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301 1880 US Census - Dist 149, Osage, Bates Co., MO
Daniel Colyer, 26, b. MO, RR hand
Elizabeth Colyer, 26, b. MO
Daisy Colyer, 2, b. MO

1900 US Census - Dist 1, Blue, Jackson Co., MO (copy hard to read)
Daniel C Colyar, 45
Elizabeth Colyar, 44
Daisy D Colyar, 20
Cathren m Colyar, 19
Ritchard E Colyar, 8
James D Colyar, 6
Gena Anderson, 14

1910 US Census - Dist 12, Independence Ward 4, Jackson Co., MO
Daniel C Collier, 54
Elizabeth Collier, 32
Daisy Lanner, 31
Richard E Collier, 20
James D Collier, 17

1920 US Census - Dist 113, Kansas City Ward 7, Jackson, MO
Elizabeth Colyer, 63, b. MO, widow
Daisy Larimer, dau., 42, b. MO., widow
William D. Larimer, grandson, 13, b. MO

1914 Independence,Mo City directory..COLYER,Elizabeth (wid Daniel C.)

1927, JUNE 21, Kansas City TIMES page 12..Death of Mrs. Daniel C. COLYER..Mrs.Elizabeth Ellen..73 years, widow of Daniel C.,road contractor, died last night at the home. Mr. Colyer died October 1912 in Independence.
[Elizabeth] was born in Howard co.,MO..and leaves 2 daughters, Mrs. Daisy C.Larimer and Mrs. Kathern Ehlers, and sons James and Edwin both of New York. 
Family: F2639
 
302 1880 US Census - Dist 214, Trenton, Grundy Co., MO
Evi S. Drake, 32, b. PA, machinest
Nellie Drake, 32, b. Sweden
Frank M. Drake, 6, b. IL

1900 US Census - Dist 60, Trenton Ward 3, Grundy Co., MO
Nettie A. VanHook, 48, widow b. Nov 1851 Sweden, parents b. Sweden, landlady
Frank M. Drake, son, 26, b. Jul 1873 IL, father b. PA, mother b. Sweden, railway brakeman

1920 US Census - Dist 61, Trenton Ward 4, Grundy Co., MO
Nellie A. VanHook, 68, widow, b. Sweden, parents b. Sweden, housewife
Frank M. VanHook, 46, b. IL, father b. IL, mother b. Sweden, transportation dept
(note: Frank shows surname "Drake" but it is crossed-out)

1930 US Census - Dist 18, Trenton, Grundy Co., MO
Nellie A. VanHook, 80, widow, b. Sweden, parents b. Sweden

Missouri Death Cert # 15918
Trenton, Grundy Co., MO
Nellie VanHook, widow of S.M. VanHook
Informant was Frank Drake, Nellie's son by her first husband - but Frank didn't know his mother's birth date, birth location or parents. Only information he gave was she was 83 years old.

Samuel M. VanHook's probate files gives his parents as John W. VanHook of Shawnee, KS, and Sarah A. Groves of Clinton, MO. His death by train accident was settled by the Rock Island Railroad for $3000 to his widow/estate in 1895. 
Family: F3012
 
303 1880 US Census - Dist 227, Sand Creek, Union Co., IA
E. Conklin, 32, b. IN, father b. VA, mother b. KY, works in mill
Charlottie C. Conklin, 24, wife, b. IA
Susan Conklin, 2, daughter, b. IA

1885 Iowa State Census - Pleasant, Union Co., IA
Elias Conklin, 37, farmer, b. IN
Charlotta Conklin, 29, b. Union Co., IA
Orie Conkline, 7, (female), b. Madison Co., IA 
Family: F2429
 
304 1880 US Census - Dist 26, Yocum, Carroll Co., AR

William C. VanHook, 19, b. TX - farm laborer (father b. KY, mother b. TN)
living in household of Jefferson Baker

Mary D. Tolby, 22, b. KY - daughter living with parents Andrew J. Tolby and Almeda Tolby (note: in 1870 census Tolby family living in Benton, Holt Co., MO)

1900 US Census - Dist 5, Flat Creek, Barry Co., MO
Benjamin B. McNiel, 41, Feb 1859
Mary B. McNiel, 41, Mar 1859
Almida VanHook, 15, Nov 1884
John M. VanHook, 12, Jul 1888
William C. McNiel, 8, Jul 1891
Adrian A. McNiel, 5, Sep 1894 
Family: F2378
 
305 1880 US Census - Dist 49, Dover, Lafayette Co., MO
James Colyer, 38, b. KY
Alice Colyer, 35, b. OH
Minnie Goodhue, 6, adopted, b. MO

1900 US Census - Dist 151, Dover, Lafayette Co., MO
J.E. Colyer, 56, b. Jan 1844 KY, married 30 years
Alice Colyer, 55, b. Jun 1844 OH, married 30 years
William Himes, 16
Allie Himes, 10 
Family: F2641
 
306 1880 US Census - Dist 5, Cassville, Barry Co., MO
1 Jun 1880
Benj Vanhook, 21, b. TX, father b. KY, mother b. TN, boarder at school
(living in household of William Burton)

