2 edition of Daviess County, Missouri, slave schedules for 1850 & 1860 (plus index) found in the catalog.
Daviess County, Missouri, slave schedules for 1850 & 1860 (plus index)
Mary Inglis Sims
|Statement||copied from microfilm of original by Mary Inglis Sims.|
|LC Classifications||F472.D25 S555 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||12 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||12|
|LC Control Number||85221161|
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Missouri Records - Daviess County Contents. Census Page & Census - Page Marriage Records Mortality Schedule Judges & Sheriff - Ellis Cemetery Death Records. slave owners owned large plantations in the county worked by slave labor. Sometimes they owned one slave, just as they owned one horse, to help with the work on a small farm. Some of the well known slave owners of the county were the Terrill and Hershberger families of Breckenridge Township, James Paxton and Rev. Eli. Audrain County, Missouri was created on Decem from Callaway County, Monroe County, Ralls County and part of the Platte county was named in honor of U.S. Senator David Rice Atchison (), a Democrat from Missouri. Audrain County is bordered by Monroe County (north), Ralls County (northeast), Pike County (east), Montgomery County (southeast), Callaway County. Daviess County is a county located in the U.S. state of of the census, the population was 8, Its county seat is Gallatin. The county was organized Decem , from Ray County and named for Major Joseph Hamilton Daveiss, a soldier from Kentucky who was killed in at the Battle of Tippecanoe.. The county includes the town of Jamesport, Congressional district: 6th.
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There are 77 slaveowners in theall but 2 listed as heads of household. Images of the slave slave schedules for 1850 & 1860 book are also available on the Mackley website. United States Census (Slave Schedule), Daviess County (Source: FamilySearch) United States Census, Daviess County (Source: FamilySearch) Slave Schedules (Source: Explore Ancestry slave schedules for 1850 & 1860 book free) ($) Federal Census Daviess County, Missouri (Source: MyHeritage) ($) U.S.
Federal Census - Slave Schedules During the United States Federal Census, enslaved individuals were recorded separately in what were called slave schedules.
This database provides details about those persons, including age, sex, and color, but unfortunately, most schedules omit personal names. Slave Schedules Daviess County (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($) Slave Schedules (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($) Daviess County (Source: Sankofagen Wiki) United States Census (Slave Schedule), Daviess County (Source: FamilySearch) Societies.
Daviess County Historical Society. A web site for genealogy having missouri census images,missouri obituaries,county probate court records,birth and death records,school records,missouri family genealogy,old county photos from the farmington public library.
Included in the,and censuses were questions regarding those who died in the twelve months prior to the enumeration. They list persons who died between 1 June and 31 May of the year prior to the census. DAVIESS COUNTY, MISSOURI CENSUS COMPLETE DETAILS AND SURNAMES Audrey L.
Woodruff and Nadine Hodges 65 Pages, Soft Cover, "x11", Reprinted MO-MZ92, $ DAVIESS COUNTY, MISSOURI RECORDS COMPLETE INFORMATION & SURNAME INDEX 64 Pages, Full Name Index, Soft Cover, Reprinted Town Lots, Residents in.
Missouri Slaves Aged Years or Older Slave Schedule copied from RootsWeb on 01/06/, COUNTY SUBDIVISION NARA PAGE HOLDER SURNAME HOLDER FIRST SLAVE NAME AGE GENDER COLOR REMARKS Callaway Cedar 88 Zumwalt Matilda none f b [two slaves total] Callaway Cedar 88 Zumwalt Matilda none m b File Size: KB.
The History and Genealogy of Callaway County, Missouri The following list is taken from the Federal Census Slave Schedules for Missouri and list the total number of slaveholders, the total number of slaves, and the percent of total found in each county of the state during that census year.
Little Dixie Area Map. Slave names are NOT listed in The slave schedule adds a column for the number of slave houses on the property. Also, census enumerators were instructed to include the names of slaves who were years old or older.
Only about half of those over actually included names. A list of the 43 slaves in Missouri who were years old or older was compiled by.
Benton County Missouri (hosted at USGenWeb Census Project) Index A-B Index C-D Index E-G Index H-J Index K-M Index N-R Index S Index T-Z Notes File 1 File 2 File 3 File 4 File 5 File 6 File 7 File 8 File 9 File 10 File 11 File 12 File 13 File 14 File Missouri Census Records – Read More».
Find books by county. This is a collection of Missouri County plat books published by W.W. Hixson & Co. Although the exact year of publication is unclear, the volumes are estimated to be from the late s to early s.
The plat books in this collection are held in the Special Collections Department at Ellis Library at the University of. Federal Census - Slave Schedule - Cote Sans Dessein Twp.
Located at Callaway County Missouri Journal [Report Broken Link] Federal Census - Slave Schedule - Liberty Twp. Located at Callaway County Missouri Journal [Report Broken Link] Federal Census - Slave Schedule - Round Prairie Twp. Located at Callaway County Missouri Journal.
Dodge County, Missouri Federal Census Index County lost terr. when the Iowa border was established; Discontinued in ; Remaining MO terr. was added to Putnam Co. Year: Roll: ED's: Images: Transcription Status: Transcriber: M Slave: M Name index and images of slave schedules listing slave owners and only age, gender and color data of the slaves in cesus states or territories in This was the first time that slave infomation was captured as a separate schedule.
Indexed data and browse are available for the following: Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky. Davies County, Missouri was created on Decem from Ray county was named in honor of Joseph Hamilton Daviess (), commanded the Dragoons of the Indiana Militia at the Battle of Tippecanoe.
Davies County is bordered by Harrison County (north), Grundy County (northeast), Livingston County (southeast), Caldwell County (south), DeKalb County (west), Gentry County.
DAVIESS COUNTY, MISSOURI CENSUS Audrey L. Woodruff and Nadine Hodges 65 Pages, Soft Cover, "x11", Reprinted. Davies County [email protected] T+ Search For Your Ancestors.Slave schedules were added to the federal census in download pdfbut enumerators were not required to list each slave by name.
Instead, the name of the slave owner appears with only a meager description of each slave—age, sex, and color. Columns also list the number of fugitive and manumitted slaves, as well as a column that identifies.DAVIESS DE KALB 65 DENT DOUGLAS ebook Slavery's Echoes: Interviews with Former Missouri Slaves Slaves in Missouri by County.
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