Hello, thanx for the reply. I have seen this same census record before, the only problem is that the family in this record is listed as black, and my great grandfather and his mother were white. There is another census record for Fulton,co in 1900, with a Susie Stevens listed as the head of household, and a two year old son listed as Percy. Since she named him Princeton, I'm thinking that Percy was maybe her pet name for him. They are the only two people in the house, and Susie is a widow, with her occupation as authoress (periodicals). I have found quite a few census records for this period in the southern states, with families who have similar names and dates of birth, but they are always black. This is why I'm assuming that the above record must be them, it's the only one that comes close, with them both being listed as white. On later census records, where I'm sure it's him because he is married to my great grandmother, he does list his and his father's place of birth as Louisiana, as well as on my grandmother's birth certificate. He has become my brick wall. Thanx again for looking into it, I appreciate it.