1900 US Census - Dist 14, Shell Knob, Barry Co., MO
Benj Vanhook, b. Mar 1860, 40, TX, father b. KY, mother b. TN, farmer
Minnie Vanhook, b. Oct 1871, 28, KS, father b. TN, mother b. TN
Winnie Vanhook, b. Mar 1892, 8, MO
Victor Vanhook, b. Apr 1894, 6, MO
Norman Vanhook, b. Oct 1896, 4, MO
Murrell Vanhook, b. Aug 1898, 1, MO
Aurelia Vanhook, b. Mar 1900, 2 months, MO

1910 US Census - Dist 184, Choctaw, Oklahoma Co., OK
Apr 1910
B F Vanhook, 52, b. TX, father b. KY, mother b. TN, farmer
Minnie Vanhook, 38, b. KS, father b. TN, mother b. TN
Winnie Vanhook, 18, b. MO
Murrell Vanhook, 12, b. MO
Bonnie Vanhook, 10, b. MO
Alatha Vanhook, 8, (son), b. OK
Gay Vanhook, 6, (dau), b. OK
Delmar Vanhook, 3, b. OK

1920 US Census - Dist 264, Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK
24 Jan 1920
(note: Norman is also counted by himself in Philadelphia, PA census)
(note: Bonnie is also counted with brother Victor Benjamin in Las Vegas, NM census)
Benjamin F Vanhook, 61, b. TX, father b. KY, mother, b. TN, teamster/oil fields
Minnie Vanhook, 48, b. KS, father b. VA, mother., b. KY
Winnie Turner, 27, dau, b. MO, bookkeeper/telegraph co.
Norman Vanhook, 22, son, b. MO, musician/band
Murrell Dowler, 22, dau, b. MO
Bonnie Vanhook, 19, dau, b. MO
Charles Vanhook, 17, son, b. OK
Alza Vanhook, 15, dau, b. MO
Delmar Vanhook, 13, son, b. MO
Carrie Carr, 24, niece, b. AR (not sure on first name)
Jack Carr, 4 and 1 month, b. AR (son of Carrie)

1930 US Census - Dist 150, Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK
Cauley A. Newton, 35, married at 29, b. KS, automotive electrician
Winnie Newton, 36, married at 30, b. MO, accountant in telegraph office
Murrell VanHook, 30, sister in law, b. MO
Gay VanHook, 24, sister in law, b. MO 
Family: F2383
 
307 1880 US Census - Dist 58, Lexington, Lafayette Co., MO
George W. Collier, 31, b. KY, farmer
Sarah Ellen Collier, 26, b. IL
Lillie Mabel Collier, 9, b. MO
Christopher Collier, 16, brother, b. IL

1900 US Census - Dist 163, Odessa, Lafayette Co., MO
George W. Colyer, 52, b. Jan 1848 KY, engineer
Ellen Colyer, 48, b. Jan 1952 IL, mother of 2 children, 1 living 
Family: F2643
 
308 1880 US Census - Dist 604, Philadelphia, PA
William F. Van Hook, 54, real estate, b. PA, father b. NJ, mother b. PA
Mary A. Van Hook, 52, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. Hamburg
Mabel Van Hook, 26, dau., b. PA
Marie E. Potter, 25, dau., b. PA
Blanch Potter, 9, grandaughter, b. PA
George Potter 6, grandson, b. PA
Maggie Kennedy, 30, servant, b. PA, parents b. Scotland 
Family: F2476
 
309 1880 US Census - Dist 71, New Albany, Floyd Co., IN
George Sackett, 34, b. IN, secretary of forge works
Mollie Sackett, 30, b. IN (nickname for Mary Katherine)
Charles Sackett, 10, b. IN (must be son from first marriage)
Errett Sackett, 3, b. IN

Indiana, Select Marriages Index, 1748-1993
Name: «tab»Mary K. Vanhook
Gender: «tab»Female
Marriage Date: «tab»4 Oct 1876
Marriage Place: «tab»Jeffersonville, Clark, Indiana
Spouse: «tab»George E. Sackett
FHL Film Number: «tab»1415854
Reference ID: «tab»Vol. K, p 110

1900 US Census - Seattle Ward 6, King Co., WA
Geo Sackett, 57, ice business
Mary K Sackett, 54
Errett Sackett, 20
Martha J Sackett, 18
Mary Sackett, 12
Frank Kock, 20

1910 US Census - Seattle Ward 3, King Co., WA
George E Sackett, 67
Mary K Sackett, 59
Martha J Sackett, 24
Margaret J Sackett, 19

1920 US Census - Seattle, King Co., WA
George E Sackett, 77
Mary K Sackett, 68
Martha J Sackett, 36

1930 US Census - Dist 151, Seattle, King Co., WA
Mary K Sackett, 81, widow, b. IN
Martha J. Sackett, 40, single, b. IN, instructor in music school 
Family: F2133
 
310 1880 US Census - Dist 82, Grant Co., KY
James, Isabel, Robert and Ravena

1900 US Census - Dist 111, Kentontown, Robertson Co., KY
Isabel (widow) and 4 children

1930 US Census - Kentontown, Robertson Co., KY
3 brothers (Robert, William and James), all single, all farmers, living together 
Family: F3100
 
311 1880 US Census - Dist 86, Beadle Co., Dakota Territory (later South Dakota)
David VanHook, 23, boarder, laborer, b. WI
Laura VanHook, 23, boarder, laborer, b. WI
Edna VanHook, 2, b. WI 
Family: F1899
 
