In the 1850 Census, Benj Rachliff is living in the household of Beng and Betsy Ruchliff in (Plantation) Letter “F”, Aroostook, Maine.
In the 1860 Census, Benjamin Rackliffe (age 30), is living in Presque Isle, with his wife Permelia (age 25) and daughters Clarrissa (age 3) and Lucinda (age2).
Benjamin Rackliffe entered military service in 1863, in Presque Isle. In 1864, he was transferred to the U.S. Veteran Reserve Corps.
In the 1870 Census, Amelia Hall (age35) is living with her new husband Enoch Hall in Lydon. The family includes Clarice (age 13), Lucinda (age 12), Eugene P. (age 7), and Mary E. (age 6) Racklief.
In the 1880 Census, Pamulia Hall (age45) is living with her husband Enoch in Caribou. The family includes children Eliza (age 16) and Eugen P Hall (age 17).
In the 1900 Census, Pamelia Hall (age 65) is living with her husband Enoch in the household of George B. and Carrie Buck. The record indicates that Pamelia and Enoch have been married for 34 years (1866), and that she is the mother of 6 children, of which 4 are still living.
Also in the 1900 Census, Eugene P. Rackliff (age 37) is living in Lake, Price County, Wisconsin. He is shown to be married but no wife is shown in the enumeration.
In the 1910 Census Eugene P Rackliff (age 45) and his wife Minnie (age 40) are living in Atkin, Atkin County, Minnesota. The enumeration indicates that both Eugene and Minnie have been married twice.
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