1920 Census

July 18th, 2009

This is the combined 1920 Federal Census Records for the First and Second Wards of Watsontown, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. A.H. Cooner enumerated First Ward from January 2 to January 12, 1920 and Fred Merrill enumerated Second Ward from January 5 to January 14, 1920.

Francis R. Adams [6 So. 4 Street] physician; 34; living with wife Francis L., 27; and their son Francis R., Jr., 3 2/12. Francis was born in Massachusetts as were his parents. First Ward.

Merritt S. Adams [130 Main Street] furniture store; 45; living with Ella H., 49, wife; and their son William H., 13. First Ward.

Albert D. Alabach [611 Elm Street] sash builder at Door & Sash Company; 60; living with his wife Sarah F., 59; and their daughter Lena A., 23, bookkeeper at shoe company and single. Second Ward.

Jesse M. Alabach [615 Elm Street] laborer at wood product company; 31; living with his wife Florence M., 29; and their daughter Thelma R., 7. Second Ward.

John Albright [7 Vincent Avenue] laborer at brick plant; 57; living with his wife Enne M., 45; and their daughters: Eleanor M., 16; and Mary C., 7. First Ward.

Thomas R. Allen [202 Liberty Street] auto mechanic at garage; 31; living with his wife Myrtle, 32; and their children: Mary E., 9; Margaret E., 8; Max, 7; and Madeline, 5. Second Ward.

George N. Alveck [Sand Hill] laborer at wood products; 44; living with his wife Harriett B., 29; and their children: Ailene, 6; Nelson W., 5; and George A., 1 11/12. First Ward.

Fred W. Angstadt [118 Liberty Street] laborer at table factory; 36; living with his wife Myrtle A., 46; and their son Dewy T. Koons, 21, an electrician and single. First Ward.

Jacob S. Anspach [313 Main Street] laborer at brick plant; 41; living with his wife Adda G., 42; and their children: Boyd D., 22, working at freight department for Pennsylvania Railroad and single; Irvin D., 18, laborer at planing mill and single; Emery L., 17, laborer at planing mill and single; Herman E., 15, laborer at wood products; Kenneth S., 9; and Arleine S., 2 4/12. First Ward.

John S. Auman [Third Street] laborer at grist mill; 23; living with his wife Luda, 28; and their children: Pauline, 3 6/12; Dorothy H., 2 2/12; and John P., 1 1/12. First Ward.

David Aunkst [206 Pennsylvania Avenue] carpenter on Pennsylvania Railroad; 56; living with his wife Eva M., 43; and their children Alta M., 13; and Daniel, 10. Alta and Daniel were both born in New York. First Ward.

Charles L. Baker [8 Fourth Street] glazier at Door & Sash; 53; living with his wife Nora, 51; and their children: Vera M., 31, clerical work for Pennsylvania Railroad and single; Mary H., 20, line typist for printing office and single; Curtis W., 17, laborer at shoe factory; and George S., 14. Second Ward.

Frank Baker [3 Vincent Avenue] laborer at planing mill; 26; living with his wife Helen, 28; and their son: Leroy, 1 2/12. First Ward.

Michael Baker [509 Main Street] merchant of general store; 66; living with his wife Mary T., 70. Second Ward.

Ollie R. Baker [507 Main Street] bookkeeper at general store; 33; living with his wife Marie K., 30; and their sons: Leonard R., 7; and Floyd, 2 10/12. Second Ward.

William L. Baker [10 Fourth Street] glazier at Door & Sash; 77; living with his wife Hannah J., 76. Hannah’s father was born in New Jersey and her mother was born in Germany. Second Ward.

William N. Baker [Main Street] car inspector for Pennsylvania Railroad; 50; living with his wife Rosa M., 45; and their sons: William M., 18; and Robert C., 12. Second Ward.

David Balliett [212 South Third Street] store salesman; 67; living with his wife Emma M., 65. First Ward.

John W. Balliett [112 South Third Street] laborer at table works; 71; living with his wife Angeline, 73. First Ward.

William O. Balliett [Liberty Street] butcher; 49; living with his wife Bessie M., 41; and their children: Olga M. Baylor, 21; Helen M., 16, winder at silk mill; Miles O., 13; Domer F., 11; Herman L., 9; Pearl I., 8; Gilbert P., 7; Ruth E., 4 7/12; Robert D., 1 2/12. Second Ward.

Harry J. Banghart [915 Main Street] store manager for grocery store; 49; single; living with his brother Arthur W. Banghart, 50, heal cutter for shoe company and single. Also living with Harry was the housekeeper Emma E. Sechler, 66 and widowed. Second Ward.

Ellis W. Bardole [106 Pennsylvania Avenue] telegraph operator for Pennsylvania Railroad; 49; living with his wife Myrtle E., 46; and their son: Chester L., 19; and an aunt: Verdillia Everitt, 69 and single. First Ward.

David F. Barr [505 Elm Street] rural mail carrier; 42; living with his wife Daisy F., 40; and their children: Oliver D., 14; and Margaret K., 13. Also living with David was his father-in-law Alfred Diehl, 79 and a widower. Second Ward.

Oliver P. Barr [Railroad Street] 77; living with his wife Sarah K., 67. Second Ward.

Augustus D. Barto [Elm Street] laborer at general work; 73; living with his Caroline E., 68. Second Ward.

Daniel F. Barto [717 Main Street] house carpenter; 69; living with his wife Emma B., 69. Second Ward.

Edgar C. Barto [Ash Street] fireman at brick plant; 35; living with his wife Bertha M., 33; and their children: Kathryn E., 16; Chester M., 13; Lenore L, 9; and Olan E., 3 1/12. Second Ward.

Oliver S. Barto [Main Street] proprietor at Farmers Hotel; 44; living with his wife Clara S., 31; and their son William N., 7. Second Ward.

Aaron Batdorf [22 South Main Street] laborer at brick yard; 51; living with his wife Anna J., 50; and their daughters: Grace, 17 and a spinner at silk mill; and Beulah, 14 and a spinner at silk mill. First Ward.

Ray Batdorf [105 North Third Street] laborer at brick yard; 23; living with his wife Ida B., 19; and their son Robert A., 1 9/12. First Ward.

Emerson B. Bastian [917 Elm Street] car inspector for Pennsylvania Railroad Company; 43; living with his wife Minnie D., 37; and their daughter Marie E., 16. Second Ward.

Clarence H. Baylor [Ash Street] machinist at silk mill; 23; living with his wife Bertha E., 22. Clarence’s mother was born in England. Second Ward.

Emanuel M. Beaver [Tenth Street] 70; living with his wife Mary E., 59. Mary’s mother was born in Germany. Second Ward.

William H. Beck [1001 Elm Street] laborer at table works; 45; living with his wife Lavina, 43; and their daughter Lizzie S., 15; and their daughter and son-in-law: Rosie V. Kelly, 17 and Edward H. Kelly, 25, planner at Door & Sash. Edward was born in New York. Second Ward.

Charles J. Bender [820 Main Street] cabinet maker at novelty works; 32; living with his wife Sue A., 29. Second Ward.

Michael Benfer [30 South Main Street] fireman at brick plant; 43; living with his wife Susie, 37; and their children: James R., 18 and a laborer at furniture works; Bernadine H., 15; Francis E., 13; Edith E., 11; Ella R., 8; Mary E., 6; Henry K. 3 2/12; and Alven F., 1 6/12. First Ward.

Lee Bergenstock [109 Second Street] foreman at brick yard; 41; living with his wife Ida L., 35; and their son Bright, 18, a laborer at rubber works. First Ward.

Henry Berger [801 Ash Street] 79; living with his wife Mary E., 72; and their daughters (both single): Jennie M., 45, inspector at knitting company; and Olive, 42, servant at Stetone University. Second Ward.

Marco S. Berger [108 Pennsylvania Avenue] 30; living with his wife Ida, 32. First Ward.

John W. Berkheimer [13 South Main Street] engineer on Pennsylvania Railroad; 46; living with his wife Minnie F., 49; and their daughters Lois E., 20; and Dortha, 16. Also living with John was his mother-in-law: Mary E. Foulk, 71 and widowed. First Ward.

Albert C. Bersinger [Main Street] 51; living with his wife Grace C., 51. Albert’s father was born in the French canton of Switzerland while his mother was born in Germany. Second Ward.

Frank P. Betz [Ash Street] laborer at machine shop; 41; living with his wife Ada N., 38; and their son Larue H., 18, laborer at table company. Frank was born in Kansas. Second Ward.

Morris Bibby [Sand Hill] laborer at car shops; 41; living with his wife Anna, 24 and their children: Albert, 10; and Francis G., 6. First Ward.

Harry C. Biehl [110 Main Street] merchant at hardware store; 26; living with his wife Mary E., 27; and their daughter, Edith L., 4 5/12. First Ward.

Elmer F. Biever [312 Elm Street] telegraph operator for Pennsylvania Railroad; 36; living with his wife Gertrude M., 31. First Ward.

Henry P. Billman [910 Elm Street] 77; living with his wife Clara E., 73. Second Ward.

John H. Billman [912 Elm Street] laborer at brick yard; 35; living with his wife Kathryn E., 33; and their daughter Julia M., 2 7/12. Second Ward.

Oliver C. Billman [812 Main Street] cutter at shoe company; 43; living with his wife Jennie N., 41; and their children: Lillian A., 21, stenographer at brick company and single; Edward L., 11; and Grace F., 2 3/12. Second Ward.

Harry A. Black [5 First Street] accountant at brick works; 46; living with his wife Anna H., 37. Harry was born in Canada and emigrated to this county in 1892 and became a citizen in 1903. Harry’s father was born in Scotland and his mother in Canada. First Ward.

David L. Bly [300 Main Street] lumber manufacturer; 44; living with his wife Amy R., 36; and their children: Ruth, 9; Dorothy, 7; and James N., 4 7/12. Also living with David was his father-in-law William A. Nicely, 62, bank cashier and a widower. First Ward.

Forrest C. Bly [Elm Street] general electrician; 27; living with his wife Nelle, 28; and their son Ned S., 1 6/12. Second Ward.

James C. Bly [Third Street] 79 and a widower; living with his two daughters: Mary Bell Bly, 39 and single; and Lillie Harding, 41, operator for Bell Telephone and widowed. Also living with James was his grandson Harry Harding, 15. First Ward.

Katherine K. Bly [Third Street] 62 and widowed; living with her daughter Margaret, 29, a tailoress making coats and single. Also living with Katherine was her grandson Earl W. Bly, 12. First Ward. Lizzie M. Bly [Main Street] 55; single. Second Ward.

Sarah E. Bly [25 Main Street] merchant of grocery store; 65 and widowed; living with her daughter Mary B. Dearmond, 42 and her husband Robert Dearmond, 40; and their daughter Sarah M. Dearmond, 15. First Ward.

Lewis L. Bobb [601 Ash Street] laborer at car shops; 28; living with his wife Mary J., 30; and their children: Charles R., 13; and Elwood L., 2 9/12. Second Ward.

Daniel B. Bogenrief [111 Ninth Street] general black smith; 37; living with his wife Lizzie E., 32; and their children: Pearl E., 12; and Jay F., 9. Second Ward.

George C. Bomboy [609 Elm Street] barber at barber shop; 40; living with his wife Nellie, 39; and their daughter Mary M., 11. Nellie was born in New York as were her parents. Second Ward.

Charles M. Bortz [9 South Main Street] laborer for Pennsylvania Railroad; 40; living with his wife Sarah J., 37; and their children: James M., 15; Grace I., 14; Mary J., 12; Annie E., 12; Dortha M., 10; and Leroy E., 8. First Ward.

Harry W. Bottomstone [Main Street] watchman for Pennsylvania Railroad; 63; living with his wife Mary, 54. Second Ward.

Charles W. Boughter [706 Ash Street] stenographer at Door & Sash; 34; living with his wife Bessie, 35. Charles was born in Indiana. Living with Charles was his mother-in-law, Sadie Fisher, 59 and widowed. Second Ward.

Edward Boughter [4 South Fourth Street] laborer at planing mill; 36; living with his wife Amelia, 30; and their daughter, Freda, 9. First Ward. Mary Boughter [8 South Fourth Street] 61; widow; living with her son Raymond R., 29 and single; and grandson Sterling W., 12. First Ward.

Leroy Bowman [Seventh Street] laborer at Door & Sash; 24; living with his wife Sarah C., 25, winder at silk mill. Second Ward.

Mary F. Boyant [14 West Second Street] 69 and widowed. First Ward.

William H. Brady [103 North Third Street] watchman at silk mill; 56; living with his wife Jennie E., 53; and his mother Jane Brown Brady, 79 and widow; and a border Calvin Heller Bradey, 47 molder at foundry and single. First Ward.

William C. Brimmer [601 Elm Street] tailor at own shop; 56; living with his wife Virginia F., 47; and their daughter Rebecca V., 21, saleswoman for jewelry store and single. Virginia’s father was born in Virginia. Second Ward.

William E. Brown [511 Liberty Street] laborer at table works; 40; living with his wife Clara M., 32; and their children: Emma D., 9; Newton L, 3 4/12; and Selestia P., 1 6/12. Second Ward.

Samuel W. Bruch [Seventh Street] house carpenter; 50; living with his wife Kadilla, 48. Second Ward.

Martha D. Bryson [19 Main Street] 72 and widowed; living with her daughter: Janet, 35, public school teacher and single; and granddaughter: Nellie B. Everitt, 9. First Ward.

Samuel Bryson [306 Pennsylvania Avenue] rural mail delivery; 52; living with his wife Lou, 42; and their son, Robert, 8. First Ward.

George B. Bucher [22 Pennsylvania Avenue] baggage clerk at Pennsylvania Railroad; 57; living with his wife Sarah K., 56; and their children: Esther, 27, a stenographer for shoe factory; and Robert, 24. First Ward.

Harvey J. Bucher [518 Liberty Street] laborer at brick company; 45; living with his wife Rebecca E., 44; and their daughters: Dorothy M., 4; and Daisie M., 3. Also living with Harvey was his aunt Malinda Shugan, 70 and widowed. Second Ward.

Welman A. Burch [605 Elm Street] insurance agent for Prudential company; 36; living with his wife Mae L., 32; and their children: Mary L., 8; and Larue W., 2 4/12. Welman was born in New York as were his parents. Second Ward.

Charlie W. Burrows [225 Seventh Street] carpenter at Pennsylvania Railroad; 55; living with his wife Ella M., 49; and their children: Margaret M., 21, spinner at silk mill; and Sanford C., 17, sash builder at Door & Sash. Second Ward.

