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From: Ellen Reesh <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] I could use an extra pair of eyes, please.
Date: Sun, 7 Mar 2010 17:17:26 -0800
Your Walter Pearson appears to be the Walter Pearce, the way the handwriting
is I think the indexer miss read it and turned it into Pearce, but when I
enlarged it to 125% I could see that the ending of the name was scrunched.
The daughter's age looks like it is 14 but in comparing other 9's on the
page I think it could be a 9, handwriting is a bit sloppy. I would compare
your 1920 age of Dillie W. with that of the daughter in 1930 and see if it
is close. Walter is listed as being 65.
Hope this helps,
On Sun, Mar 7, 2010 at 9:08 AM, Gen <> wrote:
> 1930 > Alabama > Randolph > Almond > 13
> Apr 3 1930, O.J. Harris, enum 56-13, sheet 6B
> 116/123 ANC
> Ancestry.com has a gentleman listed as Walter PEARCE, but I 'THINK' it
> could actually be Walter PEARSON. Could someone who has ANC take a gander
> at this man's info & let me know what they think?
> Walter Pearson died in 1938, but I haven't been able to find him in the
> 1930 census. He was a widower by 1930. He would have had a daughter age
> 19. I can't really tell if the dau. listed in 1930 is age 14 or 19. ????
> ps: in 1920 he was listed in:
> 1920 > ALABAMA > RANDOLPH > ALMOND
> Jan 8 1920, Osburn J. Harris, enum 150, sheet 4A
> It looks like the same enumerator to me.
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