1910 Census

May 28th, 2009

This is the combined 1910 Federal Census Records for the First and Second Wards of Watsontown, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. W.G. Marsh enumerated First Ward and Carl W. Trick enumerated Second Ward. Both enumerations occurred from April 15 to April 28, 1910.

Merritt S. Adams [Main Street] proprietor of furniture and funeral business; 36; married 6 years to Nelle H., 39; one child: William H., 4. First Ward.

John S. Albright [Railroad Street] machine man at table factory; 45; married 15 years to Anna M., 35; one of two children living: Eleanor M., 6. First Ward.

Joseph Albright [Sand Street] own income; 73; married twice; the second time for 2 years to Ella, 46 and she had been married once before and had 3 of 5 children still living. First Ward.

Ira C. Alduquin? [West Ninth Street] shoemaker at shoe factory; 65; married 31 years to Mary H., 62; one of three children living: Julia F., 25 seamstress at home and single. Ira was born in Massachusetts as were his parents. Mary was born in Pennsylvania and her parents were born in New York. Julia was born in Pennsylvania. Second Ward.

Albert D. Allabach [Elm Street] driver for grocery wagon; 50; married 26 years to Sarah F., 49; three of four children living: Jamie M., 21 laborer at planing mill and single; and Lena M., 13. Living with Albert was his mother-in-law, Mary A. Remley, 74 widow with three of six children living. Second Ward.

Fred W. Angstadt [East Seventh Street] laborer at planing mill; 28; married 2 years to Anna M., 37; one child living. Living with Fred was a step-son, Dewey F. Koons, 11. Second Ward.

Elias Anspach [West Ninth Street] laborer at car shop; 53; married 36 years to Sarah M., 52; three children all living. Living with the family was a grandson, Boyd E., 12. Second Ward.

William Applebach [East Second Street] shoe maker; 66; widower. First Ward.

James D. Armstrong [W. Fourth Street] laborer in car shop; 63; married 29 years to Annie M., 48 and they have four children all living. First Ward.

Wilson A. Aunkst [Elm Street] carpenter on railroad; 56; married 30 years to Ida J., 54; one child living: Boyd G., 27 and married to Mabel E., 27 with one child living: Paul W., 3. Second Ward.

Phoebe Bailor [E. Fourth Street] house keeper; 72; widowed; living with her widowed sister Hannah, 62 who had one child deceased and was working as a servant. First Ward.

Charles L. Baker [West Fourth Street] painter at planing mill; 43; married 23 years to Nora, 41; six children all living: Vera, 21 and a milliner at a millinery store; Charles, 19; Franklin, 16 and a laborer; Mary, 10; Curtis, 7; and Sterling, 4. Second Ward.

Joseph B. Baker [Vincent Avenue] civil engineer for railroad; 27; just married to Jane C., 28; no children. Living with the family was Martha Manning, 24, single with a son, Charles, 2. First Ward.

Michael Baker [Main Street] proprietor of grocery store; 57; married 35 years to Mary T., 57; one child living: Ollie R., 24 book keeper in grocery store and married 2 years to Marie K., 20 with one child: Owen W., 10/12. Second Ward.

William L. Baker [West Fourth Street] painter at planing mill; 67; married 48 years to Hannah, 66; four children all living. Second Ward.

William N. Baker [Main Street] carpenter on railroad; 37; married 15 years to Rosa M., 34; two children both living: Marshall W., 8; and Robert C., 2. First Ward.

Clarence F. Balliet [Main Street] piping tanks at car shops 27; married 9 years to Ida B., 25; three children all living: Carroll M, 8; Walter, 5; and Frances L., 7/12. First Ward.

David A. Balliet [E. Third Street] salesman in general store; 57; married 36 years to Emma M., 55; five of nine children living: Ruth M., 20, milliner; Woods, 18, clerk in drug store. First Ward.

John W. Balliet [E. Third Street] piler at lumber yard; 60; married 35 years to Angeline, 64; two children both living: Mark K., 27. First Ward.

William Banghart [Main Street] assessor for town; 80; widower; Living with William were the following children: Sarah A., 47 and single; Arthur W., 41 laborer at shoe factory and single; and Harry, 39 varnisher at table factory and single. Second Ward.

Ellis W. Bardole [Main Street] agent for Adams Express; 39; married 15 years to Myrtle E., 36 who was a retail merchant for 5 & 10 cent goods; two of three children living: Leslie A., 12; and Chester L., 10. First Ward.

David F. Barr [Railroad Street] mail clerk for railroad; 32; married 7 years to Daisy F., 31; two of four children living: Oliver D., 5; and Margret K., 3. Second Ward.

John W. Barr [Main Street] proprietor of table factory; 38; married 14 years to Virginia M., 33; two children both living: Virginia K., 13; and Jack S., 5. John and his parents were born in Ohio. Virginia and her parents were born in Maryland. Second Ward.

Oliver P. Barr [Main Street] own income; 67; married 36 years to Sarah C., 57; three children all living: William W., 22 proprietor of cigar store and single. Second Ward.

Harry Bartholomew [First Street] setter at brick works; 41; married 8 years to Catherine, 35; three children all living: Richard, 6; Forrest, 3; and Lew, 1 4/12. First Ward.

Agustus D. Barto [Elm Street] own income; 64; married 39 years to Caroline E., 58; ten children all living: Laura, 17 silk weaver at silk mill and single. Living with Agustus was a granddaughter: Maggie, 15. Second Ward.

Daniel F. Barto [Ash Street] carpenter; 59; married 38 years to Anna, 59; seven children all living: Mabel M. Muffly, 23 widow with two children both living: Francis O., 3; and Paul D., 1. Second Ward.

Edgar C. Barto [Ash Street] laborer at shoe factory; 25; married 6 years to Bertha M., 22; two children both living: Cathrine E., 6; and Chester M., 4. Second Ward.

Oliver S. Barto [Main Street] proprietor of hotel; 35; married 12 years to Carrie L., 30; no children. Living with the family was a boarder, Joseph Reis, 28 pattern maker at foundry and single; and a hired man, Clare Young, 26 bartender and married for 10 years. Second Ward.

Emerson Bartrum [Main Street] house painter; 34; married 11 years to Minnie D., 37; one child: E. Marie, 6. First Ward.

John P. Bastian [Elm Street] house painter; 28; married 6 years to Lizzie, 25; three children all living: Dora C., 6; Mabel A., 4; and Margret E., 2. Second Ward.

James Batdorf [East First Street] painter; 63; married 41 years to Lucy, 59; four of six children living. Their daughter, Alice C. Waltman, 28 was married 8 years to Edward L. Waltman who was a door maker at the planing factory and they had two children both living: Frederick L., 12; and Bertha F., 7. First Ward.

Howard Bennage [Sand Street] Planning Mill; 24 married 5 years to Cora, 25; all 3 children living: Lawrence, 5; Catherine, 3; and Cloyd, 3/12. First Ward.

Richard Bennage [Sand Street] miner at Brick Yard; 53; married 30 years to Kate, 58; all 3 children living: Maude, 29; and Harry E., 27 and a borer at Table Factory. Both single. First Ward.

J. Hatton Benner [Railroad Street] sander at table factory; 69; married 31 years to Emma, 64; two of three children living: Arthur, 28, single and was time keeper at car shops; and Olive Thornton, 26 and married 1 year and has a daughter, Catherine E., 6/12. First Ward.

David W. Bennett [Elm Street] laborer at table factory; 61; married 32 years to Clara, 52; five children all living: Ethel L., 18 laborer at silk mill and single; and Ruth H., 15. Living with David was a grandson, LeRoy E. Rush, 4. Second Ward.

Orlando F. Benson [Elm Street] own income; 68; widower. Living with Orlando was a housekeeper, Anna B. Hoy, 36 and single. Orlando’s father was born in Connecticut. Second Ward.

Elizabeth B. Berger [Main Street] proprietor of boarding home; 51; married with two children of four living: Phyllis L., 12. Also living with Elizabeth was her mother, Laura L. Bordean, 82 and widowed with only one child living. Also living with the family was a boarder, Frank Truckenmiller, 37 single and book keeper at flouring mill. First Ward.

Henry Berger [Ash Street] own income; 69; married 27 years to Mary E., 62; no children. Living with Henry were two daughters: Olive, 32 knitter at stocking factory and single; and Jennie M., 35 house work for private family. Second Ward.

John J. Berger [Elm Street] laborer at planing mill; 26; married 5 years to Francis P., 23; three children all living: Irena C., 3; Lulu N., 2; and Pearl M., 10/12. Living with John was his sister-in-law, Sarah N. Runyan, 12. John was born in Michigan and his parents in Pennsylvania. Second Ward.

Malin S. Berger [Main Street] superintendent of S.B. & B. railroad; 44; married 22 years to Ada N., 42; three children all living: Marco K., 21 and was a stenographer at railroad office; G. Edgar, 12; and Paul L., 5. First Ward.

John W. Berkheimer [Sand Street] fireman on locomotive; 37; married 13 years to Minnie F., 40; 2 children both living: Lois E., 10; and Dorothy N., 6. First Ward.

Albert C. Bersinger [Main Street] miller at flour mill; 42; married 17 years to Grace C., 42; one child living: Chas. E., 12. Albert’s father was born in Switzerland and his mother in Germany. Second Ward.

Frank P. Betz [Ash Street] laborer at shoe factory; 32; married 10 years to Ada M., one child living: Harry L., 9. Second Ward.

Isaac Bicksler [Railroad Street] none; 79; married 52 years to Priscilla, 73; two of four children living. First Ward.

Henry P. Billman [Ash Street] own income; 67; married 40 years to Clara E., 62; four of five children living: John H., 28 laborer at car shop and single. Second Ward.

Oliver C. Billman [Main Street] laborer at shoe factory; 34; married 13 years to Jennie, 32; two children both living: Lilian A., 12; and Edward, 1. Second Ward.

Anna M. Bly [West Third Street] own income; 63; widowed; no children. Anna’s step-daughter, Elizabeth Bly, 39, was living with her. First Ward.

Charles Bly [Main Street] laborer at table factory; 63; married 35 years to Sarah E., 55; one child living. First Ward.

David L. Bly [Elm Street] ferryman on ferry; 34; married 1 year to Amy R., 26. No children. First Ward.

James C. Bly [West Second Street] ferryman; 70 widower; living with daughter, Mary B., 30 and single; and daughter Lilly L. Harding, 32 and widowed with a son Harry C. Harding, 5. First Ward.

Phineas M. Bly [Main Street] polisher at table factory; 60; married 31 years to Catherine K., 52; four of five children living: Forrest C., 17 and was a salesman in grocery store; and Margaret, 19 and was a tailoress with one child: Earl W. Bly, 2. First Ward.

Daniel B. Bogenrief [West Ninth Street] blacksmith; 27; married 4 years to Lizzie E., 23; one child living: Pearl E., 2. Second Ward.

Harry H. Bottomstone [East Eighth Street] foreman for railroad; 54; married 19 years to Mary, 44; two children both living: Loyd, 18; and George, 16. Second Ward.

Edward M. Boughter [Main Street] moulder at foundry; 28; married 1 years to Amelia K., 20; no children. Second Ward.

Edward T. Boughter [West Fifth Street] watchman at foundry; 53; married 33 years to Mary A., 51; eight children all living: Annie B. Sampsel, 32 nurse for a private family and widowed; Chas. W., 24 laborer at table factory and single; Mabel E., 22 knitter at stocking factory and single; Raymond, 19 winder at stocking factory and single; George N. 13 barber’s assistant at barber shop; and Mary T., 7. Living with Edward was a grandson, Sterling B. Wagner, 2. Second Ward.

Iannitt Boyer [Railroad Street] carpenter; 59; married 28 years to Louisa M., 56. Two children both living. First Ward.

William C. Brimmer [Elm Street] tailor; 47; married 19 years to Virginia F., 37; three children all living: Mildred M., 17; Aletta, 15; and Rebecca, 11. Second Ward.

John M. Brown [Sand Street] driver; 73; married 52 years to Sania, 72; 3 of 7 children living: Charles, 39 and single. First Ward.

Samuel W. Bruch [East Seventh Street] laborer at car shop; 43; married 12 years to Padilla, 39; one child deceased. Second Ward.

Martha Bryson [Main Street] own income; 62; widow; four of six children living: Janet Bryson, 29 and single. Also living with Martha was a granddaughter, Nellie Bryson Everitt, 2/12. First Ward.

Mary M. Bryson [Main Street] book keeper at lumber office; 30; single. Living with Mary was her cousin, Rebecca C. McCarty, 48 book keeper at flour mill office and single. Second Ward.

Samuel C. Bryson [Railroad Street] mail carrier – rural delivery; 44; married 2 years to Lou, 33. No children. First Ward.

Daniel Bubb [Railroad Street] was a permanent invalid; 69; married 43 years to Harriet E., 69; three of four children living: Mary F., 35 was single and was a racker at the shoe factory. First Ward.

George B. Bucher [Railroad Street] tallyman at railroad station; 48; married 21 years to Sallie, 47; three children all living: Harold F., 20 and a student at Drexel College; Esther R., 17; Robert L., 14. First Ward.

Elizabeth Buck [Railroad Street] own income; 68; widowed; one child living. First Ward.

