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Re: Lunsford W. and Mary Ann Simmons-Scott census 1830 N.C.
Posted by: Barbara Allen (ID *****0448) Date: June 14, 2005 at 05:56:54
In Reply to: Lunsford W. and Mary Ann Simmons-Scott census 1830 N.C. by THOMAS DAVID RICHARDSON of 1372

1830 Census, North Carolina, Halifax, Regiment 2

Lumsford W Scott
1 Male 20-30
1 Female Under 5
1 Female 20-30

I would suggest that you ask the person who told you that a child was born in Wake County where they got that information. It probably comes from some record of the child at a later age stating where he or she was born, or maybe a bible record. There were no birth records prior to 1913 in North Carolina, so any record of a birth would be in an indirect record.

Hope this helps,
Barbara Allen


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