Part 823s – Smith Groh Genealogy – St. Thomas Family – 1900 US Census – Marinette, Wisconsin

06 January 2013

Good Day,

Genealogy is a search of a series of steps that should lead one to an actual goal. From the information I have been able to gather regarding CK’s ggg-grandmother Marie Louise Pariza’s maiden name, St. Thomas, I have been able to find, I believe her St. Thomas family. This data has been provided by the 1900 US Census of Marinette City, Marinette County, Wisconsin.

As of 18 June 1900, the St. Thomas Family lived at 1850 Wisconsin Street in Marinette City.


The St. Thomas family home included gggg-grandparents Lawrence and Mary Louise, their eldest daughter ggg-grandmother Mary (aka Marie) Louise, ggg-grandaunts Anne and Arvilla, and ggg-granduncles Joseph, McGuire, Dennis, Francis, Theodore, and Amos.

The following are copies of the two pages of the 1900 US Census. I have downloaded copies from Ancestry.com.



I have included my Clooz 3.0 Reports; CUSWI000013 and CUSWI000014 with the extracted St. Thomas information.



As the first four members, including gggg-grandparents Lawrence and Mary Louise, ggg-grandmother Mary Louise, and ggg-granduncle Joseph are all listed as being born in Canada, somewhere, I’m sure I will be busy with the search and research. It is enumerated on the 1900 US Census that the St. Thomas Family had immigrated to the United States in 1881.

My next detail is to create a new St. Thomas Family Descendant Chart. Stay-tuned.

Enjoy,

Jim

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