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name Cash in the soundex of the 1880 census

Ben LeGrande Cash

name Cash in the soundex of the 1880 census

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Published by Cash in [Albuquerque, N.M .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Cass family.,
    • United States -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementabstracted by Ben LeGrande Cash.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.C34 1900z
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 256 leaves ;
      Number of Pages256
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4940886M
      LC Control Number76368268


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Federal Population Censuses - Part 6 Search Census Records Online See Also: Censuses: Table of Contents Census Records Online Genealogy: Census Records Microfilm Availability and Access Soundex (Phonetic Index) to the Population Schedules.

2, rolls. mm For guidance on the use of Soundex, see General Information. The Soundex lists the census schedule county and name Cash in the soundex of the 1880 census book of all persons with the same surname or code. The census records of, and have been soundexed and other records will be processed in the future.

The soundex (or miracode) indexes only the households with children 10 years of age or younger. Records Images Family Tree Genealogies Catalog Books Wiki.

BACK TO SEARCH RESULTS. PRINT; Catalog Print List (0) Louisiana, federal census: soundex and population schedules. Authors: United States. Bureau of the Census. 10th census, (Main Author) First Name* Please enter a first name.

Last Name* Please enter a last name. Since this is a recent typewritten transcription of handwritten notes I made over ten years ago of the Soundex, which itself is a handwritten transcription of the handwritten federal census records, there is plenty of room for errors for which I cannot be held responsible.

So, please, check the actual census records for the most accurate info. The soundexing of the census began with the census because of a need to see who, in the s, would be coming name Cash in the soundex of the 1880 census book age and needing Social Security.

That is the reason that this Soundex was not of every household in the census, but only of those households with children aged ten or less. The item The Illinois census index: Soundex code the code that was not filmed, Nancy Gubb Frederick represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in The Illinois census index: Soundex code the code that was not filmed, Nancy Gubb Frederick represents a.

For the censuses conducted from toyou can use microfilmed indexes organized under the American Soundex system. The figure shows an example of a Soundex card prepared for the census available on the Internet Archive. The American Soundex system is an indexing method that groups names that are pronounced in a similar [ ].

Numbers for the 7, rolls of Soundex indexes appear in the second half of the book. The Federal Population Census: A Catalog of Microfilm Copies of the Schedules. Washington, D.C., This catalog lists the 1, rolls of microfilm on which the population census schedules appear.

First census to list marital status, street name and house number in addition to the birthplace of people’s parents The New York City area passes the 1 million mark with a population of 1, Thomas Edison files a patent for his electric incandescent lamp on Janu Names index to population schedules listing inhabitants of the United States in This was the tenth census conducted since Genie Jargon.

Soundex is an indexing system based on the phonetic sound of the consonants in the surname. Each name is assigned a letter and three numbers. The letter is always the first letter of the surname. The Miracode for the census uses the same sound system but arranges the resulting lists by the visitation number assigned by the enumerator, rather than page numbers of the census.

Federal Census. Census and Soundex Records - click here. Illinois Federal Census. Census and Soundex Records - click here. Illinois Census Name of each person whose place of abode on Ap was in this family.

Include every. In addition to the indexes published by AISI (see pages ), the and census records have been indexed and published by Lida Flint Harshman.

The Ohio Genealogical Society (see Archives, Libraries, and Societies) has completed an every-name surname index from the original census it has in its possession. The Soundex is a card-index to households in census records from The cards have been microfilmed, and can be found at many libraries or borrowed through a fee-based lending program.

Instead of being arranged alphabetically, the Soundex converts every surname to a number and indexes by the sound of the name. Soundex most often is available as microfilm of the cards on which basic census information was written.

Names with the same code appear together in the Soundex. (Note that the Soundex includes only households with children ages 10 and under.) Code as one digit any double letters, such as tt or rr (Saddler — S), or consonants with the.

The census CDs list the more than 50 million residents of the 38 states and eight territories as of June No federal census was taken in Indian Territory (present-day Oklahoma).

Data transcribed on the CDs includes not only each person’s name, but also his or her relationship to the head of household, age, gender, race, marital. Lists the name of the head of the family only.

First census to list the names of all free persons. First census to name all former slaves: First to identify an individual’s relation to the head of household. All but a few pages of this census were destroyed. The most recent census available. / US Census Soundex.

US Census Soundex. Facebook Pinterest Twitter Email. Primary Sidebar. Items in Your Cart. The workbook is a digital file only and no physical book will be mailed. Please purchase a license for yourself and each person with whom you plan to share the file.

Quantity. Original or microfilm copies of the federal census returns are available at the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives. Several Kentucky indexes to censuses predate those published by AISI.

• Soundex—, State School Census Kentucky infrequently enumerated public school students beginning in Later years of the Pennsylvania Census indexes are often broken down by regions and large cities (e.g.- East, West, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia). The indexes for Pennsylvania census records are available in book format from to "SOUNDEX" The and census records are indexed by a special system known as "Soundex.".

[see the Surname-to-Soundex Converter to obtain the code for your surname] The federal mortality schedules for Pennsylvania, and book indexes forand are in the collection. The mortality schedules list persons who died within one year preceding June 1 of, or Cause of death is frequently recorded.

