1930 Census

January 29th, 2012

This is the combined Federal Census Records for the First and Second Wards of Watsontown, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania.  Abe Moyer enumerated First Ward from April 2 to April 11, 1930 and Mabel F. Schooley enumerated Second Ward from April 2 to April 12, 1930.  A discrepency was discovered in the original records which could be confusing for geneaologists.  Under Abe Moyer’s recordings show the sheets from 4B to 8A are out of order and should be in the following order: Sheet 4B, 5B, 5A, 6B,6A, 7B, 7A, 8A, 8B.

Elmer E. Achenbach [4 South Main Street] laborer at brick plant, 48; living with his wife Carrie C., 42; and their sons: Edison L., 22, laborer at silk mill; and Paul R., 14.  Elmer was 25 and Carrie 21 when they were married.  First Ward.

Francis R. Adams [6 Second Street] medical physician, 41; living with his wife Frances C., 36; and their two sons: Francis R., 13; and Theodore S., 7.  Francis was 28 and Frances 22 when they were married.  Francis’ mother was born in New York while Frances’ father was born in Vermont.  First Ward.

Merritt S. Adams [130 Main Street] undertaker, 56; living with his wife Nelle H., 59; and their son: William H., 24 and salesman at the furniture store and his wife Mary S., 25.  Merritt was 30 and Nelle 33 when they were married.  William was 23 and Mary 24 when they were married.  First Ward.

James H. Aikey [South Main Street] brick setter; 50; living with his wife Minnie M., 42; and children: Hazel K., 16; Betty J., 7; Annabell G., 2; and Pauline M. Byers, 22.  Pauline was married at the age of 17 and her son Ronald R. Byers, 2 lived with her and her parents.  James was 24 and Minnie 16 when they were married.  First Ward.

John S. Albright [310 Elm Street] laborer at brick plant, 67; living with his wife Anna M., 56; and their children: Mary K., 17.  John was 35 and Anna 21 when married.  First Ward.

Jack M. Allabach [304 Liberty Street] laborer at car shops, 41; living with his wife Florence M., 39; and their children: Thelma R., 17; Norma M., 8; and Jene A., 5.  Jack was 22 and Florence was 21 when they were married.  First Ward.

Thomas Allen [402 Liberty Street] mechanic at brick yard, 41; living with his wife Myrtle, 43; and their daughters: Mary E., 19 stenographer and single; Margaret E., 18 setting cuffs at shirt factory and single; Max, 17; Madeline, 15; and Jane, 5 6/12.  Thomas was 21 and Myrtle 23 when they married.  Myrtle’s mother was born in Virginia.  Second Ward.

Boyd Anspach [8 Eighth Street] storeroom clerk, 31; living with his wife Ruth, 28; and their two daughters: Betty, 7; and Ruby, 4.  Boyd was 23 and Ruth 20 when they married.  Second Ward.

Herman Anspach [907 Elm Street] laborer at table factory, 25; living with his wife who was 21.  Herman was 23 and she was 19 when they married.  Second Ward.

Sarah M. Anspach [109 Ninth Street] 72 and widowed.  Sarah was 18 when she married.  Second Ward.

Boyd Aungst [608 Elm Street] dairy man, 47; living with his wife Florence, 29; and their children: Paul W., 24; Wilson B., 16; Margaret I., 14; and Mary L., 9.  Boyd and Florence were 22 when they married.  Florence was born in New York.  Second Ward.

David M. Aunkst [206 Pennsylvania Avenue] carpenter, 67; living with his wife Eva M., 53; and their children: Alta M., 23; and Daniel D., 21.  David was 32 and Eva 22 when there were married.  First Ward.

Henry C. Aunkst [17 Canal Street] laborer at car factory, 30;  living with his wife Bessie B., 29; and their children: Eva C., 8; Mary E., 7; and L. David, 5.  Henry was 20 and Bessie 19 when they were married.  Henry was born in New York.  First Ward.

George B. Auten [South Main Street] watchman on railroad, 56; living with his wife Bessie S., 35; and their children: Harvey G., 19, laborer at dairy; James M., 16; John A., 10; Sterling W., 5; and Ester L., 1.  George was 45 and Bessie 25 when they were married.  First Ward.

Elsieffer F. Badger [718 Ash Street] laborer at brick yard, 39; living with his wife Lizzie, 40; and a daughter Mildred Kettle, 19 and single.  Elsieffer was 24 and Lizzie 19 when they married.  Second Ward.

Curtis W. Baker [112 Third Street] 26; living with his wife May E., 27; and their children: Vera C., 2; and William L., 1; and James H., 0/12.  Curtis and May were both 22 when they were married.  First Ward.

Luther Baker [10 Fourth Street] glaizer at planing mill, 64; living with his wife Nora S., 61; and their children: Vera M., 41 a clerk at planing mill and single; and Mary H., 30 operator at telephone exchange and single.  Luther was 21 and Nora 18 when they married.  Second Ward.

Nora Baker [5 Fifth Street] 53 and widowed; living with her daughter Ethel D. Baker, 23 a school teacher and single.  Second Ward.

Ollie Baker [507 Main Street] retail merchant of general store, 44; living with his wife Marie K., 40; and their children: Leonard, 17; Floyd, 13; and Loretta, 9. Ollie was 22 and Marie 19 when they married.  Second Ward.

William N. Baker [505 Main Street] car inspector on railroad, 60; living with his wife Rosa M., 59; and their children: Robert C., 22 time keeper at plaing mill and single; W. Marshall, 28 assistant manager at retail store and married to Geraldine, 21; and their son Robert D., 5/12.  William was 24 and Rosa 23 when they married.   Marshall was 20 when he married the first time and Geraldine was 19.  Second Ward.

William Balliett [600  Liberty Street] 60; living with his wife Bessie, 51; and their children: Herman, 20 laborer at planing mill and single; Pearl, 19 and single; Gilbert, 18 truck driver and single; and Ruth, 14. William was 29 and Bessie 20 when they married.  Second Ward.

John W. Balliette [110 Third Street] retired, 82; living with his wife Angeline K., 84; and their son Marsh K., 45 and a building painter.  John was 27 and Angeline 29 when they were married.  Also living with the family was a servant, Louise S. Carter, 44 who was married at the age of 26.  First Ward.

Arthur Banghart [911 Main Street] 62 and single; living with his brother Harry, 59 and single.  Second Ward.

Sarah C. Barr [404-A Pennsylvania Avenue] 77 and widowed.  Sarah was 20 when she married.  Second Ward.

Caroline Barto [1010 Elm Street] 78 and widowed; living with a companion Catherine Weaver, 76 and widowed.  Caroline and Catherine were both 19 when they married.  Second Ward.

Edgar C. Barto [308 Pennsylvania Rail Road Avenue] fireman at brick plant, 46; living with his wife Bertha M., 43; and their children: Lenore E., 19, book keeper at machine shop; and Olan E., 13.  Edgar was 21 and Bertha 18 when they were married.  First Ward.

Oliver S. Barto [800 Main Street] proprietor of retail grocery store, 55; living with his wife Clara S., 42; and their son William N., 17.  Oliver was 22 when he first married.  Clara was 23 when she first married.  Second Ward.

Minnie D. Bastian [9 South Main Street] 47; widowed; living with her daughter Marie E. Bastian, 26, time keeper at Door and Sash.  First Ward.

Jerry E. Baylor [713 Ash Street] 59; living with his wife Kate, 57; and their son Ralph, 18 laborer doing odd jobs and single.  Jerry was 23 and Kate 21 when they married.  Second Ward.

Roy Baylor [902 Elm Street] carpenter, 32; living with his wife Olga M., 31; and their two daughters: Betty J., 9; and Margie M., 7.  Roy was 22 and Olga 21 when they married.  Second Ward.

Loyd W. Baysore [Elm Street] laborer at brick plant, 48; living with his wife Sadie M., 46; and their children: Loyd W., 13; Arthur L., 8; and Whilma I. Miller, 20 working at laundry and her son Wilbur J. Miller, 3/12.  Loyd was 19 and Sadie 18 when they married.  Whilma was 17 when she married.  First Ward.

George V. Beachell [910 Elm Street] laborer, 31; living with his wife Vera I., 28; and their son Clarence R., 10.  George was 21 and Vera 18 when they married.  Second Ward.

G. Elroy Beagle [3 First Street] wood carver at furniture plant, 46; living with his wife Mae M., 44.  Elroy was 29 and Mae 27 when they were married.  First Ward.

George A. Beaver [3 Pennsylvania Avenue] laborer at brick plant, 19; living with his wife Thursha E., 16.  George was 19 and Thursha, 16 when they were married.  First Ward.

Mary Eleanor Beaver [Elm Street] 70 and widowed.  Mary Eleanor was 47 when she was married.  Second Ward.

William H. Beisel [Second Street] foreman at silk mill, 30; living with his wife Sylvia V., 31; and their two sons: William H., 7; and James R., 4/12.  William was 22 and Sylvia 23 when they were married.  Also living with the family was William’s mother-in-law: Mary E. Yordy, 69 and widowed.  Mary was 20 when she was married.  First Ward.

Charles Bender [721 Main Street] cabinet maker at novelty factory, 42; living with his wife Susan, 39.  Charles was 23 and Susan 20 when they married.  Second Ward.

Amos W. Benedict [1008 Elm Street] superintendent at foundry, 53; living with his wife Jennie A., 51.  Amos was 21 and Jennie 19 when they married.  Second Ward.

James Benfer [617 Elm Street] laborer at brick company, 28; living with his wife Clara R., 24; and their two sons: Ian G., 5 2/12; and Eugene, 1 6/12.  James was 22 and Clara 18 when they married.  Second Ward.

Michel Benfer [11 Wagner Addition] fireman at brick plant, 53; living with his wife Susan, 46; and their children: Ella R., 18; Mary E., 16; Henry C., 13; Alvin F., 11.   Michel was 24 and Susin 20 when they were married.  First Ward.

Earnest C. Bennage [Pennsylvania Avenue] laborer at Door and Sash, 44; living with his wife Grace B., 24; and their children: Emma E., 3; and Franklan A., 2.  Earnest was 21 when he was married and Grace was 17.  First Ward.

Vernon W. Bennett [611 Elm Street] cabinet maker at table factory, 26; living with his wife Mildred, 25; and their two daughters: Lois, 2 6/12; and Doris, 1 1/12.   Vernon was 22 and Mildred 21 when they married.  Second Ward.

Albert C. Beresinger [601 Main Street] 61; living with his wife Grace C., 61.  Albert and Grace were 23 when they were married.  Albert’s father was born in Switzerland and his mother was born in Germany.  Second Ward.

Lee Bergenstock [109 Pennsylvania Rail Road Avenue] carpenter, 50; living with his  wife Ida L., 45.  Lee was 21 and Ida 16 when they were married.  First Ward.

C. Lloyd Berger [405 Liberty Street] 63 and a widower.  Lloyd was 31 when he married.  Second Ward.

Charles F. Berger [Main Street] salesman at grocery store, 24; living with his wife Martha E., 21; and their son Robert U., 8/12.  Charles was 23 and Martha 19 when they married.  First Ward.

Henry Berger [801 Ash Street] 89 and a widower; living with his two daughters: Jennie M., 55 and single; and Olive, 52 and single.  Henry was 27 when he married.  Second Ward.

John J. Berger [12 Fourth Street] laborer at door and sash, 47; living with his wife Frances P., 42; and their son Boyd R., 18 and laborer at door and sash.  John was 25 and Frances 19 when they married.  First Ward.

Marco K. Berger [33 Main Street] clerk at book store, 41; living with his wife Ida C., 42.  Marco was 23 and Ida 24 when they married.  First Ward.

John H. Berkheimer [Wagner Addition] engineer on railroad, 56; living with his wife Minnie A., 60; and their son-in-law Clarence L. Bailey, 29, steamfitter; and their daughter Louis E. Bailey, 29; and grandson William L. Bailey, 2 3/12.  John was 24 and Mary 28 when they were married.  Clarence and Louis were both 24 when they were married.  First Ward.

Franklin P. Betts [801 Elm Street] laborer at brick factory, 51; living with his wife Ada, 48.  Franklin was 23 and Ada 20 when they married.  Also living with the family was a lodger, David F. Willett, 46 whisker at steel mill and single.  Second Ward.

G. Warren Betts [403 Main Street] mechanic at garage, 26; living with his wife Alverta, 23; and their children: Donald R., 4 11/12; and Evelyn M., 2 5/12.  Warren was 20 and Alverta 18 when they married.  Second Ward.

Howard Betts [205 1/2 East Eighth Street] laborer at planing mill, 32; living with his wife Bertha, 32; and their children: Sarah C., 10; Dale, 7; Howard, 5 3/12; and Paul 11/12.  Howard and Bertha were 22 when they married.  Second Ward.

Morris H. Bibby [Tenth Street] laborer at car factory, 43; living with his wife Anna A., 38; and their daughter Frances G., 16.  Morris was 22 and Anna 17 when they married.  Morris was born in West Virginia as were his parents.  Second Ward.

Elmer F. Biever [315 Elm Street] telegrapher at railroad, 46; living with his wife Gertrude M., 41.  Elmer was 24 and Gertrude 19 when they married.  First Ward.

Eugene Bigham [233 East Seventh Street] blacksmith at brick factory, 40; living with his wife Irene, 37 housekeeper for private family; a stepdaughter Constance Adams, 15 and single; and a stepson Stewart Adams 13 and single. Eugene was 26 he married and Irene 20 when she married.  Eugene was born in Georgia as were his parents.  Irene’s father was born in Virginia.  Constance and Stewart’s father was born in Tennessee.  All the members of the family were listed as negroes.  Second Ward.

J. Herbert Billman [912 Elm Street] laborer at brick yard, 47; living with his wife Catherine, 43; and their two daughters: Julia, 12; and June, 6.  Herbert was 31 and Catherine 27 when they married.  Second Ward.

Oliver C. Billman [814 Main Street] machinist at table factory, 54; living with his wife Jennie N., 51; and their children: Lillian A., 32 stenographer and single; Edward N., 21 teller at bank and single; and Grace F., 12.  Oliver was 22 and Jennie 19 when they married.  Second Ward.

Sherman C. Bitler [8  Third Street] cattle veterinarian, 44; living with his wife Kathryn V., 33.  Sherman was 25 and Kathryn 32 when married.  First Ward.

Harry A. Black [5 First Street] coal salesman, 50; living with his wife Anna H., 45.  Harry was 24 and Anna 19 when they were married.  Harry was born in Quebec, his father in Scotland, and his mother in Michigan.  Anna’s father was born in York Shire, England.  First Ward.

David L. Bly [301 Main Street] postmaster, 54; living with his wife Amy R., 46; and their children: Dorothy C., 17; and James N., 1.  David was 32 and Amy 25 when they were married.  Also living with David was his father-in-law William A. Nicely, 72 widowed and cashier at bank; and his brother-in-law Charles A. Nicely, 43 divorced and foreman at brick plant; and his niece Mary J. Nicely, 12.  William was 25 when he married.  Charles was 28 when he married.  Mary’s mother was born in Texas.  First Ward.

Elizabeth Bly [502 Elm Street] 59 and single.  Second Ward.

Forest C. Bly [905 Main Street] electrical contractor, 37; living with his wife Nelle G., 39; and their son Ned S., 11.  Forest was 22 and Nelle 24 when they married.  Also living with Forest was a cousin, Amelia Boyer, 80 and widowed.  Amelia was 22 when she married.  Second Ward.

James C. Bly [11 Fourth Street] retired, 88 and widowed; living with his two daughters: Mary B., 49 and single; and Lillian L. Harding, 54 chief operator at telephone company and widowed; and his grandson: Harry C. Harding, 24 and was electrician at power plant.  James was 24 when he married.  Lillian was 25 when she married.  First Ward.

Kathrine C. Bly [First Street] 70 and widowed; living with her grandson, Earl W. Bly, 22 single and a laborer at the coal yard.  Kathrine was 21 when she was married.  First Ward.

Lewis L. Bobb [611 Ash Street] laborer at car factory, 38; living with his wife Mary J., 40; and their children: Elwood, 13; and Betty J., 2 1/12.  Lewis was 23 when he first married.  Mary was 17 when she was first married.  Also living with Lewis was his step-son Charles Kitchen, 23 laborer at brick yard and single.  Second Ward.

Daniel B. Bogenrief [111 Ninth Street] laborer at brick yard, 47; living with his wife Lizzie E., 42; and their children: Jay F., 19 a laborer in the brick yard and single; and Leona M., 5 7/12.  Daniel was 23 and Lizzie 18 when they married.  Second Ward.

George Bomboy [609 Elm Street] barber, 50; living with his wife Nell, 49. George was 25 and Nell 24 when they married.  Also living with them was their son-in-law and daughter: Stanley Bennage, 20 and a foreman at silk mill; and Mary M., 21.  Stanley was 20 and Mary 21 when they married.  Nell was born in New York as were her parents.  Second Ward.

Daniel Bostian [407 Main Street] proprietor of novelty store, 65; living with him was his housekeeper Emma B. Sheets, 75 and widowed.  Emma was 31 when she married.  Second Ward.

Harry W. Bottomstone [912 Main Street] 74; living with his wife Mary, 64. Harry was 32 and Mary 21 when they married.  Second Ward.

Charles W. Boughter [820 Main Street] clerk at planing mill, 44; living with his wife Bessie F., 46; and their son Charles Walter, 5 9/12.  Charles was 28 and Bessie 29 when they married.  Also living with Charles was his mother-in-law Sarah Fisher, 69 and widowed.  Sarah was 21 when she married.  Charles was born in Indiana as was his mother.  Second Ward.

Edward M. Boughter [6 Fourth Street] wood worker at door and sash, 46; living with his wife Amelia F., 40; and their daughter Alfreda K., 18 telephone operator and single.  Edward was 25 and Amelia 19 when they married.  First Ward.

George N. Boughter [10 Fourth Street] salesman for farm machinery, 33; living with his wife Minnie I., 33; and their children: Mildred I., 12; Frances L., 10; and George N., 7.  George was 20 and Minnie 29 when they were married.  George’s mother was born in Indiana.  First Ward.

Sarah K. Boughter [24 Pennsylvania Avenue] 67; widow; living with her daughter Ester R., 36, secretary at Bucknell College.  Sarah was 24 when she was married.  First Ward.

Sterling Boughter [Fourth Street] laborer at planing mill, 72; living with his wife Mary A., 71.  Sterling and Mary were 19 when they were married.  Mary was born in Indiana as was her father.  Mary’s mother was born in Ohio.  Second Ward.

Harold M. Boush [Liberty Street] baker at bakery wagon, 41; living with his wife Kathryn I., 31; and their children: Harold N., 3 3/12; and Joann M., 7.  Harold was 20 and Kathryn 23 when they were each first married.  First Ward.

Daniel L. Brion [Elm Street] plumber at shop, 24; living with his wife Dora A., 21; and  their son William G., 1 1/12.  Daniel was 21 and Dora 18 when they married.  Second Ward.

Samuel W. Bruch [410 Pennsylvania Avenue] carpenter at car factory, 63; living with his wife Perdella, 57.  Samuel was 31 and Perdella 25 when they married.  Second Ward.

Forest R. Bryson [503 Main Street] insurance agent, 57; living with his wife Julia B., 56.  Forest was 27 and Julia 26 when they married.  Second Ward.

