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1880 Tarrant County, Texas Manufacturing Census Schedule
Roll T1134-49

This is a census of manufacturers in Tarrant County.  There are more details on these census such as how many employees in different age groups but the most important facts on this census are shown in the tables below.  
**All surnames are bold and highlighted in yellow to make it easier to read.  They are listed in the order found on the census.  This census is not very large and is transcribed on two pages.  The Manufacturing census of 1880 was taken throughout the state of Texas.  This is only the Tarrant County portion.  

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Brick Yards and Tile Works
Name of Corporation, Company or Individual Capital (Real and Personal) Invested in this Business. Greatest number of employees at one time during the year. Wages paid during the year.

Materials

Number of cords of wood. Value of all other materials Total Value of all materials
MACKINTIRE & THOMPSON $1000 20 $3200 400 200 1200
Products
Number of  ????? brick Total Value of all products
1000 $7000

End of Brick Yards and Tile Works

Manufactures - Products of Industry in Fort Worth, County of Tarrant, State of Texas, during the twelve months beginning June 1, 1870 and ending May 31, 1880, as enumerated by me, J. Q. St. Clair.

Enumeration district 88, Post Office Fort Worth
Name of Corporation, Company or Individual. Name of Business, Manufacture or Product. Capital (real and personal) invested in business. Greatest Number employed at any one time during the year. Total of Wages paid during the year. Months in Operation Value of materials including mill supplies and fuel. Value of Product including jobbing and Repairing.
PRATT, FISHER & TURNER Black Smithing $1100 3 $500 12 $900 $2000
EITELMAN, Geo. Black Smithing $400 2 $400 12 $310 $1200
TACKABERRY Saddlings & Harness $15000 15 $6500 12 $10000 $25000
TOWNSQUIST ??, J. Boots & Shoes Maker $100 2 $300 12 $300 $1500
FRY, S. M. Boots & Shoe Maker $7000 5 $2000 12 $625 $4000

 

Boots & Shoe - Leather - Enumeration District #88, Fort Worth, enumerated by J. Q. St. Clair
Name of Corporation, Company or Individual. Capital (real and personal) invested in business. Greatest Number employed at any one time during the year. Total of Wages paid during the year. Months in Operation

Machines

Products

No. of Sewing Machines No. of Pegging Machines Number of Screwing and Nailing Machines Number of sole leather Number of upper leather
FRY, S. M.  $7000 5 $2500 12 1 1 2 100 100
Pounds of other leather Value of all other materials Total value of all materials Number of pairs of boots Value Number of Pairs of shoes Value Total Value of all products
30 $25 $625 365 $3650 100 $400 $4050

 

Manufactures - Products of Industry in Ward 2 Ft Worth, County of Tarrant, State of Texas, during the twelve months beginning June 1, 1870 and ending May 31, 1880, as enumerated by me, Robt. C. Robison

Enumeration district 89
Name of Corporation, Company or Individual. Name of Business, Manufacture or Product. Capital (real and personal) invested in business. Greatest Number employed at any one time during the year. Total of Wages paid during the year. Months in Operation Value of materials including mill supplies and fuel. Value of Product including jobbing and Repairing.
JOHNS, J. C.  Blacksmith $500 3 $1200 12 $1200 $2200
CHAPMAN, E. ?. Mattrasses and Spring Beds $2500 9 $1500 12 $2000 $4000
BURTON, Thomas Lock and Gun Smithing $500 1 $300 12 $200 $1000
PADGITT, Frances Saddles & Harness $6000 10 $5000 12 $6011 $13000
LAKE, W. F. Tin Shop is scratched out but can't read words to replace it. $4000 5 $1400 12 $2000 $6000
FAKES & Co. same as above $3000 2 $1200 12 $2000 $5000
FAKES & Co. Furniture Shop $5000 2 $1200 12 $3000 $7000
SIEMORE, F.  Jewelry is scratched out but can't read words to replace it. $500 1 $480 12 $200 $1000
HARENS, H. T. ?? Tin Shop is scratched out but can't read words to replace it. $2000 2 $600 12 $2000 $5000
STRATSFADSON & STOCKETT ?? Saddling & Harness $2000 2 $370 6 $400 $1500
BERGIN, John A. Marble $1000 2 $500 12 $1000 $2000
BROWN, D. S. Carpentery $600 8 $2000 6 $300 $3000
MARCUS or MARCHSY, E. Carpentery $720 4 $300 3 $1650 $2400
FOX, John B. Wheelwrighting $1000 5 $500 9 $300 $1500
WILLIAMS, ?? & Son big smudge!  ??? maker $6000 1 $400 11 $500 $3842
KELLER, E. ?. Carriage repairer $5000 10 $3200 12 $3000 $9000 ??
MAYER, Joseph Blacksmith $2000 2 $1000 12 $2000 $4000
MORGAN, J. Wheelwrighting $1000 ----- ----- 12 $1000 $1000
William WILLS Boots and Shoes $600 1 $500 12 $1194 $3700
Dan SULLIVAN Boots and Shoes $800 4 $1000 12 $1000 $5000

