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Posted 17 September 2011 - 11:20 AM

1910 TMG Census Sentences


These were created by Betty Frain. You can contact her at brfrain@comcast.net
Head of Family (male):
Use this sentence for the Head of Family role. This is the male sentence. \


[:CR:][:CR:][R:Head of Family] was listed as the head of household on the 1910 Census <recorded [D]> <[L]>. The official date of this census was 15 Apr 1910 . Also living in the household were <his wife, [R:wife]> <, his son, [R:son]> <, his sons, [R:sons]> <, his daughter, [R:daughter]> <, his daughters, [R:daughters]> <, his step son, [R:step son]> <, his step sons, [R:step sons]> <, his step daughter, [R:step daughter]> <, his step daughters, [R:step daughters]> <, his brother, [R:brother]> <, his brothers, [R:brothers]> <, his sister, [R:sister]> <, his sisters, [R:sisters]>. <, his brother-in-law, [R:brother-in-law]> <, his brothers-in-law, [R:brothers-in-law]> <, his sister-in-law, [R:sister-in-law]> <, his sisters-in-law, [R:sisters-in-law]><, his son-in-law, [R:son-in-law]> <, his sons-in-law, [R:sons-in-law]> <, his daughter-in-law, [R:daughter-in-law]> <, his daughters-in-law, [R:daughters-in-law]> <, his grandchild, [R:grandchild]> <, his grandchildren, [R:grandchildren]> <, his grandson, [R:grandson]> <, his grandsons, [R:grandsons]> <, his granddaughter, [R:granddaughter]> <, his granddaughters, [R:granddaughters]> <, his mother, [R:mother]> <, his father, [R:father]> <, his father-in-law, [R:father-in-law]> <, his mother-in-law, [R:mother-in-law]> <, his grandfather, [R:grandfather]> <, his grandfathers, [R:grandfathers]> <, his grandmother, [R:grandmother]> <, his grandmothers, [R:grandmothers]><, his uncle, [R:uncle]> <, his uncles, [R:uncles]> <, his aunt, [R:aunt]> <, his aunts, [R:aunts]> <, his nephew, [R:nephew]> <, his nephews, [R:nephews]> <, his niece, [R:niece]> <, his nieces, [R:nieces]> <, his cousin, [R:cousin]> <, his cousins, [R:cousins]> <, a farm hand, [R:farm hand]> <, farm hands, [R:farm hands]> <, a hired girl, [R:hired girl]> <, hired girls, [R:hired girls]> <, a lodger, [R:lodger]> <, lodgers, [R:lodgers]> <, a servant, [R:servant]> <, servants, [R:servants]> <[M3]>





Use this sentence for the Head of Family Role. This is the female sentence.

Head of Family (female): [:CR:][:CR:][R:Head of Family] was listed as the head of household on the 1910 Census <recorded [D]> <[L]>. The official date of this census was 15 Apr 1910 . Also living in the household were <her husband, [R:husband]> <, her son, [R:son]> <, her sons, [R:sons]> <, her daughter, [R:daughter]> <, her daughters, [R:daughters]> <, her step son, [R:step son]> <, her step sons, [R:step sons]> <, her step daughter, [R:step daughter]> <, her step daughters, [R:step daughters]> <, her brother, [R:brother]> <, her brothers, [R:brothers]> <, her sister, [R:sister]> <, her sisters, [R:sisters]> <, her brother-in-law, [R:brother-in-law]> <, her brothers-in-law, [R:brothers-in-law]> <, her sister-in-law, [R:sister-in-law]> <, her sisters-in-law, [R:sisters-in-law]> <, her son-in-law, [R:son-in-law]> <, her sons-in-law, [R:sons-in-law]><, her daughter-in-law, [R:daughter-in-law]> <, her daughters-in-law, [R:daughters-in-law]> <, her grandchild, [R:grandchild]> <, her grandchildren, [R:grandchildren]> <, her granddaughter, [R:granddaughter]> <, her granddaughters, [R:granddaughters]> <, her mother, [R:mother]> <, her father, [R:father]> <, her father-in-law, [R:father-in-law]> <, her mother-in-law, [R:mother-in-law]> <, her grandfather, [R:grandfather]> <, her grandfathers, [R:grandfathers]> <, her grandmother, [R:grandmother]> <, her grandmothers, [R:grandmothers]> <, her grandson, [R:grandson]> <, her grandsons, [R:grandsons]> <, her uncle, [R:uncle]> <, her uncles, [R:uncles]> <, her aunt, [R:aunt]> <, her aunts, [R:aunts]> <, her nephew, [R:nephew]> <, her nephews, [R:nephews]> <, her niece, [R:niece]> <, her nieces, [R:nieces]> <, her cousin, [R:cousin]> <, her cousins, [R:cousins]> <, a farm hand, [R:farm hand]> <, farm hands, [R:farm hands]> <, a hired girl, [R:hired girl]> <, hired girls, [R:hired girls]> <, a lodger, [R:lodger]> <, lodgers, [R:lodgers]> <, a servant, [R:servant]> <, servants, [R:servants]>. <[M3]>

