Source: 1920 U.S. Census, Weber County, Utah, population schedule, Plain City Precinct, enumeration district (ED) 169, sheet 8A, dwelling 166, family 166, Victor Lund Family; digital images, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com : downloaded 6 May 2011); NARA microfilm publication T625, 2076 rolls.
Plain City Precinct, Weber Co., Utah
SD 1, ED 169, Sheet 8A
24 January 1920
Lines 34-37. Farm. Dwelling #166, Family #166.
Line 34. Lund, Victor., Head, Rented. M, W, age 32, Married, can read, can write, place of birth: Utah, father pob: Denmark, mt: Danish, mother pob: Sweden, mt: Swedish, can speak English, Farmer, Gen. Farm, employer, farm schedule #129. (“000” written off to the side)
Line 35. ---, Pearl, Wife, F, W, age 30, Married, can read, can write, place of birth: Utah, father pob: Utah, mother pob: Utah, can speak English, no employment.
Line 36. ---, Ada, Daughter, F, W, 4, Single, place of birth: Utah, father pob: Utah, mother pob: Utah, no employment.
Line 37. ---, Eugene, Son, M, W, 1, Single, place of birth: Utah, father pob: Utah, mother pob: Utah, no employment.
- I had the name Ada as their daughter but didn't know anything more. Now I know that she was born around 1916.
- I already had Victor and Pearl's marriage record from 1911. It seems strange that it was 5 years before they had Ada. Perhaps there were more children? I'll have to look into that.