Census Records

1920 Census 

  • Line 31 - Estelle Faulks 30 (head)
    • Line 32 - Clara ? (daugther)
    • Line 33 - Berta Wright 18 (sister)
    • Line 34 - Gracie Belton 6 (niece) - my Grand Mother

Census Place - Camden, Kershaw, South Carolina

1930 Census 

  • Line 40 - Levy Belton 42 (head)
    • Line 41 - Janie E. 32 (wife)
    • Line 42 - Luther 16 (son)
    • Line 43 - Gracie 15 (daughter) - my Grand Mother
    • Line 44 - Frances 14 (daughter)
    • Line 45 - Rosina 13 (daughter)
    • Line 46 - Levy, Jr. 12 (son)

Gracie Belton Byrd

  • Librarian - Greenwood, South Carolina
  • Cutter, Jamie Irene, "Getting by at the Benjamin Mays Black Branch: Library Access for African Americans in Jim Crow South Carolina, 1940-1971" (2011). Master's Theses. 4087. 
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.31979/etd.sanz-t8qv 
    https://scholarworks.sjsu.edu/etd_theses/4087
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    • Main article for the Benjamin Mays Library begins on page 90 and Gracie is mentioned/referenced on pages v, 2, 88, 90, 99-110, 122-123 and 130-131.