||The 1847 Wisconsin territorial census recorded
heads of household, number of males, number of females, and total individuals in the
household on December 1, 1847. The census taker for the Precint of Dartford, later known
as the town of Brooklyn, in the County of Marquette (later Green Lake) was John S. Vine.
For the precinct, 191 white males, 140 white females, and 3 males of color were
identified, for a total population of 334.
Microfilm of the original records is available at the State Historical Society of Wisconsin library (Call No. 1847-1). As illustrated, the records were hand written and in many cases are open to interpretation. An attempt is made to record entries as written, even when an entry is apparently in error. In cases where names are exceptionally difficult to read, an (?) marker is inserted. Entries are offered in the order in which they were recorded, because the census-taking sequence provides clues about where individuals actually lived (for an illustration, see Fairwater 1853).
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