1930 is the last available searchable census at this time.
1920 - Name: Cap L Lane Age: 52 Birth Year: abt 1868 Birthplace: Texas Home in 1920: Chelsea, Rogers, Oklahoma Race: White < < < < < < << Gender: Male Relation to Head of House: Head Marital Status: Married Spouse's Name: Maude Lane Father's Birthplace: Tennessee Mother's Birthplace: Tennessee Home owned: Own Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes
Cap L Lane 52, TX - farmer Maude Lane 50, OK Ethel Lane 23, OK Lasca Lane 14, OK
Name: Cap L Lane Event: Application Tribe: Cherokee Group: Cherokee By Blood Case Number: 5630 Status: NARA Publication Title: Applications for Enrollment of the Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes, 1898-1914 NARA Publication Number: M1301 NARA Roll Number: 216
1900 - Name: Cap L Lane Age: 32 Birthplace: Texas Home in 1900: Chelsea, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory Race: White Gender: Male Relation to Head of House: Head Spouse's Name: Maud Lane Occupation:
Cap L Lane 32, 11/67 TX - druggist Maud Lane 20, 11/69 IT [Indian Terr] Estelle Lane 7, 9/92 IT Ethel Lane 5, 12/94 IT Gunter Lane 3, 5/97 IT ++
name: William Penn Adair "Will" Rogers gender: Male birth: 04 NOV 1879 Oologah, Indian Territory, Claremore County, Oklahoma death: 15 AUG 1935 Plane crash with Wiley Post, Point Barrow, Barrow County, Alaska
NOTE - General Information – 1870 census Four new states were added to the Union between 1860 and 1870 for a total of 37 states: Kansas, West Virginia, Nevada and Nebraska. In addition, six new territories were created: Dakota Territory, Colorado Territory, Arizona Territory, Idaho Territory, Montana Territory and Wyoming Territory. The Unorganized Territory, unofficially called the "Indian Territory" was not enumerated for non-Indians in 1870.
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.