In 1900 he and his parents and two sisters lived in Ward 17 in Pittsburgh, PA. His father worked as an iron roller in a mill, and Sarah as a school teacher.
In 1910 the five of them, plus Anna's husband, a servant, and two lodgers, lived in a house they were renting at 337 Fisk Street in Pittsburgh. He, his father, and one of the lodgers worked as steel rollers at a steel works. Sarah worked as a public school teacher and Robert Wagner as a bookkeeper.
In 1930 he and his wife and their five children lived in a house they owned at 110 West Grant Street in New Castle, PA. Their home was valued at $10,000, and they did not have a radio. He worked as a roller in a tin mill.
In 1940 he and Charlotte and their four youngest children lived in the same house. He still worked as a roller in a tin mill, with an income in 1939 of $1012 for 25 weeks of work. Their daughter Charlotte worked as a saleslady in a retail store, with an income in 1939 of $624 for 46 weeks of work.
Charlotte Aloysius McDade Confer
1886–1975 (m. 1911)
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