> I understand that there is no soundex for the 1910 census. Is there any
> sort of index for it? I'm trying to find my gg-grandmother, Marie (or
> Mary) Kolb and her children, Ernestine and Thomas. I think they'd be in
> Manhattan or Brooklyn. If there is no index, what would be the best way to
> find them?
If you can find them in a city directory and get a street address, you
can the determine the E.D. to look in from from a Ward map and a
description of the E.D. boundries. It's tedious but it can be done.
> Also, where can I find the soundex to the 1920 census? If I can't find
> Marie in 1910 maybe I can find her in 1920 (probably in the Bronx by then).
Your library should be able to get the reel you need on interlibrary
loan. If not, then they are also available from the LDS library through a
> The Elmira library has both 1910 and 1920 censuses, but they can't afford
> the soundex.
> Any advice would be appreciated.
> Marilyn Angelo
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