Harry W. Burrows [Eighth Street] laborer at car shops; 27; living with his wife Winnie V., 24; and their children: Dale E., 4 11/12; Donald W., 3 7/12; Mary E., 2 4/12; and Margaret M., 1 1/12. Second Ward.

Nathaniel H. Burrows [16 Fourth Street] laborer for borough; 52; living with his wife Mary M., 54; and their children: Harriet N., 25, saleswoman at general store and single; and Ralph N. 19, truck driver for hardware company and single. Second Ward.

Ellen R. Buss [225 Eighth Street] seamstress; 81; widow. Second Ward.

Margaret Caldwell [601 Liberty Street] 73; single; living with her sisters: Rhoda N., 61 and single; and Ida, 57 and single. Second Ward.

Thomas G. Caldwell [317 Main Street] 74; living with his wife Margaret A., 69. First Ward.

Nicholas Carroll [112 Liberty Street] 78; living with his wife Elizabeth J., 77. Both were born in Maryland as were their parents. First Ward.

Fred H. Carson [230 Main Street] merchant at general store; 34; living with his wife Clara B., 33; and their son, Harry L, 2 6/12. First Ward.

John Cathcart [114 Liberty Street] laborer at planing mill; 70 and widower; living with his daughter Anna R., 38, a seamstress at shoe factory and single. First Ward.

Russell T. Cathcart [514 Liberty Street] laborer at Door & Sash; 22; living with his wife Emma A., 22; and their sons: Hunter R., 2; and John G., 3/12. Emma was born in New York as was her parents. Second Ward.

Nelson A. Caulkins [200 Main Street] cook at boarding house; 45 and a widower; living with his children: Albert, 18 printer of stationary; Frank, 16 auto driver; Thelma, 14; Waunetta, 10; Nellie, 5. First Ward.

David Cline [509 Ash Street] stationery engineer at shoe factory; 77; living with his wife Mary A., 71. Mary was born in Ohio as was her mother. Second Ward.

Walter L. Cole [11 First Street] machinist at brick yard; 46; living with his wife Irene M., 42; and their daughter Ruth M. Dawson, 23 and her husband Ralph Dawson, 25 and was a traffic manager for brick yard. First Ward.

Fred C. Colyan [14 Pennsylvania Avenue] laborer at creamery; 29; living with his wife Gertrude E., 27; and their daughters: Hazle E., 2 11/12; and Myrtle G., 4/12. First Ward.

Samuel B. Comly [504 Main Street] secretary at table company; 71; widower; living with his sister Nancy Codine, 63, housekeeper for private family and widowed. Second Ward.

Clyde E. Confer [822 Main Street] frame maker at Door & Sash; 43; living with his wife Lula M., 42; and their sons: James J., 12; and Ray N., 6. Second Ward.

George W. Confer [717 Ash Street] laborer at Door & Sash; 60; living with his wife Elizabeth, 46. Second Ward.

Jefferson F. Confer [Main Street] laborer at Door & Sash; 64; living with his wife Harriett L., 64; and their daughter Mariam C., 20, saleslady at department store and single. Second Ward.

Derl W. Conner [Main Street] laborer at brick company; 23; living with his wife Freda K., 20; and their sons Arley M., 2 5/12; and Harmen B., 1 3/12. Second Ward.

Ella B. Cooner [110 Main Street] 77; widow. First Ward.

Kate E. Cooner [33 Main Street] 71 and widowed. First Ward.

William S. Cooner [102 Main Street] landlord of hotel; 70; living with Lizzie, 65, wife; Bessie, 36, daughter; Alfred H., 63, brother and clerk in hotel; John P. Zimmerman, 87, father-in-law; Jacob Rathgeber, 50, hired man in hotel; Mary Harman, 56, cook in hotel; Mae Tilburg, 17, waitress in hotel; Paul J. Hyne, 35, border born in Illinois as were his parents and was a machinist in garage; Benjamin Cameron, 65, border and machinist at planing mill. First Ward.

Hattie E. Cornelison [511 Ash Street] 35; widow; living with her sons: Carol E., 15, salesman for drug store; Clarence, 14, laborer at Door & Sash Company; Boyd J., 11. Also living with Hattie was her niece Beatrice Blue, 21 stenographer for planing mill and single. Second Ward.

Charles P. Cotner [Elm Street] 69; living with his wife Mary, 70. Second Ward.

Roland L. Craig [114 Pennsylvania Avenue] laborer at planing mill; 63; living with his wife Rosella C., 63. Rosella’s father was born in New Jersey. First Ward.

Jerome E. Crawford [416 Railroad Street] laborer at Door & Sash; 52; living with his wife Elizabeth, 52; and their children: Florence E., 23, housework outside the home; Frank J., 13; and Frederick B., 11. Also living with the family was a border John J. Moyer, 64, laborer at Door & Sash and a widower. Second Ward.

Charles L. Cromis [20 Vincent Avenue] automobile garage; 45; living with his wife Ida A., 45. First Ward.

Ralph E. Cromis [Fourth Street] rodman for Pennsylvania Railroad; 26; living with his wife Wilda H., 20; and their daughter Rita M., 7/12. Second Ward.

Herman Cronrath [110 Third Street] drayman for town; 28; living with his wife, Beatrice, 28; and their children: Helen, 8; Paul, 6; Sim C., 4 6/12; Carl M., 1 6/12. First Ward.

William Cronrath [28 Second Street] 56; living with his wife Fannie M., 55. First Ward.

Charles H. Dawson [7 North Third Street] chief clerk at Penna. Railroad; 48; living with his wife Mary J., 47; and their children: Mary E., 23; Robert M., 20; Charles B., 19 and working with baggage at Penna. Railroad; and Cecil P., 17 and working in grocery store. First Ward.

Joseph F. Deagan [22 Second Street] telegraph operator for Penna. Railroad; 32; living with his wife Elizabeth M., 29; and their children : Joseph, Jr., 4 6/12; and Bettie, 2 6/12. First Ward.

Louise Dean [106 Main Street] 87 and widowed. Living with Louise was a servant Alda Dennis, 60 and single. First Ward.

Kathryn B. Dearmond [515 Main Street] 58; widow; living with her brother James H. Barr, 63, wood finisher at wood product company and divorced. Also living with the Kathryn was a maid, Mary C. Coup, 38 and single. Second Ward.

Wilber Deiffenbach [40 Pennsylvania Avenue] rate clerk at Pennsylvania Railroad; 35; living with his wife Irene, 34; and their children: Ruth F., 8; Adda M., 4 11/12; Dortha N., 3 9/12; and Ray W., 11/12. First Ward.

Charles W. Deihl [Main Street] machinery salesman; 52; living with his wife Ida E., 53. First Ward.

Lester A. Deininger [112 Main Street] 38; photographer; living with his wife Hazel L., 29. First Ward.

Edward D. Deitrick [41 Main Street] cashier at bank; 53; living with his wife Capitola, 50; and their children: Sarah S., 25 and secretary for Y.M.C.A.; Carroll H., 21; and John E., 14. Also living with Edward was his mother-in-law Sarah Reitz, 79 and widowed. First Ward.

Preston A. DeLong [606 Main Street] Reformed minister; 46; living with his wife Daisie M., 45; and their sons Herbert S., 21, attending Bucknell University and single; and Alfred W., 17. Second Ward.

Boyd Denoskey [118 South Third Street] foreman at table works; 30; living with his wife Hazel, 28; and their two children: Maroene, 3 11/12; and Charles E., 1 4/12. First Ward.

Edward Derr [214 Liberty Street] laborer at brick yard; 56; living with his wife Annie, 56. First Ward.

Fuller S. Derr [505 Main Street] physician; 59; living with his wife Annie S., 57. Second Ward.

Heber T. Dickerman [Elm Street] mail carrier on railroad; 47; living with his wife Carrie H., 42; and their children: Paysol H., 9; Carroll H., 8; and Fred A., 4 10/12. Also living with the family was a border Kathryn V. Hilliard, 23, registered nurse and single. Second Ward.

Adam S. Diehl [240 Eighth Street] door builder at Door & Sash; 40; living with his wife Bertha J., 40; and their children: Dorothy M., 20; Helen C., 19, servant at hotel; and Rosie M., 17, spinner at silk mill. Second Ward.

William H. Diehl [Seventh Street] laborer at iron foundry; 57; living with his wife Jennie, 52. Second Ward.

Cyrus J. Ditzler [34 Pennsylvania Avenue] laborer at car works; 35; living with his wife Bertha L., 36; and their children: Ross J., 12; and Glady E., 8. First Ward.

Edward H. Doebler [704 Elm Street] line engineer at car shops; 36; living with his wife Anna B., 36; and his mother Rebecca E., 72 and widowed. Second Ward.

Rose E. Dolby [Elm Street] washwoman working outside the home; 37; divorced; living with her children: Pearl E. Savidge, 15, reeling at silk mill; Edward D., 12; Kenneth P., 8; and Geraldine E., 6. Also living with the family was a border Howard H. Hile, 37, house carpenter and divorced. Second Ward.

Mary J. Dreisbach [Eighth Street] 65; widow; living with her nephew William Claudfelter, 54, laborer at table company and a widower. Second Ward.

Homer B. Dugan [223 Eighth Street] carpenter; 30; living with his wife Susie M., 29; and their children: Edna K., 4 5/12; and Charles H., 2 6/12. Second Ward.

John B. Dunn [122 Liberty Street] druggist; 55; living with his mother Margaret E., 74 and a widow. Also living with the family was John’s sister Cora E., 48 and single and his aunt Elizabeth Frederick, 89 and widowed. First Ward.

William A. Durham [609 Main Street] lumbering wholesale business; 68; living with his wife Mary A., 68. Second Ward.

William Dutrow [699 Elm Street] run pins at brick yard; 36; living with his wife Laura E., 30; and their son William E., 2 10/12. Also living with the family was a border Joseph J. Remac, 42, ticket agent for Pennsylvania Railroad and a widower. William was born in Maryland. Joseph’s father was born in Germany and his mother in Ireland. Second Ward.

Frank M. Ellis [415 Elm Street] saw filer at Door & Sash; 51; living with his wife Hannah V., 45; and their children: Kathryn A., 17; and Earl E., 16. Second Ward.

Francis J. Essick [15 West Third Street] barber at shop; 33; living with his wife Mae A., 32. First Ward.

Elias Eunsbach [109 Ninth Street] laborer at brick yard; 64; living with his wife Sarah M., 63; and their son Boyd E., 22, freight clerk at Pennsylvania Railroad Company and single. Second Ward.

Asa Everitt [803 Elm Street] 69; living with his wife Elizabeth T., 54. Second Ward.

Caroline Everitt [612 Elm Street] 87; widow; living with her housekeeper Anna B. Hoy, 46 and single. Second Ward.

Lloyd W. Everitt [16 So. 4 Street] carpenter on railroad; 35; living with his wife Pleszie E., 35; and their son Donald R., 14. First Ward.

Mary E. Everitt [210 Main Street] 73; widow; living with her two children: Elizabeth H., 40; and Ralph H., 30; and a laborer, Joseph Berkhart, 52 and was a coal and oil peddler. First Ward.

Kate J. Eyster [501 Liberty Street] 73; widow; living with a border Susan Cornelison, 55, looper at silk mill and a widow. Second Ward.

Speaker G. Eyster [1005 Elm Street] 70; living with his wife Rebecca S., 68; and their children: Myrtle R. Stauffer, 37 and widowed; and Clyde L. Eyster, 31, relief agent for Pennsylvania Railroad Company and single. Also living with the Speaker was a grandson Bert E. Stauffer, 5. Second Ward.

Ambrose Fairchild [512 Main Street] 63; living with his wife Ada, 58; and their children: Donald S., 18; and Christine F., 17. Second Ward.

John E. Falls [713 Ash Street] stationary engineer at knitting company; 39; living with his wife Susie C., 34; and their children: William P., 7; and Ruby T., 4 8/12. John was born in Michigan. Also living with the family was a border, Augustus Diehl, 45, vamper at shoe factory and divorced. Second Ward.

Norman Farley [12 West Second Street] laborer at shippers car; 21; living with his wife Anna, 21; and their children: Harold L., 1 11/12; and Isabel, 4/12. First Ward.

Edwin Faux [32 Pennsylvania Avenue] laundry; 28; living with his wife Della E., 32; and their daughters: Elizabeth, 6; and Marion, 5. First Ward.

Bruce R. Fenstermacher [212 Eighth Street] carpenter; 42; living with his wife Sadie E., 32; and their children: Roy J., 17, laborer at silk mill; Robert M., 7; Gertrude, 6; Clyde F., 4 2/12; Dollie A., 2 3/12; and Florence, 3/12. Gertrude was born in Ohio. Also living with Bruce were two step-children: Margaret C. McCowlin, 13; and Charles W., McCowlin, 11; and his mother-in-law Annie A. Kisner, 69 and a widow. Second Ward.

Lucy A. Ficks [708 Main Street] 80; widow; living with her daughter Etta L. Ficks, 39 and single. Second Ward.

Edwin D. Fisher [204 Main Street] proprietor at eating house; 50; living with his wife Fannie, 48; and their daughter Florence C., 23. First Ward.

Millie Fisher [12 South Fourth Street] take in borders; 50; widow; living with daughter, Elizabeth, 16 and single; and the following borders: Marshall Putney, 54 and widower; Olive Wolf, 21 time keeper at planing mill and single. First Ward.

Daniel Folk [606 Elm Street] laborer at car shops; 56; living with his wife Anna B., 54; and their daughters: Anna B., 24, packer at shoe factory and single; Mary C., 21, saleswoman at five & ten cent store and single; and Marie E., 15. Second Ward.

James E. Folk [509 Liberty Street] laborer at Door & Sash; 48; living with is wife Della M., 37; and their children: Amborse H., 16, laborer at Door & Sash; Clarence W., 11; Richard W., 7. Also living with the family were the following borders: Hazel M. Wipple, 19, vamp machine operator at shoe factory and single; and Jeff C. Diehl, 53, laborer at Door & Sash and a widower. Second Ward.

Samuel W. Folk [702 Ash Street] laborer at Door & Sash; 48; living with his wife Amelia K., 53. Second Ward.

Harry Fordesman [125 Main Street] finisher at shoe factory; 48; living with his wife Virg M., 45; and their children: Donald E., 27 and a laborer at shoe factory; and Isabell, 25 and employed by printing studio. First Ward.

Elwood Fordsman [607 Ash Street] loco. engineer at car shops; 38; living with his wife Mary A., 36; and their daughters: Jennie E., 12; and Annabell, 9. Second Ward.

