Please note that your reply will now only go to the original sender David & list, The census takers walked around each block. Try sub-district 33 which is eastMessage 1 of 1 , Feb 12, 2006View SourcePlease note that your reply will now only go to
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David & list,
The census takers walked around each block. Try sub-district 33 which is
east of 4th Street West and north of 17th Ave near the Stampede grounds. I
started to include addresses about the middle of that sub-district.
I have the sub-districts identified in more detail and can share an Excel
file with names in a district.
A lot of people moved between 1906 and 1911 as Calgary city limits stretched
in all directions. -- Elizabeth
----- Original Message -----
> From: David Truemner [mailto:dtruemner@...]
> Sent: Sunday, February 12, 2006 8:21 PM
> To: 1911@...
> Subject: enumeration districts - Calgary
> Hello AFHS:
> I have found your website to be most helpful in several areas of interest,
> but I am having difficulty "translating" a description of a census
> within the city of Calgary, from the 1906 census to the list of
> districts in the 1911 census.
> I have found our family of interest in the 1906 census in dist 19,
> 26C, page 39.
> Their address is given as 426 17th Avenue. There is no directional
> information, such as east, or SE.
> Where will I find this same address in the 1911 census pages ? I cannot
> to figure out where that address would appeaar, from the district and
> sub-district descriptions given for 1911. After going to Dist 1, for the
> city of Calgary, I'm afraid that I'm lost.
> Hoping that you can help....
> David Truemner