Saturday, February 9, 2019

The 1940 Census Extractor for Stephen Alexander UNDERWOOD, Jr.




1940 U.S. Census of Sarah Ahern Household

Kansas City, Jackson Co., Missouri

Ward 7, Block 18 Enumeration on 15 April 1940 by Kathleen Conroy

Address: 4024 Clark Avenue

Line 43: Sarah Ahern, head, female, white, age 73, widowed, home owned free and valued at $2,000, did not attend school this year, attended school through grade 8, born in New York, lived in same house in 1935, not employed for pay, no public emergency work, not seeking work, does not have an employment history, unable to work, no occupation listed, income listed as zero, no income from other sources. 

Line 44: Henry Ahern, son, male, white, age 35, single, did not attend school this year, attended high school through second year, born in Missouri, lived in same house in 1935, employed for pay, worked 44 hours this week, bookkeeper in a commercial bath company, wage or salary worker in private work, worked 52 weeks in 1939, income was $1,440, no income from other sources. 

Line 45: Stephen A. Underwood, son-in-law, male, white, age 48, married, died not attend school this year, attended college through third year, born in Missouri, lived in same house in 1935, not employed for pay, no public emergency work, seeking work, unemployed for 13 weeks, candy jobber on his own candy route, working on own account, worked 39 weeks in 1939, income listed as zero, yes to income from other sources question. 

Line 46: Mary F. Underwood, daughter, female, white, age 42, married, did not attend school this year, attended high school through second year, born in Missouri, lived in same house in 1935, not employed for pay, no public emergency work, not seeking work, no employment history, does home housework, no occupation listed, no income from other sources. 

Line 47: Jerrold E. Underwood, grandson, male, white, age 16, single, attended school this year, current education through second year of high school, born in Missouri, lived in same house in 1935, not employed for pay, does public emergency work, worked 28 hours this week, laboratory assistant in N.Y.A. high school, wage or salary worker in private work, worked 13 weeks in 1939, income $30, no income from other sources. 

Line 48: Stephen A. Underwood, Jr., grandson, male, white, age 15, single, attended school this year, current education through first year of high school, born in Missouri, lived in same house in 1935, not employed for pay, no public emergency work, not seeking work, no employment history, at school, no occupation listed, no income from other sources. 

Line 49: James Underwood, grandson, male, white, age 8, single, attended school this year, current education through first grade, born in Missouri, lived in same house in 1935, no occupation listed. 

Line 50: A. Joseph Underwood, grandson, male, white, age 6, single, attended school this year, current education is listed as grade zero [has not completed a year of school yet], born in Missouri, lived in same house in 1935, no occupation listed.

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Source Citation: 
1940 United States census, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, population schedule, ward 7, block 18, enumeration district (ED) 116-133, sheet 5-B, line 48, dwelling 105, Stephen A. Underwood Jr.; digital image, Ancestry.com (https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/2442/m-t0627-02171-00195/90215076?backurl=https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/17747247/person/584084126/facts/citation/1080277890787/edit/record : downloaded 9 February 2019); National Archives and Records Administration, microfilm series T627, roll 2171.

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1 comment:

  1. Hi Christy, Thanks for creating & sharing your blog. I came here via Janine Adams' blog post about your Census Predictor, which is a great contribution to the future! I like the way you think & organize your information. I just started genealogy this past year & I really appreciate being able to learn from your work. I have found that if I slow down and transcribe every single bit of information from a census form I can learn so much about the family unit. I am working on getting all those facts properly cited and into Roots Magic. Best of luck with your blog!

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