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1790 Blank Census
1790 Blank Census
Blank Census form for you to use to make it easier to read old original Census records. 
 
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1800 Blank Census Form
1800 Blank Census Form
Blank Census form for you to use to make it easier to read old original Census records. 
 
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1810 Blank Census Form
1810 Blank Census Form
Blank Census form for you to use to make it easier to read old original Census records. 
 
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1820 Blank Census Form
1820 Blank Census Form
Blank Census form for you to use to make it easier to read old original Census records. 
 
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1820 Census Title Page
1820 Census Title Page
1820 Census Title Page with explination and details of the 1820 Census. 
 
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1820 Census, Warren County, Tennessee
1820 Census, Warren County, Tennessee
1820 Census, Warren County, Tennessee, page 20. Samuel Harrison's family with 2 males under 10 years old, 1 male 10 - 15, 2 females under 10. Samuel and his wife were ages 26 - 45 years old. The Census indicates Samuel was engaged in Agriculture and had no slaves.

Others are listed on the Census in the following order:
Andrew Relinger, Stewart Pollett, Elijah Hays, John William, Henry D W Brown, Michael Vieny, Johnathan Helley, Mark Torveter, Daury Christian, George Wegelin, Thomas Gray, Hillery Pepper, William Belsha, Josiah Capshaw, Samuel Tester, James George, Jacob Rha, Abraham Cartrill, John Reems, Joseph Gaddes, Ruben Plunkett, SAMUEL HARRISON, Amos Martin, Thomas Lewis, John M Royles, Joel Gunter, Richard Forest, Charity Browns, John Morrison, Johnathan Boyles, James Rostan, Samuel Banks, Robert McFarland, Daniel Brown, Sebern Caulfield, John A Raines.
 
 
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1830 Blank Census Form
1830 Blank Census Form
Blank Census form for you to use to make it easier to read old original Census records. 
 
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1830 Census, Warren County, Tennessee, No. 4, page 362
1830 Census, Warren County, Tennessee, No. 4, page 362
1830 Census, Warren County, Tennessee. Samuel Harrison's family with two males under 5 years old, 1 male 5 to 10 years old, 1 male 10 to 15 years old, 1 male 15 to 20 years old, 1 female 10 to 15 years old, and 1 female 20 to 30 years old. Samuel and his wife were ages 40 to 50 years old. 
 
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1840 Blank Census Form
1840 Blank Census Form
Blank Census form for you to use to make it easier to read old original Census records. 
 
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1840 Census, Warren County, Tennessee, page 354, sheet number 4, slave schedules.
1840 Census, Warren County, Tennessee, page 354, sheet number 4, slave schedules.
1840 Census, Warren County, Tennessee, page 354, sheet number 4, slave schedules Audley Harrison, William Grove, Cunningham families and more.

Line 1 shows Audley Harrison's family had 2 males who were 10 - 24, 1 female 36 - 55, 1 female under the age of 10 and the family was engaged in Agriculture.
 
 
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1840 Census, Warren County, Tennessee, page 354, sheet number 4.
1840 Census, Warren County, Tennessee, page 354, sheet number 4.
1840 Census, Warren County, Tennessee page 354, sheet number 4. Audley Harrison, William Grove, Cunningham families and more.

Line 1 shows Audley Harrison's family with 1 male 50 - 60 (Audley was 50), 1 female 30 - 40 (Elizabeth Grove was 36), 1 male under 5 (Alexander was 2), 1 female 15 - 20 (Virginia was 15) 2 females 10 - 15 (Nancy was 13, Millie was 10) 1 female 5 - 10 (Hannah L. was 8) and 1 female under 5 (Julia was 1). The Slave Schedule shows they had 2 males who were 10 - 24, 1 female 36 - 55, 1 female under the age of 10 and the family was engaged in Agriculture.

Line 9 shows William Grove, but I have been unable to connect him to the family. He would be just a little older than Elizabeth Grove, Audley's wife. I researched other family trees and found the same name for a William Grove's father as people have stated Elizabeth's was John and John was showing to be from Botetourt County, Virginia. There was no mention of a William Grove in the Wiseman Book. Thomas S Harrison Sr married in Botetourt and Audley Harrison Sr married his first wife in Botetourt before he married Elizabeth Grove, but I was still unable to connect the William Grove on this Census.

