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1870 Census and Polly Ann Clardy
Posted by: Jim Clark (ID *****6870) Date: August 29, 2003 at 22:59:53
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Anne Clark married James Clardy in Smith Co., TN in Nov. of 1847. She appeared with her family on the 1850 Census there with her husband and baby, but then they vanished. IT was said in the family the she had migrated to Alabama. An older sister and husband were supposed to have migrated earlier to AL and to the same place.
Recently I found that there was a Polly Ann Clardy living in Pickens Co., AL on the 1870 Pickens Co., Census. Her age was given as 42, placing her birth in 1828. My Ann was born abt. 1827.

If there is anyone out there with a copy of the 1870 (& 1860) Pickens Census who would be willing to do a look up for me.
It would be greatly appreciated.


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