When requesting a lookup from one of our fine volunteers,
please bear in mind that these kind people are volunteers. They are
not being paid for their time and they bought the volumes they own for their
own genealogical research. Out of the kindness of their hearts, they
have volunteered their time and their materials to assist you. Please
return the kindness by following a few simple rules:
1. Please do not ask for more than three (3) lookups at a time;
2. Please do not expect a response immediately. They will respond,
but it may take two or three or more days. They have lives, too. This
means that they have jobs, families, and other activities that may take precedence
over a seemingly small request on your part. They have even been known
to take vacations.
3. Please do not expect them to do your research for you. They
will confirm or deny your relative's name in the books they own. They
might give you dates of residency and/or life. They won't tell you
how many cows your Uncle Waldo had. They may or may not tell you what
kind of work Uncle Seamus did. They won't give you his biography. And
they won't copy or scan the books in their possession for you due to potential
4. A "please" and a "thank you" will get you more information. Please
be polite to our volunteers. They do this for free and to help others.
They do not "owe" you anything.
1860 McIntosh Census Lookups
Email Bill Morgan who has this census and has generously offered
to provide lookups for this resource. Remember, Mr. Morgan lives in FL and
can only provide you with information relating to the 1860 McIntosh Census.
And please state at the beginning of your message that you are asking for
a McIntosh County Census lookup.
Email Diana Davis. She has the 1880 Census and has graciously
offered to provide lookups for this resource. Please remember that
Ms. Davis may take a day or more before responding. Please only email
your query one time. And please state at the beginning of your message
that you are asking for a McIntosh County Census lookup.