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Stephen R. SMITH in the 1910 Census
Posted by: D. Dooling (ID *****8117) Date: November 29, 2002 at 13:55:51
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I hope some one can help me.

Andrew K. and Margaret SMITH, nee MARCELLE married in the 1880's, or early 1890's in southwestern Pensylvania. They had at least two children: Stephen and Vera (or Verna).

Their son, Stephen Raymond Smith, was born in Windber, PA in 1898.

Sometime between 1898 and 1916 they moved to Ohio. Does this sound familiar to any one?

Then, in 1916, Stephen Smith, at age 17, enlisted in the U.S. Army out of Marion, Ohio. He was part of the 166th Infantry Regiment, which was part of the 42nd Infantry Division, the “Rainbow Division,”

My research on Stephen Smith yielded an interesting story that I was fortunate to get published in Stars and Stripes Magazine early this month (November 10th). The article can be seen at the following web address:

I still do not know anything more about Stephen Smith. I am hoping some one can please check the Census for Ohio in 1910 to see if Stephen’s family can be found somewhere in Ohio ? I Checked in Pennsylvania and they are not found there.

Thank you for any help. My e-mail address is: rodo2 (no spaces)


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