Bertrand Foresman [208 Main Street] laborer for Penna. Railroad; 46; widower; living with his children: Frank D., 24; Foster C., 22; and Cleta F., 20; and their cook, Marg L. Romig, 54 and a widow. First Ward.

Clyde J. Fostnot [511 Main Street] printer at printing shop; 38; living with his wife Sadie, 32. Second Ward.

Lewis C. Fostnot [513 Main Street] 71; living with his wife Lyra B., 68. Second Ward.

Edgar L. Foust [913 Elm Street] laborer at brick company; 29; living with his wife Carry S., 26; and their sons: Harold E., 3 2/12; and Max L., 11/12. Second Ward.

Jewett C. Fowler [32 Main Street] superintendent at brick plant; 64; living with his wife Ella R., 60; and their daughters: Florence K., 25, a school teacher; Helen A., 23, bookkeeper at brick office; Margaret B., 19; and Edith J., 17. First Ward.

Grover Frantz [311 Main Street] telephone lineman; 35; living with his wife Emma M., 30; and their children: Madaline C., 4 8/12; Pearl F., 3 4/12; Elwood B., 2 11/12; and Geraldine, 9/12. First Ward.

Bruce L. Freeman [718 Ash Street] brickburner at brick yard; 32; living with his wife Victoria V., 25; and their children: Eugenia E., 6; and George L, 4. Bruce and Victoria were born in Tennessee as were their parents. Eugenia was also born in Tennessee and George was born in Colorado. Second Ward.

William H. Frick [28 Main Street] merchant of general store; 63; living with his wife Harriett, 64; and their daughter Marie Raup, 24 and her husband, Ralph Raup, 31 and a traveling drug salesman. First Ward.

Deborah A. Fry [7 Fifth Street] 82; widow. Second Ward.

Edgar A. Fuller [310 Elm Street] laborer at car shops; 31; living with his wife Alta E., 33; and their children: Parvin C., 10; and Kathleen, 7. First Ward.

Willis C. Fuller [22 West Third Street] laborer at brick yard; 34; living with his wife Hazle W., 26; and their children: Woodrow, 7; Olive M., 5; and Irvin R., 2 9/12. First Ward.

Julia A. Fulmer [613 Ash Street] housekeeper; 60; single. Second Ward.

James Gair [13 First Street] engineer at A.C.&F. yard; 42; living with his wife Mary S., 43; and their children: Ruby 18 and a winder at silk mill; Ruth, 18 and a winder at silk mill; Harman, 15 and a laborer at planing mill; George, 13; Wilber, 10; Rose, 8; and Emery, 1 8/12. First Ward.

Benjamin F. Garnhart [808 Main Street] laborer at table company; 70; living with his wife Kathryne, 60; and his sister Sarah E. Fraylor, 76 and widowed. Second Ward.

Homer C. Gauger [414 Liberty Street] laborer at Door & Sash; 34; living with his wife Elsie M., 33; and their children: Albert R., 10; Helen E., 9; Emerson E., 7; Marie, 5; and Dorothy B., 3 1/12. Also living with Homer was his half-brother Harry M. Albright, 23, laborer at car shops and single. Second Ward.

Augustus A. Gemberlin [228 Main Street] laborer at furniture works; 70; living with his wife, Francis F., 64. First Ward.

William H. Gold [419 Elm Street] foreman at planing mill; 52; living with his wife Lisle C., 39; and their children: Clarence J., 15; and Dorothy E., 12. Second Ward.

Byron E. Good [127 Main Street] shipper at table factory; 26; living with his wife Ruth M., 26. First Ward.

James Good [513 Ash Street] boiler maker at car shops; 47; living with his wife Teresa E., 47; and their daughters: Grace E., 23; and Jean D., 7. Second Ward.

Oscar R. Goodlander [11 Third or Fourth Street] laborer at planing mill; 51; living with his wife Clara, 51; and their son Benjamin, 24, boiler maker at car shops and single. First Ward.

James C. Gray [25 Canal Street] laborer at brick yard; 35; living with his wife Mary A., 32; and their children Annie E., 12; Stephen E., 10; Donald W., 9; Dortha M., 6; Clara A., 4 11/12; and Oliver L., 1 10/12. First Ward.

William Gray [Dickson Avenue] laborer at Pennsylvania Railroad; 46; living with his wife Fannie M., 36; and their children: Grace G., 17, winder at silk mill; Ilda M., 15, a servant doing house work; Raymond E., 13; Lillian I., 11; Susan, 8; Pauline M., 6; Nellie G., 4 5/12; and William J.R., 1 6/12. First Ward.

Elisha Greenlaw [207 Eighth Street] laborer at table works; 54; living with his wife Viola, 38; and their daughter Ada, 4 7/12. Elisha was born in Canada as were his parents and he moved to this county in 1885 and became a citizen in 1896. Second Ward.

Raymod B. Greiner [11 Second Street] painter at car shop; 33; living with his wife Margaret, 31; and their children: Gerald L., 7; and Velma I., 5. First Ward.

Harry A. Greninger [221 Eighth Street] laborer at brick yard; 35; living with his wife Jennie M., 36; and their son Clayton W., 10. Second Ward.

Daniel L. Grier [14 West Second Street] lumber salesman; 59; living with his wife May M., 50; and their children: Ned A., 27; and Anna M., 17. First Ward.

Oliver W. Grier [520 Liberty Street] laborer at Door & Sash; 66; living with his wife Sarah J., 63; and their grandson Lee E. Waltman, 4 10/12. Second Ward.

Samuel J. Groff [703 Ash Street] operator for Pennsylvania Railroad; 37; living with his wife Edna B., 29; and their daughters: Marie I., 9; and Doris R., 3/12. Samuel’s father was born in Germany. Edna’s father was born in New York and her mother was born in Ireland. Second Ward.

William B. Groff [30 Main Street] supervisor for Pennsylvania Railroad; 38; living with his wife Anna M., 38; and their daughter Eleanor M., 12. First Ward.

Leroy Gross [913 Main Street] stationery engineer at milk product company; 36; single; living with his mother, Carolina Anderson, 75 and widowed; and his sister Carry M., Gross, 31 and single. Leroy and Carry’s father was born in Germany. Second Ward.

Otto D. Gross [116 Pennsylvania Avenue] cashier at Penna. Railroad; 37; living with his wife, Jane F., 36; and their children: Gerald, 11; Mabel E., 9; and Donald, 3/12. First Ward.

Ray B. Grove [716 Main Street] operator at Pennsylvania Railroad; 31; living with his wife Alice M., 34; and their children: Clair E., 12; Mildred L., 10; Ray B., 8; Helen L., 6; Warren L., 4 2/12; and William L., 1 8/12. Second Ward.

John E. Gundy [703 Main Street] sash maker at Door & Sash; 63; living with his wife Harriet, 55. Second Ward.

Edward Haas [Ash Street] section boss for Pennsylvania Railroad Company; 34; living with his wife Hattie B., 29; and their sons: Lee E., 5 3/12; and Martin L., 2 6/12. Second Ward.

Frank Hample [213 Eighth Street] house painter; 56; living with his wife Charlotte, 46. Frank’s father was born in Germany. Second Ward.

John H. Hample [Main Street] laborer at car shops; 59; living with his wife Tressia, 59. Living with the family was a border Oliver D. Cole, farmer and single. John’s parents were both born in Germany. Second Ward.

Gertrude Handley [19 Canal Street] nurse for private family; 53 and single; living with her brother William O. Handley, 59, a carpenter and single. First Ward.

Horatio Handley [118 Canal Street] laborer at bamboo works; 48; living with his wife Stella, 37; and their daughter Gertrude, 8. First Ward.

Harriet A. Hartman [Seventh Street] 53; widow; living with her children: Martha N., 23, hemmer at knitting mill; Melburn E., 19, laborer at car shops; Stanley M., 17; Clara M., 15, inspector at knitting mill; and Hazel M., 12. Harriet’s mother was born in Ohio. Second Ward.

George K. Hartranft [815 Main Street] fireman at light company; 54; living with his wife Caroline, 34; and their two sons: Cloyd H., 10; and George W., 4 11/12. Also living with George was his brother Frank, 55; and his sister-in-laws: Mary A. Sharpless, 30, private nurse and single; and Jennie R. Hedden, 27, widowed. Also living with the family was James A., Hedden, 4 11/12 who was born in New Jersey as was his father. Second Ward.

Lynn M. Hartrock [715 Main Street] bookkeeper at milk products company; 31; living with his wife Mabel C., 32; and two step-children: Frances O. Muffley, 13; and Paul D. Muffley, 11. Second Ward.

Glen E. Hartzell [410 Liberty Street] laborer at table company; 27; living with his wife Marie E., 27. Second Ward.

Sarah E. Hartzell [603 Elm Street] 74; widow; living with her son Edward R., 47 and a widower. Second Ward.

Eilert Hauck [27 Main Street] disinfectant salesman; 64; living with his wife Mary C., 66. First Ward.

Emma F. Hawley [505 1/2 Main Street] 61; single. Second Ward.

Thomas P. Hayes [910 Main Street] laborer at Door & Sash; 72; widower; living with his daughter Cora M., 28 and single. Second Ward.

John H. Hefty [508 Main Street] merchant miller; 58; living with his wife Amelia E., 52; and their sons: Floyd H., 29, bookkeeper at flour mill; and Harry J., 26, miller at flour mill and single. Also living with the John were two grandchildren: Eleanor L. Hefty, 5 1/12; and John B. Hefty, 5 0/12. John H. was born in Illinois while his father was born in the German Canton of Switzerland. Second Ward.

Albert Heinbach [15 South Main Street] molder at foundry; 58; living with his wife Minnie, 49. First Ward.

Oliver Heinbach [17 South Main Street] laborer at foundry; 54; living with his wife Hattie, 53 and a wash woman for different families. First Ward.

Wilber Heinbach [103 Main Street] laborer at brick yard; 25; living with his wife Verdia V., 32; and their son Elwood W., 3 8/12. First Ward.

Daniel Hester [28 South Main Street] 72; living with his wife Elizabeth, 74; and their son: Curt, 34 and his wife Bessie F., 31 and their son, Curtis, Jr., 4 2/12. Curt was a butcher. First Ward.

Charles F. Heyl [312 Pennsylvania Avenue] foreman at shoe factory; 63; living with his wife Estella, 51. Charles was born in Germany and came to United States in 1881 and became a US citizen in 1887. First Ward.

James I. Higbee [21 Main Street] president of water works; 72; living with his wife Mary, 45. Living with James was his mother-in-law Pricilla Lowrie, 74 and widowed; and his sister-in-law Atta R. Lowrie, 49 and single. James was born in New York State as were his parents. First Ward.

Archie H. Higby [317 Elm Street] contractor for lightening rods; 45 and divorced; living with his children: Eunice I., 15; and Wilbur P., 13. First Ward.

Mills S. High [104 Pennsylvania Avenue] plumber at shop; 59; living with his wife Jennie S., 55. First Ward.

Samuel High [102 Pennsylvania Avenue] grain dealer at warehouse; 53; living with his wife Ada S., 47; and their daughter: Zena S., 22. First Ward.

Ferdinand Hill [40 Main Street] 69; living with his wife Elizabeth, 46. First Ward.

John F. Hill [308 Pennsylvania Avenue] private boarding house; 50; widower; living with a border: Edward O. Seaman, 41 and a farm implement salesman. First Ward.

Albert L. Hilliard [107 Pennsylvania Avenue] jig sawyer at planing mill; 68; living with his wife Florance M., 70; and their daughter: Irene Bauzhof, 34, a telephone operator; and their granddaughter: Florence Bauzhof, 7. First Ward.

George D. Hilliard [702 Main Street] superintendent at brick company; 45; living with his wife Mate E., 44; and their children William A., 13; Carolyn L., 11; and Elizabeth M., 8. Second Ward.

Laura F. Hilliard [703 Elm Street] 57; widow; living with her daughters: Helen F., 27, clerical work at Door & Sash and single; and Myra E., 16. Second Ward.

Lizzie Hilliard [9 First Street] 63 and widowed. First Ward.

Hattie Hoffman [18 So. 4 Street] 52; widow; living with her son Fred C., 29 and a feed merchant; as well as two borders: Maude Wolf, 40 and a saleslady at general store; and Richard Shaffer, 30 and a barber. First Ward.

Paul Hoffman [Rear 215 Main Street] laborer at brick yard; 26; living with his wife Grace, 29. First Ward.

William J. Hoffman [20 Second Street] engineer at yard; 41; living with his wife Minnie C., 44; and their two sons: Otto M., 11; and Foster J., 9; and father: Charles A. Otto, 77 widower born in Germany and coming to United States in 1870 and becoming a citizen in 1875 and was a laster at shoe factory. First Ward.

George H. Hood [512 Liberty Street] laborer at brick company; 47; living with his wife Coray E., 43. Second Ward.

William F. Houghton [31 Main Street] engineer on Pennsylvania Railroad; 55; living with his wife Ellen, 55; and their daughter Madaline, 22, stenographer at brick office and single. First Ward.

Edgar L. Housel [503 Main Street] dentist; 53; living with his wife Mary C., 53. Second Ward.

Fred H. Housel [Main Street] dentist; 27; living with his wife Margaret A., 29; and their daughter Mary C., 3 0/12. Margaret was born in Ohio as were her parents. Second Ward.

Joseph R. Housel [30 South Fourth Street] 80; married; living with a servant, Millie Bodman, 60 and a widow. First Ward.

Ammond Huff [15 Second Street] laborer at wood products; 26; living with his wife Clara, 29; and their son Fred, 3 5/12. First Ward.

Maynard F. Huhn [503 Elm Street] bench hand at Door & Sash; 46; living with his wife Sadie J., 43. Second Ward.

Henry A. Hummel [124 Main Street] physician; 59; living with his wife Clara E., 59; and their servant Ina R. Muffley, 48. First Ward.

Ralph W. Hunter [Ash Street] boiler maker at car shops; 28; living with his wife Bessie M., 29; and their children: Helen M., 6; Emma E., 5 1/12; Mary F., 3 9/12; Elwood W., 1 10/12; and Irene D., 2/12. Second Ward.

James K. Huther [904 Main Street] mail carrier; 44; living with his wife Annie E., 45; and their children: Florence S., 11; and Fred W., 10. Living with James was his mother-in-law Serena Whitman, 69 and widowed. Second Ward.

John L. Ickes [8 Vincent Avenue] engineer for Pennsylvania Railroad; 42; living with his wife Maggie, 39; and their daughters: Thelma, 17, a winder at the silk mill; Pearle, 12; and Daisy, 10. First Ward.

