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11 May 1910 census of White Cross, Ada County, ID, found the Weidman family living in dwelling #7. John and Cora said that they had been married 4 years and both of their children were still living:

John Weidman 30 VA -- -- - Farming
Cora Weidman 28 IL OH NY - Wife
Viola C. Weidman 2 IL VA IL - Daughter
Evla L. Weidman 9/12 IL VA IL - Daughter




3 March 1920 census of Fair Ground, Ada County, ID, found the Weidman family living in dwelling #250 on Franklin Road:

John Weidman 40 VA -- -- - Herder, Sheep ranch
Cora Weidman 38 IL OH OH - Wife
Viola C. Weidman 12 IL VA IL - Daughter
Eva L. Weidman 10 IL VA IL - Daughter




4 April 1930 census of Boise, Ada County, ID, found the Weidman family living at 622 State Street. John and Cora said that they were first married at ages 26 and 23 respectively:

John Weidman 50 VA US US - Herder, Sheep camp
Cora Weidman 48 IL NY NY - Wife
Cora Weidman 20 IL VA IL - Daughter, Single 
Case, Cora (P398)
 
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11 May 1910 census of White Cross, Ada County, ID, found the Weidman family living in dwelling #7. John and Cora said that they had been married 4 years and both of their children were still living:

John Weidman 30 VA -- -- - Farming
Cora Weidman 28 IL OH NY - Wife
Viola C. Weidman 2 IL VA IL - Daughter
Evla L. Weidman 9/12 IL VA IL - Daughter




3 March 1920 census of Fair Ground, Ada County, ID, found the Weidman family living in dwelling #250 on Franklin Road:

John Weidman 40 VA -- -- - Herder, Sheep ranch
Cora Weidman 38 IL OH OH - Wife
Viola C. Weidman 12 IL VA IL - Daughter
Eva L. Weidman 10 IL VA IL - Daughter 
Weidman, Viola Christina (P4086)
 
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11 May 1910 census of White Cross, Ada County, ID, found the Weidman family living in dwelling #7. John and Cora said that they had been married 4 years and both of their children were still living:

John Weidman 30 VA -- -- - Farming
Cora Weidman 28 IL OH NY - Wife
Viola C. Weidman 2 IL VA IL - Daughter
Evla L. Weidman 9/12 IL VA IL - Daughter




3 March 1920 census of Fair Ground, Ada County, ID, found the Weidman family living in dwelling #250 on Franklin Road:

John Weidman 40 VA -- -- - Herder, Sheep ranch
Cora Weidman 38 IL OH OH - Wife
Viola C. Weidman 12 IL VA IL - Daughter
Eva L. Weidman 10 IL VA IL - Daughter



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Obituary -

Eva Lorraine Potter, born August 15, 1909 in Divernon, IL, a resident of Vancouver since 1943, passed away Sunday, August 2, 2015 at Kindred Care in Vancouver.

Eva had a long career with government services, having worked for the Department of Agriculture and Interior; during World War II, with the Department of Commerce, Army and Air Force, and finally retiring from the US Forestry Service.

Over the years, Eva was a member of the American Business Women's Association, Oregon Art Association, National Watercolor Society, and a volunteer with the American Red Cross, and Parks and Recreation. She was also a member of the Vancouver Heights United Methodist Church.

Eva is survived by her daughter, Kay Eckstrom of Vancouver; sons, Richard Potter of Battleground, Dean Potter of Vancouver and Dale Potter of Sherwood, OR; 16 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; and 2 great-great grandchildren.

A celebration of life for Eva will be held from 11:00 am-3:00 pm, Saturday, August 15th at the International Association of Fire Fighters, local 452, 2807 NW Fruit Valley Rd., Vancouver, WA 98660.

In lieu of flower memorial donations may be made to: The American Red Cross or the Wounded Warrior Project.


http://obits.dignitymemorial.com/dignity-memorial/obituary.aspx?n=Eva-Potter&lc=7547&pid=175434611&mid=6543444#


http://obits.columbian.com/obituaries/columbian/obituary.aspx?n=eva-lorraine-potter&pid=175464958 
Weidman, Eva Lorraine (P4085)
 
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11 October 1850 census of Northfork, Jasper County, IL, found the Doty family living in dwelling #157:

Daniel Doty 50 KY - Farmer
Isabell 50 KY
Preston 29 KY
Daniel 16 IL
Polly 12 IL
Isabell 7 IL
Jeremiah 5 IL


1860 census of Willow Hill, Jasper County, IL, found the Doty family living in dwelling #1377:

Daniel Doty 60 TN - Primative OS Baptist Minister
Isabel 60 NC
Isabel 17 IL
Jeremiah 14 IL



23 July 1870 census of Willow Hill, Jasper County, IL, found the Doty family living in dwelling #194, next door to son Jeremiah Doty and family in dwelling #195:

Daniel Doty 70 TN - Farmer
Isabell 70 NC 
Doty, Daniel (P11277)
 
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12 April 1930 census of Plainfield, Northampton County, PA, found the Jones family living in dwelling #91, next door to father Edwell Jones and family in dwelling #92. Charles and Esther said that they were first married at ages 21 and 17 respectively:

Charles W. Jones 21 PA Wales PA - Welder, Car shops
Esther L. Jones 18 PA PA PA - Wife
Charles R. Jones 1/12 PA PA PA - Son




4 April 1940 census of Washington, Northampton County, PA, found the Jones family living in dwelling #30 on Flicksville Street. They said that they lived at the same place on 1 April 1935:

Charles W. Jones 31 PA - 8 years of education, Gas welder - Steel construction
Esther L. Jones 28 PA - Wife, 9 years of education
Charles Jones Jr. 10 PA - Son, 4 years of education
Velma I. Jones 8 PA - Daughter, 3 years of education
Sherwood R. Jones 6 PA - Son, 1 year of education
Gerald M. Jones 2 PA - Son 
Jones, Charles W. (P44500)
 
56 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (P44508)
 
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12 April 1930 census of Plainfield, Northampton County, PA, found the Jones family living in dwelling #92, next door to son Charles Jones and family in dwelling #91. Edwell and Ellen said that they were first married at ages 22 and 23 respectively:

Edwell W. Jones 47 Wales Wales Wales - Farmer, Immigrated to the United States in 1883
Ellen Jones 48 PA PA PA - Wife
Arthur J. Jones 11 PA Wales PA - Son 
Jones, Arthur J. (P44506)
 
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12 April 1930 census of Plainfield, Northampton County, PA, found the Jones family living in dwelling #92, next door to son Charles Jones and family in dwelling #91. Edwell and Ellen said that they were first married at ages 22 and 23 respectively:

