2, July 19th, 1893

Harlem Township Enumeration of Youth Sub-District 2, July 19th, 1893 (p. 1)

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Harlem Township Enumeration of Youth Sub-District 2, July 19th, 1893 (p. 1)

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Harlem Township Enumeration of Youth Sub-District 2, July 19th, 1893 (p. 2)

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Harlem Township Enumeration of Youth Sub-District 2, July 19th, 1893 (p. 2)

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BARRETT'S FORM

-FOR-

Enumeration

-OF-

YOUTH

UNDER LAWS OF OHIO.


CONTENTS:

FORM OF OATH.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING.

ENUMERATION.

RECAPITULATION.

AFFIDAVIT OF PERSON ENUMERATING.

LAWS OF OHIO RESPECTING ENUMERATION.


SPRINGFIELD, O.:

Published by E. l. Barrett & Son.

(*0-5)-2-2-14.

Township.
Harlem Township Enumeration of Youth Sub-District 2, July 19th, 1893 (p. 3)

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Harlem Township Enumeration of Youth Sub-District 2, July 19th, 1893 (p. 3)

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[corresponds to pages titled Oath and Enumeration of Youth]


OATH.


I, E.L. Johnson do

solemnly swear that I will support the Constitu-

tion of the United States, and the Constitution of

the State of Ohio, and that I will take the Enumera-

tion of Youth in ________________ Sub-District

No. 2 in Harlem Township

and Delaware County, as

required by law, accurately and truly, to the best

of my skill and ability.

E.L. Johnson.

Sworn to and subscribed before me, this 17th

day of Apr. 1893.

F. F. Cole

Tp. Clerk.


Enumeration of Youth


In Sub-District No. 2.

Harlem Township,

Delaware County, Ohio.

Taken July 19th, 1893.


IN USING THIS BOOK OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING:


1. The first column shows the whole Number enumerated. In

the second column enter the names of ALL persons enumerated.

In using the third column headed "Ages," enter the age of each

person enumerated opposite such name, and UNDER THE PROPER

HEADING of Male and Female, as required under the new law.

In the next columns make a mark opposite the names of all such

persons as are between 6 and 8; 8 and 14; 14 and 16; and 16 and 21

years of age. The next column will be used in the case of a joint

Sub-District.

2. As the law required (see Section 4030) that the enumeration

shall not only give names, ages, and sex, as above stated (and as

shown in the ruled and printed columns on the next page,) but also

to designate several other conditions named, additional columns

are ruled on each right hand page, which are to be used to report

the number of youth enumerated (if any) residing in the Western

Reserve, the Virginia Military District, the U. S. Military District,

and in any original surveyed Township or fractional Township to

which belongs section sixteen, or other land in lieu thereof, or any

other lands for the use of schools, or any interest in the proceeds

of such lands. Each class should be properly designated at the

head of such column. If yours is a joint Sub-District, enumerate

all the youth who reside in an adjoining Township, designating

them in the proper column. A joint Sub-District belongs to the

Township in which the school house is situated.

Read also the law respecting enumeration of youth on the

last page of this book.
Harlem Township Enumeration of Youth Sub-District 2, July 19th, 1893 (p. 4)

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Harlem Township Enumeration of Youth Sub-District 2, July 19th, 1893 (p. 4)

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[corresponds to page titled Enumeration of Unmarried youth between the ages of Six and Twenty-one Years.]


Enumeration of Unmarried youth between the ages of Six and Twenty-one Years


Taken July 19 1893.

{The extra columns to be used for youth (if any) residing the the Western Re-

serve, the Virginia Military District, &c., &c., (see law). Each class should be

properly designated at the head of such column.


No. NAMES GENDER AGES

Of all unmarried Youth between the Enter the age

ages of 6 and 21 years. of each in the

proper column.


1 Addams Evaline F 9

2 Blain Maggie F 10

3 Blain Eddie M 8

4 Clapham Howard M 7

5 Clapham Minnie F 8

6 Blain Coral F 6

7 Reich Fred M 17

8 Feazel Lee M 13

9 Greene Charley M 20

10 Greene Nina F 18

11 Greene Howard M 15

12 Greene Sanford M 12

13 Ford Hugh M 13

14 Johnson Lee M 14

15 Johnson Earl M 9

16 Sebring, Nellie F 11

17 Sebring Elmer M 8

18 Williams Jennie F 19

19 Warman Clarence M 9

20 Sebring George M 6
Harlem Township Enumeration of Youth Sub-District 2, July 19th, 1893 (p. 5)

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Harlem Township Enumeration of Youth Sub-District 2, July 19th, 1893 (p. 5)

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[corresponds to page titled Enumeration of Unmarried youth between the ages of Six and Twenty-one Years.]


Enumeration of Unmarried youth between the ages of Six and Twenty-one Years


Taken July 19th 1893.

{The extra columns to be used for youth (if any) residing the the Western Re-

serve, the Virginia Military District, &c., &c., (see law). Each class should be

properly designated at the head of such column.


No. NAMES GENDER AGES

Of all unmarried Youth between the Enter the age

ages of 6 and 21 years. of each in the

proper column.


21 Walker Angeline F 8

22 Walker James M 6

23 Wenger Ethel F 7
Harlem Township Enumeration of Youth Sub-District 2, July 19th, 1893 (p. 6)

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Harlem Township Enumeration of Youth Sub-District 2, July 19th, 1893 (p. 6)

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[corresponds to page titled Recapitulation and Affidavit.]


Recapitulation.


