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Re: 1920 Census for Childress County
Posted by: dave Allen (ID *****3917) Date: June 29, 2006 at 10:07:10
In Reply to: Re: 1920 Census for Childress County by Vonna Simpson of 147

Vonna, thanks for the reply. I had most of the info., but not the 1910 census. It sure helps, as I had mixed ages for one of dad's brothers, and this supports what I had believed to be true.
Yes, my dad (Arthur Lee) had been married before he married my mother (Lillian), to Grace E. (?) and I guess I'll never find Grace's last name. I may try writing to some of the county seats, to see if they were legally married, but him being in the oilfield work, if they were legally married, it could have been in any Texas county.
The report from One World Tree is on my wife's report. I don't know how they got the 'aol' on the address, as it should have been hotmail.com . Guess I'd best try to get that cleared up.
Thanks for your help, and best regards......Dave.


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