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1696 Association Oath Rolls
Not technically a census, the 1696 Association Oath Rolls serve as a census substitute. The original records are found in class C 213 at the National Archives, Kew, England. Gandy published abstracts of oath takers living in British plantations, including Montserratt [sic]:
1729 List of Inhabitants
- Fothergill, G., trans. 'List of Inhabitants, Whites and Blacks, of Montserrat in 1729, Referred to in Colonel Matthews' Letter of 28th May 1730,' Caribbeana, Vol. 4 (1916):302-311. Digitised by dLOC - free. Identifies occupations. The original is held at the UK National Archives (B.T. Leeward Islands, Vol. 21).
- ↑ Cliff Webb, "Association Oath Rolls - Background to the Documents," Origins Network.
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