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Re: 1920 TX census, Henry Padgett
Posted by: karen storms (ID *****7271) Date: August 23, 2002 at 12:36:26
In Reply to: Re: 1920 TX census, Henry Padgett by Karen Sherman of 65474

Hi to you again also,

My, you have been productive. My Henry was supposedly born in SC about 1878 or 1879 so he would have been about 42 in 1920. The one boarder that you found who was born in SC was only 29 in 1920. Yes, this is frustrating. I would love to find my Henry. I have talked several times with his only surviving child and told her that I would do my best to find out about her father. We know nothing about Henry other than he was born in SC, probably the Charleston area, until he married Carrie McCarley about 1920. Their son, James, was born in April 1921. I will let you know if I find anything. Thanks for your help.

Most gratefully,
Karen Storms

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