Warren County, New York Partial 1910 Census Transcription

This transcription is posted under a CC-BY license. That means everyone is welcome to download, copy, and repost this transcription as long as it is attributed to me (Ian Watson).

I made the transcription in the mid-1980s when I was doing a lot of genealogical research on the Pasco family in Warren County. At the time, just after the release of the 1910 census but before online indexes were available, it was very useful and valuable.

The transcription contains all of Warren County except for Glens Falls city, and the last eight pages of Warrensburg (pp. 336-344) where the microfilm was so blurry that transcription was impossible. If a better print of the film is available, it might be possible to complete that section. However, there is probably little point now that comprehensive online indexes to the 1910 census are available. In total the transcription contains 16,116 names.

The transcription is not perfect and there are certainly errors. If you do not find the person you are looking for, particularly in Warrensburg, try looking under the last name "ILLEGIBLE".

A column-by-column description of the data in the transcription and a list of the relationship codes used are at the end of this page.

The transcript is available in two forms:
For impatient readers: As a 5 MB HTML file.
For methodical readers: as a Microsoft Excel worksheet (.xls, 1.8 MB) bundled with this introductory file into a compressed .zip file (483 KB).

Column by Column Descriptions

1. Town name.

2. Page number. These are the machine stamped numbers, not the enumerator's numbering.

3. Beginning of household. An asterisk (*) in this box indicates the start of a new household. A hyphen (-) indicates the beginning of the continuation of a previous household.

4. Last name. If illegible, "ILLEGIBLE."

5. First name. Middle names and initials are included if present. If illegible, a sequence of four dashes (----).

6. Relationship to head of household. If illegible, a question mark (?). Standard relationship codes from the National Archives publication "The 1910 Federal Population Census" are used. See the list below.

7. Age. For those under 1 year old, age is listed in months plus "m", so "6m" = 6 months old. If illegible, a question mark (?). N/A means they wouldn't tell the enumerator.

8. Birthplace. If nothing is listed, birthplace is New York. Two-letter abbreviations are used for American states. Three-letter abbreviations are used for foreign countries, i.e. SWE for Sweden, CAN for Canada. If illegible, a question mark (?).

9. Comments, if any.

Relationship Codes Used

  
AAunt
AdDAdopted daughter
AdSAdopted son
BBrother
BLBrother-in-law
BoBoarder
CCousin
CkCook
DDaughter
DLDaughter-in-law
FFather
FBFoster brother
FFFoster father
FLFather-in-law
FMFoster mother
FSiFoster sister
GAGreat aunt
GDGranddaughter
GFGrandfather
GGFGreat-grandfather
GGMGreat-grandmother
GMGrandmother
GNGrand nephew
GNiGrand niece
GSGrandson
GUGreat uncle
HHusabnd
HhHired hand
HkHouskeeper
HmHired man
MMother
MLMother-in-law
NNephew
NiNiece
NuNurse
PaPartner
RRoomer
SSon
SBStep-brother
SBLStep-brother-in-law
SDStep-daughter
SDLStep-daughter-in-law
SeServant
SFStep-father
SiSister
SiLSister-in-law
SLSon-in-law
SMStep-mother
SMLStep-mother-in-law
SSStep-son
SSiStep-sister
SSLStep-son-in-law
UUncle
WWife
WdWard
Last updated 2004