Yesterday, Stanczyk wrote about some of the questions he was able to answer and also some of the interesting new pieces of information too. Today I wanted to list my finds:
So I found: Eliasz, Gawlik, Gronek, Hajek, Kedzierski, Leszczynski, Mylek, Nadolny, Sobieszczanski, Solomon and Vespek.
The Locales involved so far are: Detroit, Toledo, Buffalo/Depew, Philadelphia, and Cleveland.
I have a folder on my computer titled, Source Documents. Within that folder, I have many sub folders for a wide variety of genealogical sources (Birth, Marriage, Death, etc.) and also a Census sub folder too. Some of those folders also have sub folders to organize like kinds of documents.
I have settled on a naming convention for these 1940 Census records that I wanted to point out:
1940Census, ED, District_SubDistrict, Sheet#, DescriptiveOf Person(s)
This naming standard is really meta-data about the picture of the document.
I use ‘jpg’ despite its flaws because it can be posted to the Internet. The file name is also a kind of source documentation. I can easily go back to the source from the file name and get a new copy. Also if you are a related genealogist, the above list can aid you to go get your own copy (from Ancestry, MyHeritage, Archives.com, or FamilySearch).
What are you doing? How are you doing? Any great surprises? Researching the Same People? Do tell — email me.