312 1880 US Census - Dist 90, Pct 12, Pulaski Co., KY
Marcum Vanhook, 24, b. KY, farmer
Lucy Vanhook, 19, b. KY
Emily J. Vanhook, 5, b. KY
John Vanhook, 3, b. KY

1900 US Census - Springfield Ward 8, Greene Co., MO
(note: census index shows surname as "Van Hoose")
William Van Hook, 46, b. Jun 1854, KY, car repair
Lucia A Van Hook, 41, b. Mar 1859, KY
John S Van Hook, 24, b. Mar 1876, KY
Laurena G Whicher, 20, b. Mar 1880, NE, boarder

1910 US Census - Dist 43, Springfield Ward 8, Greene Co., MO
William Vanhook, 56, b. KY, carpenter on bridge
Lucy A. Vanhook, 51, b. KY
Lucile Vanhook, 8, b. KY, grandaughter 
Family: F1048
 
313 1880 US Census - Dist 91, Pct 13, Pulaski Co., KY

1910 US Census - Dist 207, Burdine, Pulaski Co., KY

1920 US Census - Dist 270, Bell Hill Wayne Co., KY
John R. and Martha E. Farmer living with (or next door)
son Columbus C. Farmer and family

1930 US Census - Dist 5, Dist 3, McCreary Co., KY
Martha E. Farmer, 76, living with daughter Sarah J. and her husband James D. Neely. 
Family: F702
 
314 1880 US Census - Dist 93, Center, McDonald Co., MO
Van Hook, James, 55, Farmer, b. KY, parents b. KY
Margaret, 35; wife; House Keeper; bn. TN; father-TN; mother-TN
George, 26; son; works on farm; KY; KY; TN
William,24; son; works on farm; KY; KY; TN
Milton, 22; son; works on farm; KY; KY; TN
James; 7, son; MO; KY; TN
Ellen; 3; daughter; MO; KY; TN
Jenny 1; daughter; MO; KY; TN

1900 US Census - Dist 45, Clifty Township, Carroll Co., MO
James VanHook, 76, b. Sep 1823 KY, farmer
Margaret VanHook, 55, b. Dec 1844 TN
Robert VanHook, son, 19, b. Apr 1881 MO
Emma VanHook, dau, 16, b. Jul 1885 MO
Samuel VanHook, son, 14, b. May 1886 AR

From the Cassville Republican, Cassville, MO, Thursday, July 5, 1900
Last week Mrs. Vanhook, wife of James Vanhook, living on White river, Arkansas, was having the chilies. Her daughter wanted to give her a dose of quinine and by mistake gave a dose of strychnine. The old lady died in a few minutes. 
Family: F1024
 
315 1880 US Census - Dist 93, Pulaski Co., KY
William T. (or L.) George, 24, b. KY, farmer
Sarah A. George, 21, b. KY
John B. George, 5 months (b. Dec), b. KY

1900 United States Federal Census - Price, Pulaski, Kentucky
Pleasant George 71
Nancy George 74
Minnie George 15, granddaughter

1940 United States Federal Census - Pulaski, Kentucky
Charley W Lathim 55
Minnie Lathim 54
Charles W Lathim 18
Ruth H Lathim 16
Sarah A Florence 80, mother-in-law, widow 
Family: F1421
 
316 1880 US Census - Dist 97, Kinderhook, Washington Co., VA Family: F1773
 
317 1880 US Census - District 41, Santa Fe, Santa Fe Co., NM, Page 61, Sup Dist 86, Enum Dist 41, 24/25 June 1880
John L. VanHook, W, M, 38, single, "works in tin shop", born TX, parents born TX (obviously birthplaces are wrong)

Texas, Marriage Collection, 1814-1909 and 1966-2011
Name: «tab»J. L. Vanhook
Gender: «tab»Male
Marriage Date: «tab»19 Jan 1896
Marriage Place: «tab»Llano, Texas, USA
Spouse: «tab»J. W. Melson
Spouse Gender: «tab»Female
Source: «tab»Texas Marriages, 1851-1900

1900 US Census, Llano Co., TX
John L. Van Hook, Head M W April 1844, 56, MS, VA, KY, Tinner
Julie W., Wife F W January 1876, 24 M5, 2 of 2 children living, MS, MS, MS
Mary L., Daughter F W September 1896, 3, TX, MS, MS
Annie W., Daughter F W August 1898, 1, TX, MS, MS 
Family: F2743
 
318 1880 US Census - Hemptown, Fannin Co., GA
1900 US Census - Upper Young Cane, Union Co., GA 
Family: F1469
 
319 1880 US Census - Kentontown, Robertson Co., KY
1900 US Census - Mitchel Mills, Robertson Co., KY

Lucius was a grocer and in the mercantile business. By 1930 Lucius and his wife were living apart - and the 1930 census records show them as "widow" and "widower"

1930 US Census - Dist 1, Elsmere, Kenton Co., KY
Lucius B. Robinson, 74, widower, b. KY, retired

1930 US Census - Dist 1, Nicholas Co., KY
Sallie Robinson, 74, widow, b. KY, living with "Ginnie King" (another widow)

Appeal from Circuit Court, Robertson County.

Action by the Farmers' & Traders' Bank of Mt. Olivet against Sarah J. Robinson and others. Judgment for plaintiff, and defendant named appeals. Reversed, with directions.

