try this; Tallent and Rollent
the "T" could be a "R"
the "a" could be a "o"
different people have different ways of cursive penmanship writting...IF it is not written in print letters...
never say never in family research..
I've seen capital letters T and J and other letters that
Census Takers; are going different places and usually the
census form is on a clip-board and something strong to hold the census form paper. Handwritting; cursive penmanship isn't always what IT SHOULD BE for clear understandable reading.
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