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The 1847 census list on the Marion County site has stars by the names of all those who are also listed in Marion County in 1850. As I hope you've noticed, I posted the 1850 census records that correspond to those starred names. However, I have reason to believe that there should be stars by other names.
If you think that's true for an ancestor of yours, please send me an email with the surname included. If it's a common name, e.g., John Jones, it would be helpful if you could include more information, e.g., a birth date or place.
I hope to post the 1850 census information for these individuals.
Greta, Marion County Coordinator
Okay, so you need to check the funeral homes and cemetery info on these
people at Knoxville and wherever so you have decent info related to
their death info. Who submitted their obit info? Okay, then, you will
get the submitter info for their death wherever and you will find alot
of info on the application.
Remember, a person can die some where and be buried somewhere else.....
And, remember that someone had to fill out the application on this
person. Locate the application and you have the info you need.
Could be anywhere surrounding Knoxville.
Could even be a different county, rather than a different township.
Check all churches and funeral homes in all towns to find if they have
the application you need.
Hello, Marion County researchers!
Last night I added selected households from the 1850 Marion County census to the IAGenWeb page http://www.rootsweb.com/~iamarion/. These are the households that were listed in the 1847 Special Census, but unlike that census, this one includes every name in each household. Please be aware of the following:
The link takes you to the Surnames A-C, and from there you can click on links to D-I, J-R, and S-Z. All four of the files link to the other three.
Don't worry about variations in spelling or other differences from information you have. Spelling wasn't standardized in 1850, people lied about their ages, and whoever reported the data may have thought Mom was born in Tennessee, even if she was really born in Kentucky. Look for overall consistency with other information you have.
I did not include families who were clearly related to the 1847/1850 households (e.g., children who had set up their own households between 1847 and 1850) so this is not a comprehensive listing of all family members living in the county.
In a few cases, I'm not sure whether the 1850 family is indeed the same as the 1847 family. When I could verify it, I did. Otherwise, I made a "best guess" decision. There were also a couple of people I could not find in the 1850 census, even though they were "starred" names in the 1847 census. If you have information that could correct what I did, please let me know.
Finally, if you spot typos or dead links or other problems, email me, and I'll do my best to correct them.
Happy ancestor hunting,
Seeking an obituary or information on Robert Joseph Carle, b. 15 Nov 1905
in Knoxville. I believe that Robert died in Knoxville on 27 June 1969
but the Social Security records show that he died in June 1969 in
Robert's wife Hester (Newell) Carle died in Knoxville on 14 May 1998. I
would appreciate any information on her and any children that Robert and
Hester might have had.