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Hazel Nicholson

F, #4150, b. circa 1903

Census Events

Witness28 April 1910Hazel Nicholson appeared on the census of 28 April 1910 in the household of William Laird Nicolson and Ann Stewart Fairweather at Plainfield, Union, New Jersey, USA; Unreadable street name, no 220, Nicholson, William, head, male, white, 39 on last birthday, married for 17 years; born Scotland, father born Scotland, mother born Scotland; able to speak English; occupation moulder, iron factory, worker... no... 0; able to read, able to write, property rented, is a home; Nicholson, Annie, wife, female, white, 38 last birthday, married 17 years, mother of 4 children, 4 children living, born Scotland, father born Scotland, mother born Scotland; able to speak English; can read, can write; McDonald, David, boarder, male, white, 28, single, himself & parents all born Scotland; immigrated 1908, alien, able to speak English; occupation machinist, tool works, worker, not unemployed, 0 months unemployed; able to read, able to write; Gorden, David, boarder, male, white, 28, single, himself & parents all born Scotland; immigrated 1908, alien, able to speak English; occupation machinist, tool works, worker, not unemployed, 0 months unemployed; able to read, able to write.1
Witness19 January 1920Hazel Nicholson appeared on the census of 19 January 1920 in the household of William Laird Nicolson and Ann Stewart Fairweather at 88 Chester Pike, Collingdale, Delaware, Pennsylvania, USA; image held; Department of Commerce - Bureau of the Census, Fourteenth Census of the United States: 1920 - Population; State Pennsylvania, County Delaware, township or other division of county Eastern District, name of incorporated place Collingdale Borough, supervisor's district no 2, enumeration district 154, sheet 16B, enumerated by me on the 19 day of January 1920 W Clayton Hartman enumerator; Nicholson, William L, head, home owned, mortgaged, male, white, 50 married, immigrated 1893, naturalised 1900, able to read, able to write, born Scotland, mother tongue English, father born Scotland, mother tongue English, mother born Scotland, mother tongue English, able to speak English, ships fitter, shipyard, worker; Nicholson, Annie S, wife, female, white, 50 married, immigrated 1893, able to read, able to write, born Scotland, mother tongue English, father born Scotland, mother tongue English, mother born Scotland, mother tongue English, able to speak English.
Last Edited: 27 Apr 2010

Parents:

Father*: William Laird Nicolson b. 2 Apr 1869, d. a 10 Apr 1930
Mother*: Ann Stewart Fairweather b. 9 Apr 1866, d. a 10 Apr 1930

Citations

  1. [S9] Website Ancestry.co.uk (www.ancestry.co.uk) image held; Thirteenth census of the United States 1910-population; State - New Jersey; County - Union; Supervisor's district no - 5; Enum Dist - 100; Sheet - 17B;Township or other division -blank; Name of Institution - blank; name of incorporated place - part of City of Plainfield; Ward of city - 4 part; Enumnerated by me on the 28th day of April 19100, John E Watson, Enumerator.
    Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Plainfield Ward 4, Union, New Jersey; Roll: T624_910; Page: 17B; Enumeration District: 0100; Image: 1126; FHL Number: 1374923. Source Information: Ancestry.com. 1910 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006. [Oct 2009]