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This group was created for anyone interested in knowing what censuses are available around the world. Also when they were written ,what appeared on the censuses, where to get blank census forms, where to find census records, and how to read them.
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Quaker records can provide a wealth of information about our ancestors. Do you have Quaker ancestors? Let's trade information and resources.Photo Paula Hinkel, (c) 2005. Taken in Horsham, Pennsylvania.See More