HELP!!! I need to know the 1870 census location/address for Perry ANDERSON & his wife Isabella [BODINE] ........
I have searched 3 different 1870 Texas and Louisiana census indexes (all counties) using every conceivable spelling I can think of and used the "wild card" search using every conceivable miss-spelling I can think of for the first 3 letters of the given name but I still cannot find Perry, his wife, or his unmarried chn Jonathan, William Pinkney, Elizabeth, Amanda, Archie or his "suspected" chn Chane and James Perry Anderson.
Ditto searching in 1880, I cannot find Perry & Isabella's chn
Jonathan or Archie or their "suspected" chn Chane and James Perry Anderson.
These Anderson's must have been left off of the indexes, omitted in the census altogether, or possibly living with some other family and listed under their surname.........?????
Perry Anderson's father (Jonathan "Old Shelby" Anderson), his g/father, and his gg-g/father came to Texas in 1818 so his descendants are eligible to join the DRT & SRT (I'm sure some already have) but they need the PROOF of kinship the 1870 & 1880 census will provide.
These descendants are also eligible to join the DAR & SAR through their Anderson heritage but again they need the PROOF of kinship the 1870 & 1880 census will provide.
Can anyone help me to help them???
Kathye [Payne] Upham
P.S. my "kinnection" - my 3g-grandma was the sister of Jonathan "Old Shelby" Anderson
Related surnames by marriage to these children are:
EDDINS, WILBURN, HENDERSON, TAYLOR, BRITTAIN, LAKEY, LOUT, JACOBS
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