Re: Interpreting Census Data: Street in Trenton, NJ 1910 #general


Stan Goodman <SPAM_FOILER@...>
 

On Sat, 10 Jun 2006 04:26:08 UTC, jgrosen@verizon.net (Joan Rosen) opined:

Anyone >from the Trenton area ever heard of a street that looks like
Attebury, in cramped handwriting, on the 1910 census? It's Ward 2, ED 53,
SD 4, sheet 10A, line 36, if that helps! The <bury> part looks fairly
clear.

Thanks.
Joan
You can obtain a street map of Trenton for the era (or nearly any other
significant town in the US or elsewhere) >from the Map Department of the
Library of Congress in Washington. There will be a charge; it will be
minimal.

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