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1790 & 1800 Frederick County, Maryland

Full text from the Auvil.com website:

"I just started collecting 1790 and 1800 Census data from Frederick. This is what I have so far:

"John Coffman is listed in the l790 Census as heading a household in Frederick county, Maryland. As John "Koffman" he took the required Oath of Fidelity in l778. George (age 26-45) and Henry Coffman (l6-26) both head households in Frederick (town) in the l800 census."

These censuses can be found at the USGenWeb Maryland Census Project for free. USGenWeb projects are 100% volunteer driven, so whatever information exists there are labors of love. You may also find these censuses on Ancestry.com (membership required).

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1840 & 1850 Virginia

Although listed in the Census section, there was no accompanying text on the Auvil.com website.

  

You might find these censuses at the USGenWeb Virginia Project for free. Pick a county or township to go directly to its project website. All USGenWeb projects are 100% volunteer driven, so whatever information exists there are labors of love. You may also find these censuses on Ancestry.com (membership required).

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1850 & 1860 West Virginia

Although listed in the Census section, there was no accompanying text on the Auvil.com website.

    

You might find these censuses at the USGenWeb West Virginia Project for free. Pick a county or township to go directly to its project website. All USGenWeb projects are 100% volunteer driven, so whatever information exists there are labors of love. You may also find these censuses on Ancestry.com (membership required).

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1850 & 1860 Barbour County, West Virginia

On March 3, 1843 the General Assembly of Virginia passed the bill establishing the County of Barbour out of parts of the Counties of Harrison, Lewis and Randolph . The county was named in honor to and in memory of Philip P. Barbour of Virginia.

You can find these censuses at the USGenWeb Barbour County, West Virginia Project for free. So far, the Barbour County 1850 and Barbour County 1860 have been transcribed. All USGenWeb projects are 100% volunteer driven, so whatever information exists there are labors of love. You may also find these censuses on Ancestry.com (membership required).

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1840 Randolph County, Virginia

 

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 Abel, Peter

VA

RANDOLPH CO.

271

1840

 Adams, Daniel

VA

RANDOLPH CO.

259

1840

 Adams, Thomas D.

VA

RANDOLPH CO.

259

1840

 Alexander, Elias

VA

RANDOLPH CO.

253

1840

 Anderson, John

VA

RANDOLPH CO.

245

1840

 Anderson, William

VA

RANDOLPH CO.

245

1840

 Anderson, William

VA

RANDOLPH CO.

246

1840

 Annon, John

VA

RANDOLPH CO.

252

1840

 Annon, John, Jr.

VA

RANDOLPH CO.

256

1840

 Arbagast, John

VA

RANDOLPH CO.

247

1840

 Arbogast, John

VA

RANDOLPH CO.

247

1840

 Arlogast, Moses

VA

RANDOLPH CO.

246

1840

 Ashford, John

VA

RANDOLPH CO.

274

1840

 Auville, Daniel

VA

RANDOLPH CO.

241

1840

 Auville, Lewis

VA

RANDOLPH CO.

244

1840

 Auville, Susannah

VA

RANDOLPH CO.

241

1840

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1860 & 1880 Tucker County, West Virginia

Full text from the Auvil.com website:

1860 census Tucker County-St. George District
father John Auvil 38 PA B July 1821
mother Catherine 38 B Feb 1823
Anamelia 14
William 13
John D 11
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George B 9
Lorenza 7
Ann Eliza 4
Mary S 2
Louis J 1

1880 census 
George B Auvil 29
Melissa 28
Harvey 4
Margaret 2
Charles T 3 mon
Margaret White 51 MIL

Researcher: Mary White Carpenter

 You can find these censuses at the USGenWeb Tucker County, West Virginia Project for free. So far, the Tucker County 1860 have been transcribed. All USGenWeb projects are 100% volunteer driven, so whatever information exists there are labors of love.

The 1880 Federal Census is available online, free of charge. You may search for your ancestors in any available state using the search engines on Family Search or Ancestry.

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