The 1930 Census, includes more information about Reuben Nash and the relationship to his neighbors the Bramells and the Pattersons. The census indicates Ralph Nash to be the son of Reuben and Mary C Nash.
The 1900 Census record shows that Reuben Nash is now the head of his household. He is married to Mary C Nash (Mary Penny Nash). They have several children and live near the Patterson family. It notes that the Nash Family are African American.
Headstone of Reuben and his wife, Mary Penny Nash. Reuben Nash is the oldest member of the Nash family buried in the Nash Family Cemetery. During his lifetime he expanded the Nash Family property greatly by buying land from his Neighbors including…
Headstone Ralph Nash, who died of Typhoid fever in Washington DC at the age of twenty-two. Most likely William R Nash , son of Reuben Nash and step son of Mary Penny Nash, see census records for details.