Manufactures - Products of Industry in Fort Worth, County of Tarrant, State of Texas, during the twelve months beginning June 1, 1870 and ending May 31, 1880, as enumerated by me, Wallace Hendricks

Enumeration District 92
Name of Corporation, Company or Individual. Name of Business, Manufacture or Product. Capital (real and personal) invested in business. Greatest Number employed at any one time during the year. Total of Wages paid during the year. Months in Operation Value of materials including mill supplies and fuel. Value of Product including jobbing and Repairing.
HANDY, Jassett Broom Manufacturing $400 5 $1200 12 $2000 $3000
GRADY, P. H. Black Smith $3000 7 $2000 12 $8500 $6500
RIGMAN, Charles Blacksmithing $1500 6 $3960 12 $2500 $7700
MARTIN & PHILIPS or

MASTIN & PHILIPS

Blacksmith Shop $1100 2 $1000 12 $500 $1900

Manufactures - Products of Industry in Election Prct No 7, County of Tarrant, State of Texas, during the twelve months beginning June 1, 1870 and ending May 31, 1880, as enumerated by me, Wm. Capps.

Enumeration District 93, Post Office Johnson Station, Texas
Name of Corporation, Company or Individual. Name of Business, Manufacture or Product Capital (real and personal) invested in business. Greatest Number employed at any one time during the year. Total of Wages paid during the year. Number of months of operation Value of Material including mill supplies and fuel. Value of Product including jobbing and repairing. On what River or Stream? # of Boilers # of Engines Horse Power
LITTLE, Jasper B. Cotton Gin $1500 6 $200 5 ???? ----- ----- 1 1 10
GOPLING, Geo. W. Cotton Gin $1000 6 $300 5 ----- ----- Includes wheel 6 horsepower.
BLACKMON, Thomas Blacksmith $150 1 $150 12 $300 $1000  

Manufactures - Products of Industry in Enumer Dist No 94, County of Tarrant, State of Texas, during the twelve months beginning June 1, 1870 and ending May 31, 1880, as enumerated by me, J. E. Murrey.

Enumeration District 94
Name of Corporation, Company or Individual. Name of Business, Manufacture or Product Capital (real and personal) invested in business. Greatest Number employed at any one time during the year. Total of Wages paid during the year. Number of months of operation Value of Material including mill supplies and fuel. Value of Product including jobbing and repairing. On what River or Stream? # of Boilers # of Engines Horse Power
WELDON, Edwin S. Blacksmithing $300 2 $300 12 $600 $1400 ----- ----- ----- -----
GARDNER, Felix G. Wheel wright $500 ----- ----- 12 $200 $900 ----- ----- ----- -----
BUCK, Thomas Blacksmithing $200 2 $300 12 $225 $892 ----- ----- ----- -----
PRICKETT, Jacob M. Boot & Shoes $100 1 $75 _____ $380 $545 ----- ----- ----- -----

Manufactures - Products of Industry in Precinct No 2, Smith ??, County of Tarrant, State of Texas, during the twelve months beginning June 1, 1870 and ending May 31, 1880, as enumerated by me, P. R. Withers.

Enumeration District 95, Post Office Bedford
Name of Corporation, Company or Individual. Name of Business, Manufacture or Product Capital (real and personal) invested in business. Greatest Number employed at any one time during the year. Total of Wages paid during the year. Number of months of operation Value of Material including mill supplies and fuel. Value of Product including jobbing and repairing. On what River or Stream? # of Boilers # of Engines Horse Power
NEWTON & DENSBY Cotton Gin $1000 7 $420 3 $79 $1050 Bear Creek ----- ----- 10
BOBO, Weldon W. Cotton Gin & Grist Mill $1800 5 $400 4 $100 $1200 West Fork of Trinity River See Grist Mills 8
LARSON & BAER Cotton Gin and Grist Mill $1800 7 $630 3 1/2 $100 $1300 Bear Creak See Grist Mills 8
EULESS, Elijah A. Cotton Gin $800 7 $400 3 1/2 $75 $1100 West Fork of Trinity River ----- 10
THOMAS, Martha Cotton Gin & Grist Mill $1000 7 $400 3 $80 $1200 Bear Creek See Grist Mills 12
Editor NOTE:  Some of the above say "See Grist Mills", however, I did not find listings for them under grist mills.  
Maybe it was forgotten? 

