Unfortunately, the 1910 Census for the State of New Jersey is not indexed or Soundexed. In smaller towns a bit of dogged determination can often result in success in finding ancestors but in a city of several hundred thousand determination is often not enough.
For purposes of the 1910 Census Jersey City was divided into 150 enumeration districts ranging from E.D. 78 in lower Jersey City to E.D. 228 in Hudson City. By narrowing your search down to a specific enumeration district you can greatly increase you chance of success.
First you must uncover the exact address of your family at the time of the Census either through your own records or by consulting a 1910 Jersey City Directory. These directories are often available in larger libraries around the country.
After you have determined the correct address e-mail it to me at: Bob Murgittroyd with a subject field 1910 Census. I will consult a map of Jersey City and e-mail you back the closest enumeration districts to be searched. You should then be able to follow street names and address on the left of the Population Schedules to find your ancestors. As with all Census research review all the names near your ancestors to possibly identify additional family members.
Please note: You must send exact addresses since I do not have ready access to a 1910 City Directory.
The Reel numbers for Hudson County Enumeration Districts for the 1910 Census are:
Microfilm Publication T-624
Reel 886 - ED's 1-30
Reel 887 - ED's 31-34, 43-47, 69-77, 229-243
Reel 888 - ED's 48-68, 78-82
Reel 889 - ED's 83-107
Reel 890 - ED's 108-149, 300
Reel 891 - ED's 150-169, 186-198
Reel 892 - ED's 170-185, 199-213
Reel 893 - ED's 214-228, 244-251, 268-273
Reel 894 - ED's 252-267, 274-299