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1860 census districts
Posted by: Ernest Green (ID *****9364) Date: January 14, 2003 at 14:38:34
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In 1850, 1870, 1880. there was a census district called New Light. I could not find this district in the 1860 census. Does anyine know what it was called in 1860. I saw Northeastern and Northwestern. The New Light district was next to Southeastern Granville County. If it was incorporated in another district, does anyone know why it was done for just one year. Thanks kegreen@evansville.net


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