THOMAS, J. On December 4, 1915, the appellant, defendant below, Sarah J. Robinson, with her husband, L. B. Robinson, and D. H. Hildreth, executed a note to the appellee, plaintiff below, agreeing to pay it four months thereafter the sum of $287. This suit was brought to collect that note, and the defendant Sarah J. Robinson answered, stating that she was the wife of L. B. Robinson, and that
she signed the note only as his surety, and not for any individual benefit of
her own, nor did she in any wise receive any of the proceeds of it, and she asked that the petition be dismissed as to her.

Upon trial of the case the court submitted to the jury the issue as to whether she was a principal or surety in the note, and the jury by its verdict found that she was a principal and liable thereon, and a judgment was rendered against her for the full amount, with interest and, complaining of it, she has filed in this court the transcript of the record with a motion for an appeal.

As ground for reversal she insists that the testimony showed conclusively that she signed the note only as surety for her husband, and that her motion for a peremptory instruction to find in her favor should have been sustained. She testified that she signed the note at her home, without having seen the cashier of the bank or any officer thereof, and without having conversed or in any manner communicated with any of them concerning the loan, and that the first she ever heard of the matter was when she was asked by her husband to sign the note. At that time her husband and one Taylor Brumagen were engaged in the mercantile business under the firm name of L. B. Robinson & Co.; but defendant testified that her husband did not tell her the purpose for which he wanted the proceeds of the note. Defendant further testified that she, individually, did not need any money, since prior to that time she had sold a piece of property, from the proceeds of which she had left, after investing in a small home, about $250, and that she obtained the piece of property which she had sold from a business which she had some time in the past operated in the village where she lived, but just when that was does not appear. Her testimony is not contradicted by any witness who testified in the case upon either side, but, on the contrary, it is substantiated.

The cashier of the bank testified that the note was presented by the husband, and that he had no conversation with the wife concerning it, nor had she been in the bank with reference thereto. Hildreth, the third person who signed the note, swore that the note was presented to him by the husband with the signature of the latter and his wife upon it. Neither Hildreth nor the cashier pretended to claim that the wife received any part of the proceeds of the note, nor that she or her husband claimed that she was a principal in it. There is neither any express testimony nor any circumstance appearing in the record to indicate that the wife was a principal, except, as is insisted, that she owns a small amount of property, while her husband appears to be insolvent. This condition, however, quite universally exists in all cases where the wife is sought to be held liable as principal, and clearly it can have no probative force upon the issue involved.

True it is that the cashier testified that the note sued on was a renewal of one or more notes held by his bank, some of which, at least, had been running for as much as eleven years; but none of them was shown to have been executed by the wife, either as principal or as surety, and none of their proceeds were shown to have ever been received by her, although the cashier was given an opportunity to show from his books to whom such proceeds were credited, but he failed to do so. With the evidence thus appearing, we are constrained to hold that there was a total failure of proof to overcome the uncontradicted testimony of the appellant,
and her motion for a peremptory instruction in her favor should have been sustained.

Wherefore the motion for an appeal is sustained, and the appeal granted, and the judgment is reversed, with directions to proceed in accordance with this opinion. 
Family: F1867
 
320 1880 US Census - Kentontown, Robertson Co., KY
William was a "clerk in store" - his mother "Lucinda VanHook" was living with William and his wife Georgia. 
Family: F1864
 
321 1880 US Census - Lancaster Court House, Garrard Co., KY
Kendrick Sears, age 11, living with brother-in-law and sister James and Martha Sears Hilton

Marriage Record:
State of Tennessee, Scott County Page 143 Names: John K. Sears and Cordelia Sears Surety: John K. Sears and William H. Buttram Date: 29 Sep 1890 I solemnized the Rites of Matrimony between the within named parties on the 29 September 1890. William Stillwell, Minister of the Gospel

1900 United States Federal Census - Bent and Nunnelly Springs, Pulaski, Kentucky
(note - birthdates in this record disagrees with birthdates recorded elsewhere)
Name Age
John K Sears 32, b Dec 1867 KY, married 10 years
Cordelia Sears 28, b Jan 1872 KY, married 10 years, mother of 4 children, 4 living
Nannie F Sears 9, b Aug 1891 KY
Sarah M Sears 7, b Mar 1893 KY
Mary E Sears 4, b Aug 1895 KY
Robt L Sears 3, b May 1898 KY

1910 United States Federal Census - Nunnelly Springs, Pulaski, Kentucky
Name Age
John K Sears 42
Cordelia Sears 38
Sarah M Sears 17
Mary E Sears 14
Charles L Sears 12 (name wrong - should be Robert)
Martha L Sears 10
Elberta Sears 8
Ina B Sears 4
Maud E Sears 2

1920 US Census - Dist 230, Quinton, Pulaski Co., KY
(all born KY)
J.K. Sears, 51, farmer
Cordelia Sears, 49
Robert Sears, 21
Martha Sears, 19
Bertie Sears, 17
Ina Sears, 14
Maudie Sears, 11
Albert Sears, 9

1930 United States Federal Census - District 7, Pulaski, Kentucky
Name Age
Cordelia Sears 58, widow
Albert Sears 19, son
Arlis Miller 7, grandson

1940 United States Federal Census - Pulaski, Kentucky
Name Age
Corlelia Scars (Sears), 68
Vada Linville, 24, granddaughter
Arlis Neller (Miller), 17, grandson 
Family: F1196
 
