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Re: Texas Cowboys James and Land Haney
Posted by: Joan E. Rambo Date: August 18, 2000 at 13:15:17
In Reply to: Re: Texas Cowboys James and Land Haney by Pauline (Pejay Hughes) of 65481

Did you know the Soundex for the 1880 census is unique, in that it only indexed head of households that had children under the age of 10 yrs? Did not have to be their own children, just children. All other Soundexes indexed the head of every household. Also, if you check out the OK 1900 census, be aware it is in 2 parts - the OK Territory, and the Indian Territory, with Soundex for each. Before I got into genealogy, I thought it was all one territory, and the terms were just interchangeable.


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