Did Earl & Mary have any children??? Follow the children.
Census taker may have listed only the 1st initials for the entire family.
OR John & Mary may have used their middle names??
1910 - Name: Earl Greer Age in 1910: 28 Birth Year: 1882 Birthplace: Tennessee Home in 1910: Godair, Pemiscot, Missouri Race: White Gender: Male Relation to Head of House: Stepfather [Step Father] Marital Status: Married Father's Birthplace: Tennessee Mother's Birthplace: Tennessee
Thomas Gibson 25, KY Leona Gibson 17, MO married 3 yr Earl Greer 28, TN - listed as "s/father"???; married 8 yrs John Greer 6, MO Ora Lee Greer 3, MO Morcus Lathom 12, MO - b/inlaw to Thomas
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- - Birth & Death records for Missouri began in 1910 - -
MO death record - Earl Greer d. July 18, 1911 Dunklin, county father's name - John Greer, TN mother's name - Leu Dollar, TN cause - typhoid fever & malaria
IF John & Lau Greer moved to IT [Indian Terr.] they will not be counted in the 1880 census.
General Information – 1880 census Colorado was the only state admitted to the Union between 1870 and 1880, bringing the total to 38 states. Eight territories were enumerated: Arizona, Dakota, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Utah, Washington and Wyoming territories. Unorganized Alaska was enumerated, but the "Indian Territory" was not enumerated for non-Indians. Unlike any previous censuses, after microfilming, the original 1880 census schedules for several states were transferred from the National Archives to various state archives, state libraries, or universities libraries. Only the original 1880 schedules for Pennsylvania remain at the National Archives. Several originals were later transferred to the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution in Washington, D.C.