The following data is from the 1840 (1256 hijra) Ottoman census for the Armenians in the village of Sakrat [now called Yazıbaşı] in the district of Palu. I have made use of this census for two articles that appeared in the Armenian Weekly - A New Source for Armenian Roots [4 August 2015] and Family of Priests: The Der Manuelians of Sakrat Palu Across Two Centuries [27 August 2013]. Below is the complete census of Armenians for the entire village organized by household or family group. The census recorded 123 males in 23 households. 7 of the men were working in Istanbul. In addition to the priest's family, the only occupation recorded was farmer. 3 men were taxed at the high income rate, 76 at the middle income rate, none at the low income rate and 44 males were not taxed. All but one of those not taxed were 11 years of age and younger. Over half the males in the village were 20 years of age and younger. Only 5 of the men were over the age of 70. I have standardized the spelling of most, but not all, names. Note that each indentation indicates a new generation. For example, for family grouping #2 Mardig and Vartan are sons of Manoug while Marsoub is Mardig's son and Asadour is Vartan's son. I have retained the columns for name and father's name to make this clear. The overall number is a unique identifier for each male. Those without numbers were not directly listed in the census but were inferred from the information recorded. The number represents the number in the household from the original census. In the case of Baba [#110], the name of his father was not given - he was simply described as Hagop's [#106] uncle's son and thus his father would be Garabed's brother.