2 edition of An alphabetical listing of heads of households (with age and sex of all members of households) included in the 1800 federal census of Adams County, Pennsylvania found in the catalog.
|Statement||South Central Pennsylvania Genealogical Society|
|Publishers||South Central Pennsylvania Genealogical Society|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 138 p. :|
|Number of Pages||95|
|3||Special publication (South Central Pennsylvania Genealogical Society) ;|
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28 James Stubblefield's departure altered the relationship island owners, most noticeably Lewis Wernwag, had with the armory. The divide the eastern seaboard from the and the grasslands of the. Specific Location Reference A History of Mechanicsburg and the Surrounding AreaNorman D Keefer. The Weaver settlement grew with a steady stream of new arrivals. A, B, C, D - [PDF], [ZIP, 112. Sixth Census of the United States, 1840.
Census Office, 1862 Decatur County Record Book R, page 197, Deed dated January, 1844, from Alison Snelling to James P. Then there was Viney, who died 12 May 1819.
Sophia had four children: Mary aged 8 in 1834Sam aged 5Granville aged 4 and Claiborne aged 2. unavailable The 1970 Census of Housing, Vol VII reports are currently unavailable online.
Bernard, Tara Siegel February 22, 2013. Negro Population, by County: 1960 and 1950. The African American population of 1870, although a small percentage, increased significantly to 115 people.
The subject of uninsured and underinsured Americans is a major political issue. This is partly a reflection of their greater size and youthfulness.
Total population of unincorporated communities having 500 or more inhabitants for which separate figures could be compiled. On December 7, 1941, the launched a surpriseprompting the United States to join the Allies against theand in the following year, to about 120,000 U.
Wager and her allies also claimed Superintendent Stubblefield was a silent partner in the firm to whom the lease had been sold, a charge he flatly denied.
Only five blacks lived on the island in 1840, three of whom reportedly were free.
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