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UNITED STATES CENSUS, 1940

Census Questions Asked

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State
County
Incorporated Place
Township or other division of county
Ward of City
Block Nos.
Unincorporated Place
Institution
Enumerated by me on (Date)
Questions to be asked of individuals
LOCATION
1Street, avenue, road, etc.
2House number (in cities and towns)
HOUSEHOLD DATA
3Number of Household in order of visitation
4Home ownded (O) or rented (R)
5Value of home, if owned, or monthly rental, if rented
6Does this household live on a farm? (Yes or No)
NAME
7Name of each person whose usual place of residence on April 1, 1940, was in this household.
BE SURE TO INCLUDE:
1. Persons temporarily absent from household. Write "Ab" after names of such persons.
2. Children under 1 year of age. Write "Infant" if child has not been given a first name.
RELATION
8Relationship of this person to the head of the household, as wife, daughter, father, mother-in-law, grandson, lodger, lodger's wife, servant, hired hand, etc.
ACODE (Leave blank)
PERSONAL DESCRIPTION
9Sex—Male (M), Female (F)
10Color or race (White-W; Negro-Neg; Indian-In; Chinese-Chi; Japanese-Jp; Filipino-Fil; Hindu-Hin; Korean-Kor; Other races, spell out in full
11Age at last birthday
12Marital Status—Single (S), Married (M), Widowed (Wd), Divorced (D)
EDUCATION
13Attended school or college any time since March 1, 1940 (Yes or No)
14Highest Grade of school completed (None (0); 1st to 8th grade (0-8); High School (H1-H4); College to 4 years (C1-C4), College >=5 years (5)
BCODE (Leave Blank)
PLACE OF BIRTH
15If born in the United States, give State, Territory, or possession.
If foreign born, give country in which birthplace was situated on January 1, 1937.
Distinguish Canada-French from Canada-English and Irish Free State (Eire) from Northern Ireland.
CCODE (Leave blank)
CITIZENSHIP
16Citizenship of the foreign born. (Naturalized-Na; Having first papers-Pa, Alien-Al; American Citizen Born Abroad-AmCit
RESIDENCE, APRIL 1, 1935
IN WHAT PLACE DID THIS PERSON LIVE ON APRIL 1, 1935?
For a person who, on April 1, 1935, was living in the same house as present, enter in Col. 17 "Same House," and for one living in a different house but in the same city or town, enter, "Same Place," leaving Cols. 18, 19, and 20 blank, in both instances.
For a person who lived in a different place, enter city or town, county, and State, as directed in the instructions. (Enter actual place of residence, which may differ from Mail Address.
17City, town, or village having 2,500 or more inhabitants.
Enter "R" for all other places.
18COUNTY
19STATE (or Territory or foreign country)
20On a farm? (Yes or No)
DCODE (Leave blank)
PERSONS 14 YEARS OLD AND OVER - EMPLOYMENT STATUS
21Was this person AT WORK for pay or profit in private or nonemergency Govt. work during week of March 24-30? (Yes or No)
22If not, was he at work on, or assigned to, public EMERGENCY WORK (WPA, NYA, CCC, etc.) during week of March 24-30? (Yes or No)
If neither at work no assigned to public emergency work("No" in Cols. 21 and 22)
23Was this person SEEKING WORK? (Yes or No)
24If not seeking work, did he HAVE A JOB, business, etc.? (Yes or No)
For persons answering "No" to quest. 21, 22, 23, and 24
25Indicate whether engaged in home housework (H), in school (S), unable to work (U), or other (Ot)
ECODE
If at private or nonemergency Government work ("Yes" in Col. 21)
26Number of hours worked during week of March 24-30, 1940
If seeking work or assigned to public emergency work. ("Yes" in Col. 22 or 23)
27Duration of unemployment up to March 30 - in weeks
OCCUPATION, INDUSTRY, AND CLASS OF WORKER
For a person at work, assigned to public emergency work, or with a job ("Yes" in Col. 21, 22, or 24), enter present occupation, industry, and class of worker.
For a person seeking work ("Yes" in Col. 23): (a) If he has previous work experience, enter last occupation, industry, and class of worker; or (b) if he does not have pervious work experience, enter "New worker" in Col. 28, and leave Cols. 29 and 30 blank.
28OCCUPATION
Trade, profession, or particular kind of work, as -
frame spinner
salesman
laborer
rivet heater
music teacher
29INDUSTRY
Industry or business, as - cotton mill
retail grocery
farm
shipyard
public school
30 Class of Worker (Wage or Salary-PW; Govt Work-GW; Employer-E; Working on own account-OA; Unpaid family worker-NP
FCODE (Leave blank) 3 columns
31Number of weeks worked in 1939(Equivalent full-time weeks)
INCOME IN 1939 (12 months ending December 31, 1939)
32Amount of money wages or salary received (including commissions)
33Did this person receive income of 850 or more from sources other than money wages or salary? (Yes or No)
34Number of Farm Schedule


