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From: "Honor Conklin" <>
Subject: Re: [GEN-NYS] Help on reading census handwriting
Date: Tue, 19 Jul 2011 07:59:51 -0400
References: <5308B0E5-C7E5-466D-8590-07DCFDD27970@gmail.com>
In-Reply-To: <5308B0E5-C7E5-466D-8590-07DCFDD27970@gmail.com>


It is the same occupation as # 24 and 25. Liveryman in a livery stable.

Honor

>>> Ted Page <> 7/18/2011 11:18 PM >>>
Hi List,

I'm trying to figure out the occupation which is handwritten not very clearly.
Begins with 'L' and maybe ends with 'g.' Then there's another word. Also, in the
type of industry column - can't read that either.

Wondering if there is an expert on 1910 occupations out there that might be able to help out.

The census is the 1910 Brick, Ocean, New Jersey for Wm E Palmer, image #15 of 31, line 6.

Ted in FL

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