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The transcription for this 1940 U.S. Census for Rich Township, Lapeer, Michigan:
The family lives on Brown Road, household #146, renting a farm, valued at $1000
* Clyde W Ford, head, male, white, 33 yrs, married, not in school, completed second year of high school, born in Arkansas, residence in 1935 -Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, not on a farm, employed as an assembly man in an auto factory, worked 36 weeks in 1939 for an income of $1400 and income from other sources.
* Donna Ford, wife, female, white, 28, married, not in school, completed four years of high school, born in Michigan, residence in 1935 -Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, not on a farm, not employed and not seeking work, works at home
* Doyle C Ford, son, male, white, 7, single, attended school, completed first grade, born in Michigan, residence in 1935 -Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, not on a farm,
* Lois Mae Ford, daughter, female, white, 5/12, single, born in Michigan
The citation for this source is as follows:
Lapeer, Michigan, population schedule, Rich Township, enumeration district (ED) 44-33, sheet 8A (handwritten), line 8, family #146, Clyde W. Ford household; digital image; Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com: accessed 15 May 2013); citing NARA microfilm publication T627, roll 1777.
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