|The 1940 census was
released in April of 2012 and thanks to
volunteers, the entire Federal census
which included 132 million people living
in the 48 continental U.S. was indexed
within months, and is searchable for free
at FamilySearch. This census schedule is
different than previous years, asking
additional questions regarding previous
residence in 1935, years of education,
and industry. The bottom of the page also
includes supplementary questions for
those persons who were enumerated on
lines 14 & 29 and lines 44 & 79.
For an enlarged image view of all the
columns, questions asked, and
explanations - click
It should be noted that census
takers were asked to record information
about all those who were in a household
on the census day, which was 01 Apr 1940.
A census taker might have visited a house
on a later date, but the information
collected was supposed to have been about
the people who were in the residence on
the census day of April 1st.
|Please Note! Census
records included on this web site contain
corrections to obvious errors and may
also include surnames of married women
when known. These extractions
are not intended as an exact
transcription of the actual census, but
as a tool to provide more accurate
information for genealogical research. I
have taken caution with these additions
and/or corrections and done so only in a
case where other records indicate there
was an obvious error. - If you find I've
added anything incorrectly, please feel
free to advise me.
in 1769 as an original county
Ward 4 | ED 6-47
Street - Family #215
||RESIDENCE IN 1935
|Week, Emma T.
|Swain, Emma F. (Jones)
|Although Frank indicates he
worked 40 hours and 48 weeks (Col's 26,
31& 32) no 1939 income is recorded
asks amount of income in 1939, nothing is
recorded. Emma Swain, widow of Benjamin
who died in 1908 is included in the
indicating her father was born in
Maryland and her mother in New Hampshire.
Indicates not a veteran or recipient of a
Social Security card, married at age of
22, no children.
06 Sep 2013
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