Toner I. Iddings [111 Second Street] laborer at brick yard; 45; living with his wife Alverna R., 49; and their children: I. One M., 18; Bance I., 10; and Ora I., 6. First Ward.

Elmer F. Igenfritz [10 South Third Street] minister at Methodist church; 40; living with his wife, Jessie R., 35; and their children: Phyllis V., 11; Mildred J., 8; and Reufrew E., 2. First Ward.

Margaret Jacoby [304 Pennsylvania Avenue] 77; widow; living with daughter, Emma Jacoby, 41 school teacher and single; and granddaughter Allen Margaret Jacoby, 21 and single. Margaret was born in Germany and came to the United States in 1850. First Ward.

John Joe [909 Elm Street] house carpenter; 50; widower; living with housekeeper Mary K. Straub, 27; and Iva E. Straub, 2 2/12. Second Ward.

John S. Johnson [9 Fifth Street] sash maker at planing mill; 70; living with his wife Ellen C., 70. Second Ward.

Warren Johnson [131 Main Street] show pictures; 30; living with his wife Margaret A., 21. First Ward.

Nicholas Y. Jones [710 Ash Street] builds heals at shoe factory; 44; living with his wife Mary A., 46; and their children: Clara M., 18; and Frank H., 14, laborer at shoe factory. Second Ward.

Levi F. Joss [810 Main Street] laborer at Door & Sash; 56; living with his wife Lavina, 61. Second Ward.

Samuel D. Judd [112 Ninth Street] brick burner at brick company; 42; living with his wife Frances L., 37; and their daughters: Evlyn P., 18; Doris M., 14; and Clara L., 4 7/12. Samuel and Frances were both born in New York as were their parents. Evlyn, Doris and Clara were all born in Pennsylvania. Second Ward.

Bruce E. Kapp [Main Street] stationery engineer at brick company; 37; living with his wife Edith M., 36; and their children Carol S., 16; and Claudine E., 11. Living with the family were two borders: Montevill E., Deiffenderfer, 52, a store keeper and Annie E. Deiffenderfer, 49, a saleswoman in grocery store. Second Ward.

Frank E. Kear [Seventh Street] superintendent at silk mill; 40; living with his wife May S., 38; and their daughter Kathryn C., 4 9/12. Frank’s father was born in England. Second Ward.

Charles J. Keim [408 Main Street] grocery store; 55; living with his wife Ina L., 53. Second Ward.

David H. Keim [Main Street] shipper at Door & Sash; 57; living with his wife Minnie G., 53; and their son Gerald C., 15. Second Ward.

Harold P. Keim [223 Main Street] accountant for Pennsylvania Railroad; 26; living with his wife Florence, 26. First Ward.

Harry S. Keim [501 Elm Street] outside foreman for water company; 49; living with his wife Virginia M., 49. Living with the family was William R. Sterner, 7. Second Ward.

Daniel Kemble [25 South Main Street] pool room; 62; living with his wife Kathryn, 62. First Ward.

Edward Kemble [110 South First Street] foreman at brickyard; 43; living with his wife Susan H., 42; and their children: Clifford, 19, laborer at brickyard; Cathryn, 17; Eugene, 16; Gaylon, 9; Madalyn, 4 2/12; and Lois, 1 4/12. First Ward.

George Kemble [210 Liberty Street] shoe repair; 42; living with his wife Alverta, 48, a forelady at shoe factory. First Ward.

Harvey Kemble [23 South Main Street] foreman at brick plant; 39; living with his wife Maud A., 38; and their sons: Daniel L. Jr., 21 and a cutter at shoe factory; and Elwood L., 20 and a salesman at store. First Ward.

M. Stanley Kemp [404 Main Street] Lutheran minister; 44; living with his wife Margaret M., 39; and their children Anna E., 6; and John S., 3 5/12. Stanley’s parents were both born in England. Second Ward.

William S. Kerlin [195 Eighth Street] track foreman for Pennsylvania Railroad; 52; living with his wife Minnie J., 50; and their sons: Roy E., 21, laborer at table company; and Joseph S., 15. Second Ward.

Carl C. Kesty [1012 Elm Street] machinist at garage; 31; living with his wife Elizabeth A., 31. Elizabeth was born in Connecticut as was her father. Her mother was born in England. Second Ward.

Charles C. Kesty [Elm Street] machinist at brick plant; 57; living with his wife Eliza M., 53. Living with Charles and Eliza was Nelson Huffman, 7. Eliza’s parents were both born in Germany. Second Ward.

Edwin B. Ketner [30 Pennsylvania Avenue] salesman for furniture; 53; living with his wife Ida M., 49. First Ward.

Sarah E. Kilmer [805 Elm Street] 67; widow. Second Ward.

Charles Kipple [Sand Hill] laborer at wood products; 22; living with his wife Fannie, 23; and their son Leroy, 1 5/12. First Ward.

Frank S. Kirk [101 Main Street] president of bank; 61; living with his wife Mary L., 45; and their daughter Margaret B., 19. Mary was a public school teacher and Frank was born in New York State. First Ward.

Malinda Kirk [Main Street] 76; widow. Second Ward.

Hanna M. Kisner [409 Liberty Street] 75; widow; living with her children: William M., 58 and single; and Ella V., 50, tailor at home and single. Second Ward.

William A. Kitchen [401 Elm Street] laborer for Pennsylvania Railroad; 51; living with his wife Miriam, 50; and their daughter Miriam T., 4 6/12. Also living with William was his mother-in-law Annie L. Levan, 79 and widowed. Second Ward.

Samuel C. Klapp [146 Main Street] druggist; 44; living with Marion A., 37, wife; and their children: Florance H., 16; Grace E., 14; Clarence R., 11; Marion I., 10; and Paul C., 6. First Ward.

George M. Kline [11 Fourth Street] bench hand at table works; 56; living with his wife Rebecca A., 59. Second Ward.

John W. Kline [806 Ash Street] laborer at wood product company; 68 and a widower; living with his son George A., 27, molder at iron foundry and single; and his sister Emma Kline, 65, house keeper for private family and single. Second Ward.

William Klingman [214 South Third Street] bookkeeper at planing mill; 43; living with his wife Anna E., 44. First Ward.

Herbert M. Knowlton [412 Main Street] confectionery store keeper; 63; living with his wife Sadie K., 62; and their children: Maude M., 33, saleswoman in confectionery store and single; and Claude F., 28, baker at home. Herbert was born in New York as were his parents. Second Ward.

Charles H. Koch [908 Elm Street] packer at table company; 56; living with his wife Alice W., 59; and their daughter Charella, 17. Second Ward.

John O. Koch [200 Main Street] 45; living with his wife Nettie, 42; and their children: Eva, 13; Mildred, 10; George, 4 6/12; and Charles 1 9/12. Nettie was listed as running a boarding house and the following borders were listed: Anson Robinson, 49 and single; Joe Paul, 23, laborer at brick yard and single; Charles Eckert, 51, laborer at brick yard and a widower; Clayton Kerschner, 31, house painter and single; and Amanda Nerhood, 61, servant and listed as a laborer at brick yard and a widow. First Ward.

Oliver D. Koch [701 Elm Street] laborer at wood product company; 34; living with his wife Grace M., 30; and their children: Bernadean, 9; Madelin A., 4 7/12; and Banks M., 2 6/12. Bernadean and Madelin were born in New York. Banks was born in Pennsylvania. Second Ward.

Oliver S. Koch [1006 Elm Street] plumber for hardware company; 29; living with his wife Ruth P., 25; and their children: Marjorie L, 4 7/12; and Charles S., 4/12. Ruth’s father was born in Michigan. Second Ward.

Albert Kolp [19 South Main Street] laborer at brick yard; 23; living with his wife Helen, 20; and their children: Annie, 1 11/12; and Chester, 2/12. First Ward.

Albert Koons [226 Eighth Street] laborer at table works; 56; living with his wife Martha J., 56; and their son Guy F., 29, sash builder at Door & Sash and single. Second Ward.

David W. Kramer [721 Ash Street] boiler maker at car shops; 62; living with his wife Esther R., 59. Second Ward.

Edward J. Kramer [807 Elm Street] bench hand at Door & Sash; 65; living with his wife Ellen, 64. Second Ward.

Frank Kramer [16 South Fourth Street] table varnisher; 38; living with his wife May I., 39 and their children: Margaret E., 16; and John D., 15. First Ward.

Harry W. Kramer [18 South Fourth Street] machine man at planing mill; 27; living with his wife Girtie E., 30; and their children: Woods C., 4 6/12; and Loraine, 6/12; and his mother-in-law, Ella Maus, 64 and a widow. First Ward.

John A. Kramer [Elm Street] bench hand at Door & Sash; 69; widower; living with his housekeeper Clara B. Yeagle, 62 and widowed. Second Ward.

John P. Kramer [719 Main Street] laborer at table company; 72; living with his wife Ella, 68; and their children Faye M., 35, vamper at shoe company and single; and Wilbur C., 26, stenographer for Pennsylvania Railroad and single. Second Ward.

Ada Kremer [29 Main Street] 63; widow; living with her daughter Rebecca, 35, telephone operator and single. First Ward.

Daniel A. Kremer [23 Main Street] solicitor; 59; living with his wife Emma, 55. First Ward.

Edward R. Krisher [215 Eighth Street] wood finisher at table company; 41; living with his wife Etta J., 38; and their sons: Edward L., 7; and John V., 2 9/12. Second Ward.

Emiline Krisher [10 Eighth Street] 77; widow; living with her children: Adda E., 53 and single; and William L., 46,, laborer at brick yard and single. Second Ward.

Harry C. Krisher [138 Main Street] machinist public works; 49; living with his wife Hulda A., 49. First Ward.

Lewis A. Krum [28 West Third Street] carpenter for Pennsylvania Railroad; 68; living with his wife Sophia A., 61. First Ward.

Ellen Laforme [801 Elm Street] 88; widow; living with her daughter Emma S. Diehl, 62 and also widowed. Second Ward.

Daniel Laidacker [123 Main Street] shoe merchant; 75; living with his wife Mary C., 71. First Ward.

Gereon Laidacker [26 Pennsylvania Avenue] machinist at engine house; 34; living with his wife Rose, 32. First Ward.

William E. Laidacker [121 Main Street] merchant of general store; 42; living with his wife Jennie R., 39; and their daughters: Mary C., 20; Ruth M., 15; and Francis E., 8. First Ward.

Simon G. Lantz [509 Elm Street] traveling salesman for hardware company; 64; living with his wife Annie E., 61. Second Ward.

William M. Lantz [114 Main Street] railroad service for Penna. Railroad; 39; living with his wife Alda I., 38. First Ward.

Whitman Latshaw [Ninth Street] laborer at silk mill; 62; living with his wife Adela M., 55; and their son Edward H., 19, brakeman at car shop and single. Second Ward.

Albert W. Leech [222 Eighth Street] door maker at Door & Sash; 36; living with his Ethel E., 31. Second Ward.

Oliver T. Leech [Elm Street] miller at flour mill; 38; living with his wife Bertha I., 38; and their children: Beulah G., 18, winder at silk mill and single; Elwood J., 10; Oliver L., 9; Frances M., 7; and Lester B., 4 9/12. Also living with Oliver was his father-in-law and mother-in-law James Batdorf, 72; and Lucy Batdorf, 70. Second Ward.

Henry C. Leinbach [13 Fourth Street] laborer at Door & Sash; 60; living with his wife Ella A., 55. Second Ward.

William A. Leiser [42 Main Street] 79; living with his wife Julia, 77; and their two single daughters: Sarah M., 47; and Anne D., 44, who conducted the coal and grain business. First Ward.

Norman L. Leith [603 Main Street] Presbyterian minister; 51; living with his wife Jean D., 50; and his sister-in-law Luella M. Dunmore, 40, high school teacher and single. Norman was born in Massachusetts as were his parents. Jean and Luella’s parents were both born in Scotland. Second Ward.

Charles Leon [19 Canal Street] laborer at brick yard; 35; living with his wife Fannie, 35; and their children: Mary, 10; Bertha, 8; Frank, 2 6/12; and Winifred, 1 5/12. First Ward.

Alfred Lesher [515 Elm Street] slide maker at table company; 75; living with his wife Susan, 67; and their daughter Emma, 42, dressmaker at home and single. Second Ward.

Fred H. Lesher [Elm Street] sash builder at Door & Sash; 49; living with his wife Jennie M., 41; and their daughters: Mabel E., 21, stenographer at pub. stenog. office and single; and Edna M., 17, winder at silk mill and single. Second Ward.

Jay W. Lesher [Elm Street] sash builder at Door & Sash; 39; living with his wife Sarah C., 38. Second Ward.

Russell Levan [26 South Main Street] laborer at Pennsylvania Railroad; 36; living with his wife Margaret, 32; and their children: Herman, 11; and Eileen, 5. Also living with Russell was his sister-in-law: Sarah Stricker, 43 and a nurse for a private family and widowed. First Ward.

William R. Levan [Eighth Street] cabinet maker at wood products; 39; living with his wife Ethel M. 38; and their children: Lawrence A., 17, wood finisher at table company; Helen E., 15, spinner at silk mill; Fred C., 12; Mark R., 9; Dorothy E., 7; Esther I., 5 9/12; Clair M., 4. Second Ward.

Lawrence L. Lewis [704 Main Street] general manager for shoe company; 53; living with his wife May D., 49; and their children: Helen D., 25, high school teacher and single; L. Delroy, 20, attending Bucknell University and single; Marjory E., 14; and Kathryne M., 10. Lawrence’s father was born in Scotland and his mother was born in Ireland. Second Ward.

Lewis A. Lindauer [26 Second Street] furniture salesman; 40; living with his wife Pearl E., 30; and a boarder, Julius A. Lindauer widower and laborer for public works. First Ward.

William Lindauer [13 West Second Street] delivers milk; 29; living with his wife Lela, 24. First Ward.

William A. Lindauer [Seventh Street] framer at Door & Sash; 55; living with his wife Margaret A., 53; and their children: Luther M., 19; Helen G., 16, winder at silk mill; and Murrell R., 7. Second Ward.

Ellis J. Linduer [506 Elm Street] laborer at Door & Sash; 68; living with his wife Julia, 66; and their son Ray L., 30, house painter and single. Ellis’ father was born in Germany. Second Ward.

Colin Logan [706 Main Street] fireman at school house; 69; living with his wife Mary J., 77. Colin was born in New Brunswick, Canada and moved to the United States in 1866 and became a United States citizen in 1884. Both his parents were born in Canada. Second Ward.