If you use the “Soundex” code of a surname, you will enhance your chances of actually finding the surname in the census records of the United States. Our SOUNDEX CODE GENERATOR is available free for your use.

1.) Enter the surname for which to generate SOUNDEX code. 2.) Click on the SOUNDEX button. 3.) See the corresponding SOUNDEX code in. Soundex; Soundex; Soundex/Miracode; Soundex; Soundex; Census Comparison Sheets: Census Worksheet; Census Comparisons Sheet; COMPARISON OF THE EDITION WITH THE EDITION OF THE CENSUS BOOK.

Inthe first Census Book was published. Get this from a library. Missouri, federal census: soundex and population schedules. [United States. Bureau of the Census. 10th census, ] -- Two enumerations exist for the city of Saint Louis. One was taken in June, the other in November.

The second enumberation is generally considered the more accurate, however, searching both may. On top of that, the and censuses may be of limited value to some researchers for these reasons: The census is only indexed for households with children under The census was indexed for only 21 states and the most heavily populated states, such as New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts, were omitted.

-- Census indexed in books. -- Census indexed on microfilm (Soundex). The census can be a powerful and flexible tool for genealogists or it can be a quick fix tool pointing the way to other information sources. Sometimes it is worthwhile to dig deep into the census, but at other times it may not be—it depends on the.

A patron has been trying to find a man named Levy Arnett in the census. She did not know how old he would be that year, only that he had had a daughter born in Using the Soundex, she found a year-old head of household named Levy Arnett living in Wilkinson County (EDsh line 29).

Get this from a library. South Carolina federal census: soundex and population schedules. [United States. Bureau of the Census. 10th census, ]. You can see how Cash families moved over time by selecting different census years.

The Cash family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Cash families were found in the USA in In there were 45 Cash families living in Virginia.

This was about 14% of all the recorded Cash's in the USA. SOUNDEX FOR,& To find an individual name among the millions listed in the, (Only 21 States were indexed inNew York not included) or Census records you must use an indexing and filing system known as Soundex.

The Censuses on microfilm are indexed using the Soundex system. Soundex arranges last names based on how a name sounds rather than how it is spelled. Surnames that sound the same, but are spelled differently, like SMITH and SMYTH, have the same Soundex.

This is the first one where the Soundex index is used. But there is an important limitation to the Soundex for the census: it only includes families that included children 10 years old or younger within the household (there are also cards for each child 10 years old or under whose surname is different from that of the head of household).

• The Arkansas History Commission has an excellent collection of compiled and/or published federal censuses and census indexes for most of the state's counties in addition to microfilm copies of all federal censuses for the state. • Soundex—,(Miracode), State Schedules.

The census has a Soundex for all states. However, the census has a Soundex only for households that had children ages 10 and under. If your ancestors were a newly married couple in with no children, or were an older couple whose children were ages 11 and older, you probably will not find them in the Soundex and will need to.

Step 1: Obtain the following information in order to find your ancestor's name in a census index: surname and first name of ancestor, state or territory where your ancestor lived at the time of the census.

Step 2: Identify the Soundex code of your ancestor's surname. Step 3: Obtain the Soundex film, arranged alphabetically by soundex code. New York State - NARA T, films.

The actual census has more information not included in the Soundex such as where a person's parents were born, family income, profession, etc. But a lot can be found out just from the Soundex and will help in locating a particular family and where to locate their census.

The Census Book gives many unknown facts and peculiarities about census records and includes 29 census extraction forms, These forms enable you to copy and track your ancestor's information. Your name here. Customer reviews. out of 5 stars. out of 5. 7 global ratings. 5 star 69% 4 star 0% (0%) 0% Reviews: 7.

The Soundex (a phonetic index on microfilm) for Iowa for, and and scattered ones for other states. Iowa Mortality Schedules for,and taken at the time of the census, listing those who died in the year preceding the actual enumeration. (All four are on microfilm.

( census and later), and the page/sheet needed to find the information again. Remember when you find someone in the Soundex/Miracode ( census and later) that you are looking only at an index card and not the census that potentially contains more information.

Census Day:the first Monday in August;June 1. Census of Hancock County, Tennessee (Andrews & Hansen, ) [surname index]* Census, Hancock County, Tennessee (Sistler, ) [alphabetical by head of household]* Abstracts of Obituaries Published in the Mulberry Gap Association of Missionary Baptists (Cook & Williams) and, Abstracts of Obituaries from the Holston Valley Baptist Association Minutes (Cook, ) [name index].

Information contained in the index includes given name, surname, age, gender, arrival date, port of arrival, port of departure and ship name.

U.S., Census Non-Population Schedules, New York, This database contains U.S. federal non-population schedules from for the state of New York.

All Census & Voter Lists in the Card Catalog. The catalog contains the information on how to use the Soundex Code and film to determine which Census Record you need from to The Soundex is only available for and however, so other sources need to be utilized to determine where ancestors resided from the to Federal s: 3.The Census Bureau then hired hundreds of clerks under the WPA (Works Progress Administration) during WWII to index the census records using the Rand Corporations "Soundex" system.

The Age Search Group's need to determine the age of a Social Security applicant caused the census to be indexed only for households with children 10 or under.