Chad W. Burrows [East Seventh Street] carpenter on railroad; 49; married 19 years to Ella M., 38; five of five children living: Mary Y., 19 married 4 years with one son: Chas. R. Kitchen, 3; Harry W., 16 laborer at table factory; Grace M., 14; Margret E., 11; and Sanford C., 7. Second Ward.

Nathaniel H. Burrows [West Fourth Street] book keeper; 43; married 12 years to Mary, 45; two children both living: Harriet Burrows, 15; and Ralph Burrows, 9. Second Ward.

Isaac A. Buss [West Ninth Street] laborer at car shop; 68; married 44 years to Ellen R., 71 seamstress at home; five of six children living. Second Ward.

Margret Caldwell [Liberty Street] farmer; 63; single. Margret was living with her three sisters: Kate Caldwell, 54 and single; Rhoda Caldwell, 50, clerk in drygoods store and single; and Ida B., 47 school teacher and single. Second Ward.

Thomas G. Caldwell [Main Street] retired merchant of general store; 65; married 37 years to Margaret A., 59; two children both living: Nellie G., 27; and S. Woods, 24 and salesman in general store. First Ward.

Elery E. Campbell [Railroad Street] burner at brick works; 21; married 2 years to Dora A., 19; no children. First Ward.

Nicholas Carroll [Railroad Street] laborer odd jobs; 69; married 38 years to Elizabeth J., 68; one child still living. First Ward.

Fred H. Carson [East Third Street] retail merchant in groceries; 24; single. Living with an aunt, Liberty Marquette, 24 and widowed with two children both living: Frederica L., 2; and Lucile M., 5. First Ward.

Daniel Caup [Railroad Street] moulder at table factory; 67 widowed; living with him was his son John A., 28 who was married for 8 years to Mary C. and they had one of two children still living: Margaret, 13; and Pauline, 6. First Ward.

Daniel O. Cole [Main Street] farmer; 52; single. Daniel lived with his sister, Mary E., 58 and single; and brother, William P., 26 miller at flour mill and single. Second Ward.

Harriet Cole [Ash Street] owned boarding home; 45; widow; no children. Living with Harriet were a niece, Ida M. Davis, 30 sewer at shoe factory and single; and two boarders: Benjamin Krum, 67 odd jobs and a widower; and John E. Gundy, 49 laborer at planing mill and single. Second Ward.

Walter L. Cole [Main Street] proprietor of laundry; 37; married 16 years to Irene M., 33; one of three children living: Ruth M., 13. Second Ward.

Samuel O. Comly [Main Street] own income; 61; married 23 years to Sarah J., 63; no children. Second Ward.

Edwin C. Confer [Main Street] public school teacher; 33; married 4 years to Lulu M., 31; one child living: Nevin J., 3. Second Ward.

George W. Confer [Ash Street] laborer at foundry; 51; married 27 years to Rebecca, 51; three of four children living: William B., 24 laborer at car shop and single; Benjamin F., 22 laborer at table factory and single; Oliver P., 16 laborer at table factory and single. Second Ward.

Alfred H. Cooner [Main Street] own income; 56; married 29 years to Ella C., 48; four children all living: Mollie E., 25; Frank D., 23 and was a civil engineer with railroad work; and Margaret S., 18. First Ward.

James B. Cooner [Main Street] hotel manager; 56; married 33 years to Kate S., 54; two children both living: Alice P., 26 and single. First Ward.

John R. Cooner [Main Street] own income; 67; married 40 years to Ella B., 66; no children. First Ward.

William S. Cooner [Main Street] proprietor of hotel; 60; married 30 years to Elizabeth, 53; three of four children living: Elizabeth, 26; and John D. 15. Living with William was his father-in-law, John P. Zimmerman, 78 and a widower. Also living with the family were three servants: Ada Murtz, 21 a cook at hotel and single; Adda L. McCintock, 25 a waitress at hotel and single; and Henry Hunterstein, 61 who was married for 33 years. Also listed were the following boarders: Joseph F. Dugan, 23, single and railroad station clerk; G. Roy Beagle, 26, single and a fancy carver at table works; W.H. Searbach, 42, single and superintendent of knitting mill; and H.L. Follmer, 35, single and proprietor of flouring mill. First Ward.

John B. Cornelious [Ash Street] laborer at table factory; 28; married 7 years to Hattie E., 26; three children all living: Carroll E., 6; Clarence, 5; and Boyd, 1. Second Ward.

Rolllin L. Craig [Railroad Street] planer at planing mill; 53; married 30 years to Rosella, 53. No children. First Ward.

Margo B. Crane [Main Street] own income; 49; widow; three children all living: Margaret B., 19; Katherine B., 12. Living with Margo was a servant, Daisy F. Small, 29; and two lodgers: Roland Balliet, 31 who was just married to Louise Balliett, 28; no children. First Ward.

Thompson B. Crane [Main Street] clerk at railroad station; 26; married 1 year to M. Chora, 22; one child: Thompson B., Jr., 8/12. Thompson, Sr. was born in Missouri and his parents in PA. First Ward.

Steward E. Crispen [Main Street] proprietor of pool and billiards room; 23; just married to Ava C., 23. Ava’s father was born in New Jersey. First Ward.

Merrill G. Cromly [Main Street] laborer at planing mill; 29; married 9 years to Amanda E., 27; two children both living: Margret M., 7; and Paul M., 6. Second Ward.

John W. Cronrath [E. Fourth Street] owns livery stable; 23; just married to Margaret O., 23 and no children. First Ward.

William C. Cronrath [East Second Street] liveryman own stable; 46; married 26 years to Fannie M., 46; four children all living: Herman S., 19 was just married and was a finisher at table works. Living with William was his mother, Sylvia, 77 and widowed with only one of two children living. First Ward.

James I. Cummings [Railroad Street] carpenter; 67; widowed; living with James was his two daughters: Maud M., 27 who was single and had one child; and Edith M., 22 and was a stenographer for a private office. First Ward.

Charles H. Dawson [East Third Street] ticket agent at railroad station; 38; married 16 years to Mary J., 37; five children all living: Ralph R., 15; Mary E., 13; Robert M., 11; Charles B., 9; and daughter Cecil P., 7. First Ward.

William A. Dean [Main Street] own income; 82; married for second time for 26 years to Louisa M., 75; no children. Living with the family was a servant, Catherine Snyder, 58 and single. First Ward.

Kathryn D. DeArmond [Main Street] 48; widow; no children. Living with Kathryn was a nephew, Robert R. DeArmond, 30 own income and married 6 years to Mary B., 32 with one child living: Sarah M., 5. Also living with Kathryn was a brother, James H. Barr, 52 laborer at car shop and single. Mary A. Corry, 29 was a servant living with the family and was single. Second Ward.

Edgar D. Deitrick [First Street] cashier at bank; 43; married 16 years to Capitola, 40; three children all living: Sarah S., 15; Carroll H., 12; and John E., 5. Also living with Edgar was his mother-in-law, Sarah Preitz, 69 and widowed with one living. First Ward.

Preston A. DeLong [Main Street] Reformed Church minister; 37; married 12 years to Daisy M., 35; two children both living: Herbert S., 11; and Alfred W., 7. Second Ward.

John W. Derick [East Eighth Street] odd jobs; 70; married 27 years to Catherine, 67; three of four children living. Living with John were two granddaughters: Julia Shuker, 18; and Lilian C. Waltman, 18 stenographer at office. Second Ward.

Clara E. Dentler [Main Street] 57; widow; two children both living: Lee, 28 clerk at railroad and single; and William L., 27 proprietor of news stand and single. Second Ward.

Edward C. Derr [E. Third Street] laborer at brick yard; 46; married 25 years to Anna Belle, 46. No children. First Ward.

Fuller S. Derr [Main Street] medical doctor; 49; married 22 years to Annie L., 47; two children both living: Woods F., 20; and Harrold S., 15. Second Ward.

Lee A. Diefenbach [Elm Street] laborer at table factory; 30; was married 2 years to Sarah M., 26; one child living: Roy W., 1/12. Second Ward.

Charles Dieffenbach [Main Street] laborer at table factory; 64; married 34 years to Flora R., 53; six of seven children living: Edna M., 22; and Mary L., 17. Second Ward.

George Dieffenbach [Vincent Avenue] cashier at railroad station; 24; married 2 years to Mary, 21; one child: Helen, 1 3/12. First Ward.

Wilbur Dieffenbach [Vincent Avenue] billing clerk at railroad station; 26; just married to Irene, 25; no children. First Ward.

Adam S. Diehl [East Seventh Street] laborer at planing mill; 32; married 8 years to Jennie B., 32; five of six children living: Helen C., 7; Mildred E., 7; Rosie M., 6; and Frank, 5. Second Ward.

Alfred Diehl [Elm Street] baker; 70; married 46 years to Margret A., 68; four of five children living. Second Ward.

George Diehl [East Eighth Street] watchman at planing mill; 56; married second time 4 years to Sarah, 59 who was also married for second time. Living with George was a nephew, William McQuay, 32 employed doing house work for a private family and was married. Second Ward.

Josiah Diehl [East Eighth Street] janitor for G.A.R.; 73; married 49 years to Catherine, 68; four of nine children living: William H., 45 laborer at foundry and married 20 years; and Agustus J., 36 laborer at shoe factory and divorced. Second Ward.

Judson C. Diehl [Main Street] baker at bakery shop; 40; married second time for 2 years to Nell G., 24 married for first time; no children. Nell’s mother was born in Maine. Second Ward.

William H. Diehl [Railroad Street] car maker at foundry; 47; married 24 years to Jennie M., 42, laundress; one child deceased. First Ward.

William W. Diehl [Main Street] baker; 56; married 33 years to Emma T., 54; one child living. Second Ward.

Harry A. Diffenderfer [Main Street] laborer for railroad; 35; single. Living with Harry was his mother, Elizabeth, 53; seamstress at home and widow with two children both living. Second Ward.

Edward H. Doebler [Main Street] engineer for railroad; 27; married 4 years to Anna B., 27; no children. Living with Edward was his mother, Rebecca E., 63 widow with one child living. Second Ward.

Mary J. Dreisbach [East Eighth Street] 50; widowed with one child living. Living with Mary were her sisters, illegible A. Dresibach, 85 and single; and Catherine Claudfelter, 67 and widowed with two of three children living. Second Ward.

Adam Dry [Liberty Street] odd jobs; 73; married to Cathrine, 62; two of five children living: Rebecca E. Bucher, 34 married to Joseph H. Bucher, 37; one of two children living: Clarence J., 10. Second Ward.

William Dunn [Railroad Street] farmer; 75; married 46 years to Margaret E., 65; seven of eight children living: John B., 46 was a druggist of his own store; Cora, 39 was a stenographer at the mill office; Liola, 20 was a dressmaker; and a daughter Genn G., 34 was a house keeper for a private family. William’s widowed sister-in-law, Elizabeth Frederick, 79 lived with them. First Ward.

Sarah E. Durham [Main Street] 68 and single. Second Ward.

Frank M. Ellis [Elm Street] filer at planing mill; 41; married 10 years to Hannah V., 36; two children both living: Catherine A., 7; and Earl E., 6. Second Ward.

James M. Else [? Street] laborer at table factory; 58; married 25 years to Emma J., 46; three children all living: Grace I., 7. Second Ward.

Ada Everitt [West Eighth Street] own income; 58; married for second time for 3 years to Elizabeth T., 45 and her first marriage; no children. Second Ward.

Elizabeth M. Everitt [Main Street] own income; 63; widowed; two of four children living: Lillian M., 40; Bess H., 26; and Ralph H., 19 a student at college. First Ward.

Ephraim Everitt [Elm Street] own income; 80; married 56 years to Caroline, 79; eight of eleven children living: Carrie O. Spotts, 33 married 3 years to William B. Spotts, 30 laborer at machine shop and no children. Living with Ephraim was a granddaughter: Martha C. Everitt, 1. Second Ward.

Harry F. Evey [Main Street] stone mason; 62; married 39 years to Sarah M., 68; four children all living. Second Ward.

Robert F. Evey [Main Street] illegible; 36; married 11 years to Martha E., 31; three of four children living: Pearl S., 10; Mary M., 7; and Eleanor M., 1. Second Ward.

Andrew J. Falls [Ash Street] odd jobs; 57; married 29 years to Sarah M., 59; three of six children living: Daniel E., 27 porter at hotel and single; and Caroline K., 28 and single. Second Ward.

Bert E. Falls [Ash Street] driver for coal wagon; 28; married 3 years to Susie C., 24; one of two children living. Living with Bert was his father-in-law, George W. Conard, 76 widower with own income. Second Ward.

Bruce Fenstermaker [Sand Street] fireman on locomotive; 30; married 12 years to Daisy A., 25; 4 of 5 children living; John L., 8; Sadie N., 6; Ella E., 3; Helen C., 3/12. First Ward.

Lucy A. Ficks [Main Street] 71; widow; eight of nine children living: Etta L., 30 and single. Lucy’s father was born in New Jersey. Second Ward.

Mary E. Finck [E. Fourth Street] laundress; 54; married 26 years and has six children all living: Arthur, 23; Frank R., 20; Walter R., 19; John E., 11. The three oldest boys were laborers in the planing mill. Also living with Mary was her mother, Catherine L. Johnson, 78 and widowed with seven of eleven children living. First Ward.

