Great-grandparents last name spelled wrong on Census and in the interpretation.
It is in the description as: Robert Loot
United States Census, 1920
Arkansas, United States
Creek, Oklahoma, United States
Spouse Laura Toot
Children Ester Toot, Mamie Toot, Jessie Toot
The only reason I found them was that my grandmother had told me that they lived close to to my grandfather's (Emmit Smith) family. When I found the W. E. Smith Family and all the family names matched I checked the next page... not there. I went back to the prior page and there at the top was Grandma Mamie and her mother and sisters. Only the name was spelled with two "O"s instead of two "T"s. When I went back to find her another day I couldn't. I had to go to the page Looking for grandpa Smith. Then I find the above. Rather insulting for her to be listed this way not to mention hard to find for any researchers. Is there any way to get this changed. I understand the census it's self cannot be changed. But the interpretation of what was written should be.