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Re: Ask me to do 1880 census look-ups-QUINNEY
Posted by: Barb Caudle (ID *****1247) Date: April 28, 2002 at 13:23:43
In Reply to: Re: Ask me to do 1880 census look-ups-QUINNEY by Liz Farthing of 65444

This probably eliminates the AL guy.
1880        Census Place:       Spring Hill, Marengo, Alabama
       Source:       FHL Film 1254023 National Archives Film T9-0023 Page 745D
       Relation       Sex       Marr       Race       Age       Birthplace
George D. WESTERFELT Self M       M       W       41       NY
       Occ:       Blacksmith       Fa: KY       Mo: SC
Sarah J. WESTERFELT Wife F       M       W       40       AL
       Occ:       Keeping House       Fa: AL       Mo: AL
Mary E. WESTERFELT Dau       F       S       W       10       AL
                     Fa: NY       Mo: AL
James R. HENRIE       Other       M       S       W       28       TN
       Occ: Works In Blacksmith Shop       Fa: TN       Mo: TN
J. S. QUINNEY       BroL       M       S       W       32       AL
       Occ:       Farmer       Fa: AL       Mo: AL
I looked for Guinney, Tuinney, and Quinney in AL and TX. If they are unlucky enough to be in Oklahoma, there is no census for it. "Oklahoma did not exist in 1880. The area that comprises present-day Oklahoma was Indian Territory. There was an enumeration of Indian Territory, but the returns did not survive and are not part of the 1880 census."

I guess I'm stuck.

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