Babilya-9, Frank Babilya

Event Date2 April 1940
ResidenceCass Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania, United States
Source"United States Census, 1940," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KQ64-LCJ : 12 February 2020), Frank Babilya, Cass Township, Schuylkill, Pennsylvania, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 54-14, sheet 1B, line 72, family 14, Sixteenth Census of the United States, 1940, NARA digital publication T627. Records of the Bureau of the Census, 1790 - 2007, RG 29. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012, roll 3601.
Household MembersBabilya, FrankBabilya, Anna
RoleHeadWife
SexMaleFemale
RaceWhiteWhite
Age2419
Marital StatusMarriedMarried
Attended Current School or College Year?NoNo
Highest Grade CompletedH46
BirthplacePennsylvania, United StatesPennsylvania, United States
Citizenship of Foreign Born
Residence 1 April 1935Same HouseColumbia County, Pennsylvania, United States
Working in March 1940?YesNo
Public Emergency Work?--
Have a Job?Yes-
Seeking Work?
Housework, School, OtherOTH
Hours Worked 24-30 March40
Weeks Employes to 30 March51
OccupationLaborer, Coal Mines
Class of Worker
Weeks Worked 1939?24
Income 1939$300
Non-income Money Received?NoNo


Coogan-199, James Joseph Coogan

Event Date10 April 1940
Event Place320 Coal Street, Port Carbon, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania, United States
Farm?No
Residence in 1935Same House
Source"United States Census, 1940," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KQ7R-MJP : 13 December 2019), James Coogan, Port Carbon Borough, Schuylkill, Pennsylvania, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 54-100, sheet 9B, line 58, family 150, Sixteenth Census of the United States, 1940, NARA digital publication T627. Records of the Bureau of the Census, 1790 - 2007, RG 29. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012, roll 3604.
Household MembersCoogan, JamesCoogan, ElizabethCoogan, FrancisCoogan, ElizabethCoogan, Daniel
RoleHeadWifeSonDaughterSon
SexMaleFemaleMaleFemaleMale
RaceWhiteWhiteWhiteWhiteWhite
Age6053252617
Marital StatusMarriedMarriedSingleSingleSingle
Attended School Since 1 March 1940?NoNoNoNoNo
Highest Grade Completed46H4H4H2
BirthplacePennsylvania, United StatesPennsylvania, United StatesPennsylvania, United StatesPennsylvania, United StatesPennsylvania, United States
Working Week of 24-30 March?NoNoYesYesNo
Emergency Work Week 24-30 March?NoNoNoNoNo
Seeking Work?NoNoNoNoNo
Have a Job?NoYesYesNoNo
Housework, School, Unable to Work, OtherHOTOTS
Hours Worked 24-30 March4848
Duration of Unemployement to 30 March00
OccupationClerk, Sears RoebuckClerk, General Store
Number Weeks Worked 19390052520
Income in 193900$780$6240
Other income $50 or MoreNoNoNoNoNo


