Wow! This could possibly be them. I approximate the James would have been born 1850 thereabouts, and Emily 1860 - 65, in accordance with the ages provided on their daughter Blanch(e)'s birth / marriage certificates. I estimate that Emily would have been born about 64 - 65 to match up with the ages provided on these certificates and although the date given for James would suggest he were a few years younger than listed on these documents, it's altogether possible his age was transcribed incorrectly. Would you mind giving me a link to this census record? Maybe these two are my great-great grandparents - who knows for certain? But still, gives me something else to look into and follow through on. Thanks for much once again - your help has been invaluable.