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June 5, 2000

CENSUS IMAGES ONLINE IN THE USGENWEB ARCHIVES:Table of Contents

NEW ADDITIONS:

GEORGIA

  • 1900 Walton County

    Volunteers needed to index each county census from the online images. For more information on volunteering in this worthy enterprise, contact cen_img@yahoo.com. Please visit the USGenWeb Archives Census Project if you are interested in transcribing any county of any state census.

    USGenWeb Archives Census Project
    Census Additions/Updates

    OTHER USGENWEB ARCHIVES SUBMISSIONS THIS LAST WEEK:

    ALABAMA
    Clarke County

  • Henley Cemetery

    Crenshaw County

  • Obituary of Espy H. Brunson
  • Obituary of Isaac Joel Brunson

    Shelby County

  • Probate Estate Files Index, 1818-1915

    COLORADO
    Baca County

  • The first Baca data uploaded!! Gail Brown donated transcriptions of the Campo, Konantz, Springfield and Stonington cemeteries.

    Eagle County

  • Kathy Heicher donated a clipping with John Clark and Oscar Meyer bios.

    Fremont County

  • Mary Ann donated a transcription of the headstones in the Burnett Family Cemetery and the Upper Beaver Creek Cemetery.

    Garfield County

  • Andrew Cockroft donated a J.A. Martin Obit.

    Larimer County

  • Marta Norton donated a newspaper clipping with the casualty list from the 1976 Big Tompson River flood.

    Las Animas County

  • The Pikes Peak Genealogical Society donated a transcription of the 1972 book listing burials in the Knights of Pythias Cemetery, Aguilar.

    Routt County

  • Andrew Cockroft donated three Bennett family obits.

    New Tombstone Photo Project uploads:

  • Belleview Cemetery, Westminster, Adams County (Dennis Bailey only has a dozen stones to go to finish this cemetery!)
  • Pleasant Plains Cemetery, Elbert County
  • (All of the Fremont County photos this month were taken by Mary Ann Thomas!!!)
    —— Burnett Family Cemetery
    —— Haynor Family Plot, Portland
    —— Holy Cross Abbey, Canon City
    —— Lakeside Cemetery, Canon City
    —— Lower Beaver Creek Cemetery, Penrose
    —— Mountain Vale Memory Garden, Canon City
    —— San Juan Bautista, Florence
    —— Skyline Drive West Cemetery, Canon City
    —— Union Highland Cemetery, Florence
    —— Upper Beaver Cemetery
  • Rose Hill Cemetery, Rifle, Garfield County
  • Central City Cemetery, Gilpin County
  • IOOF Cemetery, Central City, Gilpin County
  • Knights of Pythias Cemetery, Central City, Gilpin County
  • Creede Cemetery, Mineral County (All of Ed Johnson's photos have been uploaded.)
  • Pagoda Cemetey, Routt County
  • Mount Pisgah Cemetery, Cripple Creek, Teller County

    DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

  • Alfred Hunter's 1853 "The Washington and Georgetown Directory, Strangers' Guidebook for Washington, and Congressional and Clerks' Register" (This is only the directory part -- about 12,000 names)
    Surnames: Abbot-Davidson
    Surnames: Davis-Johnson
    Surnames: Johnson-Rhodes
    Surnames: Rhodier-Zimmerman

  • A Belle of the Fifties, Memoirs of Mrs. CLAY, of Alabama, Covering Social and Political Life in Washington and the South, 1853-66
    A Belle of the Fifties, Part 1
    A Belle of the Fifties, Part 2
    A Belle of the Fifties, Part 3
    A Belle of the Fifties, Part 4
    A Belle of the Fifties, Part 5
    A Belle of the Fifties, Part 6
    A Belle of the Fifties, Part 7

  • Personal Memoir of Daniel DRAYTON - for four years and four months a prisoner in Washington Jail. 1854.
    Memoir Part 1 —— Memoir Part 2

    ILLINOIS
    Edgar County
    Civil War Histories and Rosters:

  • 12th Ill. Infantry
  • 21st Ill Infantry
  • 25th Ill. Infantry
  • 29th Illinois Infantry
  • 54th Illinois Infantry
  • 59th Illinois Infantry
  • 62nd Illinois Infantry
  • 150th Illinois Infantry

    Directory Listings from the 1879 "History of Edgar County...":

  • Chrisman Directory Listings
  • Dudley Directory Listings
  • Grand View Directory Listings
  • Huffmansville Directory Listings
  • Kansas Directory Listings
  • Paris Directory Listings
  • Sandford Directory Listings
  • Scotland Directory Listings
  • Vermilion Directory Listings
  • Miscellaneous Directory Listings

    Tax Rolls circa 1878:

  • Grand View Township Tax Roll circa 1878
  • Paris Township Tax Roll, circa 1878
  • Kansas Township Tax Roll, circa 1878
  • Ross Township Tax Roll, circa 1878
  • Stratton Township Tax Roll circa 1878
  • Young America Township Tax Roll circa 1878

    Obituaries Added
    A-G Surnames H-M Surnames
    N-R Surnames S-Z Surnames

    OHIO
    Cuyahoga County

  • Probate Court Record of Deaths Volume 3, page 93 (1885-1886)

    Lake County
    Obituaries for Perry Township

  • Mrs. Jessie Briggs
  • John Crawford
  • Morgan L. Crosby
  • Fred Davis
  • Lela J. & Freelove A. Davis
  • Baby Ebersole
  • Mrs. Bessie Stinchcomb
  • Mrs. T. E. Stinchcomb

    Portage County

  • German Reformed Church Cemetery

    OREGON
    The 1850 Federal Census of Benton County, Oregon Territory has been completed in the USGenweb Census Project and placed online in the ORGenweb Archives. This work is a complete and accurate transcription of the original census record, transcribed by Ila Wakley and proofread by Sonya Bridges. This same team is currently well on the way toward completion of the same work for Clackamas, Marion, Polk, & Yamhill Counties in the same census year. Congratulations to Ila and Sonya on their excellent work, which will benefit generations of genealogists and historians.

    Thank you,
    Kevin Fraley
    Oregon State Coordinator, USGenweb Census Project

    Marion County

  • St. Louis Cemetery

    WASHINGTON
    The evening before Memorial Day, we placed online two pages (the list was too large for one) for King County Cemeteries, including all known names and exact locations of all past and present burial places in the county. One page is strictly cemeteries within the city limits of Seattle, the other is of cemeteries in King County outside the city limits of Seattle. Researchers are urged to check both pages.

  • City of Seattle Cemeteries
  • King County Cemeteries

    In addition, we have placed a number of new cemeteries online since the weekend, including nine for Snohomish County, one for Adams County, and two for King County. Please check these out.

    Thank you,
    Kevin Fraley
    Director, Washington Cemetery Project, USGW