3 edition of District of Columbia 1870 mortality schedule found in the catalog.
District of Columbia 1870 mortality schedule
Ronald Vern Jackson
by Accelerated Indexing Systems in Bountiful, Utah (1157 E. 1850 S., Bountiful 84010)
Written in English
Bibliography: leaf 
|Statement||editors and compilers, Ronald Vern Jackson, Wylma Winmill, Shirley P. Zachrison.|
|Contributions||Winmill, Wylma., Zachrison, Shirley P.|
|LC Classifications||F193 .J339 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| leaves :|
|Number of Pages||51|
|LC Control Number||81169229|
Arizona Mortality Schedule, (Family History Library book X2a ) Federal mortality census schedules and related indexes: Arizona; (Mohave-Yuma counties); Apache-Yuma counties, (Washington, District of Columbia: National Archives and Records Service, ), [FHL US/CAN Film ]. [edit | edit source] Mortality. District of Columbia Federal Census Records include: , , , , , , , , , , , and Washington D.C. Federal Census records were lost in a warehouse fire with the exception of remnants for 2 districts and the District of Columbia Veterans and Widows Schedules.
This is a list of free Washington DC | District of Columbia Genealogy Records Online at FamilySearch.. Some of these records have a searchable name index, others have browsable images, a few have both an index and images, and some link to individuals in the FamilySearch family tree. Transcription Assignments for District-of-Columbia Mortality Census. To narrow your search results put Last Name first inside quotation marks.
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The schedule lists the deceased name, sex, age, color, widowed or not, place of birth, month of death, occupation, and cause of death. In the parents' birthplace was added. Remember than an index entry is only a reference to more detailed information found in census records themselves.
National Archives and Records Administration Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC Federal Census Records for the District of Columbia Relating to Slavery, – Slavery existed in the District of Columbia when Congress created the Federal territory in from lands formerly held by the slave states of Virginia and Maryland.
Nov 30, · Almost all experienced genealogists have used the census records to find ancestors. However, how many of us have used the Census Mortality Schedules. In fact, I have to wonder how many of us even know what the U.S. Federal Census Mortality Schedules are. And why would we find them to be valuable.
In. For a list of microform and book indexes for the non-population schedules of District of edit source] The District of Columbia often took censuses in the years between the federal censuses. The dates are listed below. · · Merchant Seamen · · · · · · · · Mortality Schedule. Where there is no microfilm publication and the mortality schedule is available in book form only, that is indicated in the individual entry.
If ‘‘manuscript’’ is indicated, the schedule has not been published and is available only at the holding institution) State Alabama Alabama Dept. Of Archives and History. Washington, D. Federal Census Mortality Schedules. Map Guide to the U. Federal Censuses, - Please Note: We are now adding the vital records extracted from federal census records, previously we were only doing the records extracted from the state census records.
U.S., Federal Census Mortality Schedules Index, Included in the,and U.S. censuses were mortality schedules that asked questions regarding those who died in the twelve months prior to the enumeration. This database is an index to several of these schedules. Mortality Schedules extracted from Federal and State Census Records.
Try our genealogy search engine. Mortality schedules are available for the federal census years of,and In the state census, mortality schedules were generally recorded for the years of, and The, and censuses included inquiries about persons who had died in the twelve months immediately preceding the enumeration.
The,and mortality census for Alabama all survived. Mortality schedules list deaths from 1 June through 31 May of –50, –60, –70, –80, and – Georgetown, District of Columbia federal population census (schedule I)and directory of residents of Georgetown Index to the census of Maryland and Washington, D.C.
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georgia georgia federal census index. There is no census for the District of Columbia. Collections of microfilmed census records can be searched at the National Archives and its regional branches (see pages ); the Washingtoniana Division of the Martin Luther King Jr.
Memorial Library (see District of Columbia Archives, Libraries, and Societies); and The Family History. Mortality Schedule. These pages may NOT be reproduced in any format for profit or presentation by other organizations.
Persons or organizations desiring to use this material for non-commercial purposes, MUST obtain the written consent of the contributor. Sep 11, · In the,and U.S. Federal Censuses, everyone who died during the previous 12 months was recorded in the mortality schedules. The only census mortality schedule which FamilySearch has indexed is The mortality schedules contain highly valuable data.
I have found some of my ancestors in the mortality schedules, which has greatly assisted my research. Mortality; Manufacturing; Social Statistics Schedules () Social schedule was added. Covers the 12 months prior to the time the census was taken.
Note: Social statistics (no names included) are available for, and Slave schedules (slave owners) were collected with the population census. (Includes names. on the original mortality schedule images.
Hundreds of counties have been transcribed and and placed online. steinrenovationanddesigngroup.com has sought these transcriptions out and have listed them here. The search box below can be used to perform a search. A more complete fee-based mortality schedules search can be made at steinrenovationanddesigngroup.com at this location.
Washington DC Mortality Schedule Department of Health, District of Columbia Vital Records Daily National Intelligencer Index to Deaths (Source: Heritage Books) ($) Daily National Intelligencer, Washington, District of Columbia Marriages and Deaths Notices (January 1, to December 30, ) (Source: Heritage Books) ($).
The Census Book has 57 Samples and 42 Worksheets, including an Short Form; the Census; and the,and Manufactures Schedules. The book is available as a soft-bound volume; hard-bound volume and PDF eBook. FRPC is currently offering the book (in all forms) at 15% off at the FRPC website. Name index and images of mortality schedules listing inhabitants of the United States who died between June and May This was the first time a mortality schedule was included with the general population census schedule.
Searchable data and browse are available for the following: Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky. Deaths occurring during the year ending June 1,excepting those of persons in the service of the United States, or from wounds or disease acquired in said service.
Towns included in this Mortality Schedule: Amsterdam, Canajoharie, Charlestown, Florida, Glen. US Census Records Mortality Schedules Finding Deceased People in Nonpopulation Census Records For the census years, andnames and some basic details were recorded for some people who died in the year prior to the census being taken (not all states are included).Washington DC Genealogy Books in the Library of Congress.
Washington, DC. The District of Columbia liber reference book: a cross reference guide to instruments filed in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds for the District of Columbia / District of Columbia?] District of Columbia mortality schedule / Bountiful, Utah ( E.