Part 738p – Smith Groh Genealogy – 1910 Census – GGGG Grandparents William H. and Arvilla L. Placeway - Pinckney, Michigan

22 July 2012

Good Day,

I have spent the day, apart from attacking the jungle that is slowly creeping from the conservation area behind our house, searching and researching documentation specific to our Placeway Family Line.

Yesterday's street flooding reached the highest yet. I think I have to find a deal on a good gondola.

GGG-Grandfather Brayton C. Placeway’s parents were CK’s GGGG-Grandparents William H. and Arvilla L. Placeway.

First on the docket of complimentary data and information is the 1910 US Census from Pinckney Village of Putnam Township in the County of Livingston, Michigan. GGGG-Grandparents William H. and Arvilla L. Placeway’s home was on Unadilla Street.


Not that I consider myself uninformed, I had no clue of the street name, “Unadilla”. And I had to look it up… From Wikipedia, the word Unadilla is derived from an Iroquois word for “meeting place”. How apropos… There are similar locations called Unadilla in California, Georgia, Nebraska, New York, and of course, Michigan. There is also a Unadilla snout moth.

And back to the genealogy at hand. Here is the image of the 1910 US Census in which I have highlighted gggg-grandparents William H. and Arvilla L. Placeway.


The source is The National Archives: Thirteenth Census of the United States, 1910 (NARA microfilm publication T624, 1, 1,178 rolls) from the Records of the Bureau of the Census, Records Group 29 in Washington, DC. I have downloaded the actual copy from the Ancestry.com 1910 United States Census Federal Census online database.

Enjoy,

Jim

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