322 1880 US Census - Mag. Districts 7 and 10, ED 89, Pulaski Co., KY
Francis M. Farmer, 22
Sciotha R. Farmer, 22
Hettie Farmer, 3 months, b. Feb, daughter

1900 US Census - Dist 121, Parkers Lake, Pulaski Co., KY
Francis M. Farmer, 43, b. Mar 1857
Sciotha Farmer, 43, b. Feb 1857
John W. Farmer, 18, b. Oct 1881
Mary A. Farmer, 16, b. Sep 1883
Charlie Farmer, 15, b. Feb 1885
Leslie L. Farmer, 14, b. May 1886
Lilia Bertie, 10, b. Jun 1889

1910 US Census - Dist 204, Rush Branch, Pulaski Co., KY
Marion F Farmer, 53
Ciotha Farmer, 53
John W. Farmer, 27, son
Mary A. Parson, 25, daughter, married twice
Marre Farris, 5, granddaughter
Violet Parson, 2, granddaughter

1920 US Census - Dist 198, Ferguson, Pulaski Co., KY
Francis M. Farmer, 62
Sciotia R. Farmer, 62
Lonzo J. Farmer, 38, son

Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953
Name: F. Marion Farmer
Death Date: 16 Nov 1931
Death Location: Pulaski
Residence Location: Pulaski
Age: 74
Gender: Female
Ethnicity: White
Birth Date: 17 Mar 1857
Birth Location: Pulaski, Kentucky
Spouse's Name: M
Father's Name: John Farmer
Father's Birth Location: Pulaski, Kentucky
Mother's Name: Mary Barnes
Mother's Birth Location: Pulaski, Kentucky
occupation - laborer in railroad shops
cause of death - apoplexy due to arterial sclerosis 
Family: F700
 
323 1880 US Census - Pct 1, Pulaski Co., KY
Rubin VanHook, 19, b. KY, parents b. KY, farming
Nancy E. VanHook, 25, b. KY, parents b. KY
Eliza E. VanHook, 5/12, b. December KY

(note - even though Nancy shows up in the follow record as "widow" - Lemuel seems to show up in the 1910 census in Cincinnati with a second wife)

1900 United States Federal Census - Jackson, Jackson Co., Indiana
Nancy Vanhook 45, b. Mar 1855 KY, widow, mother of 5 children, 5 living, wash woman
Ellen Vanhook 20, b. Jan 1880 KY, at college
Estell Vanhook 19, b. May 1881 KY, RR Section
Hellen Vanhook 17, b. Dec 1882 KY, spinning machine
Mandy Vanhook 16, b. Apr 1884 KY, at school
James Vanhook 14, b. Nov 1885 KY, woolen mill 
Family: F4233
 
324 1880 US Census - Pct 6, Pulaski Co., KY
Milton G Rash, 16, b. KY shown living with uncle John Rash

1800 US Census - Benton and Warren, Lucas Co., IA
Milton G Rash, 16, b. KY shown as "servant" in household of Henry M. Miller

1885 Iowa State Census - Warren, Lucas Co., IA
Milton G. Rash, 20, b. KY shown as "farmer" in household of Lafayette Miller (looks to be Henry M. Miller's younger brother)

1900 United States Federal Census - Dale, McLean, Illinois
Name Age
Landon Harris 24
Cora Harris 23
Ella Harris 11/12
Nora Cleritz 17
Milt Rush 35, b. Jun 1865 KY, boarder, farm laborer
Sophia Rush 27, b. Dec 1872 KY
Nannie Rush 11, b. Mar 1889 KY
Lora Rush 9, b. Aug 1890 KY
Walter Rush 6, b. Apr 1894 NE
William Price 22
Marion Klepper 21

1910 US Census - Dist 193, Spokane Ward 3, Spokane Co., WA
Milton G Rash 46, b KY
Sophia Rash 36, b KY
Lora Rash 18, b NE
Walter Rash 16, b NE
Sidney Vanhook 42, b KY (brother in law)

Apparently Milton and Sophia were divorced between 1910 and 1920 as the follow record appears:

1920 US Census - Hilyard, Spokane Co, WA
Milt Rosh, 45, divorced, b. KY

1930 US Census - Spokane, Spokane Co, WA
Milford Rash, 53, widower, b. KY

1940 US Census - Spokane, Spokane Co, WA
Milt Rash, 77, widower, b. KY 
Family: F1884
 
325 1880 US Census - Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Name «tab»Age
Rosana Carroll «tab»33 - b. Ireland
Maggie Carroll «tab»6
James Carroll «tab»4
Mary Carroll «tab»3
Sarah Carroll «tab»1 
Family: F4995
 
326 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F2447
 
327 1880 US Census Marion Twsp, Plymouth Co., IA
David is shown as age 46, Emily age 47 and children: David D., age 15, Sarah L., age 12, and John T., age 9. Their first child was born in Illinois and the other 2 in Iowa, so they moved there between 1865 and 1868. 
Family: F1946
 
328 1880 US Census, Burdine Pct, Pulaski Co., KY - SD 3, ED 91, PG 19

Josiah, 31
Sarah D., 30
Mary F., 6
Rosana E., 4
Margaret E., 2
Louisa, 1 month

1900 US Census, Bent & Nunnully Springs Pct, Pulaski Co., KY - SD 11, ED 117, SH 14B
Joseph, b. Jun 1851, age 48, married 27 years
Dulena, b. Mar 1852, age 48, married 27 years
Louisa, b. Apr 1881, age 19
Lillie, b. May 1888, age 12 
Family: F453
 
