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1920 Census St. Edwards Hospital of St. Francis Brown Habit

Orphans House 1920 Census Floyd County,  Indiana

Cornelia Memorial Orphan's Home, 1930 Census

1930 Census Index
Transcribed and Contributed by Sue Carpenter




Floyd County's Census

The census of Floyd County for 1900 is as following:
Floyd County, 30,118;
Franklin township, 727;
Georgetown township, including Georgetown ( town, ) 1,837;
Georgetown (town,) 350;
Greenville township, including Greenville (town,) 1,407;
Lafayette township, 1577;
New Albany township, including New Albany (city) and Silver Grove (town,) 24,576;
New Albany (city,) 20, 628;
Ward 1, 2,986;
Ward 2, 2,475;
Ward 3, 2,152; 
Ward 4, 2,403; 
Ward 5, 2,959;
Ward 6, 2,526;
Ward 7, 5,187;
Silver Grove (town,) 598;
Greenville town 309.
Public Press 2 Jan 1891 p4 c3

Names of Census Enumerators Are Announced Today Twenty-Nine Enumerators chosen from Floyd County -
29 for the City and Outside of New Albany, Eight Women Selected
Increase In Pay for  Enumerators Obtained by Supervisor Frank J. Beaucond - Begin Work January 2nd.
Frank J. Beaucond, Supervisor of the Census for the ten counties in the Third Congressional District,
today made the names of twenty-nine census enumerators which will make the canvas in Floyd County.
These appointments have been confirmed by Washington and commissions have been received.
The list as announced by Supervisor Beaucond is as follows:

Enumerators in Floyd County
Enumeration District
No 57 - Chas S. Daily, route 1, Locust Point, Ind.
No. 58 - Irvin V. Tyler, Georgetown, Ind.
No. 59 - Louis F. Goble, route 4, New Albany, Ind.
No 60 - Clarence O. Kiefer, Floyd Knobs, Ind.
No. 60 -James L. Piers, Palmyra, Ind
No. 61 -Jesse J. Vest, route 3, New Albany, Ind.
No. 62 - Herbert P. Kenney, route 1, New Albany, Ind.
No. 63 - William Bigler, route 3, New Albany, Ind.
No. 64 - Frank Bailey, rural route, New Albany, Ind.

City of New Albany
Enumeration District
No. 65 - Miss Mary B. Stotsenburg,1407 East Main str
No. 66 - Mrs. Emma E. Egan, 1638 King street
No. 67 - Mathias Merl, 2009 East Spring street
No. 68 - Mrs. Ellen B. Kelly, 212 West Sixth street
No. 69 - Miss Julia I. Penn, 216 E. Eleventh street
No. 70 - Louis P. Yost, New Albany
No. 71 -James B. Draper, 217 E. Fifth street
No. 72 -lgnatz Hurrle, 146 West Spring street
No. 74 - Mrs. Eunice T. Miller, 312 Lafayette street
No. 75 - Mrs. Daisy M. Hefton, 318 Lafayette street
No. 76 - Thomas M. Eurton, 307 West Spring street
No. 77 - William Hatfield, 411 W. Sixth street
No. 78 - Chas. W. Long, 313 West Eighth street
No. 79 - A. L. Boudry, 132 East Oak street
No. 80 - Clark Crecelius, 1107 East Oak street
No. 81 - Mrs. Anna B. Morris, 1837 East Oak street
No. 82 - Chas. B. Kelly, 1503 East Oak street
No. 83 - Elizabeth Bauer, 320 Vincennes street
No. 84 -John S. Kraft, 121 Fifteenth street
No. 85 - Isaac B. Johnson, 1748 East Oak street

The enumerators will take the field on January 2nd the city districts the work must be completed within days' time.
In the rural districts, the enumerators have thirty days in which to finish their work.

New Albany Ledger December 6, 1919 p1 c7








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