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George and Novella C. DAMERON -- 1920 Census

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George and Novella C. DAMERON -- 1920 Census

Posted: 20 Jan 2006 9:16AM GMT
Classification: Lookup
Edited: 25 Jan 2006 11:27PM GMT
Surnames: VAULNER/VOLNER/LASSITER/GRAVES/TANNER/ROBERTS/BUNCH and a lot more.....
I am looking for any and all information on the following DAMERON family listed on the 1920 census for Battlefield Station, Wilson Township, Green County, MO:

DAMERON, George: head, male, white, 45, born AR, NC, TN, works on the railroad
DAMERON, Novella C: wife, female, white, 35, born AR, MS, AR
DAMERON, George L. : son, male, white, 13, born AR
DAMERON, Helen A.: daughter, female, white, 11, born AR
DAMERON, Eva M. : daughter, female, white, 9, born AR
DAMERON, Martha A. : mother,female, white, 68, born TN, GA, NC

I think this may be the Dawson/Damron/Dameron family I have been searching to find. I am hoping to find out if Novella C. is Novella C. VAULNER who married a George L. "Dawson" in Newport, Jackson County, AR. The surname of George has been said to be Dawson/Damron/Dameron/Dawron. On the marriage certificate, Novella's name was transcribed wrong and I think George's may have been transcribed wrong also.

If anyone had any information at all on this family, or can help me find any further information on this family, I would GREATLY appreciate it. Please email me direct at bgraves34@texoma.net with any information available.

Thank you,
Bonnie Graves

www.vaulner.familymoment.com
www.gilbertgraves.familymoment.com

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