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Re: Allens

Posted: 13 Sep 2010 5:57PM GMT
Classification: Query
Well the reason I think there was a William Thomas in their family is because of family records not Census or other government records. I did see the 1900 Census that says by 1900 that they had had 4 children but only 3 were still living. Perhaps the child that died was William Thomas and therefore he never went to Canada. My family records say that William Thomas was born 14 June 1892. I do know they had another son who died right after the 1900 US Census at 2 years old, but his name was not Cornelius it was Clarence Russel. I found a death record and headstone for him. I just find it's interesting that there is no death record or headstone for the child that they did lose before the 1900 Census, since there is one for the one they lost just after. They actually went on to have 3 more sons and then a daughter for their youngest not another son. The part that I find weird is that I always heard growing up from my Mom (she also heard it growing up) that the 4 oldest sons went to Canada, and now it seems that the only one who went may have been George Calvin.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
mrsdustin02 27 Aug 2010 7:58PM GMT 
sstanger1 12 Sep 2010 8:16PM GMT 
mrsdustin02 14 Sep 2010 12:08AM GMT 
sstanger1 14 Sep 2010 1:36AM GMT 
Katiemccue34 13 Sep 2010 3:18PM GMT 
Katiemccue34 13 Sep 2010 10:11PM GMT 
mrsdustin02 13 Sep 2010 11:57PM GMT 
mrsdustin02 14 Sep 2010 12:09AM GMT 
Katiemccue34 14 Sep 2010 6:30AM GMT 
singlikeno1is... 6 May 2012 8:06PM GMT 
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