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Comments / Corrections to Transcription of Hood County 1900 Census
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Date: Fri, 4 Jul 2003 20:41:53 EDT
> From: HWSGranny@aol.com
The correct name on the tombstone in Mitchell Bend Cemetery should be C.F.Sue Instead of G.F. Sue. He is my great grandfather. His name was Charles Frederick Sue
Also in the 1900 census the name spell in the census as SUL should be SUE.
Barbara Mallory Philippus
Subject: Correction to 1900 Census
Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2003 16:24:54 -0600
From: Kathleen Graham <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "'email@example.com'" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The following is a correction to the 1900 Hood County census from your Web
site. I have included the entire line from the census and have underlined
the incorrect name. It should read 'Nellie' -- this is my great-grandmother
(my mother's father's mother).
214A 31 80 80 Jones *llie Wife W F Feb 1880 20 M 1 0 0 Tennessee
Tennessee Tennessee Yes Yes Yes
Thank you for making this correction, if possible. K. J. M. Graham
Subject: 1900 Census Comments
Date: Fri, 19 Jul 2002 19:46:04 -0400
From: "E.L.Yeary" <email@example.com>
ED-91 Page 212A House #40... ' Harmon ' should be Fairman, Wm (William E.)
Thanks for putting the census online, it was very helpful, I found some of my Tidwells that I was looking for. I had no trouble with the formatting or loading of pages.
I do have some additional info on some of them that might help some others:
On the group listed as E 94 Paluxy, the first two Tidwells you come to with just
**** for the first names are John Benton Tidwell, b. Aug. 1829 not 1828 in TN and his wife Winnie b. 1832 in TN. Then just under Gus H. is "Abbe" that should be Albert C.
Thanks again for putting this online, Janna Johns
Added 19 February 2003
I want to congratulate you on the fine web site you have created. Obviously much work and dedication has gone into this effort of listing Hood County records.
My family, LOCKLIN, were early residents of Grandbury and Hood County; in fact my grandfather Charles Edward Locklin was the Marshall there during the early 1900s including his duties over the Hood County Jail where the family lived for several years. My father Charles Harlan Locklin was born in Grandbury on December 6, 1908.
If you would like to note this information for your records on the 1900 Census, I have identified my family where you were not able to read the original records. Please highlighted see below:
Listed By Last Name
Census Year 1900
Microfilm Roll # T623-1645
Township Precinct 5
Name of Institution
Incorporated City, Town
Ward of city
Enumerator John Conway
Enumeration Date 1 & 2 day of June 1900
PG# LN# STREET HS# DW# FM# LAST NAME FIRST NAME
299A 21 43 43 ****k** Char** Head W M Jan 1859 41 M 7 Indiana New York Indiana Farmer 0 Yes Yes Yes
(This is Charles Edward Locklin, my grandfather)
299A 22 43 43 ****k** Hattie * Wife W F Nov 1874 25 M 7 3 2 Michigan Michigan Michigan Yes Yes Yes
(This is Hattie Agnes Davis Locklin, my grandmother)
299A 23 43 43 ****k** *sa E Daughter W F March 1895 5 S Texas Indiana Michigan
(This is Ora Ellen Locklin, my aunt)
299A 24 43 43 ****k** Ruth J Daughter W F Jan 1900 4/12 S Texas Indiana Michigan
(This is Ruth Jane Locklin, my aunt)
Charles Harlan Locklin, Jr.
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