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Re: John Farquahars in Leavenworth 1895
Posted by: Arlen Flanagan (ID *****2887) Date: August 10, 2007 at 06:23:46
In Reply to: Re: Farquahars in Leavenworth 1895 by joan crawford of 484

Yes! There is a household probably headed by a John in the Stranger Township group. You need to understand that this index is not an abstract, nor transcription. It only shows heads of households and people whose surnames differ from that of the head. This is a common indexing method. Therefore, there may be other Johns in other households of Farquahars. Also, again, I did not check the indexes of the cities & towns of Lv., Ks. Normally, I would use the indexes' " page and line" data to use my microfilm reader to read my microfilm collection to transcribe these households to a blank 1895 census transcription form


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