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Ochiltree County Census Records
1890 United States Federal Census


This collection contains the following indexes: 1850 Federal Census Index; 1850 Slave Schedule; 1860 Federal Census Index; 1860 Slave Schedule; 1870 Federal Census Index; 1880 Federal Census Index; 1890 Veterans Schedule; Tax List Indexes 1820-1829; Tax List Indexes 1830-1839; Tax List Indexes 1840-1849.   State censuses were often taken in the years between the federal censuses. In some places, local censuses were designed to collect specific data, such as the financial strengths and needs of communities, tallies of school-age children, and potential school populations to predict needs for teachers and facilities, etc. They can fill in some gaps left by missing censuses. While you should not rely solely on the Texas census to provide details about all ancestors that lived in the state, it can provide useful details and information, which should be recorded for further research. For instance, if you find an ancestor listed in the Iowa Census and it indicates the ancestor lived in the state in the year 1860, use the database to visit the 1860 census, where you can search for an image of the original census document.
Source Information:
Jackson, Ronald V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp. Texas Census, 1850-90. [database on-line] Provo, UT:, 1999-. Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.


Name  --  State --  County -- Township -- Year 

BRICE P. -DEC- BECK TX  Ochiltree County  Entire County  1890 
JEMIMA E. -W- BECK TX  Ochiltree County  Entire County  1890 
MURTY DAILY TX  Ochiltree County  Entire County  1890 
GEORGE HORN TX  Ochiltree County  Entire County  1890 
DAVID C. KETTELL TX  Ochiltree County  Entire County  1890 


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