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1840 Census White Township - Where,? What? Who?
Posted by: nutfarmmoma (ID *****1551) Date: August 13, 2008 at 16:57:51
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Okay the 1840 Census lists residents of "White Township."

Yet records indicate that in 1840 there were only 3 political townships, Osage, Prairie and Van Buren. In the next census White Township is gone. I can't find records of it anywhere else, at least through Google. The 1840 Census also lists Upper Osage Township.

Most of Carroll county at this time was within the Osage - Cherokee 'territory.' Does anyone know what the deal is here?

If my ancestors lived in White Township, does that mean that they were Cherokee like family legend says??


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