Fourteenth Census of the United States (1920)

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Census Information for Annie Dercosh

Census header

Supervisor's District No: State:
Enumeration District No: 577 County:
Sheet No: 24A | (Original) Name of City: Institution:
Enumerator: Township:
Date: Ward:
Line Number: 37
Number of dwelling-house
in order of visitation:
298
Number of family
in order of visitation:
486
Also resident:

Identification

Name:   Dercosh, Annie
Soundex values:   D622

Soundex is a method for indexing names by sound as pronounced in English, attempting to match names despite minor differences in spelling.

Birth date  
Age in 1920  
Marital status:   Married
Race & gender   White Female
Address:   10760 Champlain

Education

Read?   Yes
Write?   Yes
Speak English?   Russian

Occupation

Occupation:   None
Department & employer:  
Months unemployed:  
Original census entry:  

Occupation entries in this data set were standardized and translated to conform to Department of Labor categories. Here is the original census entry.

None

Nativity, Citizenship, & Immigration

Born in:  

Nativity entries in this data set were standardized and translated to official names of countries. The original census entries are included in brackets.

Russian Federation [Russia]
Father's place of birth:   Russian Federation [Russia]
Mother's place of birth:   Russian Federation [Russia]
Year of immigration:   1912
Ship, if known:  

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The Property at 10760 Champlain
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