Edwell W. Jones 47 Wales Wales Wales - Farmer, Immigrated to the United States in 1883
Ellen Jones 48 PA PA PA - Wife
Arthur J. Jones 11 PA Wales PA - Son 
Jones, Ellen (P44507)
 
59 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (P11543)
 
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12 June 1900 census of Ophir, Butte County, CA, found the Bills family living in dwelling #380. Charles and Zilla said that they had been married 3 years and both of their children were still living:

Charles L. Bills 11/1865 34 CA IL CT - Hardware merchant
Zilla Bills 9/1870 29 CA NY NY - Wife
Edison D. Bills 8/1897 2 CA CA CA - Son
Harry F. Bills 11/1898 1 CA CA CA - Son
Joseph F. Deuel 7/1826 73 NY NY NY - Faher-in-law, Widowed, Tinsmith




May 1910 census of Ophir, Butte County, CA, found the Bills family living at 1122 Montgomery Street. Charles and Zilla said that they had been married 13 years and both of their children were still living:

Charles L. Bills 43 CA IA IA - Retail merchant, Hardware
Zilla A. Bills 38 CA NY NY - Wife
Edison D. Bills 12 CA CA CA - Son
Harry F. Bills 10 CA CA CA - Son 
Bills, Harry F. (P44481)
 
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12 June 1900 census of Ophir, Butte County, CA, found the Bills family living in dwelling #380. Charles and Zilla said that they had been married 3 years and both of their children were still living:

Charles L. Bills 11/1865 34 CA IL CT - Hardware merchant
Zilla Bills 9/1870 29 CA NY NY - Wife
Edison D. Bills 8/1897 2 CA CA CA - Son
Harry F. Bills 11/1898 1 CA CA CA - Son
Joseph F. Deuel 7/1826 73 NY NY NY - Faher-in-law, Widowed, Tinsmith




May 1910 census of Ophir, Butte County, CA, found the Bills family living at 1122 Montgomery Street. Charles and Zilla said that they had been married 13 years and both of their children were still living:

Charles L. Bills 43 CA IA IA - Retail merchant, Hardware
Zilla A. Bills 38 CA NY NY - Wife
Edison D. Bills 12 CA CA CA - Son
Harry F. Bills 10 CA CA CA - Son




In his WWI Draft Registration Card dated 24 August 1918, Edison D. Bills said that he was born 9 August 1897 in Oroville, Butte County, California. He was living with his father C. L. Bills at 1122 Montgomery Street in Oroville. He said that his father was born in Wyandotte, Butte County, California. He also said that he served as a sergeant in the ROTC at the "State" University (University of California Berkeley).




5 April 1930 census of San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA, found the Balcon and Bills families living at 2221 Baker Street. William and Olive Balcom said that they were first married at ages 25 and 23 respectively. Edson and Katheryn Bills said that they were first married at ages 30 and 26 respectively:

William E. Balcon 57 CA MA NY - Retail merchant, Groceries
Olive S. Balcon 55 CA Switzerland Switzerland - Wife
Olive G. Balcon 23 CA CA CA - Daughter, Single, Teacher - Grammer school
Edson D. Bills 32 CA CA CA - Son-in-law, Commercial artist
Kathryn B. Bills 28 CA CA CA - Daughter, Married 
Bills, Edison Deuel (P44484)
 
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15 April 1910 census of Colorado Springs, El Paso County, CO, found the Terzian family living at 1014 Colorado Avenue. All of those born in Turkey said that they were Armenian and had immigrated to the United States in 1903:

Charlie Terzian 32 Turkey (Armenian) - Shoemaker, Shoe shop
Paruze Terzian 28 Turkey (Armenian) - Wife
Agnes Terzian 9 Turkey (Armenian) - Daughter
Esther Terzian 8 Turkey (Armenian) - Daughter
Alice Terzian 6 IL - Daughter
Earl Terzian 3 IL - Son
Celia Terzian 1 8/12 IL - Daughter
Harry Kaiprlin 33 Turkey (Armenian) - Brother-in-law, Single, Laborer - Ref. gold mill 
Terzian, Alice (P45430)
 
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15 April 1910 census of Colorado Springs, El Paso County, CO, found the Terzian family living at 1014 Colorado Avenue. All of those born in Turkey said that they were Armenian and had immigrated to the United States in 1903:

Charlie Terzian 32 Turkey (Armenian) - Shoemaker, Shoe shop
Paruze Terzian 28 Turkey (Armenian) - Wife
Agnes Terzian 9 Turkey (Armenian) - Daughter
Esther Terzian 8 Turkey (Armenian) - Daughter
Alice Terzian 6 IL - Daughter
Earl Terzian 3 IL - Son
Celia Terzian 1 8/12 IL - Daughter
Harry Kaiprlin 33 Turkey (Armenian) - Brother-in-law, Single, Laborer - Ref. gold mill




11 April 1930 census of San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA, found the Winfough and Terzian families living in unit #16 of the Green Apartments at 930 Post Street. Bernard and Agnes said that they were first married at ages 24 and 22 respectively:

Bernard O. Winfough 31 OH OH OH - Poster, Maps
Agnes Winfough 29 IL Armenia Armenia - Wife, Secretary - Contractor
Ceclia Terzian 21 IL Armenia Armenia - Boarder, Single, Private secretary
Esther Terzian 25 IL Armenia Armenia - Boarder, Single, Office clerk 
Terzian, Cecilia E (P45426)
 
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15 April 1910 census of Colorado Springs, El Paso County, CO, found the Terzian family living at 1014 Colorado Avenue. All of those born in Turkey said that they were Armenian and had immigrated to the United States in 1903:

Charlie Terzian 32 Turkey (Armenian) - Shoemaker, Shoe shop
Paruze Terzian 28 Turkey (Armenian) - Wife
Agnes Terzian 9 Turkey (Armenian) - Daughter
Esther Terzian 8 Turkey (Armenian) - Daughter
Alice Terzian 6 IL - Daughter
Earl Terzian 3 IL - Son
Celia Terzian 1 8/12 IL - Daughter
Harry Kaiprlin 33 Turkey (Armenian) - Brother-in-law, Single, Laborer - Ref. gold mill




11 April 1930 census of San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA, found the Winfough and Terzian families living in unit #16 of the Green Apartments at 930 Post Street. Bernard and Agnes said that they were first married at ages 24 and 22 respectively:

Bernard O. Winfough 31 OH OH OH - Poster, Maps
Agnes Winfough 29 IL Armenia Armenia - Wife, Secretary - Contractor
Ceclia Terzian 21 IL Armenia Armenia - Boarder, Single, Private secretary
Esther Terzian 25 IL Armenia Armenia - Boarder, Single, Office clerk 
Terzian, Esther (P45431)
 
