Uncover important information about your family members who lived in Florida in the middle of the Great Depression. Pinpoint the location of your ancestors in the state and discover new details like their year of birth.
There are more than 1.5 million records in this state census, and each entry represents a resident of the state of Florida, in the southeastern corner of the United States. While the information for each person varies, Florida state census 1935 typically includes:
Florida conducted a state census like this every ten years in order to count the population and apportion representation for the state legislature. This census counted and named all of the members in one household, creating an image of Florida towns and counties in the middle of the Great Depression.
You can use these records to discover new information about your ancestor, as well as place them in the state at this specific time, a vital step for continuing your genealogical research.
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This feature lists all of the people appearing on the same original census page. Check for people with the same last name and view their records to see if they shared the same household.
You can expand your search by clicking the “name variants” box in the search bar. This will return a greater number of records including those with similar names, possible alternate spellings or the use of initials or middle names.
You can also add the county name to your search to narrow down the number of results returned. This is an especially important tool if your ancestor had a common name. This feature can also help you uncover the names of your ancestor’s neighbors and create an image of the local community.