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  1. So happy to find this site. My Everett family had a farm very early which was half in Perry County and half in Ste. Genevieve County, just a little ways from St. Mary’s now owned by the Otte family, and their history is eluding me as they lived there before the first census. I am hoping to find a list of land grants in this county.

    Thank you for your help.

  2. I have found my ancestor John Brown on the last page! But I would like to know what each column in the census stands for. I know they are for members but for what age category is each line…and where would I go for more information? This is a HUGE break in my search!

  3. Thanks for posting. I looked thru all the screen shots and still can’t find my family. My gggrandfather, Nicholas Hartzell left Pittsburg June 1814 and headed to Ste. Genevieve and set up a tanyard, possibly named Shingles. I found the Estate Sale showing his wife, Mary Goza with several people buying items of the tanyard. Isaiah Goza, Michael Goza, Hugh Goza. I can’t find a marriage record for Nicholas and Mary. I am assuming Michael, Isaiah and Hugh were siblings as they always moved to the same areas. Nicholas and Mary had 1 son, Silas Hartzell born 1820 and Nicholas later died September 1822. Wonder why he is not on the Census as he lived in Ste. Gen. at that time.

    1. This is not the full census for Ste Genevieve County, MO in 1818. There were twelve pages. You can view them on FamilySearch.org.

  4. I am looking for Mary Maurice, married first to Joseph Lemon then to Edward LaChappele alias Molle or Maul. I am also looking for Louis LaChappele, alias Molle, a brother to Michel LaChappele, Son of Bazille LaChappele and Mary Molle who I found in the church records. Any information would be appreciated.

  5. I found Noah Hunt in this 1818 with the following:
    1-2-1-2-2

    What is the age group for each number please?

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