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15 April 1910 census of Colorado Springs, El Paso County, CO, found the Terzian family living at 1014 Colorado Avenue. All of those born in Turkey said that they were Armenian and had immigrated to the United States in 1903:

Charlie Terzian 32 Turkey (Armenian) - Shoemaker, Shoe shop
Paruze Terzian 28 Turkey (Armenian) - Wife
Agnes Terzian 9 Turkey (Armenian) - Daughter
Esther Terzian 8 Turkey (Armenian) - Daughter
Alice Terzian 6 IL - Daughter
Earl Terzian 3 IL - Son
Celia Terzian 1 8/12 IL - Daughter
Harry Kaiprlin 33 Turkey (Armenian) - Brother-in-law, Single, Laborer - Ref. gold mill



10 April 1940 census of Balboa, Panama Canal Zone, found the Terzian family living in dwelling #315 in Williamson Place:

Earl A. Terzian 34 IL - Completed 4 years of college education, Assistant engineer - Office
Inez F. Terzian 39 CA - Wife, Completed 4 years of college education, University instructor
Betty J. Terzian 7 CA - Daughter, 1 year of education
Sandra S. Terzian 3 CA - Daughter 
Terzian, Earl Antranig (P45433)
 
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15 April 1910 census of San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA, found the Josewski family living at 274 Howard Street. Frank and Stella said that they had been married 9 years and both of their children were still living. Frank said that he had immigrated to the United States in 1876:

Frank E. Josewski 44 Germany Germany Germany - Traveling salesman
Stella E. Josewski 30 MN Ireland Wales - Wife
Gladys M. Josewski 7 SD Germany MN - Daughter
Harold E. Josewski 4 CA Germany MN - Son




The 1925 South Dakota State Census showed that Harold arrived there in 1920:

Harold Josewiski 19 CA Germany MN - Single




3 April 1930 census of Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, SD, found Harold living with Otto and Lydia Kull at 1220 Main Avenue North:

Harold Josewski 21 CA Germany Wales - Single, Baker - Bakery




10 April 1940 census of Palo Alto, Santa Clara County, CA, found Harold and Marie living at 210 Homer Street. They said that they both lived in South Dakota on 1 April 1935:

Jarold Josewski 33 CA - Single, Completed 4 years of high school education, Painter - Painting company
Marie Stoker 49 Norway - Friend, Divoeced, Completed 2 years of high school education 
Josewski, Harold Edward (P44753)
 
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15 April 1910 census of San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA, found the Josewski family living at 274 Howard Street. Frank and Stella said that they had been married 9 years and both of their children were still living. Frank said that he had immigrated to the United States in 1876:

Frank E. Josewski 44 Germany Germany Germany - Traveling salesman
Stella E. Josewski 30 MN Ireland Wales - Wife
Gladys M. Josewski 7 SD Germany MN - Daughter
Harold E. Josewski 4 CA Germany MN - Son




10 April 1930 census of Oakland, Alameda County, CA, found the Hahn family living at 534 Weldon Avenue. Brayton and Gladys said that they were first married at ages 31 and 21 respectively:

Brayton C. Hahn 37 NY PA CA - Proprietor - Wholesale butcher
Gladys M. Hahn 27 SD Germany SD - Wife
Barbara J. Hahn 3 1/12 CA NY SD - Daughter
Brayton C. Hahn Jr. 5/12 CA NY SD - Son




22 April 1940 census of Oakland, Alameda County, CA, found the Hahn family living at 722 Cleveland Street. They said that they lived at the same place on 1 April 1935:

Brayton C. Hahn 47 NY - Completed 2 years of college education, Proprietor - Meat company
Gladys N. Hahn 37 SD - Wife, Completed 4 years of high school education
Barbara J. Hahn 13 CA - Daughter, 7 years of education
Brayton C. Hahn Jr. 10 CA - Son, 5 years of education 
Josewski, Gladys M. (P44779)
 
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15 June 1860 census of Pacific, Humboldt County, CA, found the Shaw family living in dwelling #162:

Seth L. Shaw 44 VT - Farmer
Isabella Shaw 31 NY
Stella M. Shaw 3/12 CA
Elizabeth B. Shaw 65 VT
Jane 12 CA - Indian female
Biday 6 CA - Indian female


30 June 1870 census of San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA, found the Shaw family living in dwelling #930:

William Shaw 52 VT - Portrait painter
Isabella Shaw 76 VT 
Barrett, Elizabeth (P66639)
 
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15 June 1900 census of Ockley, Carroll County, IN, found the Smith family living in dwelling #193. Oliver and mary said that they had been married 39 years and 1 of their 2 children was still living:

Oliver T. Smith 5/1837 63 IN OH OH - Day laborer
Mary E. 12/1837 62 OH OH OH 
Smith, Mary E. (P64576)
 
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15 June 1900 census of Township 16 North Range 20 East, District 39, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory (OK), found the Scott family living in dwelling #58. C. A. and Clifford said that they had been married 7 years and 1 of their 2 children was still living:

C. A. Scott 4/1873 27 MO TN VA - Farmer
Clifford 2/1880 20 MO AR MO - Wife
Claud 8/1895 4 MO MO MO - Son


28 April 1910 census of Peggs, Cherokee County, OK, found the Scott family living in dwelling #93:

Clipard Scott 29 MO US MO - Widow, No employment
Claud 15 MO MO MO - Farm laborer, Working out
Dewey 4 OK MO MO
Clyde 8/12 OK MO MO


2 March 1930 census of Catoosa, Rogers County, OK, found the O'Neal and Scott families living in dwelling #7. William and Clifford said that they were first married at ages 30 and 14 respectively:

William D. O'Neal 48 AR US US - Laborer, Odd jobs
Clifford O'Neal 49 MO US MO
Dewey Scott 23 OK MO MO - Laborer, Odd jobs
Clyde Scott 20 OK MO MO - Laborer, Odd jobs
Bettie Griffith 18 OK KS AR - Boarder, Single 
Cagle, Clementine Clifford (P70361)
 
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16 June 1880 census of Point, Calhoun County, IL, found the Herter family living in dwelling #9:

Adam Herter 33 Wurtemburg Prussia Hanover - Farmer
Carlin Herter 27 IL Prussia Hanover - Wife
Friedrich Herter 7 IL Wurtemburg IL - Son
Anna Herter 4 IL Wurtemburg IL - Daughter
Minna Herter 2 IL Wurtemburg IL - Daughter 
Herter, Minna (P42288)
 
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16 November 1850 census of Buckheart, Fulton County, IL, found the Bocock family living in dwelling #142:

