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Re: CENSUS RECORDS, ST. MARY'S, PA-1892-1900
Posted by: Karen Portzer (ID *****1937) Date: April 14, 2004 at 20:54:08
In Reply to: CENSUS RECORDS, ST. MARY'S, PA-1892-1900 by Pat Burdick of 374

I looked on Heritage Quest for the 1900 census. There were two Burdick, Loren and Michael in Elk County. I didn't find Jandricic.

To find Heritage Quest free of charge, I would check your local library website, look for databases and see if they subscribe to Heritage Quest. All you need is your library card number to access it from home.

The census occurred every ten years, such as 1900, 1910, 1920. It began in 1790 and the most recent one available would be 1930. The have a 72 year statute of limitation before they can become public. What a night it was April 1, 2003.....searching the Elk County microfilm reel at midnight at the archives.

Your best bet would be to visit or write the St Marys and Benzinger Historical Society in St. Marys. They have one of the best collections of useful information as well as helpful volunteers. They have files of obituaries by surname. I think copies are 25 cents each.


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