Yes, in regards to Little Walter through Little Annie, that is what I have in my notes.
Where did you find the information on Consuela and Audrey? I had been unable to confirm that they were Jerry's children. I can see that Jerry ended up in Harris County, Texas.
The 1920 Census lists Margaret Scott as Head of House. Son: John M; Daughters: Ida, Rosanna, Mattie, Frederick (Son), Annie. Nephew: Lewis Johnson, Granddaughters: Consueala, Willie M.
This infers that Lewis Johnson Sr (d. Aug 17 1917) was probably married to the listed Mrs. Bettie Johnson (died May 9, 1918) and that Bettie was either a sister of Margaret or John Sr. This takes care of the Johnson connection.
The listed Willie M Scott on the census I'm not sure about. Obviously, Jerry lived in the next household, so his connection makes sense.
I do not know enough about how families worked at this time period in this part of Texas. Is it possible that Margaret (whose Bible I think this must have been) would have recorded the births and deaths of an extended church family?
Who took over recording in the Bible after Margaret passed away (in other words, who became the next head of household?).
Thank you for your help!