Ted Pack asked in Arts & HumanitiesGenealogy · 4 years ago

How about a genealogy challenge - John Smith, 1920?

I'm stuck again. Anybody want a challenge? I've got all kinds of records on these folks, EXCEPT the 1920 census. I don't need B, M, D or Find-a-Grave; just the 1920 census. Thanks.

1900, Shady Spring, Raleigh, West Virginia

Smith, John R, head, Nov 1866, 83, Va, Va, WV

[Nov 1866 is right, so John is 43, not 83]

Smith, Rebecca L, wife, Jul 1869, 30, WV, Va, WV

Smith, Dole [Dale], son, Sep 1894, 5, WV, Va, WV

Smith, Hallie, dau, Dec 1899, 5/12, WV, Va, WV

Pack, Martha, sister-in-law, May 1840, 60, wid, WV, Va, Va

[Martha is Rebecca's step-mother, not John's S-in-L]

1910, Shady Spring, Raleigh, West Virginia

Smith, John R, head, 43, Va, Va, Va

Smith, Rebeca L, wife, 39, WV, WV, WV

Smith, <Unreadable>, dau, 10, WV, Va, WV [Hallie]

Smith, Laruie E, dau, 9, WV, Va, WV [Ruie]

Smith, Ray L [E], son, 7, WV, Va, WV

Smith, Tilman J [Tillman], son, 4, WV, Va, WV

Smith, Martha, step-mother, 71, wid, Va, Va, Va

[Martha is Martha Pack, same as 1900.]

1930, Shady Spring, Raleigh, West Virginia

Smith, John R, head, 63, Va, Va, Va, General Manager, Dairy farm

Smith, Rebecca L, wife, 60, WV, Va, Va

Smith, Tilden J [Tillman], son, 22, WV, Va, WV, Deliveryman, Grocery Store

Snuffer, Wilmer, son-in-law, 34, WV, WV, WV, Civil Engineer, General practice

Snuffer, Raye [Ruie] V, dau, 29, WV, Va, WV

Wilmer was 28 at first marriage, Raye 22.

["Snuffer" really is his name.]

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  • Ashley
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    4 years ago
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    I've been trying, but coming up blank so far. LOVE Wilmer Snuffer, though!

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    • Ashley
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      4 years agoReport

      I hate picking BA here, because everyone is so helpful. I always want to pick them all!

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  • 4 years ago

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    Source(s): All Records Search Database - http://AnyRecords.oruty.com/?BufA
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  • 4 years ago

    I stabbed at it, using Tillman for search.. no dice. Either familysearch failed on the transcribing or they were hiding/ missed.

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