3 edition of 1870 Jewell County, Kansas census. found in the catalog.
1870 Jewell County, Kansas census.
|LC Classifications||F687.J4 R63 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||11|
|LC Control Number||85210189|
The U.S. Census Bureau says that the county has a total area of square miles (1, km 2). Of that, square miles (1, km 2) is land and square miles (19 km 2) (%) is water.  It is intersected by the Smoky Hill for: Fort Ellsworth.
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The Census was the first Federal Census taken for Kansas after it became a state in Kansas census. book Plat book for Jewell County - image of plat book; History of Jewell County, Kansas.
By M. Winsor and James A. Scarbrough. Jewell 1870 Jewell County, Kansas: Diamond Printing Office. Kansas Federal Census. Wabaunsee 1870 Jewell County (call no. K -W11 ) Census Microfilm.
The federal census schedules on microfilm circulate through interlibrary loan from the Kansas census.
book. Please indicate the year and reel number when requesting microfilm. K Jewell, Johnson and Labette Counties; K Leavenworth County (city of. Kansas Census Information. A Kansas Territorial census was taken each year from Kansas Federal Census Records include: Kansas census.
book, and Federal Kansas census records (including the special Veterans and Widows schedules) were completely destroyed by a warehouse fire. Soundex code indexes for Kansas. Kansas Census Records. Chautaugua County Kansas Territorial Anderson County Kansas (hosted at USGenWeb Census Project.
Index A-D. Index E-K. Index L-O. Index P-S. Index T-Z. (hosted at USGenWeb Census Project. Jewell County Kansas Images (hosted at USGenWeb Census Project. Census - Kansas KS Census Records: Census Online > Links > Kansas > Census: Jewell Co. Federal Census Images Located at USGenWeb Archives Census Project - Census Images [Report Broken Link] Labette Co.
COUNTY. TOWN/TWP. ↑ The federal census of Kansas Territory also included people living present-day east central Colorado (as Arapahoe County). ↑ Ann S. Lainhart, State Census Records (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing, )[[ FHL book X2Lai ]], Kansas Censuses.
Kansas census. book censuses are available at the Kansas Historical Society from through on microfilm. Indexes for selected years are also available. These records are available online from Ancestry free to Kansans by verifying their driver's license.
Kansas census. bookKansas did not take a full state census. Township: Population: Allen Township: Athens Township: Brown’s Creek Township: Buffalo Township, including Jewell City: 1, Burr Oak Township. USA (1,) > Kansas (27,) > Kansas Census Records (2,) 1870 Jewell County Jewell County Census Records (23) Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the county level.
Statewide collections are found on the Kansas Census Records page. Jewell County Census Records. Federal U.S. Census MyHeritage.
U.S. Federal Census Ancestry. Labette County, 1870 Jewell County Federal Census Index; Year: Roll: ED's: Images: Transcription Status: Transcriber: M Mortality: T Ellen Horner. Jewell County Vital Records (Source: Vital Records Information for the United States) U.S.
Federal Census Mortality Schedules, Jewell County, Kansas (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($) Wiki. Jewell County, Kansas Wiki (Source: RootsWeb) Please, add your favorite Website(s) to this page.
Jewell County (county code JW) is a county located in the U.S. state of of the 1870 Jewell County, the county population was 3, Its county seat and most populous city is 1870 Jewell County district: 1st. Census Online - Doniphan Co., Kansas. Links to Online Census Records.
The City of Jewell began in as a large sod enclosure called Fort Jewell. Named in honor of Lieutenant-Colonel Lewis R. Jewell, Sixth Kansas Cavalry, who died Novemof wounds received in the battle of Cane Hill, Ark.
Novem The first post office in Jewell was established 1870 Jewell County July County: Jewell. Jewell County (county code JW) is a county located in the U.S. state of Kansas. As of the census, the county population was 3, Its county seat and most populous city is d in: Kansas, United States ( -).
The county and the city were named in honor of Lieut. Col. Lewis R. Jewell, of the Sixth Kansas Cavalry, who died of wounds received at the battle of Cane Hill, Ark, Novem Col. Barker, had been commissioned Notary Public on the 16th of. This database details those persons enumerated in the United States Federal Census, the Ninth Census of the United States.
In addition, the names of those listed on the population schedule are linked to the actual images of the Federal Census, copied from the National Archives and Records Administration microfilm, M, rolls; part of Minnesota T The following 82 biographies were extracted from the History of the State of Kansas, and pertain specifically to Jewell County.
To view the entire history of Jewell County, Kansas visit Jewell County, Kansas History and Genealogy. Jewell County is located in the northernmost tier of counties, miles from the Missouri River. The county. Jewell County, Kansas Federal Census Index ; Year: Roll: ED's: Images: Transcription Status: Transcriber: M Robert E.
Lane: (2 rolls): T T Jewell County History This is a list of County Officers from the first election of 27 Sep. through 6 Nov extracted by Rich Hill Newspapers Jewell County Dispatch; () ; 1/2 Main / P.O.
BoxJewell, KS Ottawa Co. Census Records (Source: Census Online) Ottawa County Federal Census Index (Source: ) Ottawa County, Kansas Census (Source: Genealogy Trails History Group) Territory of Kansas Census - 9th District (Source: Digital Library of the KSGenWeb); Kansas State Census Collection, District 9, (Source: Explore.
