1810 Census of Oglethorpe Co., Georgia Capt. McCartey's District
Geo. Farmer M[1-0-0-1-0] F[2-0-1-0-0] Free Colored Slaves  I believe that the infant male of this census is George W. Farmer, and the George W. Farmer for whom I seek both the ancestors for and confirmation of some of the descendants of. Here is the information I have found for 1850:
Some Admissions to the State of Georgia Asylum at Milledgeville, Oglethorpe County Included
Farmer, George W., admitted 28 June 1850.
Records for these people should be on the microfilm at the Dept. of Archives & History Record Group 26-12-29, Dept. Public Health, Medical Case Files In some cases these people may have been "unwanted" and not necessarily ill. George had been in this institution 3 months and 10 days when the 1850 census was recorded below.
Home in 1850 (City,County,State): Division 66, Oglethorpe, Georgia Page: 35 Roll: M432_80 This census was recorded 08 Oct 1850 by W. B. Bright...? [with a handwritten page 69 ]
1850 census, Oglethorpe Co., GA , Page 35A, Lines 15-23 Dwelling 521 Family 522. Farmer: G. W., 42 M W Farmer, $300. Real estate Lunitic; Mary B., 40 F W, GA; William, 18 M W, Farmer, GA; Ethedral, 16 M W, GA, In school; Henry, 12 M W, GA, In school; <1837-1838> James, 10 M W, GA, In school; Martha, 7 F W, GA, In school; Charles, 4 M W, GA; Elizabeth, 3 F W, GA;
If anyone is researching this line of Farmers, your help would be deeply appreciated. I prefer to communicate privately where information is exchanged whenever possible. Please e-mail me if you can help and thank you.
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