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1790 US Federal Census

INSERT NAME Household
Possible Identity
Description Tally Name Relationship Age
 Free White Male under 16
 Free White Male 16+
 Free White Female
 Enslaved
 All Other Persons
 Total Free White Persons Notes:
 Total Enslaved
 Total Other Persons
 Total – All Persons

1800 US Federal Census

1810 US Federal Census

INSERT NAME Household
Possible Identity
Description Tally Name Relationship Age
 Free White Male under 10
 Free White Male 10-15
 Free White Male 16-25
 Free White Male 26-44
 Free White Male 45+
 Free White Female under 10
 Free White Female 10-15
 Free White Female 16-25
 Free White Female 26-44
 Free White Female 45+
 Enslaved
 Others
 Total Free White Persons Notes:
 Total Enslaved
 Total Others
 Total – All Persons

1820 US Federal Census

INSERT NAME Household
Possible Identity
Description Tally Name Relationship Age
 Free White Male under 10
 Free White Male 10-15
 Free White Male 16-18
 Free White Male 16-25 (note duplicates)
 Free White Male 26-44
 Free White Male 45+
 Free White Female under 10
 Free White Female 10-15
 Free White Female 16-25
 Free White Female 26-44
 Free White Female 45+
 Enslaved Male under 14
 Enslaved Male 15-25
 Enslaved Male 26-44
 Enslaved Male 45+
 Enslaved Female under 14
 Enslaved Female 15-25
 Enslaved Female 26-44
 Enslaved Female 45+
 Free People of Color Male under 14
 Free People of Color Male 15-25
 Free People of Color Male 26-44
 Free People of Color Male 45+
 Free People of Color Female under 14
 Free People of Color Female 15-25
 Free People of Color Female 26-44
 Free People of Color Female 45+
 All Others Except Indigenous not Taxed Notes:
 Foreigners not Naturalized
 # of Persons Engaged in Agriculture
 # of Persons Engaged in Commerce
 # of Persons Engaged in Manufactures
 Free White Persons under 16
 Free White Persons over 25
 Total Free White Persons
 Total Enslaved
 Total Free People of Color
 Total – All Persons

1830 US Federal Census

INSERT NAME Household
Possible Identity
Description Tally Name Relationship Age
 Free White Male under 5
 Free White Males 5-9
 Free White Male 10-14
 Free White Male 15-19
 Free White Male 20-29
 Free White Male 30-39
 Free White Male 40-49
 Free White Male 50-59
 Free White Male 60-69
 Free White Male 70-79
 Free White Male 80-89
 Free White Male 90-99
 Free White Male 100+
 Free White Female under 5
 Free White Female 5-9
 Free White Female 10-14
 Free White Female 15-19
 Free White Female 20-29
 Free White Female 30-39
 Free White Female 40-49
 Free White Female 50-59
 Free White Female 60-69
 Free White Female 70-79
 Free White Female 80-89
 Free White Female 90-99
 Free White Female 100+
 Enslaved Male under 10
 Enslaved Male 10-23
 Enslaved Male 24-35
 Enslaved Male 36-54
 Enslaved Male 55-99
 Enslaved Male 100+
 Enslaved Female under 10
 Enslaved Female 10-23
 Enslaved Female 24-35
 Enslaved Female 36-54
 Enslaved Female 55-99
 Enslaved Female 100+
 Free People of Color Male under 15
 Free People of Color Male 15-25
 Free People of Color Male 26-44
 Free People of Color Male 45+
 Free People of Color Female under 15
 Free People of Color Female 15-25
 Free People of Color Female 26-44
 Free People of Color Female 45+
 White Deaf & Dumb under 14 Notes:
 White Deaf & Dumb 14-24
 White Deaf & Dumb 25+
 White Blind
 White Foreigners not Naturalized
 Non-White Deaf & Dumb under 14
 Non-White Deaf & Dumb 14-24
 Non-White Deaf & Dumb 25+
 Non-White Blind
 Total – Free White Persons
 Total – Enslaved
 Total – Free People of Color
 Total – All Persons

1840 US Federal Census

INSERT NAME Household
Possible Identity
Description Tally Name Relationship Age
 Free White Male under 5
 Free White Males 5-9
 Free White Male 10-14
 Free White Male 15-19
 Free White Male 20-29
 Free White Male 30-39
 Free White Male 40-49
 Free White Male 50-59
 Free White Male 60-69
 Free White Male 70-79
 Free White Male 80-89
 Free White Male 90-99
 Free White Male 100+
 Free White Female under 5
 Free White Female 5-9
 Free White Female 10-14
 Free White Female 15-19
 Free White Female 20-29
 Free White Female 30-39
 Free White Female 40-49
 Free White Female 50-59
 Free White Female 60-69
 Free White Female 70-79
 Free White Female 80-89
 Free White Female 90-99
 Free White Female 100+
 Enslaved Male under 10
 Enslaved Male 10-23
 Enslaved Male 24-35
 Enslaved Male 36-54
 Enslaved Male 55-99
 Enslaved Male 100+
 Enslaved Female under 10
 Enslaved Female 10-23
 Enslaved Female 24-35
 Enslaved Female 36-54
 Enslaved Female 55-99
 Enslaved Female 100+
 Free People of Color Male under 15
 Free People of Color Male 15-25
 Free People of Color Male 26-44
 Free People of Color Male 45+
 Free People of Color Female under 15
 Free People of Color Female 15-25
 Free People of Color Female 26-44
 Free People of Color Female 45+
 Employed in Mining Notes:
 Employed in Agriculture
 Employed in Commerce
 Employed in Manufacture
 Employed in Navigations of Oceans
 Employed in Canals/Lakes/Rivers
 Professionals & Engineers
 Pensioners of Military
 White Deaf & Dumb under 14
 White Deaf & Dumb 14-24
 White Deaf & Dumb 25+
 White Blind
 White Insane at Public Charge
 White Insane at Private Charge
 Non-White Deaf & Dumb
 Non-White Blind
 Non-White Insane at Public Charge
 Non-White Insane at Private Charge
 Total – Free White Persons
 Total – Enslaved
 Total – Free People of Color
 Total – All Persons

1850 US Federal Census

Notes for this census should including any notations from the last four columns of the original form: 1 – if married in the previous year; 2 – if attending school in the previous year; 3 – if over the age of 20 and cannot read or write; 4 – anyone who is “deaf & dumb, blind, insane, idiotic, pauper, or convict”

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About the Author:

Dale has been studying genealogy heavily for over 30 years, since the age of 10. Although he does not seek professional clients, he has helped a family regain property lost during the Holocaust, and has assisted to obtain historical preservation status for a building in San Francisco. He is a co-admin of the ftDNA Sheldon DNA Project. He lives near Los Angeles and works in the travel industry.
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