Janet D. Bryson [19 Main Street] 51 and single.  First Ward.

Samuel C. Bryson [306 Pennsylvania Rail Road Avenue] mail carrier, 62; living with hiws wife Lue, 55 and their son Robert N., 18.  Samuel was 23 and Lue 20 when they married.  Robert was a laborer at the Door and Sash.  First Ward.

Joseph H. Bucher [518 Liberty Street] laborer at odd jobs, 55; living with his wife Rebecca, 53; and their two daughters: Dorothy, 14; and Daisy, 13.  Joseph was 23 and Rebecca 21 when they married.  Second Ward.

Wellman A. Burch [417 Elm Street] insurance agent, 47; living with his wife May, 42; and their son LaRue, 12.  Wellman was 24 and May 32 when they were married.  Wellman was born in New York as were his parents.  Second Ward.

Claude G. Burns [Ninth Street] treasurer at creamery, 48; living with his wife Mary A., 42; and their daughter Virginia A., 11.  Claude was 26 and Mary 20 when they married.  Virginia was born in Michigan.  Second Ward.

Charles W. Burrows [609 Ash Street] building carpenter, 68; living with his wife Elmira M., 57; and their son Sanford C., 26 laborer at brick yard and married.  Charles was 27 and Elmira 17 when they married.  Sanford was 25 when he married.  Second Ward.

Nathaniel Burrows [16 Fourth Street] stock man at planing mill, 61; living with his wife Mary M., 64.  Nathaniel was 29 when he married the first time and Mary 21.  Second Ward.

Ralph N. Burrows [414 Elm Street] truck driver for construction company, 29; living with his wife Helen N., 24; and their son Ralph N., 2 8/12.  Ralph was 25 and Helen 20 when they married.  Second Ward.

Kate Caldwell [601 Liberty Street] 72 and single; living with her two sisters: Ida, 67 and single; and Margaret, 83 and single.  Second Ward.

Thomas G. Caldwell [Main Street] retired, 85; living with his wife Margaret E., 80.  Thomas was 28 and Margaret 24 when they married.  Also living with the family was a servant Mary A. Coup, 49 and single.  First Ward.

Fred H. Carson [230 Main Street] grocery merchant, 43; living with his wife Clara B., 41; and their son Harry L., 12.  Fred was 22 and Clara 21 when they married.  Clara and her parents were born in New York.  First Ward.

Minta J. Case [510 Elm Street] 47 and single; living with a boarder Ralph N. Troutman, 23 a school teacher and single.  Second Ward.

Carl Ceshman [803 Main Street] mechanic at creamery, 31; living with his wife Dorothy, 30; and their children: Reid, 8; and Barbara, 6.  Carl was 22 and Dorothy 21 when they married.  Second Ward.

Samuel O. Comly [504 Main Street] 81 and a widower; living with his sister Nancy Bodine, 69 and widowed.  Samuel was 38 when he married.  Nancy was 26 when she married.  Second Ward.

George Confer [404-B Pennsylvania Avenue] elevator operator, 71; living with his wife Elizabeth, 56.  George was 25 when first married.  Elizabeth was 41 when first married.  Second Ward.

Jefferson Confer [813 Main Street] labor of odd jobs, 74; living with his wife Harriet L., 74.  Jefferson and Harriet were 21 when they married.  Second Ward.

Derl Conner [217 East Eighth Street] laborer at foundry, 33; living with his wife Veda, 30; and their children: Arley, 12; Harmon, 11; Eugene, 9; Dorothy, 8; Kenneth, 6; Sarah Alice, 3 9/12; and Donald, 1.  Derl was 20 and Veda 17 when they married. Second Ward.

Sheldon Conner [Matthew Street] laborer at brick yard, 6; living with his wife Myrtle, 24; and their daughter Iris, 6.  Sheldon was 19 and Myrtle 17 when they married.   Second Ward.

Clarence A. Cook [609 Main Street] carpenter at planing mill, 35; living with his wife Clara E., 30; and their two daughters: Louise, 5 7/12; and Ellen, 2.  Clarence was 27 and Clara 22 when they married.  Clarence’s mother was born in English Canada.  Clara’s father was born in New York.  Second Ward.

Elizabeth Cooner [125 Main Street] 73 and widowed; living with her daughter Bessie S., 45 and single.  Elizabeth was 23 when she married.  First Ward.

Mary E. Cottner [516 Elm Street] 81 and widowed.  Mary was 25 when she married.  Listed as the same visit was Emma R. McLain [Elm Street] 65 and widowed.  Emma was 18 when she married.  Second Ward.

Rollin R. Craig [Third Street] laborer at door and sash, 73; living with his wife Rosella C., 73.  Rollin and Rosella were both 23 when they were married.  First Ward.

James M. Crammer [711 Ash Street] laborer at planing  mill, 28; living with his wife Annetta E., 29 and looper at knitting mill.  James was 21 and Annetta 22 when they married.  Second Ward.

Jerry Crawford [511 Liberty Street] laborer at planing mill, 63; living with his wife Elizabeth, 63.  Jerry and Elizabeth were 24 when they were married.  Second Ward.

Russell J. Crawford [818-A Main Street] laborer at planing mill, 27; living with his wife Clara E., 23.  Russell was 23 and Clara 19 when they married.  Second Ward.

Lloyd Cromis [405 Main Street] proprietor of garage, 55; living with his wife Ida, 55.  Lloyd and Ida were 21 when they were married.  Second Ward.

Ralph E. Cromis [517 Elm Street] engineer at planing mill, 36; living with his wife Wilda H., 30; and their two daughters: Rita M., 10; and Audrey M., 4 10/12.  Ralph was 24 and Wilda 19 when they married.  Wilda’s father was born in Michigan.  Second Ward.

William Cromley [817 Main Street] building carpenter, 49; living with his wife Mary, 35; and their children: Luther, 9; Earl, 7; Kathryn, 5 2/12; Ruth, 3 3/12; and Mildred, 9/12.  William was 39 and Mary 25 when they married.  Second Ward.

Herman S. Cronrath [15 Second Street] coal dealer, 39; living with his wife Beatrice W., 38; and their children: Paul E., 16; Sim C., 14; C. Max, 11; and Lucille, 8.  Herman was 18 and Beatrice 17 when they were married.  First Ward.

William C. Cronrath [19 Second Street] retired farmer, 66; living with his wife Fanny M., 66.  William was 20 and Fanny 19 when they were married.  First Ward.

E. Fred Datesman [806 Main Street] clerk in retail store, 34; living with his wife Mary, 31; and their children: Eleanor J., 9; and Miles Edgar, 3.  Fred was 23 and Mary 20 when they married.  Second Ward.

C. Bertram Dawson [7 Fourth Street] clerk at brick factory, 29; living with his wife Lena A., 33; and their son Charles B., 7.  Bertram was 22 and Lena 26 when they married.  Also living with Bertram was his father-in-law Albert D. Allabach, 69.  Albert was 23 when he married.  Second Ward.

Mary J. Dawson [5 Fourth Street] dental assistant, 33 and single; living with her mother Mary J., 57 and widowed.  Mary was 20 when she married.  Second Ward.

Robert R. DeArmond [25 Main Street] farmer, 50; living with his wife Mary B., 52; and their daughter and son-in-law: Sarah D. Groover, 25 and Clarence E. Groover, 24 both school teachers; and their daughter Mary E. Groover, 1 3/12.  Also living with Robert was his mother-in-law Sarah E. Bly, 75 and widowed.  Robert was 23 and Mary 25 when they married.  Clarence was 24 and Sarah 25 when they married.  Sarah Bly was 19 when she was married.  First Ward.

Lester A. Deininger [First Street] photographer at sudio, 49; living with his wife Hazel L., 40.  Lester was 31 and Hazel 21 when they were married.  First Ward.

Edgar D. Deitrick [37 Main Street] cashier at bank, 63; living with his wife Capitola H., 61. Edgar was 27 and Capitola was 26 when they married.  Also living with Edgar was his mother-in-law Sarah Reitz, 89 and widowed; and a cousin Sadie Stuyvsant, 63 and widowed.  Sarah was 26 when she married and Sadie was 54 when she married.  Sadie was born in Michigan.  First Ward.

Preston A. DeLong [606 Main Street] pastor at Reformed church, 57; living with his wife Daisy M., 55.  Preston was 25 and Daisy 23 when they married.  Second Ward.

Boyd E. Denoskey [111 Pennsylvania Rail Road Avenue] machines at mill, 40; living with his wife Hazel S., 38; and their children: Charles E., 12; and Shirley M., 24/12.  First Ward.

Isaiah Dersham [Fourth Street] laborer at door and sash, 54; living with his wife Eva L, 30.  Isaiah was 50 and Eva 26 when they married.  First Ward.

Heber T. Dickerman [520 Elm Street] postal clerk for railroad, 58; living with his wife Carrie, 51; and their three sons: Payson H., 19; Carroll H., 18; and Fred A., 15.  Heber was 26 when he first married and Carrie was 29.  Second Ward.

Lee Dieffenbach [612 Liberty Street] farmer, 49; living with his wife Sarah, 45; and their children: Roy, 20 clerk at grocery store chain and single; Woods, 16; and Marie, 14.  Lee was 27 and Sarah 23 when they married.  Second Ward.

Wilbur D. Dieffenbach [38 Pennsylvania Avenue] clerk at railroad station, 46; living with his wife Irene, 45; and their children: Ruth F., 18; Adda M., 14; Dorthy N., 13; and Ray W., 11.  Wilbur was 26 and Irene 24 when they were married.  First Ward.

Frank Diehl [722 Ash Street] laborer at planing mill, 24; living with his wife Esther L., 22; and their son Frank W., 4 4/12.  Frank was 19 and Esther 17 when they married.  Second Ward.

W.H. Diehl [Matthew Street] laborer at planing mill, 68; living with his wife Jennie, 62.  W.H. was 24 and Jennie 19 when they married.  Second Ward.

Ernest R. Dietrick  [Wagner Addition] electric lineman, 24; living with his wife Cinnia S., 27; and their daughter: Firmae M., 6.  Ernest was 17 and Cinnia 19 when they were married.  First Ward.

W. Aaron Dietrick [413 Elm Street] foreman of department at planing mill, 57; living with his wife Amelia I., 56; and their daughter Kathryn, 24 a sleever at the shirt factory and single.  Aaron was 22 and Amelia 21 when they married.  Second Ward.

Edward H. Doebler [704 Elm Street] laborer at car factory, 47; living with his wife Margaret L., 32.  Edward was 22 and Margaret 22 when they married.  Living with Edward was his mother Rebecca E. Doebler, 81 and widowed.  Rebecca was 26 when she married.  Second Ward.

Ira W. Dreisbach [613 Ash Street] laborer at planing mill, 39; living with his wife Myrtle, 37; and their daughter Margaret, 12.  Ira was 24 and Myrtle 22 when they married.  Second Ward.

Homer Dugan [222 East Eighth Street] building carpenter, 38; living with his wife Susie, 38; and their children: Edna, 14; Charles, 13; and George, 10.  Homer and Susie were 23 when they married.  Second Ward.

Robert M. Dunbar [903 Main Street] laborer of odd jobs, 65; living with his wife Jennie, 62; and his grandson Robert E. Metzger, 9.  Robert was 25 and Jennie 22 when they married.  Second Ward.

John B. Dunn [122 Pennsylvania Avenue] druggist, 65; living with his sisters: Elizabeth K. Dunn, 61; and Cora E. Dunn, 58.  All three were single.  First Ward.

William C. Dutrow [807 Elm Street] laborer at brick yard, 46; living with his wife Laura E., 40; and their children: William E., 13; Ruth E., 10; Laura M., 7; and Fred E., 2 11/12.  William was 33 and Laura 27 when they were married.  Also living with the family was an aunt, Susan Wagner, 83 and single.  William was born in Maryland as were his parents.  Laura’s father was born in Michigan.  Second Ward.

Toner I. Eddings [14 Second Street] foreman at brick plant, 56; living with his wife Alverna R., 58; and their children: Vance Y., 21; and Ora Y., 17.  Toner was 22 and Alverna 24 when they were married.  Also living with the family were roomers: Charles M. Bortz, 50 and a laborer at brick plant and his wife: Sarah Bortz, 47; and their daughter Dorothy M. Bortz, 20 a winder at silk mill and single.  Charles was 22 and Sarah 21 when they were married.  First Ward.

George Elliott [223 East Eighth Street] setter at brick yard, 27; living with his wife Mary, 23; and their children: Harley E., 5 8/12; Betty Jane, 2 3/12; and Doris Jean, 1 1/12.  George was 21 and Mary 17 when they married.  Second Ward.

Albert A. Ellis [Canal Street] laborer at brick plant, 25; living with his “son” Larry E., 18 and a laborer at the brick plant.  Also living with Albert was a roamer, John Holden, 69 and a widower who was listed as a hobo.  John was 25 when he was married and his parents were both born in Northern Ireland.  First Ward.

Frank M. Ellis [415 Elm Street] foreman of cutting department at planing mill, 61; living with his wife Hannah, 56; and their daughter Catherine, 27 a bookkeeper at the planing mill and single.  Frank was 32 and Hannah 27 when they were married.  Second Ward.

Maurice R. Entwistle [403 Elm Street] pastor at Baptist church, 23; living with his wife Elaine, 21; and their son Maurice, 9/12.  Maurice was 21 and Elaine 19 when they married.  Maurice was born in New York as were his parents.  Elaine was born in Pennsylvania, but her parents were born in Canada.  Young Maurice was born in Pennsylvania.  Second Ward.

Francis J. Essick [605 Elm Street] barber, 42; living with his wife Mae A., 41.  Francis was 21 and Mae 20 when they married.  Second Ward.

Mary E. Everitt [Main Street] 84 and widowed; living with her daughter Elizabeth H., 51 and single.  First Ward.

T. Guy Everitt [716 Main Street] school teacher, 33; living with his wife Marguerite, 31; and their son Carl Nevin, 8/12.  Guy was 30 and Marguerite 28 when they married.  Marguerite’s father was born in Germany and her mother in New York.  Second Ward.

S. Rebecca Eyster [1005 Elm Street] 79 and widowed; living with her daughter Myrtle R. Stauffer, 47 and widowed; and her grandson Bert E. Stauffer, 15.  Rebecca was 30 when she married and Myrtle was 29 when she married.  Second Ward.

Ambrose Fairchild [512 Main Street] 73; living with his wife Ada L., 68.  Ambrose was 26 and Ada 21 when they married.  Second Ward.

Julia A. Fairchild [802 Elm Street] 61 and widowed; living with her grandson George D., 2 11/12.  Julia was 21 when she married.  Second Ward.

William H. Farber [112 Ninth Street] laborer doing odd jobs, 48; living with his wife Kathryn, 47; and their children: Thomas V., 22 laborer at stone quarry and single; Mary A., 20 and single; Pauline D., 18 winder at silk mill and single; Ida M. 16; and Howard B., 13.  William was 24 and Kathryn 23 when they married.  Howard was born in New York.  Second Ward.

Franklyn Faucette [603 Main Street] pastor of Presbyterian church, 29; living with his wife Mildred H., 26.  Franklyn was 28 and Mildred 25 when they married.  Franklyn was born in Arkansas as was his mother.  Franklyn’s father was born in Tennessee.  Mildred was born in Nebraska as was her father.  Mildred’s mother was born in Missouri.  Second Ward.

Edwin R. Faux [11 Third Street] laundry, 38; living with his wife Ella E., 42; and their two daughters: Hannah E., 17; and Maryann E., 15.  Edwin was 20 and Ella 23 when they married.  First Ward.

Faris S. Ferguson [Fourth Street] laborer at planing mill, 26; living with his wife Carrie, 25; and their two sons: Sidney, 4 8/12; and John E., 2 1/12.  Faris was 18 and Carrie 17 when they married.  Faris was born in Virginia as were his parents.  Second Ward.

Fannie M. Fisher [211 Main Street] 58 and widowed; living with her daughter Florence C., 32 and single.  Fannie was 21 when married.  First Ward.

Millie D. Fisher [Main Street] 60 and widowed.  Millie was 42 when she married.  First Ward.

Ralph P. Fisher [716 Ash Street] laborer at brick yard, 39; living with his wife Hannah, 47; and their two daughters: Evelyn M., 12; and Ruth A., 10.  Ralph was 24 and Hannah 32 when they married.  Second Ward.

Vernon Fogelman [501 Liberty Street] labor at odd jobs, 54; living with his wife Annie, 54; and their two sons: Glenn, 28 shovel operator at brick yard and single; and Bert, 25 laborer at electric office.  Vernon and Annie were 24 when they married.  Second Ward.

Ambros H. Folk [Wagner Addition] truck driver for lumber company, 26; living with his wife Anna M., 25; and their sons: Emery A., 5; and Richard O., 0/12.  Ambrose was 24 when he first married and Anna was 20 when she first married.  First Ward.

Daniel Folk [606 Elm Street] laborer at steel mill, 66; living with his wife Anna B., 64; and their children: Anna, 34 keeping house and single; Mary C., 32 a looper at the knitting mill and single; and Marie E., 25 stenographer at creamery and single.  Daniel was 23 and Anna 21 when they married.  Second Ward.

James E. Folk [509 Liberty Street] laborer at planing mill, age unknown; living with his wife Della, 46; and their two sons: Clarence W., 21 laborer at creamery and single; and Richard W., 17 laborer and single.  Della was 18 when she married.  Second Ward.

Nathaniel W. Folk [702 Ash Street] laborer at planing mill, 59 and a widower; living with his niece Anna B. Thornton, 54 and single.  Nathaniel was 33 when he married.  Second Ward.

Elwood Foresman [607 Ash Street] engineer at table factory, 48; living with his wife Mary, 47; and their two daughters: Jennie E., 22 stenographer at creamery and single; and Annabelle, 19 and single.  Elwood was 20 and Mary 19 when they married.  Second Ward.

Harry Foresman [Tenth Street] superintendent at creamery, 56; living with his wife Mary, 54; and their daughter Ruth, 17.  Harry was 33 and Mary 31 when they married.  Second Ward.

Margaret R. Foresman [808 Main Street] 66 and single.  Second Ward.

Virgie Foresman [314 Pennsylvania Rail Road Avenue] , 54, widow; living with her son Donald E., 27, woodworker at Door and Sash.  Virgie was 22 when she was first married.  First Ward.

Clyde Fosnot [511 Main Street] proprietor of printing office, 48; living with his wife Sadie D., 42.  Clyde was 30 and Sadie 24 when they married.  Sadie’s mother was born in Illinois.  Second Ward.

Lera B. Fosnot [513 Main Street] 79.  Lera was 20 when she married.  Second Ward.

Charles L. Foust [505 1/2 Main Street] manager of grocery store, 42; living with his wife Pearl L., 38; and their children: Dorothy, 18; Loretta, 16; Lyman, 15; Edgar, 9.  Charles was 21 and Pearl 17 when they married.  Second Ward.

Homer E. Foust [110 Second Street] laborer at brick plant, 40; living with his wife Carrie E., 36; and their children: Harold E., 18; and Max L., 11.  Homer was 25 and Carrie 20 when they were married.  First Ward.

Jewett C. Fowler [34 Main Street] manager at brick plant, 74; living with his wife Ella R., 70; and their daughter Ethel M., 37 school teacher and single.  Jewett was 28 and Ella 24 when they married.  First Ward.

