Between Dean Enos and myself, we have names of hundreds of Enos families. Most of these families trace from 1800 down to 1900. Beyond that the groups become too large. For those of us with these resources you must do the more current day research on your own. If you can search the 1910 and 1920 census reports for the parents of Roland Enos, we more than likely tell you which family he is associated with. This is not easy but necessary for other researchers to help you. Check with the county(ies) in which you think Roland Enos may have been in in 1910, 1920 or 1930 to see if they have information online. Otherwise you may have to visit your local Family History Library and order some census films until you find these families.
Jim Enos Enosgen@AOL.com
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