The 1910 census lists daughter Enda R age 22 living with them.The 1900 census lists Kate (born NY) with 6 children including Edna Montague, Muskegon, Michigan
The only issue with Naturalization Papers that old is that they may ONLY give his country of origin and not the town/village.And if his father was Naturalized when Dick was a minor then Dick would have received his Citizenship by virtue of the fact that his father became a Citizen.
Perhaps this is Richard's Death Cert info Name: Richard Hall Event Type: Death Event Date: 22 Feb 1924 Event Place: Traverse City, Grand Traverse, Michigan, United States Gender: Male Age: 71 Marital Status: Widowed Birth Date: 11 Mar 1852 Birthplace: Holland Birth Year (Estimated): 1853 Father's Name: Mother's Name: GS Film number: 1972717 Digital Folder Number: 005237557
Yes he should show up on a ship manifest.BUT you need to know his "real name" in order to search.
Checking Ancestry database for arrivals between 1854-1856 for males age 0 - 10 from Holland (Dutch) finds over 400 arriving at the port of NY, plus a few at Baltimore and New OrleansAmong the listings I find the name HOLL
There is a Von Holl family found in the 1870 Grand Haven census
HOLL is also found in the Netherland's Ancestry database
Also in addition the some census records listing Holland as Kate's birthplace... what appears to be her obit also lists Holland as her birthplace
Name: Catherine Hall Birth Date: abt 1852 Birth Place: Holland Death Date: 9 Jan 1917 Death Place: Montagoe, Muskegon, Michigan Death Age: 65 Occupation: Housewife Race: White Marital Status: Married Gender: Female FHL Film Number: 1320185
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