George Bocock 50 VA - Farmer
Martha Bocock 40 VA
Ellenor Bocock 20 OH
Hannah Bocock 17 OH
Sarah Bocock 15 OH
William Bocock 14 OH
Catharine Bocock 12 IL
John Bocock 11 IL
Maria Bocock 9 IL
Joseph Bocock 7 IL
Martha Bocock 4 IL
Maticia Bocock 2 IL
Camelius Bocock 22 OH - Farmer 
Bocock, Catharine (P42861)
 
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16 November 1850 census of Buckheart, Fulton County, IL, found the Bocock family living in dwelling #142:

George Bocock 50 VA - Farmer
Martha Bocock 40 VA
Ellenor Bocock 20 OH
Hannah Bocock 17 OH
Sarah Bocock 15 OH
William Bocock 14 OH
Catharine Bocock 12 IL
John Bocock 11 IL
Maria Bocock 9 IL
Joseph Bocock 7 IL
Martha Bocock 4 IL
Maticia Bocock 2 IL
Camelius Bocock 22 OH - Farmer 
Bocock, Sarah A. (P42866)
 
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16 November 1850 census of Buckheart, Fulton County, IL, found the Bocock family living in dwelling #142:

George Bocock 50 VA - Farmer
Martha Bocock 40 VA
Ellenor Bocock 20 OH
Hannah Bocock 17 OH
Sarah Bocock 15 OH
William Bocock 14 OH
Catharine Bocock 12 IL
John Bocock 11 IL
Maria Bocock 9 IL
Joseph Bocock 7 IL
Martha Bocock 4 IL
Maticia Bocock 2 IL
Camelius Bocock 22 OH - Farmer 
Bocock, William (P42875)
 
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17 April 1930 census of Spencer, Lane County, OR, found the Coryell family living in dwelling #81 on Vaughn Road, next door to daughter Mata Englehart and family in dwelling #80. George and Laura said that they were first married at ages 36 and 18 respectively:

George D. Coryell 65 OR PA KY - Farmer
Laura A. Coryell 48 NE WI MI
Maud L. Coryell 24 OR OR NE - Daughter, Single
Orland N. Lewis 23 OR OR NE - Nephew, Single, Laborer - Logging 
Coryell, George (P57558)
 
76 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (P42962)
 
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17 April 1930 census of Township 3, San Mateo County, CA, found the Feliz family living in dwelling #227. Elwin and Camille said that they were first married at ages 21 and 23 respectively:

Elwin Feliz 34 CA CA CA - Operator, Steam shovel - Road construction
Camille Feliz 26 CA CA CA - Wife
Marie Feliz 3 2/12 CA CA CA - Daughter
Barbara Feliz 2 2/12 CA CA CA - Daughter
Jean Feliz 2 2/12 CA CA CA - Daughter




11 April 1940 census of Red Bluff, Tehama County, CA, fouond the Feliz family living at 1239 Jackson Street. They said that they all lived in Redwood City, San Mateo County, CA, on 1 April 1935:

Elwin Feliz 44 CA - 8 years of education, Steam shovel operator - Construction contractor
Camille Feliz 36 CA - Wife, Completed 3 years of high school education
Camille Feliz 13 CA - Daughter, 5 years of education
Barbara Feliz 12 CA - Daughter, 5 years of education
Jean Feliz 12 CA - Daughter, 5 years of education
Mary Feliz 7 CA - Daughter, 1 year of education
Eileen Feliz 4 CA - Daughter 
Feliz, Marie Camille (P42964)
 
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17 June 1880 census of Richland, Putnam County, MO, found the Guffey family living in dwelling #149:

William Gufey 35 MO TN IN - Farmer
Nancy J. 33 MO KY KY
Franklin W. 14 MO MO MO - Son
Sylvia A. 12 MO MO MO - Son
Isa Eva 5 MO MO MO - Daughter
Don Carlos 1 MO MO MO - Son


5 June 1900 census of Richland, Putnam County, MO, found the Guffey family living in dwelling #45. William and Nancy said that they had been married 35 years and all 4 of their children were still living:

William Guffey 1/1845 55 MO TN IN Farmer
Nancy J. 8/1846 53 MO KY KY
Don C. 11/1878 21 MO MO MO
Wm. A. Stockton 3/1886 14 MO TN MO Nephew, Farm laborer
August Meyer 4/1879 21 MO DEN IA Servant, Farm laborer



In his WWI Draft Registration Card dated 12 September 1918, Don Carlos Guffey said that he was born 8 November 1878. He was living with his wife Leone Thomas Guffey at 4129 Cambridge Avenue in Rosedale, Wyandotte County, KS. He was employed as a physician at 909 Waldheim Building in Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri.



2 January 1920 census of Rosedale, Wyandotte County, KS, found the Guffey family living in dwelling #4129 on Cambridge Avenue:

Don Carlos Guffey 41 MO MO MO - Physician, General practice
Leone S. 37 MO MO MO
Marian 10 KS MO MO - Daughter
Helen 4 6/12 KS MO MO - Daughter


19 April 1930 census of Kansas City, Jackson County, MO, found the Guffey family living at 1008 Valentine Road. Don Carlos and Sallie said that they were first married at ages 22 and 19 respectively:

Don Carlos Guffey 51 MO MO MO - Physician, General practice
Sallie Leone Guffey 48 MO MO MO - Wife
Helen Leone Guffey 14 KS MO MO - Daughter
Nova T. Hutchinson 51 MO MO MO - Sister-in-law, Widow, Nurse


Don Carlos Guffey (age 74 born Missouri) and wife Sallie Thomas Guffey (age 72 born Missouri) sailed aboard the S. S. Queen Mary departing Cherbourg, France, on 6 August 1953 and arriving New York, New York, on 11 August 1953.
They showed their home address as 1008 Valentine Road in Kansas City, Missouri.




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Dr. Don Carlos Guffey, professor of obstetrics and gynecology in the Kansas University School of Medicine, lived near KUs Goat Hill campus and walked to work. Along his journey, Guffey passed through a relatively level 15-acre expanse owned by C.E. and Eliza Kern. Situated less than a mile south of Goat Hill at 39th and Rainbow Boulevard, and close to an interurban railway line that offered a direct connection to Lawrence, this property was known as the Kern tract. Guffey became convinced it was the perfect spot for the new location the governor wanted for the Medical School. Assigned to investigate the matter further, Guffey found out that the owners would reduce their $75,000 asking price for the land to $65,000 if it would become the location for the KU School of Medicine.

http://kuhistory.com/articles/we-cant-lose-the-medical-school/


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In 1928 in Kansas City, Hemingway gained a son and a novel insight

By BRIAN BURNES - The Kansas City Star
Date: 06/27/99 00:02

Ernest Hemingway faced two deadlines in June 1928.

