1880 U.S. Census, Plain City, Weber, Utah, population schedule, Plain City Precinct, enumeration district (ED) 100, p. 473A, dwelling 6, family 6, Janus Lund Family; digital images, Ancestry (Ancestry.com : downloaded 6 May 2011); Census Index provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
US Census 1880
Page 3, ED 100
Plain City Precinct
2 Jun 1880
Lines 21-26, Family 6, Dwelling 6
Line 21. Lund, Janus, W, M, 28, [head], married, Teamster, 4 mo unemployed, pob: Denmark, father pob: Denmark, mother pob: Denmark.
Line 22. -----, Christina, W, F, 28, wife, married, keeping house, pob: Sweden, father pob: Sweden, mother pob: Sweden.
Line 23. -----, Annie, W, F, 5, daughter, pob: Utah, father pob: Denmark, mother pob: Sweden.
Line 24. -----, Lucinida, W, F, 3, daughter, pob: Utah, father pob: Denmark, mother pob: Sweden.
Line 25. -----, Lorenzo, W, M, 1, son, pob: Utah, father pob: Denmark, mother pob: Sweden.
Line 26. Miller, Albert, W, M, 9, stepson, at school, pob: Utah, father pob: England, mother pob: Sweden.
- According to wikipedia: The term "teamster" originally referred to a person who drove a team of draft animals, usually a wagon drawn by oxen, horses, or mules. This term was common by the time of the Mexican-American War (1848) and the Indian Wars throughout the 19th and early 20th centuries on the American frontier.
- Janus' wife, Christina is the sister of Mathias' wife Pauline.
- Albert is Christina's son from a previous marriage...according to the newFamilySearch.org family group sheet Christina was married to an Albert Miller in 1869. I haven't found a census for them yet but will look for that next.
- The second daughter's name is listed in newFamilySearch as Lucinda which makes a lot more sense then Lucinida.