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Andrew J and Sara Noland family in 1860
Posted by: Marty Bacon (ID *****2682) Date: January 21, 2007 at 10:44:32
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Looking for information on the Andrew (Jackson) Noland and Sarah family. The information on the 1860 census shows them in Carroll County, MS. The listing is: Andrew J Noland age 42 born LA and Sara age 38 born MS with 9 children. The children are Wm. (William?) age 19, R P age 17, Dennis age 15, J R age 14, S (daughter) age 11, E (daughter) age 6, H (listed as Henderson in 1870) age 4, F H (listed as Francis (?) daughter in 1870) and A J (listed as Stephen in 1870) age 5/12 (March 1860. All the children were born MS. Wm is shown as married in the last year but no wife. I did find a Reuben age 28 in 1870 but am not sure this is R P.
With the exception of R P possibly being Reuben in 1870 I cannot find any listing for the older 6 children. The two daughters may have married but I have no information. The 3 youngest children were still at home in 1870. One last question, Sara in 1860 is 38 and in 1870 is 29. It has been mentioned that Andrew was possibly married twice either this is so or the 1860 age is wrong as she is 29 in 1870 and 39 in 1880. Please reply here or directly at mbacon3@cfl.rr.com.
Marty


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