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Re: Eliza Ann King Shue
Posted by: Carlene (ID *****1454) Date: October 23, 2002 at 10:48:04
In Reply to: Re: Eliza Ann King Shue by Carlene of 278

Sorry, but I gave you incorrect information re Silas. It was Albert Shue in the 1880 Census of Pope County. He was 25 and a boarder with the Robert G & Francis May family in Lee Twp. of Pope County, Dwelling 80, page 261. (POSSIBLY he was the father of the Shue children you mentioned ??)

In the 1900 Census of Pope Co., AR, E.D. 174 (Galla Creek Twp pg 82A, Dwelling 94) was the family of Galileo F. and Eliza A. Garren. He was 26, she was 31. They had a daughter Florence, about 6 months old, and with the family were Lewis E. Shou (or Shue) 13, Mattie M., 10, and Silas M.,6, who were step-children of Mr. Garren. So, Eliza A. was the mother of these children. Census page I saw was difficult to read. Looks like Lewis was born in Dec. 1887, Mattie born Dec. 1890 and Silas born Aug. 1893.

My notes show Ellis Shue was in 1910 Census of same county on page 81B, and Elmer Shue was on page 84B of 1920 Census and Silas was on page 87B of 1920 Census. Have not seen these census pages yet.

If you have more information on these people that you would share with me, I would be happy to exchange whatever I have regarding Shue family. Good luck in your search.


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