He was a World War I veteran. Worked with Southern Pacific Railroad on a team that built the railroad lines across central Texas. 1940 CENSUS RECORDS find at: http://www.archives.com/1940-census/armon-wilson-tx-109228357 Genealogical Society Number: 005458062 NARA Publication Number: T627 NARA Microfilm Roll Number: 4148 Line Number: 39 Sheet: A Sheet Number: 4 Collection: 1940 U.S. Federal Population Census
Other People in Household in 1940:
Pauline Wilson 37 yrs, Female
Doris Wilson 20 yrs, Male
Armon Wilson 16 yrs, Male
Tom Wilson 15 yrs, Male
John Wilson 12 yrs, Male
Woodrow Wilson 10 yrs, Male
Harold Wilson 8 yrs, Male
Bobby Wilson 5 yrs, Female
Corinthus Wilson 4 yrs, Male
In 1942, he registered at age 47 for the World War II draft. At the time, he worked in construction at Camp Swift in Bastrop, TX for the A. J. Rife Construction Company based in Dallas, TX. He and his family lived outside Elgin, Texas in an unincorporated section called Littig.
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