Census - US Federal 1910
The 1910 census records those individuals and families living in a particular residence as of April 15, 1910. Of particular interest in this census is column 30, "Whether a survivor of Union or Confederate Army or Navy," which can help determine if pension and service records may be available for that individual.
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This IS MY WONDERFUL GRANDMOTHER, WHO COULD COOK AND SEW, BEAUTIFUL THINGS WITH HER HANDS, SHE MADE MY AUNT CADY AND MY MOTHER MARY ELISABETH KLUGE MULCAHY, LINGERIE OUT OF GRANDFATHER, LT.COLONEL RALPH A. KLUGE.S BLUEPRINTS AS HE WAS A NEW YORK ARCHITCT. HE ,TOO, WAS VERY TALENTED. HE MET HER WHENSHEWAS FORELADY OF THE HANDKERCHIEF FACTORY. HE TAUGHT HER AS SHE HAD AT THAT TIME ONLY A 3RD GRADE ...more
Thirteenth Census of the United States, 1910. Original data from: The National Archives
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