Grover Frantz [246 East Eighth Street] service man for telephone company, 45; living with his wife Emma, 37 and a worker at silk mill; and their children: Pearl, 13; Elwood, 12; Geraldine, 10; and Thelma, 9.  Grover was 31 and Emma 24 when they married.  Second Ward.

Harry A. Frantz [197 rear East Eighth Street] mechanic at granite plant, 21; living with his wife Hazel R., 22; and their son Harry E., 11/12.  Harry was 19 and Hazel 20 when they married.  Second Ward.

Russell M. Fryer [1012 Elm Street] painter, 37; living with his wife Alberta C., 26; and their son Robert 2 8/12.  Russell was 31 and Alberta 21 when they married.  Second Ward.

John A. Fulkrod [Third Street] fireman at brick plant, 40; living with his wife Mame, 41; and their children: Norman T., 16 and a farm hand; Orpha T., 15; Sarah E., 13; Mary M., 11; Clarence T., 8; and Carl T., 1 5/12.  John was 21 and Mame 22 when they married.  First Ward.

George K. Gair [Second Street] building painter, 23; living with his wife Mary, 18; and their children: George M., 1; and Shirley M., 5/12.  George was 21 and Mary 16 when they married.  Also living with the family were two boarders: Ruth M. Hoy, 26; and Ester G. Hoy, 22.  Both school teachers and single.  First Ward.

James Gair [Main Street] proprietor of hotel, 27; living with his wife Mary S., 55; and their children: Harmon R., 25 and building painter; Wilber, 20 and waiter at hotel; Rose, 19 and waitress at hotel; (son) Emra, 12; and (daughter) Ruba E. Latshaw, 29 working as a waitress in hotel and married at the age of 21.  James was 27 and Mary 28 when they were married.  Mary’s father was born in Germany.  Also living with the family were the following boarders: Wallis T. Good, 60 widowed and a merchant miller; James Fitzpatrick, 58 single and a bricklayer; and Michael H. Ftizpatrick, 67 single and a bricklayer.  James and Michael’s parents were both born in Northern Ireland.  First Ward.

Albert W. Gardner [South Main Street] worker at furniture mill, 49; living with his wife Dorthy, 31; and their children: Paul W., 8; Margie J., 5; Joseph D., 3; and Shirley L, 1.  Albert was 38 and Dorthy 19 when they were married.  Dorthy’s father was born in New York.  First Ward.

Homer C. Gauger [414 Liberty Street] sash maker at planing mill, 45; living with his wife Elsie M., 44; and their children: Albert R., 20 laborer at planing mill and single; Helen E., 18 stenographer at planing mill office and single; Emerson E., 17; Marie, 15; and Dorothy B. 13.  Homer was 23 and Elsie 22 when they married.  Also living with Homer was a nephew William J. Smith, 11.  Second Ward.

Hattie M. Geiger [100 Pennsylvania Avenue] seamstress at shirt factory, 42; divorced; living with her son: Frankland, 13.  Hattie was 20 when she was married.  First Ward.

Owen B. Geiger [8 Fourth Street] bookkeeper at brick plant, 22; living with his wife Margaret K., 21; and their son Theodore C., 4/12.  Owen was 21 and Margaret 20 when they married.  First Ward.

Olive C. Gerth [312 Main Street] 35 and widowed; living with her son John H., 7; her father Henry F. Hilliard, 58 a laborer at door and sash and widowed; and her brother George E. Hilliard, 20 a building carpenter and single.  Olive was 27 when she married.  Henry was 22 when he married.  First Ward.

Willaim H. Gold [419 Elm Street] foreman at planing mill, 62; living with his wife Lila C., 51.  William was 22 and Lila 34 when they married.  Second Ward.

James M. Good [212 Pennsylvania Avenue] lumberman at saw mill, 56; living with his wife Teressa E., 56; and their daughter Jean D. Good, 17;and their granddaughter Eleanor A. Good, 10.  James and Teressa were both 21 when they were married.  First Ward.

Myron E. Good [Liberty Street] foreman at wood works, 39 and a widower.  Myron was 25 when he was married.  Living with Myron was his aunt, Elizabeth Neyhart, 58 and widowed.  Elizabeth was 21 when she was married.  First Ward.

Oscar R. Goodlander [Third Street] sawfiler at door and sash, 61; living with his wife Clara, 61.  Oscar and Clara were 17 when they married.  First Ward.

Raymond Gottshall [Main Street] laborer for state highway, 35; living with his wife Hazel M., 21.  Raymond was 33 and Hazel 19 when they married.  First Ward.

Steven E. Gray [Third Street] laborer at silk mill, 21; living with his wife Martha J., 22.  Steven was 17 and Martha 19 when they were married.  First Ward.

William H. Gray [South Main Street] brick maker, 57; living with his wife Fannie M., 46; and their children: Gurtrude N., 13; William K., 11; Leona L., 9; and Gladen J., 7.  William was 30 and Fannie 20 when they were married.  First Ward.

Elisha Greenlaw [809 Elm Street] laborer at table factory, 65; living with his wife Viola, 46; and their daughter Ada, 14.  Elisha was born in English Canada as were his parents.  Second Ward.

Raymond B. Greiner [Main Street] building painter, 42; living with his wife Margaret, 42; and their children: Jerold L., 18; and Thelma I., 15.  Raymond and Margaret were both 23 when they married.  First Ward.

Harry A. Greninger [706 Ash Street] laborer at brick factory, 45; living with his wife Jennie M., 46; and their son Clayton W., 20 musician in orchestra and single.  Harry was 24 and Jennie 25 when they married.  Second Ward.

Frank M. Gresh [116 Pennsylvania Avenue] foreman at brick plant, 33; living with his wife Pearl N., 33.  They were both 25 when they were married.  First Ward.

Daniel R. Grier [14 Second Street] wood worker at door and sash, 70; living with his wife May M., 61; and their son-in-law and daughter: Phillip W. Rhoades, 30 and a wood worker at the furniture plant; and Marie A. Rhoades, 27.  Daniel was 27 and May 19 when they were married.  Phillip was 23 and Marie 20 when they were married.  First Ward.

Sarah J. Grier [520 Liberty Street] 74 and widowed; living with her two sisters: Rachel Thomas, 76 and single; and Maria B. Randall, 71 and widowed.  Sarah was 17 when she married.  Maria was 29 when she married.  Second Ward.

Samuel J. Groff [703 Ash Street] operator at telephone company, 48; living with his wife Edna, 39; and their two daughters: Marie E., 19; and Regina, 10.  Samuel was 26 and Edna 17 when they married.  Samuel’s father was born in Germany.  Edna’s father was born in New York and her mother in Ireland.  Second Ward.

Daniel O. Gross [104 Pennsylvania Avenue] clerk for railroad, 47; living with his wife Jane S., 46; and their children: Gerald W., 21, bookkeeper at Door and Sash; Mable E., 19, student; and Donald O., 10.  Daniel was 25 and Jane 21 when they were married.  First Ward.

LeRoy Gross [913 Main Street] electrician at planing mill, 45;  living with his sister Carrie, 41 and single; and his mother Catherine, 85 and widowed.  LeRoy and Carrie’s father was born in New York.  Caroline’s father was born in New York and her mother was born in New Jersey.  Second Ward.

Charles C. Gruver [East Eighth Street] burner at brick yard, 36; living with his wife Ella R., 32; and their daughter Joanne V., 10.  Charles was 24 and Ella 20 when they married.  Second Ward.

John E. Gundy [703 Main Street] 66; living with his wife Harriet, 65. John was 47 and Harriet 46 when they married.  Second Ward.

David Haas [812 Ash Street] trackman on railroad, 46; living with his wife Hattie, 39; and their two sons: Lee E., 15; and Martin L., 12.  David was 29 and Hattie 22 when they married.  Second Ward.

Chas. L. Hall [Pennsylvania Avenue] 67; living with his wife Sada M., 62. Chas. was 26 and Sada was 20 when they were married.  Sada’s father was born in Germany.  First Ward.

Frank Hample [213 East Eighth Street] roof painter, 67; living with his wife Lottie, 58.  Frank was 29 and Lottie 20 when they married.  Also living with the family was a lodger, William Webb, 63 cross watcher for railroad and a widower.  William was 21 when married.  Second Ward.

Harris H. Hanley [South Main Street] carpenter making cabinets, 60; living with his wife Stella S., 47; and their daughter: Stella G., 18.  Harris was 37 and Stella 23 when they were married.  First Ward.

Thomas R. Harding [400 Pennsylvania Avenue] automobile salesman, 42; living with his wife Emma, 47; and their three sons: Donald M., 22 laborer at granite yard and single; Paul, 19 laborer at granite yard and single; and Gordon, 17 laborer at granite yard and single.  Thomas was 19 and Emma 24 when married.  Thomas was born in Kansas.  Second Ward.

James L. Harmon [South Main Street] laborer at brick plant, 21; living with his wife Edna M., 21; and their children James L., 3; and Paul L., 7/12.  James and Edna were both 17 when they were married.  Also living with James was his mother, Anna E., 54 and widowed.  Anna had married at the age of 19.  First Ward.

Ira W. Hartley [East Seventh Street] laborer at planing mill, 31; living with his wife Hester, 29; and their children: Warren, 10; Catherine, 8; Betty, 5 5/12; and John, 3 5/12.  Ira was 20 and Hester 18 when they married.  Second Ward.

Fuller Hartranft [515 Main Street] shipper at planing mill, 36; living with his wife Annie, 39; and their children: Sarah, 8; Charles, 7; Carl, 4 8/12; and Ellen, 3 2/12.  Fuller was 26 and Annie 29 when they married.  Second Ward.

George C. Hartranft [13 Fourth Street] fireman at brick factory, 63; living with his wife Caroline, 45; and their two sons: Cloyd H., 20 roadman for state highway and single; and George W., 15.  George was 42 and Caroline 24 when they married.  Also living with the family was a lodger: John S. Fisher, 30 police officer for the borough of Watsontown and single.  Second Ward.

Ada L. Hartwick [803 1/2 Elm Street] 66 and widowed.  Ada was born in Maine as were her parents.  Second Ward.

Glenn Hartzell [410 Liberty Street] laborer at planing mill, 39; living with his wife Marie, 39 and clerk at drygood store.  Glenn and Marie were 25 when they married.
Second Ward.

Bruce B. Hause [Canal Street] laborer at brick plant, 22; living with his wife Pauline M., 22; and their children: Jay E., 3/9/12; and Thelma Y., 24/12.  Bruce and Pauline were 18 when they were married.  First Ward.

Walker E. Heatwold [17 Main Street] superintendent at fertilizing plant, 45; living with his wife Ollie M., 38; and their daughters: Ogamay M., 14; and Mary U., 11.  Walker was 29 and Ollie 38 when they married.  Also living with the family was a niece, Ruth Racey, 13.  Everyone in the family and their parents were born in Virginia with the exception of Mary who was born in Maryland.  First Ward.

Harry J. Hefty [Main Street] miller at flour mill, 35; living with his wife Eleanor R., 32; and their children: Marilouise, 6; and John A., 1.  Harry was 28 and Eleanor 24 when they were married.  First Ward.

John H. Hefty [508 Main Street] miller at flour mill, 68; living with his wife Sarah E., 63; and their granddaughter Eleanor Hefty, 15.  John was 24 and Sarah 25 when they were married.  John was born in Illinois and his father was born in Switzerland.  Second Ward.

Hattie F. Heinbach [Wagner Addition] servant at restaurant, 64; widowed.  First Ward.

Wilber W. Heinbach [8 Pennsylvania Avenue] foreman at brick plant, 35; living with his wife Ferdie V., 31; and their son: Elwood W., 14.  Also living with Wilber were his parents: Allen W., 69, a laborer at furniture factory and Minnie, 63.  Wilber was 21 and Ferdie 17 when they were married.  Allen was 22 and Minnie 21 when they were married.  First Ward.

Gaylon F. Herman [32 Main Street] woodworker at door and sash, 50; living with his wife Cora M., 48.  Gaylon was 30 and Cora 28 when they married.  First Ward.

Nevin Herr [Elm Street] laborer at granite plant, 28; living with his wife Catherine, 25; and their children: Nevin, Jr., 8; Jane, 4 11/12; and Lois, 2 5/12.  Nevin was 19 and Catherine 16 when they married.  Second Ward.

Elizabeth Hess [Fourth Street] 49 and widowed; living with her son Zender Young, 14.  Elizabeth was 21 when she married.  Second Ward.

Curtis C. Hester [South Main Street] butcher at meat market, 46; living with his wife Bessie F., 41; and their son Curtis D., 14.  Curtis was 26 and Bessie 21 when they were married.  First Ward.

Elizabeth Hester [South Main Street] 87; widowed; living with her son-in-law, Clarence E. Royer, 49, and auto salesman, and her daughter May H. Royer, 48.  Elizabeth was 27 when she married.  Clarence was 22 and May 21  when they were married.  First Ward.

Charles F. Heyl [312 Pennsylvania Rail Road Avenue] none, 73; widowed.Charles was born in Germany and became a citizen in 1881.  A servant, Ella E. Burns, 63 and widowed was living with him.  First Ward.

Oneil H. Heylman [11 Canal Street] 40.  Oneil’s mother was born in Vermont.  First Ward.

James I. Higbee [21 Main Street] retired, 80; living with his wife Mary L., 50.  James was 25 when he first married and Mary was 35.  Living with James was his mother-in-law Priscilla Lowry, 85 and widowed; and his sister-in-law Atta R. Lowry, 56 and single.  Priscilla was 25 when she married.  James was born in New York as were his parents.  First Ward.

Mills S. High [106 Pennsylvania Avenue] plumber and fixtures, 69; living with his wife Jennie S., 65.  Mills was 32 and Jennie 29 when they were married.  First Ward.

Samuel High [110 Main Street] concrete laborer, 64; living with his wife Ada S., 57.  Samuel was 25 and Ada 19 when they married.  Both of Ada’s parents were born in Maryland.  First Ward.

Albert A. Hilliard [Pennsylvania Rail Road Avenue] retired, 78; living with his wife Florence L., 81.  Albert was 23 and Florence 25 when they were married.  First Ward.

G. DelBert Hilliard [702 Main Street] quarry foreman at brick yard, 57; living with his wife Mary E., 55; and their children: William A., 23 clerk at retail store and single; and M. Elizabeth, 19 assistant at dental office and single.  DelBert was 31 and Mary 29 when they married.  Mary’s father was born in French Canada and her mother was born in Ireland.  Second Ward.

Laura F. Hillard [703 Elm Street] 67; living with her daughter Myra E., 26 beautician and single.  Laura was 26 when she married.  Second Ward.

Howard K. Hilner [404 Main Street] pastor at Lutheran church, 33; living with his wife Lena M., 37; and their children: Dorothea M., 6; and Howard K., 3 2/12.  Howard was 25 and Lena 29 when they married.  Second Ward.

Emanuel A. Hoffman [5 Pennsylvania Avenue] boiler maker at car shop, 30; living with his wife Pauline M., 26; and their children: Ruby I., 2; and Myron R., 7/12.  Also living with Emanuel is his father-in-law, John O. Raup, 58, house painter and widowed; and sister-in-law Virginia E. Raup, 15.  Emanuel was 25 and Pauline 22 when they were married.  John was 22 when he was married.  Pauline’s mother was born in Viriginia.  First Ward.

Frank Hontz [East Seventh Street] section hand on railroad, 29; living with his wife Catherine, 25; and their children: Catherine, 7; Gladys, 5 1/12; Ethel, 4/12.  Frank was 21 and Catherine 17 when they married.  Second Ward.

Robert C. Hoover [Elm Street] burner at car factory, 24; living with his wife Mary E., 22; and their two sons: Robert C., 2 8/12; and Harold, 7/12.  Robert was 20 and Mary 18 when they married.  Second Ward.

Fred H. Housel [914 Main Street] dentist, 37; living with his wife Margaret M., 39; and their children: Mary A., 13; William E., 9; and Margery A., 6.  Fred was 22 and Margaret 24 when they married.  Also living with Fred was his sister Edith M. Corrin, 39 and her daughter Jean H. Corrin, 14. Edith was 23 when she married.  Margaret was born in Ohio as were her parents.  Second Ward.

John A. Huff [229 East Seventh Street] laborer at car factory, 36; living with his wife Laura, 34.  John was 33 and Laura 31 when they married.  Also living with John was his father-in-law S. Oscar Phillips, 63 and a widower; and his two brother-in-laws: Clarence L. Phillips, 36 carpenter and single; and Chester W. Phillips, 24 laborer and single.  Oscar was 27 when he married.  Second Ward.

Hattie B. Huffman [18 Second Street] 62 and widowed; living with her sister: E. Maude, 50 and single working as a bookkeeper for coal and feed company.  Hattie was 22 when she was married.  Also living with Hattie were her son and daughter-in-law: Fred C., 39 and a cashier at bank; and Bonita, 30 and school librarian.  Fred was 38 and Bonita 30 when they were married.  First Ward.

Luther E. Huffman [119 Third Street] laborer at brick plant, 20; living wityh his wife Leona M., 18.  Luther was 20 and Leona 18 when they were married.  First Ward.

Paul S. Huffman [719 Main Street] laborer at brick factory, 30; living with his wife Grace E., 36; and their son Paul R., 9.  Paul was 20 and Grace 25 when they married.  Also living with Paul was his father-in-law James A. Zettlemoyer, 65 and a widower; and his brother-in-law Thomas Zettlemoyer, 36 taxidermist and single.  James was 26 when he married.  Second Ward.

W. James Huffman [25 Second Street] brakeman on railroad, 51; living with his wife Minnie C., 54.  James was 29 and Minnie 32 when they were married.  Also living with James was his father-in-law: Charles A. Otto, 88 born in Germany as were his parents and widowed.  Charles became a US citizen in 1870 was 29 when he married.  Both of Minnie’s parents were born in Germany.  First Ward.

Maynard F. Huhn [503 Elm Street] foreman at planing mill, 56; living with his wife Sadie J., 53.  Maynard was 22 and Sadie 19 when they were married.  Also living with Maynard was his mother-in-law Mary Phillips, 80 and widowed.  Mary was 17 when she was married.  Second Ward.

Henry R. Hummel [124 Main Street] physician, 69; living with his wife Clara E., 70.  Henry was 23 and Clara 38 when they were first married.  Living with them was Ina R. Muffly, 58 a servant and single.  First Ward.

James K. Huther [904 Main Street] federal mail carrier, 54; living with his wife Annie E., 55; and their children: Florence S., 21 school teacher and single; and Fred W., 20 bookkeeper and single.  James was 25 and Annie 26 when they married.  Also living with James was his mother-in-law Serena Whitman, 79 and widowed.  Serena was 20 when she married.  Second Ward.

Ella G. Johnson [Main Street] servant in a private home, 48; living with her daughter Carrie B., 16 and a spiner at silk mill.  Ella was 20 when she married.
First Ward.

J.S. Johnson [9 Fifth Street] building carpenter, 80; living with his wife Ellen, 80.  J.S. and Ellen were 20 when they married.  Second Ward.

N.Y. Jones [710 Ash Street] tax collector for Watsontown borough, 54; living with his wife Mary A., 56; and their son Harvey F., 24 finisher at table factory; and daugther-in-law Carrie A., 29; and grandsons: Frank N., 5 6/12; and William E., 1 3/12.  N.Y. was 20 and Mary 22 when they married.  Harvey was 19 and Carrie 24 when they married.  Carrie’s mother was born in Germany.  Second Ward.

