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U.S. Census Jackson, Clay, IN 1860:  Amos Hedge Wright (1830-1913)
U.S. Census Jackson, Clay, IN 1860: Amos Hedge Wright (1830-1913)

"Amos W. Hedge, age 63 b. Abt. 1797 Pennsylvania, farmer no real estate owned. Amos H. Wright, age 30 b. Abt. 1830 Indiana, farmer real estate owned $3500 other property $900, wife Alsie J., age 26 b. Abt. 1834 Ohio. Mary Fisher, age 59 b. Abt. 1801 Kentucky, domestic. Ellender Wright, age 28 b. Abt. 1832 Indiana, seamstress.
Daniel A. Wright, age 3 b. Abt. 1857 Indiana. John W. Wright, age 3 b. 1857 Indiana, Amos H. Wright, age 1, b. Indiana." 
 
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U.S. Census Jackson, Clay, IN 1870:  Amos Hedge Wright (1830-1913)
U.S. Census Jackson, Clay, IN 1870: Amos Hedge Wright (1830-1913)

"Amos H. Wright, age 38 b. abt. 1832 Indiana, farmer real estate owned $6000 other property $1073, wife Jane age 37 b. Abt. 1833 Ohio; five children all b. Indiana: Daniel A. & John W. 13, Amos H. 11, Theodore C. 9, Robert E. 1; Elendar Wright age 36 b. Abt. 1834 Indiana Idiotic [sic]. Amos H. Hedge, age 74 b. Abt. 1796 Pennsylvania." 
 
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U.S. Census Jackson, Clay, IN 1880:  Amos Hedge Wright (1830-1913)
U.S. Census Jackson, Clay, IN 1880: Amos Hedge Wright (1830-1913)

"Amos H. Wright, age 51 b. abt. 1829 Indiana, parents b. South Carolina, farmer, wife Atha Jane, age 45 b. Ohio, father b. Prussia mother b. Ohio; six children b. Indiana: Daniel 23, John 23, Amos H. 21, theodore 20, Robert E. 11, Ota R. 8, Mary M. 6."  
 
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U.S. Census Jackson, Clay, IN 1880:  John Sharp and Emma Turner Family
U.S. Census Jackson, Clay, IN 1880: John Sharp and Emma Turner Family
Collin Turner is living with them. He gives his place of birth as Pennsylvania and his father's as Ireland and his mother's as Scotland. 
 
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U.S. Census Jackson, Clay, IN 20 Jun 1900: William Henry Senter (1856-1927) & Mary Evaline Deal (1864-1919)
U.S. Census Jackson, Clay, IN 20 Jun 1900: William Henry Senter (1856-1927) & Mary Evaline Deal (1864-1919)

"Senters [sic], William, age 43 b. Jul 1856 Kentucky, parents b. Virginia, coal miner, wife Mary E., age 36 b. Feb 1864 Indiana, parents b. Indiana; seven children b. Indiana: Charles 18 b. May 1882 coal miner, William age 15 b. Aug 1884 day laborer, Lydia age 12 b. Sep 1887 at school, James F. age 10 b. May 1890 at school, Mary R. age 7 b. May 1893, Margaret M. age 4 b. Aug 1895, Eva M. age 1 b. Sep 1898. Mary M. Senters [sic], mother of William Senter, age 75 b. Jul 1824 Virginia, parents b. West Virginia [sic; actually Virginia, since West Virginia was not separated from Virginia until the Civil War.]." 
 
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U.S. Census Jackson, Jackson, OH 1860:  Daniel W Peck Family and Dyer Family including Martha Gillespie
U.S. Census Jackson, Jackson, OH 1860: Daniel W Peck Family and Dyer Family including Martha Gillespie
Daniel W. Peck age 26 (b. abt 1834), clock and watchmaker, Amanda J., age 24 (b. abt 1836), Clauda E. Female (sic) age 5 (b. abt 1855), Mary E. Female age 3 (b. abt 1857) and James H. Male age 1 (abt 1859)
Two houses away: James Dyer, 46, Banker, 1200 Real, 200 Pers, born in Virginia. John Dyer age 50 Plasterer, 300 Real, 100 Pers, born in Virginia, Martha Gillespie, age 48 born in Virginia, Elizabeth Bodkin age 14 born in Ohio an Esmerillas age 12 female born in Ohio. 
 
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U.S. Census Jasper, Adams County, IA 1880:  James K. Wheeler (1842- )
U.S. Census Jasper, Adams County, IA 1880: James K. Wheeler (1842- )

"James Wheeler age 38 b. Abt. 1842 Indiana farmer, father b. Kentucky mother b. Indiana; wife Matilda age 38 b. Maryland [not Indiana?], father & mother b. New York; farm hand: James Clark age 16 b. Kansas."

