My great-grandparents, John and Frances (Hajek) Bartunek were married June 1893, in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. Between 1894 and 1917, they had seven children. My grandmother Jennie (born 1901) was their third child. The first four children were all born in Chicago between 1894 and 1903. Children number five, six and seven were all born in Clark County, Wisconsin.
Since I hadn't been able to located them in the 1900 U.S. Population Census. I started looking for them in the 1905 Wisconsin state census on Ancestry.com. Yippee, I found them in Town of Hoard, Clark County!
Schedule No. 1—Population.Enumeration of the inhabitants in the Town of Hoard in the county of Clark, State of Wisconsin, on the 1st day of June, A. D 1905.
Sheet No. 6
Column 1:Number of family in the order of visitation.
Column 2:NAME of each person whose place of abode on June 1, 1905, was in this family.
Enter surname first, then the given name and middle initial, if any.
INCLUDE every person living on June 1, 1905.
OMIT children born since June 1, 1905.
(Line 1) Bartunek, John
(Line 2) “ Frances
(Line 3) “ Mary
(Line 4) “ Bessie
(Line 5) “ Jennie
(Line 6) “ Joseph
Column 3:Relationship of each person to the head of the family.
PERSONAL DESCRIPTION.Column 4:
Color or race.
Column 6:Age at last birthday.
Column 7:Whether single, married, widowed or divorced.
NATIVITY.Place of birth of each person and parents of each.
Place of birth of this person
Column 9:Place of birth of Parents of this person.
Column 10:OCCUPATION, TRADE, OR PROFESSION
of each person FOURTEEN YEARS of age and over.
Column 11:Months employed.
OWNERSHIP OF HOME.Column 12:
Owned or rented.
Column 13:Owned free or mortgaged.
Column 14:Farm or home.
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