Line 19 Aaron Higgenbotham's family. I did not do much research on this, however more needs to be done. Aaron's wife's maiden name was Christian and there are Christian families on this Census page as well as the same pages as the Harrison and Hennessee families in the 1830 and 1830 Census. Aaron had one daughter that married Archibald M Hennessee (see the Wiseman book page 486) and another daughter who married a McGreggor. The family also married into the Farrar family. The Higgenbotham's are also from Virginia and have been with the Harrison family since the late 1700s.

Last line William J McGreggor (McGregor) I have not added this whole family into the website but it is important that I do at some point. The McGregors are very important to our family as they married several Hennessees, Harrison, Hayes, Wiseman and many other of our relations. 
 
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1840 Census, Warren County, Tennessee, Page 83.
1840 Census, Warren County, Tennessee, Page 83.
1840 Census, Warren County, Tennesse, Page 83.

Line 16 Joseph Harrison's family with 1 male 30 - 40, 1 male 5 - 10, one female 30 - 40 and 2 females under 5 years old.

Line 22 George Harrison living with his wife Millie and another male who is 15 - 20. Probably a brother of George or Millie.

Line 25 John Grove living with his wife Saphronia who is Audley Harrison's daughter.

At the bottom is Samuel Harrison's wife, Agnis, who is widowed with 7 children living with her. The two oldest children are 20-30 and the two youngest are under 5 years old. It is possible that the two oldest could be Nancy or her oldest son, one of their spouses and their small children.

I did not include the page 2 slave schedule because no one listed above had slaves on this page. 
 
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1850 Blank Census Form
1850 Blank Census Form
Blank Census form for you to use to make it easier to read old original Census records. 
 
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1850 Census, Warren County, Tennessee
1850 Census, Warren County, Tennessee
1850 Census, Warren County, Tennessee, page 66 
 
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1850 Census, Warren County, Tennessee
1850 Census, Warren County, Tennessee
1850 Census, Warren County, Tennessee, page 78 
 
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1850 Census, Warren County, Tennessee, page 65.
1850 Census, Warren County, Tennessee, page 65.
1850 Census, Warren County, Tennessee, page 65.

Line 1 Washington Barnes family which has not been worked into this website and isn't listed in the family publications I have.

Line 16 Richmond McGregor's family.....STOPPED HERE ON 11 JUN 2012 
 
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1860 Blank Census Form
1860 Blank Census Form
Blank Census form for you to use to make it easier to read old original Census records. 
 
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1860 Census, Warren County, Tennessee
1860 Census, Warren County, Tennessee
1860 Census, Warren County, Tennessee, page 136 
 
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1870 Blank Census Form
1870 Blank Census Form
Blank Census form for you to use to make it easier to read old original Census records. 
 
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1870 Census, Alexander Hennessee, Detail
1870 Census, Alexander Hennessee, Detail
1870 Census, Warren County, Tennessee. For many years, Alexander Hennessee, has been listed as Archibald Hugh Hennessee's son. This researcher believes this was a mistake because Philander was read wrong on a Census as Alexander. This researcher believes Alexander was Archibald's brother's son, William Thomas. William Thomas, his wife Nellie and some of their children all died in the same month leaving 7 young children who when to live with relatives. Alexander was one of those children and this Census shows him living with his Mother's Wiseman family. 
 
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1870 Census, Warren County, Tennessee
1870 Census, Warren County, Tennessee
1870 Census, Warren County, Tennessee. For many years, Alexander Hennessee, has been listed as Archibald Hugh Hennessee's son. This researcher believes this was a mistake because Philander was read wrong on a Census as Alexander. This researcher believes Alexander was Archibald's brother's son, William Thomas. William Thomas, his wife Nellie and some of their children all died in the same month leaving 7 young children who when to live with relatives. Alexander was one of those children and this Census shows him living with his Mother's Wiseman family. 
 
