George Harold (maybe Harrell?) and his wife, Margaret Sarah Woods
I am building a family tree for my husband and have hit a brick wall on his great-grandfather. I have found the grandfather, Theodore Roosevelt Harold(born Nov 3, 1900 in Concordia Kansas, died Sept 13, 1976 in Toledo, Ohio), in several census for Toledo Ohio. He is very well documented. I have the following documents on Theodore: his draft card, his marriage certificate (where I found the names of George and Margaret), his social security card application (with absolutely no information on it, waste of $27), his obituaries (which list his sister, Beatrice Cook, as surviving him) and, of course, a few census for Toledo where he lists Nebraska as where he came from. No birth certificate, as Kansas did not implement them until 1911. I would like to trace the family back a little farther, but can't find any more information about George and Margaret. Here is the information I have on them: Their names and the vague location of "Nebraska". I have searched the census for Concordia, Kansas (as Theodore was born there) and various locations in Nebraska, but have not found any more information about George, Margaret, or even the sister, Beatrice. Note: There is a George Harold that died in Omaha Nebraska in 1962, but that particular George Harold was born in 1901, a year after Theodore, so I am pretty sure he is not the George I am looking for. My father in law remembers meeting Beatrice once when he was growing up and remembers her as being from Yakima Washington and having an apple orchard.I have posted in a few genealogy pages on Facebook, but no one was able to point me in any direction, so I would appreciate any help you could provide!
I have been informed by other researchers that George may have been a Harrell, not a Harold. I have yet to find anything with that name either, but am still looking.