Located the 1940 census record of the Carlton Chew household in Gloucester County, New Jersey. Carlton was my paternal 7th cousin 3 times removed. Our common ancestors were Richard Chew and Frances Woodward. Carlton's parents were William Tatem Chew and Lucretta Van Dexter.
At the time of the enumeration, Carlton and his wife were living in Washington Township. The census states that Carlton owned his home and that it was valued at $1200 and he lived on a farm. Chester was 33 years old and born in New Jersey. His wife, Gladys, was also 33 years old and born in New Jersey. In 1935, their residence was the same place.
The record shows that Carlos had completed the 4th grade and that his wife had completed the 8th grade. Carlos' occupation was listed as a moulder in a foundry, while Gladys had no occupation listed.
Also living in the household were son Carlton, age 14, born in New Jersey who had completed the 7th grade; son Clifford, age 9, born in New Jersey who had completed the 2nd grade; daughter Shirley, age 7, born in New Jersey who had completed the 1st grade; daughter Eleanor, age 5, born in New Jersey; and daughter Helen, age 4, born in New Jersey.
If you have any additional information or are connected to this family, I'd love to hear from you.