The following is a transcription of index cards bearing Slaven(s), Slavin(s), and similar surnames in the 1900 Federal Census Soundex for Washington. The listing contains the head of household, city or township and county of residence, and the index number on the first line, and any additonal household members listed on the card on the second line. The format of the index number is volume-enumeration district-sheet-line. Index numbers do not correspond to a page number, but should help you locate the family fairly quickly in a listing or on microfilm.
Spelling is how the transcriber interpreted the card, and knowing how misspellings are common in census enumerations, take all spellings with a grain of salt.
This microfilm was one of the poorer films I've seen-- very dark image. The top of the card was most often affected, so the head of household name and the index number may be especially prone to error.
Name Residence Index No. Agnes Slaven 15 Vancouver, Clarke County 2-257-1-88 at House of Providence Andrew Slavin 25 Tampico Pct., Yakima County 22-107-10-14 Mary A. 26, Joseph A. 8, Neita? V. 7, Francis R. 4, Edealse? 1 Anna Slaven 61 Tampico Pct., Yakima County 22-107-11-27 William 28, James 24 Edger Slaven 41 Tampico Pct., Yakima County 22-107-11-50 Lillie 27, Missouri O. 4, Margarett H. 6/12 Elijah Slavin 33 Hoquian Twp., Cha????? 1-11-8-15 George J. Slavin 18 Hoquian Twp., Cha????? 1-11-13-1 boarder with George W. Laughlin James Slavin 57 Spokane, Spokane County 17-72-18-25 Mary 49, two boarders James Slaven Seattle, King County 6-8-20-70 lodger, no head of household shown Joseph Slaven 32 Tampico Pct., Yakima County 22-107-11-19 Katie Slavin 13 Vancouver, Clarke County 2-257-1-89 at House of Providence Margaret Slavin 6 Vancouver, Clarke County 2-257-1-90 at House of Providence
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