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The CensusTools Spreadsheet Pack includes census spreadsheets for the US, Canada , England, Ireland, and Scotland as well as state spreadsheets for Iowa, Kansas, Massachusetts , Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, and Wisconsin. Each location collection features the main spreadsheet as well as a tracker and checklist. Also included are a research log, a cemetery log, a ship manifest log, and a family group report.
Blank census forms are commonly used to record genealogy information found in US Census Forms. Download these free printable blank census forms and record census information about your ancestors. Once you find your ancestor, you can copy their information onto the appropriate blank census form and keep it in your records. It's important to keep accurate records as you research your family tree because it's easy to lose track of ancestors or get confused by two historical people with the same name but different information. If your records are accurate, you can sort out any confusion that arrises without having to redo your research. Visit Free Genealogy Forms Downloads to find more free genealogy forms for downloading.
The way to fill out the Printable census forms on the web: To start the document, use the Fill & Sign Online button or tick the preview image of the blank. The advanced tools of the editor will lead you through the editable PDF template. Enter your official contact and identification details. Use a check mark to point the choice where required. Census Training Presentation - Free download as Powerpoint Presentation (.ppt), PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or view presentation slides online. Census Training Presentation.
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1790 US Census Form
The 1790 US census only listed the head of the household by name. Male age groups were, under age 16, age 16 and older. Free white females were included in one category. Other free persons and the number of slaves were also counted.
1800 US Census Form
The 1800 US census only listed the head of the household by name. Other individuals were listed as white males and females within broad age groups. This census is more helpful than previous census because it further breaks down the family by age groups. Other free persons and the number of slaves were also counted.
1810 US Census Form
The 1810 US census only listed the head of the household by name. Other individuals were listed as white males and females within broad age groups. Other free persons and the number of slaves were also counted. Using statistics of other family members can help you pinpoint your ancestors so that you may be able to access other vital records about your ancestors.
1800 - 1810 US Census Form
The 1800 US census and the 1810 US census forms contain the same information. In many cases the same form was used for both census. We've included a form you can use for both 1800 and 1810 for your convenience.
1820 US Census Form
The 1820 US census asked the name of the head of the household and then enumerated the white males and females within age groups. Number of slaves and colored persons was also included. The age group of males age 16 - 18 was added in this census for military purposes. Naturalization status was also included and can help you to locate naturalization papers.
1830 US Census Form
The 1830 US census listed the name of head of the household and then enumerated the white males and females and the number of male and female slaves within smaller age groups. Deaf, dumb, blind, idiotic, insane whites and slaves were also counted. Using this census in conjunction with the 1850 US census will give you good information about your ancestors.
1840 US Census Form
The 1840 US census still only has the name of the head of the household and then enumerated the white males and females and the number of male and female slaves in smaller age groups. Deaf, dumb, blind, idiotic, insane whites and slaves were also counted. Certain occupations were also noted and there was a separate schedule for Revolutionary War Pensioners.
1850 US Census Form
The 1850 US census was the first census to list each individual by name. If you can find your ancestors in this census, it will make it easier for you to find them in previous census. In this census, you can learn names, occupation, and mortality and then compare them to previous census.
1860 US Census Form
The 1860 US census included name, age, color, occupation, value of real estate and personal property, place of birth, married with the past year, school attendance, literacy and whether deaf, dumb, blind, insane or idiotic, pauper or convict.
1870 US Census Form
The 1870 US census was the first to census taken after the end of the Civil War. This census form included name, age, race, occupation, value of real estate and personal estate, school attendance and whether deaf, dumb, blind, insane or idiotic.
1880 US Census Form
The 1880 US census was the first to identify the relationship of each individual to the head of the household. This was also the first time the state, county, name of the street and house number was included.
1890 US Census Form
The 1890 census was collected on June 2, 1890 and included place of birth, occupation and months not employed, dwelling information as well as names, gender, race, birth, and marriage information.
1900 US Census Form
The 1900 census was collected on June 1, 1900 and included place of birth, occupation and months not employed, dwelling information as well as names, gender, race, birth, and marriage information.
1910 US Census Form
The 1910 Census collected information about Union or Confederate Army or Navy service, disabilities, languages spoken and immigration and naturalization of foreign born residents.
1920 US Census Form
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The 1920 US census collected information about US residents including naturalization of foreign born residents, school attendance, literacy, language spoken as well as information about occupation and property ownership.
1930 United States Census Form
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This blank census form has space for all your ancestor's census information that would have been recorded on the 1930 United States Census. Census questions included more questions about occupations and Indian status.
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1940 Blank Census Form
This 1940 US blank census form contains all the fields that census takers would have filled for each person on April 1, 1940. New questions asked in 1940 included, wage information, education level and where people were in 1935.