Source: 1910 Census, Plain City, Weber, Utah, population schedule, Plain City Precinct, enumeration district (ED) 236, p. 8A, dwelling 147, family 151, John A. Taylor Family; digital images, Ancestry (Ancestry.com : downloaded 1 February 2012); T624, 1178 rolls.
Dwelling #147, Family #151, lines 1-3
Line 1. Taylor, John A. Head, M, W, 64, 1st marriage for 41 years, pob: Texas, father pob: Kentucky, mother pob: Pensylvania. Speaks English. Farmer, General Farm, Employer, can read, can write. Owns, Free, Farm, farm schedule 109.
Line 2. -----, Hanah A, Wife, F, W 60, 1st marriage for 41 years, 10 children, 9 living. pob: Den. Danish, father pob: Den. Danish, mother pob: Den. Danish. Immigrated in 1866. Speaks English. Not employed. Can read, can write.
Line 3. -----, Elmer. Son, M, W, 18, single, pob. Utah, father pob: Texas, mother pob: Den. Danish. Speaks English. Farm Laborer, at home, worker. Not out of work. Unemployed 5 months last year. Can read, can write.
- This document verifies the birth years for both John and Hannah.
- Hannah is spelled with one n but we now get a middle initial of "A".
- A new son! Elmer appears to be the youngest of the children. We also learn that Hannah had 10 children and that 9 are living. Adding Elmer to the list I already have brings me to 6 children. I have 4 more to find.
Since the 1890 Census is no more, I'll have to track down the 1900 census to see if I can find more children.