1940 Census EDs 23-24, Wood County, Texas

Wood County Texas 1940 census EDs 23-24

1940 Census Enumeration District Descriptions – Texas – Wood County – ED 250-23, ED 250-24,
National Archives Identifier: 5884546
Creator(s): Department of Commerce. Bureau of the Census. Office of the Assistant Director for Operations. Geography Division. (03/13/1947 – 1968)
This item lists Enumeration Districts for: TX ED 250-23: JUSTICE PRECINCT 7 OUTSIDE ALBA TOWN S OF STATE HIGHWAY 182
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1940 Census EDs 16-22, Wood County, Texas

Wood County Texas 1940 census EDs 16-22

1940 Census Enumeration District Descriptions – Texas – Wood County – ED 250-16, ED 250-17, ED 250-18, ED 250-19, ED 250-20, ED 250-21, ED 250-22,
National Archives Identifier: 5884545
Creator(s): Department of Commerce. Bureau of the Census. Office of the Assistant Director for Operations. Geography Division. (03/13/1947 – 1968)
This item lists Enumeration Districts for: TX ED 250-16: JUSTICE PRECINCT 4 OUTSIDE WINNSBORO CITY W AND N OF WINNSBORO-STOUT-EAST
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1940 Census EDs 10-15, Wood County, Texas

Wood County Texas 1940 census EDs 10-15

1940 Census Enumeration District Descriptions – Texas – Wood County – ED 250-10, ED 250-11, ED 250-12, ED 250-13, ED 250-14, ED 250-15,
National Archives Identifier: 5884544
Creator(s): Department of Commerce. Bureau of the Census. Office of the Assistant Director for Operations. Geography Division. (03/13/1947 – 1968)
This item lists Enumeration Districts for: TX ED 250-10: JUSTICE PRECINCT 3 E OF CANEY CREEK
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1940 Census EDs 5-9, Wood County, Texas

Wood County Texas 1940 census EDs 5-9

1940 Census Enumeration District Descriptions – Texas – Wood County – ED 250-5, ED 250-6, ED 250-7, ED 250-8, ED 250-9,
National Archives Identifier: 5884543
Creator(s): Department of Commerce. Bureau of the Census. Office of the Assistant Director for Operations. Geography Division. (03/13/1947 – 1968)
This item lists Enumeration Districts for: TX ED 250-5: JUSTICE PRECINCT 2, MINEOLA CITY BOUNDED BY (N) CITY LIMITS; (E) CITY LIMITS; (
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1940 Census EDs 1-4, Wood County, Texas

Wood County TX census EDs 1940, 1-4

1940 Census Enumeration District Descriptions – Texas – Wood County – ED 250-1, ED 250-2, ED 250-3, ED 250-4,
National Archives Identifier: 5884542
Creator(s): Department of Commerce. Bureau of the Census. Office of the Assistant Director for Operations. Geography Division. (03/13/1947 – 1968)
This item lists Enumeration Districts for: TX ED 250-1: JUSTICE PRECINCT 1 N OF QUITMAN-PINE MILLS RD AND SE OF STATE HIGHWAY 37,
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Publicity for tonight’s WCGSTX Meeting

Status Update
By Wood County Democrat
McKinney to speak at WC Genealogical Society meeting Monday in Quitman

The Wood County Genealogical Society invites the public to hear guest speaker Lisa McKinney at the Quitman Public Library on Monday, April 16, at 7 p.m.
McKinney will explain what information is available for family researchers in the 1940 census and methods and sources to most effectively find that information.
As with all the regular monthly meetings of the Wood County Genealogical Society, members will be available at the library from 6-7 p.m. to help the public and other members with starting research of their ancestors and family tree or with research problems. A limited number of work stations will be available on a first-come, first serve basis to use the free library version of Ancestry.com. Personal Wi-Fi-enabled laptops may also be used.
Additionally, a social Dutch-treat gathering of society members and guests is open to anyone interested in genealogy on each third Monday meeting day at 5 p.m. at Peralta’s Mexican Food Restaurant in Quitman.

1940 Census Tips, Help Set for April 16 Meeting

Wood County Genealogical Society members and all others interested can learn the who-what-where-when-why-and-how of the 1940 census April 16 at 7 p.m. at the free public meeting of the society at the Shamburger Room of the Quitman Public Library.
The program will be presented by a distinguished veteran genealogist and member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, Lisa McKinney, of Edgewood.

In numerous speaking engagements this spring, McKinney has explained what information is available for family researchers in the 1940 census and methods and sources to most effectively find that information.
She is a former newspaper reporter and business editor who currently does freelance writing and editing and genealogical research for clients. She is an award-winning writer in the field of genealogy and as a fiction writer. She is a member of the Van Zandt County Genealogical Society where she works in the library, writes for society publications, and is the society’s public relations officer.

As for all the regular monthly meetings of the Wood County
Genealogical Society, members will be available at the library from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. to help the public and other members with getting starting research of their ancestors and family tree or with research problems. A limited number of work stations will be available on a first-come, first-served basis to use the free library version of Ancestry.com. Personal wifi-enabled laptops may also be used.

A social Dutch-treat gathering of society members and guests is open to anyone interested in genealogy on each third Monday meeting day at 5 p.m. at Peralta’s Mexican Food Restaurant in Quitman.

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