Could Thomas James Cryer born abt. 1879 in Ls. be George Richard Cryer's son?

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in Genealogy Help by Marie Cryer G2G2 (2.2k points)

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Yep, looks like it.

On the 1880 US Census, Upper Sabine, Calcasieu, Louisiana; Roll: 450; Family History Film: 1254450; Page: 543B; Enumeration District: 011; Image: 0081: it shows 6 Criars, all b. in Louisiana:  Richard Criar, 33yo farmer, lived with his wife Martha J., 33yo, and 4 children: daughter Francis, 12yo; Margaret, 3yo; John, 2yo; and Thomas, 1yo..

On the 1900, US Census, Upper Sabine, Calcasieu, Louisiana; Roll: 561; Page: 4B;
Enumeration District: 0019; FHL microfilm: 1240561, George R. Cryar, a 50yo farmer b. May 1850, lived with his wfie Martha J. Cryar, 51yo b. Miss, Aug 1848, Thomas J., a 21yo farm laborer b. LA Dec 1878; Martha S., 15yo b. LA Feb 1882; and Honor F., 13yo b. LA May 1887.

I couldn't find him in the WW1 Draft Registration.  I found this information on Ancestry, but you should also be able to find it on www.FamilySearch.org.  Now that you have this information, why don't you send a message to the profile manager and see if you can extend that line with these additional people?

 

 

 

 

by Vic Watt G2G6 Pilot (331k points)

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