Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Treasure Chest Tuesday -- 1910 Voter Registration for Paul Frederick Schaffner in San Francisco

This week's Tuesday Treasure is the 1910 Voter Registration for Paul Frederick Schaffner in San Francisco, California:

The entry for Paul Schaffner is on the right-hand page:

The extracted information for this record is:

*  Precinct 11, Assembly District 34, October 13, 1910
*  Name:  Paul Fred'k Schaffner
*  Age:  30
*  Occupation:  Clerk
*  Party Affiliation:  Republican
*  Residence:  4 Eureka
*  Floor:  2
*  Rooms:  All

The source citation for this record is:

" "California, Voter Registrations, 1900-1968," indexed database with record image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 25 September 2017), San Francisco County > 1910 > Roll 008, no page number, image 278 of 886, Paul Fred'k Schaffner entry.

This collection has information from the years 1900, 1904, 1907, 1908 and 1910.  The residence changes each year:

*  1900:  1014 Castro
*  1904:  1014 Castro
*  1907:  4149 23rd Ave
*  1908:  1134 Castro
*  1910:  4 Eureka

Every year, he was a clerk and a Republican.

1910 seems to be the last year with these records from San Francisco in this database with an age.  I found later records for him and his wife without an age - we'll look at some next week.

Paul Frederick Schaffner married Edna Catherine McKnew in San Francisco on 24 June 1906, only two months after the earthquake.  Based on the information herein, I now know where they resided in 1907, 1908 and 1910 - I did not know those addresses before.  

Paul and Edna (McKnew) Schaffner are my wife Linda's maternal grandparents.  


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1 comment:

Nancy said...

What a fun and interesting document, Randy. I always hope to find things like this for my own ancestors (but rarely do). I'll have to see if Ancestry has a similar set of records for places my ancestors lived.