Sunday, August 14, 2011

Census Sunday: Great-Great, Part 3

Since my great-grandparents were still living with their parents in 1910 and I already covered this generation of ancestors, you can read about them here.  And, this is also the case for the 1900 US census.  You can read about them here.

So, here they are in the 1880 or 1881 (with the exception of the four who were still in Italy):

John Grant Allen
I haven't been able to find him in 1880.  He would have been about ten and was likely living in Trumbull County, Ohio where the rest of his family was.  Twelve years separated John from his next oldest surviving sibling and by 1880 all but John seem to have established their own household.  The exception is his brother, Robert, who was living with their father in 1880.  They were working as laborers in Niles and John was probably with them though not enumerated.

Marion A. Wood
Charles S. Wood Family
1881 Census of Canada
McKillop, Huron Centre, Ontario
Marion was ten and living with her parents, Charles S. Wood and Diadame Beam, and her siblings.  While Diadame was a native Canadian and Charles had spent the majority of his life there, Marion and several of her siblings were born in the US.  The family had relocated back to Canada around 1876 and came back to the US not long after this census.

1881 Census of Canada, McKillop, Huron Centre, Ontario, population schedule, district 174, subdistrict E, division 2, p. 79, family #341, Marion Wood; digital images, Ancestry.com (ancestry.com : accessed 13 June 2011); Library and Archives Canada microfilm C-13273.




Frederick Rendle Croad
Frederick Rendle Croad
1881 England Census
Midsomer Norton, Somerset
Fred was fifteen and working as a laborer.  He was over forty miles away from home and his family.  While he is listed as a 'labourer' many of the people on the page were in the mining industry and I have to wonder if Fred was as well.  Where he was living, in Midsomer Norton, was in Somerset's coalfield.

1881 England Census, Somerset, Midsomer Norton, District 1a, RG 11, Piece 2428, Folio 7, p. 9, household 204, Frederick Croad (lodger); digital images, Ancestry.com (ancestry.com : accessed 4 August 2011); The National Archives of the UK, GSU roll 1341584.


Mary Stokes
George Stokes Family
1881 Wales Census
Pontypridd, Glamorgan
Mary was thirteen and at home with her parents.  Her father, George was a coker and both her parents were originally from Somerset.  Mary's occupation is given as 'scholar' and she was able to speak both English and Welsh.

1881 Wales Census, Glamorgan, Llanwonno, District 18, RG 11, Piece 5296, Folio 41, p. 85, household 376, George Stokes (head); digital images, Ancestry.com (ancestry.com : accessed 7 August 2011); The National Archives of the UK, GSU roll 1342274.



Heman Doyle Shinn and Emma Sophia Tock
See here.

Lauren Everett Healey
Comfort Healey Family, p. 2
1880 US Census
Centerville, Alameda, California
Lauren was two months shy of his seventh birthday and was at home with his parents and siblings.  His father, Comfort, was listed as 'farmer' and originally from Nova Scotia.  Many of the family's neighbors were also relatives, all connected to Ebenezer Haley who was the first in the family to come out to California.  NOTE: The family is divided over two pages, parents on 517B and children on 518C.

1880 US Census, Alameda County, California, population schedule, Centerville, enumeration district (ED) 24, p. 517B and 518C, dwelling 276, family 281, Comfort Haley (head); digital images, Ancestry.com (ancestry.com : accessed 12 August 2011); NARA microfilm publication T9, roll 62.



Katherine Nielsen
Niels C. Nielsen Family
1880 US Census
Eden Twp., Alameda, California
Katherine was four and with her parents and sister in 1880.  They were living in Mt. Eden which was later absorbed into present-day Hayward. Her father, Niels, is listed as a laborer.  Most of the people enumerated with the family also seem to have North Frisia Danish roots.

1880 US Census, Alameda County, California, population schedule, Eden Township, enumeration district (ED) 23, p. 476B, dwelling 287, family 288, Niels Nielsen (head); digital images, Ancestry.com (ancestry.com : accessed 13 August 2011); NARA microfilm publication T9, roll 62.



John W. Berger and Susanna vonAllmen
John W. Berger Family
1880 US Census
South Bend, Saint Joseph, Indiana
John and Susanna were living in South Bend with their children were John was a minister.  NOTE: The family is divided over two pages, parents on 470D, children on 471A.

1880 US Census, Saint Joseph County, Indiana, population schedule, South Bend, enumeration district (ED) 163, p. 470D, dwelling 746, family 867, John Berger (Head); digital images, Ancestry.com (ancestry.com : accessed 13 August 2011); NARA microfilm publication T9, roll 309.





George Washington Wellons and Mary Anna Webb
George W. Wellons Family
1880 US Census
Animas City, La Plata, Colorado
George and Mary were living in Animas City (mistranscribed as 'Ammas City' by Ancestry.com) with their children in 1880.  George is listed as a 'farmer.'  Also on the same page are Julius A. and Martha (Webb) Nicholson - the sister and brother-in-law of Mary.

1880 US Census, La Plata County, Colorado, population schedule, Animas City, enumeration district (ED) 65, p. 572C, dwelling 37, family 49, George Wellons (Head); digital images, Ancestry.com (ancestry.com : accessed 13 August 2011); NARA microfilm publication T9, roll 91.

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