In the 1880 census, Alice Boswell and Richard Simmons were enumerated in the home of J. A. Oneal. She was listed as a “cousin.” Does anyone know anything more about Alice Boswell and her relationship to the Oneal family?
Van Zandt County, Texas, 1880 Federal Census:
Dwelling 160, Family 164:
J. A. Oneal, W, M, [head of household], M, 45, grocer, Miss, SC, Miss
Mary J. Oneal, W, F, wife, 42, M, Tenn, Tenn?, Tenn?
R. Rogers, 16, W, M, nephew, at school, Texas, Miss, Miss
Thos Rogers, 15, W, M, nephew, at school, Texas, Miss, Miss
Allice Boswell, 16, W, F, cousin, S, - -, Texas, VA, Miss
Anna Oneal, B, F, 55, Serv't, widowed/divorced, cook, Miss, [blank], [blank]
R. Simmons, W, M, 21, Boarder, S, butcher, Eng, Eng, Eng
Martin Dees, W, M, 27, hireling, S, working farms, Tex
Silas, Moon, W, M, 22, hireling, S, working farms, Ill
Alice Boswell married Richard Simmons in Van Zandt County, Texas, on 6 Jul 1880. She was the daughter of John Boswell of Smith County, Texas. Her siblings were Mary, John, Sarah Malissa, Elizabeth, and Francis (Fannie). Apparently, Alice died before 1882.
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