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Re: living Columbus,George Mason and wife Sarah ?
Posted by: Emil Lehenbauer (ID *****7763) Date: November 08, 2008 at 11:34:51
In Reply to: Re: living Columbus,George Mason and wife Sarah ? by Donna Kuhlman of 585

This is great ! Thank you so much ! We were having a hard time trying to find Katherine Mason who married to L.C. Brown. This will help. I was told that on one of her parents obit. she is listed as living in Hot Spring, New Mexico. I am a little confused about Ida Ellen Mason that married to William Elsworth Tull. They are living with her parents on the 1900 census she is 17. 1910 Has them in Columbus town
William E. Tull age 43 born Ind
wife Ida E. age 27 born Ind
dau Florence age 5 born Ind
son Frank age 3 born Ind
1920 has William Tull listed widow and daughter Florence age 16 is in a Orphans home in Columbus
1930 Columbus family 142
William Tull age 65 widow born IN father born Scot.
working at odd jobs. could not find child Frank. he was young and might have gotten adopted out.
Found William with he parent in 1870 Columbus,Bartholomew county family 135,page 18
Richard Tull age 26born Kty
wife Susan age 24 born IN
William E. age 5 born IN he was born in 1865
Female hard to make out Fhser C. age 2 born IN
1860 Father with his family Richard Tull
Bartholomew county,SandCreek Columbus P.O.
Richard Tull age 63 born DE
George age 20 born OH
Richard age 17 born Kty
John age 26 Married born OH
wife Amanda age 27 born IN
son Almzo age 2 born IN
Thanks again for the great help. Sure is fun to find all this out..Emil

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