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1930 Census - Help!
Posted by: Hannah Sutton (ID *****8491) Date: April 13, 2002 at 14:36:01
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Hi, I need some help from others more knowledgeable than I. I was in Seattle at the National Archives site and looked up my father's Earhart family. He was born in 1914 and is still very much alive so I wanted to get the census information about their household, etc.

Well, my dad was an only child. I know this from talking with my grandparents and with his cousin. However, the 1930 census lists my grandparents, my father and then a girl that they indicate as "daughter" who was 4 years younger than he.

I have spoken to my Dad and this just cannot be accurate.

Question: How does something like this happen and what would you do? Could this person have been visiting? My dad doesn't even recognize the name. Very curious. Any suggestions greatly appreciated.

Thanks much, Hannah Earhart Sutton


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