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Third census of the United States (1810 census), Lincoln County, Kentucky

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Annie Walker Burns


Compiled by Annie Walker Burns, R.1, Bx.119, Bennings, Washington, D.C., 1936

Note on page 21: "(Error discovered November 15/16, C.S. Sloan) These schedules were bound as Lincoln County, North Carolina, found by M. P. Oursler, November 15, 1916. The error is very evident and the words plainly written: "N. Car." and above that the words "Lincoln County." One Amos Jones was allotted the division known as Lincoln County, Kentucky."

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“Third census of the United States (1810 census), Lincoln County, Kentucky,” Notable Kentucky African Americans Database, accessed June 12, 2024,

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