The 1950 United States Census file for my paternal uncle, Edward R. Seaver, was present in Leominster, Worcester County, Massachusetts, ED 14-245, Sheet #5 (taken 3 April 1950), residing at 104 Walnut Avenue:
The Seaver family is in traces 3 to six:
The data entered for every individual on this family is:
* Line 3 – 104 Walnut Avenue, dwelling #48, not a farm, not on 3+ acres
** Line 3 – Edward R Seaver, head of family, white, male, age 36, married, born Mass[achusetts], labored final week, labored 44 hours final week, an assistant supervisor, works in plastic firm, a non-public agency
** Line 4 – Janet R Seaver, Spouse, white, feminine, age 37, married, born Massachusetts, holding home, didn’t work, didn’t search for work, doesn’t have a job, [Sample line] lived in similar home a 12 months in the past, father born US, mom born US, attended school 4 years, completed that grade, over 30 years, did no work final 12 months, had no revenue final 12 months.
** Line 5 – Peter R Seaver, son, white, male, age 7, by no means married, born New Hampshire,
** Line 6 – Joan Seaver – daughter, white feminine, age 2, by no means married, born Massachusetts,
The supply quotation for this household is:
1950 U.S. Federal Census, Worcester County, Massachusetts, Leominster, ED 14-245, Sheet 5, Family 48, Traces 3-6, resided 104 Walnut Avenue, Edward R Seaver family; listed database with file photographs, U.S., Nationwide Archives, 1950 Census (https://1950census.archives.gov/ : accessed 1 April 2022).
Edward Richmond Seaver (1913-2004) was my father’s brother, son of Frederick Walton and Alma Bessie (Richmond) Seaver. He married Janet Arlene Roukes (1912-2002) in 1940 in Leominster, Massachusetts. They’d two kids – Peter and Joan.
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