Christ J. Long [Main Street] baker at baking company; 51; living with his wife Alice E., 50; and their daughter Mary I., 19, student at Temple University and single; and their sons: Loraine L., 14; and Raymond L., 11. Christ was born in Germany was were his parents. Christ came to the United States in 1884 and became a United States citizen in 1896. Second Ward.

Katherine Long [36 Pennsylvania Avenue] seamstress for private family; 54 and single; living with her mother Eliza, 82 and widowed. First Ward.

James L. Lupfer [507 Elm Street] optician; 49; living with his wife Rosie, 53; and their children: Merle W., 19, telephone operator for Bell Telephone Company; and Harry S., 16. Second Ward.

Merrill Y. Lynn [911 Elm Street] brick maker at brick company; 35; living with is wife Ethel M., 32; and their children: Otho F., 14; Lee R., 9 1/12; Walter M., 6 8/12; and Grace T., 2 11/12. Second Ward.

Frank M. Lyons [11 South Main Street] brakeman on Pennsylvania Railroad; 36; living with his wife Rachael E., 26; and their sons: Frank E., 2 6/12; and Robert L., 6/12. First Ward.

John Manning [Eighth Street] auto mechanic at garage; 25; living with his wife Beatrice L, 20; and their children Harold A., 2 1/12; and Helen L., 11/12. Second Ward.

Martha Marsh [917 Main Street] saleswoman for antiseptic company; 61; divorced; living with her daughter Margaret M., 25, stenographer at brick company and single. Second Ward.

William G. Marsh [215 Main Street] physician; 67; living with his wife Emma C., 71. Also living with the family were the following borders: Yoder Leinbach, 42, a merchant and married to Marie M. Leinbach, 34 and the parents of: Kent Leinbach, 6; and Emeline Leinbach, 3 6/12. First Ward.

Frank Marshall [109 North Second Street] carpenter; 62; living with his wife Emma L., 61; and their children: Walter, 26, a laborer at brick yard; Agnes C., 19, winder at silk mill; Lawrence, 16, laborer at brick yard. Living with the family was Walter’s wife Margaret, 18; and their two sons: Francis, 3 9/12; and Fredrick, 1 7/12. First Ward.

Joh I. Martin [318 Elm Street] public school professor; 46; living with his wife Mary R., 42; and their sons: Donald E., 18; and Harold I., 9. First Ward.

Philip J. Martin [Main Street] laborer at car shop; 21; living with his wife Elizabeth M., 20; and their daughter Kathryne E., 10/12. Philip’s father was born in Canada. Second Ward.

Richard Martin [Main Street] plumber for hardware company; 48; living with his wife Ida, 44; and their children Elva M., 18; and Robert R., 15. Richard was born in Canada as were his parents. Richard moved to the United States in 1890 and became a United States citizen in 1900. Second Ward.

Harry Mausteller [204 Pennsylvania Avenue] laborer on Pennsylvania Railroad; 26; living with his wife Stella, 21; and their two sons: Hurly, 4 5/12; and Homer, 2 2/12. First Ward.

Isak Mausteller [202 Pennsylvania Avenue] laborer at Engine House; 62 and born in Illinois; living with his wife Nora, 49; and their children: Myron B., 20, laborer on railroad; Harriett, 14; and Genevieve, 11. First Ward.

James W. McClain [Elm Street] 74; living with his wife Hattie J., 70; and their son and daughter-in-law: Harry E. McClain, 42, a cabinet maker at novelty works and Beula J., 36; and their grandson James W., Jr., 8. Second Ward.

Jennie L. McClure [10 So. 4 Street] 61; widow. First Ward.

Henry McCollum [10 West Second Street] laborer at brick yard; 24; living with his wife Mable, 18; and their son Lester W., 1 11/12. First Ward.

Albert A. McCormick [718 Main Street] brick maker at brick company; 30; living with his wife Mattie L., 29; and their daughters: Rotha L., 7; and Dorothy D., 1 6/12. Albert, Mattie and Rotha were all born in Tennessee as were Albert’s parents. Dorothy was born in Pennsylvania. Second Ward.

Hammond McCormick [8066 Elm Street] bench hand at table company; 34; living with his wife Miriam F., 35; and their daughters: Elda M., 13; Emilie I., 11; and Frances H., 3 10/12. Second Ward.

Laura McCormick [137 Main Street] 60 and widowed; living with her were her children: Rachael F., 35 and a bookstore merchant; Anna F., 32 and a public school teacher; Robert, 34 and a brick layer; and Frank, 28 and a brick layer. Also living with Laura was her granddaughter Eleanor McCormick, 24 and a saleslady at a store. First Ward.

John McCoy [701 Main Street] bench hand at table company; 84; widower; living with daughter Marion I. McCoy, 30 and single; and granddaughter Marion A. Krug, 23, stenographer at milk product company and single. Second Ward.

Anna M. McDowell [Main Street] 70; widow. Second Ward.

John C. McFarland [Main Street] bookkeeper at brick company; 68; living with his wife Mary A., 63 and their children: Dean W., 39, traveling salesman for brick company and single; Sarah Z., 32, high school teacher; Frances A., 22, attending Bucknell University and single; and George A., 18. John’s father was born in Ireland. Second Ward.

Samuel McFarland [721 Main Street] traveling salesman for auto supplies company; 59; living with his wife Anna K., 51. Samuel’s father was born in Ireland. Second Ward.

Zelmer J. McFarland, Jr. [Eighth Street] merchant of general store; 37; living with his wife Margaret, 39; and their children: Helen E., 13; Ruth D., 11; John Z., 7; Martha, 5 4/12; and James M., 6/12. Second Ward.

John McIntyre [Main Street] stationary engineer at table company; 59; living with his wife Martha J., 58, housework outside the home; and their daughter Clemmie E., 25, saleswoman for clothing store and single. Also living with the family was a border Ella M. Peterson, 23, hemmer at knitting company and single. John’s parents were both born in Ireland. Ella’s parents were both born in Sweden. Second Ward.

Thomas McIntyre [23 Canal Street] teaming/hauling; 33; living with his wife Pearl, 33; and their children: Helen M., 11; Mary E., 9; John F., 6; and Martha F., 2 11/12. Pearl was born in Missouri. First Ward.

William McKean [116 Liberty Street] boiler maker at car company; 32; living with his wife Iva C., 31; and their children: Ernas G., 12; Thelma I., 9; Lois V., 5; and a niece: Catherine, 16 working at shoe factory. First Ward.

Dora B. McKee [818 Main Street] bookkeeper at table company; 44; widow; living with her sister Amanda C. Nuss, 58 and single. Second Ward.

George E. McKee [905 Elm Street] laborer at brick yard; 44; married; living with his children: Foster G., 19, heater at car shop and single; Gladys J., 12; and Harry E., 11. Also living with George was his mother Anna R. McKee, 79 and widowed; and his aunt Hannah H., Shannon, 75 and single. Second Ward.

Sarah A. McKee [12 So. 4 Street] 71; single. First Ward.

Emma R. McLain [14 So. 4 Street] 59; widow. First Ward.

Louisa McLain [22 Vincent Avenue] 58; widow; living with her sister Emma Raker, 52 and widowed and a saleslady at a store. First Ward.

William McLain [18 West Third Street] foreman at furniture factory; 48; living with his wife Emma D., 47; and their daughter Florence C., 24, weaver at silk mill and single. First Ward.

Edward McLowlin [Seventh Street] teamster at Door & Sash; 45; living with his wife Bertha M., 43; and their children: Allen L., 19, truck driver for Door & Sash; Vera M., 11; Robert E., 6; Edith H., 5; and Douglas E., 2. Second Ward.

Clayton H. McNinch [16 Vincent Avenue] printer; 42; living with his wife Mary A., 29. First Ward.

William McNinch [16 Pennsylvania Avenue] watchman at shoe factory; 68; living with his wife Elsie I., 61; and the following borders: William Feigley, 62, a glazier at the planing mill born in Maryland and a widower; and Lewis Smith, 23, a laborer at wood products and single. First Ward.

William McQuay [Fifth Street] general laborer; 40; single. Second Ward.

William McVicker [113 North Third Street] laborer in planing mill; 34; living with his wife Ada, 25 and their son Robert C., 11/12. Living with the family was a border: Samuel C., McVicker, 77 and a widower. First Ward.

Clara M. McWilliams [Main Street] 52; widow; living with her children: Blanche N., 30, hemmer at knitting company and single; Karl, 26, bench hand at planing mill and single; Ida M., 24, weaver at silk mill and single; Robert W., 13; Mary G. Relser, 28, hemmer at knitting company; and son-in-law Edgar W. Relser, 30, laborer at brick yard. Second Ward.

George M. Mease [38 Pennsylvania Avenue] foreman at engine house; 59; living with his wife Sarah, 67. First Ward.

John F. Meckly [407 Main Street] 81; living with his wife Mary R., 82; and his nephew Daniel Bostian, 54, a jeweler at home and single. Second Ward.

Daniel P. Menges [6 Pennsylvania Avenue] 62; living with his wife Lulu E., 45. First Ward.

Paul T. Menges [20 South Fourth Street] laborer at planing mill; 39; living with his wife Lizzia A., 37; and their daughter Lois A., 8. First Ward.

Robert A. Merrill [131 Main Street] house painter; 55; living with his wife Susan A., 49; and their son Fred B., 26, an electrician and single. First Ward.

Charles E. Mertz [202 Main Street] laborer at brick plant; 34; living with his wife Mary A., 33; and their daughter Evelyn A., 8. First Ward.

Aaron Messinger [114 South Third Street] pipe fitter at car works; 34; living with his wife Myra, 30. First Ward.

Allen E. Messinger [720 Ash Street] pugger at brick yard; 20; living with his wife Leda V., 21; and their daughter Mary E., 2 1/12. Second Ward.

Horace A. Messinger [608 Main Street] night watchman at silk mill; 59; living with his wife Susan E., 58; and their children Martha B., 25 and single; and Joseph H., 21, wheeler at brick company and single. Second Ward.

Charles R. Miller [Rear 215 Main Street] carpenter; 43; living with his wife Hazel D., 29. First Ward.

Newton H. Miller [Elm Street] some type of boss at brick company; 43; living with his wife Elizabeth A., 43; and their children: Minnie, 19, looper at knitting mill and single; Walter R., 16, wood molder at Door & Sash Company; Olive M.E., 11; Dale E., 7; Gardley N., 3 4/12; and Marvin J., 8/12. Also living with Newton was a grandson William L. McCormick, 7/12. Second Ward.

Raymond Miller [Seventh Street] laborer at Door & Sash; 36; living with his wife Carry M., 33; and their children: Charles F., 13; Allen L., 11; Ralph E., 10; and Mary K., 7. Second Ward.

Sarah E. Miller [707 Main Street] 73; widow; living with her daughter Margaret I., 41, music teacher and single. Second Ward.

Lawrence Minier [14 South Fourth Street] superintendent at plant; 30; living with his wife Louisa, 25. First Ward.

Sara C. Mitchell [608 Main Street] seamstress at home; 61; widow; living with her son Bruce F., 32 and divorced. Second Ward.

Seth K. Mitchner [116 Canal Street] 80; living with his wife Harriett, 75; and their two single daughters: Lula, 30 and a laborer at product factory; and Bertha, 28 and a laborer at product factory. Also living with Seth was his granddaughter Dortha Wesner, 19, a book keeper at brick plant and single. First Ward.

Alvin Mohr [7 Vincent Avenue] laborer for Pennsylvania Railroad; 23; living with his wife Margaret, 24. First Ward.

Watson Moltz [208 Pennsylvania Avenue] boro electrician; 34; living with his wife Ruth M., 32; and their son Roy W., 4 4/12. Also living with the family was Ruth’s father, Harry Gauger, 58 a carpenter and widowed; and her siblings: Homer A., 31, laborer at planing mill; Florence R., 20; and Lester H., 17, laborer at car works. First Ward.

John L. Monroe [406 Railroad Street] laborer at table company; 57; living with his wife Rebecca J., 55; and their children: Alvin G., 20, engraver at newspaper company; George E., 17; and Richard W., 9. Second Ward.

Paul L. Monroe [Elm Street] cabinet maker at Door & Sash; 28; living with his wife Lois E., 24. Second Ward.

James Montgomery [24 Main Street] lumber manufacturer; 49; living with Emma, 45; and their children: Phillip, 13; and James, 10. Also living with James was his mother-in-law Emma J. Shay, 82 and widowed; and his sister-in-law Mary V. Shay, 59 and single. First Ward.

Clark Moore [Dickson Avenue] laborer at brick yard; 21; living with his wife Madaline, 20; and their son Claude, 8/12. First Ward.

Samuel B. Morgan [3 First Street] 74; living with his wife Margaret H., 71; and their daughter Mae M. Beagle 34 and her husband Elroy G. Beagle, 36 and a carver at the table works. First Ward.

Emil Moritz [8 South Fourth Street] barber; 52; living with his wife Line, 50; and their daughters: Ella M., 29 and single; and Grace V., 28 bookkeeper at planing mill and single. Emil was born in Germany as were his parents. First Ward.

Barbara E. Moser [Ninth Street] 62; widow; living with her son Morris S. Moser, 21, laborer at brick yard and single. Second Ward.

Elmer W. Moser [505 Liberty Street] laborer at brick plant; 32; living with his wife Alta M., 30; and their children: Helen I., 12; Francis M., 6; and Harold M., 3 8/12. Second Ward.

Jacob B. Moser [308 Main Street] 74; widower; living with his daughter, Kathryn, 35 and single. First Ward.

John F. Moser [6 Vincent Avenue] laborer at car shops; 36; living with his wife Mary, 39; and their children: Nora, 15; Margarite, 12; Charlotte 10; Wilson, 7; and Josephine, 7/12. Also living with John was his mother-in-law: Sarah Husish, 60 and widowed. Sarah’s parents were both born in Ireland. First Ward.

George Mosteller [4 Pennsylvania Avenue] watchman at railroad crossing; 62; widower. First Ward.

Nelson W. Mowrer [Main Street] brick setter at brick company; 49; living with his wife Matilda E., 47; and their daughter Mary K, 18; and his brother Alvin J., 33 and single. Matilda’s parents were both born in the German canton of Switzerland. Second Ward.

Abraham Moyer [104 Main Street] eating house/restaurant; 30; living with his wife Myrtle, 30. Abraham was born in Virginia as were his parents. First Ward.

Daniel Moyer [210 Eighth Street] wood finisher at table works; 42; living with his wife Lydia B., 49; and their children: Lena R., 20, winder at silk mill; Earl, 18, laborer at car shops; and Cleo, 16, lacer at silk mill. Daniel was born in Virginia as were his parents. Lydia was born in West Virginia and so was her mother, while her father was born in Germany. Lena was born in West Virginia as well. Second Ward.

