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Catwright - 1835 Sabine District Census

Catwright - 1835 Sabine District Census

Posted: 27 Mar 2010 7:16PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Cartwright
I would really appreciate a copy of the 1835 Sabine District census record for John Cartwright and his family if anyone has the record. I have information on his son, Robert Grimmer Cartwright, my great-great grandfather. Thank you.

Re: Catwright - 1835 Sabine District Census

Posted: 27 Mar 2010 8:42PM GMT
Classification: Census
Surnames: Cartwright
1835 Sabine District Census
John Cartwright 48 Married Catholic farmer
Mary, his wife (Crutchfield) 47Married Catholic
Matthew, son 27 Single Catholic
R. Grain, son 26 Single Catholic
George W. son 22 Single Catholic
John C., son 11 Single Catholic
Richard H.,, son 6 Single Catholic
Clamentine, daughter 15 single Catholic
Jack, man servant 39
Peter, man servant 24
Jourdon, man servant 22
Jim, man servant 19
Henry, man servant 14
Nathan, man servant 14
Milla, woman servant 26
Little, woman servant 12
Caroline, woman servant 17
Charles, boy servant 12
Melvina, a girl 5
Peter White, a Boy 7
Jim, man servant 26
Lucey, a girl 3 mo.
Stephen, a boy 8 mo.

Re: Catwright - 1835 Sabine District Census

Posted: 27 Mar 2010 9:19PM GMT
Classification: Query
"The only thing new in this world is the history you don't know."-Harry S. Truman, Pres. U. S. of A. I read the initial request earlier and thought the author had forgotten to take his/her meds! I stand corrected for my ignorance!

Re: Catwright - 1835 Sabine District Census

Posted: 27 Mar 2010 10:10PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thank you. The "R. Grain" is actually Robert Grimmer. What I actually need is the image of the census record for documentation.

Re: Cartwright - 1835 Sabine District Census

Posted: 23 Apr 2010 7:04PM GMT
Classification: Query
I've always wondered that myself, so I called a genealogy bookstore and was told that it is on microfilm at most large genealogy libraries. The Texas State Archives should have one and possible Stephen F. Austin library. I have an Ingram line that ties into the Cartwright line.
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