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Charles Lenson Landrum

1880 United States Census for District 1, Beat 1, Wayne, Mississippi
Family History Library Film 1254668, NA Film Number T9-0668 , Page Number 309D
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
J. W. MCKINZIA Self M Male W 28 AL Laborer AL AL
Indiana MCKINZIA Wife M Female W 24 MS Keeping House GA MS
F. E. MCKINZIA Dau S Female W 2 MS AL MS
M. J. MCKINZIA Dau S Female W 5M AL AL MS
A. A. MCKINZIA Brother S Male W 22 AL Laborer AL AL
C. L. LANDRUM Other S Male W 18 MS Laborer MS MS


Charles Lenson Landrum

1880 United States Census for District 1, Beat 1, Wayne, Mississippi
Family History Library Film 1254668, NA Film Number T9-0668 , Page Number 309D
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
J. W. MCKINZIA Self M Male W 28 AL Laborer AL AL
Indiana MCKINZIA Wife M Female W 24 MS Keeping House GA MS
F. E. MCKINZIA Dau S Female W 2 MS AL MS
M. J. MCKINZIA Dau S Female W 5M AL AL MS
A. A. MCKINZIA Brother S Male W 22 AL Laborer AL AL
C. L. LANDRUM Other S Male W 18 MS Laborer MS MS


Neiver Arrant

Neva told her granddaughter, Barbara Frost, about her education. When she was 4 years old, an older sibling had to take her to school to watch her. One day, Neva told the principal she wanted to attend school. He told her she was too young. She told him she could spell "elephant". She then sat in the principal's lap and proceed to spell "elephant." The principal was so impressed that he allowed her to attend school from that day on. She attended school for 3-4 years before having to dropout. Barbara said after she turned 18, her grandmother wrote her about six times per year until her death.


Neiver Arrant

Neva told her granddaughter, Barbara Frost, about her education. When she was 4 years old, an older sibling had to take her to school to watch her. One day, Neva told the principal she wanted to attend school. He told her she was too young. She told him she could spell "elephant". She then sat in the principal's lap and proceed to spell "elephant." The principal was so impressed that he allowed her to attend school from that day on. She attended school for 3-4 years before having to dropout. Barbara said after she turned 18, her grandmother wrote her about six times per year until her death.


Jeanette Rosalie Landrum

Another Birth Date: January 1870.