Disclaimer: I’m still very new at genealogy.
TIEDECK, MICHAEL (1910 U.S. Census)
NEW YORK , KINGS, 29-WD BROOKLYN
Age: 46, Male, Race: WHITE, Born: GERM
Series: T624 Roll: 982 Page: 29
Recently I sat in a training meeting for a few minutes. The Stake Family History Director (who was training) told me about being able to access Census Data online through our local library’s website. Well I finally upgraded my library card ($1) and quickly searched for Michele’s Paternal Grandmother’s surname “Tiedeck”. I’ve been peeking at the Tiedeck line for a while and haven’t found very much (other than marriage information for George, who I assumed could be a uncle).
Age, country of birth, seven children including Michele’s Great Grandfather Harry Tiedeck, and more.
Tiedeck, Michael, head, 46
Anna, wife, 44
Alice, daughter, 18?
George, son, 14
Florence, daughter, 13
Harry, son, 12
Anna, daughter, 7
Michael, son, 6
Roy, son, 2
Both parents were born in Germany. All the children were born in New York. Michael was employed as an iron worker. It looks like the family spoke english.
I wonder if Michele’s father was named (in part) after his Grandfather Michael Tiedeck?