On page 320 of the 1820 Beaver Creek Twp., Greene Co., Ohio census is this notation by the census taker after the name of John Kiser: "The left accounts this man is about 104 years old he says he was a stout boy in the year 1730 large enough to do considerable work he now works at coopering though he says he can't do much." I just wonder how many
notes like this are scattered throughout the various census
years that we never see. On this same page is a notation
that a man is 90 years old and his wife 89 years.
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