Note: 1900 CENSUS - Pottawatomie, Coffey, KS roll 475 p 1B fam 13; with parents. 1910 CENSUS - Rock Creek, Coffey, KS roll 435 p 21A fam 125; married 6, 2 kids 2 living. 1920 CENSUS - Kiowa, Kiowa, KS roll 536 p 2A fam 29. 1930 CENSUS - Kiowa, Kiowa, KS roll 706 p 1B fam 21. 1940 CENSUS - Kiowa, Kiowa, KS roll 1238 p 1B fam 18. >Inez Inman Pitts said that her Dad (David W. Inman) had the family on a train heading for Colorado. Supposedly there was good farming land in Colorado. The train made a stop in Greensburg, Kansas where David Inman got off the train to stretch his legs. He looked around and decided he liked the land. He got the family off of the train and said they were going to find some land and stay there. They settled in Mullinville, Kansas were Inez was born.
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