B. Frank Fisher [E. Fourth Street] coal and ice merchant; 43; widowed; living with daughter Elizabeth, 7 and housekeeper Millie Derrick, 40. First Ward.

Bert Fisher [Ash Street] laborer at planing mill; 48; married second time for 5 years to Mame M., 49 married for first time; no children. Second Ward.

Edwin D. Fisher [Main Street] merchant in sporting goods; 41; married 17 years to Fannie M., 39; two children: Edna, 16; and Florence C., 13. First Ward.

Sadie C. Fisher [Ash Street] 48; widow; one of three children living: Bessie L., 26 clerk in dry goods store and single. Second Ward.

Patrick E. Fitzgerald [Elm Street] employed at brickyard; 50; married 16 years to Sarah R., 41; one of three children living: Rebecca M., 5. Patrick was born in New Brunswick, Canada and became a citizen of the United States in 1888. His mother was born in Ireland. Second Ward.

David S. Flick [Railroad Street] brakeman on railroad; 30; married 6 years to Maud J., 35; three children all living: Kenneth McQ., 5; Annette P., 1 7/12; Preston W., 2/12. Also living with David were his in-law: Thomas McQuay, 63 who was a laborer doing odd jobs and married 43 years to Julia A., 61 and together they had six children – all living including: Lester M., 22 who was a fireman on a locomotive; and Etta P., 26 who taught public school. First Ward.

Daniel Folk [East Seventh Street] laborer at planing mill; 45; married 24 years to Anna B., 43; four of five children living: Anna B., 14; Mary C., 12; Marie E., 5. Second Ward.

James E. Folk [Liberty Street] laborer at table factory; 35; married 7 years to Della M., 25; two children both living: Ambrose, 6; and Clarence W., 1. Second Ward.

Webster J. Folk [E. Third Street] cutter at shoe factory; 23; married 3 years to Margaret, 23; one daughter living: Emma B., 1 11/12. First Ward.

Roland B. Follmer [Main Street] retired hardware merchant; 40; married 8 years to Laura S., 44; no children. Living with the family was a nephew, Jacob F. Wilson, 34 and single and was also a retired hardware merchant. Also living with the family was a servant, Agnes Boart, 65 and widowed with one of three children living. First Ward.

Harry Fordesman [Liberty Street] shoe maker at shoe factory; 39; married 17 years to Virg, 35; two of three children living: Donald, 17 and laborer at table factory; and Isabel, 15. Second Ward.

Elwood Fordsman [Ash Street] brakeman on railroad; 28; married 7 years to Mary A., 27 seamstress at home; one of two children living: Jennie E., 2. Living with Elwood was his mother, Liza, 74 widow with six of twelve children living. Second Ward.

Lewis C. Fosnot [Main Street] editor of newspaper; 62; married 38 years to Lou B., 59; one of three children living: John C., 28 printer and single. Second Ward.

Chas. L. Foust [West Eighth Street] laborer at brick yard; 22; married 1 year to Pearl L., 18; no children. Second Ward.

Robert K. Frank [Elm Street] telegrapher at railroad; 30; married 6 years to Ida A., 30; one child living: Yolanda E., 3. Second Ward.

John F. Frey [Canal Street] fireman at the furnace; 55; married 39 years to Sarah E., 62; two of three children living; a grandson Daniel N. Frey, 9 was living with them. First Ward.

Samuel G. Frey [West Fifth Street] justice of the peace; 74; married 22 years to Deborah A., 72; three of four children living: Emma J., 50 saleslady at perfume company and single. Second Ward.

Louis N. Frymire [Main Street] railroad agent; 57; married second time 8 years to Mary L., 58 married for first time; no children. Living with Louis was a son, Boyd M., 27 civil engineer for railroad and single; and a daughter, Beatrice M., 19; and a sister-in-law, Lucy S. Pauling, 53 and single. Second Ward.

James Gair [Canal Street] engineer with stationary engine; 35; married for 8 years to Mollie, 35; and there were five of five children living: Ruby E., 8; Ruth, 8; Harman R., 5; George K., 3; and Wilber, 10/12. First Ward.

Richard Gardner [Railroad Street] laborer doing odd jobs; 67; widowed living with his two children: Alvin, 30 was a teamster making deliveries; and Maud, 21. Maud had a daughter, Ethel, 2 living with them. First Ward.

Harry Gauger [Railroad Street] lumberman; 49; married 23 years to Florence M., 47; with five children all living: Homer A., 21 and was a sash maker at planing mill; Lera B., 16; Florence R., 10; Lester H., 7. Living with the family was Harry’s brother, William, 46, single and was listed as aimless by accident. First Ward.

Homer C. Gauger [Liberty Street] laborer at planing mill; 25; married to Elesia, 24. This was his first marriage and her second. She had two children living one of which was Albert R. Gauger, 8/12 living with them. Second Ward.

Ursula D. Gauger [Main Street] own income; 75; widow; no children. Living with Ursula was a servant, Emma C. Van Horn, 59 and single. First Ward.

Agustus A. Gemberling [Main Street] book keeper at Door & Sash Co.; 59; married 30 years to Frances F., 54; two children both living. First Ward.

Thomas F. Gerringer [West Third Street] filer at machine shop; 71; married 49 years to Susanna, 71; two children both living. First Ward.

Elizabeth A. Gold [Elm Street] 68; widow; six of nine children living: Nellie A., 26 seamstress at home and single. Second Ward.

William H. Gold [Elm Street] contractor at planing mill; 42; widower. Living with William were two daughters: Helen C., 16; and Dorothy E., 2; and a son: Clarence J., 6. Helen, Dorothy and Clarence’s mother was born in Michigan. Also living with William was his sister, Jennie H. Brant, 44 housekeeper and widow with two children both deceased. Second Ward.

James Good [E. Third Street] foreman at cement company; 36; married 18 to Larissa E., 36; three children all living: Byron E., 16; Grace E., 14; and John T., 11. First Ward.

James Gray [Canal Street] trackhand on railroad; 26; married 4 years to Mary, 23; and two of two children living: Annie, 3; and Stephen, 1. First Ward.

Susanna Gray [Sand Street] house keeper; 62; widow; 12 of 16 children living; living with a grandson, Lloyd McCarty, 15 and worked at Brick Yard. First Ward.

Harry A. Greneger [Elm Street] laborer at brick yard; 26; married 1 year to Jennie M., 27; one child living: Clayton W., 10/12. Second Ward.

Caroline Grier [West Second Street] 85; widow; three of nine children living. First Ward.

Daniel Grier [West Second Street] postmaster at post office; 49; married 23 years to Mary M., 40; three of four children living: Lloyd, 21 and an office clerk; Ned A., 18 and a clerk in the post office; and Anna Marie, 7. First Ward.

Oliver W. Grier [Liberty Street] laborer at planing mill; 57; married to Sarah J., 54; two of three children living: daughter Mary E. Donachy, 35 and was a seamstress at home with two of three children living: Marion Donachy, 11; and Frederick, 1. Second Ward.

Samuel Y. Groff [Elm Street] telegraph operator at railroad; 27; married 1 year to Edna B., 19; no children. Second Ward.

Daniel O. Gross [Main Street] clerk at railroad office; 27; married 3 years to Jane S., 26; one child living: Gerald W., 1. Second Ward.

Franklin Hample [East Third Street] roof painter; 47; married 18 years to Lottie, 38; no children. Franklin’s father was born in Germany. Living with the family was James McGinn, 69 and a widower who was an electrician and both his parents were born in Ireland. First Ward.

John Hample [Main Street] bartender at hotel; 49; married 25 years to Terresca K., 49; no children. John’ s parents were born in Germany. Second Ward.

John F. Handley [Canal Street] cabinet maker at furniture factory; 52; single; living with sister Emma G. Handley, 44 and single; and brother William A. Handley, 50, single and working as a cabinet maker at home. First Ward.

George C. Hartranft [East Eighth Street] miller at flour mill; 41; married 1 year to Carrie, 26; one child living: Cloyd H., 3/12. Second Ward.

Samuel A. Hartranft [Sand Street] Air Riveter at Boiler Shop; 43; married 20 years to Leula M., 37; 3 children all living: Paul J., 12; Martha L., 8; and Arville W., 6. First Ward.

Sarah E. Hartzel [Elm Street] 65; widow; three of four children living. Second Ward.

Edward Hartzell [East Seventh Street] insurance collector; 38; married 18 years to Cora J., 39; two children both living: Glen B., 17 laborer at table factory; and Grace E., 15. Second Ward.

Penn G. Hastings [East Third Street] coal dealer and insurance agent; 34; married 4 years to Mabel C., 30; one child: Margaret P., 3. Living with the family was a servant, Daisy M. Raup, 31 and single. First Ward.

J. Eilert Hauck [Railroad Street] worked for seeds and silos; 54; married 36 years to Mary C., 56; two of four children living: Miriam, 21. First Ward.

Frances E. Hawley [East Second Street] own income; 51 and single. First Ward.

Thomas P. Hayes [Main Street] laborer at planing mill; 62; married 26 years to Agnes Mc., 55; three of five children living: Edna M., 20; Carra M., 18 relief operator at telephone company; and Annie B., 17. Second Ward.

Allen Heinbach [Sand Street] commercial salesman for patent medicine; 48; married 15 years to Minnie, 36; 2 children both living: Wilber, 14. First Ward.

Oliver Heinbach [Sand Street] commercial salesman for patent medicine; 46; married 21 years to Hattie, 44; 1 of 3 children living: Catherine, 20 saleslady at department store and single. First Ward.

Daniel Hester [Sand Street] farmer; 62; married twice; his second wife was Elizabeth, 65 (she was married once) for 33 years; 2 of 3 children living: D. Curtis Hester their son was 25, a butcher and single. Also living with the family was a companion, Mary Royer, 18 and single. First Ward.

Charles F. Heyl [E. Third Street] department shoe factory; 53; widowed. His daughters and son were living with him: Margaret A., 26; William F., 25, shipper at shoe factory; Mary L., 19, night exchange telephone operator. First Ward.

James I. Higbee [Main Street] manager of water works; 65; married 41 years to Mary D., 66; one of two children still living. Living with the family was a companion, Jennie R. McKee, 56, widowed with one child deceased. Also living with James was a brother-in-law, Hartman Fulmer, 64 and married for 32 years. James and Mary along with their parents were all born in New York. First Ward.

Miles S. High [Railroad Street] retired merchant from stoves and tin ware; 48; married 17 years to Jennie S., 46; one child: Edmund B., 11. First Ward.

Samuel High [Railroad Street] laborer at grain house; 44; married 19 years to Ada S., 37; two children both living: Clyde H., 17 and was a lineman for telephone company; and Jenn E., 12. First Ward.

John F. Hill [Railroad Street] cook; 49; widowed. Living with two borders: Rachel Zimmerman, 80 and widowed with no children; and Edgar Seaman, 31, single, and a salesman for agricultural implements. First Ward.

W.H. Hill [Railroad Street] superintendent at brick works; 42; married 13 years to Emma, 31; six children all living: Clara G., 12; Martin J., 10; Mary E., 8; Alin A., 7; Walter W., 5; and Florence, 2. W.H.’s parents were born in Germany. First Ward.

Albert L. Hilliard [East First Street] band sawyer at planing mill; 53; married 28 years to Florence M., 59; two children both living. A niece, Grace N., 14 was living with the couple. First Ward.

Bert G. Hilliard [Liberty Street] laborer at brick yard; 37; married 6 years to Mate, 36; two of three children living: William, 3; and Louisa, 1. Second Ward.

Caroline Hilliard [Liberty Street] 70; widowed; eight of ten children living: Edwin, 48, widowed and was a commercial dynamatist; Lizzie, 41, single and coat maker for tailor shop; Lydia, 30, single and a clerk in dry goods store; and Olive, 15. Second Ward.

Simon B. Hilliard [Elm Street] superintendent at planing mill; 51; married 20 years to Laura F., 49; two children both living: Helen F., 17; and Myra E., 6. Second Ward.

John Hoffman [Railroad Street] own income; 77; widowed; lived with his widowed sister, 79 Matilda Carl, 79, who had one child alive. An adopted son, George H. Hoffman, 27 lived with John as well. George was a livestock dealer and was married for 2 years to Florence S., 25 and they had no children. First Ward.

Albert Holdren [East Eighth Street] laborer at brick yard; 22; married 1 year to Rachel, 20; no children. Second Ward.

Edward L. Horn [Ash Street] laborer at table factory; 24; married 2 years to Maude I., 21; one child deceased. Second Ward.

William F. Houghton [Main Street] engineer on locomotive; 44; married 21 years to Sarah E., 44; two children both living: Leon C., 20 and was a laborer at planing mill; and Madeline S., 12. First Ward.

Edgar L. Housel [Main Street] dentist; 44; married 21 years to Mary C., 43; two children both living: Edith M., 19; and Fred H., 17. Second Ward.

Joseph R. Housel [Main Street] dentist; 70; married 46 years to Rebecca J., 64; two children both living. First Ward.

Mary J. Hudson [Main Street] 59; single. Mary’s father was born in Virginia. Second Ward.

James Huffman [East Second Street] engineer on locomotive; 33; married 3 years to Minnie, 34; one son: Otto Martin, 1 11/12. Minnie’s parents were both born in Germany. First Ward.