Warren M. Johnson [Main Street] clerk at post office, 40; living with his wife Ida B., 30; and their children: James L., 3; and Ina Mae, 1.  First Ward.

Frank E. Kear [5 Seventh Street] superintendent at silk mill, 51; living with his wife Stella M., 49; and their children: Katherine C., 15; and Franklin, 9.  Frank was 25 and Stella 23 when they married.  Both of Frank’s parents were born in England.  Second Ward.

John Keebler [East Seventh Street] laborer at planing mill, 42; living with his wife Cora, 28; and their son Miles, 11.  John was 31 and Cora 17 when they married.  Second Ward.

Charles J. Keim [408 Main Street] proprietor of grocery store, 64; living with his wife Ina L., 62; and their daugher Margaret S., 15.  Charles was 32 and Ina 30 when they married.  Second Ward.

David H. Keim [906 Main Street] clerk at planing mill, 66; living with his wife Minnie G., 62; and their son Gerald, 25 inspector on state highway and single.  David was 25 and Minnie 21 when they married.  Second Ward.

Harold R. Keim [17 Fourth Street] clerk for railroad, 36; living with his wife Florence C., 36.  Harold and Florence were both 24 when they married.  First Ward.

Harry Keim [501 Elm Street] superintendent at water company, 60; living with his wife Grace W., 40.  Harry was 35 and Grace 38 when they married.  Also living with Harry was a nephew, William Shimer, 17.  Second Ward.

Clifford L. Kemble [112 Second Street] laborer at furniture, 29; living with his wife Hazel V., 30; and their chidlren: Mary K., 6; Ruth N., 3 5/12; Barbara J., 24/12; Winifred L, 7/12.  Clifford was 22 and Hazel 23 when they were married.  First Ward.

Edwin C. Kemble [110 Pennsylvania Avenue] fireman at brick plant, 53; living with his wife Susan H., 51; and their children: Cathrine M., 28, winder at silk mill; Eugene G., 26, weaver at silk mill; Gaylon R., 19, woodworker at Door and Sash; Madalyn D., 15; and Lois A., 11.  Edwin was 24 and Susan 22 when they were married.  First Ward.

Georg V. Kemble [212 Main Street] 51; living with his wife Blanche S., 45.  Georg was 51 and Blanche 44 when they were married the first time.  First Ward.

Harry A. Kemble [South Main Street] fur farm on fox farm, 50; was married at the age of 18 and was now divorced; living with a servant, Maud Showl, 37 who was married at the age of 21.  Also living with Harry were his children: Carl R., 3; and Pearl E., 2.  First Ward.

Ellen J. Kemmerer [714 Main Street] 73 and widowed; living with her son Martin E., 45 building painter and married.  Ellen was 20 when she married.  Second Ward.

Edwin B. Ketner [30 Pennsylvania Avenue] furniture salesman, 62; living with his wife Ida M., 59.  Edwin was 32 and Ida 29 when they were married.  First Ward.

William S. Kerlin [Liberty Street] foreman on railroad, 63; living with his wife Minnie J., 61; and their two sons: Roy E., 31 and a laborer at the brick plant; and Joseph S., 25 and worked at door and sash as a gate watchman.  William was 23 and Minnie 21 when they were married.  First Ward.

Lewis O. Kerstetter [1005 Main Street] laborer at brick yard, 38; living with his wife Minnie R., 38; and their son Carmon W., 9; and daughter Janet I., 1 2/12.  Lewis was 26 and Minnie 24 when they married.  Also listed at this address  was John I. Messinger.  Second Ward.

Hugh King [Elm Street] laborer at brick yard, 33; living with his wife Hattie, 33 house work for private family; and their son Chris, 12.  Hugh and Hattie were 19 when they married.  Hugh, Hattie and Chris were all born in the District of Columbia as were their parents.  All the members of the family were listed as negroes.  Second Ward.

Lawrence M. King [725 Main Street] woodworker at brick yard, 32; living with his wife Arlene F., 31; and their daughter Betty J., 3.  Lawrence was 28 and Arlene 27 when they married.  Second Ward.

Sterling C. King [412 Main Street] physician, 33; living with his wife Cecelia C., 25; and their two daughters: Dorothy R., 8 10/12; and Barbara R., 1 2/12.  Sterling was 27 and Cecelia was 19 when they married.  Also living with the family was the housekeeper, Faye Kramer, 48 and single.  Both of Cecelia’s parents were born in Germany.  Second Ward.

Mary L. Kirk  [Main Street] school teacher, 55 and widowed; living with her mother Annie M. Frymire, 82 and widowed.  Mary was 22 when married.  Annie was 21 when married.  First Ward.

John H. Kishbaugh [814 Ash Street] foreman at silk mill, 38; living with his wife Ida K., 28.  John was 30 and Ida 20 when they married.  Second Ward.

Ella Kisner [409 Liberty Street] tailoress, 59 and single; living with her mother Matilda Kisner, 85 and widowed.  Matilda was 21 when she married.  Second Ward.

William A. Kitchen [401 Elm Street] railroad carpenter, 61; living with his wife Miriam, 60; and their daughter Miriam, 14.  Miriam was 35 at the age of her first marriage.  Second Ward.

Samuel C. Klapp [146 Main Street] druggist, 55; living with his wife Marian A., 48; and their children: Grace E., 25 and a school teacher; Clarence R., 21 and a salesman at the drug store; Marian I., 19; and Paul C., 16.  Samuel was 28 and Marian 21 when they married.  Also living with Samuel was his mother-in-law Cecilia Hinkson, 69 a school teacher and widowed.  First Ward.

George M. Kline [11 Fourth Street] laborer at table factory, 66; living with his wife Rebecca J., 69.  George was 22 and Rebecca 25 when they married.  Second Ward.

Willard R. Klingman [7 Fifth Street] local salesman for planing mill, 51; living with his wife Anna, 53; and their daughter Kathryn, 22 a school teacher and single.  Willard was 29 and Anna 23 when they married.  Second Ward.

Herbert M. Knowlton [410 Main Street] merchant of confectionary store, 74; living with his wife Sadie F., 72; and their children: Maude M., 44 music teacher and single; and Claude F., 38 clerk in confectionary store and single.  Herbert was 28 when he married.  Herbert was born in New York as were his parents.  Second Ward.

Charles H. Koch [908 Elm Street] shipping clerk at table factory, 66 and a widower.  Charles was 21 when he married.  Second Ward.

Oliver S. Koch [701 Main Street] plumber, 39; living with his wife Ruth P., 35; and their children: Marjorie L., 14; and Charles S., 10.  Oliver was 22 and Ruth 18 when they married. Also living with the family was a niece, Marie A. Sechler, 20 a stenographer for power company and single.  Second Ward.

Albert Kolp [East Seventh Street] laborer at odd jobs, 33; living with his wife Helen, 31; and their children: Anna, 12; Chester, 10; Max, 7; S. William, 5 1/12; Charlotte, 2 6/12.  Albert was 20 and Helen 18 when they married.  Albert was born in New York.  Second Ward.

Albert Koons [226 East Eighth Street] laborer at table factory, 66; living with his wife Martha J., 66.  Albert and Martha were 27 when they married.  Second Ward.

Guy F. Koons [223 East Seventh Street] setter at brick factory, 39; living with his wife Bessie B., 44.  Guy was 30 and Bessie 35 when they married.  Second Ward.

Ralph S. Koons proprietor of garage, 37; living with his wife Martha W., 36.  Ralph was 33 and Martha 22 when they married.  Second Ward.

Deozro C. Kramer [403 Liberty Street] proprietor of retail cigar store, 71; living with his wife Edith E., 49.  Also living with Deozro was his sister-in-law Sarah Wertman, 57 and single.  Second Ward.

Frank C. Kramer [Fourth Street] laborer at brick plant, 48; living with his wife May I., 50; and their daughter Margarette E., 26 bookkeeper for dairy and single.  Frank was 21 and May 23 when they married.  First Ward.

Harry W. Kramer [18 Fourth Street] superintendent at brick plant, 37; living with his wife Gertrude E., 40; and their children: Woods C., 14; E. Loraine, 10; and Alverna R., 30/12.  Harry was 22 and Gertrude 40 when they married.  First Ward.

Clarence A. Kratzer [1004 Elm Street] laborer at brick yard, 33; living with his wife Oletha, 28.  Clarence was 24 and Oletha 19 when they married.  Second Ward.

Stewart M. Kratzer [514 Liberty Street] laborer at table factory, 37; living with his wife Emma A., 37; and their five daughters: Mary, 15; Pearl, 10; Hazel, 7; Mabel, 5 8/12; and Grace, 4 2/12.  Stewart and Emma were 21 when they married.  Second Ward.

Daniel A. Kremer [23 Main Street] retired, 69; living with his wife Emma F., 65.  Daniel was 47 and Emma 42 when they married.  First Ward.

Ada Krisher [10 Eighth Street] 64 and single.  Second Ward.

Henry C. Krisher [138 Main Street] pattern maker at foundry, 59; living with his wife Hulda, 59.  Henry and Hulda were 29 when they married.  First Ward.

Raymond Krisher [215 East Eighth Street] laborer at table factory, 51; living with his wife Etta, 49; and their two sons: Edward, 17 laborer at table factory and single; and John, 13.  Raymond was 23 and Etta was 21 when they married.  Second Ward.

Lewis A. Krumm [28 Main Street] retired carpenter, 79; living with his wife Sophia A., 71; and their granddaughter Mildred S. Bryson, 22 dental hygenist at school and married.  Lewis was 27 and Sophia 19 when they were married.  Mildred was 21 when she was married.  First Ward.

Calvin S. Kunkel [35 Main Street] building painter, 49; living with his wife Margarette, 39.  Calvin was 40 and Margarette 30 when they married.  First Ward.

Clarence E. Kurtz [516 Liberty Street] laborer at brick factory, 34; living with his wife Margaret E., 27; and their son Clarence E., 9.  Clarence was 24 and Margaret 17 when they married.  Second Ward.

Thomas LaForme [913 Elm Street] laborer, 68; living with his wife Ella A., 63.  Thomas was 22 and Ella 28 when they married.  Second Ward.

Gereon J. Laidacker [109 Eighth Street] proprietor of garage, 45; living with his wife Rose, 42; and their daughter Gladys, 5 6/12.  Gereon was 29 and Rose 26 when they married.  Second Ward.

W. Elmer Laidacker [Main Street] automobile merchant, 53 and a widower; living with his daughter Frances, 19 and single.  Elmer was 22 when he was married.  Also living with the family was a servant, Ora Tierny, 43 and widowed.  Ora was 20 when she married.  First Ward.

S. Gregg Lantz [509 Elm Street] retired, 74; living with his wife Annie E., 72.  Gregg was 23 and Annie 19 when they married.  Also living with Gregg was his sister-in-law Sarah Diehl, 66 and widowed.  Sarah was 27 when she was married.  Second Ward.

William M. Lantz [114 Main Street] accountant for railroad, 49; living with his wife Alda I., 48.  William was 30 and Alda 29 when they married.  First Ward.

George W. Lehman [909 Elm Street] laborer at brick yard, 30; living with his wife Mary, 25; and their children: John, 7; and Lois, 4 5/12.  George was 21 and Mary 16 when they married.  George’s father was born in Germany.  Second Ward.

Dallas A. Leiby [Main Street] taylor, 50; living with his wife Ethel W., 40.  Dallas was 33 and Ethel 21 when they married.  First Ward.

George M. Leiser [505 Liberty Street] laborer at brick yard, 61; living with his wife Florence, 47.  George was 21 when he married.  Florence was 37 when she married.  Second Ward.

Sarah M. Leiser [42 Main Street] 57 and single; living with her sister Anne D. Leiser, 53 and single.  First Ward.

Fred H. Lesher [411 1/2 Elm Street] foreman of sash department at planing mill, 59; living with his wife Jennie M., 51; and their daughter Eleanor, 9.  Fred was 28 and Jennie 20 when they married.  Second Ward.

Jay W. Lesher [407 Elm Street] sash maker at planing mill, 49; living with his wife Sarah K., 48.  Jay was 33 and Sarah 32 when they were married.  Second Ward.

Susanna Lesher [515 Elm Street] 78 and a widow; living with her daughter Emma M., 52 a dressmaker and single.  Susanna was 18 when she married.  Second Ward.

Lawrence R. Levan [197 East Eighth Street] laborer at brick yard, 27; living with his wife Miriam, 33; and their son Fred, 13.  Lawrence was 24 and Miriam 30 when they married.  Second Ward.

Roy W. Levan [208 East Eighth Street] foreman at table factory, 49; living with his wife Ethel, 48; and their children: Helen Koons, 26 floorlady at silk mill and married; Fred Levan, 22 spray finisher at table factory and single; Dorothy, 19; Esther, 16; Merle, 20 laborer at silk mill and single; Clair, 14 (son); and Betty, 8; and two granddaughters: Freda Koons, 8; and Florence Koons, 5 1/12.  Roy was 19 and Ethel 18 when they married.  Helen was 16 when she married.  Second Ward.

Russell E. Levan [46 South Main Street] conductor on frieght train, 46; living with his wife Margaret R., 42; and their children: Hermon C., 21; Jennie V., 15; and Marion L., 6.  Russell was 24 and Margaret 20 when they were married.  First Ward.

Lawrence L. Lewis [605 Main Street] 63; living with his wife Mae D., 59; and their son L. Deroy, 31 radio salesman and single.  Lawrence was 25 and Mae 21 when they married.  Both of Larence’s parents were born in Scotland.  Second Ward.

Stanley L. Lindauer [reat 519 Elm Street] foreman door department at planing mill, 38; living with his wife Lillian, 34; and their children: Sylvia, 14; Thelma, 12; Julia, 11; Lawrence, 9; Fred, 8; Arla, 6; Anna, 5 4/12; Betty, 3 9/12; and Earl, 1 11/12.  Stanley was 24 and Lillian 20 when they married.  Second Ward.

Fredrick H. Long [14 Pennsylvania Avenue] retired, 70; living with his wife Cathrine A., 60; and a niece: Cathrine A. Goosler, 16.  Fredrick was 27 when he was first married and Cathrine 23 when she was first married.  Fredrick’s mother was born in South Hampton, England.  First Ward.

Joseph D. Lowry [15 Third Street] retired, 63; living with his wife Rebecca M., 62.  Joseph was 23 and Rebecca 22 when they married.  First Ward.

J. Lundy Lupfer [507 Elm Street] optometrist, 59; living with his wife Rosa, 63.  Lundy was 27 and Rosa 31 when they married.  Second Ward.

Merrill Y. Lynn [911 Elm Street] foreman at brick company, 44; living with his wife Ethel M., 42; and their children: Walter, 16; and Grace, 13.  Merrill was 19 and Ethel 17 when they married.  Second Ward.

Ezra L. Lyons [112 Pennsylvania Rail Road Avenue] none, 73; living with his wife Cora J., 67 and their son Ralph E., 33.  Ezra was 23 and Cora 18 when they were married.  Ralph was married at the age of 28 and was a waiter in a restaurant.  First Ward.

Frank Lyons [511 Ash Street] trainman for railroad company, 46; living with his wife Rachel E., 36; and their children: F. Elwood, 12; Robert L., 10; Richard M., 7; Helen Ruth, 5 4/12; and Ola M., 2 7/12.  Rachel was 22 when she married.  Also living with Frank was his mother-in-law, Mary E. Foulk, 82 and widowed.  Mary was 29 when she married.  Second Ward.

Ellis Machamer [228 East Eighth Street] laborer at brick yard, 34; living with his wife Rosie, 27 and laborer at silk mill.  Ellis was 28 and Rosie 21 when they married.  Also living with Ellis was his father-in-law Adam Diehl, age unknown laborer at planing mill and a widower.  Second Ward.

Chester E. Makin [14 Third Street] machines at door and sash, 30; living with his wife Ethel M., 27.  Chester was 28 and Ethel 25 when they married.  First Ward.

Elizabeth Marr [Main Street] clerk, 41 and divorced; living with her two daughters: Anna R., 13; and Doris, 11.  Elizabeth was 25 when she married.  Second Ward.

Margaret Marsh [807 Main Street] bookkeeper at brick company, 35 and single; living with her mother Martha, 72 and divorced.  Martha was 18 when she married. Second Ward.

William G. Marsh [215 Main Street] physician, 77; living with his wife Emma C., 81; and their daughter Marie M. Leinbach, 44 and widowed; and her two children: Kent Leinbach, 16; and Emeline Leinbach, 14.  William was 28 and Emma 31 when they married.  Marie was 22 when she married.  First Ward.

Walter C. Marshall [Alms House] molder at foundry, 36; living with his wife Margaret M., 30; and their son Francis, 14.  Walter was 22 and Margaret 17 when they were married.  Also living with the family were the following boarders: Charley W. Brown, 63 single and a laborer; John Young, 19 single and laborer at brick plant; William Gauger, 50 and single; and Joseph Berkhart, 55 and single.  First Ward.

John I. Martin [319 Elm Street] employed at dairy, 56; living with his wife May R., 52.  John was 27 and May 23 when they married.  Also living with them was their daughter-in-law: Maxine R., 29 widowed and teaching school; and her son Donald E. Martin, 6.  Maxine was 23 when she married.  Maxine was born in Ohio as were her parents.  First Ward.

Richard R. Martin [612 Main Street] plumber, 55; living with his wife Ida R., 53.  Richard was 22 and Ida 20 when they married.  Second Ward.

Harry L. Mausteller [231 East Seventh Street] laborer at railroad company, 35; living with his wife Stella E., 31; and their children: Hurley, 14; Homer, 12; Pauline, 10; Harry, 4; and Eleanor, 2.  Harry was 19 and Stella 16 when they married.  Second Ward.

Isaiah M. Mausteller [509 Ash Street] crossing watchman for railroad, 69; living with his wife Nora A., 56.  Isaiah was 26 when he first married and Nora was 20.  Isaiah was born in Illinois.  Second Ward.

Myron Mausteller [13 Second Street] conductor on railroad, 30; living with his wife Kathryn E., 29; and their children: Norma J., 9; Frances, 7; Myron B., 1; and Patricia, 2/12.  Myron and Kathryn were 19 when they were married.  Myron’s father was born in Illinois.  Kathryn was born in Iowa as was her father.  First Ward.

John R. Maxfield [Fourth Street] laborer at brick yard, 31; living with his wife  Juanita, 26; and their son Lake, 7.  John was 23 and Juanita 18 when they married. Second Ward.

Boyd H. McBath [308 Main Street] black smith at brick plant, 49; living with his wife Mary J., 46.  Boyd was 25 and Mary 22 when they married.  First Ward.

Herman McClintock [224 East Eighth Street] laborer on railroad, 40; living with his wife Florence, 28; and their daughter Dorothea, 9.  Herman was 31 and Florence 19 when they were married.  Second Ward.

Howard McClintock [248 East Eighth Street] trackman on railroad, 37; living with his wife Flora, 43.  Howard was 27 and Flora 33 when they married.  Second Ward.

Russell G. McClintock [601 Elm Street] welder at car shop, 29; living with his wife Rebecca, 28; and their children: William, 6; Thomas, 3 11/12; and Jean Ann, 1 11/12.  Russell was 22 and Rebecca 21 when they married.  Also living with Russell was his father-in-law William C. Brimmer, 67 a tailor and a widower.  Second Ward.

