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I did some searching without any luck. I also had problems with 1920 but it
was in Dunkirk, Chautauqua, New York. I was looking for my father and his
parents who I knew were there at that time. The family name was Schmitz. For
some unknown reason, either the census taker or the transcriber of the cards to
the sheet goofed and wrote the surname as Schrantz which is a totally
different Soundex number. Finding folks in censuses can sometimes present challenges
- I am sorry I couldn't find him for you.
In a message dated 11/12/2004 10:01:03 PM Mountain Standard Time,
I have been trying to find an Alvin Grant (A.G.) and Alice Ladora (Truitt)
Tatum in the 1920 Census with no luck. Alvin (b. abt 1871) and Alice (b. abt
1876) were living across the border in 3-WD Bridgeport, Lawrence County,
Illinois in 1910 and in Vincennes, Knox County, Indiana in 1930. Can someone
help me find them in the 1920 Census. I have tried searches for Tatom and
Tatum and both with 2 T's, but no luck.
I have been trying to find an Alvin Grant (A.G.) and Alice Ladora (Truitt) Tatum in the 1920 Census with no luck. Alvin (b. abt 1871) and Alice (b. abt 1876) were living across the border in 3-WD Bridgeport, Lawrence County, Illinois in 1910 and in Vincennes, Knox County, Indiana in 1930. Can someone help me find them in the 1920 Census. I have tried searches for Tatom and Tatum and both with 2 T's, but no luck.
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According to the Lawrence Co., Ill. Cem. Bk. by Irene Black;
Byron Glover; 1900-1951, buried beside; Mary Emma Glover; 1899-1937;
Harry Glover; 1887-1958, buried beside; Arabella Glover 1889-1970, she is
buried beside Ray Eddington Glover GM-3, USNR, W.W. II. June 10, 1916-April
Harry Oliver Glover; Sgt. Co., F, 6th Ill. Inf. W.W.I.
Nov. 20, 1893-Aug. 8, 1955. He is buried beside;
Lulu I. Glover, 1871-1950, she is buried beside; George W. Glover,
1863-1944. Lawrencevillle Cem.
They are all buried in the Lawrenceville Cem. but in different sections of
Hope this helps.
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Sent: Saturday, November 06, 2004 3:01 PM
Subject: ILLAWREN-D Digest V04 #20
I'd be grateful to have exact death dates for brothers Harry and Byron
Glover, son of George and Lula (Workman) Glover, who died, most likely
1950-1964 in Lawrenceville.
Many thanks for your help, and best wishes to you.
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