1830 Federal population census, Ohio: index.

by Ohio Family Historians (Organization)

Publisher: Ohio Library Foundation in Columbus

Written in English
Published: Pages: 1389 Downloads: 640
Share This

Places:

  • Ohio
  • Subjects:

    • Ohio -- Census, 1830.
    • Edition Notes

      Edited by the Ohio Library Foundation.

      ContributionsOhio Library Foundation., United States. Census Office. 5th census, 1830.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF490 .O363
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v. (1389 p.)
      Number of Pages1389
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5934690M
      LC Control Number65001172
      OCLC/WorldCa839247

The USGenWeb Census Project ® Sangamon County, IL Federal Census Index: with links to the image files of the microfilmed census pages. Click on the letter-button to see an alphabetical list of the names enumerated in the Sangamon, IL census. Index, Federal Population Census for Indiana Book - Rate this. Knox County, Ohio was created on March 1, from Fairfield County and Franklin county was named for General Henry Knox, the first Secretary of War. Knox County is bordered by Richland County (north), Ashland County (far northeast), Holmes County (northeast), Coshocton County (east), Licking County (south), Delaware County (southwest), Morrow County (northwest). U.S. Federal Population Census Index. The U.S. Federal Population Census holds the records of 2,, individuals who lived in the United States at the time the census was taken. This massive archive offers basic information on individuals from nearly all states across the country.

Ohio Census Books and CDs (Source: SK Publications) ($) Stark Co. Census Records (Source: Census Online) Stark County Census Records (Source: USGenWeb Ohio Archives) Stark County Federal Census Index (Source: ) Federal Census Stark County, Ohio (Source: MyHeritage) ($) Not every census is still in existence. The , , and federal census schedules for Virginia no longer exist. The population schedules for all states were almost completely destroyed in a fire. Our staff does not search or photocopy the federal census population schedules. SHSMO has composite indexes to the Missouri censuses of , , , and ; individual indexes to each Missouri county for and ; and indexes to some Missouri counties for other census years. Federal Population Census. The census of the United States has been taken by the federal government every ten years beginning in Jefferson County, Ohio was created on J from Washington county was named for Thomas Jefferson (–), Vice President when the county was organized, future U.S. President, and principal author of the Declaration of Independence.. Jefferson County is bordered by Columbiana County (north), Hancock County, West Virginia (northeast), Brooke County, West Virginia .

REVISED EDITION HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, CENSUS INDEX Genealogy History. $ The Census Book by William Dollarhide Genealogy Family History Facts Schedules. Index Federal Population Indiana Genealogy Demographics Census Records. $ Free shipping. ALABAMA FAMILIES - Genealogy, Ancestry: TRACING YOUR ALABAMA PAST Seller Rating: % positive.

1830 Federal population census, Ohio: index. by Ohio Family Historians (Organization) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Federal population census, Ohio, index. Statement of Responsibility: compiled by Ohio Family Historians Authors: Ohio Family Historians (Added Author) Format: Books/Monographs/Book with Film Language: English Publication: Columbus, Ohio: Ohio Library Foundation, Physical: 2 v.

Subject Class: X2. Add to Print List Remove. Federal Population Census Ohio Index on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Federal Population Census Ohio IndexFormat: Hardcover. Get this from a library. Federal population census, Ohio, index. [Ohio Family Historians (Organization); Ohio Library Foundation.].

Index to Federal Census E - G Located at Clark Co., OHGenWeb [Report Broken Link] Index to Federal Census H - K Located at Clark Co., OHGenWeb [Report Broken Link] Index to Federal Census L - M Located at Clark Co., OHGenWeb [Report Broken Link] Index to Federal Census N - R Located at Clark Co., OHGenWeb [Report Broken Link].

Ohio: Northwest TerritoryState Click on the buttons in the status column below to view the records or to volunteer to help.

Federal Census: 1830 Federal population census & Division: Links: NARA Roll: Ohio: index. book Status: Proofreader Status: Adams: M Allen: M Ashtabula: M Athens: Index: M Assigned to: Shelly.

Get this from a library. Index to the Federal population census of Ohio. [Ohio Family Historians (Organization); United States. Census Office. 7th census, ].

Compiled by the Ohio Family Historians and their friends, Index to the federal population census of Ohio (Mineral Ridge, Ohio: L. Harshman, c) [FHL Book X2p index]. Edited by Ronald Vern Jackson, Ohio census index (Bountiful, Utah: Accelerated Indexing Systems, c) [ FHL Books X22j v. 1 A-K; Find your ancestors in the census.

View a map of the 24 states and territories in the census. Search our 13 million records of the fifth US census. Baltimore edges out Philadelphia by to claim the spot as the second largest city in the US with a population of 80, New York City with a population ofis by far the.

_census Identifier-ark ark://t5m90x86h Mediatype collection Nav_order 50 Publicdate Related_collection us_census Subject census; United States Title 5th Population Census of the United States - Index to Federal Census Located at Scioto County Genealogy Hotspot [Report Broken Link] Summit Co.

Federal Censuses - Northampton Twp. Located at USGenWeb Archives: Summit Co., OH [Report Broken Link]. This database details those persons enumerated in the United States Federal Census, the Fifth Census of the United States.

In addition, the names of those listed on the population schedule are linked to the actual images of the Federal Census, copied from the National Archives and Records Administration microfilm, M19, rolls. Original data: Jackson, Ronald V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.

