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Subject: Website's complete & I can do look-ups in 1880 US census. Read Carefully!
Date: Thu, 20 Jun 2002 00:57:30 EDT
My website finally has my family info on it. Just click on the surnames
there and you will be taken to the proper page. Also, I added many many more
links, and guess what. They're organized!
I'm willing to do look ups in the 1880 US census. In order to be able to
answer everyone's requests in a timely and organized manner, please follow
these guidelines. Otherwise I may not be able to handle your request.
First and foremost, email me privately off of the list with "1880 Census
Look-up" in the subject of your email if you don't want my response posted to
the list. Particularly since I click on the reply button out of habit.
Unless the name is very uncommon, please supply the following..
1. A first and last name. In other words, "Please give me all the SMITHs in
New York" is something I can't help you with.
2. The state that the person was born in.
3. The state and possibly the city where the person would have been
enumerated in 1880. In other words, "Please look up all John SMITHs. I
don't know what state you would find him in." is something else I can't help
3. An approximate year of birth. The more precise the better. The census
index allows for up to a 5 year difference.
Surnames I am researching are:
COLEMAN, HARLING and EAVES from Lancashire, England to Phila.,PA
KIRCHER, WEIKEL and RITTER/RUTTER from Germany
BAIRD and JORDAN from Ireland
CRISTALDI from Italy
Any variations? That's ok. I've seen a few.
Other names in my family are...
CRUMLEY, HARVEY, MARKER, STEIN, STOLLEY, TITTERMARY...
I piece together the past so my children won't be as confused as