One involved his unborn child. Hemingway's second wife, Pauline, was eight months pregnant.

The other involved his current manuscript.

As yet untitled, Hemingway had begun his story several months before in Paris. In it, a laconic, almost numb World War I ambulance driver is wounded. He begins an affair with a nurse in a Milan hospital. Soon the nurse is pregnant.

By June Hemingway wasn't sure how the novel, already being considered for serialization, would end.

But both deadlines would be met -- not in Paris, or in Milan -- but in Kansas City in the summer of 1928. This was the city where Hemingway became a journalist as a teen-ager a decade earlier and to which he would return from time to time for brief stays, even as he became a writer of almost unprecedented fame.

The book was published in 1929, 70 years ago, under the title A Farewell to Arms. The novel, perhaps Hemingway's most celebrated and examined, achieves an emotional climax with the difficult labor and the Caesarean delivery of the nurse Catherine Barkley's stillborn child.

Then Catherine dies.

Evidence suggests that Hemingway assembled the book's opening and middle passages from a smorgasboard of historical events and personal experiences. But the arrival of the author's real-life child, Patrick, apparently proved vivid to Hemingway, who weeks later incorporated an anxious delivery room drama into his novel's conclusion.

On June 28, 1928, Patrick Hemingway was delivered by Caesarean section at old Research Hospital.

Pauline had been in labor 18 hours. Her husband, who had missed the birth of his first son in 1923 while on assignment for the Toronto Star, may well have been riveted by the experience.

"Obviously, if my mother hadn't undergone that business here in Kansas City, my father wouldn't have written with as much detail and insight as he did," Patrick Hemingway said during a recent Kansas City visit.

Michael Reynolds, Hemingway biographer, goes further.

In Hemingway: The American Homecoming, the third volume in his five-book series on the author, Reynolds maintains that two events in 1928 prompted and ended A Farewell to Arms: an accident in Paris in March, when a falling bathroom skylight left a deep cut in Hemingway's forehead, and his son's Caesarean delivery that June.

The falling skylight roused Hemingway out of a writing block. It also, Reynolds said, seemed to spur him to confront the trauma he experienced driving an American Red Cross ambulance during World War I. Hemingway had been circling this material in his fiction and journalism for several years.

The birth of his son, meanwhile, gave Hemingway a conclusion to the book, as well as the verisimilitude the writer so prized.

"Down below, under the light, the doctor was sewing up the great long, forcep-spread, thick-edged, wound," Frederic Henry narrates in Chapter 41 of the novel. " ... I do not think I could have watched them cut, but I watched the wound closed into a high welted ridge with quick skillful-looking stitches like a cobbler's, and was glad."

The detailed description of the procedure suggests that Hemingway witnessed Patrick's birth.

Through close analysis of the novel and other materials, Reynolds also has concluded that before Hemingway arrived in Kansas City, he had not decided on any particular ending for the novel.

"Hemingway tended to avoid planning ahead, saying that it would ruin the story for him," Reynolds said.

The book originally might have ended with Henry's plunge into the Tagliamento River in Italy, as he tried to escape troops preparing to shoot him as a spy.

But the nature of Patrick's arrival probably changed that, Reynolds said.

"I still believe," Reynolds said, "that Pauline's operation was what triggered the ending."

`All those things'

The Hemingways arrived in Kansas City on June 14, 1928, because they wanted to have the child here.

The author's distractions were many. On June 15 he visited the Republican National Convention, then under way at Kansas City's convention hall.

There were visits to Don Carlos Guffey, the Kansas City obstetrician they chose to deliver the child. There were letters to answer from Hemingway friends in Paris as well as Maxwell Perkins, Hemingway's editor in New York.

Yet Hemingway continued thinking and writing about northern Italy during the autumn of 1917, keeping his focus on Frederic and Catherine.

"What I find incredible is all those things happening just when he really whipped that book into shape," Patrick said. "It just shows you that when people are really good, they can concentrate and get the work done no matter what the circumstances."

After Patrick's birth, the Hemingways stayed in Kansas City until mother and son were strong enough to travel. They left for her family's home in Piggott, Ark., on or around July 20.

During the preceding 35 days, Hemingway wrote the bulk of the novel's Book 3. That section details Frederic Henry's flight during the Italian retreat following the late October, 1917 breakthrough of Austrian and German troops at Caporetto, on the Isonzo River northwest of Venice.

"This narrative is often cited as the most compelling section of the novel," Reynolds said.

Hemingway awoke every morning to a warm and humid Kansas City. Then he sat down and summoned forth a cool autumn rain in northern Italy in 1917.

He achieved this through research -- checking maps and war histories -- and the distillation of personal experience.

One peril of reading Hemingway is just how close the arc of his life parallels those of his more memorable characters. The temptation is to read Hemingway fiction as pure biography.

The line between novel and memoir especially blurs in A Farewell to Arms. Hemingway, who himself drove an ambulance in Italy, was both wounded and in love with a hospital nurse in 1918.

But as Reynolds points out, Hemingway was no Frederic Henry.

A Farewell to Arms begins in 1915. The book's opening pages include Frederic's famous description of the marching soldiers whose loads of ammunition bundled beneath their capes make them appear "as though they were six months gone with child."

Hemingway never saw Italy until 1918. Nor had he experienced the battles Frederic describes or seen the terrain of Book 3.

Yet the events he invented while living in Kansas City were so realistic that Mussolini's Italian fascist government banned A Farewell to Arms in Italy.

Every step in the retreat, Reynolds said, is "incredibly accurate in its details, down to the specific weather, the various routes taken and the condition of the roads."

While Hemingway throughout the 1920s schooled himself in the events of the war, it's also likely that the author continued his research of the Italian retreat as late as June 1928.

"Somewhere in Kansas City he got some help," Reynolds said. "I would almost put money on it that he visited at The Star."

Then Patrick arrived.

Reading up

Hemingway, a doctor's son, knew about Caesarean sections. During the almost seven months he worked as a cub reporter at The Kansas City Star, in 1917 and 1918, part of his beat was General Hospital.

Yet his interest in obstretrics may have deepened after the war.

When he returned from Italy with his wounded leg, he spent his convalescence in his family's Oak Park, Ill., home. Hemingway read everything in his father's office. That included his father's copies of the American Medical Association journal.

That publication in 1918 and 1919 was full of articles on amputation, shock, traumatic neuroses and other miseries associated with the war.

There also were 35 papers on childbirth, as counted by Charles R. King, then a physician in the University of Kansas obstetrics and gynecology department, for a 1989 article in Obstetrics & Gynecology.

These included articles on stillbirth, birth trauma, nitrous oxide anesthesia for childbirth and hemorrhage as a cause of maternal death.

