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Crabtree in Beaufort 1850 census
Posted by: Tony Fleming (ID *****5038) Date: April 01, 2010 at 18:38:53
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My great-grandfather, Albert P. Crabtree was born in Beaufort County, NC in 1846.

His father was not listed in the 1860 census and the only copy of the 1850 census that I have been able to locate

( http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~jmack/ncbeau/1850349a.htm )

seems poorly transcribed - his mother and sister's names are mangled. His father is listed there, as a Lemmon Crabtree, but I can't trust the transcription. It also suggests he was born in Maine in 1809, but again...

Does anyone know another source for the 1850 census, specifically page 349a?

It would be very, very much appreciated!


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