Indiana McCaslins

Zada (Zadie) TalbertAge: 58 years18891947

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Zada (Zadie) Talbert
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Zada (Zadie) Wykoff
Birth August 3, 1889
Birth of a son
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Nathan Louis Wykoff (Wyckoff)
May 8, 1907 (Age 17 years)
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James H Wykoff
May 16, 1910 (Age 20 years)
Note: James was zero months old on 21 Apr 1910 when the census was taken.
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Census 1920 (Age 30 years)
Census 1940 (Age 50 years)
Death of a husbandHarry Wykoff
September 30, 1941 (Age 52 years)
Burial of a husbandHarry Wykoff
October 3, 1941 (Age 52 years)
Note: St Clair Memorial Park
Death December 20, 1947 (Age 58 years)
Burial December 23, 1947 (3 days after death)
Note: St Clair Memorial Park
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James H Wykoff
Birth: May 16, 1910 29 20St Louis, St Louis, Missouri
Death: September 27, 1994Collinsville, Madison, Illinois
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In the 1910 US Federal Census for 9th Ward, St Louis, St Louis, Missouri, 74-year-old Charles and his 73-year-old wife Nancy [McCaslin] Wykoff have been married 56 years and have had eleven children, 5 of whom are living [I have been able to identify only nine children]. In their household are their Indiana-born children, 39-year-old Mary, 29-year-old Harry, Harry's 24-year-old Indiana-born wife Zada [Talbert], and Harry and Zada's Missouri-born children, 6-year-old Ray, 2-year-old Nathan L and newborn James. Harry and Zada have been married 6 years and have had three children. Charles is a ship carpenter and Harry is a laborer in the government yards. Charles' father is now recorded as being born in Virginia and his mother in Indiana. Nancy's parents are now recorded as being born in Indiana. Zada's parents were born in Indiana.The family is living at 2511 South Third Street in a multi-family residence.They rent their flat.

In the 1920 US Federal Census for East St Louis, St. Clair, Illinois, 37-year-old Indiana-born Harry and his 33-year-old Indiana-born wife Zadie [Talbert] Wykoff have in their household their Missouri-born children, 15-year-old Ray, 12-year-old Louis [Nathan L on the 1910 census], 9-year-old James, 6-year-old William, 3-year 1-month old Harry and 4-month old Mary. Harry Sr is an oiler at a feed mill. He and Zadie can read and write. The only child who is attending school and can read and write is 9-year-old James. The family is living in a rented house at 130 5th Street.

The 1928 East St Louis City Directory records Harry Wykoff, his wife Zada [Talbert] Wykoff, and their sons James, N Louis and Ray Wykoff as living at 2129 St Louis Avenue, East St Louis, St Clair, Illinois. Harry is a "3B 1G" city employee. James is employed by Weissman Co. N Louis is employed by Rhodes Burford. Ray has no employment listed.

In the 1940 US Federal Census for East St Louis, St. Clair, Illinois, 56-year-old Indiana-born Harry and his 49-year-old [sic] Indiana-born wife Zadie [Talbert] Wykoff have in their household their children, 30-year-old Missouri-born Ray [sic Ray should be 35-years old] and 14-year-old Illinois-born Jack. The family is living at 703 Piggot Ave in a rented house for which Harry pays $10 a month. This is where they were living in 1935. it is not a farm. Harry has completed seventh grade. Zada has completed eighth grade as has Ray. Jack is attending school and has completed the seventh grade. Harry and Ray are unemployed and not looking for work. Zada is a housewife and not looking for work. None of them have income from sources other than wages or salary.

Zada Talbert Wyckoff [sic], born 3 Aug 1889 in Saluda, Jefferson, Indiana, died 20 Dec 1947 in [East] St Louis, St Clair, Illinois. She was buried 23 Dec 1947 in St Clair Memorial Pake Grench Village, St Clair, Illinois. Her husband was Harry Wyckoff [sic]. Her parents were Silas Talbert, born in Madison, Jefferson, Indiana and Lula Benham, born in Wales.