Jennie M. McClure [12 Second Street] 73 and widowed; living with her niece and nephew-in-law: Helen M. Rabe, 39; and Edward F. Rabe, 37 and a dentist; and their son Edward F. Rabe, 11.  Jennie and Helen were born in New York as were their parents.  The older Edward F. Rabe was born in Massachusetts as were both of his parents.  First Ward.

Allen McCollin [219 East Seventh Street] trucking for Watsontown borough, 27; living with his wife Jennie, 30; and their five daughters: Ruth, 7; Eleanor, 6; Jean, 4 8/12; Helen, 3 3/12; and Shirley, 10/12.  Allen was 18 and Jennie 22 when they married.  Second Ward.

Bertha M. McCollin [10 Pennsylvania Avenue] 53; widowed; living with her children: Vera M., 22, winder at silk mill; Robert E., 18, laborer at sash factory; Edith H., 16; Douglas E., 12; and Harold E., 10.  First Ward.

Henry McCollin [205 East Eighth Street] watchman at foundry, 35; living with his wife Mabel, 28; and their son Lester, 12.  Henry was 23 and Mabel 16 when they married.  Second Ward.

Albert McCormick [511 Elm Street] brick maker at brick company, 40; living with his wife Emma, 37; and their children: Gerotha, 17; Dortha, 11; George, 7; John, 5; Jane, 2 11/12.  Albert was born in Tennessee as were his parents.  Gerotha was born in Tennessee as well as both of her parents.  Second Ward.

Hammond McCormick [806 Elm Street] laborer at table factory, 44; living with his wife Miriam M., 45; and their three daughters: Emily I., 21 operator at telephone company and single; Frances H., 14; and Audrey, 4 5/12.  Hammond was 19 and Miriam 20 when they married.  Second Ward.

Laura C. McCormick [151 Main Street] 71 and widowed; living with her children: Rachel F., 46 and merchant at the paper store; Robert H., 44 and a brick layer; Anna F., 42 and a school teacher; Frank W., 40 and a brick layer.  Laura was 22 when she married.  Also living with Laura was a niece Eleanore F. McCormick, 34 saleslady at stationary store and single.  First Ward.

Anna McDowell [616-A Main Street] 85 and widowed.  Anna was 51 when she married.  Second Ward.

Dean McFarland [801 Main Street] salesman for brick company, 49 and single.  Second Ward.

Zehner McFarland [1001 Main Street] proprietor of retail store, 48; living with his wife Margaret, 49; and their children: John, 18 clerk in store and single; Martha, 15 clerk in store; James, 10; and Margaret, 7.  Zehner was 22 and Margaret 23 when they married.  Second Ward.

Sylvester McGlaughlin [26 Pennsylvania Avenue] laborer at mill, 70; living with is wife Thressa M., 69.  Sylvester was 18 and Thressa was 17 when they were married.  Sylvester’s parents were both born in northern Ireland and Thressa’s parents were both born in Alsace Lorraine, France.  First Ward.

John McIntyre [610 Elm Street] janitor at Reformed church, 71; living with his wife Martha J., 71 general cleaning homes etc.  John and Martha were 20 when they married.  John’s father was born in the Irish Free State and his mother was born in Northern Ireland.  Second Ward.

Thomas F. McIntyre [Canal Street] truck hawling, 43; living with his wife Pearl E., 43; and their children: Helen M., 20 and a winder at the silk mill; Mary E., 19 and a winder at the silk mill; John F., 16; and Martha F., 13.  Thomas and Pearl were 21 when they were married.  Pearl was born in Missouri.  First Ward.

Dora B. McKee [818-B Main Street] bookkeeper at table factory, 54 and widowed; living with her sister Amanda C. Nuss, 68 and single.  Dora was 31 when she married.  Second Ward.

Foster McKee [905 Elm Street] truck driver for milling company, 29; living with his wife Elsie, 27; and their children: Marlin, 4 2/12; and Lois, 1 9/12.  Foster was 22 and Elsie 19 when they married.  Second Ward.

George E. McKee [707 Elm Street] laborer at brick factory, 54; living with his wife Emily J., 55.  George was 41 and Emily 42 when they married.  Emily was born in England as were her parents.  Emily came to the US in 1908.  Second Ward.

Harry E. McKee [719 Ash Street] cabinet maker at planing mill, 22; living with his wife Leona, 20; and their daughter Sarah J., 10/12.  Harry was 21 and Leona 19 when they married.  Second Ward.

Emma D. McLain [12 Third Street] 57 and widowed; living with her daughter Florence C., 35 and single working as a worper at knitting mill.  Emma was 21 when married.  First Ward.

Harry E. McLain [409 Elm Street] sander at planing mill, 53; living with his wife who was 47; and their son James W., 18.  Harry was 33 and his wife 27 when they married.  Second Ward.

Louise R. McLain [22 Pennsylvania Avenue] 71; widow; living with her daugher Bertha A. Werkheiser, 56, widow; and a sister Emma L. Raker, 62, widow.  Louise was 16 when she married.  Bertha was 23 when she married.  Emma was 18 when she married.  First Ward.

Clay H. McNinch [18 Pennsylvania Avenue] salesman at nursery, 52; widower.  Clay was 30 when he was married.  First Ward.

Ida McNinch [18 Pennsylvania Avenue] 71; widowed.  Ida was 18 when she was married.  First Ward.

William W. McVicker [Liberty Street] laborer at brick  factory, 44; living with his wife Ida P., 35 working in the silk mill; and their children: Robert C., 11; Stella A., 8; and Eugene R., 6.  Also living with the family was Lydia Heiser, 66 and widowed.  William was 32 and Ida 23 when they were married.  Lydia was 35 when she was married.  First Ward.

Carl McWilliams [18 Third Street] building carpenter, 36; living with his wife M. Ethel, 36; and their daughter Mary C., 3.  Carl and Ethel were both 30 when they were married.  First Ward.

Clark L. McWilliams [110 Eighth Street] laborer at butcher shop, 48; living with his wife Marie, 29; and their three sons: Kenneth, 12; Joseph, 10; and Jay, 6.  Clark  was 35 and Marie 16 when they married.  Second Ward.

John D. Meek [816 Ash Street] laborer at table factory, 47; living with his wife C. May, 40; and their children: Donald I., 18 part-time clerk at chain store and single; and Helen R., 10.  John was 27 and May 20 when they were married.  Second Ward.

Daniel P. Menges [Pennsylvania Avenue] painter, 74; living with his wife Lulu E., 56.  Daniel was 22 when he was first married.  Lulu was 45 when she was first married.  First Ward.

Paul F. Menges [411 Elm Street] shipper at planing mill, 50; living with his wife Lizzie A., 47.  Paul was 25 and Lizzie 22 when they were married.  Second Ward.

Fred Merrill [Canal Street] building electrician, 36; living with his wife Kathrine, 32; and their son Robert R., 18/12.  Fred was 26 and Kathrine 22 when they were married.  First Ward.

Robert A. Merrill [141 Main Street] grocery merchant, 65; living with his wife Susan A., 59.  Robert was 26 and Susan 21 when they married.  First Ward.

Charles E. Mertz [6 Pennsylvania Avenue] auto salesman, 43; living with his wife Mary A., 43.  Charles and Mary were both 23 when they were married.  First Ward.

Aaron H. Messinger [610 Main Street] foreman at car factory, 43; living with his wife Myra V., 41.  Aaron was 23 and Myra 21 when they married.  Living with Aaron was his brother, Joseph, 32 laborer at car factory and single.  Second Ward.

E. Allen Messinger [608 Main Street] laborer at car factory, 30; living with his wife Leda V., 31; and their children: Mary E., 12; and Ethan Allen, 8.  Allen was 17 and Leda 18 when they married.  Second Ward.

John I. Messinger [1005 Main Street] laborer at granite yard, 23; living with his wife Viola, 17; and their daughter Floria, 1 10/12.  A daugher Helen M. Rastetter, 12 was also listed.  John was 21 and Viola 15 when they married.  Also listed at this address was Lewis O. Kerstetter.  Second Ward.

Luther Middlesworth [720 Ash Street] foreman at brick yard, 35; living with his wife Elizabeth, 26; and their daughter Betty J., 6.  Luther was 28 and Elizabeth 17 when they married.  Luther’s mother was born in Iowa.  Second Ward.

William Middlesworth [211 East Eighth Street] laborer at brick yard, 37; living with his wife Jennie, 32 and a winder at silk mill; and their children: Catherine, 12; Evelyn, 9; Edna, 7; Mildred, 6; William, 5 3/12; and Mary Jane, 4 1/12.  William was 22 and Jennie 17 when they married.  Second Ward.

Benjamin F. Miller [227 East Seventh Street] night watchman at table factory, 65; living with his wife Margaret E., 56; and their daughter Clarissa, 17.  Benjamin was 26 and Margaret 17 when they married.  Second Ward.

Charles R. Miller [Main Street] building carpenter, 54; living with his wife Hazel G., 39.  Charles was 21 when he first married and Hazel was 25 when she first married.  First Ward.

George Miller [717 Main Street] fireman at brick factory, 54; living with his wife Jennie, 61.  George was 43 and Jennie 50 when they married.  Second Ward.

Margaret Miller [616-B Main Street] 83 and widowed.  Margaret was 42 when she married.  Second Ward.

Margaret Miller [713 Main Street] 50 and single.  Second Ward.

Raymond Miller [East Seventh Street] laborer at car factory, 48; living with his wife Carrie, 43; and their children: Ralph, 20 a laborer and single; Mary, 18; Harold, 9; Paul, 7; Ned, 4 1/12; and Ruth, 1.  Raymond was 25 and Carrie 20 when they married.  Second Ward.

Bertha A. Mitchner [16 Pennsylvania Avenue] 45; living with her sister Lula E. Mitchner, 47; and their neise Dorthy G. Wisner, 28, secretary at sash factory.  First Ward.

J. Watson Moltz [208 Pennsylvania Rail Road Avenue] electrician at power house, 45; living with his wife Ruth, 43; and their son Roy W., 14.  Also living with Watson was his borther-in-law Homer A. Gauger, 41, woodworker at Door and Sash.  Watson was 23 and Ruth 21 when they were married.  First Ward.

John L. Monroe [406 Pennsylvania Avenue] cabinet maker at planing mill, 68; living with his wife Julia R., 65; and their two sons: Paul L., 38 foreman at planing mill and divorced; and George, 28 and single.  Second Ward.

James M. Montgomery [24 Main Street] lumber salesman, 59; living with his wife Emma L., 56; and their children: James M., 20 state highway inspector and single; and O. Philip, 23 bank clerk and single.  Also living with the James was his sister-in-law: Mary V. Shay, 70 and single and a nurse Martha A. Tipple, 21 and single.  James was 31 and Emma 28 when they married.  Emma and Mary’s father was born in Maine.  First Ward.

Bert H. Moon [Liberty Street] laborer at door and sash, 50; living with his wife Maud E.,41; and their children: Ivan D., 12; and Elwood B., 11.  Bert was 37 and Maud 27 when they were married.  Also living with the family was a border, James Jones, 7/12.  First Ward.

Alvin Moore [118 Pennsylvania Avenue] engineer at steam shop, 36; living with his wife Margaret, 36.  They were both 21 when they were married.  First Ward.

Clark M. Moore [South Main Street] station engineer at sash mill, 32; living with his wife Madeline, 31; and their children: Joseph C., 10; Robert C., 9; Donald R., 6; and Edward D., 3.  Clark was 20 and Madeline 19 when they were married.  First Ward.

Curic E. Moore [701 Elm Street] laborer at brick yard, 24; living with his wife Edith F., 22; and their son James O., 1 8/12.  Curic was 21 and Edith 19 when they married.  Second Ward.

Edwin W. Moore [Third Street] wood worker at door and sash, 69; living with his wife H. Elizabeth, 59 and laborer at door and sash.  Edwin was 33 and Elizabeth 28 when they married.  First Ward.

Frank B. Moore [South Main Street] laborer at quarry, 29; living with his wife Joe A., 29; and their daughter Bernadine R., 6.  Frank was 24 and Joe 23 when they were married.  First Ward.

William M. Moore [102 Pennsylvania Avenue] 67; living with his wife Helen, 60.
William was 36 and Helen 29 when they were married.  First Ward.

Emil Moritz [411 Main Street] proprietor of barber shop, 61; living with his wife Lina, 60; and their daughter Ella M. Nicely, 39 bookkeeper at planing mill and divorced; and their granddaughter, Lina Belle Nicely, 9.  Emil was 20 and Lina 19 when they were married.  Ella was 28 when she was married.  Emil was born in Germany as were his parents.  Emil came to US in 1882.  Second Ward.

Barbara E. Moser [221-A East Seventh Street] 72 and widowed; living with her son Samuel M., 32 laborer at odd jobs and single.  Barbara was 20 when she married.  Second Ward.

Elmer W. Moser [13 Third Street] building electrician, 42; living with his wife Alta M., 40; and their children: Frances M., 16; Harold M., 13; Ralph E., 10; and Floyd E., 7.  Elmer was 19 and Alta 17 when they married.  First Ward.

Harvey E. Moser [717 Ash Street] stacker at brick yard, 42; living with his wife Laura M., 40; and their children: Dora E., 17 coner at silk mill and single; Verna C., 15 winder at silk mill and single; Ada M., 13; and H. LaRue, 10.  Harvey was 22 and Laura 20 when they married.  Second Ward.

Jacob B. Moser [Main Street] retired, 85 and widowed; living with his two daughters: Larah H., 50 a school teacher and single; and M. Kathryn, 45 and single.  Jacob was 24 when he married.  First Ward.

Jacob R. Moser [Ninth Street] sweeper at silk mill, 69; living with his wife Jennie, 67.  Jacob was 22 and Jennie 20 when they married.  Second Ward.

LeRoy Moser [701 Ash Street] laborer at planing mill, 39; living with his mother Clara E., 62 and widowed.  Clara was 18 when she married.  Second Ward.

Servatus H. Moser [7 Wagner Addition] laborer at Door and Sash, 33; living with his wife Hazel E., 37.  Servatus was 21 and Hazel 24 when they were married.  First Ward.

Abe Moyer [Second Street] merchant and owner of billiard parlor, 40; living with his wife Myrtle, 40.  Abe and Myrtle were 29 when they married.  Also living with Abe were the following roomers: Richard L. Renner, 22 and laborer at brick plant; Richard’s wife Ethel k. Renner, 22; and their daughter Rosalie C. Renner, 2/12.  Also, Lloyd A. Ford, 19 and laborer at brick plant; and Earl O. Barber, 25 and laborer at brick plant.  Abe was born in Virginia as were both his parents.  The Renners were all born in Maryland as were their parents and so was Lloyd Ford and his parents.  First Ward.

Daniel Moyer [210 East Eighth Street] laborer at planing mill, 52; living with his wife Letty Belle, 61.  Daniel was 20 and Letty Belle 28 when they married.  Daniel was born in Virginia as were his parents.  Letty Belle was born in West Virginia as was her mother.  Letty Belle’s father was born in Germany.  Second Ward.

Alvin J. Mowrer [Main Street] laborer at furniture factory, 44; living with his wife Lizzie E., 48.  Alvin was 35 and Lizzie 37 when they married.  First Ward.

Nelson W. Mowrer [1006 Elm Street] laborer at planing mill, 59; living with his wife Matilda E., 57; and their daughter Mary K., 27 school teacher and single.  Nelson was 24 and Matilda 22 when they married.  Both Matilda’s parents were born in Switzerland.  Second Ward.

Albert J. Muffly [22 Pennsylvania Avenue] farmer, 72; living with his wife Phebe J., 67.  Albert was 27 when he was married.  Phebe was 25 when she was married.  First Ward.

Ephraim A. Muffly [Wagner Addition] foreman at quarry, 46; living with his wife Nellie Y., 45; and their children: Carrol J., 21, barber at barber shop; Leona M., 18; Elwood A., 14; and Fred S., 12.  Ephraim and Nellie were both 18 when they were married.  First Ward.

Solomon Mull [217 East Seventh Street] laborer at state nursery, 24; living with his wife Grace, 21; and their son William, 1 11/12.  Solomon was 21 and Grace 18 when they married.  Second Ward.

Fred M. Murphy [120 Pennsylvania Avenue] furniture painter, 58; living with his wife Ida B., 45.  Fred was 35 and Ida 22 when they were married.  First Ward.

William E. Murray [Pennsylvania Avenue] carpenter, 55; living with his wife H. Bell, 52; and their daughters: Henrietta P., 18; Sarah H., 17; Mary C., 16; Anna E., 13.  William and Bell were both 23 when they were married.  First Ward.

Roy E. Myers [Pennsylvania Avenue] 41; living with his brother: Elmer F. Myers, 40.  Roy was single and Elmer was 26 when he was married.  Their mother was born in Wisconsin.  Both were millers at flour mill.  First Ward.

Harold Narber [915 Elm Street] assistant cashier at bank, 27; living with his wife Charella, 27.  Harold and Charella were 26 when they married.  Second Ward.

Angelo D. Necci [195 East Eighth Street] foreman for railroad, 34; living with his wife Miriam E., 28; and their children: Mary, 12; Ralph, 10; John, 8; Leah, 6; and George, 4 2/12.  Angelo was 20 and Miriam 14 when they married.  Angelo was born in Italy as were his parents.  Angelo came to the US in 1913.  Second Ward.

Theodore B. Neikirk [40 Main Street] superintendent at brick plant, 31; living with his wife Marie W., 27; and their daugher: Betty B., 24/12.  Theodore was 28 and Marie 24 when they married.  Also living with Theodore was his mother: Jennie A., 59 and widowed.  Jennie was 26 when she married.  Theodore and his mother Jennie were born in Maryland as were both all their parents.  First Ward.

Walter E. Neikirk [6 First Street] building electrician, 28; living with his wife Isabell N., 29; and their son Walter H., 7.  Also livign with the family was a border: Edwin H. Hilliard, 68 retired and a widower.  Walter and Isabell were 22 when they were married.  Edwin was 46 when he was married.  Walter was born in Maryland as were his parents.  Isabell’s father was born in Maryland.  Walter and Isabell’s son was born in Virginia.  First Ward.

Alice Newton [802 Ash Street] dressmaker, 50 and widowed; living with son Ray, 25 machinist at silk mill and single.  Alice was 22 when she married.  Ray was born in New York as was his father.  Second Ward.

Boyd H. Newton [Main Street] laborer at door and sash, 25; living with his wife Florence R., 18; and their daughter Mary L., 1.  Boyd was 23 and Florence 16 when they married.  Boyd’s mother was born in Germany.  First Ward.

Fred R. Newton [Pennsylvania Avenue] laborer at brick plant, 28; living with his wife Gladis J., 24; and their children: Ray M., 3 4/12; Fredrick J., 24/12; and Ida C., 5/12.  Fred was 24 and Galdis 18 when they were married.  Fred was born in New Yourk as was his father.  First Ward.

Paul M. Newton [221 East Eighth Street] laborer at table factory, 56; living with his wife Ida, 51; and their children: Alvin, 19 laborer at planing mill and single; Ruth, 15 laborer at silk mill and single; and Ethel, 10.  Paul was 23 and Ida 18 when they married.  Paul’s father was born in New York.  Ida was born in Germany as were her parents.  Ida came to US in 1883.  Second Ward.

