United States World War I Census Records
World War I Census Records[edit | edit source]
The 1920 Census did not ask any questions specific to military service. However, the 1930 and 1940 U.S. Federal Censuses did ask questions about veterans that may indicate service in WWI.
1930 U.S. Federal Census[edit | edit source]
The 1930 Federal Census (NARA T626), asked if a person was "A veteran of the U.S. military or naval forces mobilized for any war or expedition" and "What war or expedition" they served in.
1940 U.S. Federal Census[edit | edit source]
The 1940 Federal Census, asked "Is this person a veteran of the United States military forces or the wife, widow, or under 18-year-old child of a veteran?" and "If child, is veteran-father dead?" and "War or Military" served in. These were only asked of a random sampling of individuals who were recorded on certain lines of the census, which covered about five percent of the population.
State Census Records[edit | edit source]
- Connecticut Census Questionnaires of Nurses, 1917-1918
- Iowa State Census, 1925 9. Military Service: Covered the Civil War, Spanish American War and World War Veterans.
- New York State Military Census and Inventory Report 1917
- South Dakota State Census, 1925
- South Dakota State Census, 1935
- South Dakota State Census, 1945
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