Of particular interest was a paper detailing the operative techniques and complications of Caesarean sections. The article was written by Joseph B. Delee, a Chicago obstretrician trained at the same medical college as Hemingway's father.

Today Patrick Hemingway remains unsure why his father didn't ask his own father -- Clarence Hemingway -- to deliver him. Clarence Hemingway delivered all six of his own children and in 1914 began listing obstetrics as his specialty.

"It was a touchy subject," Patrick Hemingway said. "It's an interesting family thing that I don't know the ins and outs of."

Kansas City relatives, meanwhile, may have suggested Guffey, an obstetrician thought to have performed the first Caesarean section in Kansas City.

Guffey, the first chairman of gynecology and obstetrics at the University of Kansas medicine school, also was an arts devotee. His Roanoke district neighbors included painter Thomas Hart Benton. Guffey also had a fondness for collecting fine editions of modern literature.

Such considerations may have helped Hemingway get into Pauline Hemingway's operating room on June 28.

"They finally had to open up Pauline up like a picador's horse to lift out Patrick," Hemingway wrote to a friend a month later. "It is a different feeling seeing tripas (insides) of a friend rather than those of a horse to whom you have never been introduced."

Birth, creation

By July 4, when Hemingway paused to write his mother and father, Patrick was thriving.

"He is very big strong and healthy," he wrote. "He is too big in fact as he nearly killed his mother. They had to do a cesaerian (sic) finally and I have been very worried about Pauline since but today her temperature is down to 99 and 8/10s and the gas distention is subsiding. She has suffered terribly."

About two weeks later, the Hemingways left for Piggott, Ark. Hemingway soon turned around and headed to Wyoming, where he began to compose the novel's ending.

Today a deluxe edition of A Farewell to Arms is held by the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Hemingway signed the book for Guffey, adding "with much admiration and grateful remembrance of a Caeserean(sic) that was beautifully done and turned out splendidly."

Patrick Hemingway never discussed with his father the precise role his birth played in the book's creation.

"I didn't know enough to ever ask him," the younger Hemingway said. "I should have.

"The best story I remember was later on, after my parents were divorced," Hemingway added. "Somehow my dad didn't remember my birthday, and my mother reminded him.

"He said, `Well, I always thought of it as more of an occasion for you than for him.' "

To reach Brian Burnes, history reporter for The Star, call (816) 234-7804 or send e-mail to bburnes@kcstar.com




Read more here: http://www.kcstar.com/hemingway/ehbirth.shtml#storylink=cpy 
Guffey, Don Carlos (P7658)
 
79



17 September 1850 census of Crawford County, IL, found the Guyer family living in dwelling #425:

Exum Guyer 60 NC - Farmer
Susanna Guyer 49 KY
John Guyer 17 IL - Farmer
Sarah A. Guyer 14 IL
Aaron Guyer 12 IL
Matilda Guyer 10 IL
William Guyer 7 IL 
Guyer, William (P43111)
 
80



17 September 1850 census of Crawford County, IL, found the Guyer family living in dwelling #425:

Exum Guyer 60 NC - Farmer
Susanna Guyer 49 KY
John Guyer 17 IL - Farmer
Sarah A. Guyer 14 IL
Aaron Guyer 12 IL
Matilda Guyer 10 IL
William Guyer 7 IL 
Guyer, Matilda (P43113)
 
81



17 September 1850 census of Crawford County, IL, found the Guyer family living in dwelling #425:

Exum Guyer 60 NC - Farmer
Susanna Guyer 49 KY
John Guyer 17 IL - Farmer
Sarah A. Guyer 14 IL
Aaron Guyer 12 IL
Matilda Guyer 10 IL
William Guyer 7 IL 
Guyer, Aaron (P43114)
 
82



17 September 1850 census of Crawford County, IL, found the Guyer family living in dwelling #425:

Exum Guyer 60 NC - Farmer
Susanna Guyer 49 KY
John Guyer 17 IL - Farmer
Sarah A. Guyer 14 IL
Aaron Guyer 12 IL
Matilda Guyer 10 IL
William Guyer 7 IL 
Guyer, John (P43115)
 
83



18 April 1870 census of Camden, Seward County, NE, found the Johnson family living in dwelling #79:

Orion Johnson 33 OH - Farmer
Isabella Johnson 34 MD
Thomas Johnson 2 NE



19 June 1880 census of Precinct O, Seward County, NE, found the Johnson family living in dwelling #85:

Isabell Johnson 44 MD PA MD - Married, Born in February
Thomas Johnson 12 NE OH MD - Son, Born in December
Ida Johnson 7 NE OH MD - Daughter, Born in February




18 June 1900 census of the town of O, Seward County, NE, found the Johnson family living in dwelling #266:

Thomas Johnson 12/1868 31 NE OH MD - Head, Single, Farmer
Isabella Johnson 2/1836 64 NE PA MD - Mother, Widow, 2 of 8 children still living 
Johnson, Thomas (P48022)
 
84



18 April 1910 census of Syracuse, Hamilton County, KS, found the Stevens and Griffin families living in dwelling #21 on Dyke Street. Amos and Anna Stevens said that they had been married 4 years and all 3 of their children were still living. Sarah Griffin, a widow, said that 3 of her 4 children were still living:

Amos W. Stevens 23 MO US US - Laborer, Railway roundhouse
Anna L. Stevens 21 OK NC IN - Wife
Eva F. Stevens 3 KS MO OK - Daughter
Floyd M. Stevens 1 9/12 KS MO OK - Son
Burl F. Stevens 6/12 KS MO OK - Son
Sarah H. Griffin 39 NC NC NC - Mother-in-law, Widow, Dressmaker - At home
Georgia E. Griffin 14 OK IN NC - Sister-in-law 
Stevens, Burl F. (P44348)
 
85



18 April 1910 census of Syracuse, Hamilton County, KS, found the Stevens and Griffin families living in dwelling #21 on Dyke Street. Amos and Anna Stevens said that they had been married 4 years and all 3 of their children were still living. Sarah Griffin, a widow, said that 3 of her 4 children were still living:

Amos W. Stevens 23 MO US US - Laborer, Railway roundhouse
Anna L. Stevens 21 OK NC IN - Wife
Eva F. Stevens 3 KS MO OK - Daughter
Floyd M. Stevens 1 9/12 KS MO OK - Son
Burl F. Stevens 6/12 KS MO OK - Son
Sarah H. Griffin 39 NC NC NC - Mother-in-law, Widow, Dressmaker - At home
Georgia E. Griffin 14 OK IN NC - Sister-in-law 
Stevens, Floyd M. (P44351)
 
