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Re: Where is William C Adams in the 1870 census? Help...
Posted by: Pat Welch (ID *****9091) Date: May 26, 2002 at 10:01:05
In Reply to: Re: Where is William C Adams in the 1870 census? Help... by Hugh of 284

Here are the white Horton families in the index:
Horton, E.B. 10,b. Tx p. 88
Horton, John P. 28,b. Al. p. 88
Horton, S.D. 24, b. Al, p. 62
Horton, Henry P. 31,b. Tx p.70
Horton, Alexr 60, b. N.C. p. 48


I just wonder if some families were skipped. I think my Wyatts and Welch's were there in 1860, but can't find them anywer in 1860. In 1870 they were in San Augustine Co.

Pat


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