Note: 1850 U.S. Federal Census [see father's listing]
1860 U.S. Federal Census Caldwell County, Kentucky Pollard's Tan Yard District, Page No. 147 & 148 Enumerated by me on the 17the day of July 1860. E. S. Mitchusson, Ass't Marshal. Pollard's Tan Yard Post Office, Sheet No. 151 HH #1094-1094 W. F. Lilly 50 M Farmer $4000 $1325 Virginia Martissa Lilly 49 F Housewife Virginia Sterling Lilly 24 M Farm Laborer Virginia Cassandra Lilly 17 F Seamstress Virginia Roxina Lilly 14 F Virginia Albert Lilly 11 M Virginia Emeline Lilly 9 F Virginia Martissa Lilly 6 F Virginia HH #1095-1095 Mrs. S. Pool 64 F Family Governess $3445 $6425 Alexander Pool 31 M Farm Manager L. Lilly 21 M Farm Laborer Virginia Note: The term "Family Governess" appears to be used for widowed female heads of households. Possible that L. Lilly is the son Marcus DeL. Lilly seen in 1850 age 11.
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Marriage Record Groom name: James B. Lilly Groom race or color (on document): Groom age: 42 years Groom birth year: 1876 Groom birth place: Chicago, Ill Bride name: Elizabeth I. Bovee Bride race or color (on document): Bride age: 36 years Bride birth year: 1882 Bride birth place: Lawton, Mich Marriage type: Marriage date: 29 Jun 1918 Marriage place: Battle Creek, Calhoun, Michigan Father of groom name: Marcus Lilly Mother of groom name: Margaret Lewis Father of bride name: Thomas Bover Mother of bride name: Marital status: Groom previous wife name: Bride marital status: Bride previous husband name: Additional relatives: Film number: 2342725 Frame number: Digital GS number: 4210017 Image number: 449 Reference number: v 1 p 260 rn 583 Collection: Michigan Marriages 1868-1925
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