Where do I find census records on the following names?
The parents of Margaret Eubanks were: Edward R. Eubanks and Clara (Fritz). Edward was born in Benton, Ill., married between 1882-1902 in DuQuoin, Perry County, Ill. and passed away in West Frankfort, Franklin County, Ill.
All we know of Clara Fritz is that she is buried in Tamaroa, Perry County, Ill. and that her mother was possibly an orphan that was inforally adopted by an aunt and uncle.
Margaret Eubanks married Vernon Ralph Lee on March of 1922 in Centralia. Margaret Eubanks was born April 9, 1902 in Little Rock, Pulaski county, Arkansas. She had brothers, twins, Ed & Ted. Margaret passed away on March 8, 1993 in Normal, Ill.
Vernon Ralph Lee was born Jan. 26, 1895 in Mt. Vernon, Jefferson county, Ill. Died Oct. 1969 in West Franklfort, Franklin County, Ill.
Margaret and Vernon were my grandparents on my father's sid
- TinaLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
1930 United States Federal Census about V R Lee
Name: V R Lee
Home in 1930: Frankfort, Franklin, Illinois
Estimated birth year: abt 1895
Relation to Head of House: Head
Spouse's name: Margaret
Age at first marriage:
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members: Name Age
V R Lee 35
Margaret Lee 27
Richard Lee 2 5/12
Fada R Lee 1 2/12
U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 about Vernon Ralph Lee
Name: Vernon Ralph Lee
Birth Date: 26 Jan 1895
Birth Place: MT Vernon
Residence: West Frankfort, Illinois
Social Security Death Index about Vernon Lee
Name: Vernon Lee
Last Residence: 62896 West Frankfort, Franklin, Illinois, United States of America
Born: 26 Jan 1895
Died: Oct 1969
State (Year) SSN issued: Illinois (Before 1951)
I believe more could be found, I just am not familiar enough with your familiy to be able to tell if I have the right family but I believe these records belong with your Vernon Ralph Lee.
Your public libraries will most likely have both Ancestry.com and Heritage Quest.com free for anyone to use while at the library and with a library card you should be able to use Heritage Quest at home. Both of these will give you access to all of the US Federal Census records..Source(s): Sources in text of answer.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
I have spent a lot of time researching how to obtain public records on people and discovered there are essentially two ways to do it.
The Free Way –
You will first need some basic information on the person such as their full name and different counties they have lived in. Once you get this data, check out a list of the court houses in the areas the person has lived. The court houses will never give you any information on the phone so you need to go down and request the information in person.
Hopefully you have selected the correct court house which is storing the records you would like to view (sometimes this can be a crapshoot). Some places will only let you look at the records at the court while others will make a copy for free or for a minor fee.
The Other Way –
For folks who do not have the time to act like a private investigator, for a small fee you can access an online data base of public records which stores information on all citizens in all 50 states. While it’s not free, for the amount of time it can actually save you the service is quite a bargain.
The results can be obtained within minutes. The service also offers a full 60 day guarantee, so if you are unhappy you have two months to get a refund.
The service I have used with the most success is Spyspace - http://spyspace.org/
Simply enter their first and last name and get a free instant preview of the results.
- kpfrombcLv 51 decade ago
1910 US CENSUS - Tamaroa, Perry, Illinois
Edward R Eubank b. 1869 IL (married 13 years)
Clara Eubank b. 1874 KY (has had 6 chidren, 5 are living)
Frank Eubank b. 1898 IL
Margart Eubank b. 1902 AR
Edward Eubank b. 1906 IL
Charles Eubank b. 1906 IL
Virginia Eubank b. 1909 (6 mos old) ILSource(s): ancestry.com
- kathleenLv 61 decade ago
That is really cool that you have all that information. you can get more from the county itself check out the paperwork that they have. there has to be a birth record for Clara Fritz somewhere. were the aunt and uncle fritz?
I don't know how to help you but you sound like you know what you are doing anyway
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- 1 decade ago
www.ancestry.com has all the census records from 1790 to 1930. Also Marriage, birth, military, immigration, property deeds. Signing up is worth the price.