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1850 Census Pettis Mo. another line
Posted by: Richard Date: December 07, 1999 at 06:32:14
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The following is taken from the Pettis county census of 1850. Other forums have shown land grants to Reuben and William in 1843. However the household of John age 62 has primarily been explored as far as I can tell. Census yr 1850 Dist#68 Reel #M-432-409 Enumerated 20th Sept 1850 by JNO S Brown, lists the following; 38 38 38 Curnutt Ruebin 39 M Wheelwright 250 Tenn, 39 38 38 Curnutt RIW or RJW 32 F NC; 40 38 38 Benjamin F 16 M (an invalid) Mo.; 41 38 38 Elizabeth 13 F Mo. and 42 38 38 Sarah J. 11 f Mo. The numbers in front refer to the line #(person), household #, and Farm #. It is interesting to note that the ages agree to those that my family has recorded. Benjamin Franklin became a school teacher. Elizabeth married William Warren Jackson. Same census, same county. pg0132a.txt 142b 35 461 461 Berry Robert H. 35 M Farmer 500 Mo., 36 461 461 Berry Mary A. 25 F Ky.; 37 461 461 Berry Ann E. 10/12 F Ky.; 38 461 461 Jackson William 10 M Mo. These records show William Jackson in household of Berrys at age ten and in smae county as Elizabeth he would later marry. The Berrys and Curnutts had several marriages amoung the families. Looking for this line of Curnutts to John and Lady Toliver? and info on Berry family to Curnutts and lastly any help with William in Berry household. DOBs Elizabeth 8/26/1836, William Jackson 3/9/1837, Reuben(Reubin) b-1811.


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