Erwin-2123, Reuben Arvil Erwin

Event Date1940
ResidenceTract 34, Dallas, Justice Precinct 1, Dallas County, Texas, United States
Residence in 1935Same Place
Living on a Farm?No
Source"United States Census, 1940," database with images, FamilySearch ([1] : 29 January 2020), Ruebin O Erwin, Tract 34, Dallas, Justice Precinct 1, Dallas, Texas, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 255-162, sheet 1B, line 58, family 24, Sixteenth Census of the United States, 1940, NARA digital publication T627. Records of the Bureau of the Census, 1790 - 2007, RG 29. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012, roll 4177.
Household MembersErwin, Reuben ArvilErwin, MargaretErwin, Bonnie JErwin, Victor Ray
RoleHeadWifeDaughterSon
SexMaleFemaleFemaleMale
RaceWhiteWhiteWhiteWhite
Age3319139
Marital StatusMarriedMarriedSingleSingle
Attended Current School or College Year?NoNoYesYes
Highest Grade Completed8662
BirthplaceOklahoma Territory, United StatesTexas, United StatesTexas, United StatesTexas, United States
Citizenship of Foreign Born
Working in March 1940?YesNoNono
Public Emergency Work?----
Have a Job?YesNoNoNo
Seeking Work?
Housework, School, OtherOTH
Hours Worked 24-30 March48
Weeks Employes to 30 March51
OccupationHandles Freight, Zanes Freight Inc
Class of WorkerWaged
Weeks Worked 1939?52
Income 1939$1040
Non-income Money Received?No


Foulke-252, Irwin Foulke

NameIrwin Foulke
Event TypeCensus
Event Date26 April 1940
Event PlaceRichland Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, United States
1935 ResidenceSame Place
On a Farm?No
Source"United States Census, 1940," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KQQV-HHY : 28 July 2019), Irwin Foulke, Richland Township, Bucks, Pennsylvania, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 9-72, sheet 1A, line 9, family 3, Sixteenth Census of the United States, 1940, NARA digital publication T627. Records of the Bureau of the Census, 1790 - 2007, RG 29. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012, roll 3447.
NameFoulke, IrwinFoulke, Emma LFoulke, Nancy JeanFoulke, Dolores May
RoleHeadWifeDaughterDaughter
GenderMaleFemaleFemaleFemale
Age313208
Marital StatusMarriedMarriedSingleSingle
RaceWhiteWhiteWhiteWhite
Birth Year (Estimated)1909190819401932
Attended School Since 1 March 1940NoNoNoYes
Highest Grade Achieved8803
BirthplacePennsylvania, United StatesPennsylvania, United StatesPennsylvania, United StatesPennsylvania, United States
At work week 24-31 March 1940?YesNo
Number hours worked 24-30 March 194030
<b>OccupationSupervisor, Township Highway
Class of WorkerWaged
Number Weeks Worked 1939300
Income 1939$6000
Other income?NoNo


Manajlo-1, Anna Manajlo Babilya

Event Date2 April 1940
ResidenceCass Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania, United States
Owned or RentedOwned
Value of Home$600
Farm?No
Household MembersBabilya, AnnaBabilya, MichaelBabilya, MaryBabilya, MarthaBabilya, HelenBabilya, CatherineFatula, JohnFatula, Anna
RoleHeadSonDaughterDaughterDaughterDaughterSon-in-LawDaughter
SexFemaleMaleFemaleFemaleFemaleFemaleMaleFemale
RaceWhiteWhiteWhiteWhiteWhiteWhiteWhiteWhite
Age4921191715132625
Marital StatusWidowedSingleSingleSingleSingleSingleMarriedMarried
Attended SchoolNoNoNoYesYesYesNoNo
Highest Grade of School CompletedH1H3H4H4H28H2H1
BirthplaceHungaryPennsylvania, United StatesPennsylvania, United StatesPennsylvania, United StatesPennsylvania, United StatesPennsylvania, United StatesPennsylvania, United StatesPennsylvania, United States
Residence 1935?Same HouseSame HouseSame HouseSame HouseSame HouseSame HouseSame HouseSame House
At Work Week of 24-30 March?NoYesYesNoNoNoYesNo
Public Emergency Work?No--NoNoNo-No
Seeking work?No--NoNo-
Have a Job?---
Hours Worked 24-30 March?364535
Duration of unemployment to 30 March52
Occupation-Laborer, Coal MinesCook, Hospital--Laborer, Coal Mines-
Class of WorkerNPPWPWPW
Weeks Worked 1939052250080
<b>Income 19390$360$37500$1100