U.S. Census Ward 1, Topeka, Shawnee County, KS 1900: "James K. Wheeler, age 58 b. Feb 1842 Indiana, father b. Kentucky mother b. Indiana, grocer, m. 1864 wife Matilda, age 58 b. Jan 1842 Maryland, parents b. New York; sister: Elisa J. Clark, age 53 b. Dec 1846 Indiana, father b. Kentucky mother b. Indiana, widow, nine children, four living; two nephews b. Kansas: Daniel H. Clark, age 32 b. Feb 1868, father b. New York mother b. Indiana, married eight yrs, plasterer, Charles E. Clark, age 23 b. Jan 1877, father b. New York mother b. Indiana, married four yrs, lather."  
 
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U.S. Census Kentucky, Mead, KY 1850:  William Decker (b. Abt. 1799)
U.S. Census Kentucky, Mead, KY 1850: William Decker (b. Abt. 1799)
"Kentucky, Meade, Kentucky:

William Decker age 51 b. North Carolina, brick maker real estate owned $100; wife Rebecca age 40 b. North Carolina; children all born Kentucky: Hezekiah 18, Mary 13, Anderson 7, Rebecca 5, Martha 3, Charles 4 mos." Also living in the household were three Kirby children: "Charles 17, William 16, and Sopha 13."  
 
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U.S. Census Lincoln County, NC 1790:  William, Peter, Jacob, and George Deal
U.S. Census Lincoln County, NC 1790: William, Peter, Jacob, and George Deal

Probably Lyles Creek area, Lincoln County:

"William Deal, males: under 16 four, 16 & over two; females: four; no slaves."

"Peter Deal, males: males under 16 two, 16 and over one; females three; no slaves."

"George Deal, males: under 16 two, 16 and over one; females five; no slaves."

"Jacob Deal, males under sixteen-two (Henry b. 1779, John b. 1786), sixteen and over-four (Johan Wilhelm Diehl ?, Jacob, George, William); females-four (Margaret, Susanna, Mary Elizabeth, Katherine); no slaves."
 
 
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U.S. Census Lincoln County, NC 1810: Decker and Deal Heads of Household
U.S. Census Lincoln County, NC 1810: Decker and Deal Heads of Household

[The "Christopher Decker" in the manuscript census sheet is most likely Eve Decker's brother, Christopher Decker (b. Abt. 1775).]

"Lincoln, NC:
Christopher Decker free white males: one under age 10, one 10-15, one 16-25, one 26-44; free white females: one under age 10, one 26-44, one 45+"

On the same sheet for 1810, there were four William Deals, two George Deals, and one Jacob Deal, all apparently living near each other.

Review of census information about the Deal families in Lincoln County, North Carolina:

In the 1790 Census, there was one Jacob Deal; in 1800 two George, one Jacob, one Peter, and two William Deals; in 1820 one John, one Peter, one Solomon, and one William Deal; in 1830 two Deal widows, one David, two George, two Jacob, one John, one Matthias, one Simon, and two William Deals.  
 
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U.S. Census Little River, Caldwell County, NC 1850:  William Deal (1798-1870) and Catherine Smyre (1799-1865)
U.S. Census Little River, Caldwell County, NC 1850: William Deal (1798-1870) and Catherine Smyre (1799-1865)

"William Deal, age 51 b. Abt. 1799 North Carolina, farmer real estate owned $6000, wife Catherine, age 47 b. Abt. 1803 North Carolina; eleven children b. North Carolina: [William] Franklin 24 farmer, Sidney [Henry] 23 blacksmith, Malina [sic, Dova Malinda] 20, Emma [sic, Emily M.], age 18, Harriet [Catherine] 15, Pinkney, 14, Marcus 12, Rufus 10, Louisa [Lydia Louise] 8, Anna [Geneal] 5, [Sarah] Ann 1." 
 
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U.S. Census Little River, Caldwell County, NC 1860:  William Deal (1798-1870) Page 1
U.S. Census Little River, Caldwell County, NC 1860: William Deal (1798-1870) Page 1

"William Deal age 62 b. Abt. 1798 North Carolina, farmer real estate owned $4000, other property $3500, wife Catherine age 58 b. North Carolina; seven children b. North Carolina: Pinckney 24 farmer, Harriet 25, Marcus 22 farmer, Rufus 20 farmer, Louisa 18, Avery 15 farmer, [Sarah Ann] Jenelia 11." 
 
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U.S. Census Little River, Caldwell, NC 1860:   William Franklin Deal (1825-1901)
U.S. Census Little River, Caldwell, NC 1860: William Franklin Deal (1825-1901)
"Little River, Caldwell, NC:

W.F. Deal age 35 b. North Carolina, farmer real estate owned $2000, other property $3500; no wife listed; children all b. North Carolina: Sarah age 8, William age 7, Mary age 3 mos."

