Re: Local Boy asking for help!!
I can not find a mention of any DAY burials in the Haworth Cemetery or the Bokhoma Cemetery.There a few smaller cemeteries in that area that have yet to be cataloged ... maybe one of them?
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Checking my census files, I also see that there is no record of the family in Oklahoma in 1910, however, the Texas file has them still in Bowie County.
1910 census for Enumeration District 12, 2-Pct (New Boston voting area), Bowie County, Texas [census page 273A]:
Day, Joe M.39TX
Yancie (son) 9TX
Annie May (dau)7TX
Sussie B. (dau)5TX
Note:Handwriting on the 1910 and 1920 census reports is terrible.I am printing what is my best guess in how the census taker spelled the entry.
In 1920, the census report shows the family inMcCurtain County (minus the father).
1920 census for Frisco District, McCurtain County, Oklahoma:
Saddie M.3TXdau(the entry has either 3 3/12 or 3 8/12 shown ... can't read the fraction well)
They are no longer found in McCurtain County in 1930, but seem to be back in Texas.
1930 census for Greenville, Hunt Co., Texas:
Carl10OKson(where'd he come from?)
REID, Hazel22TXdau(seems that Mozelle married a Reid and returned to the mother for some reason)
Sorry I can't help any further.