I keep a copy of this in my workbook so I can ocate names easier. colonial_handwriting_samples

I keep a copy of this in my workbook so I can ocate names easier. colonial_handwriting_samples

The Genealogist's Address Book is a national Yellow Pages, classified by subject, cross-referenced, and alphabetized. Gives names, addresses, phone numbers, fax numbers, e-mail addresses, web sites, e

Genealogist's Address Book: Elizabeth Petty Bentley: 9780806317960: Masthof: Books

The Genealogist's Address Book is a national Yellow Pages, classified by subject, cross-referenced, and alphabetized. Gives names, addresses, phone numbers, fax numbers, e-mail addresses, web sites, e

Making the most of your autosomal DNA ancestry test requires understanding some simple odds and finding a good way of visualizing how geneti...

Making the most of your autosomal DNA ancestry test requires understanding some simple odds and finding a good way of visualizing how geneti...

Did you know that not all records on Ancestry.com are indexed. Without an index these records will never show up in a search but they could be just the key y...

Did you know that not all records on Ancestry.com are indexed. Without an index these records will never show up in a search but they could be just the key y...

Genealogists often divide the 1800 census records into 1850 and beyond and pre-1850 census records. Beginning with the 1850 census record, all members of the household were named. Census records from 1790-1850 only named the head of the household. Other family members were simply noted with a mark in an age category. So, what’s a genealogist to do?

Genealogists often divide the 1800 census records into 1850 and beyond and pre-1850 census records. Beginning with the 1850 census record, all members of the household were named. Census records from 1790-1850 only named the head of the household. Other family members were simply noted with a mark in an age category. So, what’s a genealogist to do?

Today we are going to talk about the 1800 census records. Like the 1900 census records, the 1800 census records are often a first go-to record.  Back through the 1850 census, each individual of a household is listed.  This is a great for the you as a genealogist.

Back to Genealogy Basics - The 1800 Census Records

Today we are going to talk about the 1800 census records. Like the 1900 census records, the 1800 census records are often a first go-to record. Back through the 1850 census, each individual of a household is listed. This is a great for the you as a genealogist.

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