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Re: 1870 Census and Polly Ann Clardy
Posted by: melba bonner (ID *****6107) Date: September 06, 2003 at 07:39:01
In Reply to: 1870 Census and Polly Ann Clardy by Jim Clark of 947

In the 1870 census of Pickens Co. Alabama, Bosticks Precinct, Carrollton
#66 Clardy Samuel 51 or 57 M W Farmer 1000 1000 Alabama
Polly Ann 42 F W Keeping House
John 19 M W Farm Hand
Jane 17 F W
Benjamin 15 M W
Willis 13 M W
Ninnie 10 F W
Family in # 65 Charlotte Williams
Family # 67 Byrd Clardy

1860
#965 Samuel Clardy 38
Mary A. 34
Susan E. 11
Josea John 9
Jane 7
Benjamin F 5
Willis 2
Elizabeth 70 Domestic
No sign of Polly in 1860
Hope this helps. Melba


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