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Re: What was going on in 1860 in Crawford Co.?
Posted by: suzlynn (ID *****8526) Date: June 04, 2002 at 05:44:39
In Reply to: What was going on in 1860 in Crawford Co.? by suzlynn of 421

Thanks Bill for your reply. I looked in the library for something to tell me but didn't find anything which is not to say there isn't. I checked "History of Crawford Co" and looked at mortality records which while not extensive did list some with cholora which is what I think may have happened. At the time the 1860 census was taken, were families missed in the census or was there disease in those homes and they were marked somehow so the census recorder did not stop at those homes? Interesting thought just which I knew. While I am not researching Jenkins at this time it is a family line if you would like to contact me. THanks again


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