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Re: What happened to WAKE County on the 1810 and 1820 Census
Posted by: Lewis Bowker (ID *****4143) Date: September 06, 2002 at 19:34:25
In Reply to: Re: What happened to WAKE County on the 1810 and 1820 Census by Phyllis Mistrot of 1372

Hello,

Thanks for responding to my post. Is there any way one can look at that tax list from 1819 on the internet or does one need to go to Wake County itself to look at it? Thanks for clearing this up, it has been rather frustrating not being able to look at the Wake County census for 1810 and 1820. My John Henry Davis was born in Wake County in 1804 so I was hoping to look at the Davis's on the 1810 census to see how many of them had a 6 year old male. I was thinking that ancestry.com had messed up and that I would have to go down to the archives in DC to look at the census there. But this clears things up and saves me a trip, at least to DC. Thanks again for responding with that information!


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