John Lezenby served in the Army during World War I, from 2 July 1917 to 4 June 1919 (BIRLS)
The 1920 census (1027:4B) reported John Wallace with his mother's brother at 4 North Boulevard, Vineland, Cumberland County, New Jersey:
|Woodruff, Joseph W.||head||M||W||55||M||MD||NJ||NJ||harkman,
|Lezenby, Wallace||nephew||M||W||21||S||NJ||NJ||NJ||auto driver,
John Wallace Lezenby married AGNES BROOKS probably some time in 1920, after the census on 1 January. Agnes was born at New Jersey on 3 December 1899, a child of Alfred J. Brooks and Carrie Bassett.
The 1930 census (1327:4B) reported this young family at 507 Elmer Street, Vineland:
|Lezenby, John||head||M||W||32||M||NJ||NJ||NJ||taxi driver,
This record further indicated that the household had two boarders, that John Wallace and Agnes married at the ages of 22 and 20 respectively, and John Wallace was a veteran of World War I.
Agnes Brooks Lezenby died on March 1985, a resident of Estero, Lee County, Florida (SSDI). John Wallace died on 2 May 1988 a resident of Pennsville, Salem County, New Jersey (SSDI).
John Wallace Lezenby and his wife Agnes Brooks had the following children:
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