1860 U.S. census, Columbus County, North Carolina with slave and mortality schedules

by Jason McLeod Williamson

Publisher: J.M. Williamson in Alexandria, Va. (4606 Kling Dr., Alexandria 22312)

Written in English
Published: Pages: 146 Downloads: 710
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  • Columbus County (N.C.),
  • United States,
  • North Carolina,
  • Columbus County.


  • Registers of births, etc. -- North Carolina -- Columbus County,
  • Columbus County (N.C.) -- Genealogy,
  • Columbus County (N.C.) -- Census, 1860,
  • United States -- Census, 8th, 1860

Edition Notes

Statementcompiled by Jason McLeod Williamson.
LC ClassificationsF262.C6 W534 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 146 p. :
Number of Pages146
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2092448M
LC Control Number88136712

  Book: Brooks County, Georgia, the census of - Edmondson, John A. Reel - Georgia - Appling, Baker, Baldwin, Banks, Berrien, and Bibb Counties) Reel - Georgia - Brooks, Bryan, Bulloch, and Burke Counties) Reel - Georgia - Butts, Calhoun, Camden, Campbell, and Carroll Counties). The United States Census of was the eighth Census conducted in the United States starting June 1, , and lasting five months. It determined the population of the United States to be 31,,, in 33 states and 10 organized territories. This was an increase of percent over , persons enumerated during the total population included 3,, slaves. June 1, - June 1, - June 1, - The schedules are not available for all states and years. Census Mortality Schedules Online. U.S. Federal Census Mortality Schedules at Ancestry (requires payment) includes images of the mortality schedules.

1860 U.S. census, Columbus County, North Carolina with slave and mortality schedules by Jason McLeod Williamson Download PDF EPUB FB2

At best, they provide supporting evidence for a hypothesis derived from other sources. When researching enslaved individuals, the slave schedules are most helpful when used in conjunction with the U.S.

Federal Census, the U.S. Census Mortality Schedules,wills, and probate documents. U.S. Federal Census - Slave Schedules. During the United States Federal Census, enslaved individuals were recorded separately in what were called slave schedules.

This database provides details about those persons, including age, sex, and color, but unfortunately, most schedules omit personal names. U.S. Federal Census Collection. 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. Name index of Slave Scheules from the Eight Census of the United States, Generally, the census only names the slave owner.

Schedules exist for Alabama, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. The images come from NARA microfilm publication M and Federal Census - Mortality Schedules - Slaves Located at USGenWeb Archives: Alleghany Co., NC [Report Broken Link] Federal Census Located at Alleghany Co.

NCGenWeb [Report Broken Link] Federal Census - Agricultural Schedule Located at New River Valley Historical Notes [Report Broken Link] Federal Census - Slave Schedule. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Federal Census (slave schedules) [microform] Item Preview Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center Language English Volume Reel Appling through Butts Counties.

Population of the United States 1860 U.S. censuscompiled from the original returns of the Eighth Census under the Secretary of the Interior.

Analytic introduction discusses the following: Population of the United States, slavery, Indian slavery, manumission of slaves, fugitive slaves, area and density of population, populalation at the military ages, sex, immigration, dwellings, nativities of the. North Carolina: State Click on the buttons in the status column below to view the records or to volunteer to help.

North Carolina Mortality Schedules. North Carolina Mortality Schedules were completed in the federal census records in,and Try our genealogy search engine. Alamance County. Alamance County North Carolina Mortality Schedules. 1860 U.S. census Federal Census - Mortality Schedule Located at Clarendon Co., SCGenWeb [Report Broken Link] Federal Census - Slave Schedule Located at Clarendon Co., SCGenWeb [Report Broken Link] Colleton Co.

Federal Census - Slave Schedule Surname Matches with Census Located at Slaveholders and African Americans [Report Broken Link]. U.S. Federal Census Mortality Schedules, This database is an index to the Mortality Schedules of the United States Federal Censuses for Each of the U.S.

Federal Censuses from included a mortality schedule enumerating the individuals who had died in the year previous to the census year. The last slave schedules were enumerated by County in and includednamed persons holding 3, unnamed slaves, or an average of about ten slaves per holder.

The actual number of slaveholders may be slightly lower because some large holders held slaves in more than one County and would have been counted in each County. Slave schedules were added to the federal census in andbut enumerators were not required to list each slave by name.

Instead, the name of the slave owner appears with only a meager description of each slave—age, sex, and color. Selected U.S. Federal Census Non-Population Schedules, Ancestry South Carolina Census, Ancestry South Carolina, State and Territorial Censuses, Family Search.

