Charles Edmund Longhurst in US after 1913

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This elusive great-grandfather - Charles Edmund Thomas, later Longhurst, born 1870 in Surrey, but Herts according to his military records. Found in the 1901 Census in Essex working for the Great Eastern Railway., then in and out of the Workhouse until 1911. Next spotted in 1913 having spent one night in the Workhouse in Liverpool. I found a  US citizenship application for a Charles Edmund Longhurst, but have not found him in any Census, etc. Does anyone know their way around these documents and willing to help out, please? The Declaration is Vol. 14, Page 97, and the Petition is Vol. 24, Page 10. I haven't a clue as to how to proceed! Thanks for any help :-)
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in Genealogy Help by Patty Keffer G2G6 Mach 1 (14.6k points)
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Charles Longhurst, NY State Census, 1915, NY, A.D. 33, E.D. 27, Bronx, New York

Male, son, years in US 3. House No. 423, page 15.

Record Collection: New York State Census, 1915   familysearch.org
by Frank Gill G2G Astronaut (2.3m points)
Thanks, Frank. I don't think this is my guy - his step-father was already dead, and his mother died in England in 1922. I'll have to see if I can find her travelling to the US after the 1911 Census. I hope I'm wrong - thanks again :-)

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