NameRelation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace John HUSLERSelfMMaleW46GERLaborGERGER Caroline HUSLERWifeMFemaleW31GERKeeping HouseGERGER William HUSLERSonSMaleW16OHHomeGERGER Agnes HUSLERDauSFemaleW14OHHomeGERGER Annie HUSLERDauSFemaleW12OHHomeGERGER Frank HUSLERSonSMaleW3OHHomeGERGER Elizabeth HUSLERDauSFemaleW5MOHHomeGERGER
Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio =============================== Quite the three-pipe problem, as Sherlock Holmes would say. I found them by entering Given = Caroline HoH = John, Born 1849 +/- 2, Location Cuyahoga county, Ohio
I got a lot. I used CTRL F (Fine) for " H" - space, capital H - and told it case mattered. They popped right up. The trick was leaving the surnames blank.
I didn't tell you all that to brag; I thought you might have other relatives you would want to look up on the 1880. In my experience, a lot of them are mis-spelled, unless their surname is a common English word; even then some of my PACK ancestors show up as PECK.