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Notes for Emilia GUERRERO


In the 1920 US Census for District 15, Albuquerque ward 2, Bernalillo County New Mexico Emilia Guerrero and her son Sam were enumerated with the family of Arturo Melgos, as follows:
Dwelling #215; Family #253 (211 South Broadway)
Melgos, Arturo; Rents non-farm home; Male; White; 27; Married; Emigrated to the US in 1905; Alien citizen; Able to read and write; b. Mexico-Native tongue Spanish; Both parents b. Mexico-Native tongue Spanish; Able to speak English; Boilermaker; Railroad shop; Wage earner
Melgos, Julia; Wife; Female; White; 17; Married; Emigrated to the US in 1905; Alien citizen; Did not attend school during the census year; Able to read and write; b. Mexico-Native tongue Spanish; Both parents b. Mexico-Native tongue Spanish; Not able to speak English; No trade or profession
Gerrero [sic], Emilia; Mother; Female; White; 32; Widowed; Emigrated to the US in 1905; Alien citizen; Able to read and write; b. Mexico-Native tongue Spanish; Both parents b. Mexico-Native tongue Spanish; Not able to speak English; No trade or profession
Gerrero [sic], Samuel; Brother; Male; White; 6; Single; Did not attend school during the census year; b. New Mexico; Both parents b. Mexico-Native tongue Spanish; No trade or profession
[Note: The listing of Emilia as the mother of Arturo Melgos is an obvious error by the census enumerator, since there was only five years' difference in their ages. However, it is possible that Arturo's wife Julia was Emilia's daughter].
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