Betty, thank you for the help and yes it is help; Was talking with my dad about this recently and he indicated he was some kind of office eqpt repairman or something like that and added the info about the Boxing Commission I thought could be of help. He remembers him from when he was a small boy; Neil was about my Granddad's age. Those addresses are in Abilene if I'm reading it right and Lula M would have been his wife? I actually had luck last night and got on a streak and found John G. & Harriette "Hattie" Tucker Bradshaw in census reports of 1900, '10 & '20 but lose them after that; Neal was listed in 1900 as being born in TX (all the children were) in Jan 1896; they were in Nolan Co at that time. In 1910 they were in Runnels Co and there is a 14 yr old Walter listed so maybe he was Neal Walter or Walter Neal. Then in 1920 they were in Eastland Co and 24 yr old Neal is listed...and I'm just realizing you had him "Neal W." so that has to be it! I couldn't find him in '30 census report but will refocus on Taylor Co thanks to your help; hoping someone else out there is also reading this that can add even more! I will post the census reports hopefully later tonight in case it will help another descendant connect with them/me. Thanks so much again, Sandra
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