329 1880 US Census, Burdine Pct., Pulaski Co., KY
Eli Farmer, 23
Mary G., 20
Leander, 9 months (born Aug) 
Family: F799
 
330 1880 US Census, Districts 1 and 10, Pulaski Co., KY, SD 3, ED 89, PG 33
Alexander Haynes, 22
Nancy Jane, 17

1900 US Census, Rush Branch District, Pulaski Co., KY, SD 11, ED 104, PG 5B
Alex Haynes, 42, July 1857, married 20 years
Nannie J., 35, Mar 1865, married 20 years
John, 19, Mar 1881
Maggie D., 7, Dec 1892
Margaret, 86, Feb 1814 (mother)

Lived next door to Jesse and Margaret Haynes (Alexander's half-brother) in 1880 and 1900 census 
Family: F714
 
331 1880 US Census, Districts 1 and 10, Pulaski Co., KY, SD 3, ED 89, PG 33
Jesse Haynes, 29
Margaret, 22
Eva May, 3
Albert F., 2
Charley, 2 months (born March)

Lived next door to Alexander and Nancy Jane Haynes (Jesse's half-brother)

Kentucky, Death Records, 1852-1953
Name: Jesse Haynes
Death Date: 15 Dec 1938
Age: 88 yrs, 1 mo, 4 days (calculated birth date 11 Nov 1850)
Death Location: Pulaski
Gender: Male
Ethnicity: White
Birth Location: Kentucky
Father's Name: Hizkijah Haynes
Father's Birth Location: Virginia
Mother's Name: Margerett Edwards
Mother's Birth Location: Kentucky 
Family: F761
 
332 1880 US Census, Fairplay, Fannin Co., GA
James L. Gray, 30, farmer, b. GA
Mary A. VanHook, 27, b. GA
Alice E., 5, b. GA
William, 3, b. GA 
Family: F1470
 
333 1880 US Census, Niantic, Macon Co., IL - SD 5, ED 160, PG 11
lists Samuel, 39; Mary A., 31; James, 10; Thomas, 8; Macellus, 5; Ruth A., 2 
Family: F1951
 
334 1892 New York State Census - Dryden, Tompkins Co., NY
Lawrence VanHook, 26, teamster
Nora VanHook, 24
Cora VanHook, 4

1900 US Census - Candor, Tioga Co., NY
(note - index says "John")
James L. VanHook, 36, b. Jul 1863 IA, billiard parlor keeper
Nora VanHook, 34, b. Nov 1865 NY
Cora M. VanHook, 11, b. Dec 1888 NY

1913 Binghamton, NY City Directory
Lawrence J (Norah) VanHook, shwkr (shoeworker)

1914 Binghamton, NY City Directory
John L (Nora E) VanHook, shwkr (shoeworker)

1917 Binghamton, NY City Directory
Johnson City, Broome Co., NY
Jno L (Nora E) VanHook, shwkr (shoeworker)

1920 US Census - Union, Broome Co., NY
both James & Nora were working in a shoe factory
James L Van Hook 56
Nora E Van Hook 50
George W Reynolds 28
Cora M Reynolds 31
Richard L Reynolds 7
Howard D Reynolds 3 [3 6/12]

1920 Binghamton, NY City Directory
Johnson City, Broome Co., NY
Jno L (Nora E) VanHook, shwkr (shoeworker)

1922 Binghamton, NY City Directory
Johnson City, Broome Co., NY
Jno L (Nora E) VanHook, shwkr (shoeworker)

New York, State Census, 1925 - Owego, Tioga
James L Van Hook 62
Nora E Van Hook 56
Richard Reynolds 12
Howard Reynolds 05

1930 United States Federal Census - Owego, Tioga, New York
James Van Hook 66
Nora Van Hook 60
Richard Reynold 17, grandson
Howard Reynold 13, grandson

1940 United States Federal Census - Owego, Tioga, New York
Nara E Van Hook 73, widowed
Richard Reynolds 27

Binghamton Press, Binghamton NY - Monday 5 Apr 1948
Nora VanHook of Owego Dies
"Mrs. Nora E. VanHook, 79, of North Avenue, a lifelong resident of Owega and vicinity, died in Ideal Hospital, Endicott on Saturday.
Funeral will be held at the Segar Funeral Home, Nichols, at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow. The Rev. Clifford A. Elsbree of the Owego Baptist Church will officiate. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery here.
Mrs. VanHook is survived by a sister, Mrs. Nettie Beers, and two grandsons, Richard and Howard Reynolds, all of Owego." 
Family: F3350
 
335 1895 Iowa State Census - Des Moines Ward 2, Polk Co., IA

1900 US Census - Des Moines, Polk Co., IA

1905 Iowa State Census - Des Moines Ward 2, Polk Co., IA

1910 US Census - Columbia, Wapello Co., IA

1915 Iowa State Census - Poweshiek, Jasper Co., IA
Marshal Vanhook, 56, MO, lived in Iowa 56 years, machinist, earned $200 in 1914, father b. VA, mother b. Canada

1925 Iowa State Census - Des Moines Ward 7, Polk Co., IA 
Family: F2450
 
336 1895 Minnesota Territorial and State Census - Roberts, Wilkin Co., MN
(Samuel living with brother Fred)

1900 US Census - Scambler, Otter Tail Co., MN
(Samuel living with father John T.)

1920 US Census - District 212, Anna, Ward Co., ND

1925 North Dakota State Census - Anna, Ward Co., ND

1930 US Census - Dist 60, Ryder, Ward Co., ND
Sam H. living with nephew Earl F. VanHook
Sam's occupation as laborer at service station. Show's "married" but no wife listed. 
Family: F2331
 
337 1900 - PIATT COUNTY, ILLINOIS (EAST PRECINCT OF UNITY TOWNSHIP) ED. 133, SH. 9B, LN. 92,
DWELLING/FAMILY (190/190).