Use this sentence when there is only the head of household and one other person.

HOH+1(male): [:CR:][:CR:][:TAB:][R:HOH+1 was listed as the head of household on the 1910 Census <recorded [D]> <[L]>. The official date of this census was 15 Apr 1910. Also living in the household was <his wife, [R:wife]> <, his son, [R:son]> <, his daughter, [R:daughter]> <, his step son, [R:step son]> <, his step daughter, [R:step daughter]> <, his brother, [R:brother]> <, his sister, [R:sister]> <, his brother-in-law, [R:brother-in-law]> <, his sister-in-law, [R:sister-in-law]> <, his son-in-law, [R:son-in-law]> <, his daughter-in-law, [R:daughter-in-law]> <, his grandchild, [R:grandchild]> <, his grandson, [R:grandson]> <, his granddaughter, [R:granddaughter]> <, his mother, [R:mother]> <, his father, [R:father]> <, his father-in-law, [R:father-in-law]> <, his mother-in-law, [R:mother-in-law]> <, his grandfather, [R:grandfather]> <, his grandmother, [R:grandmother]> <, his uncle, [R:uncle]> <, his aunt, [R:aunt]> <, his nephew, [R:nephew]> <, his niece, [R:niece]> <, his cousin, [R:cousin]> <, a farm hand, [R:farm hand]> <, a hired girl, [R:hired girl]> <, a lodger, [R:lodger]> <, a servant, [R:servant]>. <[M2]>



Use this sentence for the female Head of household and only one other person.

HOH+1(female): [:CR:][:CR:][:TAB:][R:HOH+1] was listed as the head of household on the 1910 Census <recorded [D]> <[L]>. The official date of this census was 15 Apr 1910. Also living in the household was <her husband, [R:husband]> <, her son, [R:son]> <, her daughter, [R:daughter]> <, her step son, [R:step son]> <, her step daughter, [R:step daughter]> <, her brother, [R:brother]> <, her sister, [R:sister]> <, her brother-in-law, [R:brother-in-law]> <, her sister-in-law, [R:sister-in-law]> <, her son-in-law, [R:son-in-law]> <, her daughter-in-law, [R:daughter-in-law]> <, her grandchild, [R:grandchild]> <, her grandson, [R:grandson]> <, her granddaughter, [R:granddaughter]> <, her mother, [R:mother]> <, her father, [R:father]> <, her father-in-law, [R:father-in-law]> <, her mother-in-law, [R:mother-in-law]> <, her grandfather, [R:grandfather]> <, her grandmother, [R:grandmother]> <, her uncle, [R:uncle]> <, her aunt, [R:aunt]> <, her nephew, [R:nephew]> <, her niece, [R:niece]> <, her cousin, [R:cousin]> <, a farm hand, [R:farm hand]> <, a hired girl, [R:hired girl]> <, a lodger, [R:lodger]> <, a servant, [R:servant]>. <[M2]>

Use this sentence when the Head Of Household was the only person living in the household.


HOH living alone: [:CR:][:CR:][:TAB:][R:HOH living alone] was listed as the head of a family on the 1910 census < recorded [D]> < [L]>, living alone. The official date of this census was 15 Apr 1910 . <[M2]>





You will need to set up sentences for each of the roles in the sentences above.

Here is an example using the Daughter role.

[R:Daughter] was listed as the daughter of [R:Head of Family] on the 1910 Census <recorded [D]> <[L]>. The official date of this census was 15 Apr 1910 . <[M2]>




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