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Don't know if this will help you or not but...1920 census dated January 30 & 31, 1920 for Bloomfield Township, Huron County, Supervisor District 7, Enumeration District 3, Sheet 9B shows: Nicholas miller age 68, farmer, Stagia (not sure on the spelling since the handwriting was so hard to read) age 63, son George age 25, son Victor 24, daughter Verna age 16. Next farm: August Miller age 29, wife Maggie age 23, daughter Freda (not sure on this name, once again handwriting problem) age 3 yr. 4 mos.; son Edward age 1 yr, 10 mos; sister in law Sophia age 18. I thought it was interesting that Victor was listed at his parents home and Sophie was listed as living with Victors brother.
They appear in 1930 census dated 4-15-1930 (census notes that they were interviewed May 1st) Seney Township, Schoolcraft County, Supervisor District 2, Enumeration District 77-11, Sheet 1A. Victor age 33 (married at age 23)employed as laborer on Steam Rail Road Section; Sophie age 28 (married at age 18) son Edward or possibly Edgar age 8 and son Irving age 2 yrs 10mos.
World War I draft registeration card dated June 5 (no year) shows his birthdate as 10-17-1895. He was employed on farm by Nick Miller. He was medium height, medium weight, light hair, blue eyes.