In this session, Problem Solve with the Pre-1850 Census: Investigate the Tick Marks (Part 2), we will discuss a case study using the pre-1850 census records, and we will go over tips for searching and using the pre-1850 census records.
The pre-1850 census records may be ignored because of the lack of names and relationships. However, several strategies can turn those tick marks into valuable clues for a family and even be used as evidence in proving identity or relationships.
Learn how to analyze an individual or family from census year to census year then correlate that information with other records. Discover ways to use the neighbors located near your ancestor to prove identity and how to eliminate men of the same name by careful tracking of the data.
This is part two of a two-part series.
Part 1: https://youtu.be/QurwYfug-1A
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