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ISO 1900 Carter Co. Census

Re: ISO 1900 Carter Co. Census

Joy Mack (View posts)
Posted: 25 Sep 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 26 Feb 2004 11:32AM GMT
Surnames: Muck
Hi,
I own a copy of the microfilm 1900 and 1910 Carter Co. Ky. Census. I would be happy to look up anything you want. But be warned now, I may be slow. So, far I have only been able to get to the library once a week, and trying to read the microfilm is very time consuming. Let me know what you want to do.
Joy Mack in Trimble Co., Ky.

ISO 1900 Carter Co. Census

Posted: 25 Sep 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 26 Feb 2004 11:32AM GMT
Surnames: McDowell
Does anyone know how I can obtain a copy of the 1900 Carter co Census? Or even 1910?
Thanks
Deb

Re: ISO 1900 Carter Co. Census

Gerald Penix (View posts)
Posted: 3 Oct 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 26 Feb 2004 11:34AM GMT
Surnames: Lore
I am researching the Lore name in Carter County Ky. My grandfather was Walter Lore. His father was James Lore and his great grandfather John Lore. I have names but no dates.

Re: ISO 1900 Carter Co. Census

Sherry J. Lowe (View posts)
Posted: 5 Oct 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 26 Feb 2004 11:35AM GMT
Surnames: Lore, Staggs, England, Messer, Bradley
I have John Lore, b. 3/22/1865 Carter Co., Ky. d. 5/20/1938, buried Horsley Cemetery, Rt. 2, Carter Co., Ky. m. 5/5/1890 Laura Staggs b. 1/7/1873, d. 1/25/1962 also buried Horsley Cemetery, d/o George Washington Staggs and Mary Ann "Polly" England. Their children were George Lore b. 1902, Tennessee "Tennie" Lore Messer b. 1903, Allie Lore Bradley b. 1906, and James Lore. If you think this is a part of your Lore family let me know. I have additional info and can suggest other possible contacts.

Re: ISO 1900 Carter Co. Census

Kathy (Lore) Sturgis (View posts)
Posted: 17 Feb 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 26 Feb 2004 11:36AM GMT
Surnames: Lore, Staggs

This message is for Sherry Lowe in response to her connection to the Lore/Staggs family. I am definitely connected to the family you are referring to. However, I don't recognize the Walter Lore name that you were responding to one Gerald Penix. I am going to work right now, but I would love to hear more!

Thank you for your Carter County info!

Kathy (Lore) Sturgis

Re: ISO 1900 Carter Co. Census

Samuel Dean Jackson (View posts)
Posted: 6 Mar 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 26 Feb 2004 11:38AM GMT
Surnames: JACKSON, MEADOWS, WELLMAN, McKINEY, GRIMM
James Jackson , b Oct,1887, Carter County,Ky, mrd in Ashland, KY., Ottie Meadows b 1890 in Carter County.
Their marriage record shows Ottie's father as Samuel Meadows and her mother as Mary McKiney. James's mother was "Katie Jackson" ( said to be Cherrokee Indian)
James and Ottie Jackson were married "on the John Jackson Farm", near Grayson,Carter County,KY.

My Father, Samuel Meadows Jackson ("Sammy"), was born 15 Feb,1915 in Grayson,Ky. He had a brother,
James Rupert "Jack" Jackson, and a sister Katherine.
"Sammy" Jackson mrd Dovie ( Dove Hazel ) Dean on 24 Oct,1932, in Catlettsburg, Boyd County, Ky. Witnesses were: Effie Dean (mother of Dove) and "Dovie" Jackson ( not the same woman as my mother Dove Hazel Dean Jackson).

Dove Hazel Dean Jackson was the Daughter of Charles
("Charley) John Dean, (B 19, AUG, 1888 IN Ft. Gay, Wayne County, WV) and Effie Grimm. Effie Grimm was b in Ft. Gay, Wayne County, WV. Charles John Dean's parents were: John Dean and Effa Wellmam, both born in Ft. Gay,Wv.

Re: ISO 1900 Carter Co. Census

Joy Mack (View posts)
Posted: 9 Mar 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 26 Feb 2004 11:39AM GMT
Surnames: Jackson, Muck, Frazier, Gaines
Hi Samuel,
I see by our post that you are researhing the surname Jackson also. I'm sorry that I can't help you because I don't have much on this line. I'm looking for an Elizabeth Jackson who married a John Muck abt. 1890. Have you by any chance heard of them? I also see the surname Dove. I'm looking for my ggg-grandmother who was full blooded Cherokee. Her Indian name was Little Morning Dove, and her white name was Mary Ellen Frazier. She married a Charles E. Gaines. Do any of these ring a bell?
Thanks
Joy

Re: ISO 1900 Carter Co. Census

Lisa Messer Conley (View posts)
Posted: 31 Mar 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 26 Feb 2004 11:40AM GMT
Surnames: MESSER, STAGGS, ENGLAND, LORE
Tennie Lore Messer was my grandmother. She was the daughter of John Lore and Laurie Staggs. Her grandparents were George Staggs and Mary Ann England. I'm stumped from there. Tennie married Charlie Messer and lived in Carter County, KY all of their life. Their daughter, Charlene and son, Charles reside in the old home place today. My father is Marvin "Tobe" Messer. We have been researching the Messer's for him. Any information you have would be appreciated. I have much information, as does my parents. Maybe I have something that you need. Let me know if I can help you out.

In Christ,

Lisa <

Re: ISO 1900 Carter Co. Census

Karen Lore Stephens (View posts)
Posted: 28 Oct 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 26 Feb 2004 11:43AM GMT
Surnames: Lore, Staggs, Messer, Justice
I am the daughter of George W. Lore born Dec. 20, 1900. He was born in Carter Co. the son of John and Laura Staggs Lore. I am searching for information on his family for a family tree. My mother is Erie P. Messer Lore. Her parents were Morton and Pearlie Justice Messer. I would appreciate any information you might have.

Thank You,
Karen Lore Stephens

Re: ISO 1900 Carter Co. Census

Joy Mack (View posts)
Posted: 16 Jan 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 26 Feb 2004 11:46AM GMT
Surnames: Lore
Hi Everyone,
I hate to have to tell everyone who has been waiting on me to transcribe the 1900 and 1910 census for Carter County. When I first said I would do it, my intentions were noble. After starting the transcribing of 1900, which didn't get very far, I came to realize that the roll of film I purchased wasn't very good. The copy I paid for started getting bad with page six. It was cutoff on the left hand side. Right in the middle of the names. So, I scanned forwarded on the film looking at about the first 50 pages. Out of those 50 pages, five was cutoff, three pages are so out of focus that even the microfilm reader couldn't do anything with it, and several pages were either too light or too dark to read at all.

After finding out how bad the quailty was of the film for 1900, I then checked the 1910 roll. It was hard to believe, but it was even worst than the 1900 roll.

I would like to say I'm sorry not only for failing to do a job, but also for taking so long to let everyone know. I should have viewed the film before saying anything, but I thought the company I purchased the film from was a good company. My mistake. I will not say what company this is in a public forum like this, but if you want to know the name then email me privately.

Again I'm sorry for the let down. I'm researching this county too, and I'm not sure I have found everyone I was looking for. I've decided that I'll work in the county I live in posting records to my County's webpage. I hope this will inspire some of you who live in Carter Co. or where ever you may live, to work on get the county you live in and get those records online.

Thank You for understanding my problem,
Sincerely,
Joy Mack
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