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John Hawxhurst (miller/mnachinist)
T Hawxhurst (farmer)
Dane Hawxhurst
Timothy Hawxhurst
Lewis Robey (laborer)

It is not clear why Lewis was living with the Hawxhurst family, but it is very possible that he was sent to live with them to…

Lewis H. Robey
Wife: Charlotte E.
Grandaughter: Lealia A.

Lived in Dranesville

Lewis H. Robey (farmer)
Wife: Charlotte
Son: Ervin L. (farmer)
Daugher: Zora E.
Daughter: Lula V. (at school)
Servant: Robert Kidwell (Farm Labor)

Lived in Dranesville

Lewis Robey (farmer)
Wife: Charlotte (keeping house)
Son: De Almon (at home)
Son: Early
Daughter: Mary Augusta
Son: Erwin
Daughter: Zora Elizabeth
Mother In-Law: Susan Hunt

Lived in Dranesville

Lewis H Robey (farmer)
Wife: Charlotte (keeping house)
Son: De Almon
Son: Early
Mother In-Law: Susan A. Hunt

Lived in Dranesville

William F. Robey (farmer)
Wife: Anna
Son: James (farmer)
Son: Lewis
Daugher: Mary
Daughter: Frances

Lived in Fairfax (this might have been Dranesville in later census records)

Bertrand Benton (farmer)
Wife: Bessie Benton
*Uncle*: Henry Obannon

In the 1910 census, Henry is referenced as a boarder of the Bentons, not an uncle.

Lived in Broad Run.

Burton Benton (farmer)
Wife: Bessie Benton
Boarder: Henry J Obannon (own income)

In the 1920 census Burton is listed as Bertrand.

In the 1920 census Henry is listed as an uncle, not a boarder.

Lived in Broad Run.

Henry J Obannon (farmer)
Wife: Martha

Lived in Broad Run.

Henry J. Obannon (farmer)
Servant: Ella Russell (housekeeper)
Sister: Isabella Obannon (housekeeper)

Ella Russell could not write.

Lived in Broad Run.