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Re: Lost Aunt Liddie...Found in 1920 Census
Posted by: Karen Sherman (ID *****5024) Date: September 11, 2002 at 13:33:07
In Reply to: Lost Aunt Liddie... by jan brodie of 65474

Hi Jan.

Your Aunt Liddie was definitely living in Hunt County in 1920. Here she is in the census:

1920 Texas, Hunt County, Precinct 2, ED 130
166 167
Farm (renting)
Thomas K. Whitten, Head, 42, born Ark, father born SC, mother born Alabama
Liddie, Wife, 42, born Oklahoma, father born unknown, mother born Ok
Ludie, Daughter, 21, born Tex
Bob, Son, 16, born Tex
Lettis, Daughter, 14, born Tex
Luther, Son, 10, born Arkansas

Good luck with your search!

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