In addition to the Thornton household, the free colored persons enumerated in Fairhaven were Sally Simonds, 55-100; Isaac Jones, 24-36 and a female 10-24; a male in the Thomas Stoddard household, 10-24; 2 males in the Rufus Allen household, under 10 and 24-36; John Williams, 24-36, with two females 10-24 and 24-36; a male in the John D. Thompson household, 10-24; a male in the Lucy Gibbs household, 10-24; Ann Fuller was a free colored person and head of a household with one male 24-36 and females under 10, 10-24 and 36-55 (prob. Ann); a male in the "Rolana" (Roland?) Fish household, 10-24; a female in the Charles G. Allen household, 24-36; John Washington, 36-55, with a female 24-36; Abigail Christopher, 10-24, with a female 10-24 and 2 males under 10 and one 36-55; a male in the household of John Alden, 24-36; John Bracy, 24-36 (a Christopher Bracy b. Norfolk, VA, living in NB, b. ca1812, sailor on whaleship Logan); Charles Miller, 36-55, with a male under 10 and females 36-55 and 55-100; Thomas B. Hall, 36-55, with a male under 10, 3 females 10-24 and one female 36-55; a female in the household of Anna Sharper, 55-100; a female in the household of James "Mana," 10-24; Fairhaven Alms House ("Eliza Taylor" written below) had females under 10 and 55-100 and males under 10 and 24-36; a female in the household of Jabez Taber, 10-24; a female in the household of Clark Earl, under 10; Judith Wilson, 36-55. Of a total population of 3,951, 43 were African American, Indian or perhaps islanders from the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.