Emily H. Hughes [East Second Street] own income; 73 and single. Living with Emily was a companion, Jennie M. McClure, 53 and widowed with no children. Jennie’s niece, Helen Brown, 40 also lived with them. Jennie and her niece were both born in New York as were their parents. First Ward.

John Huhn [Elm Street] own income; 77; married 52 years to Emma L., 70; three of ten children living. Second Ward.

Maynard F. Huhn [Elm Street] stair builder at planing mill; 36; married 14 years to Sadie J., 33; no children. Second Ward.

Ethel B. Hull [Elm Street] 67; widow; one child deceased. Living with Ethel was a granddaughter, Ethel G. Hull, 21 and single. Also living with Ethel was a boarder, John J. Jackson, 68 widower and a janitor at a church. Ethel’s father was born in Connecticut and her mother was born in New Jersey. Ethel’s daughter’s father was born in New York. John was born in New York as were his parents. Second Ward.

Henry R. Hummel [Main Street] physician; 49; married the second time for 22 years to Clara E., 49; no children. Living with the family was a servant, Ina R. Muffly, 37 and single. First Ward.

Sallie E. Hunter [Main Street] own income; 64; widow; two of three children living. Living with Sallie was a grand daughter, Isabelle H. Russell, 24. First Ward.

George B. Huther [East Eighth Street] planer at planing mill; 31; married 12 years to Bertha M., 29; six children all living: Leslie J., 11; and Catharine S., 10. Living with George was his grandmother, Elizabeth Deitrick, 78 widowed with one of three children living. Second Ward.

Lee J. Ickes [West Third Street] fireman on locomotive; 34; married 12 years to Margaret M., 29; three of four children living: Neta J., 11; Thelma M., 8; and Pearl T., 2. First Ward.

John K. Joe [Elm Street] carpenter; 50; widower. Living with John were his daughter: Florence, 17; and two sons: Clarence, 12; and Paul, 11. Second Ward.

Richard Joe [? Street] laborer at car shop; 44; single. Living with Richard was his mother, Mary, 73 widowed with seven children all living. Second Ward.

Emanuel Johe [Liberty Street] laborer in planing mill; 44; married 22 years to Jane, 42; four of five children living: Ruth, 12; Clyde, 10; and Mildred, 4. Second Ward.

Lemuel Johe [West Eighth Street] laborer at car shop; 55; married 18 years to Jennie M., 36; three children all living: Florence M., 17 knitter at stocking factory; Gertrude H., 15 house work for private family; and Lorenzo P., 6. Second Ward.

John S. Johnson [Main Street] laborer at table factory; 60; married 39 years to Ellen C., 60; one child living. Second Ward.

Robert G. Johnson [East Third Street] door maker at planing mill; 74; widowed; living with his two single daughters: Grace E., 38; and Alice O., 30 and was assistant postmaster at post office. First Ward.

J.W. Jones [Railroad Street] was a moulder at his own foundry; 45; married 21 years to Della L., 43; two children both living: Mary S., 20 and teaching public school; and Thomas J., 18. First Ward.

Nicholas Y. Jones [Ash Street] laborer at shoe factory; 34; married 15 years to Mary A., 36; two of five children living: Clara M., 8; and Henry F., 5. Second Ward.

William E. Karns [East Third Street] clergyman; 42; married 2 years to Edith, 40; no children. Living with the family was William’s mother-in-law, Henrietta Bogenrief, 68 and widowed with one of two children living. First Ward.

John A. Keefer [Sand Street] fireman on locomotive; 33; married 13 years to Sarah J., 32; all 4 children living: Martha L., 12; James, 3; John A., Jr., 9/12. First Ward.

Charles J. Keim [Main Street] proprietor of grocery store; 45; married 11 years to Ina L., 43; no children. Living with Charles was his mother, Malinda, 69 widow with four of six children living. Second Ward.

David H. Keim [Main Street] shipper at planing mill; 47; married 23 years to Minnie G., 43; two children both living: Harrold R., 16; and Gerald C., 5. Second Ward.

Harry G. Keim [Elm Street] superintendent at water company; 40; married 6 years to Virginia M., 39; one child deceased. Second Ward.

Harvey A. Kembel [Sand Street] carpenter at Table Factory; 30; married 12 years to Maude A., 28; 2 of 3 children living: Daniel L., 12; and Elwood L., 10. First Ward.

George B. Kemble [Liberty Street] laster at shoe factory; 32; married 6 years to Bertha, 35 who was a forelady at the shoe factory; one child living. Living with George was his brother-in-law, Joseph Burkhart, 39, who peddled coal oil; and step-son, Freeman Burkhart, 19, who was a carver at the table factory. First Ward.

Rebecca Kerr [Elm Street] 54; widowed; three children all living: Minnie M., 19 knitter at stocking factory and single; Matilda A., 19 looper at stocking factory and single; and Ida P., 17 looper at stocking factory and single. Second Ward.

Edwin B. Ketner [Railroad Street] worked for table works; 44; married 9 years to Ida M., 38; no children. First Ward.

Sarah A. Ketner [Ash Street] 70; widow; two children both living. Second Ward.

George G. Kilmer [Elm Street] carpenter at planing mill; 61; married 38 years to Sarah E., 57; no children. George’s parents were born in Germany. Second Ward.

Daniel W. Kimbell [East Second Street] retail merchant in grocery business; 52; married 35 years to Catherine, 52; three children all living. First Ward.

Frank E. Kirk [Main Street] president of bank; 51; married 13 years to Mary L., 35; one child: Margaret, 10. Frank was born in New York as was his mother. Living with Frank were two nieces: Belle K. Burr, 26; and Catherine K. Burr, 22. First Ward.

Melinda Kirk [Main Street] 55; widow; one of four children living. Second Ward.

Elisha Kisner [Liberty Street] 71; married 48 years to Hannah, 69; four children all living: Ella, 41 trouser maker at tailor shop and single. Second Ward.

Sarah E. Kisner [Main Street] 67; widow; four of six children living. Second Ward.

William G. Kisner [East Eighth Street] laborer at table factory; 55; married 33 years to Annie A., 59; two children both living: Chas. C., 25 laborer at planing mill and married for 5 years to Irene M, 22 with one child living; and Sarah E. McCollum, 22 married 4 years with two children both living: Margret C., 4; and Chas. W., 1. Second Ward.

William A. Kitchen [East Seventh Street] laborer on railroad; 41; married 5 years to Miriam, 40; no children. Living with William was his mother-in-law, Annie Levan, 71 widowed with one child living. Second Ward.

Samuel C. Klapp [Main Street] druggist; 35; married 7 years to Marion A., 28; four children all living: Florence H., 6; Grace E., 5; Clarence R., 1 10/12; and Marion E., 7/12. Living with the family was a servant: Hazel G. Johe, 15. First Ward.

David Kline [Ash Street] engineer at planing mill; 66; married second time for 2 years to Mary A., 59 also married for second time; no children. Mary and her parents were born in Ohio. Second Ward.

George Kline [East Fourth Street] carpenter at planing mill; 47; married 24 years to Rebecca, 49; one child deceased. Second Ward.

John W. Kline [Ash Street] engineer at foundry; 58; married 20 years. Living with John was his sister, Emma, 56 and single; and his son, George A., 18 laborer at foundry and single. Second Ward.

Willard R. Klingman [Railroad Street] bootskeeper at planing mill; 31; married 4 years to Anna E., 32. They had one daughter living: Catherine E., 2. First Ward.

Herbert M. Knowlton [Main Street] proprietor of confectionery shop; 54; married 26 years to Sadie F., 52; two of three children living: Maude M., 23 clerk at confectionery shop and single; and Claude F., 17 clerk at confectionery shop and single. Herbert and his parents were born in New York. Second Ward.

William F. Koch [East Third Street] rip sawyer at planing mill; 37; married 15 years to Hettie E., 32; one child: Frank W., 14. First Ward.

Albert Koons [East Eighth Street] laborer at table factory; 47; married 20 years to Martha, 47; four of five children living: Guy, 19 laborer; LeRoy, 18 laborer at planing mill; and Maude, 22 knitter at stocking factory. Second Ward.

Cora A. Koons [Railroad Street] own income; 63 widowed; two of four children living: Hulda F., 20 laborer at shoe factory. First Ward.

Lloyd C. Koons [Railroad Street] foreman at knitting mill; 30; married 5 years to Etta M., 28; two children both living: Martha E., 2; and Harold F., 10/12. First Ward.

Sylvester Koons [East Seventh Street] laborer at table factory; 60; widowed. Second Ward.

Morris S. Krape [Main Street] brick maker at brick works; 36; married 15 years to Grace V., 35; no children. First Ward.

David W. Kramer [Ash Street] laborer at planing mill; 52; married 28 years to Esther R., 49; five of seven children living: Harry W., 17 laborer at table factory; and George E., 10. Second Ward.

Frank C. Kramer [E. Fourth Street] general store salesman; 28; married 8 years to Ida M., 30 two of three children living: Margaret E., 7; and John D., 5. First Ward.

John A. Kramer [West Eighth Street] laborer at planing mill; 54; widowed. Living with two daughters: Hadessa, 34 and single; and Nellie, 23 public school teacher and single. Second Ward.

John P. Kramer [Ash Street] laborer at table factory; 62; married 38 years to Ella, 59; six children all living: Lotie M., 33 milliner at milliner store and single. Second Ward.

Joseph E. Kramer [Elm Street] laborer at table factory; 54; married 37 years to Christan E., 54; six children all living: Bessie, 22 clerk at grocery store and single; and Helen B., 15. Second Ward.

Harvey A. Kramm [Ash Street] grocery business; 27; just married Ruth, 24; no children. Second Ward.

Ada Kremer [Main Street] own income; 53; widow; three of four children living: Rebecca N., 25; Julia A., 21; and Charles D., 12. Two lodgers were living with the family: Richard Sanders, 44 and married for the second time to Florence, 42 and no children. Richard was born in Iowa and ran the moving picture shows in town. First Ward.

Daniel A. Kremer [Railroad Street] commercial for agricultural implements; 49; married 2 years to Emma, 45. No children. First Ward.

Emeline Krisher [West Eighth Street] 67; widowed; four of six children living: Ada, 44 and single; and William L., 36 laborer at concrete works and single. Second Ward.

Harry C. Krisher [Main Street] moulder at foundry; 39; married 10 years to Hulda A., 39 and a milliner; one child: Charles H., 9. First Ward.

Lewis A. Krumm [Main Street] carpenter for the railroad; 59; married 32 years to Sophia A., 51; two of three children living: Forrest R., 19. First Ward.

Ellen Laform [Elm Street] 78; widow; six of eight children living. Second Ward.

Daniel Laidacker [Main Street] retail merchant of shoes and notions; 66; married for the second time to Mary C., 60; no children. First Ward.

Elmer Laidacker [Main Street] retail merchant sporting goods; 34; married 11 years to Jennie R., 30; two of four children living: Mary C., 10; and Ruth May, 5. First Ward.

Simon G. Lantz [Elm Street] illegible; 54; married 32 years to Annie E., 51; two of four children living: William M., 29 clerk at railroad office and single; and Otto G., 16. Second Ward.

Frank Lape [Elm Street] laborer at table factory; 37; married 3 years to Susie C., 24; one child deceased. Second Ward.

Whitman Latshaw [West Ninth Street] laborer at planing mill; 53; married 22 years to Adela, 46; two of four children living: Edward, 9. Living with Whitman was his mother-in-law, Rebecca Tyson, 67 widowed with five children all living. Second Ward.

Mary C. Leech [East Seventh Street] 63; widowed. Living with Mary was her son, Emmerson C., 20 laborer at table factory and single. Second Ward.

Oliver T. Leech [East Seventh Street] laborer at car shop; 29; married 2 years to Bertha I., 29; one child living. Daughter, Beulah G., 9; and son, Elwood J., 1. Second Ward.

Robert C. Leech [East Eighth Street] laborer at table factory; 23; married 4 years to Bertha M., 22; two children both living: Helen B., 3; and Florence M., 2. Second Ward.

Henry C. Leinbach [Main Street] sash maker at planing mill; 50; married 25 years to Ella A., 46; no children. Second Ward.

William A. Leiser [Main Street] own income; 69; married 38 years to Julia C., 68; two of three children living: Sarah McC., 37; and Anne D., 35. Sarah and Anne were retail merchants in grain and coal. First Ward.

Alfred Lesher [Main Street] laborer at table factory; 66; married 39 years to Susanna, 58; four of five children living: Emma M., 32 seamstress at home and single; and Jay W., 29 laborer at planing mill and single. Second Ward.

Fred Lesher [Elm Street] laborer at planing mill; 39; married 13 years to Jennie M., 31; two of three children living: Mabel E., 11; and Edna M., 7. Second Ward.

Russell E. Levan [Sand Street] brakeman on Railroad; 26; married 2 years to Margaret R., 22; 1 son: Herman W., 1 3/12. First Ward.

Scott E. Levan [Railroad Street] sawyer at planing mill; 63; married 41 years to Anna B., 60; six children all living. Son: John, 22 married 3 years to Myrtle B., 20 and they have two children: Helen M., 3; and Harold E., 1. First Ward.

Chunbill S. Lewis [E. Fourth Street] stationary engineer; 53; married 32 years to Myra J., 52; seven children all living. Myra came to the United States from England in 1868. First Ward.

