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Help reading a census, names are not clear

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Help reading a census, names are not clear

Posted: 12 May 2010 1:01PM GMT
Classification: Query
I'm having trouble reading some names on this census:

(1910 U.S. Census)
TEXAS , TARRANT, 12-WD FORT WORTH
Series: T624 Roll: 1591 Page: 211

I trying to read the names starting on line 23 to 33.

I think there was an error in the transcription.

This how the names are Indexed:
#23 E G Covone age 43 Female Head
#24 Norah Covone age 23 Daughter (My Great Great Grandmother?)
#25 Abbey Covone age 20 Daughter
#26 Frank Covone age 18 Son
#27 Bane Covone age 7 Son
#28 Fred Covone age 5 Son
#29 Tonnie Baston age 4 (i'm sure this Tommie Baxter) Grandson
#30 Howard Battie age 1 (i'm sure this Howard Baxter, My G grandfather) Grandson
#31 Walton Crain age 22 Boarder
#32 Henry Crain age 20 Boarder
#33 Fanny Grin age 17 Boarder

In lines 23-28, I dont think there names are really Covone.
Line 30, Howard Baxter, should be my Great Grandfather. I have his mother's name (line 24?) as Nora Augustine Irwin, Or Nora Augusta Arvin.

I've looked at this every which way. But I figure out what those names are.
Maybe someone out there can read it better than me, or has a clearer copy to read from.

Thanks
Charles



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