86



18 April 1910 census of Syracuse, Hamilton County, KS, found the Stevens and Griffin families living in dwelling #21 on Dyke Street. Amos and Anna Stevens said that they had been married 4 years and all 3 of their children were still living. Sarah Griffin, a widow, said that 3 of her 4 children were still living:

Amos W. Stevens 23 MO US US - Laborer, Railway roundhouse
Anna L. Stevens 21 OK NC IN - Wife
Eva F. Stevens 3 KS MO OK - Daughter
Floyd M. Stevens 1 9/12 KS MO OK - Son
Burl F. Stevens 6/12 KS MO OK - Son
Sarah H. Griffin 39 NC NC NC - Mother-in-law, Widow, Dressmaker - At home
Georgia E. Griffin 14 OK IN NC - Sister-in-law 
Stevens, Eva Faye (P44352)
 
87



18 April 1910 census of Syracuse, Hamilton County, KS, found the Stevens and Griffin families living in dwelling #21 on Dyke Street. Amos and Anna Stevens said that they had been married 4 years and all 3 of their children were still living. Sarah Griffin, a widow, said that 3 of her 4 children were still living:

Amos W. Stevens 23 MO US US - Laborer, Railway roundhouse
Anna L. Stevens 21 OK NC IN - Wife
Eva F. Stevens 3 KS MO OK - Daughter
Floyd M. Stevens 1 9/12 KS MO OK - Son
Burl F. Stevens 6/12 KS MO OK - Son
Sarah H. Griffin 39 NC NC NC - Mother-in-law, Widow, Dressmaker - At home
Georgia E. Griffin 14 OK IN NC - Sister-in-law



3 January 1920 census of Independence, Montgomery County, KS, found Sarah living with her daughter Georgia Boulanger and family at 920 North Pennsylvania Avenue:

James V. Boulanger 27 OK OH OH - No employment
Georgia Etta Boulanger 24 OK IN NC - Wife
James Leo Boulanger 5 KS OK OK - Son
Sarah Griffin 49 NC NC NC - Mother-in-law, Widow, Servant - Private family 
Cavilkier, Sarah H. (P44354)
 
88



18 August 1860 census of Little Black, Randolph County, AR, found the Wood family living in dwelling #644:

John Woods 31 MO - Farmer
Eliza H. Woods 32 KY
Elizabeth Woods 13 MO
Hugh Woods 11 MO
Eliza J. Woods 9 MO
Mary L. Woods 7 MO
John M. Woods 5 MO
Alcey Woods 2 AR
Malindia Woods 18 MO - Domestic



7 July 1870 census of Cane Creek, Butler County, MO, found the Wood family living in dwelling #3:

Eliza H. Woods 48 KY
Eliza J. Woods 19 MO
Mary L. Woods 17 MO
James M. Woods 15 AR
Ailcy A. Woods 12 AR
Sophronia C. Woods 10 AR



19 June 1880 census of Johnson, Carter County, MO, found the Wood and Langley families living in dwelling #73:

John M. Wood 25 AR MO KY - Widowed, Farming
Eliza H. Wood 58 KY VA KY - Mother, Widow
Ailcy A. Wood 22 AR MO KY - Sister, Unoccupied
Joseph Langley 34 MI IL GA - Brother-in-law, Widowed, Laborer
James F. Langley 9 MO MO MO - Nephew
Asa E. Talbert 6 MO AR MO - Nephew 
Wood, Alsia A. (P26643)
 
89



18 August 1860 census of Little Black, Randolph County, AR, found the Wood family living in dwelling #644:

John Woods 31 MO - Farmer
Eliza H. Woods 32 KY
Elizabeth Woods 13 MO
Hugh Woods 11 MO
Eliza J. Woods 9 MO
Mary L. Woods 7 MO
John M. Woods 5 MO
Alcey Woods 2 AR
Malindia Woods 18 MO - Domestic



7 July 1870 census of Cane Creek, Butler County, MO, found the Wood family living in dwelling #3:

Eliza H. Woods 48 KY
Eliza J. Woods 19 MO
Mary L. Woods 17 MO
James M. Woods 15 AR
Ailcy A. Woods 12 AR
Sophronia C. Woods 10 AR 
Wood, Mary L. (P47205)
 
90



18 August 1860 census of Little Black, Randolph County, AR, found the Wood family living in dwelling #644:

John Woods 31 MO - Farmer
Eliza H. Woods 32 KY
Elizabeth Woods 13 MO
Hugh Woods 11 MO
Eliza J. Woods 9 MO
Mary L. Woods 7 MO
John M. Woods 5 MO
Alcey Woods 2 AR
Malindia Woods 18 MO - Domestic



7 July 1870 census of Cane Creek, Butler County, MO, found the Wood family living in dwelling #3:

Eliza H. Woods 48 KY
Eliza J. Woods 19 MO
Mary L. Woods 17 MO
James M. Woods 15 AR
Ailcy A. Woods 12 AR
Sophronia C. Woods 10 AR 
Wood, Eliza J. (P47206)
 
91



18 August 1860 census of Little Black, Randolph County, AR, found the Wood family living in dwelling #644:

John Woods 31 MO - Farmer
Eliza H. Woods 32 KY
Elizabeth Woods 13 MO
Hugh Woods 11 MO
Eliza J. Woods 9 MO
Mary L. Woods 7 MO
John M. Woods 5 MO
Alcey Woods 2 AR
Malindia Woods 18 MO - Domestic



7 July 1870 census of Cane Creek, Butler County, MO, found the Wood family living in dwelling #3:

Eliza H. Woods 48 KY
Eliza J. Woods 19 MO
Mary L. Woods 17 MO
James M. Woods 15 AR
Ailcy A. Woods 12 AR
Sophronia C. Woods 10 AR



19 June 1880 census of Johnson, Carter County, MO, found the Wood and Langley families living in dwelling #73:

John M. Wood 25 AR MO KY - Widowed, Farming
Eliza H. Wood 58 KY VA KY - Mother, Widow
Ailcy A. Wood 22 AR MO KY - Sister, Unoccupied
Joseph Langley 34 MI IL GA - Brother-in-law, Widowed, Laborer
James F. Langley 9 MO MO MO - Nephew
Asa E. Talbert 6 MO AR MO - Nephew 
Wood, John M. (P47207)
 
92



18 June 1870 census of Dover, Tuscarawas County, OH, found the Gray family living in dwelling #446:

Nicholas Gray 30 OH - School teacher
Mary Gray 28 OH - Wife
Leon C. Gray 2 OH - Son
Alonzo Gray 2/12 OH - Son, Born April 1870




