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I have added over 300 new Caperton death records to the US death records database. Right now it is labelled as US Death Records - BETA. The original Death Records Database was one of the first databases I built and over the years it has become too restrictive to include all the information I wnat to publish. So, I have rebuilt a new database from the ground up. Please have a look and let me know if you find any isues. I anticipate replacing the existing database by the end of the month. All of these records include an image of the actual document. This huge addition took months to scan and upload into the database. I have also included columns for both the Bernard Caperton Henry number and the new Henry number. And this is where your help is needed. I am looking for people to help identify and enter the Henry number for these records. If you would like to help with this please email me.
I have just completed adding the 1870 Census to Collection. This was a real effort as it consists of 236 names linked to both an original page source and the household.

The 1850 Census has now been added to the Society Collections! There are 131 Individuals listed which is all known Capertons in the 1850 Census. Additionally the original source doument is linked to every listing along with an extraction of that listing. As an added bonus The Henry number from Bernards book "The Caperton Family" has also been added to over 95% of the entries.