Notes for Oscar Ray Inman: Per 1900 Census: Name: Oscar R Inman Home in 1900: Justic e Precinct 6, Johnson, Texas Age: 16 Estimated birth year : 1884 Birthplace: Texas Race: White Relationship to head-o f-house: Son
Per 1910 Census:Name: Oscar R Inman Age in 1910: 26 Estimat ed birth year: abt 1884 Birthplace: Texas Home in 1910: 1 J -Pct, Cottle, Texas
Per 1920 Census:Name: Oscar R Inman Age: 35 years Estimate d birth year: abt 1885 Birthplace: Texas Race: White Home i n 1920: Narsices, Cottle, Texas
Per 1930 Census: Name: Oscar R Inman Age: 46 Estimated birt h year: abt 1884 Birthplace: United States of America Relat ion to head-of-house: Head Spouse's Name: Nellie E Inman Ra ce: White Home in 1930: Iowa Park, Wichita, Texas
Per WWI Draft Registration Card: Name: Oscar Ray Inman City: Not Stated County: Cottle State : Texas Birth Date: 4 Dec 1884 Race: White Roll: 1952597 Dr aftBoard: 0 Residence: Paducah, Cottle County Texas Wife Nellie Inman Occupation: Farming Blue Eyes, Brown Hair
Father born in Alabama, Mother in Tennessee
Was a laborer
1910 Census Home in 1910: 1 J-PCT, COTTLE, Texas Verified wife and daughters Irma and Doris
1930 Census: Home Iowa Park, TX Confirmed Nina Mae Inman
see if related to Samuel Guy Inman Related to Tanhiel - One of the founders of Austin Texas, v ery rich and influential. Was father or grandfather??
EVENTS DURING LIFETIME: 1883 Pendleton Civil Service Act 1884 Depression (through 1885) 1886 Haymarket Riot;American Federation of Labor formed;Wab ash v. Illinois 1887 Dawes Severalty Act, Interstate Commerce Act 1888 Edward Bellamy, "Looking Backward" 1890 Wounded Knee;Sherman Antitrust Act;Sherman Silver Purc hase Act;U.S. Census declares end of the frontier;McKinle y Tariff 1891 Populist Party founded 1892 Omaha Populist Convention;Homestead Steel Strike 1892 Sierra Club founded 1893 Great Northern Railroad completed;Depression (throug h 1897);Frederick Jackson Turner proposes frontier thesis;P anic of 1893 1894 Pullman strike;Coxey's Army 1895 Booker T. Washington's Atlanta Compromise speech;Frede rick Taylor explains scientific management 1895 U.S. v. E.C. Knight 1896 Plessy v. Ferguson upholds separate but equal;McKinle y defeats Bryan for president as free silver forces are cru shed 1897 Dingley Tariff;Economic depression ends 1898 USS Maine sinks in Havana Harbor;Dewey captures Philip pines;Hawaii annexed to U.S.;Anti-Imperialist League establ ished;Philippine insurrection under Aguinaldo begins (unti l 1902) 1899 First Open Door note 1900 Boxer Rebellion in China 1901 McKinley assassinated by Leon Czolgosz;Teddy Roosevel t becomes president;Hay-Paunceforte Treaty authorizes U.S . to build canal across the Isthmus 1902 Northern Securities Company dissolved;Platt Amendmen t passed 1903 Elkins Act passed 1904 Lincoln Steffens writes The Shame of the Cities;Roosev elt Corollary 1905 Treaty of Portsmouth settles Russo-Japanese War 1906 Upton Sinclair writes The Jungle;Pure Food and Drug Ac t passed 1907 Great White Fleet embarks on world tour 1908 Muller v. Oregon Taft elected president 1909 Payne-Aldrich Tariff 1910 Mann Act passed 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Fire;Mexican Revolution erupts 1912 Progressive Party nominates Teddy Roosevelt for presid ency;Wilson elected president in four-way race (vs. T.R., T aft, Debs) 1913 16th (eliminating income tax) & 17th (direct electio n of senators) Amendments passed;Underwood Tariff passed;Fe