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Guest Heidi C. Huitfeldt

[#16944] Soundex-søk i 1900 US Census

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Guest Heidi C. Huitfeldt

Er det noen som har erfaring med hvor/hvordan man søker i indexen for 1900 US Census?Jeg fant side hvor jeg fikk generere soundex-koder for navn(ene) jeg vil søke etter, men finner ikke ut hvor jeg kan benytte disse.Jeg har ancestry abonnement men finner ikke ut av det der heller.. kan noen hjelpe meg?Heidi C.

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Guest Kathy Bergan Schmidt

There is another subscription (i.e., you have to pay) service that has indexed the 1900 and 1910 US censuses -- genealogy.com. And they are available on Heritage Quest/Proquest subscriptions, which are available at many libraries.So I can access Proquest at many local libraries around here for free. Giving details of who you are looking for would make it possible for whomever has access to genealogy.com or Proquest to do a search.

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Guest Heidi C. Huitfeldt

Thanks for the information, Kathy. The person I'm seeaching for is CHRIS SAXON b. 1847 in Norway. (Aka Christian Saxerson) wife LENA SAXON (b.1856) and children Albert (or Alfred), Edward, Elmer & Myra.I've found them in the 1880 Census in Blooming Prairie, Steel Co. MN, and in 1910 Census in Bellingham, Whatcom Co. WA.If anyone with a genealogy.com subscription could make a search for me, I would be very grateful (and I won't have to subscribe to do this one search ;-).(Soundex codes S250/S225/S262)Heidi

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