The 1894 Michigan Census for St. Clair County was transcribed from the original census books by a diligent group
of volunteers. Every effort was made to obtain an accurate transcription. Please keep in mind that these records
were handwritten and at times hard to decipher. I urge you to check for spelling variations. The census records can be viewed on microfilm at the St. Clair County Library.
The UsGenWeb is hosting the online transcriptions for the 1894 census. Both the online transcriptions
and the indices they have created can be found by following the link below to their directory page.
Follow the "completed" links to my own posting of the census pages. By posting
the names will be found using the search engine on my homepage.
Below you will find a table covering all the townships and city wards included in this census. I have tried
to give boundaries for the city wards, though some of the streets no longer exist or may have been renamed. According
to , the following street
names were changed to...
McMorran Blvd. *
Grand River Ave. *
Clairmont St. (1st street east of Fort St.) *
State St. **
Andrew Murphy Dr. *
[west of Huron Ave. once called River St.] *
Glenwood Ave. *
* Helen Endlich, A Story of Port Huron, (Port Huron: Helen
Endlich, 1981), 2.
** George Fuller, Historic Michigan, (National HIstorical
Association, Inc., c 1926), 69.
Links to abbreviations and column headers used in the 1894 census are also listed below.
Sally Bohs, Sandra Daniels, Jodie Dortman, Patricia Edie, Tom Edie, JoAnn Frazer, C.E.G., Gayle
Graham, Bobbi Heidenrich, Ella Klein, Sharon Lonsby, Linda Marthen, Kay Mitchell, Marge Owens, Tarry Radatz, Lois
Wedge, Helen Whiting, Deby Worden & Others