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Re: 1930 Texas Census Look-up, York
Posted by: Karen Sherman (ID *****5024) Date: January 06, 2004 at 10:52:27
In Reply to: 1930 Texas Census Look-up, York by Carletta of 65444

Hi Carletta.

I checked the 1930 census for you. This looks to me like Martha and Floyd;
1930 Texas, Stonewall County, Precinct 1, ED 2, Page 2B
Dwelling 36/Family 36 (rents farm)
Wm. C. Moorhead, head, white, 28 or 29, married, age 17 at first marriage, reads, writes, he and parents b TX, farmer
Martha A. J., wife, white, 29, married, age 18 at first marriage, reads, writes, she and parents b TX
Lizzie Lee Moorhead, daughter, white, 10, attends school, b TX
Wesley, son, white, 8, attends school, b Oklahoma
W.C. Jr., son, white, 7, attends school, b TX
Margaret Louisette, daughter, white, 4, b TX
Orban J. Z., son, white, 2 yrs 4 months, b TX
James W., father, white, 52, married, age 21 at first marriage, reads, writes, he and parents b TX, farmer
Floyd York, brother-in-law, white, 27, single, reads, writes, he and parents b TX, farmer

I didn't find a Minnie or Alexander York of the appropriate ages in Texas. There were also too many Samuel Yorks to find him without a birth year.

A quick check for a Sarah or Sara Pritchett didn't turn up anything either. She would have been quite old in the 1930 census, if she lived that long.

Good luck!
Karen


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