[Fwd: Re: Fw: 1800 North Carolina census]

From: Michael Cooley <michael_at_newsummer.com>
Date: Thu, 31 May 2012 08:19:45 -0700

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Subject: Re: Fw: 1800 North Carolina census
From: "Michael Cooley" <michael_at_newsummer.com>
Date: Thu, May 31, 2012 8:19 am
To: "Jane Wisdom" <jdwisdom_at_cox.net>
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The 1800 census for KY does not exist. William, Daniel and Joseph had been
in Kentucky for some time. This is the first indication that James was
there in 1800. Good show! A good reading of the Green county tax lists
would be very beneficial.

-Michael

>
>
>
>> These are all the Cooley's I found in the 1800 NC Federal census. It is
>> very confusing to show a tax list in Green County, Ky in 1800 with
>> James,
>> Joseph and Daniel Cooley and then also James Cooley on the 1800 census
>> list
>> in Ky. Could he have moved to Ky in 1800 or already owned land?
>>
>> Would you like for me to pull up the full census on the John Cooley's
>> listed. Is one of these John Cooley, Sr.
>>
>> I do not find Joseph or Daniel Cooley on any 1800 census. I don't know
>> how
>> thorough the Ancestry census records are for this very early period.
>> Could
>> these families have been on the move between states?
>>
>> The William Cooley that matched our DNA must have already been in Ky.
>> However, he too does not show up on the 1800 Kentucky census. I wonder
>> if
>> that census is on Ancestry. Very confusing. Does anyone know if the
>> 1800
>> Kentucky records are on Ancestry? I also, did not find any for other of
>> my
>> Ky. ancestors that I know lived in Madison Co. Ky in 1800.
>> Jane
>
> P.S. I don't have complete faith in the census records on Ancestry. I
> doubt they are complete and I wonder what, if any 1800 Ky census records
> are
> on their website.
>>
>
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