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  • ID: I177060
  • Name: James Wesley MCCOOL 1 2
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 18 DEC 1884 in Pickens Co., AL
  • Death: 14 OCT 1957 in Pickens Co., AL
  • Burial: Zion Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Pickens Co., AL

    Father: Francis Marion MCCOOL b: 10 OCT 1844 in Pickens Co., AL
    Mother: Sarah Elizabeth NABORS b: 3 MAR 1849 in Alabama

    Marriage 1 Eleanor Elizabeth GEER b: 17 SEP 1886 in Palmetto, Pickens Co., AL
    • Married: 19 JUL 1905
    1. Has Children Robert Lester MCCOOL b: 29 SEP 1906 in Gordo, Pickens Co., AL
    2. Has No Children William Jackson MCCOOL b: 24 JAN 1908 in Pickens Co., AL
    3. Has No Children Martha Avelen MCCOOL b: 29 MAR 1909 in Pickens Co., AL
    4. Has Children Vernon Lewis MCCOOL b: 1 JUN 1910 in Pickens Co., AL
    5. Has Children James Dewey MCCOOL b: 18 MAR 1914 in Pickens Co., AL
    6. Has Children Gilbert Bales MCCOOL b: 24 DEC 1916 in Pickens Co., AL
    7. Has Children Eulie Emizare MCCOOL b: 19 JAN 1920 in Pickens Co., AL
    8. Has No Children Living MCCOOL
    9. Has No Children Living MCCOOL
    10. Has Children Albert Franklin MCCOOL b: 20 JUN 1925 in Pickens Co., AL
    11. Has No Children Living MCCOOL

    Marriage 2 Lula HARRIS b: 16 DEC 1891
    • Married: 9 MAR 1941

    1. Title: 1910 U. S. Federal Census
      Author: [database on-line]
      Publication: Prove, UT: Operations, Inc., 2006
      Note: The 1910 census is available on Soundex as well as copies of the original records. Schedules included dwelling and family numbers, county, town, street and house number, whether the home was owned or rented, whether free of mortgage, and whether the dwelling was a farm or house. The name, race, sex, month and year of birth, age, place of birth and relationship to the head of household are listed for each person who lived in the dwelling on April 15, 1910. Also requested are marital status, number of years married, how many children born to the mother, number of these children still living; mother and father's place of birth, year of immigration to the U.S., naturalized or alien; occupation, nature of trade, employer, worker or own account, number of months not employed; whether attended school, can read and write, and language spoken; whether blind or deaf mute. This census also asks if an indivdual is a veteran of the Civil War.
      Name of each person in household.
      Relationship to head of household
      Color or race
      Age at last birthday
      Marital status
      # of years married
      Total # of children born of the mother
      # of those children living
      Place of birth of each person
      Parent names of each person
      If the person was foreign born
      Year of immigration Citizenship status of foreign born over age 21 Language spoken
      Type of industry employed in
      Whether employer, employee, or self-employed
      # of weeks unemployed in 1909 if applicable
      Could person read, and write
      Attend daytime school since 1 sept 1909
      Whether home is owned or rented
      Whether home is on a farm
      Whether home is mortgaged
      Veteran of the Union or Confederate army or navy
      Blind in both eyes or deaf and dumb
      [researched by Samuel Taylor Geer]
      Note: Taken: 15 Apr 1910 (Completion within 30 days); researched by Samuel Taylor Geer
      Media: Official Document
      Text: [database on-line], (Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006), Census Place: Shelton, Pickens, Alabama; Roll: T624_30; p. 7B; Enumeration District: 91; Image: 695
    2. Title: 1930 U. S. Federal Census
      Author: [database on-line]
      Publication: Provo, UT: Operations Inc., 2002.
      Note: Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1930. T626, 2,667 rolls.

      The following questions were asked by enumerators for all states and territories excepting Alaska: Name of street, avenue road, etc.; house number; number of dwelling in order of visitation; number of family in order of visitation; name of each person whose place of abode was with the family; relationship of person enumerated to the head of the family; whether home owned or rented; value of home if owned; if rented, monthly rental; whether family owned a radio set; whether family owned a farm; sex; color or race; age at last birthday; whether single, married, widowed, or divorced; age at first marriage; whether attended school or college any time since 1 September 1929; whether able to read or write; person's place of birth; father's place of birth; mother's place of birth; language spoken in home before immigration; year of immigration to United States; whether naturalized or alien; whether able to speak English; trade, profession, or particular kind of work done; industry, business, or establishment in which at work; whether employer, salary or wage worker, or working on own account; whether actually at work the previous work day; if not, line number on unemployment schedule (which no longer exist); whether veteran of U.S. military or naval forces, if yes, which war or expedition; number on farm schedule. Note, the Alaskan schedule contained fewer questions and that the microfilm images may have defects that affect legibility. The original schedules have been destroyed.
      [researched by Samuel Taylor Geer]
      Note: Begun April 2, 1930, although the official start date was April 1, 1930 with the exception of Alaska, where the official start date was October 1, 1929; researched by Samuel Taylor Geer
      Media: Official Document
      Text: [database on-line], (Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2002), Census Place: Shelton, Pickens, Alabama; Roll: 46; p. 2A; Enumeration District: 1; Image: 5.0.
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