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Posted by: Stephen Carlile (ID *****4797) Date: March 19, 2004 at 15:35:45
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There are several Passley families listed in the 1870 Jackson Co., KS Federal Census records, Douglass Twp.

Does anyone know whether or not these families should be Pasley, Passley, or Parsley surnames? I am trying to find out whether or not a Penelope Passley family listed in the 1870 Jackson Co., KS census should be Pasley, Passley, Parsley or something else. She is married to W. H. Parsley in 1860.

Their surname looks like it is Parsley in the 1860 California Census, but could be Passley. Both were born in Kentucky, and in 1870 I assume she is widowed as the husband is not listed and she is with children Mary, Margaret and James.

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