#352. James Higgins, 16, day laborer; Mary Butler, 40, cook, and Molly Butler, 1, in the household of E.T. Mayo.
#354. John Butler, 18, “ostler,” in the household of H.W. Peel.
#355. Lemon Taborn, 26, barber; William Shavers, 25, barber; and William Johnston, 23, carpenter, in the household of Joseph Barbee.
#362. Dave Simms, 25, day laborer, in the household of W.D. Rountree, merchant.
#369. Eliza Himan, 15, and Theodore Himan, 5, in the household of David Nolly, farmer.
#385. Joseph Thorn, 30, plasterer, and Caroline Thorn, 24, domestic, in the household of A.H. Williams, merchant.
#386. Sarah Locus, 6, in the household of Thomas C. Davis, County Court Clerk.
#388. Tenie Marbly, 11, and Henry Wiggins, 40, carpenter, in the household of Edmund Moore, farmer.
#392. Asburn Dunstan, 23, laborer, in the household of H.L. Winton, boarding house operator.
#398. John Kersey, 37, blacksmith; wife Julia, 31; and children Louisa, 9, Dellah, 6, John, 5, and William, 1. Kersey reported personal property valued at $300.
#399. Joseph Thorn, 25, brickmason; wife Caroline, 19, washerwoman; and daughter Fannie, 8 months; plus Bettie Fogg, 60, day laborer.
#406. Jesse H. Artis, 48, hostler, in the household of George Howard, Superior Court Judge.
#419. Joseph Fogg, 50, shoemaker, in the household of Edwin Eatmon, bootmaker.
1860 federal population census, Wilson township, Wilson County, North Carolina.