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Re: James Monroe Murray b. 1874?
Posted by: Joan E. Rambo (ID *****8863) Date: June 09, 2005 at 18:41:37
In Reply to: James Monroe Murray b. 1874? by Dr. Jerome Murray of 65474

1910 census 1012 Pennsylvania, Dallas, Dallas Co, TX:

Murray, James M., h, 34, M(1) 14 yrs, b MS, U.S., MS
" Cora,m w, 28, M(1) 14 yrs, 6 ch, 5 lvg, b TX, U.S., TX
" Albert M., s, 9, b TX
" Euna, d, 6, b TX
" Eunice, d, 6, b TX [assume these are twins]
" William C., s, 4, b TX
" F. Cambridge, s, 1, b TX

1920 census Bryan Co, OK:

Murray, James, h, 45, md, b MS, U.S., U.S.
" Cora, w, 39, md, b TX, TX, TX
" Euna, d, 16, b TX
" Eunice, d, 16, b TX
" William C., s, 13, b TX
" Cambridge, s, 11, b TX
" Vernoln,m s, 9, b TX
" Bernice, d, 8, b TX
" Raymon[sic], s, 3, b OK

Since you know when and where James died, you can obtain a copy of his death certificate, which should show the names of his parents. Or, if he had a Soc Sec card/number, you can obtain a copy of the application he filled out and it should have the names of his parents, his residence at the time of application and other data, too.

Happy Hunting (^_^)

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