In familysearch.org name is spelled incorrectly (Grubell) in 1900 Census. Show his occupation as farmer.
There is also family tree on familysearch.org.......do you also go by the name of Gail Perry?
Yes I am Gail Perry of FamilySearch. I know much about George and Julia after they came to California 1900. But I am looking for birth records for their 6 children. Sophia Gruber was baptized in 1880 Mt. Olive, Ill. I have that record. But the other information needed is Marriage of George and Julia, etc.
I also have a tree on Ancestry and MyHeritage.
Looking forward to working with you. And what information would help you?
Ancestry has the most information. User name is GailWilderStewart. https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/tree/42978483/family/familyview?cfpid=28048931312
I can also give you access to see living people if you need to.
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Dear Ms. Wilder-Stewart,
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We searched the National Archives Catalog and located the Population Schedules for the 1850 Census, the Population Schedules for the 1860 Census, the Population Schedules for the 1870 Census, the Population Schedules for the 1880 Census, the Population Schedules for the 1890 Census; the Population Schedules for the 1900 Census, and the Population Schedules for the 1910 Census, the Population Schedules for the 1920 Census, the Population Schedules for the 1930 Census, and the Population Schedules for the 1940 Census in the Records of the Bureau of the Census (Record Group 29) that may contain information about George Gruber, Julia Wischnowski Gruber, Sophia Gruber, and siblings in California and Illinois. The 1940 Census schedules are digitized and available using the Catalog. For more information about the non-digitized schedules, please contact the National Archives at Washington, DC - Textual Reference (RDT1) via email at email@example.com.
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Most Illinois counties did not begin recording births until 1877. Birth records prior to 1916 were recorded only by county clerks. Beginning in 1916 county clerks and the Department of Public Health jointly maintained birth records. The Illinois Regional Archives Depository (IRAD) system holds birth records for many counties in Illinois. Search the IRAD local governmental records database for the term birth to get a listing of all birth records held by IRAD. You may contact the Macoupin County Clerk's office if IRAD does not have birth records for that county. You may wish to note any name variants or broaden your search for the surrounding years. In addition, the FamilySearch Research wiki for Illinois Vital Records may be helpful.
According to United Mine Workers of America website, the UMW did not keep records of individuals who were in the union. The Archives of United Mine Workers is located at Penn State University. For information about the Hoosier Mining Company, please review the Hoosier Mine (Madison Coal Corporation, Mine No. 5) in Mount Olive, IL Final report.
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