Albert Muffley [20 Pennsylvania Avenue] 62; living with his wife Phebe, 57; and their children: Helena, 24; and James A., 14. First Ward.

Mary Mull [Sand Hill] run boarding house; 45; living with her children: Annie H., 17, winder at the silk mill; and Dorothy V., 8. Also living with the family was a border: Thomas Laughlin, 47, a laborer at car shops and single. First Ward.

Fred M. Murphy [120 Liberty Street] finisher at table factory; 45; living with his wife Ida B., 34. First Ward.

Simon B. Myerly [7 Fourth Street] commercial shoe salesman; 54; living with his wife Clara A., 47. Also living with Simon was his mother-in-law Elmira Wagner, 70 and widowed; and his grandson William W. Conrath, 10. Second Ward.

Alice P. Newton [Seventh Street] laborer at shoe factory; 40; widow; living with her sons: Frederick G., 17, laborer at table company; Ray D., 15; and Haxwell D., 13. Also living with Alice was her sister Bessie B. Gray, 33, laborer at table company and single. The three sons were all born in New York as was their father. Second Ward.

Charles Nicely [133 Main Street] foreman at brick plant; 33 and a widower; living with his daughter Mary J., 2 6/12. First Ward.

John H. Nicely [315 Elm Street] bank teller; 42; living with his wife Margaret E., 40; and their children: Helen M., 6; and Ester G., 6/12. First Ward.

Rebecca C. Oakes [18 So. 4 Street] 58; widow; living with her children: John J., 27 and a clerk in drug store; and Myrtle E., 24. First Ward.

Cleon C. ODell [723 Main Street] laborer at Door & Sash; 35; living with his wife Rose A., 35, looper at knitting factory; and their daughter Arlene W., 15. Rose and Arlene were both born in Iowa. Second Ward.

Francis F. Owens [6 First Street] general manager at brick works; 46; living with his wife Flora M., 45; and their children: Ethelyn, 15; and Merritt, 9. Ethelyn and Merritt were both born in New York State. First Ward.

Floyd L. Palmer [18 Pennsylvania Avenue] ticket agent for Pennsylvania Railroad; 30; living with his wife Mary E., 28; and their daughters: Hazel A., 9; and Eleanor M., 2 6/12. First Ward.

Walter D. Parsons [Main Street] brick manufacturer; 40; living with his wife Ellen L., 29; and their sons: Edwin R., 6; and John H., 4 11/12. Ellen’s father was born in Canada and spoke French. Second Ward.

Benjamin B. Patterson [701 Ash Street] general repairman at car shops; 24; living with his wife Wanda M., 26; and their daughter Freda W., 3 3/12. Also living with Benjamin was his brother-in-law Amos V. Smith, 18, laborer at car shops and single. Wanda’s father was born in Iowa. Second Ward.

George A. Patterson [9 North Third Street] 60; living with his wife May, 55; and their children: Ester K., 19; Nyce J., 15; and Albert E., 12. George was born in Iowa and his parents in Pennsylvania. First Ward.

Ulysis S.G. Peifer [8 First Street] tailor in shop; 53; living with his wife Mary A., 43. First Ward.

Sarah L. Perry [9 Fourth Street] 67; widow; living with her daughter Ruth H., 25 and single. Ruth’s father was born in Maryland. Second Ward.

George M. Peters [502 Liberty Street] laborer at table company; 57; living with his wife Hettie M., 45. Hettie’s mother was born in Ohio. Second Ward.

Daniel Phillips [143 Eighth Street] laborer at brick yard; 53; widower; living with his children: Maynard, 19, laborer at car shops; Clarence, 16, laborer at brick yard; Harry, 12; Edna, 8; and Floyd, 7. Also living with the family was the house keeper, Elizabeth Edwards, 69 and a widow. Second Ward.

Glen D. Phillips [Ash Street] shoemaker at shoe factory; 39; living with his wife Ethel, 34. Second Ward.

Henry Phillips [809 Elm Street] laborer at Door & Sash; 77; living with his wife Mary S., 70. Second Ward.

Oscar S. Phillips [Seventh Street] fireman at brick yard; 53; widower; living with his children: Clarence L., 26, laborer at car shops; Laura B., 23; Miriam, 22; Jennie M., 21, winder at silk mill; Oscar S., 19; Erma E. 16, winder at silk mill; Chester W., 15; and George F., 13. Second Ward.

Elmer E. Pick [108 Eighth Street] laborer at brick yard; 46; living with his wife Mary M., 46; and their daughters: Irene M., 16, winder at silk mill; and Eveline, 11. Second Ward.

John M. Pick [Seventh Street] 54; living with his wife Alice B., 49; and their sons: Merrill, 17, laborer at car shops; and Elwood, 9. Second Ward.

Frank W. Plymett [408 Liberty Street] lath turner at table company; 42; living with his wife Pearl O., 41; and their daughters; May O., 16; and Maudella, 15. Second Ward.

Thomas M. Poust [Eighth Street] laborer at car shops; 64; widower; living with his son Clifton E., 18, laborer at car shops. Second Ward.

David Y. Prowant [118 Main Street] brakeman on rail road; 39; living with his wife Gertie R., 38; and their children: Elsie M., 18; Mable R., 16; Margaret E., 13; Harry D., 10; Floyd W., 7; Joyce L, 5; and Lake M., 1 7/12. First Ward.

Edward F. Rabe [8 So. 4 Street] dentist; 27; living with wife Helen B., 27; and their son Edward F., Jr., 1 2/12. First Ward.

Adolphus Ranck [20 West Third Street] laborer at brick yard; 28; living with his wife Phoebe, 27; and their daughters: Olive M., 5; and Inez M., 1 11/12. First Ward.

Charles R. Ranck [608 Elm Street] chipper at car shops; 29; living with his wife Bessie R., 29; and their sons: Richard S., 2 10/12; and Charles E., 10/12. Second Ward.

Clarence Ranck [105 Pennsylvania Avenue] laborer at brick yard; 59; living with his wife Mary M., 62; and their children William F., 29, a plumber; and Mabel I., 22, a winder at silk mill. First Ward.

John L. Ranck [8 Eighth Street] laborer at car shops; 30; living with his wife Laura G., 26; and their daughters: Mary K. 1 6/12; and Laura G., 2/12. Second Ward.

Harry W. Ranck [233 Seventh Street] brick molder at brick company; 43; living with his wife Alice M., 33; and their children: Grace E., 14; and Georgie J., 13. Second Ward.

George C. Rank [Eighth Street] wood finisher at table works; 35; living with his wife Laura B., 32; and his brother Edward N. Rank, 32,band saw operator at wood products company and single. Second Ward.

George F. Rank [Tenth Street] laborer at machine shop; 68; living with his wife Elizabeth, 58; and their daughter Annie E. Foust, 28, winder at silk mill and married. Also living with the family was a border Fred Clayton, 32, heater at car shops and single. Second Ward.

Harry P. Raup [700 Main Street] sash maker at Door & Sash; 68; living with his wife Frances L., 68. Second Ward.

Irma M. Raup [Elm Street] nurse; 30; widow; livening with her son Eugene R., 1 5/12. Irma was born in Virginia and her father was born in Illinois. Eugene was born in Pennsylvania as was his father. Second Ward.

John O. Raup [Third Street] laborer at brick plant; 46; living with his wife Mary C., 37; and their daughters: Pauline, 16, a spinner at the silk mill and single; and Virginia E., 4 10/12. Mary was born in West Virginia as were her parents. First Ward.

John W. Raup [22 South Fourth Street] coal laborer; 26; living with his wife Elizabeth, 24; and their children: Donald, 6; Victor, 5 3/12; and Anna M. 1 2/12; and two borders: Edward Raup, 54; and Catherine Raup, 48. First Ward.

William A. Raup [607 Elm Street] track hand on Pennsylvania Railroad; 49; living with his wife Anabella A., 39; and their chidlren: Carroll L., 14; Dora A., 11; and Robert I., 9. Also living with William was his mother-in-law Anna E. Widell, 79 and widowed. Second Ward.

Charles M. Raymer [11 first Street] laborer at car shops; 64; living with his wife Anna M., 63; and their daughter Elizabeth Marr, 33 and her two children: Ruth Marr, 2 9/12; and Doris M., 1 2/12. First Ward.

Harry G. Rearick [611 Ash Street] laborer at brick yard; 49; living with his wife Margaret E., 46; and their children: Joseph P., 18 and laborer at brick yard; and Elsie R., 12. Margaret’s father was born in New York. Second Ward.

Fred A. Reen [510 Elm Street] tax collector; 80; widower; living with his housekeeper Minta J. Case, 50 and single. Second Ward.

Harvey E. Reese [Elm Street] laborer at brick yard; 50; living with his wife Grace W., 41; and their daughters: Pauline S., 13; and Edna I. 12. Second Ward.

Charlotte Reeser [Third Street] inspector at knitting mill; 56 and widowed; living with her son Frederick H., 16, a clerk in a clothing store and single. Living with Charlotte were the following borders all listed as inmates of the almshouse: Jacob McQuay, 86 and a widower; Sarah Brown, 83 and a widow; Rachel Zimmerman, 87 and a widow; and Tillie Strickland, 76 and a widow. First Ward.

George Reeser [135 Main Street] superintendent at wood products; 56; living with his wife Margaret E., 53. Also living with George was his sister-in-law Louisa Cadwallader, 47 and widowed. First Ward.

Sherman Reinbold [705 Main Street] laborer at Door & Sash; 54; living with his wife Emma V., 44; and their son Sherman N., 24, laborer at Door & Sash and single. Second Ward.

Wilson H. Remley [226 Main Street] 65; living with his wife, Effie J., 65. First Ward.

Ellen H. Renn [405 Elm Street] 73; widow; living with her children: Clark H., 47, fireman at Door & Sash and single; Minnie M., 45 and single; Sarah E., 41 and single; and Estella E., 38, dressmaker at home and single. Second Ward.

Harry Rhone [612 Liberty Street] farmer; 30; living with his wife Myrtle M., 33. Harry’s mother was born in Michigan. Second Ward.

Rosco H. Rhone [110 Second Street] bench hand at furniture; 28; living with his mother Abaline C., 55 and widowed; and a servant Mary Glaze, 69 and widowed. First Ward.

Kate Rice [711 Ash Street] 79; widow. Second Ward.

Thomas W. Richardson [317 Elm Street] manager of brick company; 30; living with his wife Grace J., 29; and their sons: Thomas R., 6; and Theodore, 2 1/12. Thomas came to this country in 1891 and became a citizen in 1920. First Ward.

Rebecca Riddell [308 Liberty Street] 71; widowed; living with her daughter Carrie, 46, single. First Ward.

Wilber Ritter [Dickson Avenue] laborer at brick yard; 24; living with his wife Annie, 23; and their children: Irene, 3 8/12; and Gordon, 7/12. First Ward.

Austin W. Robbins [406 Main Street] merchant of general store; 51; living with his wife Blanche H., 49; and their daughter Eleanor R., 22 at school/private teacher and single. Second Ward.

Charles P. Robbins [407 Liberty Street] laborer at Door & Sash; 62; living with his wife Manda L., 60. Second Ward.

Thomas Robinson [113 South First Street] laborer at brickyard; 38; living with wife Maude, 37; and a servant: Lecia Palmer, 50 and a widow. Thomas’ parents were both born in Ireland. First Ward.

Catharine Rombach [24 West Third Street] 75 and widowed; living with her daughter Harriett, 53 and single. First Ward.

Howard H. Rombach [306 Main Street] superintendent at furniture plant; 44; living with his wife Ione M., 44; and their children: Fred W., 21; and Margaret K., 13. First Ward.

Alfred D. Roth [617 Elm Street] wheeler at brick yard; 30; living with his wife Hazel L., 30; and their children: Alfred, Jr., 9; and Frances L., 4 6/12. Alfred’s father was born in New York. Second Ward.

Benj. F. Roth [24 Second Street] shoe salesman; 60; living with his wife Anna L., 54; and border, Margaret Lindauer, 32 widow; and two grandsons: Jud H. Lindauer, 13; and Lewis R., 10. First Ward.

Chester A. Rothermel [617 Ash Street] superintendent at iron foundry; 35; living with his wife Carrie E., 35; and their children: Sarah E., 4 6/12; Fred M., 2 6/12; and Margaret C., 1 2/12. Second Ward.

Margaret I. Rothermel [609 Ash Street] own boarding house; 57; widow; living with the following borders: Rebecca McCarty, 58, bookkeeper at wood products and single; and Harry B. Kitchen, 54, cutter at table works and single. Second Ward.

Rowland S. Rowe [716 Ash Street] truck driver for Atlantic Ref. Co.; 35; living with his wife Daisy V., 36; and their son Benjamin E., 11. Second Ward.

William B. Royer [24 Pennsylvania Avenue] engineer for Pennsylvania Railroad; 42; living with his wife Mary C., 41; and their children: Mary E., 13; and Charles G., 9. First Ward.

Jerome P. Russell [916 Elm Street] lumbering for sawmill company; 65; living with his wife Emma L., 58. Second Ward.

William B. Russell [14 South Third Street] supervisor for state road; 69; living with wife, Mary S., 65; and their daughters: Sarah H., 41; Hester B., 37 and bookkeeper at brick yard; and Elizabeth, 27. First Ward.

Jacson A. Ruyan [200 Liberty Street] carpenter; 61; living with his wife Lillian G., 56. First Ward.

Carrie Sampsel [Third Street] laborer at wood products; 37 and widowed; living with her children: Russell, 17, a laborer at table works and single; Louisa, 14; George, 14; and Follmer, 10. First Ward.

John G. Sampsel [709 Ash Street] mail carrier; 74; living with his wife Lanora J., 71. Second Ward.

Erb A. Sanders [Fifth Street] shoemaker at shoe factory; 48; single; living with his sister Ida M. Sanders, 51 and single. Second Ward.

William L. Sanders [412 Railroad Street] stationary engineer at Door & Sash; 43; living with his wife Maggie H., 42. Second Ward.

Millicent Sanster [Main Street] 55; single; living with her sister Elizabeth F. Sanster, 53 and single. Their father was born in New York. Second Ward.

William H. Savage [Main Street] Baptist minister; 58; living with his wife Adella F., 57; and their daughter Grace I., 23, teaching high school and single. William was born in Virigina and Adella was born in New York and Grace was born in Virginia. Second Ward.

John G. Saxon [Elm Street] foreman at Door & Sash; 53; living with his wife Margaret E., 53; and their daughter Evelyn M., 18, stenographer at Door & Sash and single. Second Ward.