No. of Youth: Male 14; Female 9; Total 23

Total number of Youth between 6 and 8 years of age 6

Total number of Youth between 8 and 14 years of age 12

Total number of Youth between 14 and 16 years of age 1

Total number of Youth between 16 and 21 years of age 4

{The aggregate number of youth in the Dist., resi-

dent of Harlem Tp., is 23

The aggregate No. of Youth in the Dist., resident

of the adjoining Tp. of ____ is ____

The number residing in the ____ is ____

The number residing in the ____ is ____


I hereby certify the foregoing to be a correct list of the

unmarried youth in Sub-District No. Two

Harlem Township Delaware

County, Ohio, taken between July Eighth

and July Twenty Second, 1893

E. L. Johnson

Clerk of Sub-District No. 2

July Nineteenth 1893.


AFFIDAVIT.


THE STATE OF OHIO,

Delaware County.

E. L. Johnson having been first

duly sworn, states that he has, according to law,

taken and returned the Enumeration of Youth in

Sub-District No. 2 in

Harlem Township

and Delaware County, accurately

and truly, to the best of his knowledge and belief,

and that the list accompanying this return con-

tains the names of all the Youth so Enumerated,

and none other.

(Signed) E. L. Johnson

Sworn to and subscribed before me, this 3rd

day of Aug. 1893.

F. F. Cole.

Tp. clerk.
Harlem Township Enumeration of Youth Sub-District 2, July 19th, 1893 (p. 7)

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Harlem Township Enumeration of Youth Sub-District 2, July 19th, 1893 (p. 7)

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[corresponds to page titled Laws of Ohio Regarding the Enumeration of Youth.]



Laws of Ohio Regarding the Enumeration of Youth.

OF YEARLY ENUMERATION OF YOUTH.


SEC. 4030. (As amended March 20, 1890.) There shall be taken in each district,

annually, during the two weeks ending on the fourth Saturday in July, an enumer-

ation of all unmarried youth, noting sex, between six and twenty-one years of age,

resident within the district and not temporarily there, designating also the number

between six and eight years of age, the number between eight and fourteen years of

age, the number between fourteen and sixteen years of age, the number between

sixteen and twenty-one years of age, and the number residing in the Western Re-

serve, the Virginia military district, the United States military district, and in any

original surveyed township or fractional township to which belongs section six-

teen, or other land in lieu thereof, or any other lands for the use of public schools,

or any interest in the proceeds of such lands.


QUALIFICATION, PAY, ETC., OF THOSE TAKING THE SAME.


SEC. 4031. (As amended April 19, 1883.) Each person required or employed under

this chapter to take such enumeration shall take an oath or affirmation to take the

same accurately and truly to the best of his skill and ability. When making re-

turn thereof to the proper officers, he shall accompany the same with a list of the

names of all the youth so enumerated, noting the age of each, and with his affida-

vit duly certified that he has taken and returned the enumeration accurately and

truly to the best of his knowledge and belief, and that such list contains the names

of all the youth so enumerated and none others. The officers to whom such return

is required to be made, may administer such oath or affirmation and take and cer-

tify such affidavit, and shall keep in his office for the period of five years such re-

port and list of names, and each person so taking and returning the enumeration

shall be allowed by the proper board of education reasonable compensation for his

services, which in sub-districts shall not exceed two dollars for each person author-

ized, required or appointed to perform the service.


CLERK OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS TO TAKE IT IN SUB-DISTRICT.


SEC. 4033. The director, who is clerk in each sub-district, shall take, or cause to be

taken, annually, according to the provisions of this chapter, an enumeration of

youth resident within his sub-district, and return a certified copy thereof to the

clerk of the township board of education; if any such director fail to perform such

duty, and make said return on or before the fourth Saturday in July, the clerk of

the township board shall employ a competent person to take and return the enumer-

ation, give him an order on the treasurer of the board for his compensation, pay-

able from the contingent fund, and proceed to recover the amount so paid, in a civil

action, before any court having jurisdiction of the matter, in the name of the State,

against such director; and the money so collected shall be paid to the treasurer of

the board, and credited to the contingent fund; but in a township district which is

not divided into sub-district, the president of the board shall take and return the

enumeration, or cause the same to be done.


The Law for the Enumeration of Youth in a Joint Sub-District (composed

of parts of two or more Townships), is as follows:


ENUMERATION IN JOINT SUB-DISTRICTS.


SEC. 4034. The enumeration of a joint sub-district shall be taken by the clerk of

the board of directors, who shall transmit a certified copy thereof to the clerk of

the board of education of the district in which the school house of the sub-district

is situate, and designate therein the number of youth residing in the respective

fractions of townships of which the sub-district is composed; and if such sub-

district is composed of parts of two or more counties, the clerk to whom the return

is made shall transmit a certified copy thereof to the auditor of each county having

territory within the sub-district
Harlem Township Enumeration of Youth Sub-District 2, July 19th, 1893 (p. 8)

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Harlem Township Enumeration of Youth Sub-District 2, July 19th, 1893 (p. 8)

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Dublin Core

Title

Harlem Township Enumeration of Youth Sub-District 2, July 19th, 1893

Subject

Enumerations--Schools--Harlem Township--Ohio--1893
Harlem Township--Delaware County--Ohio

Description

This book lists the names and ages of students attending school in Sub-District 2 of Harlem Township in 1893. Teacher and township clerk names for each year enumerated are also included.

Creator

E. L. Johnson

Publisher

Published by E. L. Barrett & Son, Springfield, OH

Date

July 19th, 1893

Contributor

Township Clerk: F. F. Cole

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http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/NoC-US/1.0/

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Book

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English

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Text

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92961021

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Citation

E. L. Johnson, “Harlem Township Enumeration of Youth Sub-District 2, July 19th, 1893,” Delaware County Memory, accessed March 3, 2024, http://delawarecountymemory.org/items/show/24.

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