Deconstructing a Conflicted Census Enumeration: Carrie Peterson aka Clara Moore

J. H. (“Jay”) Fonkert, CG
Dec 23, 2022
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Introduction
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3-D Whole Family Research
2m 56s
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The Evidence Maze
4m 38s
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Research Question
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Timeline
8m 23s
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Solved?
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Ole Peterson
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Hjalmar / Earl
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Sigrid / Vivian
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How Did This Happen?
2m 29s

About this webinar

Census enumerations offer invaluable snapshots of families, but like any record, can lead researchers astray. Names may be mangled, ages fudged, or individuals or families be enumerated twice – or not at all. This entertaining presentation follows a Norwegian immigrant family forward and backward in time to untangle the makeup of a 1910 Minnesota family.

About the speaker

About the speaker

J. H. (“Jay”) Fonkert researches Dutch Zorgdragers, English Tidballs, and Kentucky Fawkners from his home in Roseville, Minnesota. He is past-president of the Minnesota Genealogical Society and co-managing editor of Minnesota Genea
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  1. CA
    Carolyn Atkinson
    2 weeks ago

    This was a very good webinar. Just like one of my rabbit holes.

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  2. HS
    Helen Schenkelaars
    1 month ago

    Really enjoyable and thought provoking lecture. Thank you.

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  3. FU
    Fran Ussery
    2 months ago

    Love this. thanks!

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  4. DC
    Deborah Campisano
    2 months ago

    Very detailed and inspirational! I now have another approach to solving a brickwall!

    Reply
  5. PH
    Peggy Hall
    2 months ago

    Thanks, Jay. for a great lecture. It really helped me see your 3-D Genealogy concept very well. How you made all these connections still doesn’t make a whole lot of sense, but I’ll watch the lecture again and more pieces should fit into the puzzle.

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  6. JN
    Jill Nock
    2 months ago

    Excellent presentation. The tables are so helpful in making sense of the conflicting information.

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  7. AD
    Arlene Dukanauskas
    2 months ago

    This is amazing research and shows a great deal of imagination on the part of Mr. Fonkert. The changes in family names and locations would baffle any genealogist.

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  8. BD
    Brenda Dixon
    2 months ago

    Amazing how you figured all this out. Not only entertaining, but insightful. Thanks

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