1930 U.S. Census, St. Clair County Farm and Hospital, St. Clair Township, Illinois
 
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St. Clair County Farm and Hospital
1930 U.S. Census, St. Clair County, Illinois

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The following transcription is supplied courtesy of Lawrence Downes, one of the many volunteers for this project.

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More St. Clair County Enumeration Districts (ED) and transcriptions 1930 U.S. census

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Deciphering the ED and sheet numbers
ED stands for Enumeration District. The numbers below represent the County (St. Clair = 82), the ED number, and then the sheet number. All of these numbers can be found in the upper right hand corner of each census sheet. Technically, a census 'page' equals two sheets, numbered sequentially: 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, and so on. If sheets are out-of-sequence on the microfilm, we will note it within the transcription. Be aware that the machine-stamped number located in the upper right-hand corner on every-other census sheet was not used for this transcription. Those who use Ancestry.com to locate a page should be aware that the "sheet number" below is not the ‘page’ number on the Ancestry site. Generally, you must double the sheet number shown here and it will get you within one online image.

Unless otherwise stated, this transcription is in the same order found on the film. Each sheet contains 50 lines but not all lines are used. For example, sheet 1A has lines numbered 1 through 50; sheet 1B has lines numbered 51 through 100. Blank lines are noted below.

Surnames (family names) are in CAPS. The [?] was used in place of unreadable letter(s) or number(s). Information in [square brackets] has been added by the transcriber.


[NOTE: This enumerator’s handwriting is very sloppy and difficult to read. Use your imagination.]

ED 82-100, sheet 1A
St Clair County Home and Hospital, St Clair Township

Wm, STACY, 44
Clara, STACY, 46
GAUGE [CANGE], Llona, 20
Wm, HYLAND, 76
PLUECK [PLACEK], Elsie, 25
ARUDT [ARNDT], Cleola, 20
SCH[?], [?], 21
KREUNMISIH [KRUMMRICH], Christ, 16
WEBER, Elinora, 25
YERKOVICH, Steve, 44
BURNS [or BRUNS], Mallie, 45
KLEIN, Augusta, 40
MCLEAN, Patrick, 75
[?]ERK [YERK], George, 61
STOCKMAN, Louis, 53
THOMAS, [?], 53
BROACH, Frank, 49
MCCLINTOCK, John, 57
UPTON, Nathen, 66
GOODWIN, Albert, 63
ISHWSKI, John, 63
KRANIER, Plulep, 62
KRUMMERICH, Frank, 21
TOE[?]TERMAN, Frank, 87
WIBER [WEBER], John F, 79
WHITE, Haden, 73
CASBY, ThOS., 57
GRAUDEOLAS [GRANDCOLAS], John, 74
GREATHOUS, Douglas, 70
FITZPATRICK, James, 69
RUSSELL, Thos., 58
COX, John, 53
CRUTCHFIELD, Edwin, 46
CULVER, Wm., 80
HOWARD, Mike, 75
CURTAIN, Patrick, 60
CROTTY, John, 73
MEUAUGH [or MENAUGH], Fred, 59
LACEY, Bryan, 71
LEE, Robt, 29
GEIGER, George, 59
MOODY, Robert, 60
SCHAEDLE, Joseph, 70
HERSCHBERGER, Christ, 75
MARION, Micheal, 62
COLEMAN, Patrick, 68
BEAUDLEY [or BRANDLEY], Marie, 76
DUKE [DRAKE], George, 44
LEHR, John, 72
CARNEY, John, 48

ED 82-100, sheet 1B
St Clair County Home and Hospital, St Clair Township

COMLEY, John, 64
ELLERHOFF, Wm, 67
RANDLE, Harry, 41
BLUSSY [BLANEY], Chas, 75
HOLLSTZ, Wm, 54
EVANS, Edward, 64
HAEGE, Louis, 57
ANDERSON, Joseph, 87
KLINE, Peter, 72
SHEA, Micheal, 69
SALLMAUN, Fred, 55
MEDE, Peter, 66
EDWARDS, Ben, 65
BANKS, Harrison, 76
GRAZDO, Joseph, 50
LAUX, Fred., 85
LEHR, Christ, 41
HAGEMAUN, Gus., 46
DESUARCE, John, 56
ERNEST, Henry, 65
VINCENT, James, 72
MARTIN, Jerome, 77
HOWELL, Wm, 61
JOHNSON, Edward, 63
ROHDES, Ellis, 76
MILLER, John, 65
WOLF, Lena, 65
MUTZ, Rosa, 59
CUNNANE, Mary, 59
HARRIED, Anna, 62
CAMPBELL, Mary, 76
NERDEN [HERDEN], Mary, 73
MITCHELL, Johana, 71
WILLIAMS, Elizebeth, 66
JEUKEUS [JENKENS], Elizebeth, 61
DONNES, Sirah, 65
NUDERBUGER [NIEDERBERGER], Margurthe, 67
NELL, Jane Mary, 74
FEUNELL, Anna, 47
MILLER, Susie, 79
RUTINFEAUZ, Barney, 86
FORAU, Mary, 50
WOODSOME [WOODROME], Clara, 47
MCGILL, Mary, 63
MCDANIELS, May, 45
LYONS, Wm, 65
FUGER, Alois, 69
MOORE, Frank, 68
CLARK, Joseph, 70
SAMSON, Samuel, 61

