2 edition of Census of the state of New York for 1865. found in the catalog.
Census of the state of New York for 1865.
New York (state). Census, 1865.
The fifth census taken in the state.
|Statement||... Prepared from the original returns, under the direction of Hon. Francis C. Barlow, Secretary of State, by Franklin B. Hough, Superintendent of the Census.|
|Contributions||Hough, Franklin Banjamin, 1822-1885|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||cxxvi, 743 p. table.|
|Number of Pages||743|
The schedules of New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maryland were published in and Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and South Carolina were published in , thus completing the roster of the heads of families in so far as they can be shown from the records of the Census Office. (and beyond) See images of the New York State Census at Included are census schedules for the years (new 1 Feb ),
History of the census in New York, and plan proposed for the state census of [Hough, Franklin Benjamin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. History of the census in New York, and plan proposed for the state census of Author: Franklin Benjamin Hough. Note: Ancestry Library Edition has indexed a small number of books of the “Police” Census. New Jersey State Census. N.J. State Census, , /75, , , , available in Milstein Microfilm, Room Note: Ancestry Library Edition has indexed and digitized the New Jersey State Census. Passenger Lists.
The county originals of the New York State census enumeration for New York City's Ward 17 in Manhattan. Located on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, Ward 17 was a densely populated area that attracted vast numbers of immigrants of diverse ethnic backgrounds, but especially German and Irish. The census records every name within enumerated . So you’ve found your ancestor in every federal census, but other enumerations can breathe new life into your research. Many state or territorial governments periodically administered their own population counts, and these state censuses can help you fill in gaps left by the federal census.
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This collection contains most of the New York state census records still in existence. Most counties are covered, but some records were destroyed.
The record is a printed form that was filled in by hand by the enumerator. The. The New York State Census is stored at the Warren County Archives, Lake George, NY. A copy of the original documents All Census of the state of New York for 1865.
book and accuracy were taken in transcribing these records. the original data were handwritten, errors caused by handwriting interpretation. New York claimed two of the three biggest U.S. cities: New York City and Brooklyn, with a combined population of over a million. According to FamilySearch, “This collection contains most of the New York state census records still in existence.
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In New York state censuses were taken every ten years frominand then again from This database is an index to, with corresponding images of, parts of the, and censuses.
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The United States Census of was the seventh census of the United ted by the Census Office, it determined the resident population of the United States to be 23,—an increase of percent overpersons enumerated during the total population included 3, slaves.
Although the official date of the census. About this Book Catalog Record Details. Census of the state of New York, for New York (State). View full catalog record.
Rights: Public Domain. New York Residence Records. Census. An inventory of New York State and Federal census records; The Jacobs collection; –Newport and New York – List of French neutrals from Nova Scotia and Georgia, – census[town of Hillsdale and Claverack, N. Y.]. The New York, Erie County Census records for the years, and are contained in this database.
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Ten schedules were filed for each locality, including population, marriages, and deaths schedules. The population schedule included the name, age, birthplace, and occupation of each household member.
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Secretary of State. OCLC Number: Notes: Submitted and issued according to law by the New York Secretary of State. Description: 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm: Contents: Item 2.
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