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1. Title:   My Mother Was A Rupe
Author:   Everette L. McGrew
Publication:   revised August 2000
2. Title:   U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014 (database)
Publication:   citing Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index, Master File

Notes
a. Note:   1920 U.S. Federal Census Kanawha County, West Virginia Hughes Creek, Cabin Creek Magisterial District Enumeration Dstrict No. 79, Sheet No. 7B Enumerated the 12th day of January, 1920, John M. Tucker, enumerator. HH #38 Roop, G. W. head rents M W 59 married can read & write VA VA VA speaks English Farmer, farm, own accout Roop, N. E. wife F W 59 married WV VA WV speaks English none Roop, July daughter F W 22 single can read & write WV WV WV speaks English; none Roop, Hallie daughter F W 20 single can read & write WV WV WV speaks English; none Bess, Flavl grandson M W 1 single WV WV WV none (poss. Flavil Schultz, s/o Hallie and Charles Schultz) Roop, Floyd grandson M W 2 single WV WV WV none (poss. Floyd Hapney, s/o Julia and Lemon Hapney) Note: According to Everette L. McGrew's compilation "My Mother Was A Rupe" both Julia and Hallie were married before 1920. Julia had a son Floyd b. 1917 and Hallie had a son Flavil b. 1918. (79-7B in file)
  1930 U.S. Federal Census [see father's listing] Note: this census listing indicates that Flavil's parents were married only 3 years in 1930. Is it possible that Charles is not his father? In 1920 he was listed as Flavil Bess.


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