RW_INS03: REC'S WEALTH/INCOME INFO SOURCE 03IF

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
- 12,06996.3%
ACCOUNT OF ESTATE - 10.0%
AFF - 1160.9%
AFF APPRAISORS - 10.0%
AFF ASSESSORS - 10.0%
AFF AUDITORS - 20.0%
AFF BROTHER - 10.0%
AFF BURIAL - 10.0%
AFF CITY CLERK - 10.0%
AFF CITY CLERKS - 10.0%
AFF CLAIM BURIAL - 10.0%
AFF CLAIM SUPPORTING BURIAL - 30.0%
AFF CLAIMANT - 10.0%
AFF CLAIMANTS - 10.0%
AFF CLERKS - 10.0%
AFF CO TREASURER - 10.0%
AFF COUNTY AUDITOR - 10.0%
AFF COUNTY AUDITORS - 10.0%
AFF COUNTY CLERK - 20.0%
AFF COUNTY CLERKS - 10.0%
AFF COUNTY CLERKS ASSESSMENT - 10.0%
AFF COUNTY COMMISSIONER - 10.0%
AFF DAUGHTER - 10.0%
AFF DAUGHTERS - 10.0%
AFF DOCTOR - 10.0%
AFF EMPLOYERS - 20.0%
AFF ESTATE ADMINISTRATOR - 10.0%
AFF ESTATE ADMINISTRATORS - 10.0%
AFF FATHER - 10.0%
AFF FOR WIDOW - 30.0%
AFF FOR WIDOW PENSION - 10.0%
AFF FRIEND - 10.0%
AFF GENERAL - 160.1%
AFF GENERAL WIDOW - 10.0%
AFF JUDGE - 10.0%
AFF MOTHER - 30.0%
AFF NEIGHBOR - 30.0%
AFF NEIGHBORS - 150.1%
AFF SELECTMANS ALTON, NH - 10.0%
AFF SONS - 10.0%
AFF SUPPORTING BURIAL CLAIM - 20.0%
AFF TAX COLLECTORS - 10.0%
AFF TOWN CLERK - 20.0%
AFF TOWN CLERK OF DRESDEN - 10.0%
AFF TREASURER FOR WIDOW - 10.0%
AFF TREASURER OF JONES COUNTY - 10.0%
AFF TREASURERS - 10.0%
AFF TREASURERS FOR WIDOW - 10.0%
AFF UNCLE - 10.0%
AFF WIDOW - 510.4%
Total 12,534 100%

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Based upon 12,534 valid cases out of 12,534 total cases.

Location: 8400-8439 (width: 40; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: character

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: Aging of Veterans of the Union Army: Military, Pension, and Medical Records, 1820-1940.

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