Property: DeLano, Jos; Parker, Ed (1900)

Contact:  Laurel Bragstad

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner, Greenwood, Wisconsin, 10-12-1900

Jos. DeLano is now getting settled in his new home, which he recently purchased of Ed. Parker.

1880 Federal Census, Alden, Hardin, Iowa

Truman Delano, 5 yrs. (1875, Wisconsin),
father's name: Joseph Delano
father's birthplace: Maine, United States
mother's name: Matilda E. Delano
mother's birthplace: Wisconsin, United States
race or color (expanded): White
ethnicity (standardized): American
gender: Male
martial status: Single
age (expanded): 5 years

Household Members

Head: Joseph Delano M 29 Maine, United States
Spouse: Matilda E. Delano F 28 Wisconsin, United States
Son: Archibald Delano M 8 Wisconsin, United States
Son:  Franklin Delano M 6 Wisconsin, United States
Son: Truman Delano M 5 Wisconsin, United States
Son:  Hatchel Delano M 3 Wisconsin, United States
Son: Guy Delano M 1 Wisconsin, United States
Son:  Roy Delano M 1 Wisconsin, United States

1900 Federal Census, ED 31 Warner & Mead township, Clark, Wisconsin, United States

Joseph Delano, 50 yrs. (b. Jun 1850, Maine); white married male
father's birthplace: Maine
mother's birthplace: Maine
race or color (standardized): White
gender: Male
marital status: Married
years married: 30
estimated marriage year: 1870

Household Members
Head: Joseph Delano M 50 Maine
Wife: Matilda Delano F 48 (May 1852) Wisconsin
Son: Guy Delano M 21 (Apr 1879) Wisconsin
Daughter: Estella Delano F 19 (Aug 1881) Iowa
Son: George Delano M 17 (Jul 1883) Wisconsin
Daughter: Carrie Delano F 13 (Apr 1887) Wisconsin
Son: Ralph Delano M 11 (Jun 1889) Wisconsin
Daughter: Mae Delano F 18 (Nov 1882) Wisconsin
Mother: Sarah Delano F 80 (Feb 1820) Maine



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