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Eliot, of Harvard University, to Ellen D. Bellei Saenz v. Louisiana Lochner v. Henry Lawrence Sheldon, U. Source: St Louis Post Dispatch Matthew's Church, Jersey City, on Wednesday 21st inst. Laicized at some point, living in Florida.
Colorado Historic Newspaper Collection. This collection includes more than , digitized pages from Colorado newspapers published from - Connecticut Archives - Indexes to probates records, military records, divorces, court records, etc. Connecticut Death Records Index - Search on a last name then browse the alphabetical list.
Connecticut Death Index - Various Connecticut Births - Connecticut Marriage Index - Various Connecticut Marriages - Connecticut Divorce Index - Early Connecticut Marriages. Jane Devlin and her colleagues have transcribed thousands of vital records, cemetery records, and church records from various sources across the state of Connecticut. An alphabetical index to all Connecticut probate records - is available on 67 rolls of microfilm from the Family History Library.
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Women were asked questions about number of marriages, age at first marriage and number of children. Questions asked in the census include: Location. Raymond. Marriage (E. Sherman). 10/26/ Ackerson. S. Loraine .. Marriage (H. Wilsey). 04/23/ Baker. Edward. Marriage (L. Found) 04/27/ Guadagno. Carolina. Marriage (F. Ferrari). 03/03/ .. Milford. Marriage (L. Lowley). 05/27/ Harper. Albert. Marriage (M. Pfender).
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Click the "Florida Death Certificates " link and scroll down. Click the camera for the microfilm of interest. Browse the images to find the certificate number. If a volume number is indicated in addition to the certificate number, make sure you are browsing images in the correct volume on the microfilm. Various Florida Births - Various Florida Marriages - Florida Divorce Index - Volusia Co.
Georgia Death Certificates - Georgia Death Index - Various Georgia Marriages - Georgia Marriage Records. Browse the microfilms of marriage records for dozens of Georgia counties. Scroll down and choose a county from the drop-down menu and click the Search button. Select the desired range of years. Baldwin Co. Berrien Co. Bulloch Co. Marriages - Elbert Co. County Records - Haralson Co. Marriages Will Abstracts - Taylor Co. Idaho Death Index - Idaho Death Certificates - Various Idaho Deaths and Burials - Idaho Birth Index - Every Soundex code consists of a letter and three numbers, such as S The letter is always the first letter of the surname, whether it is a vowel or a consonant.
Disregard the remaining vowels and W, Y, and H and assign numbers to the next three consonants of the surname according to the Soundex coding guide. If there are not three consonants following the initial letter, use zeros to fill out the three-digit code. Most surnames can be coded using the Soundex coding guide. Names with prefixes, double letters, or letters side by side that have the same number of the Soundex coding system are described below. If the surname has a prefix, such as van, Von, De, Di, or Le, code it both with and without the prefix because it might be listed under either code.
The surname vanDevanter, for example, could be V or D If the surname has any double letters, they should be treated as one letter.
Thus, in the surname Lloyd, the second L should be crossed out, in the surname Gutierrez, the second R should be crossed out. These letters should be treated as one letter.
Thus in the name Pfister, F should be crossed out; in the name Jackson, K and S should be crossed out. The EDs and visitation numbers, however, remain in the correct numerical order. If you initially cannot find a person listed, the card may be out of order. If the person is not where he or she is listed to be, it may be necessary to read the entire page of the schedule, the entire enumeration district, or the entire county. In that case, it may be necessary to read the entire county.
Census schedules are arranged by state or territory, thereunder by county, and beginning in by enumeration district ED. EDs were the areas that an enumerator covered in taking the census. To consult the schedules for a particular town, a minor civil division or geographical area, or a ward of a large city, one must know the enumeration district. National Archives Microfilm Publication T describes ED boundaries as they were in ; present-day boundaries may not be the same. Rolls of Descriptions of Census Enumeration Districts, and T identify the enumeration district number assigned within the state, county, and city for the census.
The descriptions are arranged alphabetically by state and thereunder by supervisor's district, which is a large geographic area that covers several counties. The descriptions are then arranged by county and thereunder by township or city. The ED is listed on the left-hand side of the page.
Below are examples from T The Bureau of the Census produced enumeration district maps for many counties, cities, and towns. Those available for the census are listed below. The prices vary with the size of the map. Counties: none Townships and Cities: Wilmington. Johns, St. Counties: none Townships and Cities: Honolulu.
John the Baptist, St. Landry, St. Mary, St. Moylan, J. Huntington, D. Quincy, to Helen Frances, daughter of Hon. Judge Huntington.
George's Church, by the Rev. Tyng, Abm. Cozzen, to Antoinette Robinson, daughter of Eli Kelley, esq. Driscol, S. Jaffray, Esq. Beales, M. Bowden, Rector of St. Stevens, M.
Clark, Gilbert R. Fleming and Mrs. Pegram, daughter of the late Oliver H. Marie, of this city, to Virginia R. Parker, of Burlington, N. Jesse D. Bright, of Indiana. Paul's Church, on Tuesday, March 1st, by the Rev. Ogilby, Mr. Isaac Bronson, to Hariette Whitney, daughter of J. Phillips Phoenix, Esq. Phillips D. Jaudon, and grand daughter of the late Commodore Wm.
Bainbridge, U. Anthon, Samuel W. Johnson, to Frances Ann, daughter of Edward F. Sanderson, all of this city. John R. Livingston, Lewis O. Southmayd, to Emily G.