1880 U. S. Federal Census Record for Lizzie Mower
SOURCE: 1880 U. S. Census, Penobscot County, Maine, population schedule, Bangor, Ward 5, enumeration district (ED) 29, page 1, dwelling 3, family 3, Lizzie Mower household; digital image at Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com), accessed 26 Oct 2007; citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 485.
1) Eugene A. Mower, her son, a white male aged 17, his occupation shown as "driving team" and we learn that he was unemployed for 6 months during the census year. He like his siblings listed below, attended school within the year. And he, again like all his siblings, was born in Maine as were both parents.
2) Horace B., her son, a white male aged 16, his occupation shown as "at home" and he also was unemployed for 6 months during the census year.
3) Melvin H., her son, a white male aged 10, his occupation is also shown as "at home."
4) Gracia M., her daughter, a white female aged 8, her occupation is shown as "at school."
5) Frank L. (my great-grandfather), her son, a white male aged 5, his occupation is shown as "at school."
6) Chas. A. Goodwin, a single white male aged 25, his relationship is shown servant and his occupation as hired man, he had been unemployed for 3 months during the census year. Chas. and his parents were all born in Maine.
7) Maria Chandler, a white female aged 20, both her relationship and occupation are listed as servant, she having been unemployed for 2 months during the census year. She was born in Maine, her father born in New Hampshire and her mother born in Maine.