Lawrence L. Lewis [Main Street] foreman at shoe factory; 43; married 17 years to May B., 40; four children all living: Helen D., 16; Lawrence D., 11; Margorie E., 4; and Kathryn M., 1. Lawrence’s parents were both born in Scotland. Second Ward.

Agustus J. Lindauer [East Second Street] shoes; 62; married 33 years to Sarah E., 53; six children all living: Alvin L., 30 and a merchant tailor; May H., 25 and a telephone girl at exchange; and Olive B., 20. First Ward.

Ellis J. Lindauer [East Seventh Street] laborer at planing mill; 58; married 32 years to Julia A., 57; five children all living: Cora E., 27 housework for private family and single; and Raymond L., 24 laborer at planing mill and single, Living with Ellis were two grandchildren: Hazel, 10; and Fred, 7. Also living with the family was a boarder, Benjamin Ketler, 21 laborer at planing mill and single. Ellis’ parents were born in Germany. Second Ward.

Jay A. Lindauer [Railroad Street] was a cabinet maker for the table factory; 24; married 5 years to Maggie W., 23; two children both living: Jay H., 4; and Lewis R., 1 7/12. First Ward.

Israel W. Long [Railroad Street] laborer at round house; 72; married 49 years to Eliza W., 73; three of four children living: Kate E., 42, dressmaker; and Laura V., 22, type setter at printing office. First Ward.

William P. Lose [Ash Street] laborer on railroad; 46; married second time for 18 years to Laura M., 41 also married for second time; three of four children living: William E., 17 laborer at table factory and single; David H., 12; and Laura M., 6. Second Ward.

John T. Lowe [Main Street] engineer at stocking factory; 56; married 31 years to Annie, 54; two children both living. Second Ward.

Mary E. Lowery [Main Street] 76; single. Living with Mary was her sister, Jalia W., 79 and single. Second Ward.

Elmer Lucas [Liberty Street] laborer at brick yard; 49; married 15 years to Jennie, 35; two children both living: Frank, 13; and Eureka. 12. A niece, Nellie Plymett, 24 also lived with the family. Second Ward.

James Luken [East Seventh Street] laborer at home; 57; married 27 years to Caroline, 47; three children all living. Living with the family was a boarder, Aron Hower, 61 and a widower. Second Ward.

Lemuel Lungan [Railroad Street] own income; 60; married 35 years to Lizzie; four of their six children were living. First Ward.

Elias Lynn [West Third Street] janitor at church; 68; married 40 years to Esther J., 60; two children both deceased. First Ward.

John S. Lynn [Railroad Street] worked at nail mill; 46; married 25 years to Margaret E.B., 42; two of two children living: Jay V., 22; and Blanche C., 13. First Ward.

Susan Lynn [Railroad Street] own income; 76; single. First Ward.

John I. Martin [Elm Street] principal at public school; 35; married 9 years to Mary R., 32; with one of one children living: Donald E., 8. First Ward.

Richard Martin [Main Street] plumber for hardware company; 38; married 15 years to Ida L., 32; four children all living: Selburn K., 12; Philip J., 11; Elva M., 10; and Robert R., 5. Richard and his parents were born in New Brunswick, Canada and he became a United States citizen in 1890. Second Ward.

Russell Marsh [East Second Street] salesman at shoe store; 55; married 33 years to Martha B., 53; three children all living: Margaret F., 15. First Ward.

W.G. Marsh [Main Street] physician; 57; married 29 years to Emma C., 59; one child living: Marie M. Leinbach, 25 and married for 1 year to Myrle Y, 32 who was a credit man for wholesale house; no children. First Ward.

Frank Marshall [East First Street] carpenter; 51; married 31 years to Emma, 50; ten of twelve children living: Isabel, 20 and a knitter at the knitting mill; Webster, 16 and a laborer painting cars; William, 14; Agnes, 9; and Lawrence, 6. First Ward.

James H. McCormick [Main Street] clerk for lumberman; 54; married 27 years to Clara C., 50; four children all living: Rachel F., 27 and was a stenographer at shoe factory; Robert H., 25 and was a brick layer; Anna F., 23 and was a public school teacher; and Frank W., 19 and was a brick layer. Living with James was a niece, Eleanor F., 14. First Ward.

Hammond McCormick [Elm Street] laborer at table factory; 24; married 5 years to Miriam F., 25; two children both living: Ella M., 4; and Emilie I., 1. Second Ward.

John McCoy [Main Street] laborer at table factory; 74; married 38 years to Mary V., 60; four children all living: Marion I., 20. Second Ward.

John Z. McFarland [Main Street] clerk at brick office; 57; married 31 years to Mary A., 52; seven of nine children living: Dean W., 29 mail carrier and single; Jessie D., 25 school teacher and single; Sarah Z., 22; Oliver K., 17; Frances A., 11; and George R., 8. John’s father was born in Ireland. Second Ward.

Samuel McFarland [Main Street] grocery store; 50; married 21 years to Anna K., 45; no children. Samuel’s father was born in Ireland. Second Ward.

John McIntyre [Main Street] engineer at electrical plant; 49; married 30 years to Martha J., 50 house work in private home; three of four children living: Myrtle M., 26 housework in private home and single; and Clemmie E., 15. John’s father was born in Ireland and his mother in Scotland. Second Ward.

Joseph E. McIntyre [Main Street] civil engineer with railroad work; 32; married 7 years to Anna A., 38; no children. First Ward.

Thomas F. McIntyre [West Second Street] farmer; 23; married 3 years to Pearl E., 23; one child: Helen M., 1 5/12. Pearl was born in Missouri. First Ward.

William L. McKean [Main Street] own income; 62; single. Living with his sister, Lucy J., 69 and single. Second Ward.

George E. McKee [Elm Street] laborer at brick yard; 34; married 12 years to Margret C., 35; three of four children living: Foster G., 10; Gladys F., 4; Harry E., 2. Living with George was his mother Anna R., 69 seamstress at home and widowed with five of nine children living. Also, a single aunt, Hannah R. Shannon, 68 house work for private family. Second Ward.

James H. McKee [Sand Street] baggage master at Rail Road Station; 29; married 8 years to Annie E., 30; 4 of 6 children living: Thelma G., 6; Pearl A., 6; Reginald M., 5; Mildred E. 2. First Ward.

Martha A. McKee [Main Street] 72; widow; two of four children living: Maze C., 45 and single. Second Ward.

Robert H. McKee [First Street] transfer agent at freight station; 31; married 6 years to Lula R., 28; no children. First Ward.

Sarah A. McKee [East Second Street] own income; 62 and single. Sarah’s father was born in Delaware. Magella Drunbar, 47 and single was a boarder and a dressmaker. First Ward.

Aaron M. McLain [Main Street] cabinet maker at table works; 55; married 30 years to Emma R., 49; one child: Lula M., 21 and a dress maker. First Ward.

Charles B. McLain [Railroad Street] superintendent at table factory; 55; married 34 years to Louisa R., 50; one child living. Also living with the family was their servant, Nellie Wolfe, 18. First Ward.

William McLain [West Third Street] foreman at table factory; 37; married 16 years to Emma, 38; one child: Florence, 15. Living with William was his niece-in-law, Florence Gold, 18 who was single and was a knitter in the knitting mill. First Ward.

Caroline McMahon [Elm Street] invalid; 75; widow; two children both deceased. Living with Caroline was her sister, Mary A. Reed, 70 and single. Second Ward.

Clayton H. McNinch [Main Street] 32; married 3 years to Mary A., 29; no children. Second Ward.

William E. McNinch [Railroad Street] contractor for cements work; 59; married 33 years to Ida E., 51; four of five children living: Eva M., 31 and a servant for a private family; Mary, 26; and John, 24 and a dental student. First Ward.

Samuel C. McVicker [E. Third Street] mail messenger from office to station; 67; married 28 years to Mary A., 67; one son living: Wlliam W., 24, laborer in car shop. First Ward.

Gosh McWilliams [East Fourth Street] laborer at car shop; 55; married 21 years to Clara, 45; five children all living: Blanch, 20 and knitter at knitting factory; Mary, 18 also knitter at knitting factory; Carl, 16 and a laborer at table factory; Ida, 14; and Robert, 3. Second Ward.

Harry F. McWilliams [Elm Street] laborer at table factory; 28; married 6 years to Elizabeth A., 28; three children all living: Felicia M., 5; Elenor G., 4; and Maxwell K., 1. Living with Harry was his mother, Hannah, 69 and single. Second Ward.

John F. Meckley [Main Street] proprietor of china store; 71; married 50 years to Mary R., 73; one child deceased. Living with John was a nephew, Daniel, 45 watch repairer and single. Second Ward.

John Meltzer [Sand Street] bartender at Hotel; 52; married 30 years. First Ward.

Margaret Meltzer [Sand Street] house keeper; 57; married for the second time for 30 years; 5 of 9 children living: Dean E., 23 was a laborer at the Car Shops; and Grace E., 18. First Ward.

Robert A. Merrill [Main Street] merchant in wallpaper; 45; married 19 years to Susan A., 37; two children both living: Fred B., 16. First Ward.

Horace A. Messinger [Main Street] illegible; 50; married 27 years to Sue E., 48; nine of twelve children living: Horace A., Jr., 24 laborer at table factory and single; Edward W., 21 laborer at planing mill and single; Frank R., 18 clerk in drugstore and single; Martha M., 16; William L., 13; Joseph H., 12; Ethan A., 10; and Canetta W., 4. Second Ward.

Joel R. Messinger [Railroad Street] laborer at stove works; 66; married 40 years to Jennie B., 61; seven of seven children living: Clara, 21. First Ward.

Seth K. Michener [Canal Street] gardener at home; 70; married 46 years to Harriet, 66; and eight of thirteen children living – three of which were single and living at home: Charles L., 30 and was an expressman on the railroad; Lulu E., 28 and was a looper at the knitting mill; and Bertha A., 26 and was a knitter at the knitting mill. Also living with the family was a boarder Earl Blakeslee, 23, single and was a book keeper for the knitting mill. First Ward.

Raymond Miller [East Seventh Street] laborer at planing mill; 25; married 5 years to Carrie, 24; three children all living: Chas. F., 4; Allen L., 2; and Ralph E., 4/12. Second Ward.

Sarah E. Miller [Main Street] 64; widow; three children all living: Margret I., 31 music teacher and single; Rosa T., 29 school teacher and single; and Carrie E., 25 clerk in dry goods store and single. Second Ward.

Jacob Mincemoyer [East Eighth Street] farmer; 53; married 32 years. Living with son, Jacob, Jr., 12; and mother-in-law, Susan Kinley, 90 and widowed with one child living. Second Ward.

Margret Mincemoyer [East Seventh Street] seamstress at home; 40; widowed; five of six children living: Stella, 20 knitter at Stocking factory; Chas., 17 laborer at electric company; and Catherine, 7. Living with Margret was a grandson, William H. Sterner, 3. Second Ward.

Mary W. Mincemoyer [Ash Street] 46; married 6 years; one child living: Hettie J. Parsons, 20 clerk in chain store and single. Second Ward.

David C. Mingle [Main Street] proprietor of hotel; 34; married 4 years to Laura; no children. Living with the family was Sarah Divers, 54 and the cook; Mary Wertz, 23 a waitress in the dining room and married 6 years; and Eddie Specht, 25 single and a hostler. First Ward.

Wallace Moll [West Third Street] butcher at slaughter house; 33; married 15 years to Agneline, 32; three of four children living; Ralphard L., 15, machine boy at table factory; William C., 13; and Mabel M., 6. First Ward.

J. Watson Moltz [East First Street] stationery engineer; 24; married 1 year to Ruth M., 22; no children. First Ward.

John L. Monroe [Railroad Street] laborer at table factory; 49; married 21 years to Julia R., 44; five of eight children living: Paul L., 18 laborer at table factory and single; Otto J., 15 laborer at table factory and single; Alvin G., 10; George E., 8; and Richard W., 3/12. Second Ward.

Samuel B. Morgan [Main Street] own income; 65; married 38 years to Margaret H., 61; two of three children living: Mae, 24 and single. First Ward.

Emil Moritz [E. Fourth Street] barber; 43; was born in Germany and arrived in United States in November 1882; married 22 years to Lina, 41 and have three children – all living: Ella M., 19; Alice L., 15; Grace B., 13. First Ward.

Chas. S. Moser [Ash Street] laborer at foundry; 43; married 15 years to Elizabeth, 41; one of two children living: Mary R., 2. Second Ward.

Elizabeth Moser [Main Street] washer woman; 52; widow; four of six children living: Clarence, 17 and was assistant polisher at table works; Morris, 13. First Ward.

Elmer W. Moser [West Third Street] laborer at railroad coal dock; 22; married 3 years to Alta M., 20; one child: Helen, 3. First Ward.

Grace E. Moser [Elm Street] house work for private family; 34; widow; one child living: Floyd, 7. Second Ward.

Jacob B. Moser [Main Street] own income; 63; married 40 years to Mary C., 58; ten of eleven children living: Charles C., 28; Catherine M., 24 and teaching music at home; Ida C., 22; and Mary V., 20. First Ward.

Jeremiah Mottern [Elm Street] own income; 75; married second time 10 years to Susan M. 67 also married second time; no children. Second Ward.

