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Sources
1. Title:   The Penick Papers (a Sims family compilation)
Page:   pg. 18
Author:   Penick, George R. Jr., comp.
Publication:   compiled in 1978-1980

Notes
a. Note:   1870 U.S. Federal Census [see father's listing]
  1880 U.S. Federal Census [see father's listing]
  1900 U.S. Federal Census searching....not with widowed mother; when did he go to Illinois?
  1910 U.S. Federal Census Cook County, Illinois Sims, Anthony U. G. attendant 45 single WV VA VA attendant U.S. Marine Hospital (1-11B in file)
  1920 U.S. Federal Census Cook County, Illinois Sims, A. U. G. boarder 52 widowed WV VA VA Orderly hospital wage (1477-10B in file)
  1930 U.S. Federal Census Cook County, Illinois Sims, Anthony U. G. lodger abt 1865 WV VA VA guard U.S.V. Bureau wage (1808-2A in file)
  Certificate of Death Name: Anthony U.G. Sims alias James G. Symmes Sex: Male Death Date: 08 Dec 1931 Death Place: Cabell, West Virginia Age at Death: Burial Place: Burial Date: Cemetery: Funeral Home: Birth Date: Birth Place: Marital Status: single Spouse: not applicable Occupation: chemist Address: 1304 9th Avenue, Huntington, West Virginia Residence: Huntington, West Virginia Mother: Mary Johnson Mother's Birth Place: Father: Washington Sims Father's Birth Place: Informant: Mrs. Anna Pribble (in file)
  He never married. [Source: George R. Penick Jr. in his compilation page 18]
  Why is he listed as "alias James G. Symmes" on his death certificate? From 1910 to 1930 he was found in the Cook County, Illinois census listed as Anthony U. G. Sims.


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