Texana Moseh 1880 census south Carolina is there any information on her as well as her daughter Ora Moseh or leola?
Ted Pack: 1880; Census Place
1880; Census Place: Hall, Anderson, South Carolina; Roll: 1219; Page: 67B; Enumeration District: 021 says she is mulatto, age 22, works as a housekeeper, b. SC. Her daughter Ora is 3, also a mulatto, b. SC. Texana's husband is Jasper, age 25, mulatto, b. SC, farmer. All 4 of their parents were b. SC. Ancestry thinks this is them in 1900 1900; Census Place: Hall, Anderson, South Carolina; Page: 10; Enumeration District: 0053; Jasper Mackey 50 Texanna Mackey 39 Furman Mackey 20 Thompson Mackey 16 Bessie Mackey 13 Lawyer Mackey 11 Dewitt Mackey 9 Clyde Mackey 6 John Mackey 4 Maggie Mackey 1 They are now black, not mulatto. Jason and Texanna's age difference is now 11 years (3 in 1880) but, 1) South Carolina didn't spend a lot of money to educate black people, 2) White government officials didn't spend a lot of time on black clients in SC, 3) "Texanna" is a rare given name, 4) They are in the same township as they were in 1880. 1910; Census Place: Hall, Anderson, South Carolina; Roll: T624_1448; Page: 12A; Enumeration District: 0049 Jasper Meslley 58 Texanna Meslley 50 Thompson R Meslley 26 Lawyer W Meslley 20 Dewit Meslley 17 Clyde H Meslley 15 John J Meslley 13 Madge P Meslley 10 Thomas C Meslley 8 This is the same family as 1900; whether 1900 and 1910 are the same as 1880 is another question. 1920; Census Place: Hall, Anderson, South Carolina; Roll: T625_1684; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 45 Jasher Mosley 70 Texanna Mosley 57 Jonnie Mosley 23 G O Mosley 18 (Thomas in 1910. the "G" might be a "T". It isn't anything like the other G's on the page.) Milvice Mosley 4 Find-a-Grave: Texanna Mosley Birth 24 Mar 1859 Death 10 Mar 1929 (aged 69) Burial Wilson Creek Baptist Church #2, Iva, Anderson County, South Carolina Memorial ID 140955486 Two of Texanna's children's SSN apps say her maiden name was Hanks. Her death certificate says her father was Jack Ha*ks and her mother Meron James, I think. It is very hard to read.