Snaps, no. 51: Sidney Locus.

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In the 1900 census of Taylor township, Wilson County: Johnnie Lucus, 43; wife Delpha, 51; children Kinion, 26, Nannie, 24, Edwin, 15, Sidney, 12, and Susan, 9; and grandsons Bunion, 5, and Martin L., 3.

On 20 January 1909, Sidney Lucas, 21, of Taylors, son of John and Delphia Lucas, married Mamie Rountree, 17, of Taylors, daughter of Alex and Watie Rountree, at Emma Rountree’s in Taylors. Missionary Baptist minister William Rodgers performed the ceremony in the presence of James Ross, Pollie Howard, and Emma Lucas.

In the 1910 census of Jackson township, Nash County: farmer Sidney Locus, 22; wife Mammie, 42; and son Lafayette, 7 months.

Sidney Locus registered for the World War I draft in Wilson County in 1918. Per his registration card, he was born 30 September 1887 in Wilson; was a farmer; and had a wife and dependent children.

In the 1930 census of Taylor township, Wilson County: farmer Sid Lucus, 52; wife Mamie, 42; and children Fate, 21, John, 18, Eva, 18, Ivey, 14, Guy, 10, Sidney, 8, Marth, 7, and Martha Ann,  0.

In the 1940 census of Taylor township, Wilson County: farmer Sidney Locus, 52; wife Mammie, 42; and children Fredy, 25, Sidney Jr., 19, Mary, 17, Martha Ann, 15, Mamie, 12, Maggieleen, 10, and Sussie Gray, 4.

Photo courtesy of Ancestry.com user samjoyatk.

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