1925 New York Census

1925 New York State Census.
1925 New York State Census. Click for larger image.

1925 NY Census

The 1925 New York State Census can be a valuable resource the bridge the gap between the Us federal Census’s from the years 1920 and 1930

Useful information contained on 1925’s report

  • PERMANENT RESIDENCE
    1a. Street.
    1b. House number.
  • 2. NAME
    of each person whose usual place of abode on June 1, 1915, was in this family.
    Enter surname first, then the given name and middle initial, if any.
    INCLUDE every person living on June 1, 1915.
    OMIT children born since June 1, 1915.
  • 3. RELATION
    Relationship of each person to the head of the family.
  • 4. Color or race.
  • 5. Sex.
  • 6. Age at last birthday.
  • 7. NATIVITY
    If born in this country write United States: if of foreign birth, write the name of the country.
  • 8. Citizenship- Number of years in the United States.
  • 9. Citizenship- Citizen or alien.
  • 10. If Naturalized, when and where.
  • 11. OCCUPATION
    Trade or profession of or kind of work done by each person enumerated.
  • 12. OCCUPATION
    Class.
  • 13. FOR INMATES OF INSTITUTIONS. INFANTS UNDER ONE YEAR OF AGE
    If an inmate an institution, enter the residence (borough, city or town, and county) given when admitted.

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2 thoughts on “1925 New York Census”

  1. Can you send me information in the 1925 census about
    Joseph and Sadie Gilbert as well as Harry, Sophie, Sylvia,
    And Bermond Gilbert. They lived in Brooklyn, New York.
    I appreciate your help.
    Karen Weiss

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