ED 82-100, sheet 2A
St Clair County Home and Hospital, St Clair Township

KIMBEL, Bess, 58
RYAN, Wm, 71
FLOYD, George, 74
BARBS, Louis, 81
HATFIELD, David, 65
GROSS, Philip, 85
BRINK[?] [BRINKMAN], John, 69
RUANA, Edw, 72
LECOMPT, Ryfus, 78
DINGES, Chas., 72
SHARF, George, 72
GOSSERT, John, 78
ERHARDT, Mike, 66
AKERS, Chas, 66
THOMPSON, Joseph, 73
QUALTERS, Mike, 76
MILLER, Chas, 55
GREEN, Wm, 63
SCHNSDT [SCHMIDT], Herman, 72
OCONELL, John, 68
LUNKE [or LEINKE], Henry, 68
LANSERT LAINERT], John, 70
KRAFT, George, 50
HOFFMAN, Chas., 85
HESSE, George, 86
MANGIS, James, 67
MATSENS, John, 66
SCHUARTZ [SCHWARTZ], George, 66
MCGUIRE, Wm, 79
USBAN [URBAN], Joseph, 64
STORM, Micheal, 51
BENSON, Chas, 81
GEPPORT [GEPPERT], Frank C, 61
MILOSH, John, 57
BUTLER, Hored, 72
AUSTICE, Chas, 52
SNIDER, Frank, 70
SMITH, Daniel, 72
PETERSON, Carl, 78
METCALF, Chas, 68
HOFSHIDER, Chas, 76
FITZPATRICK, Barney, 67
HEIR, John, 60
FLANAGAN, Frank, 68
CAMPBELL, Thas, 76
MILEHAM, James, 54
THOMAS, Andrew, 76
ABERH [ABERLE], Frank, 53
BANKERD, Frednand, 82
HERR, Clasener, 45

ED 82-100, sheet 2B
St Clair County Home and Hospital, St Clair Township

ERWIN, Patrick F, 65
SCHAFFER, Louis, 80
BECKHAM, Oliver, 82
DARST, John, 89
PUENTEN, Jacob, 70
EIGLER, Throdore, 77
THOMPSON, Andrew, 72
ROBERTS, Louis, 58
SHELBY, Victor, 80
ADUEY [ADNEY], John, 72
MURPHY, Alex, 68
HOLTZ, Albert, 63
WARNING, John, 72
ADAMS, Alex, 62
SNELVE, Lee, 68
GOODMAN, Julious, 73
SMITH, Louis, 80
FERRIS, Louis, 60
MILES, Frank, 74
TEINLIN, David, 51
MAUL, Henry, 71
MCSTUNE [MCKUNE], Thas, 74
MARTIN, Chas, 79
MATTSFORD, John, 64
DAVIS [DORRIS], Thos, 79
HAMM, Hy, 74
SIEBOLD, Tony, 73
ZAGSOSKY, Martin, 77
REHG, Fred, 59
KRUSE, John, 83
HURA, John, 78
BROWN, George, 66
KLEUGLER [KLINGLER], Tho., 78
METAZER [METSGER/ METZGER], Andrew, 80
BUMS, John, 77
MEYERS, Robt, 70
PARKER, Wm, 71
BAUMEST [BAUMERT], Augest, 81
MALKUT, Tony, 69
BURMEISTER, John, 70
KLINE, Frank, 74
NOUNIHAN [HOUNIHAN], Jerry, 62
COOPER, John, 72
GABEL, Hy, 72
SCHMERBACH, Peter, 86
BENNETT, Steve, 66
WOODSOME [WOODROME], Fred, 43
RILY, John, 70
ROSE, John, 78
GREGRILETIS, George, 67

ED 82-100, sheet 3A
St Clair County Home and Hospital, St Clair Township

ALBHNGER [ABLINGER], Rudolph, 73
MILLER, Elvin E., 70
HOGNE, Edw, 48
BENNETT, Chas, 74
WOLF, Philip, 77
LAUTH, George, 73
KRUPP, Philip, 75
OSCR [OSER], Otto, 80
KELLEY, Wm, 80
CAMERLO, Frank, 68
GROSS, Chas., 82
OSTROSH, Steve, 83
MEESEN [MEESER], Louis, 73
SURNEY, John, 70
KASGHEN, Loren, 62
ZIMMERUM [ZIMMERMAN], Henry, 83
STIENBERY, Emily, 39
BROWN, Mary, 18
WOODY, May, 22
RUSSELL, Albert, 65
SLEHTA, Frank, 66
DESHAT, Jasper, 66
DOMBRASKI, Eva, 85
LAVILLA, Margurta, 87
BARNEY, Harry, 60
CLAMBERS, Walter, 40


   

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