Donald F. Saxton [18 South Third Street] brakeman on railroad; 27; living with his wife Ruth I., 27; and their daughters: Rose F., 7; May M., 5; Margaret E., 2 6/12; and Sarah K., 2/12. First Ward.

Kittee Schmucker [302 Pennsylvania Avenue] 42; widow; living with her chidlren: Geraldine, 18; and Fred W., 13. First Ward.

Harry N. Seaman [Eighth Street] laborer at contracting company; 37; living with his wife Josephine, 37; and their children: Harold S., 15, laborer at silk mill; and Mary A., 13. Second Ward.

Robert Seibert [8 Pennsylvania Avenue] laborer at wood products; 53; living with his wife Cora N., 48; and their children: Roy H., 27; Lelia M., 22 and a laborer at wood products; Winnifred, 16 and a laborer at wood products; and Margaret, 12. Also living with the family was a border: Joseph Jones, 48 and a moulder. First Ward.

Albert B. Seiler [Railroad Street] lumbering at sawmill company; 72; living with his wife Ellen, 72; and their daughter Grace W., 30, a nurse and single. Ellen’s father was born in England. Second Ward.

George M. Seriff [515 Ash Street] woodworker at table works; 47; living with his wife Elizabeth C., 41; and their children: Edna M., 19, stenographer for newspaper company; and Maurice J., 17. Elizabeth was born in Iowa while her father was born in Germany and her mother in Pennsylvania. Second Ward.

Harry Seriff [10 Vincent Avenue] watchman at planing mill; 52; living with his wife Eliza, 47 and a laundress at laundry; and their sons: Miles, 15; and Robert, 11. Also living with the family was Harry’s brother-in-law: Robert McKee, 42, a moulder at the foundry and divorced.

First Ward. Sarah Shadle [214 Pennsylvania Avenue] 77; widow. First Ward.

Charles A. Shaeffer [106 Pennsylvania Avenue] blacksmith; 67; widower; lived with his daughter, Blanch, 35 and single. First Ward.

George W. Shaffer [416 Liberty Street] night watchman at Door & Sash; 74; living with his wife Kathryne, 72. Second Ward.

Geo. H. Shannon [28 Pennsylvania Avenue] merchant; 58; living with his wife Clara A., 60; and their daughter: Ethel, 25, a school teacher. First Ward.

William F. Shay [510 Main Street] attorney; 59; living with his wife Mary A., 57. William’s father was born in Maine. Second Ward.

Charles F. Sheffer [1006 Main Street] president and manager of milk products company; 44; living with his wife Bessie M., 39; and their children: Robert N., 16; and Hazel M., 13. Second Ward.

Harry J. Sheffer [142 Main Street] superintendent at creamery; 47; living with his wife Minnie M., 46; and their son, Horris M., 21 book keeper at creamery. First Ward.

Elmer E. Shively [411 Main Street] farm operator; 50; living with his wife Minnie M., 44; and their daughter Mary P., 19, going to school and single. Second Ward.

Emma Shook [13 West Third Street] 63; living with her children: Arthur, 20, laborer at creamery and single; and Carrie M., 28, winder at silk mill and single. Also living with Emma was her grandson Raymond Shook, 16, laborer at table works and single. First Ward.

Sarah Shook [107 North Third Street] 73; widow; living with her sister Mollie Shook, 49 tailoress in shop and single. First Ward.

Merrill A. Showers [602 Elm Street] laborer at car shops; 43; living with his wife Hattie L., 37. Second Ward.

Mary E. Shultz [902 Main Street] 61; widow; living with her daughter Lillian J., 24, mender at knitting company and single. Second Ward.

Harry A. Simons [Seventh Street] laborer at car shops; 43; living with his wife Minnie M., 44; and their children: Walter T., 14; Charles W., 12; Edna M., 10; Harvey A., 7; and Ambrose O., 2 9/12. Second Ward.

Harry R. Sleifer [17 Main Street] chief clerk at Pennsylvania Railroad; 49; living with his wife Jennie M., 46; and their children: Montgomery S., 16; and Anna S., 14. First Ward.

Clell Smith [216 South Third Street] blind department foreman; 56; living with his wife Ester, 47. First Ward.

Frank Smith [Main Street] laborer at Door & Sash; 55; living with his wife Emma J., 53; and their daughter Bertha M., 28, stitcher at shoe factory and single. Second Ward.

Herman P. Smith [707 Main Street] 60; living with his wife Annie A., 61. Second Ward.

John W. Smith [129 Main Street] laborer at silk mill; 52; living with his wife Nancy M., 52. Also living with the family were two borders: Anna Diehl, 45, a telephone operator and widowed; and William Albright, 52, a laborer at wood product and single. First Ward.

Thomas K. Smith [506 Main Street] 55; living with his wife Emma R., 56. Second Ward.

Ella R. Snoddy [806 Main Street] 72; widow; living with her daughter Florence F. Snoddy, 44, high school teacher and single. Second Ward. Frank Snyder [Sand Hill] laborer at brick yard; 36; living with his wife Greta, 27. First Ward.

John P. Springer [507 Liberty Street] laborer at Door & Sash; 51; living with his wife Lillie M., 49; and their children: Kathryn I., 21, a winder at silk mill and single; Walter E., 24, a laborer at car shops and single; Phyllis V., 7; and Earl H., 10. Lillie’s father was born in Germany. Second Ward.

Kate H. Sprole [414 Elm Street] 60; widow; living with her daughter Bruna E., 25, music teacher at Peabody Conservatory and single. Second Ward.

Alice M. Stahl [Seventh Street] washwoman; 49; widow. Second Ward.

Caroline Stahl [220 Eighth Street] 78; widow; living with her children: David B., 47, sash builder at Door & Sash and married; Susan M., 45 and single; and Carry A., 37 and single. Second Ward.

Charles N. Stahl [221 Seventh Street] polisher at Door & Sash; 38; living with his wife Nellie M., 34; and their daughter Ruth E., 9. Second Ward.

Frank A. Sterner [310 Pennsylvania Avenue] laborer at public works; 35; living with his wife Mae E., 33; and their children: Mable M., 13; and Fred A., 11. First Ward.

Jacob Sterner [714 Main Street] laborer at Door & Sash; 72; living with his wife Mary, 73. Second Ward.

Mahala Sterner [112 Third Street] 42; widow; living with her children: Ned F. 14; Lenore, 12; and William R., 8. First Ward.

Raymond B. Sterner [Third Street] tank tester at car works; 28; living with his wife Edna, 30; and their son Thomas H., 5. First Ward.

Albert R. Stover [Seventh Street] laborer at wood products; 25; living with his wife Grace M., 23. Second Ward.

Ernest L. Straub [1004 Elm Street] wood finisher at table company; 30; living with his wife Mary M., 34. Second Ward.

George G. Straub [12 Pennsylvania Avenue] finisher at table works; 53; living with his wife Mary E., 48; and his mother: Cathern, 81, widowed; and a border: William Straub, 42, widower and a mechanic at wood products. First Ward.

Wilson Straub [311 Elm Street] laborer at planing mill; 60; widower; living with his daughter Dortha, 15. First Ward.

Bertram L. Strickland [410 Railroad Street] clerk at Pennsylvania Railroad; 27; living with his wife Grace G., 35. Second Ward.

William S. Strickland [408 Railroad Street] door maker at Door & Sash; 50; living with his wife Ella T., 48; and their children: Frank C., 18, stenographer at car shops; Fred G., 10; and Gilbert L., 7. Also living with William was his mother-in-law Annie E. Crist, 70 and widowed. Second Ward.

Mary Stryker [614 Elm Street] 80; widow; living with her niece Blanche Yoder, 35 and married; Conard E. Yoder, 35, a house carpenter and married; Frances E. Yoder, 3 7/12; and Max R. Yoder, 1 4/12. Second Ward.

Charles A. Sturgis [134 Main Street] jeweler; 66; living with his wife Mary C., 57. First Ward.

Joshua T. Taggart [Main Street] plumber for hardware company; 40; living with his wife Mary S., 40; and their two sons: Walter E., 9; and Clifford M., 7. Second Ward.

Edward R. Taggert [24 South Fourth Street] clothing merchant; 51; living with his wife Susan M., 32. First Ward.

Charles Taylor [19 West Third Street] laborer at planing mill; 62; living with his wife Anna E., 60. First Ward.

Hurley Taylor [21 South Main Street] foreman at shell plant; 41; living with his wife Blanche, 36; and their children: Samuel, 13; and Edgar, 9. First Ward.

John C. Taylor [417 Elm Street] 70; living with his wife Marie A., 68. Second Ward.

William A. Taylor [1003 Elm Street] shipping clerk at table company; 49; living with his wife Clara C., 53. Second Ward.

George W. Thornton [504 Liberty Street] laborer at brick company; 60; living with his wife Annie C., 48; and their daughter Helen K., 13. George’s parents were born in Ireland. Annie’s parents were born in Germany. Second Ward.

Myrtle R. Trate [Elm Street] 38; widow; living with her sons: Charles E., 21, clerical work for Pennsylvania Railroad and single; and Ira B., 15. Second Ward.

Earl W. Trick [206 Main Street] merchant at general store; 31; living with his wife Eugenia C., 33. First Ward.

John Troxel [116 South Third Street] wagon repair; 77; living with his wife Emma J., 66. First Ward.

Frank E. Truckenmiller [Main Street] merchant miller; 46; living with his wife Laura F., 44. Also living with Frank was his mother-in-law Augusta H. Fague, 69 and widowed. Second Ward.

Jennie N. Trump [403 Elm Street] 55; widow; living with daughter Margaret C. Trump, 25, stenographer at Door & Sash and single. Second Ward.

Charlie H. Tyson [Ash Street] brakeman for Pennsylvania Railroad Company; 30; living with his wife Sarah E., 26; and their daughter Lera A., 4 7/12. Also living with Charlie was his brother Jake O. Tyson, 48, laborer at table factory and single. Second Ward.

Earl J. Tyson [224 Eighth Street] moulder at iron foundry; 25; living with his wife Marie D., 24; and their daughter Thelma J., 2 11/12. Second Ward.

Frank B. Tyson [214 Eighth Street] laborer at novelty works; 52; living with his wife Lydia J., 54; and their son Paul E., 26, laborer at Door & Sash and single. Second Ward.

Adam Ulrich [Fourth Street] laborer at brick yard; 71; living with his wife Lavina, 71. Second Ward.

Ambroze Ulrich [313 Elm Street] fireman at brick yard; 55; living with his wife Sarah J., 60. First Ward.

Joseph Ulrich [309 Elm Street] laster at shoe factory; 54; living with his wife Angeline, 42; and their daughter Vera G., 16, a winder at silk mill and single; and Joseph’s stepson William C. Moll, 22, a laborer at shoe factory and single; and step-daughter Mabel M. Moll, 16, a shiner at shoe factory and single. First Ward.

Ollen J. Ulrich [Seventh Street] laborer at novelty works; 31; living with his wife Ethel B., 24.; and their son Theodore H., 4 3/12. Second Ward.

Ward W. Ulrich [414 Railroad Street] laborer at Door & Sash; 35; living with his wife Elizabeth M., 35; and their daughter Violetta P., 13. Second Ward.

William S. Ulrich [707 Ash Street] pegger at shoe factory; 46; living with his wife Minnie M., 42, a seamstress at home; and their son Elmer L., 20, sash builder at Door & Sash Company and single. Second Ward.

Truman Ungard [114 Second Street] conductor on railroad; 42; living with his wife Sarah E., 39; and their children: William, 22, a professor at school; Whitney, 21, a laborer at car shop; Verus E., 16; Frank C., 14; Phyllis E., 13; Margaret, 12; Ethel M., 8; Daisy D., 7; and Elmer, 5. First Ward.

Clara Vanordstrandt [110 Liberty Street] 70; widow. Clara’s father was born in Germany. First Ward.

George Vanordstrandt [204 Liberty Street] boiler maker at car shop; 43; living with his wife Emma F., 46; and their daughter Lena M., 14. George was born in Michigan. First Ward.

Henry C. Vincent [413 Elm Street] laborer at novelty work; 60; living with his wife Bertie N., 59; and their children: Hazel R. Armstrong, 32, traveling saleswoman for sewing machine company and divorced; Fred V. Vincent, 30, laborer at novelty works and widower; Dudley H. Vincent, 26, laborer at wood products; and Lorenzo E. Vincent, 22, laborer at novelty works and single. Also living with Henry was a granddaughter Kathryn M. Armstrong, 8. Second Ward.

Anna Wagner [17 Third or Fourth Street] seamstress; 46 and single; living with her sister Lilly, 44, a tailoress and single; and their mother Mary, 77 and widowed. First Ward.

Curtis W. Wagner [1002 Main Street] president of Door & Sash; 33; living with his wife Marguerite F., 31; and their children: Curtis W., 6; Ned F., 3 9/12; Mary E., 2 1/12; and Donald S., 7/12. Marguerite was born in Nebraska. Living with the family was their maid Mary I. Leach, 23 and single. Second Ward.

Frank D. Wagner [315 Main Street] foreman at planing mill; 70 and a widower. Living with Frank was a servant Alice E. Nicely, 46 and widowed. First Ward.

Jay H. Wagner [307 Main Street] secretary at planing mill; 37; living with his wife Bessie M., 36; and their sons: Jay H., Jr., 13; and William S., 11. First Ward.

Mary Wagner [309 Main Street] 60 and widowed; living with her children: Edith M., 33; and Ned F., 30, working with lumber at planing mill and single. First Ward.

Paul F. Wagner [603 Ash Street] tel. maintainer for Pennsylvania Railroad; 28; living with his wife Opal C., 25; and their son Paul W., Jr., 3 3/12. Also living with the family was a border Sarah K. Parker, 20, operator for Pennsylvania Railroad and single. Second Ward.

Harry Waltman [217Eighth Street] sash maker at Door & Sash; 63; living with his wife Sallie M., 62; and their daughter Bessie M., 26, stenographer at silk mill and single. Second Ward.

William F. Waltman [512 Elm Street] laborer at Door & Sash; 39; living with his wife Jennie M., 36; and their children: Helen M., 18; and William H., 6. Second Ward.

Martin Walker [11 West Third Street] house painter; 35; living with his wife Bessie, 31; and their children: Evelyn, 9; Wilda, 8; Charles, 6; John S., 4 10/12; Lillian Z., 2 11/12; and Robert W., 1 9/12. Martin’s mother was born in England. First Ward.

Lillie K. Wallize [116 Main Street] 62; widow. First Ward.

George W. Walters [229 Main Street] 53; living with his wife Alice, 57. First Ward.