Max E. Newton [113 Ninth Street] laborer at brick yard, 23; living with his wife Pearl E., 21; and their son Earl R., 3 4/12.  Max was 19 and Pearl 17 when they married.  Max was born in New York as was his father.  Second Ward.

John H. Nicely [303 Elm Street] cashier assistant at bank, 52; living with his wife Margaret E., 51; and their two daughters: Helen N., 17; and Ester G., 10. John was 28 and Margaret 26 when they married.  First Ward.

Kathryn R. Oakes [Main Street] 68 and widowed; living with her son John J., 36 confectionary store owner and single.  Also living with the family was a boarder Jane Jarett, 74 and widowed.  Kathryn was 18 when she married.  Jane was 19 when she married.  First Ward.

Walter D. Parsons [611 Main Street] manufacturer at brick factory, 50; living with his wife Ellen A., 39; and their two sons: Edwin R., 18; and John H., 15.  Walter was 32 and Ellen 21 when they married.  Ellen’s father was born in French Canada.  Second Ward.

Ben B. Patterson [Ninth Street] foreman at brick company, 35; living with his wife Wanda M., 37; and their children: Freda W., 14; B. Max, 9.  Ben was 19 and Wanda 21 when they married.  Ben was born in Iowa.  Second Ward.

George A. Patterson [17 Third Street] retired, 70; living with his wife May, 66; and their son: Albert E., 22 and a bookkeeper for a loan company.  George was 21 and May 19 when they married.  George was born in Iowa, but his parents were both born in Pennsylvania.  First Ward.

Horace E. Patterson [34 Pennsylvania Avenue] laborer at boiler plant, 43; living with his wife Edith C., 40; and their daughter B. Lanore, 12.  Horace was 28 and Edith 25 when they married.  Edith was born in Iowa and her parents were both born in New York.  First Ward.

John N. Patterson [Third Street] cashier assistant at bank, 25; living with his wife Lenora, 25; and their son Barton R., 1.  John was 21 and Lenora 20 when they married.  John was born in Iowa as was his father.  First Ward.

W. Grant Peifer [8 First Street] taylor, 63; living with his wife Mary A., 63.  Grant was 20 and Mary 21 when they were married.  Also living with the family was a roomer, Robert R. Ettela, 50 telegrapher for the railroad and divorced.  Robert was 21 when he was married.  First Ward.

Sarah Perry [9 Fourth Street] 80 and widowed.  Sarah was 16 when she married.  Second Ward.

George M. Peters [313 Elm Street] laborer at furniture plant, 67; living with his wife Hettie M., 55.  George was 27 and Hettie 42 when they married.  George’s father was born in Ohio as was Hettie’s mother.  First Ward.

Clarence L. Phillips [112 Liberty Street] hacker at brick plant, 28; living with his wife Mable L., 27.  Clarence was 24 and Mable 24 when they were married.  First Ward.

Daniel Phillips [212 Liberty Street] laborer at road work, 68 and widowed.  Living with Daniel were his children: Floy, 19 working as a laborer at brick plant and single; and Hery S., 22 working as a laborer at car shop and married to Cathrine K., 23.  Daniel was 22 when he was married, Hery was 19 and Cahtrine 20 when they were married.  First Ward.

Franklin L. Phillips [808 Ash Street] laborer at table factory, 45; living with his wife Gertrude L., 42; and children: Mildred I., 19 winder at silk mill and single; and Elwood L., 15.  Franklin was 22 and Gertrude 19 when they married.  Second Ward.

Lloyd Phillips [Matthew Street] laborer at planing mill, 31; living with his wife Martha, 32; and the following step-children: Stella Huff, 8; Laird Huff, 7; Ernestine Huff, 6; and Leah Huff, 4 3/12.  Lloyd was 30 when he married.  Martha was 22 when she married.  Second Ward.

Ray A. Phillips [110 Liberty Street] farmer, 24; living with his wife Glenndora E., 25 and was a looper at a house mill.  Ray was 22 and Glenndora 23 when they were married.  Living with them was a niece, Katherine M. Koons, 17 and single working at the silk mill.  First Ward.

Elmer S. Pick [108 Eighth Street] laborer at brick yard, 57 and a widower; living with daughter Eveline Rickard, 22; and son-in-law Randall R. Rickard, 22 and bookkeeper at creamery.  Elmer was 24 when he married.  Eveline was 20 and Randall 19 when they were married.  Second Ward.

Irvin P. Pick [220 East Eighth Street] laborer at brick yard, 48; living with his wife Bessie F., 45; and their daughter Helen M., 17.  Irvin was 22 and Bessie 19 when they married.  Second Ward.

J.M. Pick [800 Ash Street] laborer at brick factory, 65; living with his wife Alice, 59; and their son Elwood, 19 weaver at silk mill and single.  J.M. 25 and Alice 19 when they married.  Second Ward.

Elwood Plymette [225 East Seventh Street] chauffer for private family, 30; living with his wife Florence, 29; and their children: Mary Louise, 6; Marlin, 3 6/12; Merle, 1 11/12; and Maxwell, 2/12.  Elwood was 23 and Florence 22 when they married.  Second Ward.

Frank W. Plymette [408 Liberty Street] woodturner at table factory, 53; living with his wife Pearl O., 50.  Frank was 26 and Pearl 23 when they married.  Second Ward.

Kenneth L. Preisler [304 Pennsylvania Rail Road Avenue] supervising principal at high school, 32; living with his wife Olive G., 31; and their daughter Janet G., 8.  Kenneth was 22 and Olive 21 when they were married.  First Ward.

Clyde H. Prowant [221-B East Seventh Street] laborer at car factory, 31; living with his wife Lena R., 30; and their daughter Jean G. 6.  Clyde was 21 and Lena 20 when they married.  Lena was born in Virginia as was her mother.  Lena’s father was born in West Virginia.  Second Ward.

David G. Prowant [515 Ash Street] fireman on railroad, 50; living with his wife Gertrude R., 48; and their children: Elsie M., 28 winder at silk mill; Mabel R., 27 winder at silk mill; Harry, 20; Floyd W., 18; Joyce L., 15; M. Lake, 11; Peiran D., 8; H. Maxine, 6; and Ethel M., 3 5/12.  David was 20 and Gertrude 19 when they married. Second Ward.

Margaret M. Radel [506 Elm Street] 59 and widowed.  Margaret was 42 when she married.  Second Ward.

Clarence E. Ranck [Pennsylvania Rail Road Avenue] school janitor, 69; living with his wife Mary M., 72; and their daughter Mabel I., 32 and forelady at silk mill.  Clarence was 23 and Mary 25 when they were married.  First Ward.

George F. Ranck [108 Tenth Street] 79; living with his wife Elizabeth, 70.  George was 28 and Elizabeth 19 when they married.  Second Ward.

Harry W. Ranck [East Seventh Street] laborer at brick yard, 54; living with his wife Alice M., 45; and their daughter Leona, 8.  Harry was 30 and Alice 21 when they married.  Second Ward.

John D. Ranck [309 Elm Street] laborer at brick plant, 38; living with his wife Phoebe D., 37; and their children: Olive M. 16 and a winder at silk mill; Inez M., 12; and Donald W., 9.  John was 22 and Phoebe 21 when they married.  Also living with John was his father-in-law Joseph H. Ranck, 65 and janitor at city hall.  Joseph was 21 when he married.  First Ward.

William F. Ranck [112 Main Street] building plumper, 40; living with his wife Zena H., 32; and their two daughters: Betty L., 6; and Jane H., 6.  William was 30 and Zena 22 when they married.  First Ward.

George Rank [199 East Eighth Street] laborer at odd jobs, 45; living with his wife Laura B., 44.  George was 21 and Laura was 19 when they married.  Laura’s father was born in New Jersey.  Second Ward.

John W. Raup [106 Third Street] bread baker, 36; living with his wife Elizabeth M., 35; and their children: Donald E., 16; Victor A., 14; Anna M., 12; Maxine M., 9; Paul R., 3; and Jean E., 2.  Also living with John was his father Edward E., 64, divorced.  John was 19 and Elizabeth 18 when they were married.  Edward was 27 when he was married.  First Ward.

William Raup [607 Elm Street] watchman on railroad, 60 and a widower; living with his two sons: Robert, 19; and Carroll, 25 and a trackman for the railroad.  Second Ward.

William L. Raup [South Main Street] mill worker, 50; living with his wife Bertha A., 50; and their children: Loyd E., 16, farm hand; Hazel A., 13; Grace E., 10; and Roy W., 8.  William was 20 and Bertha 19 when they were married.  First Ward.

John Ravert [603 Ash Street] laborer at planing mill, 63; living with his wife Jennie, 60.  John was 24 and Jennie 21 when they married.  Second Ward.

Emory A. Rea [1002 Elm Street] laborer at brick yard, 27; living with his wife Mildred, 23; and their daughter Esther, 0/12.  Emory was 24 and Mildred 20 when they married.  Second Ward.

Harry G. Rearick [Main Street] fireman at brick plant, 60; living with his wife Margaret E., 56.  Harry was 21 and Margaret was 18 when they married.  Margaret’s father was born in New York.  First Ward.

Edwin W. Reeser [810 Main Street] salesman of radios, etc., 45; living with his wife Mary G., 36 looper at knitting mill.  Edwin was 34 and Mary 25 when they married.  Second Ward.

Margaret E. Reeser [Main Street] 64 and widowed; living with her sister Louise A. Cadwallader, 57 and widowed.  Margaret was 22 when married and Louise was 37 when she was married.  Also living with the family was a servant, Sarah E. Diggan, 67 and widowed.  Sarah was 32 when married and her father was born in Germany.  First Ward.

Sherman Reinbold [705 Main Street] laborer at planing mill, 63; living with his wife Emma, 52; and their son Sherman N., 33 laborer at planing mill and single.  Sherman was 28 and Emma 17 when they married.  Second Ward.

Clark A. Renn [405 Elm Street] 58 and single; living with the following three sisters: Sarah, 51; Minnie, 56; and Elsie E., 48.  Second Ward.

George Rhone [16 Second Street] building electrician, 35; living with his wife Josephine R., 33.  George was 20 and Josephine 18 when they were married.  George’s mother was born in Michigan and Josephine as well as her parents were born in New Jersey.  First Ward.

Henry Rhone [116 Liberty Street] fireman at brick plant, 41; living with his wife Myrtle, 43.  Henry was 23 and Myrtle 25 when they were married.  Henry’s mother was born in Michigan.  First Ward.

Cora P. Riddell [308 Pennsylvania Rail Road Avenue] 50 and single.  Living with Cora was her mother, Rebecca H., 88 and widowed.  Rebecca was 25 when she was married.  First Ward.

Charley H. Ritter [20 Second Street] laborer for street repairs, 58; living with his wife Ida B., 54.  Charley was 21 and Ida 17 when they married.  First Ward.

John W. Ritter [318 Pennsylvania Rail Road Avenue] machinist at garage, 26; living with his wife Marguerite A., 28; and their son John S., 6.  John was 18 and Marguerite 21 when they were married.  Also living with the family was a border, Dorthy L. Shupp, 15.  First Ward.

Wilbur L. Ritter [720 Main Street] quarry man at brick factory, 34; living with his wife Annie J., 34; and their children: Irene, 13; Gordon, 10; Eleanor, 5 6/12; and Wilbur, 4.  Wilbur and Annie were 20 when they married.  Also living with Wilbur was his mother-in-law, Annie E. Ellis, 64 and widowed.  Annie was 18 when she married.  Second Ward.

Anna Robbins [Fourth Street] house keeper, 59 and widowed.  Anna was 22 when she married.  Second Ward.

James Robbins [207 East Eighth Street] laborer at planing mill, 66; living with his wife Hattie E., 63; and their son Calvin, 29 laborer at car factory and single.  James ws 22 and Hattie 19 when they were married.  Second Ward.

W. Austin Robbins [414 Main Street] proprietor of retail store, 60; living with his wife Blanche, 59.  Austin was 26 and Blanche 25 when they married.  Second Ward.

Thomas H. Robinson [118 Main Street] laborer at brick plant, 48; living with his wife Mary M., 47.  Thomas was 33 and Mary 31 when they were married.  Both of Thomas’ parents were born in the free state of Ireland.  Mary’s father was born in New York.  First Ward.

Harmon M. Roeller [904 Elm Street] foreman at granite plant, 31; living with his wife Mary, 22.  Harmon was 28 and Mary 19 when they married.  Harmon was born in Maryland as were his parents.  Mary’s parents were both born in Maryland. Second Ward.

Fred W. Rombach [317 Elm Street] manager at furniture company, 31; living with his wife Jean M., 31; and their son: William H., 34/12.  Fred and Jean were both 22 when they married.  Jean was born in New York.  First Ward.

Hattie M. Rombach [16 Third Street] 63 and single.  First Ward.

Howard W. Rombach [Main Street] superintendent at furniture factory, 54; living with his wife Margaret H., 47.  Howard was 25 and Margaret 21 when they married.  Living with Howard was his step-daughter Katharine E. Harper, 18 and single.  First Ward.

Alfred D. Roth [10 Third Street] milk distributor, 40; living with his wife Hazel L., 41; and their children: Alfred M., 19 and an operator at the theater; and Frances, 14.  Alfred and Hazel were 20 when they married.  Alfred’s father was born in New York.  First Ward.

Leslie C. Roth [809 Main Street] printer, 33; living with his wife Eve, 33; and their daughter Marion, 3 6/12.  Leslie and Eve were 23 when they married.  Leslie’s father was born in New York.  Second Ward.

R. Scott Rowe [513 Ash Street] truck driver for refinery, 45; living with his wife Daisy, 46 and pocket setter at shirt factory; and their son and his family: Benjamin E., 21 laborer at rubber works; his wife Mildred, 19; their children: Benjamin, 1 10/12; and Betty, 3 12.  Scott was 22 and Daisy 23 when they married.  Benjamin was 19 and Mildred 17 when they married.  Second Ward.

Howard D. Royer [107 Tenth Street] slatery, 34; living with his wife Annie E., 38.  Howard was 25 and Annie 30 when they married.  Second Ward.

William B. Royer [Pennsylvania Avenue] engineer for railroad, 52; living with his wife Mary C., 51.  William was 27 and Mary 26 when they were married.  First Ward.

Andrew J. Runyan [200 Liberty Street] carpenter, 73; living with his wife Lillian G., 70.  Andrew was 22 and Lillian was 25 when they were married.  First Ward.

Grant M. Runyan [820 Main Street] laborer at brick yard, 23; living with his wife Emma E., 19 coner at silk mill.  Grant was 20 and Emma 17 when they married.  Also living with Grant was an aunt, S. Jane Zettles, 78 and widowed.  Jane was 28 when she married.  Second Ward.

Andrew Russell [814 Elm Street] 64; living with his wife Elvina, 59; and their daughter Lillian E., 27 operator at telephone company and single.  Andrew was 30 and Elvina 25 when they married.  Second Ward.

Armond B. Russell [South Main Street] laborer on state road, 22; living with his wife Mary P., 20.  Armond was 20 and Mary 18 when they were married.  First Ward.

Emma L. Russell [914 Elm Street] 70 and widowed.  Emma was 50 when she married.  Second Ward.

William B. Russell [16 Third Street] farmer, 79; living with his wife Mary S., 76; and their three daughters: Sarah H., 52 and a school teacher; Hester B., 46 and a bookkeeper for brick plant; and Elizabeth Mc., 37 and a bookkeeper for steel plant.  William was 27 and Mary 22 when they were married.  Living with the family was a boarder: William H. Rhone, 69 a hog and cattle vetinarian and widowed.  William Rhone was 20 when he was married.  First Ward.

Edwin D. Sampsel [512 Liberty Street] laborer, 28; living with his wife Dorothy, 22; and their children: Helen M., 2 8/12; Edwin, 7/12.  Edwin was 25 and Dorothy 19 when they married.  Second Ward.

John G. Sampsel [709 Ash Street] 85; living with his wife Lenora J., 81; and their grandson George Sampsel, 24 electrician at table factory and divorced.  John was 29 and Lenora 25 when they married.  George was 19 when he married.  Second Ward.

David S. Sampsell [South Main Street] fireman at mill, 40; living with his wife Blanch M., 40; and their children: James W., 21, a brick maker; Herman, 19, a brick maker; Franklin, 17, a laborer at brick plant; Helen M., 15, worked at silk mill; Betty, 12; Gordon, 10; Martha C., 5; and Milford G., 3.  David and Blanch were both 18 when they were married.  First Ward.

Elmer Sanders [Third Street] mail carrier for U.S. mail, 56; living with his wife Bertha, 55.  Elmer was 21 and Bertha 29 when they were first married.  First Ward.

Ida M. Sanders [502 1/2 Elm Street] 61 and single.  Second Ward.

Margaret Sanders [412 Pennsylvania Avenue] 55.  Margaret was 29 when she married.  Second Ward.

Millie Sanster [1003 Main Street] 65 and single; living with her sister Lizzie, 64 and single.  Millie and Lizzie’s father was born in New York.  Second Ward.

William S. Savidge [417 Main Street] proprietor, 41; living with his wife Edna R., 42; and their daughter Jean M., 3 6/12.  William was 25 and Edna 26 when they married.  Second Ward.

Donald F. Saxton [214 Pennsylvania Avenue] bill clerk at mill, 34; living with his wife Ruth, 27; and their children: May M., 17; Rose E., 15; Margaret E., 12; Sarah K., 10; John W., 7; Joyce R., 5; and Ruth A., 8/12.  Donald was 17 when he was first married and Ruth was 20.  Ruth was born in Iowa.  First Ward.

John Saxton [903 Elm Street] laborer at planing mill, 63; living with his wife Margaret, 63.  John was 24 and Margaret 18 when they married.  Second Ward.

J. Griggs Schooley [712 Main Street] pharmicist at drug store, 52; living with his wife Mabel F., 43 proprietor of tea room; and their son William J., 19.  Griggs was 29 and Mabel 20 when they married.  Second Ward.

Kittie G. Schumucker [Pennsylvania Rail Road Avenue] 53; widowed and living with her daughter and son-in-law: Geraldine Sheffer, 28; and Robert M. Sheffer, 27 and vice president of dairy plant.  Kittie was 23 when she was married.  Robert was 22 and Geraldine 23 when they were married.  First Ward.

William I. Scott [803 Elm Street] estimator at planing mill, 41; living with his wife Jean, 34; and their two sons: John A., 9; and William J., 5 11/12.  William was 31 and Jean 24 when they married.  Second Ward.

Harold I. Seamon [110 1/2 Eighth Street] laborer at brick yard, 26; living with his wife Nellie I., 23; and their two daughters: Helen J., 4; and Virginia C., 1.  Harold was 20 and Nellie 18 when they married.  Second Ward.

George M. Seriff [815 Main Street] woodworker at table factory, 57; living with his wife C. Elizabeth, 51; and their daughter Edna M., 30 clerk in printing office and single.  George was 26 and Elizabeth 20 when they married.  Elizabeth was born in Iowa and her father in Germany.  Second Ward.

Sarah Shadle [Pennsylvania Rail Road Avenue] , 86, widow.  Sarah was 22 when she was married.  First Ward.

Richard J. Shafer [Main Street] barber, 39; living with his wife Mary A., 39; and their two daughters: Helen D., 7; and Mary L., 3.  First Ward.