deral Reserve Act passed 1914 Clayton Antitrust Act passed;Federal Trade Commissio n created;U.S. Navy invades Veracruz;Archduke Ferdinand ass assinated;World War I begins;Panama Canal opens 1915 Lusitania torpedoed;Secretary of State Bryan resigns 1916 Sussex Pledge;Gen. Pershing pursues Pancho Villa in Me xico;Margaret Sanger organizes New York Birth Control Leagu e;Wilson re-elected president 1917 Germany resumes unrestricted submarine warfare;Zimmerm ann note intercepted;Russian Revolution breaks out;U.S. ent ers World War I;Selective Service Act passed;War Industrie s Board created 1918 Wilson's 14 Points;Sedition Act;Armistice declared i n World War I 1919 Treaty of Versailles;Schenck v. U.S.;Senate rejects U. S. entry into League of Nations;18th Amendment outlaws buyi ng, selling, transporting of liquor 1920 19th Amendment ratified (giving women the franchise);P almer raids;Red Scare 1920 First commercial radio broadcast;Warren Harding electe d president;19th Amendment grants women's suffrage 1921 Congress enacts immigration quotas;Washington Naval Co nference 1922 Sinclair Lewis writes Babbitt 1923 Harding dies, succeeded by Coolidge;Teapot Dome scanda l unfolds 1925 Scopes Tennessee Evolution trial 1927 Lindbergh's solo flight across Atlantic;Sacco and Vanz etti executed;first talking film The Jazz Singer produced;B abe Ruth hits 60 home runs 1928 Hoover elected president 1929 Stock Market Crash 1930 Hawley-Smoot Tariff 1931 Japan invades Manchuria 1931 Japan invades Manchuria 1932 Glass-Steagall Banking Act;Reconstruction Finance Corp oration;Bonus Army marches on Washington;Franklin Roosevel t defeats Hoover for president 1933 100 Days legislation;Prohibition repealed;bank holida y proclaimed;Dr. Townsend movement begins 1933 Adolf Hitler becomes chancellor of Germany;U.S. establ ishes diplomatic relations with Soviet Union 1934 Securities and Exchange Commission established 1935 Schecter Poultry v. U.S. invalidates National Recover y Administration;Huey Long organizes Share Our Wealth Socie ty;Father Coughlin creates National Union for Social Justic e;Huey Long assassinated;First Neutrality Act passed 1935 Neutrality Act passed;Nye Committee hearings;Italy inv ades Ethiopia 1936 Butler v. U.S. invalidates Agricultural Adjustment Adm inistration;United Auto Workers begin sit-down strikes 1936 Spanish Civil War begins;Germany reoccupies Rhineland 1937 Roosevelt announces court-packing plan;Roosevelt's qua rantine speech 1937 Japan launches invasion of China;Japan attacks U.S. gu nboat Panay 1938 Appeasement at Munich by Chamberlin 1938 Germany annexes Austria (Anschluss) 1939 Fall of Czechoslovakia;Austria annexed by Germany;Germ any invades Poland 1939 Munich Conference (appeasement);Nazi-Soviet non-agress ion pact;Germany invades Czechoslovakia;Germany invades Pol and;World War 2 begins 1940 Soviet Union invades Baltic states, Finland;Germany' s blitzkrieg war conquers most of western Europe;Germany, I taly, Japan sign Tripartite Agreement;America First Committ ee established;Roosevelt wins unprecedented third term as p resident;U.S. and Britain sign destroyer-for-bases deal;Sel ective Service Act passed 1941 Lend-Lease aid provided for Britain;Germany invades So viet Union;Atlantic Charter signed by Churchill and Rooseve lt;Japan occupies Indochina;Japan attacks Pearl Harbor;Hitl er and Mussolini declare war on U.S.;U.S. enters war 1942 Japan captures Philippines as Bataan and