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Re: is this info right?
Posted by: J Christiansen (ID *****5526) Date: August 14, 2012 at 18:53:42
In Reply to: Re: is this info right? by janet pease of 33

I know what you mean about having to "be creative" sometimes when searching!

I looked for John and Emma Stoffel (Stoeffel) in 1920 but did not find them. Found a much older John Stoffel but not the John b 1890. So that 1930 and 1940 census is the only record found (so far).

Emma Points is found in 1910 but not thereafter. Her husband Thomas Point(s)is called a widower in 1920.

Haven't yet searched Ohio for Emma's family in census in 1860.

The earliest record for "your" Emma posted in this thread is the 1870 census, where she is age 6. That makes her born about 1864.

I find her an unlikely wife for a man born 1890.

The 1895 census with Thomas Points says that Emma was born in Cedar County, Iowa.

Very confusing contradictions. You are sure it's the same Emma who married the two Points brothers?

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