William Shafer [806 Ash Street] truck driver for creamery, 41; living with his wife Edna, 36; and their two daughters: Isabel, 7; and Mary, 2 2/12.  William was 24 and Edna 19 when they married.  Second Ward.

George H. Shannon [28 Pennsylvania Avenue] merchant at hardware store, 68; living with his wife Clarissi A., 70; and a daughter Maud S. Ramer, 41; and a neice and nephew: Ethel E. Ramer, 15; and George H. Ramer, 3.  George was 26 and Clarissi 28 when they were married.  Maud was 25 when she was married.  First Ward.

Thomas B. Shannon [9 Canal Street] retired school professor, 74; living with his wife Lizzie A., 64.  Thomas was 53 and Lizzie 21 when each was first married.  First Ward.

William Shay [510 Main Street] lawyer, 71; living with his wife M. Alice, 69.  William was 22 and Alice 21 when they married.  William’s father was born in Maine.  Second Ward.

George E. Sheddy [114 Pennsylvania Rail Road Avenue] laborer at dairy, 57; living with his wife Edna M., 42 working as a winder in the silk mill and her daughters Allice E., 15; and Lera E., 13.  George was 35 and Edna 21 when they were married.  First Ward.

Charles Sheffer [1004 Main Street] president of creamery company, 55; living with his wife Bessie M., 49.  Charles was 27 and Bessie 21 when they married.  Second Ward.

Emma J. Shook [13 Third Street] 73; living with her children: Cora M., 40 and a winder at silk mill; and Raymon S., 27 and a laborer at door and sash.  Emma was 19 when she married.  First Ward.

Merrill A. Showers [602 Elm Street] laborer at car factory, 47; living with his wife Hattie, 54.  Merrill was 20 and Hattie 54 when they married.  Second Ward.

Harry R. Slifer [1006 Main Street] agent for railroad, 60; living with his wife Jennie M., 57.  Harry was 32 and Jennie 29 when they married.  Second Ward.

Montgomery O. Slifer [108 Pennsylvania Avenue] coal dealer, 26; living with his wife Ruth B., 21; and their daughter Mary J., 13/12.  Montgomery was 24 and Ruth 19 when they were married.  First Ward.

Albert L. Smith [Liberty Street] auto machinec, 20; living with his wife Mildred, 20; and their chidlren: Robert C., 20/12; and Albert L., 5/12.  Albert was 19 and Mildred 19 when they were married.  First Ward.

Augustus Smith [South Main Street] laborer on state highway, 35; living with his wife Elizabeth, 24; and his children: daughter Erlta, 12; Anna, 10; Evlin, 9; Embrose, 7; and Franklin, 6.  Augustus was 18 when he first married and so was Elizabeth.  First Ward.

Boyd W. Smith [106 Third Street] Insurance Company, 35; living with his wife Helen B., 35; and their two sons: Kenneth B., 11; and Donald K., 5.  Boyd was 22 as was Helen when they were married.  First Ward.

Emma J. Smith [127 Main Street] 62 and widowed; living with her daughter Bertha M., 38 a saleslady at dry good store and single.  Emma was 22 when married.  First Ward.

John W. Smith [129 Main Street] laborer at silk mill, 66; living with his wife Nancy M., 67.  John was 20 and Nancy 21 when they married.  Also living with the family was a boarder William N. Albright, 62 woodworker at door and sash and single.  Nancy’s father as born in Northern Ireland.  First Ward.

Milton P. Smith [Main Street] molder at foundry, 42; living with his wife Lottie C., 38; and their children: Robert H., 19 and was a draftsman for the state highway; and Helen G., 16.  Milton was 21 and Lottie 17 when they married.  First Ward.

Steven M. Smith [216 Pennsylvania Rail Road Avenue] foreman at Door and Sash, 67; living with his wife Ruth H., 35.  Steven was 20 when he was first married and Ruth was 34.  First Ward.

Thomas K. Smith [506 Main Street] 65; living with his wife Emma R., 66.  Thomas was 21 and Emma 22 when they married.  Living with Thomas was his sister-in-law Sarah C. VanFleet, 68.  Sarah was 21 when she married.  Second Ward.

John P. Springer [507 Liberty Street] foreman at planing mill, 61; living with his wife Lillie M., 60; and their daughter Phyllis V., 17.  John was 20 and Lillie 18 when they married.  Lillie’s father was born in Germany.  Second Ward.

Kathryn H. Sprole [27 Main Street] 70 and widowed; living with her daughter Bruna E., 36 single and a school teacher.  Kathryn was 20 when she married.  First Ward.

Donald Stackhouse [201 East Eighth Street] laborer at railroad, 26; living with his wife Louise, 36 and a looper at knitting mill.  Donald was 25 when he married.  Louise was 21 when she married.  Also living with Donald was his stepson James Garthwaite, 5 5//12.  Second Ward.

Cecil G. Stager [811 Main Street] clerk at planing mill, 38; living with his wife Nance T., 32; and their children: John P., 8; and Nance C., 4 6/12.  Cecil was 28 and Nance 22 when they married.  Nance was born in Illinois as were her parents.  Second Ward.

Charles N. Stahl [115 Third Street] laborer at door and sash, 49; living with his wife Nellie N., 44; and their daughter Lois M., 8.  Chalres was 30 and Nellie 24 when they were married.  First Ward.

Mary Stahl [210 Pennsylvania Avenue] 60; living with her sisters: Susan S., 56; and Carrie S., 47.  All three were single.  First Ward.

Warren R. Stahlnecker [Pennsylvania Avenue] laborer at brick plant, 35; living with his wife Alladean D., 37; and their sons: Lester J., 6; and Charels R., 14/12.  Warren was 23 and Alladean 25 when they were married.  First Ward.

Charles E. Sterner [803 Ash Street] 65; living with his wife Anna C., 71.  Charles was 24 and Anna 30 when they married.  Also living with Charles was his son-in-law and daughter and their family: Clifford Biever, 29 and a laborer for a Shipper Car Lumber Company; Helen E. Biever, 29 and their children: Eleanor Biever, 3 1/12; and Lois Biever, 1 6/12.  Clifford and Helen were 21 when they married.  Second Ward.

Edgar Sterner [Fourth Street] laborer at car factory, 37; living with his wife Sadie, 38.  Edgar was 31 and Sadie 32 when they married.  Second Ward.

Frank A. Sterner [310 Pennsylvania Rail Road Avenue] shoe repairer, 44; living with his wife Mae E., 44; and their son Fred A., 21, shoe repairer.  Also living with Frank was his father Jacob, 84, a widower.  Frank and Mae were both 20 when they were married.  Jacob was 21 when he was married.  First Ward.

Mahala Sterner [112 Liberty Street] 53, widowed; living with her children: Ned F., 23, laborer at brick plant; P. Lanore, 21, cashier at light company; Mildred R. 21; and a granddaughter Marilee F., 2.  Mahala was 27 when she was married.  First Ward.

Raymond B. Sterner [910 Main Street] repairman at electrical shop, 37; living with his wife Edna H., 39; and their son T. Hayes, 15.  Raymond was 20 and Edna 22 when they married.  Living with Raymond was his father-in-law Thomas P. Hayes, 82 laborer at planing mill and a widower.  Thomas was 36 when he married.  Second Ward.

Oscar J. Stewart [Main Street] proprietor of hotel, 42; living with his wife Verna A., 40; and their daughter Dorothy I., 15.  Oscar was 21 and Verna 18 when they were married.  Living with Oscar was a niece, Huda A. Sassaman, 8.  Also living with the family were the following boarders: Clyde M. Fetzer, 33 auto mechanic and single; Edgar O. Seaman, 51 machinery merchant and single; Mary C. Fetzer, 58 and widowed ~ her mother was born in South Wales; Calvin C. Heller, 56 building carpenter and divorced being 20 when he first married; and Anson K. Robinson, 50 laborer at brick plant and single ~ both his parents were born in Northern Ireland.  First Ward.

Ernest L. Straub [705 Elm Street] worked at table factory, 41; living with his wife Mary M., 46.  Ernest was 21 and Mary 26 when they married.  Second Ward.

Ralph N. Straub [South Main Street] brick maker, 29; living with his wife May, 27.  No children.  Ralph was 28 and May 26 when they were married.  May’s father was born in New York.  First Ward.

Arthur Strausner [619 Elm Street] cabinet maker at table factory, 28; living with his wife Mildred, 23 and spinner in silk mill; and their son Earl L., 1 8/12.  Arthur was 23 and Mildred 18 when they married.  Second Ward.

Mary A. Straussner [902-A Main Street] 59 and widowed; living with her daughter Bertha I., 17.  Mary was 21 when she married.  Second Ward.

Nelson Straussner [902-B Main Street] laborer at brick factory, 29; living with his wife Thelma, 27; and their son Sterling, 2 8/12.  Nelson was 23 and Thelma 21 when they married.  Second Ward.

Bertram Strickland [Seventh Street] clerk at steel mill, 38; living with his wife Grace, 49.  Bertram was 23 and Grace 34 when they married.  Second Ward.

William S. Strickland [408 Pennsylvania Avenue] woodworker at planing mill, 60; living with his wife Ella T., 58; and their son L. Gilbert, 17 a laborer and single.  William was 22 and Ella 20 when they married.  Also living with William was his mother-in-law Anna Crist, 80 and widowed; and his brother Joseph Strickland, 57 laborer at planing mill and divorced.  Anna was 21 when she married.  Joseph was 34 when he married.  Second Ward.

John E. Strickler [615 Elm Street] laborer at brick company, 30 and a widower; living with his son James 5 11/12.  John was 22 when he married.  Living with the family was a housekeeper, Mary Ellen Howell, 20 and her two children: Donald Howell, 6; and Miriam Howell, 4 7/12.  Mary Ellen was 23 when she married.  Second Ward.

Charles D. Strouse [412 Elm Street] machine hand at planing mill, 59; living with his wife Carrie m., 53.  Charles was 24 and Carrie 18 when they married.  Also living with the family was their son-in-law and daughter: Harry E. Loreman, 25 and a bench hand at planing mill; and Alvera M., 23.  Harry was 22 and Alvera 20 when they married.  Second Ward.

Charles A. Sturgis [134 Main Street] jeweler, 76; living with his wife Mary C., 68.  Charles was 25 and Mary 23 when first married.  First Ward.

Moses Swartz [607 Main Street] 63 and a widower; living with his sister Carrie, 58 and single.  Both of Moses and Carrie’s parents were born in Germany.  Second Ward.

Clair J. Switzer [14 Third Street] minister, 43; living with his wife Elizabeth C., 43; and their children: Frances E., 10; and Albert C., 8.  Clair and Elizabeth were 32 when they were married.  First Ward.

Joshua Taggart [901 Main Street] laborer of odd jobs, 50; living with his wife Mary, 50; and their son Walter E., 19 laborer doing odd jobs and single.  Joshua and Mary were 23 when they married.  Second Ward.

Charles E. Taylor [19 Third Street] retired, 72; living with his wife Anna E., 70.  Charles and Anna were both 20 when they married.  First Ward.

William A. Taylor [1003 Elm Street] shipper at table factory, 59; living with his wife Clara I., 64.  William was 28 and Clara 33 when they married.  Second Ward.

Harry H. Thomas [613 Elm Street] foreman cabinet department at planing mill, 26; living with his wife Nora, 26; and their three sons: Harry, 7; James T., 2 3/12; and John R., 1 5/12.  Harry and Nora were 18 when they married.  Second Ward.

James A. Thomas [8 Fourth Street] cabinet maker at table factory, 19; living with his wife Eleanor, 17; and their son James A., 9/12.  James was 18 and Eleanor 16 when they married.  Eleanor was born in North Dakota.  Second Ward.

George W. Thornton [504 Liberty Street] foreman at brick yard, 70; living with his wife Annie, 57.  George was 33 and Annie 20 when they married.  Second Ward.

Harry C. Thornton [704 Main Street] salesman for pharmaceutical company, 36; living with his wife Beulah E., 40.  Harry was 29 and Beulah 33 when they married.  Second Ward.

Edward R. Tiggart [24 Fourth Street] Justice of the Peace, 62.  Edward was 26 when he married.  First Ward.

Harry E. Tobey [218 East Eighth Street] laborer at brick yard, 40; living with his wife Eva G., 41.  Harry was 30 when he married.  Eva was 16 when she married.  Also living with the family was a son Albert Benshoff, 18 laborer at silk mill and single.  Second Ward.

Myrtle Trate [13 Fifth Street] 58 and widowed; living with her children: Ira B. Trate, 25 musician in orchestra and single; and Lois Monroe, 34 and divorced.  Myrtle was 24 when she married.  Lois was 22 when she married.  Second Ward.

George E. Treon [505 Elm Street] manager of grocery store chain, 38; living with his wife Blanche U., 39; and their children: Lucille M., 21 and a nurse at hospital; Jane A.,10; George W., 8/12.  George was 19 and Blanche 20 when they married.  Jane was born in Montana.  Second Ward.

Earl W. Trick [1007 Main Street] merchant of retail store, 41; living with his wife Eugenia 42; and their children: Jane, 10; and William, 7.  Earl was 30 and Eugenia 31 when they married.  Second Ward.

Laura F. Truckenmiller [500 Main Street] 54 and widowed.  Living with Laura was Mary O. Eggleston, 54 and widowed and Laura K. Eggleston, 14.  Laura was 34 when she married.  Mary was 26 when she married.  Second Ward.

Charles H. Tyson [142 Main Street] conductor on railroad, 42; living with his wife Sarah E., 37; and their daughter Lera E., 14.  Charles was 26 and Sarah 19 when they were married.  Also living with Charles was his father-in-law: John H. Simmons, 77 retired and widowed.  John was 25 when he married.  Both of John’s parents were born in Germany.  First Ward.

Earl J. Tyson [204 East Eighth Street] laborer at planing mill, 35; living with his wife Edna M., 20; and their two daughters: Thelma J., 13; and Alice M., 7.  Earl was 18 when he married.  Edna was also 18 when she married.  Second Ward.

Frank Tyson [214 East Eighth Street] laborer at planing mill, 63; living with his wife Josephine, 65.  Frank was 20 and Josephine 22 when they married.  Second Ward.

Lewis T. Tyson [502 Liberty Street] molder at foundry, 25; living with his wife Rena I., 25; and their daughter Edna, 4 8/ 12.  Lewis and Rena were 21 when they married.  Second Ward.

Paul Tyson [227 East Eighth Street] laborer at planing mill, 26; living with his wife Grace, 22; and their children: Ned, 5 4/12; and Betty Jane, 3 11/12.  Paul was 20 and Grace was 17 when they married.  Second Ward.

Ambrose Ulrich [305 Elm Street] wood worker at door and sash, 64; living with his wife Sarah J., 69; and their granddaughter: Lucile Ulrich, 15.  Ambrose was 21 and Sarah 27 when they married.  First Ward.

Bowman J. Ulrich [Main Street] laborer at furniture plant, 30; living with his wife Erma E., 28 and a winder at the silk mill; and their son Bowman J., 3 8/12.  Bowman was 25 and Erma 23 when they married.  First Ward.

Josephine Ulrich [416 Liberty Street] 52; living with Cloyd Mull, 33 laborer at brick factory; his wife Eva, 27 and a laborer at silk mill; and their children: Jeanette V., 4 1/12; and William L., 3 7/12.  Josephine was 17 when she married.  Cloyd was 28 and Eva 22 when they married.  Also living with the family were two relatives: Earl W. Franquet, 7; and Pearl V. Franquet, 6; as well as a boarder Arlie Charles, 22 core maker at foundry and single.  Second Ward.

Millie E. Ulrich [Pennsylvania Avenue] 42; widow; living with her sons: Robert A., 20, woodworker at Door and Sash; Lester L., 12; and James L., 8.  Millie was 18 when she was married.  First Ward.

Minnie Ulrich [707 Ash Street] dressmaker, 52; living with her son Leo E., 30 laborer at brick yard and married; daughter-in-law Eva U., 27; and grandchildren: LaRue, 4 7/12; and Sterling, 4/12.  Minnie was 22 when she married.  Leo was 24 and Eva 21 when they married.  Second Ward.

Ward W. Ulrich [316 Pennsylvania Rail Road Avenue] ban sawyer at Door and Sash, 45; living with his wife Elizabeth M., 45; and their daughter Violet P., 23, bookkeeper at P.P.&L.  Ward and Elizabeth were both 21 when they were married.  First Ward.

Truman L. Ungard [113 Main Street] conductor for freight railroad, 51 and widowed; living with his children: Verus E., 27 and a store manager; Frank C., 25 and a waiter at hotel; Phyllis E., 24 and a school teacher; Ethel M., 19; Dalphine D., 17; George E., 14; and Betty L., 7.  Truman was 18 when he married.  First Ward.

Clara Vanordstrand [100 Pennsylvania Avenue] 81; widow.  Clara was 21 when she was married.  Clara’s mother was born in Germany.  First Ward.

George Vannordstrand [204 Pennsylvania Avenue] pipe fitter at car shop, 54; living with his wife Emma, 57; and their daughter Lena M. Seiber, 24.  George was 21 and Emma 24 when they were married.  Lena was 21 when she was married.  George’s father was born in New York.  First Ward.

Anna E. Wagner [19 Fourth Street] chiropractor, 56 and single; living with her sister Lily B. Wagner, 54 tayloress and single.  First Ward.

Cyrus M. Wagner [19 Second Street] telegrapher on railroad, 61 and single; living with his sister: Clara A. Myerly, 58 and widowed; and a grand nephew: William W. Cronrath, 20 and single.  Clara was 19 when married.  First Ward.

David F. Wagner [Main Street] woodworker at door and sash, 80.  David was 46 when he married.  Living with David was a servant Alice Nicley, 56 and widowed.  Alice was 22 when she was married.  First Ward.

Jay H. Wagner [Main Street] insurance, 46; living with his wife Bessie M., 47; and their son William F., 21 and an assistant accountant at door and sash.  Jay and Bessie were 22 when they were married.  First Ward.

Jay H. Wagner [519 Elm Street] machinist at planing mill, 23; living with his wife Thelma, 22; and their two daughters: Jeanne, 3 10/12; and June Patricia, 2 3/12.  Jay was 19 and Thelma 18 when they married.  Second Ward.

Mary J. Wagner [Main Street] 70 and widowed; living with her daughter Edith M., 44 and single.  First Ward.

Ned L. Wagner [1009 Main Street] credit man at planing mill, 40; living with his wife Louise, 40; and their son Edmund F., 6.  Ned and Louise were 32 when they married.  Second Ward.

Paul F. Wagner [South Main Street] electrician at signal, 39; living with his wife Opal C., 34; and their children: Paul W., 13; and Velma M., 9.  Paul was 24 and Opal 19 when they were married.  First Ward.

William C. Wagner [1002 Main Street] president of planing mill, 42; living with his wife Margerite, 42; and their children: William Curtis, 16; Ned F., 14; Mary Elizabeth, 12; and Sherman F., 10.  William was 26 and Margerite 25 when they married.  Also living with William was his mother-in-law Lizzie B. Fisher, 67 and widowed; and his niece Elizabeth G. Bedford, 17.  Lizzie was 21 when she was married.  Margerite was born in Nebraska.  Elizabeth’s father was born in England.  Second Ward.

Milton A. Walker [Elm Street] propreitor of lunch stand, 60; living with his wife Etta R., 59.  Milton was 21 and Etta 20 when they married.  Second Ward.

