The Mary Izbicki Household in the 1940 United States Federal Census

Mary (née Krzesiewska) Izbicki, widow of Stanisław Izbicki, was enumerated in the 1940 US Federal Census with her three children at 56 Russell Rd, Norwich, New London Co., Connecticut, USA.

1940 US Federal Census Record for the Mary Izbicki Household (Left)

The 1940 US Federal Census Record for the Izbicki Household (Left)

1940 US Federal Census Record for the Mary Izbicki Household (Right)

The 1940 US Federal Census Record for the Izbicki Household (Right)

SOURCE: 1940 U.S. Census, New London County, Connecticut, population schedule, Norwich, enumeration district (ED) 6-67, sheet 13B, household 264, Mary Izbicki; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 03 Jun 2012); citing National Archives microfilm publication T627 roll 00525.

Click on the link for a PDF copy of the 1940 US Federal Census Record for the Mary Izbicki Household.

The record states that:

    • The Izbickis lived at 56 Russell Rd, Norwich, New London Co., Connecticut, USA on 01 April 1940, they were household 264 in order of visitation, they owned their dwelling which was worth $3200, they lived in the same house on 01 April 1935, and they did not live on a farm
    • Mary Izbicki was head of household, was a white female, 55 years old, widowed, was not attending school, had attended 0 years of school, was born in Poland and was not a US citizen, was not working the week of March 24-30, was not doing public emergency work, was not seeking work, did not have a job or business, was doing housework, worked 0 weeks in 1939, earned $0, and did earn more than $50 from sources other than wages
    • Napoleon Izbicki was the son of Mary, provided the information for the census, was a white male, 32 years old, single, was not attending school, had attended 1 year of high school, was born in Connecticut, was working the week of March 24-30, worked 32 hours the week of March 24-30, 1940 as a floor-man in the textile industry, worked in private work, earned $420, and did not earn more than $50 from sources other than wages
    • Regina Izbicki was the daughter of Mary, was a white female, 31 years old, single, was not attending school, had attended 2 years of high school, was born in Connecticut, was working the week of March 24-30, worked 40 hours the week of March 24-30, 1940 as a bookkeeper in a department store, worked in private work, worked 52 weeks in 1939, earned $624, and did not earn more than $50 from sources other than wages
    • Edward Izbicki was the son of Mary, was a white male, 28 years old, single, was not attending school, had attended 1 year of high school, was born in Connecticut, was working the week of March 24-30, worked 60 hours the week of March 24-30, 1940 as a truck driver for a retail gardener, worked in private work, worked 52 weeks in 1939, earned $940, and did earn more than $50 from sources other than wages

Napoleon Izbicki provided answers to the supplementary questions on the census.  His parents were both born in Poland, his mother tongues were Polish and English, he had a Social Security Number, deductions were made from all of his salary for Federal Old Age Insurance, and his occupation was as a floor-man in the textile industry.

The occupation for Napoleon Izbicki was as a “floor-man in the textile industry”.  His occupational code recorded in column F was 988-05-1 which is defined as:

Laborers (not elsewhere classified)

Not specified textile mills

Wage or salary worker in private work (PW)

The occupation for Regina Izbicki was as a “bookkeeper in a department store”.  Her occupational code recorded in column F was 210-63-1 which is defined as:

Bookkeepers, accountants, and cashiers

General merchandise stores

Wage or salary worker in private work (PW)

The occupation for Edward Izbicki was as a “truck driver for a retail gardener”.  His occupational code recorded in column F was 432-61-1 which is defined as:

Deliverymen (chauffeurs, truck drivers (including helpers and jumpers) and delivery boys for bakeries, laundries, dry cleaning establishments, stores, and such establishments as dental laboratories, shoe repair shops, printing and engraving shops, tailor shops, and photographic studios are included here while drivers of coal trucks and oil trucks are included in 420)

Food stores, except dairy products

Wage or salary worker in private work (PW)

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