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India Watkins

India Watkins

Female abt. 1876 -

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  • Born  abt. 1876  Alabama Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Female 
    Person ID  I160  Nashville
    Last Modified  24 Feb 2008 

    Family  Frank Mercer "Lamb" Langston,   b. abt. 1864, Ohio Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  abt. 1895  [1
    Notes 
    • according to 1880 census, they had two kids alive.
    Children 
     1. Carye Cornelia Langston Napier,   b. 01 Feb 1894, Courtland, Lawrence County, Alabama Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 10 Oct 1918, Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified  24 Feb 2008 
    Family ID  F53  Group Sheet

  • Photos
    Frank Langston and wife India Watkins Langston
    Frank Langston and wife India Watkins Langston
    Originally submitted on Afrigeneas. Picture provided by T. McKnight. Written on the back (some words cut off)

    "Merry Christmas to you all.
    Lovingly your cou
    India and Fra
    Xmas 1"

    Documents
    1910 DC Census: Carrie Langston
    1910 DC Census: Carrie Langston
    Enumeration District: 158
    Page: 20A
    Location: District of Columbia

    #
    1. Carrie - head, 65, widowed, mother of 5 kids, three still living
    2. Frank - son, age 23
    3. India B. - daughter-in-law, age 34, married 15 years, 2 children and both alive
    4. Nettie N. - granddaughter, age 13

    Link to full image.
    1920 DC Census: Frank & India Langston
    1920 DC Census: Frank & India Langston
    Enumeration Date: 10 Jan 1920
    Enumeration District: 208
    Sheet: 13B
    Location: District of Columbia

    #259
    1. Frank M. - Head, age 42, clerk
    2. India - wife, age 40

    Link to full image.

  • Notes 
    • she was of Town Creek, Alabama. [1]

  • Sources 
    1. [S42] From the Virginia plantation to the national capitol, or, The first and only Negro representative in Congress from the Old Dominion, John Mercer Langston, (American Publishing Company, 1894), http://books.google.com/books?id=Ro8hAAAAMAAJ., 530.