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Sunday, February 7, 2010

Kinnick 1940 Census Substitute

Kinnick 1940 "Census Substitute" based on City Directories at Ancestry.com

When I entered "KINNICK" as the surname, there were 112 entries. The following list was created by only counting each entry once (where there were multiple city directory year entries). That got us down to 70. Further analysis is needed, but this is a good list to work with for my purposes. At the end of the list I'll make some notable observations for purposes of this "first pass!"

[Sorry, it is not in alpha order by given name!]
Blaine, Stamford, Conn (1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943)
Ralph, Bay Cities, CA (1936)
Lois E, Bay Cities, CA (1936)
Bertha Mrs, Palo Alto, CA (1936)
Geo, Palo Alto, CA (1936)
Geo, Fort Lauderdale, FL (1936-1937)
Belle Mrs, Fort Lauderdale, FL (1936-1937)
Geo (Belle), Fort Lauderdale, FL (1936-1937)
Rhetta B Miss, Fort Lauderdale, FL (1936-1937, 1942-1943)
Belle Mrs, Fort Lauderdale, FL (1936-1937)
Leo, Des Moines, IA (1936)
Paul D, Salt Lake City, UT (1936)
Pauline H, Salt Lake City, UT (1936)
Frances J, Tacoma, Wash (1936)
Arnold B, Modesto; Turlock, CA (1937,1939, 1940, 1941, 1942)
Melvin R, Modesto; Turlock, CA (1937)
L C Mrs, Duarte, CA (1937)
Leslie C, Monrovia, CA (1937, 1939)
Geo P, Monrovia, CA (1939)
Wm, Butte, Montana (1937, 1939)
John, Wallington, NJ (1937)
Steven, Wallington, NJ (1937)
Jos, Connellsville, PA (1937)
Mary, Connellsville, PA (1937)
Micl, Connellsville, PA (1937)
Frank J, Clarksburg, WVa (1937, 1939, 1940-1941, 1942, 1944)
Frances E, Clarksburg, WVa (1940-1941, 1942, 1944)
Guy, Clarksburg, WVa (1940-1941, 1942)
Mrs, Marysville;Yuba City, CA (1937)
Nile C, Iowa City, Iowa (1938)
Geo, Lewistown, Montana (1938-1939, 1941, 1944)
John, Lewistown, Montana (1938-1939, 1941, 1944)
Sol, Lewistown, Montana (1938-1939, 1941, 1944)
Wm, Lewistown, Montana (1941, 1944)
Leslie C, Lewistown, Montana (1941)
Betty, Missoula, Montana (1938)
John, Missoula, Montana (1938, 1940-1941, 1943)
Ralph R, Portland, Oregon (1938)
Geo H,  Pasadena, CA (1939, 1941) Bertha A
Geo H, Temple City, CA (1939) Bertha A
Helen L, Oklahoma City, OK (1939)
Wm, Connellsville, PA (1939)
John C, Centralia, Chehalis, WA (1939, 1941-1942) Gladys
E Bernard, Centaralia, Chehalis, WA (1941-1942) Hazel N
Ila, Des Moines, Iowa (1940)
Benj G, Omaha, NE (1940)
Nile C, Omaha, NE (1940)
Nile C jr, Omaha, NE (1940)
Cath T Mrs, Riverside, CA (1941, 1942, 1943, 1945)
P K, New London, Conn (1941-1942)
Peter L, New London, Conn (1945) Margaret; in USNavy
Ann, Helena, Montana (1941-1942)
Nicholas, Buffalo, NY (1941)
Wm, Dunbar, PA (1941)
Glenn, Bridgeport, Conn (1942-1943, 1944)
Dale D, Bridgeport, Conn (1942-1943)
Chas H, Indianapolis, IN (1942)
Wm W, Livingston, Montana (1943)
John P, Livingston, Montana (1943)
Mike, Livingston, Montana (1943)
W J, Livingston, Montana (1943)
Wm, Livingston, Montana (1943)
Edw, Livingston, Montana (1943)
Helen, Monrovia, CA (1944)
Hillis, Evansville, IN (1944)
Henry, Great Falls, Montana (1944)
Jas W, Bristol, VA (VA-TENN) (1944)
R Mack, Bristol, VA (VA-TENN) (1944)
C R, Nampa, Idaho (1945)
Jas W, Missoula, Montana (1945)

First pass notes:
1. The most famous KINNICK is Heisman Trophy Winner Nile C Kinnick, Jr., University of Iowa football great and U.S. Navy pilot who died in WWII. He is listed at his dorm residence in Iowa City in 1938. In 1940, he is listed with his father and brother at their home in Omaha, NE, prior to returning to Iowa City for law school.

2. For me, it was neat to see my uncle, Leo (my mother's older brother), listed in school in Des Moines, in 1936 [this is the year my mother graduated from high school]. Leo was at Commercial College to become a banker, which he did.

3. Mom and Leo's first cousin, Ila [I knew her as "Ila Jean"] is listed in Des Moines, as a maid. I think she was at beautician school, as well.

4. I do recognize many of the names, especially those in Montana, Florida and California as persons in my database, identified from 1930 and earlier census data. It will be fun to work through the further identification process.

Families are Forever!  ;-)

1 comment:

  1. I just want to say YOU ARE AWESOME! Thank you for your comments on my blog. I loved how you said it was a "behavior pattern" and not bad people - masterfully put! I look forward to continued correspondence my friend! :)

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