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Re: Rachel SHULER/William Columbus BROWN/Towns Co. GA
Posted by: Carleen Carnivale Date: January 31, 2002 at 12:02:24
In Reply to: Rachel SHULER/William Columbus BROWN/Towns Co. GA by Ronald L. Brown of 809

This is the only Rachel Shuler I found in the 1880 GA census. You can see she is in another HH, and the date is somewhat off. Since she was not their daughter, that might account for the date. Maybe checking the 1870 census of this county would find her.
Carleen
       
Census Place:       Whelchels, Hall, Georgia
       Source:       FHL Film 1254150 National Archives Film T9-0150 Page 154A
       Relation       Sex       Marr       Race       Age       Birthplace



Stephen F. GOWDER       Self       M       M       W       27       GA
       Occ:       Farmer       Fa: GA       Mo: GA
Urilda GOWDER       Wife       F       M       W       21       GA
       Occ:       Keeping House       Fa: GA       Mo: GA
Masurie GOWDER       Dau       F       S       W       10M       GA
                     Fa: GA       Mo: GA
Racheal SHULER       Other       F       S       W       23       GA
       Occ:       Servant       Fa: GA       Mo: GA



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