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    1  Wade Oxford - Angela Radziszewski
    I'm looking for more information on my 2nd great grandfather Wade Oxford who was born April 1845 in Georgia. I have been trying to find out who his parent's were and seem to be stuck. In 1870 census i..

    2  Re: Meaning of Agent on Census - Vicky Daviss Mitchell
    Very interesting. I tried doing a google but could not come up with an answer for you. If you by chance get an answer will you post here please. Thanks..

    3  Re: PINKNEY Surname or Given Name - Cynthia
    I have made contact with some of my Pinkney. They r out of Georgia. If u google the surname,,I have info floating around on the net. Give me some info to compare. U never know..

    4  Re: PINKNEY Surname or Given Name - ppc copeland
    I'm searching for Pinkney as well. My grandfather name was Pinkney and my grandmother. They were from Georgia. This is a last name. May have been a surname as well...

    5  john Doe aka "Eugene" found 6/6/1928  - T.F.
    No segue..

    6  Re: service to honor exslaveYarrow Mamout - vkn
    a very fascinating archeological dig & story!- tb ...and many thanx to you for sharing...

    7  Re: 1850 and 1860 Census  - vkn
    "We cannot judge the reliability of any information unless we know exactly where the information came from; and the strengths and weaknesses of that source."..

    8  service to honor exslaveYarrow Mamout - tea brick
    As dig continues, Islamic service honors freed slave in Georgetown A few feet away from the mic prayer service f..

    9  Meaning of Agent on Census - Estella Mims Oglesby
    I'm researching Gideon Mims of Red River County Texas, formerly of Goochland County Virginia. Gideon Mims died between 1850-1852, as his will is probated 1852. I didn't find him on the 1850 census or ..

    10  Re: 1850 and 1860 Census - Paterson
    Please share with us the name recorded in the 1850 and 1860 Censuses, which NC county, and if possible which page number...

    11  Re: 1850 and 1860 Census - nmrutherford
    Thank you Paterson & David for your responses. Our ancestor is listed in 1850 Schedule 1 listed as white (blank column, per enumeration directions). children are listed as "m". in 1860 summary, we ass..

    12  Census Enumerators Instructions - David
    The first step to truly understanding what the manuscript census schedules mean is to read the instructions given to census-takers (enumerators) that told them how to fill out the forms. Here are some..

    13  Re: [FL] Ponce de Leon, Juan - tea brick
    Thanks for the interesting article. I will further research some of the links & (leads) in this post. I have the surname variations of De Leon deleon & de Ayllón in (6) of my DNA matches going far ba..

    14  Slave Extracts from Barnwell County, SC  - Doll Hargrove
    Here is a link to the partial listing of the extract of slaves in estate inventories for Barnwell County, South Carolina...

    15  Re: 1850 and 1860 Census - Paterson
    1850 and 1860 census used two schedules to record the US population. Schedule 2 was "Slave Inhabitants" and Schedule 1 was "Free Inhabitants." Census takers typically recorded the ..

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