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1820 Shelby Co., AL Census-Howard Family-Can anyone identify?
Posted by: Nancy Beinhorn (ID *****3329) Date: September 08, 2002 at 01:55:05
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We found Isaac Howard, b. 1795 GA, Samuel Howard with 6 sons, William Howard and Robert Howard listed on the 1820 Shelby Co. AL census. Can anyone identify the 6 sons of Samuel Howard? This might be our line - we have John H. Howard, William Howard, and Robert Howard, brothers, arriving in Nacogdoches Co., TX area in 1833. This William and Robert would be younger than the ones listed on th 1820 AL census. Our Howards listed as being born in GA. We cannot find them anywhere. Isaac Howard, b. 1795 does turn up in Nacogdoches Co., TX so feel this family is related, but HOW? This family has us stumped - if anyone can help identify any of these Howards, it would be a great help.

Thanks,
Nancy in CA
nbeinhor@kings.k12.ca.us


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