Message from discussion 1870 Census page number?
From: "Doug Corbin" <dbcor...@swbell.net>
Subject: Re: 1870 Census page number?
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He's on page 3. On both Heritage Quest and Ancestry each image covers two
pages. You have to move to the right to see the second page.
"Michael Kenefick" <kenef...@copper.net> wrote in message
> Hello Wonderful SKS,
> I found two brothers on the 1870 Census on HQ. One is listed as Kempie
> (Chas) the other Kennafack (Thom). I have found them / family together on
> 1860, 1880, 1900 and other census. I can see Charles' (Chas) image. Also,
> when I looked at Charles information the name is clear and it looks like
> Kenific not Kempie. When I click on Thomas' (Thom) I am not seeing him or
> his family. I tried a few pages before and after w/o luck ( I only have
> dial up 8>( ). Luckily on the tops of these pages are numbers. Can some
> one look at Ancestry and tell me what the number is on the top of the page
> showing Thomas Kennafack.
> F.Y.I., to find these guys on HQ, I had to do search w/o surname and
> forename, but selected state, county, where born at (ireland) and that
> limited to a searchable group.
> Mike in Ohio