ARMSTRONG,Halovie, Block 19
No documentation was found for Halovie Armstrong. She may be Lillian H. Armstrong, three-year-old daughter of Harry and Bessie Armstrong. On the 1930 census this farming family was listed as residing in Beat 3 on Fulton-Aberdeen Road: Harry T. Armstrong, 36, born in Texas, wife Bessie, 35, son William N., 13, and daughters Cathleen, 11, Joe Nell, 7, Bessie F., 5, and Lillian H., 3.
NANNEY, Ruth, Block 19
Ruth Nanney was the daughter of Dr. Newman W. Nanney and Vivian A. Nanney. Dr. Nanney's family is listed on the 1930 census of Fulton as residing on Robins Street. The household consisted of Newman W., 50, a medical doctor, wife Vivian A., 43, daughters Sybil 22, a high school teacher, Halovee, 19, and Ruth, 13.
RUSHING, C.E. Eld., Block 19
Reverend Mr. Elton Rushing, Baptist minister, is listed on the 1930 census in Beat 5 on Bankhead Highway Number 78. Then Mr. Rushing was 37 years old and his household consisted of wife Artie, 32, son Cutheron, 11, and daughter Mardene, 8.
RUSHING, C.E. Mrs., Block 19
Artie Rushing was the wife of the Reverend Mr. C. Elton Rushing, Baptist minister. In 1930, Mrs. Rushing was 32 years old and the mother of son Cutheron and daughter Mardene. See information above at Elder C.E. Rushing.
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