Surmay-2, John Surmay

Event Date25 April 1940
ResidenceWest Grand Avenue, Porter Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania, United States
Household MembersSurmay, JohnSurmay, MarySurmay, MarySurmay, BerthaSurmay, JohnSurmay, ElizabethSouko, Mike
RoleHeadWifeDaughterDaughterSonDaughterFather-in-Law
SexMaleFemaleFemaleFemaleMaleFemaleMale
RaceWhiteWhiteWhiteWhiteWhiteWhiteWhite
Age46361994170
Marital StatusMarriedMarriedSingleSingleSingleSingleWidowed
Attended Current School or College Year?NoNoNoYesNoNoNo
Highest Grade Completed67H43
BirthplaceAustriaPennsylvania, United StatesPennsylvania, United StatesPennsylvania, United StatesPennsylvania, United StatesPennsylvania, United StatesAustria
Citizenship of Foreign BornNaturalizedAlien
Residence 1 April 1935Same HouseSame HouseSame HouseSame HouseSame HouseSame HouseSame House
Working in March 1940?YesNoNoNo
Public Emergency Work?-NoNoNo--No
Have a Job?-NoNo---No
Seeking Work?-NoNoNo
Housework, School, Other-HHU
Hours Worked 24-30 March35
Weeks Employes to 30 March
OccupationPumper, Coal Washing
Class of WorkerPaid Worker
Weeks Worked 1939?16
Income 19390$378
Non-income Money Received?No


Timko-66, Metro Timko

Event Date20-22 April 1940
ResidenceAlley, Centralia, Columbia County, Pennsylvania, United States
Owned or RentedRented
Monthly Rent$13
Farm?No
Source"United States Census, 1940," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KQF3-L4X : 15 December 2019), Metro Timko, Centralia Borough, Columbia, Pennsylvania, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 19-28, sheet 30B, line 62, family 501, Sixteenth Census of the United States, 1940, NARA digital publication T627. Records of the Bureau of the Census, 1790 - 2007, RG 29. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012, roll 3474.
Household Members
NameTimko, MetroTimko, AnnaTimko, AlexTimko, StellaTimko, HelenTimko, MetroTimko, CatherineTimko, CharlesTimko, PearlCoushak, John
RoleHeadWifeSonDaughterDaughterSonDaughterSonDaughterBoarder
SexMaleFemaleMaleFemaleFemaleMaleFemaleMaleFemaleMale
Age56472217151186554
BirthplaceAustriaAustriaPennsylvania, United StatesPennsylvania, United StatesPennsylvania, United StatesPennsylvania, United StatesPennsylvania, United StatesPennsylvania, United StatesPennsylvania, United StatesAustria
CitizenshipNaturalizedNaturalizedCitizenCitizenCitizenCitizenCitizenCitizenCitizenAlien
Residence in 1935Same PlaceSame PlaceSame PlaceSame PlaceSame PlaceSame PlaceSame PlaceSame PlaceSame PlaceSame Place
At Work 24-30 MarchNoNoNoNoNoNo
Emergency Gov't Work?NoNoNoNoNoNo
Seeking Work?YesNoYesYesNoYes
Have a job?-No--No-
Engaged in-Housework--School-
Weeks unemployed to 31 March 194049365252
OccupationMiner, Coal MinesNew WorkerNew WorkerMiner, Coal Mines
Class of WorkerWaged or SalariedWaged or Salaried
Number of weeks worked 193980
1939 Income200
$50 or more other incomeYesNoNoNoYes




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