Another record and another disappointment. Today I am posting the Death Register record from East Randolph, NY for Carrie (Kanistanaux) Horton.
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Sorry for the long delay since my last post. Well, that’s not exactly true. Spring has arrived in Maine and it has been wonderful weather. Much too nice to sit in front of a computer!
Anyway, I am back hard at work tracking down leads. Today I begin posting a few stray bits and pieces of the Kanistanaux story while waiting for town records and before moving back a generation to see what turns up for the Moulton family.
Our friend, Randy Blood, found Carrie and Fred Horton in the missing 1905 and 1920 census years. The census does provide another residence location for them, but not much else. It is always nice to have a complete accounting in census. You never know what question might answered in the future.
I did it! I am so excited. I found the Kanistanaux family in the 1870 Census.
All of them together!!!!!!!!!!!!
A descendant of Carrie’s, Randy Blood, has recently gotten involved in this research project. He has been searching through old newspapers and found some really great treasures he is sharing with me.
The first one I will share with my readers is the death notice for Laton Kanistanaux published in a local New York newspaper.
Today I am posting the last census for the Horton family. I was unable to find them in the 1920 Census. I did not take the time to search Randolph page by page, since I have them in a number of census already. However, descendants should take the time to find them in 1920, just in case there is something important to learn from it.
The post today will show the Horton Family in Randolph, Cattaraugus Co., NY for the 1910 Census year.
Carrie Horton and her family are still in Stockton for the 1900 Census.
Wishing all my readers a
Wonderful Holiday Season!
Today I am posting the 1892 New York State Census for Carrie Horton and her family. This year she is found in Stockton, NY.
I will start off this adventure with a key document showing three generations of the family in question. This document gives me some approximate birth dates and birth locations as a starting point for further investigation.
I just love the New York State Census series. Over the years these state census records have answered lots of questions and solved a few mysteries for me. I only wish more states had participated in similar census.