The USGenWeb Census Project 1930 Federal Census Team Transcription

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The 1930 census has Soundex Cards for only 12 of the states and there is no national index. It will take researchers a long time to find the name they are looking for without an index or Soundex Card to let them know what page number they need. Because of this, the Census Project is initiating a brief transcription of selected 1930 columns.  These initial incomplete transcriptions are only temporary files to get the pertinent information made available sooner.  Later we intend to go back and fill in the remaining columns to make full-transcriptions since that is the Census Project's ultimate goal.

The 1930 Selected Columns will include the following fields:
STAMPED-PG # LN # ENUM-DIST # SHEET # LAST-NAME FIRST-NAME RELATION SEX RACE AGE BIRTHPLACE TRANSCRIBER'S REMARKS

Please refer to the 1930 Transcriber's Help web pages for more information.

Floyd County, Kentucky - - 1930 Federal Census Team Transcription
Microfilm #T626-745
Enum
Distr
Enumeration County Description Status  Transcriber  Proofreader
36-14 Magisterial Dist. 5 (Part), Ivel and Betsy Layne Pcts.      
36-15 Magisterial Dist. 5 (Part), Mouth Mud and Little Mud Pcts.      
36-16 Magisterial Dist. 5 (Part), Toler and Ticky Pcts.      
36-17 Burton Town      
36-18 Weeksbury Town      
36-19 Wheelwright Town      
36-20 Magisterial Dist. 6 (Part)      
36-21 Magisterial Dist. 6 (Part) excluding Burton Town      
36-22 Magisterial Dist. 6 (Part) excluding Burton, Weeksbury, and Wheelwright Towns      
36-23 Lackey Town      
36-24 Wayland Town      
36-25 Magisterial Dist. 7 (Northwest Part)      
36-26 Magisterial Dist. 7 (Northeast Part) excluding Lackey and Wayland Towns      
36-27 Magisterial Dist. 7 (Southeast Part) excluding Lackey and Wayland Towns      
36-28 Magisterial Dist. 8      

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