Category Archives: Census Sunday

Ezra Sanford and the 1840 Census

Census Sunday Don Taylor One of my goals is to follow an ancestor through all of the Census. Because only the head of the household is identified in the 1840 and earlier censuses it can sometimes be difficult to assure … Continue reading

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The 1900 Census and Samuel Vaden Scott

Census Sunday Roberts-Brown Research Scott/Roberts Line The 1900 US Federal Census Record is often a Treasure Trove of information.  It provides a unique set of information including month and year of birth as well as the number of children a … Continue reading

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1840 Census and Chester Parsons

Census Sunday The 1840 census often exasperates genealogists.  I find the information presented to be challenging and able to provide new questions as well as details. I was getting to know my 3rd great-grandmother, Mary Electa Parsons. In 1840 Mary … Continue reading

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1895 Minnesota Census – Jessie & Nancy Barnett

Census Sunday Brown/Montran Mannin Census records are the mainstay of genealogical research.  One of my favorite census records is the 1895 Minnesota State Census.  Not only does it provide much of the information you would expect in a Census – … Continue reading

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