This is the third in a series which will, I hope, eventually list every Whiteoak individual and family who have ever appeared in the British census, from 1841 to 1911.
The years 1841, 1851, 1861,... More > 1871, 1881, 1891, 1901 and 1911 have all now been published as e-Books; there may also be a paperback edition one day which will contain the complete set, though this might be too big and heavy for practical use.
If you are looking for a relative in 1861, this list of households with at least one Whiteoak resident is as nearly complete as I can make it for now.
Please note that these little books DO NOT contain the census images - only household lists, with my own corrections, notes and additions. However I hope they will make it easier for you to trace your ancestors, and buy the images from the usual sources should you want them. Happy hunting!< Less
William Hall went to Charleston in the 1790s. There he met and married Hannah Jacks. They married in Charleston in 1802. William was a merchant in Charleston. They returned to UK in 1815 with 6... More > children. They lost a 1 year old boy in 1809. George Otis Hall was born in Charleston in 1809. He returned to Charleston, to visit his Grandfather, James Jacks, in 1822 only to find that his grandfather had died. (George was just 13) To cut a long story short. George Otis Hall bought Magnolia Mound, Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 1849. It was a sugar plantation and the purchase included 55 slaves. In the 1860 census he had 79 slaves. He was married to Emma Ledoux.< Less