04 April 2007

Famous People in the 1930 Census

Here is a list of all the people for whom we have a 1930 census enumeration. Each name is linked to the actual census image. Suggestions for additions (or corrections) can be sent to me at mjnrootdig@gmail.com. Subscribers to Ancestry.com or Heritagequest.com can serach there for additional names if they are not on our list. If you don't have ancestry.com and decide to get it, please read our free trial suggestions first.

Roy Acuff
Ansel Adams
Edie Adams
Jane Addams
Max Adler
Spiro Agnew
Eddie Albert
Buzz Aldrin
Andrews Sisters
Actress Bea Arthur
Louis Armstrong
Maya Angelou
Publisher Moses Annenberg
James Arness
Ed Asner
Fred Astaire
Vincent Astor estate--a whole page
Gene Autry
Lauren Bacall
Burt Bacharach
Lucille Ball
James Baldwin
Norma Jean Baker (Marilyn Monroe)
Theda Bara (Brabin)
Bob Barker
Alben Barkley US VP under Truman
John Barrymore
Lionel Barrymore
Ida Wells Barnett
Frances Bavier
Warner Baxter
Saul Bellow
Jack Benny
Wallace Berry
Milton Berle
Irving Berlin
Leonard Bernstein
Yogi Berra
Chuck Berry
Clarence Birdseye
Joey/Joseph Bishop
Richard and Henry Block--H & R Block
Erma Bombeck
Sorrell Booke
Tom Bosley
Clara Bow
Marlon Brando
General Omar Bradley
Charles Bronson
Mel Brooks
Helen Gurley Brown
William S. Burroughs
August Busch
Barbara Bush
President George Bush
Sid Caesar
Jimmy Cagney
Cab Calloway
Archie Campbell
Al Capone's House
Truman Capote
Frank Capra
Johnny Carson
Art Carney
President Jimmy Carter
Rosalynn Carter
George Washington Carver
Adriana Caselotti---the Voice of Snow White
June Carter Cash
Jeff Chandler NEW
Anton Cermak
Charlie Chaplin
Lon Chaney
John Cheever --- author
Julia Child
Dick Clark
Rose Mary Clooney
Claudette Colbert
William Coates--"oldest" man in America?
Imogene Coca
Nat King Cole
Ronald Coleman
President Calvin Coolidge
Gary Cooper
Adolph Coors
Ellen Corby
Judge Joseph Crater NEW
Joan Crawford
Betty Crocker
Bing Crosby
Ty Cobb
Perry Como
Lou Costello
Walter Cronkite
e e cummings
Charles Curtis--Vice President in 1930 NEW
Tony Curtis
Marion Davies
Jim Davis
Ossie Davis
Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley
Emmett Dalton (last surviving member of Dalton Gang)
Doris Day
John Delorean
Cecil De Mille
Jack Dempsey
Babe Didrikson
Phyllis Diller
John Dillinger
Joe Dimaggio
Walt Disney
Bob Dole
Herbert Dow (founder of Dow Chemical)
Kirk Douglas
Howard Duff
Irene Dunne
George Eastman of Eastman Kodak
Clint Eastwood (parents)
Amelia Earhart
Buddy Ebsen
Nelson Eddy
Thomas Edison-- New Jersey
Thomas Edison--Florida
Dwight Eisenhower
Duke Ellington
Ralph Ellison --author
Everleigh Sisters
Max Factor
Philo Farnsworth
William Faulkner
Mark Felt (Watergate informant "Deep Throat")
Richard Feynman NEW
W. C. Fields
Larry Fineof the 3 stooges
Harvey Firestone
Henry Fonda
Betty Ford
Edsel Ford
President Gerald Ford
Glenn Ford
Henry Ford
Mary Ford
Redd Foxx
Arlene Francis
Betty Friedan
Milton Friedman
Robert Frost
Ernest and Julio Gallo
Joe Garagiola
Judy Garland
Janet Gaynor
Dizzie Gillespie
Jackie Gleason
John Glennon (archbishop of St. Louis)
Billy Graham

