Facts and Events
1900 Federal Census, Sugar Ridge Township, Clay, Indiana.
Erastus Varner, head, white, male, 53, married, b. North Carolina
Margaret Varner, wife, white, female, 45, married, b. Indiana
Curtis Varner, son, white, male, 21, single, b. Indiana
Minnie Varner, daughter, white, female, 19, single, b. Indiana
Rella Varner, daughter, white, female, 16, single, b. Indiana
Tina Varner, daughter, white, female, 14, single, b. Indiana
Clyde Varner, son, white, male, 10, b. Indiana
Mabel Varner, daughter, white, female, 8, b. Indiana
Notes on 1900 census
Tina should be Ina. Curtis is identical to William C. of 1880.
1910 Federal Census, Clay County, Indiana.
Alonzo Latham, 34
Minnie Latham, 26
Clifford Latham, 6
Dorothy Latham, 3
Notes on 1910 census
Minnie should have been about 29 in 1910. Ruth May, the oldest daughter, died in 1903.
1920 Federal Census, Clay County, Indiana.
Alonzo Latham, 43
Minnie M Latham, 38
Clifford Latham, 16
Notes on 1920 census
A Dorothy appears who is 2/12 in transcripts. This may be 12 years old instead.
1930 Federal Census, Clay County, Indiana.
Alonzo Latham, 54
Minnie M Latham, 49
Clifford Latham, 26
The following appeared on Wednesday, 25 May 1932 in the Terre Haute Tribune, page 2.S1
MINNIE VARNER LATHAM.
Special To The Tribune.
BRAZIL, Ind., May 25.---Minnie Varner Latham, widow of C. W. Latham, died at the home of her son, Clifford Latham, near Cory, Tuesday of complications, aged 51 years, 2 months and 18 days. She is survived by a son and daughter, Clifford Latham, Cory, and Mrs. Ralph Smith, Terre Haute; also the mother, Mrs. Margaret Varner, of Jasonville; three sisters and two brothers, Mrs. Rilla Purcell, Brazil; Miss Inez Varner, Terre Haute; Mrs. Mabel Sinders, Wayne, Mich.; Clyde Varner, Bloomington, and Curtis Varner, of Jasonville. The funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the Ashboro church but will be preceded by short services at the home. Interment will be made at Oak Hill cemetery.
- ↑ Minnie Varner Latham, in Minnie Varner Latham Obituary, Terre Haute Tribune, 1932, Page 2, 25 May 1932, Primary quality.
- ↑ This should be Alonzo, who died a year earlier. There seem to be other errors in the obit.
- ↑ Her name is Dorothy.
- ↑ This is Ina Varner.