This has been a dilemma for me finding my grandparents.My grandmother Frances, was married twice 1st husband was a Furtado, and 2nd husband a Lopes.I believe this is my Grandmother "Frances Antone", because it is the only plausible fit at the time of her birth and place of her birth.She was listed on a 1900 census as a son, but the birthdate is Jan 1887, same as my grandmother's I believe it was an error.She is the only Frances that married a Furtado in Hilo "1905" with that birhdate.
The problem is she disappeared for the "1920 Census" so I'm thinking she may have been a boarder and somehow did not get on any census.She shows back up in the "1930 Census" with two children Wilbert Furtado and Alice Furtado, but on the 1910 Census shows her and Manuel had 3 children before Wilbert and Alice what happened to that children.She was widowed and I believe Manuel died before 1920.
Review the 1910 US Census for Hilo, Hawaii...
Manuel Furtado (25) brother-in-law to Frank Gomes (52) Maria (32) Frances Furtado (23) sister-in-law to Frank Gomes (52) Maria (32) Laura (4) Rose (1) Joseph (3 mos)
This couple was living with Frank and Maria Gomes and their children:
Willie (14) Emilia (11) Louis (6)
Also in the same household were:
Maria Furtado (64) mother-in-law Rosie Cook (23) sister-in-law
Manuel Furtado was an interpreter for a law firm in Hilo at the time.
Secondly, a review of 1930 US Census in Honolulu:
Frances Furtado (42) widowed is listed as a servant in the household of divorcee Joseph Lopez (41) a bookkeeper in a local meat market.John's children:
John (18) Abraham (14) Evelyn (12) Edith (11) Gladys (7) Lawrence (4 mos)