||1900 US Federal Census for Pawnee Twp., Smith Co., Kansas, USA |
||1 June 1900 |
||19 April 2009 |
||Images from http://ancestry.com/ |
||District 166, Pawnee Twp., Smith Co., Kansas, USA |
||Pawnee Township in the County of Smith, State of Kansas first day of June 1900|
Page 145A; Supervisor's Dist No 6; Enumeration District No 166
Dunn Jeremiah Head W M Aug 1846 53 M Farmer Ohio Maryland Maryland
Dunn Elizabeth L Wife W F Jul 1850 49 M NC NC NC
Dunn Claud Son W M Mar 1885 15 S Farm Laborer Ohio Maryland Maryland
Dunn Eva May Daug W F Jun 1877 22 S Servant Iowa US US
Dunn Nora Daug W F May 1880 20 S Servant Kansas Maryland NC
Dunn Mary Belle Daug W F May 1889 11 S At School Kansas Maryland NC
Dunn Wm Seth Son W M May 1891 9 S At School Kansas Maryland NC
Jeremiah and Elizabeth have been married 30 years. Elizabeth has had 9 children, 6 are still living.
Note too some confusion on the places of birth of the children's parents.
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Pawnee, Smith, Kansas; Roll: T623_501 Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 166.
Source Information: Ancestry.com. 1900 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004. Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 1854 rolls.
||Claude J Dunn|
Eva May Dunn
Mary Bell Dunn
Nora E Dunn
William Seth Dunn
Elizabeth Louisa Moffitt
||1900 US Federal Census for Pawnee Twp., Smith Co., Kansas, USA|
Census shows Jeremiah Dunn with his wife Elizabeth (Moffitt) and 5 of their 6 remaining living children Eva May, Claud, Nora, Mary Bell and Wm Seth. There is confusion about the birthplaces of the childrens’ parents - according to 1880 Census Jeremiah was born in Ohio and Elizabeth in North Carolina. So the children should all shows Ohio and North Carolina for the parents’ birthplace, but instead it shows main Maryland and North Carolina, even though Jeremiah’s line shows he was born Ohio, and one child it shows simply “US US”