Thursday, November 15, 2018

1115 Case #21: 1910 Census


(by Student #21 AMH 2010 1115) 
My research is on the 1900 United States Federal Census, Washington Seattle Ward District 0111. These are the following member’s information within that particular district. Everyone from children to adults was required to count in the household. Assuming the reason for the census within this period the government wanted to document how many people living within one street, their occupation and how many children a couple has as well how many died if occurred If they are renting, owning their home or do they live on a farm. The street they had resides in Pontius AVE North.

House number 409, Number of dwelling 397, family member’s 454. The current member name is Hanora McClellan, relationship status is daughter identity as white, and her gender is female. McClellan was born in Minnesota; October 1893 she was six years old. Her marital status single, she never been married nor have any children herself. McClellan, parents, were born in Ireland. The year of immigration as well as the year she’s been in the U.S and became naturalized as an American citizen not recorded. McClellan occupation was school, she was not employed, and she only attends school for nine months she was able to read, write and, speak English. The house McClellan and her parents reside wasn't not documented if the house was owned or rent or if she lived on a farm.
House number 425, number of dwelling 39, and family member’s 456. The current member name is Allen Elliott, relationship status head of household identify as white male. Allen was born in Massachusetts; July 1844, he was fifty-five years old. Allen married for 26 years he had three children none of his children died they all lived. Allen, the father, was born in New York and his mother was born in Pennsylvania. The year of immigration as well as the year he’s been in the U.S and became naturalized as an American citizen wasn't recorded. Allen never attends school but, he was able to read, write, and speak English. Allen owns his house he had mortgaged.
House number 435, number of dwelling 399, and family member’s 457. The current member is Frances Mercer, relationship status head of household identify as white female. Frances was born in Austria; December 1866, she was thirty-three. Frances was married for eight years she had one child, and he was alive during this period. Frances parents were also born in Austria. Also, Frances lives in the U.S for eleven years her immigration years 1889. Frances occupation was a housekeeper; she was not employed, Frances never attends school but, she was able to read, write, and speak English. Frances stayed in the house that she rented. Frederic W. Mercer is Frances son born in Washington; December 1892, he was seven years old. Frederic father was born Pennsylvania. Frederic attends school for nine months he knows how to read, write, and speak English as well. 
House number 422, number of dwelling 400, and family member’s 458. The current member is Abraham Whittaker, relationship head of household identity as a white male. Whitaker was born in New York; October 1867, he was thirty years old. He was not married for seven years. Whittaker parents were born in England The year of immigration as well as the year she’s been in the U.S and became naturalized as an American citizen was not recorded. Whittaker occupation was Stationary Engineer the length of Whittaker employment was two months. Also, Whittaker never attends school but, he was able to read, write, and speak English. Allen owns his house he had mortgaged. Abraham was married to Amelia Whittaker, and she was born in Washington; December 187 she was twenty-seven years old. Her mother was born in Washington D.C and father, Pennsylvania. Amelia occupation was to be a housewife, she never attended school, but she was able to read, write, and speak English. Both, Abraham and Amelia had three children unfortunately only one survives, Hazel Whittaker, born in Washington; May 1984, she was six years old she went to school for nine months was able to write and speak English, her writing skills weren’t documented