William Walters [Sand Hill] heater at Milton Mfg.; 40; living with his wife Carrie, 40; and their children: Arthur, 14; Alice, 10; Lester, 8; Dortha, 6; and Ethel, 5. First Ward.

Arthur Waltman [5 Vincent Avenue] laborer at brick plant; 33; living with his wife Gertrude, 31; and their children: Robert, 13; and Alverda, 11. First Ward.

John Waltman [307 Elm Street] laborer at planing mill; 66; living with his wife Joanna, 63. Also living with the family was a servant Margaret Straub, 28 and single. First Ward.

Jessie G. Ware [Sand Hill] laborer at car shops; 35; living with his wife Annie, 28; and their children: Herman, 14; Paul, 12; Oudia, 9; (daughter) Jessie, 6; Emma, 3 11/12; Louis, 1 9/12. Jessie and Annie were born in Georgia as were their parents. First Ward.

Edward J. E. Waterworth [Main Street] shipper at iron foundry; 61; living with his wife Elizabeth G., 52. Edward was born in Maryland as were his parents. Second Ward.

Elizabeth G. Watson [Elm Street] 55; widow; living with her daughters: Katherine G., 29, stenographer at table company and single; and Mildred E., 27, bookkeeper at bank and single. Second Ward.

Conrad Weaver [104 Eighth Street] general laborer; 70; widower; living with his son Herbert U.R., 40, general laborer and a widower; and the following grandchildren: Fred M. Weaver, 14; Evilyn L., Weaver; and Ruth A. Weaver, 10. Second Ward.

Drew Weaver [109 North Third Street] carpenter; 37; living with wife Besse, 32; and their daughter Hellen C., 8/12. First Ward.

Roscoe M. Weaver [Main Street] wood worker at table company; 40; living with his wife Maud, 39. Maud’s father was born in Germany and her mother in New York. Second Ward.

Perry O. Webb [901 Elm Street] cabinet maker at novelty works; 45; living with his wife Anna E., 43; and their son Leroy B., 18. Anna’s father was born in Germany. Leroy was born in New York. Second Ward.

George Webber [225 Main Street] laborer at car shops; 22; living with his wife Hazel, 21; and their daughter Bettie E., 1 1/12. Also living with George was his brother Henry R. Webber, 27, a machinist at planing mill and single; and his brother-in-law Oscar B. Crawford, 23 and a machinist at car works; and sister-in-law Bertha A. Crawford, 21. First Ward.

Hattie Weik [111 North Third Street] 68; single; living with her sister: Ella Weik, 55 and single; and nephew: Boyd Weik, 34 and single. Hattie and Ella’s father was born in Germany. First Ward.

Jacob M. Weikle [605 Main Street] laborer at wood product company; 28; living with his wife Cora R., 28; and their son Harold L., 4 5/12. Also living with Jacob was his mother-in-law Emma J. Else, 57 and widowed. Second Ward.

Kate S. Weiser [242 Eighth Street] 56; widow; living with her nephew Valenza A. Koons, 57 and single. Also living with the family was a border Robert B. McConnell, 52, brick layer and a widower. Robert’s parents were born in Ireland. Second Ward.

John E. Welsh [14 Fourth Street] laborer at Door & Sash; 61; living with his wife Margaret E., 51. Second Ward.

Ward W. Welsh [5 North Third Street] store manager; 49; living with his wife Annie L., 48. First Ward.

Lewis E. Wermen [715 Elm Street] butcher at meat market; 47; living with his wife Bettie H., 44; and their children: Harold P., 21, butcher and single; Paul D., 19, butcher and single; Charles W., 17, tank builder at car shops and single; and Mary R., 15. Lewis’ father was born in Germany. Second Ward.

Charles E. Werner [406 Main Street] 70; living with his wife Regina L., 51. Charles was born in Germany as were his parents. Regina’s father was born in New York. Second Ward.

Fred W. Werntz [10 West Second Street] furniture salesman; 33; living with his wife Elizabeth, 27; and their daughter Elizabeth, 2 8/12. First Ward.

Hunter Wertman [3 Second Street] laborer at planing mill; 42; and living with his wife Mary J., 43. Mary was born in Missouri and her parents were born in England. First Ward. Charles F. Wertman [Fourth Street] moulder at iron foundry; 19; living with his wife Irene A., 19. Second Ward.

John H. Wertman [706 Elm Street] hecker at brick company; 63; living with his wife Sarah L., 53; and their children: Philip, 21, wheeler at brick company and single; Charles V., 20, fireman for foundry and single; and Fannie R., 14. Second Ward.

John W. Wertman [404 Liberty Street] teamster at iron foundry; 46; living with his wife Carry A., 42; and their children: Paul, 15; Fred, 13; William, 9; and Robert, 2 1/12. Second Ward.

Mary E. Wertman [110 Liberty Street] 70; a widow. Mary was born in New York and her parents were both born in Pennsylvania. First Ward.

Samuel R. Wertman [915 Elm Street] operator for Pennsylvania Railroad Company; 26; living with his wife Sarah R., 23; and their children: Lloyd N., 5 7/12; Pauline I., 4 5/12; and Marvin R., 5/12. Second Ward.

Sarah I. Wertman [403 Liberty Street] 40; single; living with her sister Edith E. Wertman, 37, a saleswoman at general store and single. Second Ward.

Truman D. Wertman [30 Second Street] laborer at planing mill; 35; living with his wife Sylvia, 35; and their daughter Kathryn M., 5. First Ward.

Bert L. Westley [227 Seventh Street] telegram man at Pennsylvania Railroad; 38; living with his wife Lillian L., 38; and their children: Helen L., 15, winder at silk mill; Eleanor S., 13; Carl D., 12; Harold F., 10; and John W., 4. Second Ward.

Darius Westley [801 Elm Street] roller at car shops; 66; living with his wife Sarah J., 65. Living with Darius and Sarah was a border Follmer L. Westley, 16, black smith at car shops and single. Second Ward.

Jacob K. Whitman [720 Main Street] laborer on state roads; 70; living with his wife Leah T., 67; and their daughter Maude, 39, milliner in a millinery store and single. Second Ward.

Edgar Whitmoyer [215 Main Street] laborer at brick yard; 42; living with his wife Martha C., 40. First Ward.

Emanuel E. Whitmoyer [714 Ash Street] general laborer; 68; living with his wife Rachel M., 63; and their children: Minnie B., 41, single; Johnny S., 27, sash builder at Door & Sash and single; Francis L, 22, winding at silk mill and single; and Melissa H., 18, winder at silk mill and single. Also living with Emanuel was his brother-in-law: John R. Hess, 70, married and a house inspector; and sister-in-law: Hannah M. Hess, 65, single and doing house work for private family. In addition, the following borders lived with the family: Herbert P. Gilliam, 35, laborer at brick company, single and born in Tennessee as were his parents; Joseph H. Huff, 26, wood finisher at table company and single; and Raymond E. Miller, 17, shipping clerk at silk mill and single. Second Ward.

Odwood Whitmoyer [309 Liberty Street] moulder at foundry; 24; living with his wife Maude, 23; and their children: Clifford, 4 4/12; Fred, 3 4/12; and Edgar; 2 2/12. Also living with the family was a border: Ezra Whitmoyer, 69 laborer at planing mill and widower. First Ward.

Robert E. Whitmoyer [808 Ash Street] nut maker at machine shop; 33; living with his wife Laura E., 26; and their children: Geraldine K., 7; Isabel R., 5 7/12; Helen L., 4 4/12; and Grace R., 2 0/12. Second Ward.

Jacob M. Wihton [Elm Street] merchant at general store; 48; living with his wife Sarah D., 38; and their sons: Maurice W., 13; and Irving M., 8. Jacob and Sarah were born in Russia. Jacob came to the United States in 1888 and became a United States citizen in 1906. Second Ward.

Clinton Willett [21 Canal Street] moulder at foundry; 38; living with his wife Elizabeth F., 36; and their children: Clarence E., 16; David C., 13; Mary E., 11; and Harold G., 9. Also living with Clinton was his brother David F., 35, laborer in silk mill and single. First Ward.

Daniel Williamson [8 South Third Street] laborer at shoe factory; 60; living with his wife, Grace E., 49; a border, Alice O. Johnson, 40 and working as a clerk in the post office; and a servant, Mary A. Machamer, 28. First Ward.

Ralph L. Williamson [208 Third Street] laborer at foundry; 27; living with his wife Noral, 32 and their two sons: Charles L., 9; and Paul C., 6. First Ward.

William I. Wilson [4 First Street] 76; living with his wife Nelvina L., 68. Also living with William was his brother-in-law DeOzra Kramer, 64, cigar merchant and single. First Ward.

Charles H. Winebar [613 Elm Street] bricklayer; 57; living with his wife Regina S., 58; and their son Wilbur H., 18, barber in barber shop and single. Charles was born in Ohio. Wilbur was born in Nebraska. Second Ward.

John S. Wintersteen [Liberty Street] general laborer; 72 and single; living with his sister Mary E. Wintersteen, 69 and single; and a nephew Albert R. Wintersteen, 26, a laborer at Door & Sash and single. Albert’s mother was born in Sweden. Second Ward.

Edmund P. Wolf [202 Main Street] contractor at brick yard; 52; living with his wife Katheryn, 52; and their daughter Alma E., 30 and a post office clerk. First Ward.

Howard H. Wolfe [Main Street] laborer at car shops; 21; living with his wife Edna E., 20. Second Ward.

Erb A. Womer [811 Elm Street] laborer at table works; 53; living with his wife Ella C., 57; and their son Oakley A., 25, laborer at table company and single. Second Ward.

Bertha A. Workheiser [Fourth Street] milliner at general store; 42; widow; living with her children: Rita C., 21, stenographer for brick company and single; and William N., 18, stenographer for tobacco company and single. Second Ward.

Chris Wright [111 North Second Street] house painter; 45; living with his wife Catharine, 43; and their children: Margaret B., 19, a telephone operator; Genevieve E., 17; Dora E., 16, winder at silk mill; Francis H., 14; Molly E., 13; Frank E., 11; Vernadine K., 9; Ned W., 7; Richard G., 5; and Emmaline, 3 10/12. First Ward.

Frank Wright [27 Canal Street] finisher at table works; 48; living with his wife Bell, 47; and their children: Fred, 18 and a laborer at brick yard; Charles, 16 and a laborer at table factory; Albert 13; and Boyd, 5. Also living with Frank was his mother Emma Wright, 68 and widowed. Frank’s father was born in Germany. First Ward.

William F. Wright [Fourth Street] house painter; 37; living with his wife Matilda E., 37; and their daughters: Thelma M., 14; Dorothy M., 12; Anabel, 7; and May L., 5. Second Ward.

Arthur C. Yeager [619 Elm Street] traveling salesman for furniture company; 30; living with his wife Isabel, 20. Second Ward.

Claud E. Yeager [206 Third Street] telegraph operator for Pennsylvania Railroad; 34; living with his wife Zella B., 26; and their two children: Russell, 7; and Catherine C., 4 7/12. Russell and Catherine were both born in Illinois. First Ward.

Jared H. Yeager [621 Elm Street] laborer at Door & Sash; 59; living with his wife Clara J., 58; and their son James A., 17, wheeler at brick yard and single. Second Ward.

Martin B. Yerg [216 Eighth Street] laborer at Pennsylvania Railroad; 63; living with his wife Effie A., 69; and a niece Verna J. Nicholas, 18, forelady at silk mill and single. Martin’s father was born in Germany. Second Ward.

Frank Yocum [114 Canal Street] laborer at planing mill; 34; living with his wife Elsie, 34; and their children: Eunice, 10; Boyd, 4 6/12; and Beatrice 7/12. First Ward.

Nathaniel Yoder [Ash Street] laborer at brick company; 28; living with his wife Neta R., 23; and their son Kenneth R., 6/12. Second Ward.

William E. Yoder [809 Ash Street] laborer at brick company; 35; living with his wife Bessie, 37; and their daughter Mae, 9 4/12. Second Ward.

Benjamin D. Young [206 Eighth Street] laborer at Door & Sash; 45; living with his wife Kathryn, 40; and their children: George, 23, laborer at table works; Thomas P., 17, laborer at brick yard; Mary E., 13; Sadie E., 9; Raymond E., 8; Benjamin A., 4; and Lena A., 2 5/12. Second Ward.

Guy Young [406 Liberty Street] laborer at iron foundry; 39; living with his wife Mary T., 32; and their son Ralph O., 12. Second Ward.

James C. Young [Eighth Street] 31; living with his wife Sarah E., 27; and their daughters: Ella M., 9; Sivila, 7; and Ethel M., 6. Second Ward.

Joseph K. Young [Seventh Street] shaper at Door & Sash; 63; living with his wife Mary A., 55; and step granddaughter Hazel M. Bomboy, 16, laundry girl at steam laundry. Second Ward.

Joshua Young [405 Liberty Street] laborer at table works; 65; living with his wife Annie, 65. Second Ward.

James A. Zettlemoyer [412 Elm Street] shoemaker; 44; living with his wife Maggie R., 42; and their children Herb T., 26, taxidermist at home and single; Pauline I., 21, saleswoman at shoe store and single; and Sarah K., 18. Second Ward.

John E. Zettlemoyer [1002 Elm Street] laster at shoe factory; 43; widower; living with his children: Fred L., 18; and Thelda S., 9. Also living with the family was a housekeeper Clara M. Faux, 42 and widowed and a border Emila H. Faux, 15, lacing at silk mill and single. Clara and Emila’s fathers were born in New Jersey. Second Ward.

John F. Zettles [516 Liberty Street] laborer at Door & Sash; 62; living with his wife Sarah J., 67. Also living with John were his grandchildren: Floral L. Runyan, 14; and Grant M. Runyan, 13. Second Ward.

2 Responses

  1. Steven Wagner Says:

    I wanted to point out a small error. Under Jay H. Wagner, their son, you have as “William S”.. It should be “William F”, as is recorded in the 1910 census. This man was my grandfather, and the “F” stands for “Follmer”. Thank you for correcting this. I LOVE your site.

    Comment by James Robison: Appreciate the correction Steven and would like direction from others as to what to do … I am familiar with the family, but when I checked the 1920 Census, the census taker recorded the middle initial incorrectly ~ so the source says “S” though it should have been “F”, perhaps this note will suffice for those who are doing research and it is always good to look at material somewhat circumspect – again, thank you for pointing this out to me and others who are viewing this site.

  2. S. Nemichek Says:

    What was the 1920 population of Watsontown?

    According to the 1920 Federal Census Record, the population of Watsontown was 2,153.

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