Thanks so much sue.. but it looks like I sent you on a wild goose chanse... I misread the 1910 census... It wasn't Charles E. Williams, but Chant E. Williams (as in Chant Ebb Williams)... Thank you though, for posting the information on Charles williams since it may help someone else!!
Chant, apparently, is the brother of my Great-Grandmother Lillie Ann Williams (Children of Perry Williams and Sarah Ann Stevens). Lillie Williams married Charles Salvanis Millsap. And here is where it gets even more interesting -
Chant married Pearl Dillman, the widow of John R. Millsap (LDS record - AFN: D230-M4)(possibly my great Grandfather's Brother!), and took in her two daugthers, Fay and Elva or Elba Millsap.
They moved to Oskaloosa City, Iowa, and there were three other children (Erwin or Ervin, son(9), Morie, daughter (7), and Ethel, daughter (5)) in the house in the 1920 census. Fay and Elva/Elba were listed as daughters, and servants.
I also found a WWI Registration card in his name. He DOB is listed as 4 December 1878, and his occupation is Farm Laborer working for Claude Vinton. His next of kin is listed as Pearl Williams, and their Permanant Home address is listed as Whitten, Hardin, Iowa.
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