All transcriptions provided here were done by me,
from the microfilmed census records. My goal is
to transcribe exactly what is given in the
While most of the
records here are for known family members, some
may be for ancestor "candidates," or for
people who are simply associated with the family.
Please do not assume that because someone is listed
here that they are a proven family member.
Needless to say,
it is going to take me a long time to get everything
I have transcribed. If there is something you are
particularly interested in, let me know, and I will
move it up in the priority list for transcription.
I have completed
the transcription of all of the census records which
I have for 1790-1830. If you are aware of additional
records for any of our mutual family members, please
let me know!
There are a few 1840
records up, and I've started adding1930 transcriptions
as I can obtain access to the records. Nothing is
up yet for 1850-1920.
If you would like more information
on understanding census records, there is a nice
article by George Morgan, The
Basics of Using Federal Census Records.
And if you would like to see what census
records are available online, take a look at Ancestry's
free trial offer.
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