Nelson W. Mowrey [Main Street] laborer at brick yard; 39; married 17 years to Matilda E., 38; two children both living: Clyde F., 15; and Mary K., 8. Matilda’s parents were both born in Switzerland. Clyde was born in New York. Second Ward.

Daniel Moyer [East Eighth Street] foreman at table factory; 32; married 11 years to Lydia, 37; three children all living: Lena, 10; Earl, 7; and Cleo., 6. Living with Daniel was his brother, Abraham, 19 a laborer for the railroad and single. Daniel and Abraham were born in Virginia as were their parents. Lydia’s was born in West Virginia and her father was born in Germany and mother in West Virginia. Lena was born in West Virginia and Earl and Cleo were born in Pennsylvania. Second Ward.

Anna E. Muffly [East Eighth Street] house work at private home; 65; widowed; ten of eleven children living. Second Ward.

Ephraim A. Muffly [East Seventh Street] laborer at planing mill; 26; married 8 years to Nellie I., 25; three children all living: Margret E., 7; Catherine G., 3; and Carroll J., 1. Second Ward.

John T. Mulligan [Main Street] carver at table factory; 28; married 6 years to Bertha M., 28; one child living: Gladys A., 5. Second Ward.

Ambrose Murphy [Sand Street] polisher at Table Factory; 34; married twice; second wife he just married was Minnie, 28. No children. First Ward.

Fred M. Murphy [Ash Street] varnisher at table factory; 33; just married to Ida B., 25; no children. Living with Fred were a sister, Kathryn, 23 and single; a brother, McClure, 20 laborer at planing factory and single; and a nephew, Martin L., 12. Second Ward.

Jeremiah Myerly [East Second Street] hand sewer at shoe factory; 65; married 44 years to Mercy A., 66; five of six children living: Lydia May, 27 and was a stenographer at knitting mill. First Ward.

Simeon B. Myerly [East Fourth Street] salesman for shoe factory; 44; married 19 years to Clara, 38; two children both living: Mollie Myerley, 15; Beatrice Cronrath, 18 who was just married and had a son William Cronrath, 5/12. Also living with Simeon was his mother-in-law, Elmira Wagner, 61 who’s husband died two years earlier; and Simeon’s aunt Mary Wells, 72 who’s husband died a year earlier. Second Ward.

Josaiah Nerhood [Main Street] laborer at car shops; 58; married 34 years to Amanda, 52; one of two children living. First Ward.

John H. Nicely [Elm Street] teller at bank; 32; married 4 years to Margaret, 31. No children. First Ward.

William A. Nicely [Main Street] cashier at bank; 52; married 29 years to Rebecca J., 50; three children all living: Charles A., 23 and was a department manager at brick works; and Mabel A., 19. First Ward.

Elizabeth A. Noacker [Main Street] seamstress at home; 67; widow; seamstress at home; three children all deceased. Second Ward.

Harry H. Oaks [East First Street] traveling advertising agent; 56; married 24 years to Catherine R., 48; five children all living: Bertha F., 20; John J., 17 and was a salesman in drug store; and Myrtle E., 14. Living with the family were two boarders: Jacob McQuay, 76 and widowed; and Homan I. Ranck, 64 and single. First Ward.

Samuel P. Orwig [Elm Street] watch repairer; 76; married 53 years to Mary F., 70; three children all living. Second Ward.

Carl Otto [East Second Street] bottom finisher at shoe factory; 68; married 39 years to Manna, 64; three of four children living. Both Carl and Manna were both born in Germany. First Ward.

George A. Patterson [East Third Street] life insurance agent; 49; married 27 years to May, 45; eight of nine children living: Eugene H., 23 and a snapper at car shops; Ruth I., 17; Benjamin B., 15; Russell G., 13; Esther K., 9; Nyce A., 5; Edward A., 2; and Rose A. Potter, 26, widowed working at knitting mill and had one daughter Arlene W., 5. George was born in Iowa along with all his children except for Edward A. who was born in PA. Also living with the family was an aunt-in-law, Catherine Everitt, 81,
widowed with two children both deceased. First Ward.

Sarah Perry [East Fourth Street] 60; lived with her daughter, 15. Sarah’s husband had died within the year. Second Ward.

Franklin L. Philips [West Ninth Street] laborer at brick yard; 25; married 3 years to Gertrude L, 22; no children. Second Ward.

Glen D. Philips [East Seventh Street] laborer at shoe factory; 29; married 5 years to Ethel I., 24; one child living: Earl H., 5. Second Ward.

Sue W. Piatt [Main Street] 40; single. Living with her two sisters: Frances A., 36; and Nan B. 34. Second Ward.

Elmer E. Pick [East Eighth Street] laborer at car shop; 36; married 12 years to Mary M., 36; two children both living: Maud I., 6; and Eveline, 2. Second Ward.

U.S. Grant Pifer [West Second Street] merchant tailor; 43; married 22 years to Mary, 43; two children both living: Jacob F., 31 and working in police service; and Myron H., 30 and a laborer in shoe factory. Living with the family was a boarder, Fanny M. Jacobs, 27 and single and was a public school teacher. Fanny was born in Ohio and her parents were both born in PA. First Ward.

John B. Pitman [Ash Street] laborer at shoe factory; 21; married 2 years to Eva M., 19; one daughter living: illegible M., 7/12. Second Ward.

Frank W. Plymett [Liberty Street] laborer at table factory; 32; married 7 years to Pearl, 31; two children both living: May, 7; and Maud, 6. Second Ward.

William K. Plymett [East Eighth Street] moulder at brick yard; 27; married 7 years to Belle, 26; with two children both living: Vila M., 6; and William L., 4. Second Ward.

Jacob F. Purcell [Sand Street] laborer at Brick Yard; 27; married 7 years to Emma E., 23; 4 daughters of 5 children living: Violet M., 6; Mildred G., 6; Carroll E., 4; Erma M. 3. First Ward.

Jacob Rafsnyder [Canal Street] laborer; 50; married twice; married 23 years to second wife Jennie H., 58 and one son Harold, 19, and worked as a blackened shoer at shoe factory. Mother-in-law Sarah Stetter, 80 and widowed with one of one children living lived with the family along with a boarder, Annie Snyder, 30, married 10 years with two of two children living and working out. First Ward.

Clarence E. Ranck [Canal Street] teamster at machine shop; 48; married 25 years to Mary M., 52; five of six children living: Joseph M., 21 and worked as a laborer for Comb & Lev Wagon; William F., 19 and was a plumber; John A., 18 and worked for table factory; Laura G., 16 and was a knitter at the knitting mill; and Mable L., 12. First Ward.

Clarissa Rank [East Seventh Street] 63; widowed; six children all living: Samuel B., 28 worked at table factory and single; and Daisy D. 21. Second Ward.

John Rastetter [Railroad Street] stone cutter for the Pennsylvania railroad; 38; married 17 years to Bertha M., 33; two children, neither of them living. First Ward.

Edward E. Raup [E. Fourth Street] wagon driver for coal and ice delivery; 44; married 17 years to Myrtle K., 38; two of four children living: John W., 16; Lillie M., 14. First Ward.

Harry P. Raup [Main Street] fertilizer salesman; 59; married 31 years to Frances L., 57; three children all living: Jessie M., 26 school teacher and single; Ralph R., 22 clerk in detective office and single. Second Ward.

Samuel Raup [Railroad Street] form maker at planing mill; 59; married 35 years to Matilda, 60; nine of nine children living: Mame R., 32, single and laborer with one child: Laura A., 14; Helen, 18 knitter at knitting mill; Fred H., 20 laborer at planing mill; and Samuel Jr., 10. First Ward.

William A. Raup [Elm Street] watchman on railroad; 38; married 5 years to Belle C., 30; two children both living: Carrol L., 5; and Dora A., 1. Also living with William was his mother-in-law, Elizabeth A. Widell, 69 widow. Second Ward.

Henry Redcay [Elm Street] hand sewer at shoe factory; 63; Married 42 years to Mary E., 58; two of three children living. Living with Henry was a grandson, Leon J., 13. Second Ward.

George W. Reeder [East Eighth Street] laborer on railroad; 43; married 23 years to Lydia, 39; two children both living: Margret, 5. Second Ward.

Fred A. Reen [Elm Street] tax collector; 72; widowed. Living with Fred was a niece, Minta J. Case, 41 house keeper for private family and single. Second Ward.

George C. Reeser [Railroad Street] door maker at planing mill; 45; married 21 years to Margaret E., 44. No children. William C. (illegible last name), 40 and widowed was a border living with the family and worked as a laborer at the planing mill. First Ward.

Harry K. Reimsnyder [Ash Street] carver at table factory; 23; married 4 years to Elsie M., 25; two children both living: Elwood C., 4; and Chas. A., 1. Second Ward.

Magadelena Reinbold [Main Street] 77; widow; three of four children living: Amanda C. Nuss, 48 seamstress at stocking factory and single; and Dora B. McKee, 35 stenographer at table factory and widowed with no children. Magadelena’s parents were both born in Germany. Second Ward.

Sherman Reinbold [E. Third Street] sander at table factory; 44; married 16 years to Emma, 35; one son living: Sherman, Jr., 14. First Ward.

Susan Reimbolt [Main Street] housework for private family; 66; widow; four of eight children living. Second Ward.

William H. Relson [Elm Street] lumberman at wood mill; 45; married 26 years to Charlotte M., 45; two of three children living: Helen K., 17; and Frederick H., 6. First Ward.

Wilson H. Remley [Main Street] own income; 55; married 35 years to Effie J., 55; three children all living. Living with Wilson was his son-in-law and daughter who were married for 6 years: Lloyd W. Everitt, 25 and Plesqie S., 26. They had one son: Donald R., 4. Lloyd was a hostler (night) at round house. First Ward.

Margaret Riddell [Liberty Street] own income; 85; single. First Ward.

Samuel W. Riddell [Liberty Street] laborer at odd jobs; 73; married 39 years to Rebecca H., 62; four children all living: Carrie P., 35. First Ward.

Clinton R. Robbins [Railroad Street] retired merchant from general store; 75; married 42 years to Eleanor, 72; two children both living. First Ward.

Henry A. Robbins [East Eighth Street] engineer at flour mill; 72; married 17 years to Anna, 39 and laundress at home; one of two children living: Mary E., 16. Second Ward.

William A. Robbins [Main Street] part owner of general store; 41; married 15 years to Mary B., 40; one child living: Eleanor R., 13. Second Ward.

Howard W. Rombach [Main Street] office manager at table works; 34; married 12 years to Ione, 34; two children: Fred W., 11; and Margaret K., 3. Also living with the family was a servant, Hannah Hess, 56 and single. First Ward.

S. Kate Rombach [Main Street] own income; 64; widow; three of four children living: Harriet N., 41 and single. First Ward.

Illegible Romig [East Seventh Street] engineer at machine shop; 49; married 30 years to Catherine A., 50; two children both living: Mary Tansey, 24 married 5 years to Walter P. Tansey, 24 clerk in clothing store and one daughter: Glady C., 8/12. Second Ward.

Alfred D. Roth [Elm Street] driver for bakery wagon; 20; married 1 year to Hazel L., 21; no children. Alfred’s father was born in New York. Second Ward.

Benjamin F. Roth [Elm Street] driver for bakery wagon; 49; married 24 years to Anna L., 45; three children all living: Leslie C., 13. Living with the family were two boarders: Marion J. Smith, 65 widow with no children; and Ralph Keener, 18 cutter at shoe factory and single. Benjamin was born in New York and his parents were born in Germany. Marion’s father was born in Rhode Island and her mother in Massachusetts. Second Ward.

Frank E. Rothermel [Elm Street] laborer for street car company; 26; just married to Margret K., 19; no children. Second Ward.

George Rothermel [West Second Street] moulder at foundry; 24; married 1 year to Artie L. 21; no children. Living with George were his in-laws, Ammon Wirth, 41 who was a carpenter and married 22 years to Carrie C., 41 – they only had one child. Also living with George was his brother, James, 40 who was a photographer in town and married to Mary, 40 and their two children: J. Ralph, 15 who was a newsboy on the street and Madelin, 12; along with his other brother Chester A., 26. First Ward.

William Rothermel [Ash Street] wagon maker; 54; married second time for 2 years to Margret C., 47 also married for second time; no children. Living with William was a daughter, Mary W., 18 and single. Second Ward.

Agnes Rovenolt [Liberty Street] 51; single; two children both living: Harry Albright, 14 and laborer in car shops. Also living with Agnes were two nieces Clarinda Rovenolt, 34; and Beaulah Averrill, 12; along with a boarder, William Clayton, 27 and laborer in car shops. Second Ward.

Scott R. Rowe [East Eighth Street] laborer at brick yard; 25; married 2 years to Daisy V., 26; one of two children living: Benjamin E., 1. Second Ward.

Andrew J. Runyan [East Seventh Street] carpenter; 52; married for second time for w years to Lilian G., 48 also married for second time; no children. Living with Andrew was a son, Vorris, 7. Second Ward.

Warren C. Runyan [West Fifth Street] carpenter; 26; married 6 years to Blanch I., 28; two children both living: Floral L., 5; and Grant M., 3. Second Ward.

