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Posted 01 January 2008 - 06:33 PM

Enumeration Date: 1890
Each family was enumerated on a separate sheet.
The only surviving fragments are as follows:
* Alabama—Perry County
* District of Columbia—Q, S, 13th, 14th, RQ, Corcoran, 15th, SE, and Roggs streets, and Johnson Avenue
* Georgia—Muscogee County (Columbus)
* Illinois—McDonough County: Mound Township
* Minnesota—Wright County: Rockford
* New Jersey—Hudson County: Jersey City
* New York—Westchester County: Eastchester; Suffok County: Brookhaven Township
* North Carolina—Gaston County: South Point Township, Ricer Bend Township; Cleveland County: Township No. 2
* Ohio—Hamilton County (Cincinnati); Clinton County: Wayne Township
* South Dakota—Union County: Jefferson Township
* Texas—Ellis County: S.P. no. 6, Mountain Peak, Ovila Precinct; Hood County: Precinct no. 5; Rusk County: Precinct no. 6 and J.P. no. 7; Trinity County: Trinity Town and Precinct no. 2; Kaufman County: Kaufman.
Each person was asked:
Full given name
Whether soldier, sailor or marine in Civil War or widow of such person
Relationship to head
Age at nearest birthday
Whether Single, married, widowed or divorced
Whether married between Jun 1, 1889 and May 31, 1890
Mother of how many children and how many living
Father's Birthplace
Mother's Birthplace
Number of years in United States
Whether naturalized
Whether naturalization papers have been taken out
Months employed during census year
School attendance during census year
Able to read
Able to write
Able to speak English, if not which language
Whether suffering an acute or chronic disease
Whether defective in mind, sight, hearing or speech, crippled, maimed, or deformed. Name defect
Whether prisoner, convict, homeless child or pauper.

Memo is for any information about the family or enumeration

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