Ohio Census, Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes. The Ohio Genealogical Society (see Archives, Libraries, and Societies) has completed an every-name surname index from the original census it has in its possession.

In addition to the online indexes through subscription services (see page 17), federal censuses for Ohio through are indexed in print form and available at Family History.

The United States Census ofthe fifth census undertaken in the United States, was conducted on June 1, The only loss of census records for involved some countywide losses in Massachusetts, Maryland, and Mississippi.

It determined the population of the 24 states to be 12, of which 2, were slaves. The center of population was about miles ( km). The first federal census available for Ohio is There are federal censuses publicly available for (partial),, and The and census records were lost except for Washington County.

Using Census Records. Catalog of NARA Microfilm Search Census Records Online Table of Contents General Information Includes: Introduction to Census Schedules Catalog Arrangement Microfilm Problems Census Indexes The Soundex Coding System Abbreviations and Terms Used in Soundex Cards Enumeration District Descriptions and Maps Other Schedules Research Hints Useful Publications Census.

Ohio: Northwest TerritoryState Click on the buttons in the status column below to view the records or to volunteer to help. Federal Census: County & Division: Links: NARA Roll: Transcription Status: Proofreader Status: Census Images: Adams: M Ashtabula: Index: M Athens: Index: M Belmont Barnesville.

Overview Census Day was June 1, Andrew Jackson was President of the United States on Census Day, June 1, Authorizing Legislation. President John Q. Adams, in his fourth address to the U.S.

Congress on Decemrecommended starting the census earlier in. There is no extant federal census for Northeast Ohio for,or There are no slave schedules because Ohio was never a slave state. There was no official state census taken in Ohio, but there were quadrennial enumerations of eligible voters, although we are unaware of any extant for Cuyahoga County.

Ohio Census online research should begin with what is available online for free. If this proves fruitful then congratulations. If not, then I would suggest signing up for the online census images (links to the right) where you can access all the available online Ohio census information directly from your computer at home.

Try the Ohio Census Records Read More». Population of the United States incompiled from the original returns of the Eighth Census under the Secretary of the Interior. Analytic introduction discusses the following: Population of the United States, slavery, Indian slavery, manumission of slaves, fugitive slaves, area and density of population, populalation at the military ages, sex, immigration, dwellings, nativities of the.

MyHeritage - United States Federal Census $ MyHeritage has searchable indexes; database results and some digitized images are available with a fee-based subscription. The United States Census ofconducted on June 1,determined the population of the 24 states to be 12, of which 2, were slaves.

Federal Population Census Index for Ohio:, First Stop for Local History Research/A Guide to County Records Guide to Local Government Records and Newspapers Preserved (WSU) Guide to Manuscript Collections and Institutional records in Ohio Guide to Ohio Newspapers: Harper Guide to Draper Manuscripts.

federal population census microfilm listing. federal population census microfilm listing. federal population census microfilm listing. utah. utah census index.

index to thei, & censuses of utah: heads of households. vermont. first census of the united states,vermont.

vermont census index. vermont. The United States Census ofconducted on June 1, determined the resident population of the United States to be 17, - an increase of percent over the Census.

The total population included 2, slaves. COUNTY BY COUNTY IN OHIO GENEALOGY is a revision of the book last printed in FEDERAL POPULATION CENSUS OHIO INDEX,2 vols., (GEN F x) Ohio Family Historians, INDEX TO THE FEDERAL POPULATION CENSUS OF OHIO,(GEN F ).

Introducing your chance to explore the census all others strive to live up to. Contents and Features: 1, records from includes non-population schedules and some state records the easiest way to find ancestors in the census In addition to an excellent index of the U.S.

Federal Census, this CD-ROM holds state census indexes and indexes to various federal non Author: About the Federal Census Collection. The United States federal census bureau has collected data on citizens every ten years since Starting on August 2,the US government began the first census to gain valuable information about the American population and the economy.

Initially, the Federal census only collected data on the heads of households, but as of the census questions. This microfilm was provided by the Genealogy Center at the Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and sponsored by the Internet Archive. 6th Population Census of the United States - Alabama Arkansas Connecticut Delaware District of.

Loudoun County Federal Census Index (Source: ) Virginia Census Books and CDs (Source: SK Publications) ($) Federal Census Loudoun County, Virginia (Source: MyHeritage) ($) Federal Census Loudoun County, Virginia (Source: MyHeritage) ($) Federal Census Loudoun County, Virginia (Source: MyHeritage.

Details about MIAMI COUNTY OHIO FEDERAL POPULATION CENSUS - Karen Hill - genealogy. Index Federal Population Indiana Genealogy Demographics Census Records. $ Antique History Book Genealogy Census 's Illinois Menard County Book. $ shipping: + $ shipping. 76 BOOKS - History & Genealogy of Maryland MD Seller Rating: % positive.

Welcome to The USGenWeb Census Project web site atwhere we are striving to achieve excellence in providing FREE access to all Federal and Special Census transcriptions utilizing the talents and efforts of an all volunteer Project.Census takers recorded many details including each person's name, address, occupation, relationship to the head of household, race, sex, age at last birthday, marital status, place of birth, parents’ place of birth.

Additionally, the names of those listed on the population schedule are linked to actual images of the Federal Census.