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Re: Rev. John Campbell NC>SC>GA>MS d. 1826
Posted by: Luanne Sterling Mank Date: January 15, 2001 at 05:55:34
In Reply to: Re: Rev. John Campbell NC>SC>GA>MS d. 1826 by Barbara Galbreath of 419

Barbara,

The library in Gloster, Mississippi has a
TYPED copy of the 1810 Amite County Census. I was told it was a Federal Census. Though MS wasn't a state in 1810, it was part of the Federally owned Louisiana Territory. The best way to check is to go to an LDS Family History Center near you and look it up in their book. It will be listed under 1810 Census then look up the states you are interested in (LA & MS). If they aren't there, then it wasn't a Federal Census.

Most state libraries and large public and/or
university libraries have all of the Census'.
Call around to the libraries in your area
to see what is available to you. I live in
Texas and the state library in Austin has
them. The Mississippi State Library in Jackson probably has them.


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