Indiana McCaslins

Irene R Ratto1887

Name
Irene R Ratto
Married name
Irene R Carson
Birth March 1887 41 31
Birth of a sisterVera Ratto
February 1889 (Age 23 months)
Birth of a brotherFrank Ratto
April 1890 (Age 3 years)
Census 1900 (Age 12 years)
Census 1920 (Age 32 years)
Death of a husbandJohn MacCaslin (Mack) Carson
December 1964 (Age 77 years)

Deathyes

Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: about 1873
9 months
elder sister
3 years
elder brother
21 months
elder sister
2 years
elder sister
4 years
elder brother
2 years
elder brother
13 months
herself
2 years
younger sister
15 months
younger brother
Family with John MacCaslin (Mack) Carson - View this family
husband
herself
daughter
Private
daughter
Private
daughter
Private
daughter
Private

Birth1920 US Federal Census
Birth1900 US Federal Census
Census1900 US Federal Census
Census1920 US Federal Census
Shared note

In the 1920 US Federal Census for Chicago, Cook, Illinois, 35-year-old Indiana-born John and his 34-year-old Illinois-born wife Irene R [Ratto] Carson have in their household their Illinois-born children, 9-year-old Vera M, 5-year-old twins Marie Frances and Frances Marie, and 4-year-old Anna Louise, and Irenes 65-year-old Missouri-born widowed mother Angela Ratto. The family is living in a rented house at 6735 Iglesby Avenue. John is a sales manager for a petroleum company. All of the adults are literate. None of the children has attended school in the past year.

In the 1930 US Federal Census for Chicago, Cook, Illinois, 45-year-old Indiana-born John and his 44-year-old Illinois-born wife Irene R [Ratto] Carson were married when he was 26- and she was 25-years old. In their household are their Illinois-born children, 19-year-old Vera M, 15-year-old twins Marie Frances and Frances Marie, and 14-year-old Anna Louise, and their servant 30-year-old North Carolina-born Carrie Coleman. This household is living in a rented house, address not given, which rents for $250 a month. The family has a radio. John is still a sales manager for an oil company and he has worked on the last regularly scheduled work day. John is not a veteran of WWI. All the adults are literate and all the children are attending school.