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Beverly    0

I'm struggling with trying to find an 1870 census record for my husband's 2nd GG.  He lived in either PA, NY or MA.  I've looked in all the standard/obvious places, any suggestions would be appreciated.

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Diane    15

Sometimes the indexing isn't perfect on the censuses. Where was he in 1860 and did you look through the full 1870 for the same state/county/township?

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Ronald    43

Beverly,

Why don't you post a bit of information that you have about him.  Tell what you have found, maybe then someone will be able to help further if that is what you desire. If this turns into a "brick wall" for you, we can always try to be more helpful and see if we can discover things as a team.

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