SATURDAY NIGHT GENEALOGY FUN: WHERE WERE YOUR ANCESTORS IN 1920?

Saturday afternoon always brings Randy Seaver’s Saturday Night Genealogy Fun challenge and here it is:

  1. Where did your ancestral families reside in 1920? Do you know their addresses or locations? Have you visited the home? Who was enumerated in the 1920 in each family? Are any of your ancestral families missing from the 1920 U.S. Census even if they should be in the census?

Here are my ancestors:

  1. Grandparents: John Wesley Hunter and wife, Honor (Herndon), my paternal grandparents had been married for eight years. Children were Naioma, Nira G, Narvard (my father) and Marshall. My grandfather owned his farm.

2. Paternal Great Grandparents: James Hunter and wife, Mary Jane (Meadows) were living on their farm on Elk Two Mile Road, Charleston, Kanawha, West Virginia. There were two children: Wilimina and Thomas. My great grandfather owned his own farm.

That’s it for my ancestors in 1920.



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