Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Treasure Chest Tuesday - 1920 U.S. Census Record for Nicholas Brocke Family in Latah County, Idaho

This week's Tuesday treasure is the 1920 United States Census record for the Nicholas Brocke family enumerated in Kendrick, Latah County, Idaho:

The Brocke family:

The extracted information includes:

*  Nicholas Brocke - head, owns home free of mortgage, male, white, age 65, married, born Michigan, father born Germany, mother born Germany, able to speak English, a janitor, works in lodge hall, a wage worker
*  Annie Brocke - wife, female, white, age 60, married, born in Missouri, father born Germany, mother born Germany, able to speak English, no occupation.

The family below the Brockes are the family of Harland and Caroline (Brocke) Wilcox;  Caroline is the daughter of Nicholas and Annie (Grieser) Brocke.  

The source citation for this census record is:

1920 United States Federal Census, Latah County, Idaho, population schedule, Kendrick Precinct, Enumeration District 118, Page 7B (stamped), Dwelling # 150, Family #158, digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 29 May 2012); citing National Archives Microfilm Publication T625, Roll 292.

Nicholas and Anna (Grieser) Brocke are my wife's great-grandparents, Their fifth child, Amelia Anna Brocke (1884-1975), who married Severt Leland in 1904 in Montana, is my wife's paternal grandmother. 

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