THE 1920’s (Side A-3)

So I was able to find the Harris family living and working on a farm that they rented in Lower Chanceford, York, Pennsylvania. Their family of seven consisted of two parents and five children. The entire family was listed as Mulatto which may have just been the norm at the time.

1920 US Census, Lower Chanceford, York, PA1920UnitedStatesFederalCensusForMaryEHarris

Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Lower Chanceford, York, Pennsylvania; Roll: T625_1667; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 70; Image: 1026.

Who was in the house? Benson S. 29, Mary E. 30, Helen E. 7, Edith P. 5, Anna 5, George S. 2{2 9/12}, Marion K. {0 9/12}

Going Forward 1930: – (Benson 40, Mary 40, Helen 17, Edith 15, Anna 14, Marian 11, Roy 6, Clara 5, James {2 11/12}, Lucy J 0 {4/12})

Going Forward 1940: – (Benson 50, Mareyetta 51, Helen 27, Edeth 25, Marion 21, Sareh 18, Clara 14, Ray 16, James 12, Lucy 10, Kenneth Jordan 8, Rass Harris 48)

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