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1870 Census, Warren County, Tennessee
1870 Census, Warren County, Tennessee
1870 Census, Warren County, Tennessee, district 5, page 10. Original 
 
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1870 Census, Warren County, Tennessee
1870 Census, Warren County, Tennessee
1870 Census, Warren County, Tennessee, district 5, page 5 
 
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1870 Census, Warren County, Tennessee
1870 Census, Warren County, Tennessee
1870 Census, Warren County, Tennessee, district 5, page 11 
 
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1880 Blank Census Form
1880 Blank Census Form
Blank Census form for you to use to make it easier to read old original Census records. 
 
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1890 Blank Census Form
1890 Blank Census Form
Blank Census form for you to use to make it easier to read old original Census records. 
 
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1900 Blank Census Form
1900 Blank Census Form
Blank Census form for you to use to make it easier to read old original Census records. 
 
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1900 Census, Chariton, Chariton, Missouri
1900 Census, Chariton, Chariton, Missouri
1900 Census, Chariton County, Chariton, Missouri 
 
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1900 Census, Milford, Ellis County, Texas
1900 Census, Milford, Ellis County, Texas
1900 Census, Milford, Ellis County, Texas, B, sheet number 4 18. Audley M Harrison, Jr, his daughter-in-law / great niece Laura Harrison and Cora. 
 
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1900 Census, Morris Township, Texas County, Missouri
1900 Census, Morris Township, Texas County, Missouri
1900 Census, Morris Township, Texas County, Missouri, page 239 A, sheet number 3 
 
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1900 Census, Morris Township, Texas County, Missouri
1900 Census, Morris Township, Texas County, Missouri
1900 Census, Morris Township, Texas County, Missouri, page 239 A, sheet number 3 
 
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1910 Blank Census Form
1910 Blank Census Form
Blank Census form for you to use to make it easier to read old original Census records. 
 
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1910 Census, Fredonia, Wilson County, Kansas
1910 Census, Fredonia, Wilson County, Kansas
1910 Census, Ward 3, Fredonia, Wilson County, Kansas 
 
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1910 Census, Liberty, Tishimingo County, Mississippi
1910 Census, Liberty, Tishimingo County, Mississippi
1910 Census, Liberty Township, Tishimingo County, Mississippi 
 
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1910 Census, Liberty, Tishimingo County, Mississippi
1910 Census, Liberty, Tishimingo County, Mississippi
1910 Census, Liberty Township, Tishimingo County, Mississippi - Enlargement 
 
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1910 Census, Parks, Stephens County, Oklahoma
1910 Census, Parks, Stephens County, Oklahoma
1910 Census, Parks Township, Stephens County, Oklahoma, sheet 9B 
 
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1920 Blank Census Form
1920 Blank Census Form
Blank Census form for you to use to make it easier to read old original Census records. 
 
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1920 Census, Hope, Stephens County, Oklahoma
1920 Census, Hope, Stephens County, Oklahoma
1920 Census, Hope Township, Stephens County, Oklahoma, sheet 5A 
 
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1920 Census, Lawrence, Comanche County, Oklahoma
1920 Census, Lawrence, Comanche County, Oklahoma
1920 Census, Lawrence Township, Comanche County, Oklahoma, sheet 7B 
 
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1920 Census, Tishomingo County, Mississippi
1920 Census, Tishomingo County, Mississippi
1920 Census, Tishomingo County, Mississippi, sheet 10. Glasgow and Cagle family. 
 
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1930 Blank Census Form
1930 Blank Census Form
Blank Census form for you to use to make it easier to read old original Census records. 
 
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1930 Census, Chandler, Grady County, Oklahoma
1930 Census, Chandler, Grady County, Oklahoma
1930 Census, Chandler Township, Grady County, Oklahoma, sheet 3B 
 
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1930 Census, Faxon, Comanche County, Oklahoma
1930 Census, Faxon, Comanche County, Oklahoma
1930 Census, Faxon, Comanche County, Oklahoma. George, Lou T Glasgow, Kermit Cagle and Oliver Cagle age 14. 
 
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1930 Census, Lawrence, Comanche County, Oklahoma
1930 Census, Lawrence, Comanche County, Oklahoma
1930 Census, Lawrence Township, Comanche County, Oklahoma, page 5