Manufactures - Products of Industry in Precinct No 4, County of Tarrant, State of Texas, during the twelve months beginning June 1, 1870 and ending May 31, 1880, as enumerated by me, J. T. Hovenkamp.

Enumeration District 96, Post Office Birdville
Name of Corporation, Company or Individual. Name of Business, Manufacture or Product Capital (real and personal) invested in business. Greatest Number employed at any one time during the year. Total of Wages paid during the year. Number of months of operation Value of Material including mill supplies and fuel. Value of Product including jobbing and repairing. On what River or Stream? # of Boilers # of Engines Horse Power
HARDIST & POPPLEWELL Ginning Cotton $3000 5 $400 8 $1000 $14000 ----- 1 1 10
FOSTER, H. C. Ginning Cotton $1100 5 $600 6 $700 $8000 ----- 1 1 25

Manufactures - Products of Industry in Justice Beat No 546, County of Tarrant, State of Texas, during the twelve months beginning June 1, 1870 and ending May 31, 1880, as enumerated by me, Clark Oswald.

Enumeration District 97, Post Office Fort Worth
Name of Corporation, Company or Individual. Name of Business, Manufacture or Product Capital (real and personal) invested in business. Greatest Number employed at any one time during the year. Total of Wages paid during the year. Number of months of operation Value of Material including mill supplies and fuel. Value of Product including jobbing and repairing. On what River or Stream? # of Boilers # of Engines Horse Power
COLE, John Blacksmith $300 2 $150 12 $500 $1200 Clear Fork of Trinity ----- ----- -----
CLEVELAND, W. D. Black Smith $250 1 $150 12 $400 $900 ----- ----- ----- -----

Manufactures - Products of Industry in Precinct No 7, County of Tarrant, State of Texas, during the twelve months beginning June 1, 1870 and ending May 31, 1880, as enumerated by me, W. A. Turner.

Enumeration District 98, Post Office Oak Grove, Tarrant Co, Texas.
Name of Corporation, Company or Individual. Name of Business, Manufacture or Product Capital (real and personal) invested in business. Greatest Number employed at any one time during the year. Total of Wages paid during the year. Number of months of operation Value of Material including mill supplies and fuel. Value of Product including jobbing and repairing. On what River or Stream? # of Boilers # of Engines Horse Power
HARRIS & TYE Blacksmith & Wood Shop $800 ----- ----- 12 $500 $1500 ----- ----- ----- -----
PIPPIN, Richard G. Blacksmith $600 ----- ----- 6 $400 ????? ----- ----- ----- -----
TYE, R. W. Blacksmith $300 ----- ----- 12 $200 $500 ----- ----- ----- -----
HALL, M. K. Blacksmith $100 ----- ----- ----- $15 $150 ----- ----- ----- -----
BAILY, O. L. Machine Shop $1000 ----- ----- 10 $500 $1500 ----- ----- ----- -----

Manufactures - Products of Industry in Justice Precinct No 8, County of Tarrant, State of Texas, during the twelve months beginning June 1, 1870 and ending May 31, 1880, as enumerated by me, Joseph F. Keebler.

Enumeration District 99, Post Office: Mansfield
Name of Corporation, Company or Individual. Name of Business, Manufacture or Product Capital (real and personal) invested in business. Greatest Number employed at any one time during the year. Total of Wages paid during the year. Number of months of operation Value of Material including mill supplies and fuel. Value of Product including jobbing and repairing. On what River or Stream? # of Boilers # of Engines Horse Power
MURREY and POWELL Blacksmithing $300 ----- ----- 12 $100 $600 ----- ----- ----- -----
DAVIS House Carpentering $50 ----- ----- 8 $1050 $1380 ----- ----- ----- -----

Manufactures - Products of Industry in the north 1/2 of Precinct 1, County of Tarrant, State of Texas, during the twelve months beginning June 1, 1870 and ending May 31, 1880, as enumerated by me, J. R. Wilmoth.

Enumeration District 203, Post Office: McKinney, Collin Co, TX.
Name of Corporation, Company or Individual. Name of Business, Manufacture or Product Capital (real and personal) invested in business. Greatest Number employed at any one time during the year. Total of Wages paid during the year. Number of months of operation Value of Material including mill supplies and fuel. Value of Product including jobbing and repairing. On what River or Stream? Wheels
WHEELER, John H. Cotton Gin $5000 4 $286 4 $21600 $22000 West Fork of Trinity River  9 foot high by 3 1/2 feet wide Turbine wheel.
# of Boilers # of Engines Horse Power
1 1 30

 

End of 1880 Tarrant County, Texas Manufacturing Census

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