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1790 Census: Slave Holders, Other Free Persons and Slaves

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1790 Census: Slave Holders, Other Free Persons and Slaves

1790 Census: Slave Holders, Other Free Persons and Slaves

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Names of people in picture are: Gr. Grandfather Charles G. Hutton standing and leaning on hood of car,(son of Jennie Spaulding and Charles Hutton Sr.) Charles Hutton Sr. died in the 1870's. Woman behind steering wheel is Charles' wife, Lucy Bertha Fallon, large woman in front seat is GrGrGrandmother, Jennie Lynn Spaulding (daughter of Nancy Pelham and Roswell Spaulding) Man standing in front of her is her second husband, William York. Young lady with light hair sitting in back is my Grandmother, Murilla Hutton, sister with dark hair is Vivian Hutton and older woman sitting with them is a sister to Lucy Bertha Fallon, known as Aunti Robinson. Picture taken around 1909.

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Comment by George Geder on September 27, 2010 at 10:05am
Do you have 'Blended Families' or "Multicultural Families" in your ancestry?

Read and share your thoughts at http://bit.ly/9ki5Xl
Comment by Toni Feeney on September 12, 2009 at 11:36am
Tobias Cutler's page of Stratham, Rockingham County, NH has been updated.
Comment by Toni Feeney on September 12, 2009 at 5:39am
Have updated the 1790 Census site with much info on London Dailey of Exeter, NH with info from his Revolutionary Pension records. Also, have found and uploaded http://sites.google.com/site/1790censusotherfreepersons/home/rockingham-county---new-hampshire-1/exeter-maps taken from the book "History of Exeter, NH," by Charles Henry Bell 1888. The maps are cadastral (property owner) maps that were done by Phineas Merrill in 1802. Some of the people of color are located on the maps, but I haven't had a chance to really scrutinize closely.
Comment by Toni Feeney on September 9, 2009 at 12:26pm
That would be great, Michael!! I will send you the excel spreadsheet to your email address and, when it is ready you can send to me to upload to the site. In the meatime I will add you to the site as a collaberator.
Comment by Michael Hait on September 8, 2009 at 6:32pm
Toni - As I mentioned earlier, I would like to volunteer to do the following counties of Maryland - Prince George's, Charles, St. Mary's, Calvert, Anne Arundel. If you need to contact me via email - michael.hait@hotmail.com
Comment by Toni Feeney on August 16, 2009 at 1:29pm
Yes, I guess New Jersey is missing from Ancestry too.

The only explanation I saw was the quote I copy/pasted from the Ancestry site in one of my earlier comments.

Here is a map of the thirteen colonies and their years they were founded.
Comment by Joann H. Nichols on August 16, 2009 at 12:58pm
Isn't New Jersey missing on Ancestry, too?
Comment by Joann H. Nichols on August 16, 2009 at 12:55pm
Did Ancestry say which two are missing and what happened to them? I looked at Ancestry as well and only saw 11 just as you did. No explanation, however.
Comment by Toni Feeney on August 16, 2009 at 12:53pm
The original thirteen colonies were Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Virginia

So don't see Delaware or Georgia listed for the census.gov site and Virginia, Delaware and Georgia are missing from the Ancestry.com site
Comment by Toni Feeney on August 16, 2009 at 12:45pm
You're right, Joann. I just went to Ancestry site and according to them:

"The jurisdiction of the original thirteen states canvassed an area of seventeen present states. Schedules survive for eleven of the thirteen original states: Connecticut, Maine (part of Massachusetts at the time), Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, and Vermont. (Vermont became the fourteenth state early in 1791 and was included in the census schedules)."

So I don't see the Virginia one listed here for Ancestry but it is listed for the census.gov site.
 

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