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LGBTQ Genealogy – Part 7

By |2019-06-18T09:54:43-07:00March 15th, 2019|

LGBTQ in the US Census

In previous posts, I’ve talked about clues that may support an ancestor being LGBTQ. I’ve also written about the use of “Partner” as a relationship designation in 20th-century census records and how this might identify LGBTQ relationships. There is more LGBTQ history in the U.S. Census.

The […]

LGBTQ Genealogy – Part 5

By |2019-06-18T09:38:58-07:00December 15th, 2018|

Census Records

Genealogists use census records to track individuals and families over time and place. Finding an ancestor living with the same partner over subsequent census records is a good clue that they were in a committed relationship. An example from last month’s blog is Willa Cather.

Willa was a Pulitzer price willing […]

LGBTQ Genealogy – Part 4

By |2019-06-18T09:09:56-07:00November 15th, 2018|

Famous and Infamous Census Records

One of the first records sets genealogists consult is the United States Decennial Census. The United States Census Bureau maintains a webpage for “Famous and Infamous Census Records” which highlights pages over the decades that list celebrities, both good and bad.

Amongst this listing we […]

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