St Clair, AL 1860 Federal Census              (File 4 of 12)
http://ftp.us-census.org/pub/usgenweb/census/al/stclair/1860/
This Census was transcribed by Barbara Gilliland <bhg@bellsouth.net>
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Copyright 1999 by Barbara Gilliland <bhg@bellsouth.net>

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    Census_Year  1860
    Microfilm #  M653-23
    State        AL
    County       St Clair

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CENSUS YR: 1860    STATE: AL    COUNTY: ST CLAIR    DIVISION: BEEBESPRINGS    REEL NO: M653-23    PAGE NO: 150
REFERENCE:  14 JULY 1860, Russel W. Thompson, Ass't Marshal
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LN HN  FN  LAST NAME      FIRST NAME     AGE    SEX RACE OCCUPATION                REAL VAL. PERS VAL. BIRTHPLACE  MRD SCH R/W DDB
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34 374 370 MANUS          Logan          40     M        Farmer                              94        NC
35 374 370 MANUS          Ceron H.       34     F        House Wife                                    GA
36 374 370 MANUS          George L.      9      M                                                      GA              X
37 374 370 MANUS          John L.        14     M                                                      GA              X

background map produced by the Cartographic Research Lab at the University of Alabama for Robert J. Norrell's "The Alabama Journey."

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