My maternal great-great grandfather, Charles Wilson Lambertson, was enumerated in the 1940 US census in Howard County, Indiana. His address was in Union Township, where he lived on a farm he owned valued at $2000.
The family consisted of my great-great grandfather, Charles, aged 68, and my great-great grandmother, Pearl, aged 61. According to the census, Charles was born in Ohio and Pearl was born in Indiana. Neither was listed with an occupation.
Their residence as of 1935 was indicated as being in a different place. The closest record I have for them was in 1936 when they were listed in a city directory as living in Greentown, Indiana.
Charles completed the 8th grade and Pearl completed two years of high school, according to the census.
Census Sunday is a daily blogging prompt used by many genealogy bloggers to help them post content on their sites.
State & Federal census sheets are filled with information for genealogists. Both the population & non-population schedules give us insights into the lives of our ancestors. What have you found that is Surprising? Reassuring? Bewildering? Census Sunday is a daily blogging prompt suggested by Colleen Pasquale of Leaves and Branches.