1940 U.S. Federal Census – Georgia, Walton, Allen, District 147-22
Sheet No. 3A – Enumerated on 8 April 1940
Social Circle Road
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.Continue reading
A Second Look has morphed into a brand new animal. It seems the more I review the research that I’d started back in 2008, the more I discover. Not only regarding my ancestors, but their place(s) in history, and those that they came into contact with.
I’m diving deeper into the rabbit hole by adding my maternal great-grandfather to my A Second Look project. What can I say? I’m a sucker for puzzles, problem solving, and investigating! A journey like this one practically demands it. Whenever I discover something new, I feel like I’ve hit a ridiculously enormous lottery jackpot.
I’ve decided to start with creating a timeline or chronology, as it seems to be most commonly called.
In the midst of my Second Look project, I realized that my maternal grandfather’s history has been totally ignored. So, I took a pause from my intensive Askew research to focus on the lineage of my maternal grandfather, David Terrell, Sr.
The name of my great-grandfather, Robert Terrell was proven with the 1930 and 1940 United States Federal Census. His full name, Robert Lee Terrell, Sr. was found in the U.S Cemetery and Funeral Home Collection. Great for a start, but I still needed to find the names of his parents.