MOOMAU,WM J. HEAD-W-M-NOV 1873-26-M6IL-VA-NH - Blacksmith
JANE S. WIFE-W-F-JAN 1873-27-M6 (4-2)IL-KY-KY
ABBIE DAU -W-F-DEC 1896- 3-SIL-IL-IL
ETHEL N. DAU -W-F-MAR 1900- 2/12-SIL-IL-IL

1910 - CHAMPAIGN COUNTY, ILLINOIS (URBANA TOWNSHIP, URBANA CITY) ED. 38, SH. 17A,
LN. 19, DWELLING/FAMILY (365/391).

MOOMAU,JOHN W. HEAD-M-W-36-M1-WIL-VA-NH
ADDIE DAU -F-W-13-SIL-IL-IL
ETHEL DAU -F-W- 9-SIL-IL-IL
OSIE DAU -F-W- 7-SIL-IL-IL
MARGURITE DAU -F-W- 5-SIL-IL-IL
CLINE,HUGH ROOMER-M-W-19-SIL-IL-IL 
Family: F373
 
338 1900 United States Federal Census - Bent and Nunnelly Springs, Pulaski, Kentucky
Stephen Farmer 42
Roan Farmer 48
Lora B Farmer 8

1910 United States Federal Census - Nunnelly Springs, Pulaski, Kentucky
Stephen Farmer 50
Roanna Farmer 57
Lora B Farmer 18

1920 United States Federal Census - Nunnelly Springs, Pulaski, Kentucky
Steven Farmer 59, divorced

1920 United States Federal Census - Bent, Pulaski, Kentucky
Name «tab»Age
Edgar Hargis «tab»26
Lora Bell Hargis «tab»28
Olive Hargis «tab»6
Rae Farmer «tab»67 [65], mother in law
George P Farmer «tab»40, brother in law

1930 United States Federal Census - District 7, Pulaski, Kentucky
Edgar Hargis 36, head
Lora Hargis 38, wife
Robert C Hargis 9, son
Elcie L Hargis 6, daughter
Stela Bradley 16, daughter
Horland Bradley 18, son-in-law
Stevans Farmer 68, father-in-law, divorced
Roe Farmer 77, mother-in-law, divorced 
Family: F707
 
339 1900 United States Federal Census - Burdine, Pulaski, Kentucky
Jeff Barnes 67, widower
John B Barnes 9 
Family: F4407
 
340 1900 United States Federal Census - Center, Wapello, Iowa
Courey H Farmer 40
Mary Farmer 43
Alfa Farmer 16
Jerry Farmer 14
Samuel Farmer 11
Harry Farmer 5 
Family: F4412
 
341 1900 United States Federal Census - Choteau Creek, Charles Mix, South Dakota
Charles Hayward 35
Katie Hayward 27
Howard Hayward 1
George Johnson 29
James Van Hook 20, servant

1910 United States Federal Census - Choteau Creek, Charles Mix, South Dakota
James Vanhook 29
Frances Vanhook 26
Merle Vanhook 2, son
Edna Vanhook 2/12, daughter
Bessie Petrouek 20, cook
George Kirk 19, farm laborer 
Family: F4368
 
342 1900 United States Federal Census - Civil District 5, Cheatham, Tennessee
D W Vanhook, 27, b. Aug 1872 TN, parents b. TN, farmer
(living on farm or next to sister Miranda and brother-in-law William E. Allen)

1910 United States Federal Census - Civil District 4, Cheatham, Tennessee
David W Vanhook Sr 39
Robirdie B Vanhook 29
William D Vanhook Jr 5
George B Vanhook 4
Carl C Vanhook 2 
Family: F4079
 
343 1900 United States Federal Census - Cleveland Ward 29, Cuyahoga, Ohio
Clara Thompson 40, head
Edith M Thompson 19, daughter
M L Van Hook 46, boarder, widower (married in 1890, married 10 years), b Jun 1853, MO, parents born IA, iron worker
Issabella Lewis 20, boarder
James Dorsey 27, boarder

Note on above: Clara (Maconey) Thompson and McCavender L. VanHook were married in 1903.

"Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XD28-M2P : accessed 29 Nov 2013), Jacob Van Hook in entry for Mccalvander L. Van Hook and Clara Thompson, 09 Jun 1903; citing Lake, Ohio, United States, reference bk 12 p 440; FHL microfilm 974920.
Name: Mccalvander L. Van Hook
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 09 Jun 1903
Event Place: Lake, Ohio, United States
Age: 48
Birth Year (Estimated): 1855
Birthplace: Plattsburg, Mo.
Father's Name: Jacob Van Hook
Mother's Name: Annie Carlis
Spouse's Name: Clara Thompson
Spouse's Age: 41
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated): 1862
Spouse's Birthplace: Penn.
Spouse's Father's Name: Jacob Carmoney
Spouse's Mother's Name: Mary Tice
Reference ID: bk 12 p 440
GS Film Number: 974920
Digital Folder Number: 004017428
Image Number: 00269 
Family: F4419
 
344 1900 United States Federal Census - Crab Orchard, Lincoln, Kentucky
Andrew J Green 51
Balzora Green 43
Alice L Green 18
Florence Green 14
Virgal Green 11
Lula Green 9
Flora Green 7

1910 United States Federal Census - Crawfordsville Ward 1, Montgomery, Indiana
A J Green 36
Belle Green 45
Florence Green 24
Virgil Green 21
Lulu Green 18
Clora Green 15
Agnes Green 9

1920 United States Federal Census - Crawfordville Ward 3, Montgomery, Indiana
Henry F Faust 22, head
Agnes V Faust 18, wife
Valzora (Balzora) Green 63, married, mother-in-law

1930 United States Federal Census - Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana
Balzora Bischof 75, widow
Agnes Faust 28, daughter, divorced
Theda Faust 9, granddaughter 
Family: F1912
 
345 1900 United States Federal Census - Cynthiana, Harrison, Kentucky
Henry H Vanhook 77, head
Eglenline Vanhook 67, wife
Anna E Gossett 25, niece
Capitola Vanhook 40, niece
Henry A Vanhook 18, nephew
Fanny Brown 55, servant
John Brown 16, servant 
Family: F2138
 
346 1900 United States Federal Census - Everett Ward 2, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Julia Fisher 57, head, b. Jun 1843 OH, widow, father b. PA, mother b. NJ
Susan Gaylord 68, sister, b. Aug 1832 OH, widow, father b. PA, mother b. NJ
Catherine F Spaulding 54, sister, b. Nov 1845 OH, widow, father b. PA, mother b. NJ
Clarence D Fisher 25, son, b. Mar 1872 NY, single 
Family: F2418
 
347 1900 United States Federal Census - Everett Ward 2, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Julia Fisher 57, head, b. Jun 1843 OH, widow, father b. PA, mother b. NJ
Susan Gaylord 68, sister, b. Aug 1832 OH, widow, father b. PA, mother b. NJ
Catherine F Spaulding 54, sister, b. Nov 1845 OH, widow, father b. PA, mother b. NJ
Clarence D Fisher 25, son, b. Mar 1872 NY, single 
Family: F2797
 
348 1900 United States Federal Census - Holman, Osceola, Iowa
Note: census very hard to read
Name «tab»Age
???? Van Hook «tab»28
Lena Van Hook «tab»26
Lena R Van Hook «tab»4
Marie Van Hook «tab»2
(daughter) Van Hook «tab»2/12

1910 United States Federal Census - Stratton, Kit Carson, Colorado
Name «tab»Age
Thomas V VanHook «tab»36
Leva O VanHook «tab»35
Leva R VanHook «tab»15
Lela M VanHook «tab»12
Halie VanHook «tab»10
Edna F VanHook «tab»8

1920 United States Federal Census - Denver, Denver, Colorado
Name «tab»Age
Thomas U Van Hook «tab»47
Leva O Van Hook «tab»46
Leva R Van Hook «tab»24
Mina L Van Hook «tab»21
Ilalie Van Hook «tab»19
Fern E Van Hook «tab»17

1930 United States Federal Census - San Francisco, San Francisco, California
Name «tab»Age
Leva O Van Hook «tab»56, widowed
Edna F Van Hook «tab»27, single
Ilalie Van Hook «tab»29, divorced
Jack Buchanan «tab»8, grandson
Orville E Reddington «tab»27, boarder (later married Edna "Fern" VanHook) 
Family: F4774
 
349 1900 United States Federal Census - Juggernaut, Pulaski, Kentucky
George A Farmer 34, b Apr 1866
Alice Farmer 26, b Oct 1873
Lewis E Farmer 5, b Jun 1894
Ethel Farmer 3, b Sep 1896
Willie Farmer 2, b Jul 1897
Hala L Farmer 6/12, b Nov 1899

1910 United States Federal Census - Nunnelly Springs, Pulaski, Kentucky
George A Farmer 42
Alice Farmer 36
Louis E Farmer 15
William S Farmer 12
Haley E Farmer 10
Rosey L Farmer 8
Roscoe T Farmer 5
Cordelia Farmer 0 [4/12]

1920 United States Federal Census - Corbin, Whitley, Kentucky
Name Age
George A Farmen 54 [59]
Alice Farmen 46
William Farmen 22
Haly Farmen 20
Rosie Farmen 17
Roscoe Farmen 15
Audry Farmen 6 [6 2/12]
Mandy Farmen 3 [3 6/12]

1940 United States Federal Census - Whitley, Kentucky
Name Age
George Farmer 73, head
Alice Farmer 66, wife
Manda Farmer 23, daughter
Roscoe Farmer 20, son
Oma Farmer 20, son's wife
Sylvia Farmer 3, granddaughter 
Family: F722
 
350 1900 United States Federal Census - Lesterville, Reynolds, Missouri
Thomas Farmer 47
Emeline Farmer 42
Prior Farmer 21
Marion E Farmer 18
Manda J Farmer 16
Sarah E Farmer 13
Anna B Farmer 8
John F Farmer 6
Minnie M Farmer 3 
Family: F703
 

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