Husher, Anderson & Related Famlies
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[S5] Census Record; The first Federal Population Census was taken in 1790, and has been taken every ten years since. From 1790-1840, only the head of household is listed and the number of household members in selected age groups. From 1850 to 1930, details are provided for all individuals in each household, such as names of family members, their ages at a certain point in time, their state or country of birth, their parent's birthplaces, year of immigration, marriage status and years of marriage, occupation(s), value of their home and personal belongings, the crops that they grew etc. Data from recent censuses are not available after 1930 because of a 72-year restriction on access to the Census.
[S6] Pension Record.
[S7] Church/Cemetery Record; readings taken from tombstones and/or cemetery records.
[S8] Shockey Family Asn; Provided thru Family Group Sheets.
[S16] Baptismal Record, <>.
[S17] Confirmation; Church records, Confirmation is a declaration by the candidates that they renew the ‘solemn promise and vow’ made on their behalf at their baptisms.Church Confirmation records may include the ages and the birthdates and places of the confirmands, their parents' names, and the place of baptism. Many churches gave more details in their confirmation lists than in their baptism lists..
[S42] Quaker Monthly Meeting.
[S43] Birth Certificate; Generally birth, marriage, death certificates and divorce records were normally part of State Vital Records after, 1910, varies by State, and before that time, somewhat sporadically in County Court houses.
[S44] Family Bible/Ledger; Records meticulously icy kept by a family member, usually in “The Old Family Bible” and were generally passed on to the youngest in the family for ongoing record keeping. Also included in the category are the “Walt Whitman (or other) Birthday book. While not a legal document, provides a record when no other exists, or has been found. In the 1860-1900 time frame, the Family Bible Record was accepted as a legal recording.
[S45] Death Certificate; Generally birth, marriage, death certificates and divorce records were normally part of State Vital Records after, 1910, varies by State, and before that time, somewhat sporadically in County Court houses.
[S46] Marriage License; Generally birth, marriage, death certificates and divorce records were normally part of State Vital Records after, 1910, varies by State, and before that time, somewhat sporadically in County Court houses.
[S47] Will; A persons declaration as to how they wish their property to be disposed after death. May contain the names of all their children and spouse. Identifies their worldly possessions, debts and debtors. Generally on file and recorded at the County Court House. May substitute for a property deed.
[S49] Letter; Generally communication from Family Members and/or other researchers.
[S51] Obituary; Obituaries are recorded in local newspapers, text is generally written by a close family member. A source for family members, birth, death, marriage and localities. While close to time period of the event, not always completely accurate.
[S53] City Directory; Directories are the predecessors of the modern day phone book. In addition to providing the resident's name, it provides their address and occupational information. They occur sporadically for locations and are valuable for locating members of a household.
[S55] Lineages, Inc. Marriage Licenses issued by Isaac Hicks in <>, <> ( <>; Provo, UT: Lineages, Inc, 2001).
[S56] Court House; Records such as Land Ownership, are recorded at County Court Houses. Generally birth, marriage, death certificates and divorce records were normally part of State Vital Records after, 1910, varies by State, and before that time, somewhat sporadically in County Court houses. Naturalization was an early part of County Records, later became part of Federal records programs.
[S57] Pennsylvania Marriages to 1810.
[S58] SS Death Index; The Social Security Administration Death Master File contains information on millions of deceased individuals with United States social security numbers whose deaths were reported to the Social Security Administration. Birth years for the individuals listed range from 1875 to the current year. Information in these records includes name, birth date, death date, and last known residence.
[S59] Newspaper; as recorded.
[S61] Oral Communication.
[S63] WW I Draft; World War I draft registration cards completed by men living in the U.S. in 1917 and 1918. Information that may be found for an individual includes: name, place of residence, date and place of birth, race, country of citizenship, occupation, and employer. Cards are signed by the draft registrant.
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