J. Paul Getty
George and Ira Gershwin
John Gilbert
Dizzy Gillespie
John Glenn
Samuel Goldwyn
Benny Goodman
Peter Graves
Andy Griffith
Merv Griffin
Woody Guthrie
Comedian Oliver Hardy
Jean Harlow
Bill Haley of Bill Haley and the Comets
Earl Hamner (Walton's Mountain)
Helen Hayes
Rita Hayworth
Publisher William Hearst
Katharine Hepburn
Woody Herman
Milton S. Hershey
Charlton Heston
William Hewlett
Jimmy Hoffa
Billie Holliday
J. Edgar Hoover
President Herbert Hoover
William Hoover (vacuums)
Hedda Hopper
Lena Horne
Curly Howard
Rock Hudson
Howard Hughes
Langston Hughes
Zora Neale Hurston
Burl Ives
Shoeless Joe Jackson
Al Jolson
President Lyndon Johnson
Lady Bird Johnson
Spike Jones
Boris Karloff
Howard Keel
Helen Keller
William Kellogg (cereals)
Gene Kelly
Grace Kelly
Alfred Kinsey
Jeanne Kirkpatrick
Jack Klugman
Don Knotts
Ray Kroc
Tom Landry of the Dallas Cowboys
Cloris Leachman
Janet Leigh
Joe Lewis
Charles Lindbergh
Charles Lindbergh-- again!
Guy Lombardo
Jack Lord
Myrna Loy
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
President John F. Kennedy
Jerome Kern
Jack Keroauc
Buster Keyton
Coretta Scott King
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Don Knotts

Fitness Guru Jack LaLanne
Ann Landers
Estee Lauder
Comedian Stanley Laurel
Tommy Lasorda
Harper Lee
Jerry Lewis
Liberace
Actress Carole Lombard
Vince Lombardi--
Alfred Lunt
Peter Marshall of Hollywood Squares
Alberta Martin-supposed last surviving Civil War Widow
Dean Martin
Mary Martin
George Mikan
Edna St. Vincent Millay
Ann Miller
Jeanette Mac Donald
Frederic March
Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall
Groucho Marx
Louis Mayer
Barabara McClintock
Joel McCrea
Ed McMahon
Steve McQueen
Ethel Merman
Margaret Mitchell
Tom Mix
Walter Mondale
Marilyn Monroe (Norma Jean Baker)
Agnes Moorhead
Harry Morgan
Grandma Moses
Paul Muni
Stan Musial
Patricia Neal
Eliot Ness
Bob Newhart
Pat Nixon
Carroll O'Connor
Flannery O'Connor
Sandra Day O'Connor's Parents (she should be listed, but is not)
Jack Paar
David Packard
William S. Paley owner of CBS
Arnold Palmer
Bonnie Parker (of Bonnie and Clyde)
Rosa Parks
George Patton
Les Paul
Norman Vincent Peale
Gregory Peck
J. C. Penney
Mary Pickford
Vernon Presley father of Elvis
Actor Anthony Quinn

Vincent Price --the actor
John Raitt -- singer and father of Bonnie Raitt
Tony Randall --the actor
Martha Raye
Charlotte Rae -- from "Facts of Life"
Nancy Reagan --former First Lady
President Ronald Reagan
Donna Reed -- actress
William Rehnquist - Supreme Court Justice
Don Rickels
Hyman Rickover
Pernell Roberts
the Rockefellers
Edward G. Robinson
Alvah Roebuck
Gene Roddenberry -- creator of Star Trek
Composer Richard Rodgers
Esther Rolle - From "Good Times"
Sigmund Romberg
Mickey Rooney
President Franklin Roosevelt
Edith Roosevelt-Mrs. Teddy
Fred Rogers -- of Mr. Rogers Neighborhood
Roy Rogers -- see how they spelled his name!
Ethel Rosenberg
Julius Rosenberg
Babe Ruth
Baseball great Jackie Robinson
Colonel Harlan Sanders Natalie Schafer -- From Gilligan's Island
Marge Schott former Reds Owner
Rod Serling
Dr. Seuss
Jonas Salk
Carl Sandburg -- well-known poet
Doc Severinsen
Charles Schulz--creator of Peanuts (Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy, etal.)
Dinah Shore
Bobby Short
Beverly Sills
Neil Simon
Frank Sinatra
McLean Stevenson
John P. Sousa
Dr. Spock
Barbara Stanwyck
Jean Stapleton
Maureen Stapleton
John Steinbeck
Jimmie Stewart
Vice Admiral James Stockdale
Leopold Stokowski
Gloria Swanson
Iwao Takamoto
Maria Tallchief
Charles Tandy--founder of Radio Shack
Vic Tayback
Irving and Norma Thalberg
James Thurber
Strom Thurmond
Spencer Tracy
Shirley Temple
President Harry Truman
Earl Tupper of Tupperware
Gloria Van
Dick Van Dyke
Kurt Vonnegut
Porter Waggoner
Honus Wagner
Ralph Waite
Charles R. Walgreen
Mike Wallace
Barbara Walters
Sam Walton
Ruth Warrick
Ethel Waters
Dennis Weaver
Johnny Weissmuller
Eudora Welty
Mae West
William Westmoreland
Betty White
Laura Ingalls Wilder
Shelley Winters
Andy Williams
William Wrigley
Joanne Woodward
N. C. Wyeth
Jane Wyman
Frank Lloyd Wright
Orville Wright
Malcom. X
Cy Young
Loretta Young