One Quick Handwriting Transcription Challenge Every Day-for the genealogist in you
I'd say Pollard although the r does look like an s.
Ooops, that will teach me to read all the text properly:1. Job Pollard2. Helen S. Pollard3. Edmar Olenbaugh (not sure about this one)
Pollard Job [Maybe Jab ?]Pollard Helen S.Olenbaugh Ednmar
Pollard, Jab. (not sure what that would be an abbreviation for)Pollard, Helen S.Although I believe that the Olenbaughs offered above are correct, what I READ wasEsenckaugh, Eddmar
The "P" could also be a D, So maybe Pollard or Dollard and the mother looks like an E inside an O at the beginning of last name
Pollard JobPollard Helen SOsenbaugh Emmar
Pollard JobPollard Helen SOsenbaugh EimmarOf course I have been following your research on this family, so my answer may not count.
Pollard, JobPollard, Helen S. the "O" is a crossout of an E, the census writer started to write the first name and then started over with the last nameso the last one is Scarbaugh, Emmar --- ???
Pollard, Job " Helen S.Obenbaugh, Elmmas
Job PollardHelen S.Emmar OsenbaughIt looks like the enumerator started to put Emmar's first name first and then realized the mistake and wrote over it.
mother could be Esmmar Senbaugh
To me it looks like;Pollard, Jab (Jacob)Pollard, Helen SSeaebaugh, Edelmar (or Ellinar/Ellinor)
I agree with the rest--Jab (Jacob) Pollard and Helen Pollard.