Chemung Town covered a lot of ground in 1790 and over the following years portions were broken off to form other townships and even parts of new counties. For example, in 1790, the inhabitants of what by 1800 was the town of Union, in what was then Tioga County, reported with those of Chemung Town, in Montgomery County. Hence, the Tracys enumerated in Chemung Town in 1790 were very likely living in the area that by 1800 was part of Union... which was itself later broken into towns that included Tioga, Chenango, Owego, Lisle and Vestal... towns in Tioga and Broome Counties, towns and counties associated with Tracys.
There were a total of 2382 people living in Chemung Town at the time of the 1790 Census (including at least one slave, and one "other person"???). Of these, 648 were Free White Males 16 years old and older, including the heads of families; 644 were Free White Males under the age of 16 years; and 1091 Free White Females, including heads of families.