Download a photo or video by clicking or tapping on it. So this census will be very valuable to track back some family lineage. Gardeners work to prepare the ground for General Conference. It would count any resident in the country in May 1930, no matter were they originally came from.

Mexico 1930 Census Records “It complements our civil registration and Catholic Church record collections where most Mexican ancestry is done. Salt Lake City, UT: FamilySearch, 2009. Ayúdenos a hacerlos ” cajoled one bold, bright poster in the days before May 15, 1930 when census takers dispersed across Mexico to count its inhabitants. México. However each post will list the names of all individuals on each record (we may not be related but perhaps your relative and my family were neighbors! People with ancestors from Mexico can now search the complete 1930 Mexico census for free on the familysearch.org website.

Style Guide Note:When reporting about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, please use the complete name of the Church in the first reference. On the FamilySearch.org site, this free database of Mexico’s 1930 Census is available to search. The results also showed that most Mexicans were Catholic. This just might be the place to search for a relative you could not find in the U. S. 1930 census. For more information on the use of the name of the Church, go to our online Style Guide. Check the date of birth, birth place and residence in 1930 to see if you have a possibility. It is estimated that about 78% of people were counted in the 1930 Mexico Census. Documents from more than 100 countries are available through the FamilySearch website, the Family History Library in Salt Lake City and 4,600 local family history centers. Learn how your comment data is processed. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. One of the interesting questions dealt with where a person was married. More than 22,000 volunteers spent nearly four years transcribing information that is essential for genealogical researchers, such as name, age, estimated birth year, birthplace and marital status. Of that figure about 12.8 million were on the census records. [citation needed In the search box, place the surname and given names. 1930 Federal Population Census Indexes and Other Finding Aids. Biblioteca de Historia Familiar, Salt Lake City, Utah. The linked site has its own terms of use, privacy policies, and security practices that differ from those on our website. We provide the link to this third party's website solely as a convenience to you. Links to Online Census Records. For more information on the use of the name of the Church, go to our online. The one done in 1930 in Mexico was on May 15th. Mexico’s 1930 national census (“El Quinto Censo General de Población y Vivienda 1930, México”) is both the largest and most recent Mexican census to be made available to the public. With approximately 12.8 million names, the 1930 Mexico National Census database is a good starting place for Mexican research in that era, especially if family, vital, or religious records are missing. This census done in 1930 was the fifth census taken in the country since 1895. Required fields are marked *.

People with ancestors from Mexico can now search the complete 1930 Mexico census for free on the familysearch.org website. Summer Travel Series: Joseph Smith Birthplace Memorial, Phoenix Arizona Temple: Ground Broken By Church Leaders, When reporting about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, please use the complete name of the Church in the first reference. I will be listing the Mexican 1930 Census Records that I have below, I will be listing each record by location and will title it by my potential relatives.

Unfortunately, as in any census count, there can be under reporting of people and households. You can then view the actual Mexican census, but remember, it will be in Spanish. Also with any census the information was provided by someone in the household, so there were mistakes in names, ages, etc. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. You are about to access Constant Contacts (http://visitor.constantcontact.com). The United States and Mexico are neighbors and many individuals will have ancestors who came from Mexico after 1930 or relatives from Canada or U. S. living in Mexico in 1930.

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Let's do both together!” “ Hacer censos, es hacer Patria. Temple Square is always beautiful in the springtime. On the FamilySearch.org site, this free database of Mexico's 1930 Census is available to search. The census is comprised of 395,790 digital images, which contain records for 12,913,257 people. Your email address will not be published. With all the attention about the 1940 U. S. Census returns that are now available, another census that many people will be interesting in checking is that of the nation of Mexico for 1930. Census Online - New Mexico - 1930. Click on the one you want to view. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. With the names of nearly 13 million people, the census is a goldmine for anyone who wants to know more about their Mexican family history. Mexico’s 1930 national census (“El Quinto Censo General de Población y Vivienda 1930, México”) is both the largest and most recent Mexican census to be made available to the public. Now researchers can find their ancestor in the census, and move over to the records that recorded the vital events of their ancestors' lives.”.

“The 1930 census is the only national census available for Mexico,” FamilySearch project manager Lynn Turner said. The 1895 Mexico Census was the first census that took place in Mexico (excluding the 1793 Census which has been lost). FamilySearch volunteers recently completed indexing the census, making it easily searchable. So this census will be very valuable to track back some family lineage. Even if the spelling is a little different than what you have to search, a full selection of similar names will appear.

“Take the census; make the country. Santa Anita, Tlaquepaque – Primitivo Cardenas, Filipino Ancestry DNA Not Specific Enough. To download media files, please first review and agree to the Terms of Use. It was estimated that there were over 16.5 million people in Mexico in 1930. Estados Unidos Mexicanos Censo de Poblacion. The United States only had four censuses since 1895 to 1930 in comparison. If you would like to stay on the page you are viewing please click Cancel. Mexico 1930 Census Records Estados Unidos Mexicanos Censo de Poblacion. It was asked if they were married in a civil ceremony or in the Catholic Church. It took place on October 20, 1895, and the total population was 12,700,294.

Even less traditional surnames of residents such as ‘Smith’ are shown. The Mexico Census project is just part of FamilySearch’s overall initiative to provide access to records of genealogical importance. In the case of Smith there were 353 records and 167 Johnson individuals.

“Censo de población, 1930”. The United States and Mexico are neighbors and many individuals will have ancestors who came from Mexico after 1930 or relatives from Canada or U. S. living in Mexico in 1930. We look forward to keeping in contact with you. Los números de microfilme de FHL se ofrecen con citas de nivel de registro.

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In addition to records, the nonprofit organization sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints provides personal research assistance to help people connect with their family history. Dirección General de Estadística. The type of questions asked included the full name, age, listing who was the head of the household, birthplace for each person, their martial status, their religion, if they were married and how, the street address, each person’s occupation and their nationality. ), Your email address will not be published.

The census locations are the numerous Mexican states such as Chihuahua, Yucatan, Baja California, Campeche, Chiapas, Coahulia, Colima, Durango, Guanajuato and many others. With the names of nearly 13 million people, the census is a goldmine for anyone who wants to know more about their Mexican family history. There will appear a summary of the information, names, dates, occupations, etc in English. That information could assist in locating marriage records. “The 1930 census is the only national census available for Mexico,” FamilySearch project manager Lynn Turner said. © 2012 Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved. Your email address will not be published. That does leave many people not counted. To download all photos or videos related to this article, select the links at the bottom of each section.