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1830 Census Index, U.S. Selected Counties

• Alabama • Minnesota • Arkansas • Mississippi • Arizona • Missouri • California • North Carolina • Delaware • New Hampshire • Florida • New Jersey • Georgia • New York • Illinois • Ohio • Indiana •...

1790 Census Index, U.S. Selected Counties

Pinpoint a family’s location at a particular time. When you know where a family lived, you know where to look for other important records, such as county records of births, marriages, and...

1890 Veterans’ Schedules: U.S. Selected States

Veteran’s schedules were forms that the census takers had with them when they were taking the regular population count. In 1890, these extra veterans’ schedules were meant only to record...

Tips for Getting the Most Out of the 1940 Census

Have you used the 1940 census in your family history research? If you have been doing genealogy for a while, you probably have used it many times. Whether you are experienced with it or are new...

The 1900 US Federal Census: A Closer Look

The 1900 US federal census is one of the most beloved and richly detailed of any of the US census records. It provides a treasure trove of valuable information that you can use to fill in some...

A Closer Look at the 1790 US Federal Census

The 1790 US federal census was the first one to be conducted in the brand new United States of America. Just seven years off of the end of the Revolutionary War, this census was an ambitious project...

1634-1790 Colonial America Census Index

This resource references people who lived in the United States between 1607 and 1789. These listings were compiled from censuses of early United States territories. This resource gives you some...

5 Substitutions for the 1890 Census

Most of the 1890 U.S. Federal Census was destroyed in a fire in the 1930's. This leaves a large, annoying 20-year gap in census records for genealogists.

1890 Census Substitute

The 1890 census promised to provide even more information on our ancestors, and it did. Unfortunately, almost all of the census returns from that year were destroyed in a fire in the U.S. Commerce...

BAZHENOW

Fred John Bazhenow, born either June 9 or 21, 1885 in Selo  Shelow Soralow, Russia, which is somewhere around the St. Petersburg area.  Unsure of when he immigrated from Russia to Canada, but his...

BENDER

Jacob Bender, b.ca. 1810,  immigrated to the U.S. possibly around 1843-1846.  He married Maria Anna Elizabetha Muller, b. ca. 1817, in Louisiville, Kentucky, USA, on 30 August 1847, who had recently...

Recommended Genealogy Resources

Recommended Genealogy Resources Here are some sources you should be using. Some are free and some are fee-based. I’ll continue to make updates to this page so you may want to bookmark for...

Mortality Index: the United States, 1850-1880

Mortality schedules counted the number of deaths that occurred in the year before the census was taken. They exist for the 1850 through 1880 censuses. This means that there are only four schedules...