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Re: 1870 census
Posted by: Pat (ID *****5597) Date: April 15, 2007 at 15:53:29
In Reply to: Re: 1870 census by Pamela Winkelman of 2270

The Westmoreland census was taken on Sept. 2, 1870. Patrick could have been home for a visit from Chicago. As for Helen/Ella, I had a gggrandmother who was alternately Ellen, Nellie & Hellen in different census years! She`s officially Eleanor in the family records, though.

I just noticed on the 1870 census that on the page after the younger "Gearney" children, pg. 291, written # 68, there is a John Tearney, age 73, b. Ireland, a farm laborer. He`s on line 34. I looked at that page because I thought the number 291 was familiar. My Andrew Bell family is on that page;they are family # 544, & this John Tearney is # 547. Could this John be your Patrick`s father?

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