These children may have belonged to another family member or a friend, since William Franklin Deal married Abt. 1861 Francis Hill Blair (1843-1923). 
 
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U.S. Census Manhattan, NY 1910: Jake and Bluma Levinsky Family
U.S. Census Manhattan, NY 1910: Jake and Bluma Levinsky Family
The family was living on Broome Street, Manhattan, NY on 15 Apr 1910 when information was gathered. Jake Levinsky, age 34, was born in Russia and entered the US in 1904, he was working as a basket weaver. Wife, Bluma, age 25 born in Russia and entered the US in 1906. Daugther, Norma, age 3 born in NY. Son, Philip age 2 born in NY. Son, Joe age 5/12 born in NY. Abraham Klinetsky, brother of Bluma, age 18 born in Russia and entered US in 1907 was living with the family and was employed as a skirt maker. Ida Klinetsky, sister of Bluma, age 17, born in Russia and entered US in 1907 was also living with them and was emplyed as a hair maker in a factory. There was also an 18 year old boarder, Max Schwartz, born in Russia and entered US in 1907 and was a skirt maker as well. 
 
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U.S. Census Marion County, IN 1840:  Thomas family households
U.S. Census Marion County, IN 1840: Thomas family households

Perry Township:

"Joseph Thomas, one male 5-10, two males 10-15, one male 40-50; one female 5-10, one female 15-20.

Edward Thomas, one male under five, one male 20-29; one female 20-29.

Thomas N. Thomas, two males under five, one male 10-14, one male 20-29; one female under five, one female 20-29."

Washington Township:

"Elizabeth Thomas, one male 10-14, one male 15-19; one female 15-19, one female 40-49."

Lawrence Township:

"John Thomas, one male under five, two males 5-9, one male 30-39; one female under five, one female 5-9, one female 10-14, one female 30-39.

William Thomas, three males under five, one male 30-39; two females 5-9, one female 30-39."

Warren Township:

"Isaac Thomas, two males under five, one male 5-9, one male 30-39, one male 40-49; two females 5-9, two females 10-14, one female 40-49."  
 
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U.S. Census Marion, Bourbon County, KS 1870:  Isaac Hill Wheeler (b. 1810)
U.S. Census Marion, Bourbon County, KS 1870: Isaac Hill Wheeler (b. 1810)

"Isaac H. Wheeler age 63 b. Abt. 1807 Indiana [sic], farmer real estate owned $2500 other property $1000; wife Eliza J. age 58 b. Indiana; one daughter: Loria E. 14 b. Iowa"

Iowa State Census, Quincy, Adams County, Iowa 1885: Isaac H. Wheeler, age 72 b. Abt. 1813 Kentucky, married."

Next door lived son James K. Wheeler with wife Matilda. 
 
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U.S. Census Marion, Bourbon County, KS 1870:  James K. Wheeler (1842- )
U.S. Census Marion, Bourbon County, KS 1870: James K. Wheeler (1842- )

"James K. Wheeler age 28 b. Abt. 1842 Indiana, farmer real estate owned $1000 other property $500; wife Matilda A. age 28 b. Abt. 1842 Indiana"

Next door lived the parents, Isaac Hill and Eliza J. Wheeler, of James K. Wheeler. 
 
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U.S. Census Marion, IN 1850:  Isaac Haverstick (1819-1901) page 2
U.S. Census Marion, IN 1850: Isaac Haverstick (1819-1901) page 2
 
 
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U.S. Census Marmaton, Bourbon County, KS 1880:  Daniel H. Wheeler (1834- )
U.S. Census Marmaton, Bourbon County, KS 1880: Daniel H. Wheeler (1834- )

"Daniel H. Wheeler age 46 b. Abt. 1834 Indiana, farmer, father b. Kentucky mother Indiana; wife Nancy age 42 b. Indiana, father b. Virginia mother b. Ohio; children all b. Kansas: Mary M. 13, Willie A. 8, Caroline E. 4"

Adjacent household:

U.S. Census Marmaton, Bourbon County, KS 1880: "William N. Conner, age 26 b. Abt. 1854 Kentucky, farm laborer, wife Ida E., age 17 b. Abt. 1863 Kansas; two children b. Kansas: Laura E. one, Maud M. two months."

Kansas State Census, Marmaton, Bourbon County, 1855-1925, 1 Mar 1885: "D.H. Wheeler, age 49 b. Abt. 1836 Indiana, wife N. Wheeler, age 45 b. Abt. 1840 Indiana; three children b. Kansas: Mary 18, W.A. 14, C.E. 9;" in the same household: "I.E. Conner age 22 b. Kansas, widow; four children b. Kansas: L.E. 5, M.M. 4, C.E. 2, C.Z. three months."  
 