Corregidor fa ll;War Production and War Labor Boards created;Battle of Mi dway;North Africa campaign begins;War Production Board crea ted;Internment of Japanese-Americans begins;Manhattan Proje ct begins 1943 Americans take Guadalcanal;Soviets defeat Germans at S talingrad;Allies invade Italy;Tehran Conference 1944 Allies invade France at Normandy (D-Day);Roosevelt ele cted for fourth term;Americans recapture Philippines;island -hopping campaign retakes Guam and Saipan 1945 Yalta Conference;Roosevelt dies, succeeded by Truman;A llied troops liberate concentration camps;Hitler commits su icide;Soviets capture Berlin;Germany surrenders;Americans c apture Okinawa;Posdam Conference;U.S. drops atomic bombs o n Hiroshima and Nagasaki;Japan surrenders 1945 Atomic age begins;United Nations founded 1946 Crises in Iran and Greece;Atomic Energy Commission est ablished 1947 Communists take over in Hungary;Truman Doctrine announ ced;House Un-american Activities Committee investigates Hol lywood;Jackie Robinson breaks color line in baseball;Taft-H artley Act passed 1948 Communists take over in Czechoslovakia;Draft re-instat ed;Berlin blockade and airlift;Truman elected president;Alg er Hiss case begins;Israel established as nation 1949 NATO established;Soviet Union explodes atomic bomb;Com munists take over in China 1950 Korean War begins;U.S. troops invade North Korea;Chine se troops enter war;Rosenberg spy trial begins;McCarthy beg ins anti-communist campaign;U.S. begins hydrogen bomb progr am 1951 MacArthur relieved of command by Truman;Peace negotiat ions begin in Korea 1952 U.S. ends Japanese occupation;Eisenhower elected presi dent 1953 Korean War ends with truce;Stalin dies 1954 Army-McCarthy hearings;Senate censures McCarthy;Frenc h surrender at Dienbienphu and partition of Vietnam begins; Brown v. Topeka Board of Education rules that separate bu t equal is unequal 1956 Suez crisis 1957 Soviet Union launches Sputnik;Germany joins NATO;Littl e Rock school desegregation crisis 1959 Castro takes over in Cuba;Khruschev visits U.S. 1960 Kennedy-Nixon Debates;John F. Kennedy elected preside nt;Greensboro lunch counter sitins 1961 Freedom rides;Bay of Pigs invasion fails;Kennedy meet s Khruschev in Vienna;Berlin Wall built;Peace Corps establi shed;Alliance for Progress established 1962 First black student (James Meredith) attends Universit y of Mississippi;Cuban Missile Crisis;SDS Port Huron Statem ent 1963 Martin Luther King, Jr. begins Birmingham desegregatio n crusade;Desegregation crisis at University of Alabama;Civ il Rights March on Washington;President Diem toppled by U.S .-supported coup in South Vietnam;Kennedy assassinated in D allas 1964 President Johnson announces war on poverty;Freedom sum mer vote registration campaign in Mississippi;Civil Right s Act passed;VISTA established;Berkeley Free Speech Movemen t;Gulf of Tonkin Resolution passed;U.S. begins bombing of N orth Vietnam;Johnson elected president 1965 Medicare funding begins;Race riots in Watts;Malcol m X assassinated;American combat troops sent to Vietnam Name: Oscar Ray Inman City: Not Stated County: Cottle State : Texas Birth Date: 4 Dec 1884 Race: White Roll: 1952597 Dr aftBoard: 0
More About Oscar Ray Inman: Last Residence: 76367 Iowa Park, Wichita, Texas, United States Of America. Social Security Number: 463-12-3505.
More About Oscar Ray Inman and Nellie Elizabeth Page: Marriage: 1905
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