Sunday, September 18, 2011

Census Sunday: Great-Greats, Part 5

My great-great-grandparents in the 1860 US Census.  Of the sixteen, only five were known to be alive (not counting the four who were still in Italy):

Heman Doyle Shinn
John R. Shinn Family
1860 US Census
Elkhorn, San Joaquin, California
Heman was six and with his family on their farm in San Joaquin Co., California.

1860 US Census, San Joaquin County, California, population schedule, Elkhorn, p. 979, dwelling 788, family 801, John R. Shinn (Head); digital images, Ancestry.com (ancestry.com : accessed 9 August 2011); NARA microfilm publication M652, roll 64.





Emma Sophia Tock
I cannot find Emma in either the 1860 US or 1861 Canadian census records.  She would have been a year old in either Calais, Washington, Maine or St. Stephen, Charlotte, New Brunswick.

John William Berger
Michael Henry Barger Family
1860 US Census
German Twp., Marshall, Indiana
John was eighteen and the only child still at home with his parents.  He was working on the family farm in Marshall Co., Indiana.

1860 US Census, Marshall County, Indiana, population schedule, German Township, p. 514, dwelling 548, family 570, Michael Barger (head); digital images, Ancestry.com (ancestry.com : accessed 6 September 2011); NARA microfilm publication M653, roll 278.




Susanna vonAllmen
Christian vonAllmen Family
1860 US Census
Evansville, Vanderburgh, Indiana
Susanna was eleven (but enumerated as ten) and with her family in Pigeon Township, an area of Evansville, Vanderburgh, Indiana.  Susanna and her younger brother had attended school within the year but her brother Isaac (age nine) was working in the cigar industry and her sisters, Mary (eighteen) and Margaret (fourteen) were seamstresses.  Her father was working in the shoe industry.

1860 US Census, Vanderburgh County, Indiana, population schedule, Evansville, p. 632, dwelling 1756, family 1852, Christ Ollman (head); digital images, Ancestry.com (ancestry.com : accessed 6 September 2011); NARA microfilm publication M653, roll 302.

George Washington Wellons
John Wellons Family
1860 US Census
Richland, Warren, Iowa
George was eleven and with his (very large) family on their farm in Warren County, Iowa.  While George and his two older brothers are marked as attending school within the year, his two younger brothers (ages nine and seven) are not.

1860 US Census, Warren County, Iowa, population schedule, Richland, p. 757, dwelling 677, family 633, John Wellons (head); digital images, Ancestry.com (ancestry.com : accessed 6 September 2011); NARA microfilm publication M653, roll 341.

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