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Re: 1810 and 1820 Wake County Census Equivalents On-line?
Posted by: Lisa Lisson (ID *****5803) Date: October 13, 2009 at 12:22:22
In Reply to: 1810 and 1820 Wake County Census Equivalents On-line? by Ruth Kollman of 1372

I have not found the Wake County tax list online anywhere either. If you look in the original records at the NC Archives, it helps to know about what area they lived in or even the actual district. Within the districts the listings of individuals appear to be alpabetized. At least they were in the district I was searching. Searching the tax records can be tedious, but definitely proved worth the effort. Good luck!


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