Dr. St. Clair Duke1,2,3
2nd cousin of Louise Underwood.
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Laura Jane Munson.
- Family Background:
- Underwood and Allied Families
Dr. St. Clair Duke appeared on the 1 June 1880 Federal Census of Harrisonburg, Catahoula Parish, Louisiana, in the household of his parents, L. Gip and Sarah Duke.2
Dr. St. Clair Duke appeared on the 1 June 1900 Federal Census of New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana, enumerated 7 June 1900.1
Dr. St. Clair Duke registered for the World War I draft 12 September 1918 at New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana. Described as being of medium height and bald with brown eyes, he was a dentist living and practicing on his own accord in New Orleans. He listed his wife Roberta Lucille Sibley as his nearest relative.4
- [S240] St. Clair Duke household, 1900 U.S. Census, Orleans Parish, Louisiana, population schedule, 5th Precinct, New Orleans city, enumeration district (ED) 13, sheet 8A/239, dwelling 158, family 151; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 570.
- [S239] L. Gip Duke household, 1880 U.S. Census, Catahoula Parish, Louisiana, population schedule, Harrisonburg, enumeration district (ED) 5, sheet 42B/140B; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 451.
- [S1148] Ancestry.com, New Orleans, Louisiana Marriage Records Index, 1831-1925 (Provo, Utah: The Generations Network, Inc., 2002). Original data: State of Louisiana, Secretary of State, Division of Archives, Records Management, and History. Vital Records Indices. Baton Rouge, LA, USA., citing vol. 39, p. 689.
- [S918] World War I Selective Service Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, (National Archives Micropublication M1509, roll 1684924). Original images published online by Ancestry.com, Provo, UT, 2002-2005.