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U.S. Census Meade, KY 1860:  Rebecca Decker (b. Abt. 1810)
U.S. Census Meade, KY 1860: Rebecca Decker (b. Abt. 1810)
"Meade, KY:

Rebecca Decker age 50 b. Abt. 1840 Kentucky [sic], not working real estate owned $100; children all b. Kentucky: Anderson age 17 factory hand, Martha 12, Charles 10, Sally 8"

William Decker was not listed and Sally was b. Abt. 1852, so William may have died between 1852 and 1860. 
 
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U.S. Census Monroe, Morgan County, IN 1900:  Thomas Edward Thomas (1854-  )
U.S. Census Monroe, Morgan County, IN 1900: Thomas Edward Thomas (1854- )

1900: "Edward Thomas, age 46 b. Mar 1854 Indiana, father b. Kentucky mother b. Ireland, farmer, wife Martha, age 41 b. Sep 1858 Indiana both parents b. Indiana [sic, unlike other sources: father b. Pennsylvania]; three children b. Indiana: Grace L. age 17 b. Aug 1882, Zelma H. age 17 b. Aug 1884, Mabel E. age 13 b. Jul 1886."

1910: "Edd [sic] Thomas age 56 b. Indiana, father b. Kentucky mother b. Ireland, general farming, wife Martha A., age 52 b. Indiana, father b. Pennsylvania mother b. Indiana." 
 
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U.S. Census Monroe, Morgan County, IN 1920:  Thomas Edward Thomas (1854-  )
U.S. Census Monroe, Morgan County, IN 1920: Thomas Edward Thomas (1854- )

1920: "Thomas E. Thomas age 65 b. Abt. 1855 Indiana, father b. Kentucky mother b. Ireland, general farming, wife Martha A., age 61 b. Indiana, father b. Pennsylvania mother b. Indiana. Granddaughter: Celia G. Housand age 16 b. Indiana both parents b. Indiana." 
 
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U.S. Census Monroe, Morgan, IN 1930:  William J. Housand (1881-1961)
U.S. Census Monroe, Morgan, IN 1930: William J. Housand (1881-1961)

"William Housand, age 48 b. Indiana parents b. Indiana, farmer; wife Grace, age 49 b. Indiana parents b. Indiana; two children b. Indiana: John 19 farm laborer, Martha 17 not employed."

U.S. Census Monroe, Morgan, IN 1940: "Will J. Housand, age 59 b. Abt. 1881 Indiana, residence in 1935: rural Morgan County, IN, farmer, education: 7th grade, wife Grace, age 58 b. Abt. 1882 Indiana, completed 9th grade; son, John age 29 b. Abt. 1911 Indiana motor mechanic, residence in 1935: rural Morgan County, IN, attended school or college: no; grandson, John Paul Sichting, age 7 b. Abt. 1933 Indiana education: 2d grade."  
 
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U.S. Census Morgan County, KY 1860 & Jackson, Clay County, IN 1870: James Harvey Senter (1896- ) & Daniel N. Deal (1825- )
U.S. Census Morgan County, KY 1860 & Jackson, Clay County, IN 1870: James Harvey Senter (1896- ) & Daniel N. Deal (1825- )

U.S. Census Division 2, Morgan, KY 1860: "James H. Senter, age 39 b. Abt. 1821 Virginia, farmer no real estate owned, other property $75, wife Mary, age 36 b. Abt. 1824 Virginia; five children b. Virginia: Drubery [sic] 16, Mary 13, Elijah 9, Malinda 7, James C. 3; one child b. Kentucky: Rosa E. 1."

U.S. Census Jackson, Clay County, IN 1870:

Dwelling # 649: "Senter, James H., age 49 b. Abt. 1821 Virginia, works at coal bank, wife Mary M., age 45 b. Abt. 1825 Virginia; two children b. Kentucky: William H. 14, Rosa 12; one child b. Indiana: Francis L. 4."

Dwelling # 651: "Deal, Daniel, age 44 b. Abt. 1826 Indiana, coal miner, wife Malinda, age 46 b. Abt. 1824 Indiana; four children b. Indiana: Dianna E. 18, Albert 15, Noah 11, Charles 6."

Also in dwelling # 651: "George Burroughs, age 32 b.Abt. 1838 Kentucky, blacksmith, wife Mary Burroughs, age 23 b. Abt. 1847 Indiana; two children b. Indiana: Clarinda Belfry, age 11, Alice M. Burroughs 1."

U.S. Census Jackson, Clay County, IN 1880: "Daniel Deal, age 54 b. Abt. 1826 Indiana parents b. Indiana, coal miner, wife Marinda, age 57 b. Indiana, father b. Kentucky mother b. Ohio; two children b. Indiana, coal miners: Noah 20, Charles 15."


 
 
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U.S. Census Mume, Manitowoc, WI 1870:  Wehrwein Familes
U.S. Census Mume, Manitowoc, WI 1870: Wehrwein Familes
 
 

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