Found her on the 1880 Normal, McLean, Illinois census (dist 166 img 37) as Angie Lowrey
age 7, an inmante at the Illinois Soldiers Orphans Home. Her brothers Alonso
age 13 and Wallace
age 10 are there also. Note: Originally known as the Civil War Orphans' Home, ISSCS was established in 1865 by an act of the Illinois State legislature as a home for the indigent children of Civil War veterans. The State of Illinois selected Normal as the site of the home in May 1867. The Illinois Soldiers' Orphans' Home (ISOH) opened its doors on June 17, 1869 with 180 children in residence and one main building. Mrs. Virginia C. Ohr, a widow of a Civil War veteran, served as the home's first superintendent. In 1979, the state closed ISSCS after 114 years in operation. - Wikipedia
Found her on the 1900 Elm, Pratt, Kansas census (dist 176 img 6) as Angie Finger
age 25, daughter-in-law. She and her husband Fred
are living with his parents William and Laura Finger
Found her on the 1920 League, Galveston, Texas census (dist 65 img 13) as Angie Finger
Found her on the 1930 Galveston, Galveston, Texas census (dist 23 img 4) as Angie Finger Sr.
age 55, postal clerk, post office. Address: 2115 39th st.
Found her on the 1940 Galveston, Galveston, Texas census (dist 84-51 img 44) as Angie L. Finger
age 65, widow. She is listed among dozens of guests at the Hotel Galvez.