Home Counties Census Books Census DVDs Census CDs Census Tracking Individual Pages Leave it to Genie Contact Us
INVENTORY SALE

75% OFF list price on selected CDs: Click HERE


50% OFF list price on selected Books: Click HERE


CENSUS-TRACKERS

We will track your ancestor through the 1850 - 1930 Census, and e-mail you the results within 24 hours.  Click HERE!

 

CENSUS PAGES

To order photocopies of individual census pages, Click HERE (Incredibly easy-to-read 11" x 17" pages!)

 


1930 FEDERAL CENSUS HEADINGS

PLACE OF ABODE
1) Street, avenue, road, etc.
2) House number (in cities or towns)
3) Number of dwelling house in order of visitation
4) Number of family in order of visitation

5) NAME
of each person whose place of abode on April 1, 1930, was in this family.  Enter surname first, then the given name and 
middle initial, if any.  Include every person living on April 1, 1930.  Omit children born since April 1, 1930.

6) RELATION
Relationship of this person to the head of the family

HOME DATA
7) Home owned or rented
8) Value of home, if owned, or monthly rental, if rented
9) Radio set
10) Does this family live on a farm?

PERSONAL DESCRIPTION
11) Sex
12) Color or race
13) Age at last birthday
14) Marital condition
15) Age at first marriage

EDUCATION
16) Attended school or college any time since Sept. 1, 1929
17) Whether able to read and write

PLACE OF BIRTH
Place of birth of each person enumerated and of his or her parents.  If born in the United States, give State or Territory. 
If of foreign birth, give country in which birthplace is now situated. (See Instructions.)  
Distinguish Canada-French from Canada-English, and Irish Free State from Northern Ireland.
18) PERSON
19) FATHER
20) MOTHER

MOTHER TONGUE (OR NATIVE LANGUAGE) OF FOREIGN BORN
21) Language spoken in home before coming to the United States
CODE (For office use only.  Do not write in these columns)
A) State or M.T.
B) Country
C) Nativity

CITIZENSHIP, ETC.
22) Year of immigration to the United States
23) Naturalization
24) Whether able to speak English

OCCUPATION AND INDUSTRY
25) OCCUPATION
Trade, profession, or particular kind of work, as spinner, salesman, riveter, teacher, etc.
26) INDUSTRY
Industry or business, as cotton mill, dry-goods store, shipyard, public school, etc.
D) CODE (For office use only.  Do not write in this column)
27) Class of worker

EMPLOYMENT
Whether actually at work yesterday (or the last regular working day)
28) Yes or No
29) If not, line number on Unemployment Schedule

VETERANS
Whether a veteran of U.S. military or naval forces
30) Yes or No
31) What war or expedition?

32) Number of farm schedule
Home | Counties | Books | CDs | DVDs | Tracking | Pages | Genie | Contact |

This page may be freely linked to but may not be reproduced or redistributed without permission.

2016 S-K Publications

Last Modified 01.01.2016