Lillie K. Wallize [116 Main Street] 73 and widowed.  Lillie was 22 when she married.  First Ward.

George S. Walter [229 Main Street] retired, 68; living with his wife Mary A., 69.  George was 40 and Mary 41 when they married.  First Ward.

Arthur Waltman [Fourth Street] foreman at brick plant, 43; living with his wife Gertrude V., 42 and laundress; and their daughter Alverda M. McKean, 21 and winder at silk mill.  Arthur was 18 and Gertrude 17 when they married.  Alverda was 18 when she married.  First Ward.

Harry Waltman [219 East Eighth Street] 74; living with his wife Sallie, 73; and their daughter Bessie, 25 bookkeeper at creamery and single.  Harry was 22 and Sallie 21 when they married.  Second Ward.

William F. Waltman [512 Elm Street] woodworker at planing mill, 49; living with his wife Jennie M., 47; and their son W. Hughes, 17 and single.  William was 20 and Jennie 18 when they married.  Second Ward.

Martin L. Watkin [18 Second Street] building painter, 48; living with his wife Bessie M., 41; and their children: Wilda A., 18; Charles M., 16; John S., 14; Lillian V., 13; Robert W., 11; William H., 10; Elizabeth M., 8; J. Wylis, 7; and Myron E., 5.  Martin was 26 and Bessie 19 when they were married.  Martin’s father was born in England.  First Ward.

Elizabeth G. Watson [718 Main Street] 65; living with her daughter Mildred, 37 bookkeeper at garage and single.  Elizabeth was 24 when she married.  Second Ward.

Mary C. Watson [South Main Street] 63; widowed.  Mary was 25 when she was married.  First Ward.

Martin E. Watts [Main Street] laborer at car shop, 28; living with his wife Anna E., 24; and their daughter Mary V., 3/12.  Martin was 21 and Anna 18 when they married.  First Ward.

Conrad Weaver [505 Ash Street] 80 and widowed; living with his son, Irvin, 49 threshing farmer and single; and two grandchildren: Fred Weaver, 22 threshing farmer and single; and Ruth Weaver, 19.  Conrad was 27 when he married.  Second Ward.

Drew Weaver [109 Third Street] building carpenter, 47; living with his wife Besse D., 42; and their children Helen C., 10; Joseph D., 9; and Martha C., 6.  Drew was 35 and Besse 30 when they were married.  First Ward.

Roscoe M. Weaver [Main Street] woodworker at furniture plant, 49; living with his wife Maud W., 49.  Roscoe and Maud were both 19 when they married.  First Ward.

LeRoy Webb [901 Elm Street] clerk at post office, 28; living with his wife Florence, 29; and their two sons: Chalres, 3 7/12; and Preston, 8/12.  LeRoy was 24 and Florence 25 when they married.  Also living with LeRoy was his mother Annie, age unknown and widowed.  LeRoy was born in New York.  Second Ward.

Ella Weik [Third Street] none, 70; living with her son Boyd R., 44 and a mechanic at the garage.  Both were listed as single.  First Ward.

Relda Weik [805 Main Street] 64 and widowed.  Second Ward.

Jacob M. Weikel [9 Second Street] wood worker at door and sash, 39; living with his wife Cora R., 38; and their children: Harold L., 14; Robert l., 24/12; and Phylis J., 6/12.  Jacob and Cora were both 21 when they were married.  First Ward.

Kate Weiser [242 East Eighth Street] 70 and widowed; living with her granddaughter Laura Carter, indecipherable.  Kate was 19 when she married.  Also living with the family were two lodgers: Valerius Koons, 61 and single; and Robert McC… (indecipherable), 69 and a widower.  Robert was 40 when he married.  Laura was born in New York.  Second Ward.

Lizzie K. Welivar [Main Street] 74 and widowed.  Lizzie was 36 when she married.  First Ward.

John A. Welsh [14 Fourth Street] carpenter at planing mill, age unknown; living with his wife Margaret E., age unknown.  Second Ward.

Ward W. Welsh [700 Main Street] salesman at retail store, 57; living with his wife Annie L., 56.  Ward was 20 and Annie 19 when they married.  Second Ward.

William H. Wenrich [221 East Seventh Street] polisher at planing mill, 65; living with his daughter Harriet M., 32 nurse for private family and single.  William was 25 when he married.  Also living with the family was a lodger Helen Kilgus, 22 stenographer at creamery and single.  William’s father was born in England.  Second Ward.

Charles E. Werner [406 Main Street] justice of the peace, 80; living with his wife Regina L., 61.  Charles was 21 when he first married.  Regina was 27 when she married.  Charles was born in Germany as were his parents.  Charles came to US in 1867.  Regina’s father was born in New York.  Second Ward.

Harold P. Werner [713 Elm Street] butcher, 34; living with his wife Helen M., 24; and their son Louis Irvin, 7/12.  Harold and Helen were 17 when they married.  Second Ward.

Louis E. Werner [14 Eighth Street] proprietor of meat market, 59; living with his children: W. Charles, 27 butcher and divorced; and Mary R., 25 and single.  Louis was 21 when he married.  Charles was 21 when he married.  Louis’ father was born in Germany.  Second Ward.

Paul D. Werner [805 Elm Street] meat cutter at butcher shop, 28; living with his wife Minnie S., 28; and their children: Mary B., 8; and Delmar L., 6.  Paul and Minnie were 20 when they married.  Second Ward.

Robert L. Werner [Main Street] butcher, 34; living with his wife M. Martha, 31 and a telephone operator.  Robert was 21 and Martha 19 when they were married.  First Ward.

Fred W. Werntz [Tenth Street] upholsterer, 43; living with his wife Elizabeth M., 37; and their two daughters: Elizabeth J., 12; and Grace E., 9.  Fred was 25 and Elizabeth 19 when they married.  Second Ward.

Charles T. Wertman [407 Liberty Street] molder at foundry, 30; living with his wife Irene A., 30; and their two daughters: Helen E., 10; and Eloise, 7.  Charles and Irene were 18 when they married.  Second Ward.

John H. Wertman [706 Elm Street] laborer at brick yard, 73; living with his wife S. Ellen, 60; and their children: Phillip, 31 laborer at brick yard and single; and Fannie, 24 spinner at silk mill and single.  John was 38 and Ellen 27 when they married.  Second Ward.

John W. Wertman [404 Liberty Street] teamster, 57; living with his wife Carrie, 53; and their three sons: Paul, 25 bookkeeper at planing mill and single; Fred, 22 laborer at planing mill and single; and William, 19 laborer at planing mill and single.  John was 25 and Carrie 21 when they married.  Second Ward.

Samuel Wertman [906 Elm Street] lumberman at planing mill, 38; living with his wife Sarah, 34; and their children: L. Nelson, 15; Pauline, 14; Marvin, 10; Ella Jane, 2 3/12; and Samuel, 1 3/12.  Samuel was 21 and Sarah 17 when they married.  Second Ward.

Truman D. Wertman [21 Second Street] wood worker at door and sash, 45; living with his wife Sylvia C., 45; and their daughter: Kathryn, 15.  Truman and Sylvia were 21 when they were married.  First Ward.

Burt L. Wesley [208 Pennsylvania Avenue] flagman on railroad, 48; living with his wife Lillian L, 49; and their children: Helen L., 25, weaver at silk mill; Carl D., 21, laborer at brick plant; Harrold F., 20; and John W., 14.  Burt and Lillian were both 21 when they were married.  First Ward.

Fullmer L. Wesley [114 Third Street] black smith at car shop, 29; living with his wife Ruth A., 34; and their chidlren: Alma L., 7; and Donald E. 30/12.  Fullmer was 21 and Ruth 23 when they were married.  First Ward.

Oliver B. Whipple [18 Fifth Street] finisher at table factory, 51; living with his wife Gertrude E., 53.  Oliver was 26 and Gertrude 28 when they married.  Second Ward.

Leah T. Whitman [720 Main Street] 78; living with her daughter Maude, 51 proprietor of millinery store and single.  Leah was 26 when she married.  Second Ward.

Edgar B. Whitmoyer [Main Street] laborer at foundry, 53; living with his wife Martha K., 50 and a laundress at laundry.   Edgar was 28 and Martha 27 when they married.  Also living with the family were two boarders: Margarett Mouser, 22 and a floorlady at silk mill; and Berthal K., Johnson, 27 single and a farmer born in Sweden as were his parents.  Berthal became a US citizen in 1918.  First Ward.

Odwood Whitmoyer [Liberty Street] molder at foundry, 35; living with his wife B. Maud, 34 who was a shirt maker at a shirt mill; and their children:Clifford E., 14; Fred G., 13; Edgar H., 12.  Also living with the family was Odwood’s father, Ezra G. Whitmoyer, 76 and widowed.  Odwood was 20 and Maud 19 when they were married.  Ezra was 21 when he was married.  Ezra was also a fireman at the school house.  First Ward.

Rachel M. Whitmoyer [507 Ash Street] 73 and widowed; living with her children: Minnie B., 51 and single; Joshua S., 37 laborer at brick yard and single; Sarah Bowman, 35 winder at silk mill married; Francis L., 33 winder at silk mill and single; Melissa H., 29 winder at silk mill and single.  Rachel was 21 when she married.  Sara was 22 when she married.  Also living with Rachel were two granddaughters: Lois Bowman, 9; and Constance M. Whitmoyer, 8.  Second Ward.

Robert E. Whitmoyer [721 Ash Street] laborer at brick yard, 44; living with his wife Laura E., 37 and clerk at retail store; and their children: Geraldine K., 17; Isabel R., 15; Helen L., 14; Grace R., 12; Laura M., 9; and Robert, 7.  Robert was 25 and Laura 18 when they married.  Second Ward.

Arthur S. Widell [Pennsylvania Avenue] fireman at brick kilner, 53; living with his wife Margaretta Y., 52; and their children: Elinora O., 18, winder at silk mill; Wilber A., 15; and Zena M., 5.  Arthur and Margaretta were both 26 when they were married.  First Ward.

Jacob M. Wihton [601 Ash Street] merchant of retail store, 58; living with his wife Sarah, 48; and their children: Morris, 23; Irvin, 19; Helen M., 7; and Miriam, 1 3/12.  Jacob was 33 and Sarah 24 when they married.  Jacob and Sarah were both born in Lithuania as were their parents and spoke yiddish.  Jacob came to US in 1888 and Sarah came to US in 1896.  Second Ward.

Frank T. Wilkins [143 Main Street] laborer at foundry, 25; living with his wife Evelina L., 23 and a coner at the silk mill.  Frank was 23 and Evelin 21 when they married.  Also living with the family were two boarders: Lester L. Ulrich, 12; and James Ulrich, 8.  Listed with the Wilkins was the following family: George A. Lahr, ice cream maker, 55; his wife Helen M. Lahr, 21; his children: George A., 16; Delbert W., 14; Mildred R., 13; Olive E., 11; Warren S., 9; along with the following two roomers: Charles W. Caley, 54 a salesman at lumber mill widowed and first married at age of 24; and Maud B. Bennett, 46 divorced and first married at age 16.  George was 23 at his first marriage.  Helen was 21 at her first marriage.  Charles Caley was born in Virginia but both parents were born in Pennsylvania.  First Ward.

Samuel W. Wilkins [South Main Street] laborer at boiler shop at tank shop, 21; living with his wife Ester F., 18; and their children: William F., 14/12; and Shirley J., 1/12.  Samuel was 19 and Ester 16 when they were married.  Also living in the same house were Irene J. Moorehart, 42 who was married at the age of 20 and her children: Amos P., 20, laborer at sash factory; Eva M., 18; Leon C., 7; and Hazel E., 3.  First Ward.

Clinton J. Willett [715 Elm Street] molder at foundry, 48; living with his wife Elizabeth, 46; and their two sons: David, 24; and Harold, 19.  Clinton was 21 and Elizabeth 19 when they married.  Second Ward.

Ralph E. Williams [715 Main Street] superintendent at creamery, 44; living with his wife Verna A., 43; and their children: Wilbur C., 15; and Gladys E., 13.  Ralph was 24 and Verna 23 when they married.  Second Ward.

Daniel A. Williamson [12 Third Street] shoe cobbler, 72; living with his wife Grace E., 59.  Daniel was 25 and Grace 44 when they were first married.  Also living with Daniel was his sister-in-law: Alice O. Johnson, 50 working as a clerk in the post office and single.  First Ward.

John Wilson [616 Elm Street] proprietor of woodworking plant, 59; living with his wife Anna, 59; and their children: Robert, 30 and a machinist at car factory; Mildred, 27 and a milliner in a store; and Dorothy, 23.  John and Anna were 27 when they married.  Second Ward.

C.H. Winebar [813 Elm Street] building plasterer, 68; living with his wife Susan R., 68; and their son Wilbur H., 28.  C.H. and Susan were 26 when they married.  C.H. was born in Ohio and his parents were both born in Germany.  Wilbur was born in Nebraska.  Second Ward.

Thomas D. Winner [Pennsylvania Avenue] auto service station, 38; living with his wife Nellie A., 38; and their children: Margaret M., 4; and Thomas D., 2.  Thomas and Nellie were both 32 when they were married.  Nellie’s parents were both born in New York.  First Ward.

John Wintersteen [508 Liberty Street] 83 and single.  Second Ward.

Edmund P. Wolfe [205 Main Street] laborer at door and sash, 64; living with his wife Catherine J., 63; and their daughter Alma E., 40 a clerk at the door and sash and single.  Edmund and Catherine were both 21 when they married.  First Ward.

George D. Wolfe [314 Main Street] feed and coal dealer, 49; living with his wife Jennie B., 44; and their daughter Eleanor J., 13.  George was 33 and Jennie 29 when they married.  Also living with the family was Daniel A. Rogers, 56 a laborer at a glass house and single.  Daniel and his parents were born in New York.  First Ward.

Erbie A. Womer [811 Elm Street] laborer at table factory, 63; living with his wife Ella, 67.  Erbie was 26 and Ella 30 when they married.  Second Ward.

Oakley A. Womer [212 East Eighth Street] cabinet maker at planing mill, 35; living with his wife Susan M., 31.  Oakley was 29 and Susan 24 when they married.  Second Ward.

Charles F. Wright [Main Street] building painter, 22; living with his wife Margaret H., 23; and their children: Margaret E., 30/12; and John E., 4/12.  Charles was 22 and Margaret 19 when they married.  First Ward.

Chris Wright [111 Pennsylvania Avenue] house painter, 55; living with his wife Cathrine M., 53, bookkeeper at office mill; and their children: Francis H., 25; Frank E., 1, house painter; Bernadine K., 19, student; Ned W., 17; George R., 15; . Robert, 10; Jack E., 7; Margaret D. Smith, 29, widow, nurse; and Dora E. Boulay, 27.  Chris was 25 and Cathrine 23 when they were married.  Margaret was 29 when she was married.  And Dora was 27 when she was married.  First Ward.

Christian L. Wright [27 Canal Street] building electrician, 37; living with his wife Tillie E., 37; and their children: Alvernia R., 19 and an operator at the telephone company; Jay F., 17 and a laborer at the door and sash; Dorothy G., 8; Harold B. 30/12.  Christian and Tillie were both17 when they were married.  First Ward.

Franklin L. Wright [Canal Street] building painter, 57; living with his wife Clara B., 56; and their two sons: Albert S., 22 and a building painter; and Boyd O., 15.  Franklin was 20 and Clara 19 when they were married.  Franklin’s father was born in Germany.  First Ward.

Richard F. Wright [13 Canal Street] soaker at silk mill, 29; living with his wife E. Pearl, 28; and their son Richard J., 9.  Richard was 19 and Pearl 18 when they were married.  Both of Pearl’s parents were born in New York.  First Ward.

William F. Wright [Fourth Street] 47; living with his wife Matilda, 47; and their daughter Mae L., 16.  William and Matilda were 21 when they married.  William’s father was born in Germany.  Second Ward.

Clara J. Yeager [614 Main Street] 68 and widowed.  Clara was 23 when she married.  Second Ward.

Martin B. Yerg [216 East Eighth Street] 73 and a widower.  Martin was 21 when he married.  Martin’s father was born in Bavaria, Germany.  Second Ward.

Edwin Yocum [917 Elm Street] laborer at silk mill, 32; living with his wife Olive, 28 and a winder in the silk mill.  Edwin was 24 and Olive 20 when they married.  Second Ward.

Frank E. Yocum [17 Third Street] foreman at door and sash, 44; living with his wife Elsie C., 44; and their children: Eunice C., 26; Boyd A., 14; Beatrice M., 10; and Ned L., 7.  Frank and Elsie were 22 when they were married.  First Ward.

Conard E. Yoder [614 Elm Street] building carpenter, 45; living with his wife Blanche, 45; and their children: Francis E., 13; Max R., 12; and Grace G., 10.  Conard and Blanche were 28 when they married.  Second Ward.

Howard Yoder [805 Ash Street] laborer at brick company, 39; living with his wife Lera M., 36; and their two sons: Hope Jere, 6; and Earl L, 2 5/12.  Howard was 31 and Lera 28 when they married.  Second Ward.

Wilbert E. Yoder [809 Ash Street] school teacher, 46 and a widower; living with his daughter B. Mae, 20 and single; and his mother Emma Jane, 68 and widowed. Emma Wilbert was 25 when he married.  Jane was 18 when she married.  Second Ward.

Benjamin D. Young [206 East Eighth Street] laborer at planing mill, 54; living with his wife Catherine, 56; and their children: George, 32 laborer and divorced; Raymond E., 17 laborer at planing mill and single; Benjamin A., 15; Lena A., 12; Martha, 10; George B., 8.  Benjamin was 17 and Catherine 14 when they married.  Second Ward.

Charles H. Young [South Main Street] laborer at brick plant, 20; living with his wife Dorthy V., 20; and their daughters: Margaret J., 1; and Ella J., 3/12.  Charles and Dorthy were both 16 when they were married.  According to the census, also living with Charles was a daughter-in-law, Ella I. Fregon, 27 who was 18 when married and presently a widow working as a winder at the silk mill.  First Ward.

Guy W. Young [406 Liberty Street] laborer at planing mill, 48; living with his wife Mary, 42; and their son Ralph O., 22 laborer at car factory; and his wife Eva, 18.  Guy was 24 and Mary 18 when they married.  Ralph was 21 and Eva 17 when they married.  Both of Eva’s parents were born in Poland.  Second Ward.

James Young [Ninth Street] laborer at planing mill, 40; living with his three daughters: Ethel, 16 winder at silk mill; Ellen M., 19 winder at silk mill and single; Abby S., 17 winder at silk mill and single.  James was 22 when he married.  Second Ward.

Joseph Young [203 East Eighth Street] laborer at planing mill, 76; living with his wife Mary Alice, 68.  Joseph was 20 and Mary Alice 15 when they married.  Second Ward.

Joshua Young [405 Liberty Street] 75; living with his wife Annie, 75.  Joshua and Annie were 21 when they married.  Second Ward.

Harry W. Zettlemoyer [Elm Street] laborer at brick plant, 27; living with his wife Eleanor M., 26; and their two sons: John R., 3. 3/12; and Herbert E., 1 10/12.  Harry was 22 and Eleanor 21 when they married.  First Ward.

John Zettlemoyer [1001 Elm Street] laborer at odd jobs, 52; living with his wife Clara, 52; and their two sons: James, 17 laborer at silk mill and single; and John, 9.  John and Clara were 22 when they married.  Second Ward.

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