722 103rd Place

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1920 Federal Census

Caroline Snesar
Relation in household: Daughter (Female) Soundex
Occupation: None

Born: United States (Illinois)
Charley Snesar
Relation in household: Head 1 (Male) Soundex
Occupation: Laborer

Born: Slovak Republic
Charley Snesar
Relation in household: Son (Male) Soundex
Occupation: None

Born: United States (Illinois)
Joe Snesar
Relation in household: Son (Male) Soundex
Occupation: None

Born: United States (Illinois)
Magdalena Snesar
Relation in household: Wife (Female) Soundex
Occupation: None

Born: Slovak Republic
Theresa Snesar
Relation in household: Daughter (Female) Soundex
Occupation: None

Born: United States (Illinois)

1930 Federal Census

Arthur Verowji
Relation in household: Head (Male) Soundex
Occupation: Carpenter at Railroad

Born: Italian Republic (Genoa)
Barry Verowji
Relation in household: Son (Male) Soundex
Occupation: None

Born: United States (Illinois)
Elizabeth Verowji
Relation in household: Daughter (Female) Soundex
Occupation: Inspector at Railroad

Born: Italian Republic (Genoa)
Emil Verowji
Relation in household: Son (Male) Soundex
Occupation: Laborer at Railroad

Born: Italian Republic (Genoa)
Ida Verowji
Relation in household: Wife-H (Female) Soundex
Occupation: None

Born: Italian Republic (Genoa)
John Verowji
Relation in household: Son (Male) Soundex
Occupation: Laborer at Car Works: Pullman Palace Car Company

Born: Italian Republic (Genoa)
Walo (?) Verowji
Relation in household: Son (Male) Soundex
Occupation: None

Born: United States (Illinois)

THE PULLMAN STATE HISTORIC SITE

11111 S. Forrestville Avenue
Chicago, IL 60628
773.660.2341

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The Property at 722 103rd Place
was known as 722 103rd Place before 1907.

PIN Number: 722103rdplace

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