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Allegany County, NY in 1820

1820 Allegany County Census Index (by page number)

c. 1825 map (does not show exact 1820 townships)

Allegany County Information

Allegany (sometimes spelled "Alleghany") County, NY was created in 1806 from Genesee County. The first Census which reported its residents was in 1810. The townships in Allegany's northern tier were all later ceded to other counties.

Allegany townships at the time of the 1820 Census:      

Alfred: 306 households
Angelica: 250 households
Caneadea: 111 households
Centerville 81 households
Friendship: 120 households
Nunda: 216 households
Ossian: 154 households
Pike: 280 households
Rushford 104 households

Townships Added Between 1820 and 1825: 

Allen formed
c. 1821-25
Almond formed
c. 1821-25
Andover formed
c. 1821-25
Belfast formed
c. 1821-25
Birdsall formed
c. 1821-25
Bolivar formed
c. 1821-25
Burns formed
c. 1821-25
Cuba formed
c. 1821-25
Eagle formed
c. 1821-25
Grove formed
c. 1821-25
Haight formed
c. 1821-25
Hume formed
c. 1821-25
Independence formed
c. 1821-5
Portage formed
c. 1821-25
Scio formed
c. 1821-25

Townships Changes After 1825:

Amity twp formed c. 1825-30
Genesee twp formed c. 1825-30
Haight re-named "New Hudson" after 1830
Granger twp formed from Grove after 1830
W. Almond formed from Almond & Angelica after 1830
Wirt formed from Friendship & Bolivar after 1830
Clarkesville twp formed from Cuba after 1830
Nunda twp annexed to Livingston 1846
Portage twp annexed to Livingston 1846
Ossian twp annexed to Livingston 1857
Eagle & Pike twps annexed to Wyoming

See also: Allegany Co. in 1830

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