5 June 1880 census of Locust, Christian County, IL, found the Gray family living in dwelling #54:

Nichalos Gray 42 OH OH OH - Farmer
Mary Gray 38 OH OH OH - Wife
Leon Gray 11 OH OH OH - Son
Alonza Gray 9 OH OH OH - Son
Della Gray 8 OH OH OH - Daughter
Nichalos Gray 5 IL OH OH - Son
Nellie Gray 3 IL OH OH - Daughter 
Gray, Leon C. (P43431)
 
93



18 June 1900 census of Janesville, Greenwood County, KS, found the Montgomery family living in dwelling #244. Charles and Rose said that they had been married 8 years and Rose said that 2 of her 3 children were still living:

Charles Montgomery 4/1863 37 IN IN IN - Farmer
Rose B. Montgomery 1873 27 IN Germany Germany - Wife
Albert Montgomery 9/1892 7 IN IN IN - Son
Freddie Montgomery 8/1895 4 IN IN IN - Son 
Montgomery, Albert (P46111)
 
94



18 June 1900 census of Janesville, Greenwood County, KS, found the Montgomery family living in dwelling #244. Charles and Rose said that they had been married 8 years and Rose said that 2 of her 3 children were still living:

Charles Montgomery 4/1863 37 IN IN IN - Farmer
Rose B. Montgomery 1873 27 IN Germany Germany - Wife
Albert Montgomery 9/1892 7 IN IN IN - Son
Freddie Montgomery 8/1895 4 IN IN IN - Son 
Montgomery, Fred Franklin (P46113)
 
95



2 April 1930 census of Artesia, Los Angeles County, CA, found the Williams family living in dwelling #18. Edel and Mary said that they were first married at ages 26 and 18 respectively:

Edel D. Williams 38 KS IL MO - Gopher trapper
Mary Belle Williams 40 MO OH IA - Gopher trapper



25 April 1940 census of Downey, Los Angeles County, Ca, found the Williams family living in dwelling #263. They said that they all lived at the same place on 1 April 1935:

Carl D. Williams 48 KS - Completed 3 years of high school education, Shoe maker - Shoe repair shop
Mary B. Williams 50 MO - Wife, 8 years of education
Lila M. Atin 9 CA - Grand daughter 
Williams, Carl D (P12184)
 
96



2 February 1920 census of Clarksville, Merrick County, NE, found the Thulin family living in dwelling #91:

Emil S. Thulin 34 NE Sweden Sweden - Farming
Fannie B. Thulin 24 IA IA IA - Wife
Virgil W. Thulin 5 NE NE IA - Son
Donald C. Thulin 3 8/12 NE NE IA - Son
Gerald R. Thulin 1 8/12 NE NE IA - Son




17 April 1940 census of Powell, Park County, WY, found the Thulin family living in dwelling #226 on Bent Street:

S. E. Thulin 56 NE - 5 years of education, Farmer - Own place
Fannie Thulin 44 IA - Wife, Completed 3 years of high school education
Donald Thulin 23 NE - Son, Single, Completed 2 years of high school education, Filling station attendant
Gerald Thulin 22 NE - Son, Single, Completed 2 years of high school education, Farming - Father's farm
Dean Thulin 18 NE - Son, Single, Completed 4 years of high school education
Richard Thulin 15 CO - Son, Completed 1 year of high school education
Betty Thulin 7 NE - Daughter, 1 year of education
Patty Lou Thulin 1 CO - Daughter 
Thulin, Gerald R. (P42489)
 
97



2 February 1920 census of Clarksville, Merrick County, NE, found the Thulin family living in dwelling #91:

Emil S. Thulin 34 NE Sweden Sweden - Farming
Fannie B. Thulin 24 IA IA IA - Wife
Virgil W. Thulin 5 NE NE IA - Son
Donald C. Thulin 3 8/12 NE NE IA - Son
Gerald R. Thulin 1 8/12 NE NE IA - Son




17 April 1940 census of Powell, Park County, WY, found the Thulin family living in dwelling #226 on Bent Street:

S. E. Thulin 56 NE - 5 years of education, Farmer - Own place
Fannie Thulin 44 IA - Wife, Completed 3 years of high school education
Donald Thulin 23 NE - Son, Single, Completed 2 years of high school education, Filling station attendant
Gerald Thulin 22 NE - Son, Single, Completed 2 years of high school education, Farming - Father's farm
Dean Thulin 18 NE - Son, Single, Completed 4 years of high school education
Richard Thulin 15 CO - Son, Completed 1 year of high school education
Betty Thulin 7 NE - Daughter, 1 year of education
Patty Lou Thulin 1 CO - Daughter 
Thulin, Donald Clark (P42490)
 
98



2 July 1870 census of Franklin, Mercer County, OH, found the Miller family living in dwelling #59:

Calvin Miller 32 OH - Farmer
Percilla 24 OH
William 11 OH - Helps on farm
Alexander 10 OH - Does chores
Benjamin 7 OH
Mary 1 OH
Mathias 5/12 OH - Born January 1870 
Croy, Priscilla (P66512)
 
99



2 June 1900 census of Carter, Carter County, MO, found the Tucker and Morelan families living in dwelling #14. Henry and Ella said that the had been married 6 years and both of their children were still living:

H. Y. Tucker 7/1872 27 MO TN MO - Hauling logs
Ella Tucker 7/1876 25 MO TN MO - Wife
Cenia Tucker 9/1895 4 MO MO MO - Daughter
Ina Tucker 11/1898 1 MO MO MO - Daughter
Mauda Morelan 10/1845 54 MO NC -- - Mother-in-law, Widow
Gertie Morelan 10/1887 12 MO MO TN - Sister-in-law



24 April 1930 census of Picher, Ottawa County, OK, found the Lowe family living in dwelling #387. Samuel and Ina said that they were first married at ages 27 and 21 respectively:

Samuel D. Lowe 37 MO US MO - Laborer, Zinc mine
Ina 31 MO US US
Bernadine 7 OK MO MO
Jeff 4 9/12 OK MO MO



15 April 1940 census of Picher, Ottawa County, OK, found the Lowe family living in dwelling #246 on North Pearl Street. They said that they all lived in Ellsinore, Carter County, MO, on 1 April 1935:

Delbert Lowe 47 MO - 3 years of education, Shoveler - Mining
Ina Lowe 41 MO - Wife, Completed 2 years of high school education
Bernadine Lowe 17 OK - Daughter, Completed 3 years of high school education
Jeff Lowe 14 OK - Son, 7 years of education 
Tucker, Ina Mary (P27539)
 
100



2 June 1900 census of Medfield, Norfolk County, MA, found the Reed family living in dwelling #38. Arthur and Ada said that they had been married 5 years and had no childrenL

Arthur E. Read 9/1861 38 MA MA MA - Mechanical engineer
Ada Read 5/1862 38 ME ME ME - Wife 
Reed, Arthur Elliot (P44251)
 

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