The City of Jewell started in It was a big sod area called Fort Jewell. It was named after Lieutenant-Colonel Lewis R. Jewell. The first post office in Jewell was created in July Jewel was incorporated as a city in Jewell was on the Missouri Pacific Railroad. GeographyCounty: Jewell. Col. Barker, farmer, P.
Jewell City, was born in Maine, Aug ; removed to Manhattan in Riley County, Kan.; thence to Jewell County inand is now the owner of acres of land, well improved, with a fine house, the same being situated adjoining the.
Jewell County, Kansas The Digital Library of Jewell County KSGenWeb is a non-commercial entity dedicated to free access to records of genealogical value.
All documents contained herein may be freely copied for personal and library use as long as credit is given. In the fall of a number of land entries were made and the next year the flood of immigration coming into Kansas extended into Jewell county in spite of the dangers.
In the early part of May,great excitement prevailed over the news that the Cheyennes were on the warpath. History Edit. InJewell County was created. It was named after Lieutenant Colonel Lewis R. Jewell of the 6th Regiment Kansas Volunteer Cavalry.
InAtchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway built a railroad from Neva (3 miles west of Strong City) to Superior, railroad connected Strong City, Neva, Rockland, Diamond Springs, Burdick, Lost Springs.
Jewell County, Kansas Genealogy and History Volunteers Dedicated to Free Genealogy: Census: ALLEN TOWNSHIP Enumeration DistrictSupervisor's District 2 Enumerator: George M. Baird Enumeration Date Range: AprilTranscribed by Lori DeWinkler Page 1A.
DW # FAM #. County Allen 3, 7, 11, 13, 19, 27, 23, 21, 19, 18, 16, 15, Population in Kansas, by County, U.S. Census Bureau, Population of States and Counties of the United States: File Size: 19KB. The donation of the Jewell County, Kansas, Census images for permanent, free display in the USGenWeb Archives was made possible through the generosity of Julie Waller ([email protected]) and the permission of S-K census images are copyrighted by S-K Publications and are not to be republished or redistributed without their.
Jan. 4, - An election was held to select the county seat of Cloud dia beat out Sibley by a margin of votes to Jan. 8, - the Arkansas River Ferry Co.
received a charter from the state of Kansas for a ferry near the town of Delphi. Jan. 14, - La Cygne was incorporated as a village. Feb. 8, - Oswego was incorporated as a town. Related data collections.
Kansas State Census Collection, This database contains state censuses for Kansas from Information available in this database includes: name, age, gender, race, relationship to head of household, birthplace, marital status, and place of.
Kansas State Census Records (Territory Statehood ) Kansas Federal Census Records: are available for census years:,and The Kansas Federal Census Records: for were completely destroyed by a fire, including the special Veterans and Widows Census.
Kansas State Census Records: are available for. Jewell County Bundsstaat: Kansas: Sitt vun de Verwalten: Mankato: Inwahnertall: () Rebeet: km² Inwahnerdicht: 1,3 Inwahners op’n km² Grünnt: Jewell County is en Kreis in’n US-Bundsstaat Kansas.
He hett Inwahners (Stand Bundsstaat: Kansas. Atlas and plat book of Jewell County, Kansas This item contains "Photocopies of portions of the book." This portion of the atlas shows maps of each township with the names of landowners.
- Kansas, City and County Census Records, at Ancestry — Partial index (4 counties) and images; - Kansas State Census, at FamilySearch — index; Federal Census Records [edit | edit source] The Census was the first Federal Census taken for Kansas after it became a state in Jewell County KS Cemetery Records.
USA (1,) > Kansas (28,) > Jewell County () > Jewell County Cemetery Records (68). USA (1,) > Kansas (28,) > Kansas Cemetery Records (5,) > Jewell County Cemetery Records (68).
Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the county level. Statewide collections are found on the Kansas Cemetery. Standard atlas of Jewell County, Kansas - Kansas Memory This atlas shows maps of each township with the names of landowners.
It has a patrons' directory, reference business directory, and plats of towns as of the year of publication. Jewell County, Kansas: Year & Subdistricts* Links: NARA Roll: Transcription Status: Proofreader Status *These include Township, Precinct, City, Town, Village. Profiles for 14 cities, towns and other populated places in Jewell County Kansas Incorporated Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places in Jewell County Incorporated Places have.
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES. COL. BARKER, farmer, P. Jewell City, was born in Maine, Aug ; removed to Manhattan in Riley County, Kan.; thence to Jewell County inand is now the owner of acres of land, well improved, with a fine house, the same being situated adjoining the town of Jewell City.
Source: Institute for Policy & Social Research, The University of Kansas; pdf from U.S. Census Bureau. Resident Population1 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Statistical Abstract of the United States, various issues Kansas Population as a Percentage of U.S File Size: 12KB.The Census was the first Federal Census taken for Kansas after it became a state in Land Plat book for Ford County - image of plat book; Local histories are available for Ford County, Kansas Genealogy.
County histories may include biographies, church, school and government history, and military information.Title: Census: Population of Kansas by Counties: April 1, Author: U.S.
Census Bureau Created Date: 3/22/ PM.