1930 U.S. Federal Census – Georgia, Fulton, Atlanta, District 0137
Sheet No. 28B – Enumerated on 14 April 1930
Eden SE – X marks the house number
In April of 1930, my grandfather, Lish Askew and his first wife, Mary (MNU) were living on Eden SE. No house number was recorded.
1940 U.S. Federal Census – Georgia, DeKalb, Emory, District 44-16
Sheet No. 61A – Enumerated on 4 April 1940
Briarcliff Road – No house number
In April of 1940, my grandfather, Lish and his second wife, Lady Beatrice (Ingram) were living with the family of his niece and nephew, Ross and Bertha Dabney.
The frustration over my great-grandfather’s cause of death not being documented on his death certificate had been brewing for three years.
Certified copy of the death certificate for William Askew.
Date: Jan 24 2017
In May of 1815 Edgecombe County court records recorded Artis Clark (Clark Artis), an eight-year-old “girl of color” as being bound as an Apprentice to Josiah Askew. He entered into a bond of $500.
My “A Second Look” project has moved on to the 1840 United States Federal Census for Josiah Askew II.