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CENSUS-1891 - Robert Rowland VanValkenburg--MaryJane McKivor
CENSUS-1891 - Robert Rowland VanValkenburg--MaryJane McKivor
Elgin,Frederick White,Robert,Alice,John,Steward
Asenath VanValkenburg(Vosburgh)(widow)
Kennebec,Addington,Ontario-PG 2 of 2 
 
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CENSUS-1891 - Sylvester VanValkenburg(widower)
CENSUS-1891 - Sylvester VanValkenburg(widower)
Mary H.,John
Kennebec,Addington,Ontario 
 
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CENSUS-1900 - Adelaide VanValkenburg(Foster)-widowed
CENSUS-1900 - Adelaide VanValkenburg(Foster)-widowed
George W.,Frederick Denver,Charles Russell,Clara Maud
Detroit,Wayne,Michigan

Adelaide is widowed and living with her brother in Detroit between 1891 and 1895 after they Woodstock, ON after 1891  
 
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CENSUS-1900 - L.D. VanVolkenburgh and J.D. VanVolkenburgh
CENSUS-1900 - L.D. VanVolkenburgh and J.D. VanVolkenburgh
Living in two seperate households (on the same page of the census)
Hamilton, Caldwell Co., Missouri, USA 
 
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CENSUS-1900- Eben T. Smith--Ada Smith
CENSUS-1900- Eben T. Smith--Ada Smith
Leslie D., Ida E., Lura A., Eben W., Martha R., Byron E., Eula B., Rowena L.
Union Twp., Daviess Co., Missouri, USA  
 
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CENSUS-1901 - Flora VanValkenburg(Lauzau)-widowed
CENSUS-1901 - Flora VanValkenburg(Lauzau)-widowed
Woodstock,Oxford,Ontario

Flora is living with her daughter and husband. William Rowe--Angeline VanValkenburg 
 
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CENSUS-1910 - Adelaide VanValkenburg(Foster)-widowed
CENSUS-1910 - Adelaide VanValkenburg(Foster)-widowed
Charles Russell
Detroit,Wayne,Michigan

Also living with Adelaide is her youngest daughter and her husband and their oldest son. Edward Hutchinson--Clara Maud VanValkenburg and their son Roy.

 
 
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CENSUS-1910 - Frank Howard VanValkenburg--Annie VanCoverden,Detroit,Wayne,Michigan
CENSUS-1910 - Frank Howard VanValkenburg--Annie VanCoverden,Detroit,Wayne,Michigan
Living in Detroit with Frank and first wife's(Ann Gilmore) son George Howard VanValkenburg 
 
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CENSUS-1910 - Frederick Denver Van Valkenburg--Lillian Tower
CENSUS-1910 - Frederick Denver Van Valkenburg--Lillian Tower
Detroit,Wayne,Michigan

Lillian and Frederick were married on March 4, 1909. Their infant daughter Mary died June 03, 1912 and was only one day old. Frederick and Lillian divorced sometime before 1920. 
 
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CENSUS-1910 - John Herman Doxtator--Lydia Jane Switzer
CENSUS-1910 - John Herman Doxtator--Lydia Jane Switzer
Gladwin,Gladwin Co.,Michigan 
 
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CENSUS-1911 - William Rowe--Angeline VanValkenburg
CENSUS-1911 - William Rowe--Angeline VanValkenburg
Woodstock,Oxford,Ontario 
 
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CENSUS-1916 - James Henry Vanvoltenburg--Estella Wright
CENSUS-1916 - James Henry Vanvoltenburg--Estella Wright
with children: Glen, Joseph, Edwin, Silva, Earl
Indian Head, Saskatchewan 
 
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CENSUS-1920 - Frederick Denver Van Valkenburg--Catherine Schweizer
CENSUS-1920 - Frederick Denver Van Valkenburg--Catherine Schweizer
Denver, Helen Jeffrey(Catherine's daughter from her marriage to John Francis Jeffrey)
Detroit,Wayne,Michigan 
 
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CENSUS-1920 - George Howard VanValkenburg--Barbara Kizour,Chicago,Cook,Illinois
CENSUS-1920 - George Howard VanValkenburg--Barbara Kizour,Chicago,Cook,Illinois
1920 census shows George living with his wife Barbara and her parents in Chicago, Illinois 
 
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CENSUS-1930 - Frederick Denver VanValkenburg--Catherine Schweizer
CENSUS-1930 - Frederick Denver VanValkenburg--Catherine Schweizer
Denver,Raymond
Also living with them are Raymond Wersen--Helen Jeffrey, Catherine's daughter from her marriage to John Francis Jeffrey and Helen's husband
Detroit,Wayne,Michigan 
 
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CENSUS-1930 - George Howard VanValkenburg--Barbara E. Kizour,Royal Oak,Oakland,Michigan
CENSUS-1930 - George Howard VanValkenburg--Barbara E. Kizour,Royal Oak,Oakland,Michigan
 
 
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CENSUS-1930 - John Herman Doxtator--Lydia Jane Switzer
Allan H.,Ethel Irene,Marion A.,LaVerne R.,Sylvia R.
Petoskey,Emmett Co.,Michigan
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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CENSUS-1940 - Donald W. Moore(VV)--Margaret Houle, Port Huron, St.Clair, Michigan
CENSUS-1940 - Donald W. Moore(VV)--Margaret Houle, Port Huron, St.Clair, Michigan
Here with first wife Maraget Houle and children Laura Ann and Patricia

The son of George W. VanValkenburg--Grace McDonald Duff. George and Grace were divorced and Grace's new husband, a Fitzwilliams, did not want to have all three of Grace's sons around - Donald, George, Howard Allen. Donald and George were adopted out to a Moore family and Howard Allen was raised by Grace as a Fitwilliams. 
 
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CENSUS-1940 - Frederick Denver VanValkenburg--Catherine Schweizer
CENSUS-1940 - Frederick Denver VanValkenburg--Catherine Schweizer
Denver,Raymond
Detroit,Wayne,Michigan 
 
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CENSUS-1940 - George Howard VanValkenburg--Sylvia Karr,Detroit,Wayne, Michigan
CENSUS-1940 - George Howard VanValkenburg--Sylvia Karr,Detroit,Wayne, Michigan
 
 
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Francis L. VanValkenburgh in 1850 Census - 3rd ward, New York City, NY
Francis L. VanValkenburgh in 1850 Census - 3rd ward, New York City, NY
Born Canada, living at a hotel in NYC, he later ran a hotel in Poughkeepsie and his son William b. in NYC in 1858. 
 
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Francis L. VV with wife Mary B. VV and son, in 1860 Federal Census, Poughkeepsie, NY
Francis L. VV with wife Mary B. VV and son, in 1860 Federal Census, Poughkeepsie, NY
Canadian-born Francis is the co-keeper of the Poughkeepsie Hotel. 
 
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John F. Doolittle, 'clerk in drug store' on 1920 Census, Auburn, NY.
John F. Doolittle, "clerk in drug store" on 1920 Census, Auburn, NY.

John Doolittle is living as a boarder at 148 Wall St., Auburn, "single". His marriage notice in 1918 stated he was an employee of Edwin F. Parker. Attached is a description of Parker's shopping emporium at the block at 146-148 Wall St., so John would have been living above the store. His employer Edwin Parker's home was next to the emporium, as shown on the same census.  
 

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