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1800 Census

The Census of Great Britain, Part 2: Working with Census Returns

The Census in Historical Context, Part 3: Special Census Schedules

Laurens County, South Carolina Census, 1800

From the Census Index to the Census Image: Part I

Otsego County, New York, U.S. Census of 1800, for the towns of Cherry Valley (all) and Middlefield (part) : names of heads of f

Review: Family Quest Archives—1870 Census and Ohio 1870 Census Index

District of Columbia Census, 1800-90

1800 U.S. Federal Census Index Deluxe

1800 U.S. Federal Census Index Standard

Ontario and Nova Scotia Census, 1800-1842

1800 United States Federal Census

Virginia Census, 1800-90

Maine Census, 1800-90

Using U.S. Census Mortality Schedules

Indiana and Illinois Territories, 1800-18

Five in a Row: Census Enumerations of England and Wales


Clues Found in Census Enumerations

Clues in the 1881 British Census Index

Reading the Census

How the 1800 Census can help you:

The Census is among the best available resources for both beginners and seasoned genealogists.

You’re more likely to find ancestors in the census than in other historical record collections.

View or print actual images of the census from your computer.

Enjoy the thrill of finding interesting facts about your grandparents and even great-grandparents.

You might learn if your relatives owned their home or if they were born in another country.

The best way to grow your family

What you can find:

Depending on census year, you can find:

• Age at time of census
• Address of residence
• Relatives
• Birthplace of parents
• Age at first marriage
• Head of household
• Occupation
• Immigration
• Military service