Jerome P. Russell [Elm Street] filer at saw mill; 55; married 33 years to Harriet J., 52; no children. Living with Jerome was his mother, Anna B., 81 widowed with two children both living. Second Ward.

William B. Russell [East Third Street] own income; 59; married 33 years to Mary S., 56; three children all living: Sarah H., 32 and a public school teacher; Hester B., 27 and a stenographer and book keeper at brick works; Elizabeth M., 17. First Ward.

John G. Sampsel [Ash Street] laborer at planing mill; 65; married 36 years to Lenora J., 61; two of three children living: Joseph F., 30 laborer at foundry and married 12 years to Flora M., 30 laundress with two of three children living: Helen S., 10; and Frank A., 5. Second Ward.

William L. Sander [Liberty Street] laborer at planing mill; 32; married 6 years to Margret, 36; one child living: Nellie Ritter, 14 and single. Second Ward.

Erlie A. Sanders [Elm Street] trimmer at shoe factory; 37; single. Living with his sister Ida M., 41 and single. Second Ward.

Samuel H. Sanders [Sand Street] salesman for Nursery Co.; 68; widowed; living with daughter, Lula E., 26 and single. First Ward.

Emily Sanster [Main Street] 70; widow; two of three children living: Millicent, 46 and single; and Elizabeth F., 44 and single. Emily’s parents were born in Ireland. Millicent and Elizabeth’s father was born in New York. Second Ward.

John G. Saxton [Elm Street] laborer at planing mill; 44; married 19 years to Margret E., 43; six children all living: Nellie G., 19 correspondent for newspaper; Donald F., 14 laborer at planing mill; and Evelyn M., 8. Second Ward.

Curtis W. Sechler [West Eighth Street] laborer at planing mill; 22; married 5 years to Marha M., 23; two children both living: Dorothy M., 3; and William A., 1. Second Ward.

William F. Sechler [Elm Street] black smith; 52; married 29 years to Anna E., 56; four of eight children living: Kate A., 24 knitter at stocking factory and single; Laura E., 21 house work for private family; and Ruth, 16. Living with the family was a boarder, Howard Rogers, 16 laborer at stocking factory and single. William was born in Michigan and his parents in Pennsylvania. Second Ward.

Alfred B. Seiler [East Fourth Street] lumberman for saw mill; 62; married 31 years to Ellen, 62; four of seven children living: Grace, 20 and single. Second Ward.

George M. Seriff [Ash Street] foreman at table factory; 37; married 10 years to Elizabeth C., 31; two children both living: Edna M., 10; and Morris J., 8. Elizabeth was born in Iowa and her father was born in Germany and her mother born in Pennsylvania. Second Ward.

Harold A. Seriff [Ash Street] track walker for railroad; 42; married 19 years to Eliza H., 36; six of nine children living: George A., 17 presser at stocking factory and single; Anna B., 16; Edith F., 13; Miles G., 5; and Robert S., 2. Second Ward.

John A. Seriff [East Eighth Street] odd jobs; 71; married 43 years. John lived with his daughter, Margret, 35 coat maker for tailor shop and single. Second Ward.

Sarah E. Shadle [Railroad Street] own income; 67; widowed; one child deceased. Living with Sarah was her step-daughter, Susan Cornelius, 49 who was widowed and had one child living. First Ward.

C. Augustus Shaffer [E. Fourth Street] blacksmith; 58; married 33 years to Catherine, 57; one of three children living: Blanch, 27 who was a saleswoman in a department store. First Ward.

George W. Shaffer [Elm Street] laborer at concrete works; 67; married 39 years to Catherine, 62; one of two children living. Second Ward.

George H. Shannon [Railroad Street] retired merchant of hardware store; 48; married 22 years to Clara A., 51; two children both living: Maud P. 21 and public school teacher; and M. Ethel, 16. First Ward.

Emma J. Shay [Main Street] own income; 72; widow; one of two children living: Emma S. Montgomery, 36 married 8 years to James M. Montgomery, 39 who was a farm operator. They had two children: Oliver Phillip, 3; and James M., Jr., 7/12. Also living with Emma was a step-daughter, Mary V., 50 and single. First Ward.

William F. Shay [Main Street] attorney at law; 53; married 26 years to Mary A., 48; no children. William’s father was born in Maine. Second Ward.

Herbert D. Shimer [Main Street] Lutheran minister; 34; married 10 years to Carrie A., 36; four children all living: Claribelle, 9; Frank H., 7; Mary R., 4; and Sarah J., 3. Herbert’s mother was born in New Jersey. Carrie was born in Maryland as was her mother and her father was born in Pennsylvania. Second Ward.

Sade A. Shook [E. Third Street] laundress; 59; single living with her sister, Mollie J., 38, tailoress. First Ward.

William S. Shook [Elm Street] laborer at planing mill; 46; married 16 years to Nora E., 41; three children all living: Ann F., 15; Francis J., 10; and William S., 1. Second Ward.

George Skillman [Elm Street] 71; widower; no children. Second Ward.

Harry R. Slifer [Railroad Street] auditor for railroad office; 40; married 7 years to Jennie M., 37; two children both living: Montgomery, 6; and Anna R., 4. First Ward.

John W. Smith [Railroad Street] laborer at round house; 45; married 25 years to Nancy, 46; two children both living: William, 24 and a barber just married to Clara, 25 who was a bookkeeper for the table factory and they had no children; and Banks, 15 who was his brother’s apprentice in the barbershop. William Albright, 42 was single and a border with the family and worked at the table factory as a machine man. First Ward.

Milton P. Smith [Main Street] laborer at brick works; 22; just married Charlotte, 18; no children. First Ward.

Stephen M. Smith [Elm Street] contractor at planing mill; 46; married 17 years to Esther E., 36; one child living: Boyd W., 14. Second Ward.

Thomas K. Smith [Main Street] owner of farm; 45; married 25 years to Emma R., 46; one child living: Edna H., 20. Second Ward.

Charles T. Snoddy [Main Street] notary public; 67; married 40 years to Ella, 62; three children all living: Fannie F., 34 public school teacher and single. Second Ward.

Frank P. Snyder [East Eighth Street] labor at saw mill; 48; widowed. Living with his son and daughter: Melvin J., 23 and a telegrapher for railroad; and Anna, 10. Second Ward.

William E. Snyder [West Second Street] piler at lumber yard; 44; married 5 years to Annie B., 34. Living with William was his mother-in-law, Mary F. Bryant, 60 and a widow. Annie was married once before. First Ward. First Ward.

Harry C. Sperkbeck [Main Street] Presbyterian minister; 38; married 10 years to Anna M., 39; two children both living: Henry W., 7; and Marian L., 5. Harry was born in Massachusetts and his father in New York and his mother in New Jersey. Anna’s mother was born in Ohio. Second Ward.

John P. Springer [East Seventh Street] laborer at planing mill; 41; married 22 years to Lillie M., 40; seven children all living: Helen M., 18; Sarah A., 16; Walter E., 14; Catherine I., 12; Edna M., 9; and Earl H., 9/12. Lillie’s father was born in Germany. Second Ward.

Sarah A. Springer [Liberty Street] 73; widowed; four of nine children living. Living with Sarah were her granddaughter and her husband, Bessie Walker, 21, married 1 year to Martin, 26 and a paper hanger; one child living: Evelyn, 2/12. Second Ward.

Kate H. Sprole [Canal Street] laborer working outside the home; 50; was widowed and there six of seven children still living; living with her were a daughter Brenna E., 16; and a son Fred J., 13 who worked on the street crew. First Ward.

Elizabeth Stadler [Railroad Street] dress maker; 38; married 19 years; two daughters both living: Zella, 18 and was a stenographer at the foundry; and Mary, 17. First Ward.

John Stahl [East Eighth Street] laborer at car shop; 69; married 46 years to Caroline, 69; eight of ten children living: Susie, 37 and single; Chas. N., 29 laborer in planing mill and single; and Carrie, 28 and single. Second Ward.

William G. Stahl [E. Fourth Street] baker; 36; married 10 years to Edith E., 36. No children. First Ward.

Joseph S. Stapleton [Main Street] barber; 43; married 10 years to Emma L., 42; no children. Living with Joseph was his mother-in-law, Mary E. Heiser, 69 and widowed with ten children all living. First Ward.

Frank A. Sterner [Elm Street] laborer at table factory; 25; married 5 years to Mae E., 23; two children both living: Mabel M., 4; and Fred A., 2. Living with the family was a boarder, Ward Williamson, 18 laborer at table factory and single. Second Ward.

Harry W. Sterner [E. Fourth Street] stitcher at shoe factory; 43; married 5 years to Mahala, 32; two children both living: Ned F., 4 and Phyllis L., 2. First Ward.

Jacob Sterner [Main Street] watchman at shoe factory; 63; married 43 years to Mary R., 64; nine children all living. Second Ward.

Josiah Steward [Main Street] own income; 74; widower. Living with Josiah was his sister, Hettie A., 61 and single. Second Ward.

Jacob J. Straub [Railroad Street] own income; 77; married 54 years to Catherine, 71; and seven of ten children living: Will S., 32, married 14 years and had a son Donald E., 12 living with the family. Will was a laborer in the planing mill. First Ward.

Wilson A. Straub [Elm Street] box maker at factory; 50; married 24 years to Mary E., 43; six of eight children living: Ernest, 21, and was a finisher at table factory; Clarence, 12; Ralph, 10; Dorothy, 6; Margaret Shipley, 18 and married for two years with one of one child living: William March Shipley, 1 8/12. First Ward.

James A. Strickland [East Seventh Street] laborer at car shop; 48; married 27 years to Matilda C., 68; one child living. Living with James was his sister-in-law, Mary Smith, 65 and single. Second Ward.

William L. Strickland [Railroad Street] laborer at table factory; 40; married 19 years to Ella T., 38; three children all living: Bertrum L., 17; Frank C., 9; and Fred G., 8/12. Living with William were his father-in-law and mother-in-law: Willis K. Crist, 64 own income and married 39 years to Annie E., 60 with two children both living. Second Ward.

Mary Stryker [Elm Street] 70; widowed and no children. Living with Mary were two nieces: Grace G. Ringler, 28 a seamstress in a shop and single; and Blanche Ringler, 25 and single. Second Ward.

Charles A. Sturgis [Main Street] merchant in jewelry business; 51; married 24 years to Mary C., 47; two children both living: Emaline A., 23; and Bernard H., 20 a finisher at table works. First Ward.

Edward R. Taggart [Main Street] retail merchant for clothing store; 42; married for second time to Susan M., 24; no children to this marriage. Living with the family was Edward’s daughter Marguerite W., 13. First Ward.

Charles E. Taylor [West Third Street] laborer doing odd jobs; 52; married 31 years to Annie E., 50 a seamstress; one child deceased. First Ward.

Hugh J. Taylor [Sand Street] fireman on stationary engine; 30; married 5 years to Blanche N., 28; 2 children – both living; Samuel G., 4; and Edgar B., 0/12. First Ward.

William A. Taylor [Elm Street] shipper at shoe factory; 38; married 11 years to Clara I., 43; no children. Second Ward.

George Thornton [Liberty Street] laborer in brick yard; 52; married 18 years to Annie, 38; two children both living: Harry, 16; and Helen, 3. Second Ward.

Edward H. Tonex [East Second Street] physician; 25; married 1 year to Alice H., 25; one child: William E., 10/12. Edward was born in New York and Alice was born in Kentucky. Living with the family was a servant, Jessie Phillips, 23. First Ward.

Charles E. Trate [Main Street] proprietor of music store; 40; married 16 years to Myrtle R., 38; three of four children living: Lois E., 14; Charles E., Jr., 11; and Ira Baker Trate, 5. First Ward.

William H. Trick [Main Street] retail merchant in groceries; 50; married 22 years to Harriet F., 52; two children both living: Earl W., 21 and salesman in grocery store; and Louisa M., 19. First Ward.

John Troxel [E. Third Street] wagon maker; 65; married second time for 7 years to Emma J., 57. No children. First Ward.

Daniel L. Truckenmiller [Main Street] own income; 71; married 45 years to Mary E., 68; four children all living. Second Ward.

William Trump, Jr. [Elm Street] commercial man for machinery; 50; married 20 years to Jennie, 45; one child living: Margret C., 14. Second Ward.

Frank B. Tyson [East Eighth Street] laborer at table factory; 43; married 24 years to Lidia J., 45; four of five children living: William F., 18 laborer at planing mill; Jacob E., 15 laborer at planing mill; and Paul E., 6. Second Ward.

Marias J. Tyson [East Eighth Street] watchman at table factory; 69; married 46 years to Sabrina, 63; ten of eleven children living: Jacob O., 38 laborer at table factory; and Chas. H., 22 laborer at table factory. Second Ward.

Adam Ulrich [East Fourth Street] engineer at planing mill; 64; married 43 years to Levina, 63; seven of nine children living. Second Ward.

Ambrose Ulrich [Elm Street] sawyer for planing mill; 45; married 23 years to Sarah, 23; two of four children living: George, 18 and was a finisher at table factory. First Ward.

Edward J. Ulrich [E. Third Street] finisher at table factory; 23; married 2 years to Sena C., 20; one daughter living: Florence, 2. First Ward.

