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Jeremiah WARREN, KY>AL

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According to census data, Jeremiah WARREN was born about 1778 in KY. He volunteered for service in the War of 1812 in Harrison Co., KY. Later, he was granted 160 acres of land in (then) Franklin Co., AL.

He and his family appear in the 1850 US Census:
Jeremiah 72 KY
Nancy 40 GA
John H. 23 AL
Charles Jackson 17 AL
Ann 12 AL
Cassy Ann 8 AL
Marion 5 AL
Elizabeth 5 AL

By 1860, John had a farm adjoining his father's and had started his own family:
John H. 33 AL
Susan 30 AL
Sarah J. 3 AL
Charles Jackson 4/12 AL

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on 2009-05-13 18:12:35

CapnDad , from Springdale, AR, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Nov 2006. is researching the following names: LEWIS, TACKETT, WARREN and 40 other(s).

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by tomsmith on 2009-05-25 11:02:43

My name is Tom Smith. Cassie Ann Warren is an ancestor of my wife. I have done some research on this line. I found something of interest in the 1850 census. The info you reference above was taken by the census taker on December 11, 1850. I found (in completely different writing) another entry for the 1850 census (also Franklin County, Al, but different district) dated October 6, 1850.
Jerry Warren 72 Va.
Nancy 47 Ga
John 22 Al
Chas 15 Al
Calfernia Al 12
Casse A 10 Al
Elizabeth 6 Al
And a farmhand John Therwodd
(no Marion)

I believe they are the same family and moved between the two census takers. What is your opinion?

Thanks Tom

by CapnDad on 2009-05-25 11:39:58

Tom, I had to laugh when I read this post! Yes, the family was enumerated twice in 1850. I suspect Jeremiah was having fun with the enumerator. Notice the different ages and places of birth?

I tried tracking down John Sherwood, whose middle initial was "H." It is possible he was related, because my ancestor was John H. WARREN, Jeremiah's oldest known son. Nowhere does John's middle name get spelled out in any historical document I have found. Probably one of those little mysteries that will never be solved.

In 1999, I traveled to Alabama and met descendants of Charles Jackson. I have also been in contact with descendants of Marion.

I would like to share data and compare family history. Please contact me at capndad<at>gmail<dot>com.

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