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1810 Cabarrus census SULLIVAN family

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1810 Cabarrus census SULLIVAN family

Posted: 26 Mar 2012 3:09PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 26 Mar 2012 3:45PM GMT
On the 1800 Federal Census for "Cabarrus County North Carolina" is found a ROBERT SULLIVAN.

> In this 1800 census record the Robert is a parent of un-named wife & 3 children.
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> Robert is listed as the head of the household, which is the only family person named in the Cabarrus County North Carolina 1800 census.
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> In his household are 3 free white males under 10,
> 1 free white male 16 thru 25,
> 1 free white male 26 thru 44 (Let's presume this is Robert Sullivan himself),
> and the one free white female 16 thru 25 (which may be his wife)

Can anyone with access to the 1810 census confirm if this family exists in the 1810 Federal census?

There are no messages found by search on this web site of a Robert Sullivan family, and if they existed in 1810 there may be some other names and ages listed. I am trying to find if those children in 1800 unamed 10 years and under is JAMES Sullivan and another younger brother named ROBERT (both a son of the parent). I have no knowledge of the 3rd child as a boy or girl.

I do not have access to these 1810, 1820 Census records, and appreciate any help from list members. I did see a Sullivan listed in your "Civil War records" posts of year 2002. A Sullivan was listed.

Many Thanks!
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
JohnSullivan4... 26 Mar 2012 9:09PM GMT 
JohnSullivan4... 26 Mar 2012 9:57PM GMT 
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