Jackson County Website
- View SourceI have been away from home for several weeks so am coming in on the middle
of this discussion. There are a couple of site that may have already been
mentioned, but I will list them just in case.
We have a great list of Jackson County researchers. It is like most lists,
sometimes very busy and sometimes slow. You can subscribe to this list by
sending an email to ALJACKSO-L-request@... (By the way, I am the
moderator for this list) You can also go to www.usgenweb.com and click on
"Search Engines" or go to http://fly.hiwaay.net/~prm/jcalgenweb.html for
the Jackson County Web site.
www.rootsweb.com has a great many search sites that are free of charge.
www.us-censu.org has many census records online that may be used free of
charge. The 1850 Jackson County Census Records are online. It was the
very first census record that I transcribed. our goal is to have all of
the census records online for researchers to use.
USGenWeb Census Project
> [Original Message]
> From: clay gullatt <blackcloud27030@...>
> To: <email@example.com>
> Date: 1/4/2005 8:06:42 PM
> Subject: RE: [jacksongenealogy] Jackson County Website?
> Yahoo does have another genealogy group called
> Jackson County but there is very little activity
> on it. I've been recommending people on it join
> jacksongenealogy. There is one for DeKalb County
> also but little on it. I monitor all of them.
> By the way Seasons Greeting to everyone and I am
> back on line after a two months absence due to
> illness and a move just before Christmas. Will
> take a while to get caught up.
> New snail mail address
> Clay Gullatt
> 150 Carolina Ave
> Mount Airy NC 27030-2169
> Decided it was time to down size to a smaller
> house and best of all no grass to mow. Age and
> arthritis is taking it's toll.
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