|District||Lewis and Rehoboth Hundred|
|Value of person's real estate||–|
|Value of person's personal estate||–|
|Place of Birth||Delaware|
|Was the person was married within the last year?||–|
|Did the person attend school within the last year?||–|
|If the person was over 20 years of age, could he not read or write?||1|
|Was the person deaf and dumb, blind, idiotic, pauper, or convict?||–|
|Transcriber Notes||Listed in a white household|
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