1910 Census Record Research


In the 1910 Federal census you can get the following information:

the name, age, and sex of each individual in the household

the relationship of each individual to head of household

the color or race of each individual

whether an individual is single, married, widowed, or divorced

number of years an individual has been in his or her present marriage

number of children born to female individuals, and the number of those children still living

each individual's place of birth

each individual's mother's place of birth

each individual's father's place of birth

an individual's year of immigration to the United States

whether an individual is naturalized or an alien

the language each individual speaks

each individual's profession, occupation, or trade

the industry that the individual is working in

whether an individual is an employee, employer, or self-employed

if an individual is an employee, whether or not currently employed, and number of weeks out of work in 1909

whether or not an individual attended school anytime since September, 1909

whether or not an individual can read and write

whether or not the family owns or rents their home, whether or not the home is mortgaged, and whether it is a farm or a house

whether or not the individual is a survivor of the Union or Confederate Army or Navy

whether the individual is blind, deaf, or dumb


The following census films are available at the Ionia Community Library (formerly Hall-Fowler Memorial Library) in Ionia.

1910 Census - 1 roll - MI (Huron and Ionia Counties)


Click here for an 1910 Census Form



Last update December 28, 2007