Location: Claiborne, Louisiana, United States
The 1860 United States Census was the second federal census to list the names of all free persons living within a particular household. Prior to 1850, only the head of household was named.
Slaves were not named on the 1850 or 1860 censuses, and only limited information can be found about them in the supplemental Slave Schedules for those years.
The 1860 United States Census for Claiborne Parish, Louisiana was divided into the city of Homer and eight Wards.
The Claiborne Parish One Place Study is currently indexing the Census and connecting the information to profiles.
The following tables serve as an index to the information, and are not a full representation. The following columns have been omitted: Dwelling number, real estate value, married within past year, attended school, adulthood literacy, deaf/blind/etc.
Misspellings, aside from the occasional "typo" (i.e. writing "Mechanich" instead of "Mechanic"), are transcribed as written in the original document. Abbreviated names are not expanded, except for the place of birth, which is fully written out to ease readability.
Individuals with a green background are connected to the Global Family Tree.
Families 1-151 (Homer)
Families 152-157 (Minden?)
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