The U.S. Census Slave Schedules for Halifax County, North Carolina (NARA microfilm series M, Roll ) reportedly includes a total of 10, slaves. This transcription includes slaveholders who held 20 or more slaves in Halifax County, accounting for 6, slaves, or about % of the County.

- County; Census Day: June 1, Census duration: 5 months. Census Geography. 33 States - New States in Census: Minnesota and Oregon; Territories – Kansas, New Mexico, Nebraska, Utah, Washington, Indian & Unorganized Dakota; Facts. President during census: James Buchanan; census reflects the American.

Ashe County North Carolina Images (hosted at USGenWeb Census Project) Columbus County North Carolina Archives (hosted at USGenWeb Census Project) Index A Index B Index C Index D Index E Index F Index G Index H Index I Index J Index K Index L Index M Index N Index O Index P Index R North Carolina Census Records – Read More».

Reel - North Carolina - Wilkes and Wilson Counties) Reel - North Carolina - Yadkin and Yancey Counties) Reel - North Carolina Slave - Alamance, Alexander, Alleghany, Anson, Ashe, Beaufort, Bertie, Bladen, Brunswick, Buncombe, Burke, and Cabarrus Counties). •,Mortality Schedules •,Union Veterans Schedules • can you show any names NC was a Confederate state Slave Schedules •The first federal census was taken inand all of North Carolina's enumerations have survived except Caswell, Granville, and Orange counties.

Title: Population of the United States in North Carolina Author: U.S. Census Bureau Created Date: 10/22/ PM. Cecil County Charles and Dorchester Counties Frederick County (part) Frederick County (part) Harford County Howard and Kent Counties Montgomery and Prince Georges Counties Queen Annes and St.

Mary's Counties Somerset County Worcester County Talbot County Washington County Slave Schedules. The Seventh Census of the United States: Embracing a statistical view of each of the States and Territories, arranged by counties, towns, etc., under the following divisions with an introduction, embracing the aggregate tables for the United States compared with every previous census since —schedules and laws of Congress relating to the census in the same period—ratio.

Distribution of the slave population in the South, based on census results. Originally published in Courtesy of the Library of Congress. View larger image Francis Bicknell Carpenter's painting, "First Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation by President Lincoln," depicts the Slave Distribution Map in the right corner.

Slave Schedules (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($) Federal Census Columbus County, North Carolina (Source: MyHeritage) ($) Manufacturing Schedule, U. Federal Census Columbus County (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($) Slave Schedule - Irwin County, GA Simpson Co.

Slave Schedule Slave Schedule - Franklin County, NC Slave Schedule - Irwin County, GA Slave Schedule - Jacksonville (Duval Co.), FL U.S. Census - Schedule 1 Slave Inhabitants in Fredericksburg Census: African Americans - Franklin County, NC Census: African.

U.S. census, Columbus County, North Carolina with slave and mortality schedules by Jason McLeod Williamson,J.M. Williamson edition, in EnglishPages: Columbus County Mailing List Columbus County Mailing List Archives: North Carolina State Archives Columbus County Records in the NC State Archives: North Carolina Counties Census Maps - NCGenWeb Project USGenWeb Project WorldGenWeb Project: updated 18 May © Natasha Miles Columbus County, North Carolina, USA.

The following are links to North Carolina counties for the Federal Census. Thanks to the Internet Archive, these are free to access online, and you can also download them as PDF files. Volume Reel – Alamance, Alexander, and Alleghany Counties.

About New York, U.S. Census Mortality Schedules, This database contains an index to individuals enumerated in the U.S. Censuses mortality schedules in New York from Not all information that is recorded on the actual census is included in the index. This microfilm was provided by the Genealogy Center at the Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and sponsored by the Internet Archive.

7th Population census of the United States - Alabama Arkansas California Connecticut Delaware District of. Columbus County, North Carolina was created on Decem from Brunswick County and Bladen county was named for Christopher Columbus (–), navigator, explorer, and one of the first Europeans to explore the Americas.

Columbus County is bordered by Bladen County (north), Pender County (northeast), Brunswick County (southeast), Horry County, South Carolina .Federal Census of Washington County, North Carolina Instructions and Index.

Many thanks to the Washington County Genealogical Society, who provided a copy of the Washington County census, which they transcribed and published. The census year began June 1, and ended J All persons who were living on the 1st day of.U.S.

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