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Making Sense of the Census (Fording the Langs, at Present)

Richard Henry Langford (b. 1872, NV, s/o James Harvey and Mary C. Turnbaugh Langford, m. Margaret Lee), of Stockton, Tooele, Utah

BIRTH/PARENTS/DEATH/BURIAL: Richard Henry Langford's birth date and place, parents, and death/burial dates, places, per information compiled by my mother, Ida-Rose Langford Hall, and published in her book, "Progenitors and Descendants of Fielding Langford." –shb 17 Mar 2004

COMPARATIVELY EVEN TEMPERED: Page 235 of my Ida-Rose Langford Hall's book, "Progenitors and Descendants of Fielding Langford": "#217 – RICHARD HENRY LANGFORD #2 (Decd.) B. at Panaca, Nevada. M. 28 Mar 1900 in Salt Lake Temple, MARGARET LEE, B. 10 May 1879 at Panaca, Nevada, dau of Samuel Marion Lee, Sr. and Mary Jane Rice. Richard Henry D. 16 Dec 1909 at Caliente, Nevada and is bur at the Panaca Ward Cemetery, Panaca, Nevada, 19 Dec 1909. Richard Henry was known among his associates as a fine man. He was six feet tall. He was LDS and lived his religion. If any of James Harvey's children were even-tempered, perhaps it was Richard. He died young–as did his brother John, of the effects of the dust in the De LaMar mine in which he worked. From Margaret's second marriage to John Webb Todd, she has one son, Lee Marion Todd who goes as Lee Langford." –shb 22 May 2004
1880 CENSUS–"RICHARD LANGFORD" IS AGE EIGHT, BORN IN NEVADA, FATHER BORN IN KENTUCKY, MOTHER BORN IN ILLINOIS. HE IS LIVING WITH HIS DIVORCED MOTHER, "MARY C. LANGFORD," AGE FORTY, AND NINE OF HIS SIBLINGS, IN PANACA, LINCOLN, NEVADA. (See notes of mother, Mary C. Langford, for census detail; also notes of paternal grandfather, Fielding Langford, for lineup of relative neighbors, there in Panaca.) –shb 17 Apr 2006

1900, MARCH 20–RICHARD HENRY LANGFORD MARRIES MARGARET OR "MAGGIE" LEE, IN THE SALT LAKE LDS TEMPLE, SALT LAKE CITY, SALT LAKE, UTAH.

1900 CENSUS–"RICHARD H. LANGFORD" IS AGE TWENTY-EIGHT, MARRIED TO "MAGGIE," AGE TWENTY-ONE, AND THEY HAVE NO CHILDREN. HE WAS BORN IN NEVADA, WITH HIS FATHER BORN IN KENTUCKY, HIS MOTHER, IN ILLINOIS. HE IS A "MINE LABORER," WHILE HIS WIFE IS A "COOK AT MINE CAMP," IN STOCKTON PRECINCT, TOOELE COUNTY, UTAH. HeritageQuest on-line census image, accessed and transcribed, 7 Jun 2006, by shb, via Provo Public Library:

Stockton Precinct, Tooele County, Utah
Series T623, Roll 1686, Page 257
Taken 12 Jun 1900

Langford, Richard H. Head WM Apr 1872 28 M1 Nevada Kentucky Illinois
, Maggie Wife WF Mar 1879 21 M1 Nevada Illinois Utah –shb 7 Jun 2006

1909, DECEMBER 16–RICHARD HENRY DIES, AS DID HIS BROTHER JOHN RUSSELL, FROM THE EFFECTS OF DUST, WORKING AT THE DE LAMAR MINE. Richard Henry Langford died in Caliente, Lincoln, Nevada, and was buried 19 Dec 1909, in the Panaca Ward Cemetery, Panaca, Lincoln, Nevada. (His brother John, who was divorced, was buried with his mother, Mary Caroline Turnbaugh Langford Riddle, in the Manti Cemetery, Manti, Utah). Before Richard Henry Langford died, he fathered four children, three surviving–shb 7 Jun 2006

1910 CENSUS–RICHARD HENRY'S WIFE, "MARGARET LANGFORD," IS WIDOWED, AGE THIRTY-ONE, BORN IN NEVADA, FATHER BORN IN ILLINOIS, MOTHER BORN IN UTAH. SHE IS THE MOTHER OF FOUR CHILDREN, THREE LIVING AND WITH HER, ALONG WITH BROTHER-IN-LAW REX MATTHEWS, AND HIS FAMILY, IN CALIENTE PRECINCT, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEVADA. HeritageQuest on-line census image, accessed 27 Apr 2006, by shb, via Provo, Utah Public Library:

Caliente Precinct, Lincoln County, Nevada
Series T624, Roll 858, Page 292
Taken 25 Apr 1910

160/165 Kenner, Edwin F. (age 33,), wife Elizabeth M. (30), with no children listed.

161/166 Langford, Margaret Head FW 31 Wd 4 ch. 3 liv. Nevada Illinois Utah
, Ivy Dau FW 9 S Nevada Nevada Nevada
, Harry Son MW 6 S Utah Nevada Nevada
, Mary Dau FW l 6/12 Nevada Nevada Nevada
Matthews, Rex J. Bro-in-L MW 23 M1 4 Nevada Utah Nevada
, Mary A. Sister/Wife 26 M1 4 4 ch. 3 liv. Nevada Illinois Utah
, Zelma Niece FW 4 S Nevada Nevada Nevada
, Samuel Nephew MW 2 1/12 S Nevada Nevada Nevada
, Jay Nephew MW Nevada Nevada Nevada –shb 27 Apr 2006

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June 7, 2006 - Posted by | Genealogy, Utah Langfords

7 Comments »

  1. Hi my grandmother was Margaret Lee. My mother(Melba Ella) was born to Margaret and John Webb Todd, grammas second husband.My aunts Ivy, Mary, uncles Harry, and Bud(Marion Lee) Have all passed on.
    I would love to know more about my family.

    Comment by bagle84 | October 5, 2007 | Reply

  2. Hi My name is Ollie Rae Burton, grandaughter of Margaret Lee Langford. I wrote you last year.See comment one, above.
    My email is bagle1@mindspring.com
    Please email me and let me know how I can get more info about my grandmother and relations in Caliente or Panaca Nv
    Thank you
    Rae

    Comment by bagle84 | November 11, 2008 | Reply

  3. Your site is an answer to my prayer this morning. I have just entered the work of geneology. Ida gave one of the books she compiled about Fielding Langford to my father. It was lent out and never returned. I am trying to get a copy and am willing to pay whatever is required to get one. If you have any information as to how I might aquire this or if I could pay for a copy of yours to have in my Library for geneology I would truly appreciate any assistance. If there is anything I could do for you as well I would be so happy to do so!

    Thank you so much,

    Shaylene Langford Woodward

    shaycandy@roadrunner.com
    951-973-3108
    Murrieta, California

    Comment by Shaylene Langford Woodward | April 12, 2010 | Reply

  4. HI
    Do you know if Margaret Lee Langford had any grandchildren? I see that Ollie Rae Burton died in 2011.

    Richard McMurtry
    rMcMurtry@baymoon.com

    Comment by Richard McMurtrry | December 29, 2012 | Reply

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