Joseph H. Ulrich [Elm Street] stitcher at shoe factory; 45; married 23 years to Ella G., 45 with eight of eight children living: John A., 21 and was a laborer at car factory; Marion M., 20 and was a stitcher at shoe factory; Phoebe B., 17 and was a winder at knitting mill; Ruth Pauline, 15; Harry B., 13; Sarah M., 11; Judson B., 10; and Vera G., 6. Two boarders lived with the family: Nelson Aikey, 23 and was a laborer at car shop; and Joseph Decker, 18 and was a laborer at table factory. First Ward.

Samuel L. Ulrich [East Fourth Street] machinist for railroad company; 27; married 6 years to Rose, 26; one child living: Lawrence, 5. Second Ward.

William Ulrich [Ash Street] laborer at table factory; 36; married 11 years to Minnie M., 33; one child living: Elmer L., 10. Second Ward.

Mary Unaupt [Elm Street] 62; widowed; two of three children living. Second Ward.

Edward L. Ungard [Sand Street] conductor on rail road; 28; married 7 years to Percy, 28; no children. First Ward.

Freeman Ungard [Liberty Street] laborer on railroad; 38; married 14 years to Sarah E., 29; seven of eight children living: William T., 12; Whitney R., 11; Sarah E., 9; Byron, 7; Frank C., 5; Phyllis, 3; and Margret, 1. Second Ward.

Merrill L. Ungard [Railroad Street] machinist for table works; 25; married 5 years to Maud S., 25; no children. First Ward.

Laura B. Vincent [Ash Street] 56; widow; three of five children living: Rebe R., 25 seamstress and single. Second Ward.

D. Frank Wagner [Main Street] proprietor of Door & Sash Co.; 60; married 26 years to Mary I., 47; two children both deceased. A servant, Anna Dora Raup, 43 was living with the family. First Ward.

Jacob H. Wagner [Main Street] proprietor of Door & Sash Co.; 67; married 27 years to Mary J., 48; six children all living: Edith M., 24 and a stenographer at Door & Sash; Curtis W., 23 and assistant at Door & Sash Co.; Frances H., 15. Also living with the family was Orie Muffly, 28 single and a servant. First Ward.

Jay H. Wagner, Jr. [Main Street] line keeper at Door & Sash Co.; 26; married 4 years to Bessie M., 27; two children both living: Jay H. 3rd, 3; and William F., 1 3/12. Living with the family was a servant, Carrie Shook, 20. First Ward.

Mary Wagner [W. Fourth Street] own income; 65; widowed; two of three children living: Anna E., 36; and Lillie B., 34. First Ward.

George W. Wallize [Main Street] dreyman; 57; married 31 years to Lillie K., 52; two children both living: Mary E., 30 and a musician in an orchestra; and Alda L., 29 a saleslady in a department store. First Ward.

George Walters [Main Street] shipper at table works; 45; married 7 years to Allie, 46; no children. First Ward.

Arthur Waltman [Vincent Avenue] carver at table factory; 24; married 4 years to Gertrude, 22; two children both living: Robert, 4; and Alverda, 1 11/12. First Ward.

Harry Waltman [East Eighth Street] laborer at planing mill; 54; married 31 years to Sallie A., 53; three children all living: Bessie M., 17. Second Ward.

illegible Wagner [Main Street] own income; 70; married 39 years to Susan E., 60; three children all living: Bertha B., 36 and single; Catherine, 32 and single; and Karl C., 27 teacher at state normal school and single. Second Ward.

John Waltman [Elm Street] counter for lumber; 57; married to Joanna, 54 and living with them was a grandson Woods H., 15 and was a laborer at planning mill. First Ward.

William F. Waltman [Elm Street] laborer at planing mill; 29; married 9 years to Jennie M., 27; one child living: Helen M., 8. Second Ward.

Edward H. Waterworth [Main Street] laborer at planing mill; 49; married 6 years to Elizabeth G., 43; one child deceased. Edward and his parents were born in Maryland. Second Ward.

Wilson D. Watson [Railroad Street] lumber; 67; married 24 years to Elizabeth G., 46; three of three children living: Frank G., 21 and night clerk at railway station; Catherine G., 19; Mildred E., 17. First Ward.

James Watt [W. Fourth Street] janitor in public school; 61; married 42 years to Rachel E., 61 and they have two of three children living. First Ward.

Conrad Weaver [Ash Street] farmer; 59; married 34 years to Emma C., 61; six children all living: Drew, 27 laborer at foundry and single; Grace, 23 and single; Dorothy K., 20 knitter at stocking factory and single. Conrad and Emma’s parents were all born in Germany. Second Ward.

Drumler C. Weaver [E. Fourth Street] machinist in garage; 25; married 2 years to Leula M., 24; one of two children living: Donald, 2. Drumler’s brother-in-law, Clarence S. Kremer, 41 and a laborer in the planing mill was also living with them. First Ward.

Walter L. Weidenhamer [Main Street] retail merchant in stationery store; 39; married 14 years to Eva M., 38; son Harold R., 13 and was a newsboy on the street; and daughter Alberta M., 10. First Ward.

Harriet A. Weik [E. Third Street] dress-maker; 50; single living with her sister Ella Weik, 44. nurse; and her nephew Boyd R. Weik, 24, salesman in music store. Harriet and Ella’s father was born in Germany. First Ward.

Hugh R. Weik [Liberty Street] laborer; 52; married 28 years to Julia, 53; no children. Hugh’s father was born in Germany and Julia’s mother was born in New Jersey. Second Ward.

Benjamin D. Weiser [East Eighth Street] watchman on railroad; 69; married 30 years to Kate S., 51: a daughter was living with them, Sylvanim, 24 seamstress for dress maker shop and single. Second Ward.

William L. Welliver [First Street] own income; 53; married 7 years to Lizzie C., 54; no children. First Ward.

John Welsh [West Fourth Street] carpenter at planing mill; 51; married 20 years to Margret, 41; one child living: Florence Welsh, 18. Second Ward.

Ward W. Welsh [East Third Street] own income; 40; married 17 years to Annie L., 40; no children. First Ward.

Chas. E. Werner [Main Street] proprietor at meat market; 60; married 39 years to Amelia, 57; four of six children living. Chas. and his parents were born in Germany. Amelia’s parents were both born in Germany. Second Ward.

Lewis E. Werner [Elm Street] butcher at meat market; 38; married 17 years to Betty H., 34; six children all living: Ruth M., 16; Robert L., 14; Harrold P., 12; Paul D., 9; William C., 7; and Mary R., 5. Lewis’ father was born in Germany. Second Ward.

Annie A. Wertman [East Seventh Street] 49; married 16 years; two children both living: son, Valerinus A. Koons, 29 and single. Second Ward.

Ervin R. Wertman [Main Street] garage mechanic; 24; married 4 years to Flora M., 22; one child: Catherine M., 1 5/12. First Ward.

Hunter M. Wertman [West Second Street] bartender at hotel; 32; married 3 years to Mary J., 33; two children both living. Mary was born in Missouri was married before and her father was born in England and her mother in Belgium. First Ward.

John W. Wertman [Liberty Street] dreyman; 38; married 12 years to Carrie, 34; four children all living: Helen, 10; Charles, 9; Paul, 5; and Fred, 3. Second Ward.

Robert Wertman [Liberty Street] carpenter; 76; married 53 years to Mary E., 72; eight of nine children living: Sarah, 37 and single; and Edith, 32 and single and a milliner in a store. Second Ward.

Truman Wertman [E. Fourth Street] blind maker at planing mill; 25; married 4 years to Sylva, 25. No children. First Ward.

Darios Wesley [Elm Street] laborer at car shop; 56; married 36 years to Sarah J., 55; two of four children living. Living with Darios was a grandson, Follmer L. Wesley, 7. Second Ward.

John W. Wesley [Ash Street] 30; married 8 years to Katie R., 30; two children both living: Elizabeth, 6; and Lawrence, 2. Second Ward.

Lester M. Wesner [Elm Street] mail carrier rural delivery; 33; married 11 years to Marion E., 32; one child living: Dorothy L., 9. Second Ward.

Bert L. Westley [Liberty Street] laborer on railroad; 29; married 8 years to Lilian, 29; five children all living: Elmer, 7; Helen, 5; Clara, 3; Carl, 2; and Harold, 10/12. Second Ward.

Estella Westley [Railroad Street] bookkeeper at shoe factory; 41; single. First Ward.

Jacob K. Whitman [Main Street] undertaker; 61; married 30 years to Lea T., 60; one child living: Maud, 29 milliner in own shop and single. Second Ward.

Serena Whitman [Main Street] 59; widow; three children all living: Annie E. Huther, 35 and married 9 years to James K. Huther, 34 varnisher at novelty works with two children both living: Florence S. 1; and Fred W., 5/12. Second Ward.

Edgar B. Whitmoyer [Liberty Street] laborer at planing mill; 32; married 5 years to Martha K., 30; no children. Second Ward.

Emanuel E. Whitmoyer [East Seventh Street] carpenter; 58; married 31 years to Rachel M., 53; eight of ten children living: Minnie B., 30 clerk in grocery store and single; Robert E., 24 farm laborer and single; Joshua S., 17 laborer at planing mill and single; Sarah C., 15; Francis L, 13; Melissa H., 9. Living with Emanuel was his brother-in-law, John R. Hess, 60 carpenter and married 28 years. Second Ward.

Ezra Whitmoyer [Liberty Street] laborer in brickyard; 57; married 34 years to Clara L., 52; three of six children living: Edward, 15 who was a laborer at planing mill. First Ward.

Daniel A. Williamson [E. Third Street] carpenter at planing mill; 53; married 31 years to Louisa, 52; three children all living; Harry C., 25, laborer at planing mill; and Ralph, 22, cementer at cement works. First Ward.

William I. Wilson [First Street] rate clerk at railroad station; 66; married 18 years to Melvina L., 66; no children. First Ward.

John Winterstein [Liberty Street] odd jobs; 63; lived with sister – Mary E. Winterstein, 58. Both were single. Second Ward.

Roy W. Wodell [Railroad Street] hammer man at car shops; 26; married 4 years to Annie H., 26; two of three children living: Elizabeth, 4; and Earl, 2/12. First Ward.

Catherine Wolfe [East Second Street] own income; 73; widow; two children both living: Hattie B. Huffman, 42 and widowed with two children: Fred C., 19 worked in finishing room at table works; and Paul S., 16 and was a laborer at table works. First Ward.

Edmond P. Wolfe [Main Street] butcher in own meat market; 46; married 22 years to Catherine J., 43; three of four children living: Alma E., 21 and was saleswoman in meat market; Home B., 17 and was salesman in meat market; and Seamore J., 13. First Ward.

Erb A. Womer [Elm Street] laborer at table factory; 43; married 17 years to Clara E., 47; one son living: Oakley A., 15. Second Ward.

Frank Wright [First Street] finisher at table factory; 37; married 17 years to Clara B., 36; four of five children living: Christian L., 17 and was a laborer at the planing mill; Richard F., 9; Charles F., 7; and Samuel A., 3. First Ward.

William F. Wright [Canal Street] engineer with stationary engine; 60; was born in Germany and came to the United States in 1880; was married 39 years to Mary E., 59; and there were five of five children living. First Ward.

William Wright [Liberty Street] paper hanger; 28; married 5 years to Matilda, 27; two children both living: Thelma, 4; and Dorothy, 2. Second Ward.

Martin Yaegle [Main Street] cobbler; 60 married second time for 34 years to Clara B., 52 for first time; no children. Living with Martin was his mother-in-law, Mary E. Reed, 72 widow with one child living. Martin’s parents were both born in Germany. Second Ward.

Martin B. Yerg [East Eighth Street] watchman at table factory; 53; married 32 years to Ellie A., 60; two children both deceased. Martin’s father was born in Germany. Second Ward.

Wilbert E. Yoder [Main Street] public school teacher; 26; just married to Bessie E., 27; one daughter: Bessie M. 0/12. First Ward.

John J. Yordy [Sand Street] laborer at Brick Yard; 36; married 12 years to Emma L., 31; 2 children both living: Esther M., 11; and Ethel R., 9. First Ward.

Benjamin D. Young [East Eighth Street] laborer at planing mill; 32; married 11 years to Catherine, 31; four of eleven children: George, 12; Jennie A., 11; Thomas P., 7; and Mary, 3. Second Ward.

Guy G. Young [Liberty Street] laborer at shoe factory; 30; married 5 years to Mary, 24; one child living: Ralph, 3. Second Ward.

Joshua Young [Liberty Street] laborer at table factory; 54; married 34 years to Annie M., 54; seven children all living: Elnoral, 21 single and a clerk grocery store; Marie, 19 and single and knitter at stocking factory; and Beatrice, 17 single and a clerk at candy shop. Also living with Joshua was a grandson, Fleetwood Young, 8. Second Ward.

James Zettlemoyer [West Eighth Street] justice of the peace; 73; married 50 years to Catherine, 70; five of six children living. Living with the family was a boarder, Robert Brass, 20 a butcher and single. Second Ward.

James A. Zettlemoyer [Elm Street] laborer at shoe factory; 45; married 20 years to Margret R., 44; four children all living: Grace E., 20 laborer at shoe factory; Thomas H., 18 laborer at planing mill; Ida P., 10; and Sarah C., 8. Second Ward.

John Zettles [West Third Street] planer at table factory; 57; married 30 years to Jane, 57; one of two children living. First Ward.

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