Topic: 1790 Census

1790 Census Guide – Questions & Information

Due to it’s early nature the 1790 census provides the littlest of “meat” for the genealogist as it only names the head of the household and provides a range of ages for all other occupants of the house . The content of the census directly indicates the name of the head of household, and the location of the family, but indirectly can be used to direct future research.

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North Carolina Census Records

North Carolina 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 where you can access all the available online North Carolina census information directly from your computer at home. North Carolina 1800 – 1840 Census RecordsNorth Carolina 1850 Census RecordsNorth Carolina 1860 – 1890 Census RecordsNorth Carolina 1900 – 1930 Census Records 1790 Anson County North Carolina (hosted at USGenWeb Census Project) Index Part 1 Beaufort County North Carolina (hosted at USGenWeb Census Project) Index Part 1 Bertie County North Carolina Partial Archives (hosted at USGenWeb Census Project) Bladen County North Carolina Online Partial  (hosted at USGenWeb Census Project) Brunswick County North Carolina (hosted at USGenWeb Census Project) Index Part 1 Burke County North Carolina (hosted at USGenWeb Census Project) Index Part 1 Camden County North Carolina Partial Archives  (hosted at USGenWeb Census Project) Carteret County North Carolina (hosted at USGenWeb Census Project) Index Part 1 Chatham County North Carolina Archives  (hosted at USGenWeb Census Project) Cumberland County North Carolina Online  (hosted at Cumberland County North Carolina USGenWeb Project) Cumberland County North Carolina Archives  (hosted at USGenWeb Census Project) Fayette District Currituck County North Carolina Partial Archives  (hosted at USGenWeb Census Project) Dobbs County North Carolina (hosted at USGenWeb Census Project) Index Part 1 Duplin County North Carolina...

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