La Salle Co

1900 La Salle County Texas Census

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DW FM Name Relation Color Sex BMo Yr Age M Stat M Yrs Chld Lvg Birthplace Father Mother Immig. Occupation Links
Frame No 305
407 409 Salazar, Juan Head W M Mar 1840 60 M 37

Mexico Mexico Mexico 1874 Farmer
407 409 Salazar, Ulfolda Wife W F Jan 1844 56 M 37 13 3 Mexico Mexico Mexico 1874

407 409 Salazar, Nicolas Son W M Dec 1877 22 S


Texas Mexico Mexico
Farm Laborer
408 410 Cantu, Salvador Head W M Jan 1863 37 M 5

Mexico Mexico Mexico 1881 Farm Laborer
408 410 Cantu, Augustina Wife W F Mar 1880 20 M 5 3 2 Texas Mexico Mexico


408 410 Cantu, Santos Daughter W F Apr 1898 2 S


Texas Mexico Texas


408 410 Cantu, Cedro Son W M May 1899 1 S


Texas Mexico Texas


409 411 Rodrigues, Polito Head W M Jan 1850 50 M


Mexico Mexico Mexico 1890 Day Laborer
409 411 Flores, Julian Partner W M June 1856 43 S


Mexico Mexico Mexico 1876 Day Laborer
409 411 Garcia, Labriana Border W M July 1834 65 Wd


Mexico Mexico Mexico 1897 Day Laborer
410 412 Ogoza, Louis Head W M Apr 1870 30 M 1

Texas Mexico Mexico
Day Laborer
410 412 Ogoza, Pomposa Wife W F Feb 1874 26 M 1 0 0 Texas Mexico Mexico


411 413 Gonzales, Santiago Prisoner W M Jan 1845 55 S


Mexico Mexico Mexico 1880

411 413 Angueino, Caterino Prisoner W M Aug 1872 27 S


Mexico Mexico Mexico 1899 Day Laborer
411 413 Salazar, Elisita Prisoner W F Nov 1869 30 M 1 0 0 Mexico Mexico Mexico 1899

411 413 Garcia, Francisca Prisoner W F Jan 1868 32 S


Mexico Mexico Mexico 1899


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This transcription of the 1900 La Salle County census was made by Tom Graham. An attempt was made to transcribe all information (spelling) exactly as it appeared on the census. Some names were very difficult to read and subject to interpretation. These names have a question mark beside them (some were probably missed). Some of the names were obviously misspelled by the census enumerator or the original census transcriber.

The transcription can be used freely for family research and distribution to libraries with full consent of the transcriber, however, no permission is granted for its use for sale for financial gain.


Mail to Tom Graham: wm1@historicdistrict.com

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