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Ontario Census 1871
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Town of Ingersoll Historical Census. Index to the , , , , , Censuses for the town of Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada. It is meant to be used in conjuction with the corresponding census microfilm, to obtain complete information. Family Tree Maker user home page for Eric-Hall-ON.
Federal Census of Ontario A federal census for the Province of Ontario was taken on 2 nd April The census is divided into nine schedules, of which the first two are of immediate interest to genealogists. The first schedule is the Nominal Roll of the Living. Census Records for Lanark County: (General) The OntarioGenWeb Census Project is available for many of the various years for Lanark County.. You can also "volunteer" to transcribe if you wish, or be a "proof-reader". Many of these census records start at and run up to
Each census has many sections but only the nominal section was generally microfilmed. Some years the agricultural section was microfilmed. The last census that is available is the census. The census is to be released in The instructions that were given to the enumerators from are found at Global Genealogy. The first general Ontario census was taken in , and but not all survive. so researchers need to check the book of available census returns (found in any public Census Census Index Heads of Household [LAC].
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Index, Census of Ontario. The Ontario Genealogical Society prepared an index for the census of the province: Elliott, Bruce S., ed.
Index to the Census of Ontario. 30 Volumes. Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Genealogical Society, (Family History Library book X22i ). While this was the first national census of Canada, only four provinces existed at the time: Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia.
Other areas of what later became part of Canada continued to be enumerated in their own separate censuses. The results of the census, in both English and French, were reported in a five volume shareholderdemocracy.com populous province: Ontario (1,).
Get this from a library. Index to the census of Ontario. Huron. [Bruce S Elliott; Jean Bircham; Ontario Genealogical Society. Huron County Branch.;] -- The original nominal return of the various nineteenth-century censuses are among the most commonly used and most useful of genealogical sources, providing the name, age, birthplace, ethnic origin.
Get this from a library. Index to the census of Ontario: Lanark. [Howard Morton Brown; Bruce S Elliott; Ontario Genealogical Society.; et al] -- The original nominal return of the various nineteenth-century censuses are among the most commonly used and most useful of genealogical sources, providing the name, age, birthplace, ethnic origin.
Ontario Census Records & Earlier Canadian Census returns vary. The first general Ontario census was taken inand but not all survive. There are scattered census records before but each area took its own census, so researchers need to check the book of available census returns (found in any public library of Ontario or at the Archives) to find out what years are.
Ontario Genealogy (Upper Canada) Census Records Research. Below is a list of census and assessment records which I have indexed.
Early assessment and census records for the most part only name the head of the family. census: Windsor, Essex County, Ontario, compiled & edited: C.E. Ouellette., Toronto Public Library. This is an alphabetical index to heads-of-household in the Ontario census.
The Internet web site of Library and Archives Canada has an index to the Ontario portion of the census index. See Canada Archives and Libraries. All versions of the Ontario census index include only Library and Archives Canada microfilm numbers.
The Census of Canada is a collection of five provincial censuses. Censuses were taken throughout different times of the year in the provinces of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Canada East (Lower Canada, or roughly southern Quebec), and Canada West (Upper Canada, or roughly southern Ontario).
You can print a blank form for recording Census data from the Research Forms page of the FamilySearch website. Learn more about the Census on the FamilySearch Research Wiki.
Related Articles Collections. Microfilm Access at the Kingston Frontenac Public Library. Index to the Census of Ontario Stormont Dundas Glengarry Prescott Russell. by census: Artemesia Township, Grey County, Ontario. Paperback More Buying Choices $ (1 used offer An Examination Of The Representation Of The United Kingdom,based Upon The Census Of ,and The Latest Parliamentary Returns.
Although is the year of the first national census, pre census records exist for some areas of Canada as many areas had provincial and local censuses taken. Some areas even have census records dating back to colonial times.
This data set is part of those pre records where the censuses were taken by provincial and local governments. Index to the Census of Ontario: York [Bruce S. Elliott] on shareholderdemocracy.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying shareholderdemocracy.com: Bruce S.
Elliott. Shows Ontario's Census Districts from the Census. Digitized by Queen's University Library. Society prepared an index for the census of the province: Elliott, Bruce S., ed.
Index to the Census of Ontario. 30 vols. Toronto: Ontario Genealogical Society, (FHL book X22i ; not on microfilm.) A computer version of the original databases for this index is. Kincardine town censusedited & published by South Bruce Genealogical Group.
(pbk.): Toronto Public Library. BOOK - Indexes to the Census of York County and Toronto By Bruce S. Elliott, general editor; Dorothy Martin, coordinator; compilers Doreen Allison [et al.] a small supply of new un-used copies of Toronto and York County indexes to the Census have been located and are now available.
Published by The Ontario Genealogical Society. Canada Census (Library and Archives Canada) Personal name index to the head of households of the Ontario portion of the census. Canada Census (shareholderdemocracy.com) This site allows you to search, by last name and household, the Census of Canada, the British Census and the US Census.
Canada Census (Automated. search Moravian Ancestors in the Canadian Federal Census of (Ontario Index) Moravians in the Canadian Federal Census of (Ontario Index) Your link to the past since February.
The Canadian Census was a detailed enumeration of the Canadian population. The total population count was 14, representing a % increase over the Census population count of 11, The Census was the ninth comprehensive decennial census since Canadian Confederation on 1 July The following national census was the Census, the first mid Country: Canada.
The links below for the census index shows the microfilm reel numbers for each census year. Most public libraries will have these microfilms available for reading.
The Ontario Genealogical Society and its regional branches transcribed the census, which is available at most public libraries.May 07, · I-III. Census, IV. Censuses of Canada. to V. Censuses of Canada.
to [Ratios, comparisons and deductions from the censuses ofand Statistics of marriages, births and deaths from the early settlement of the country. Pages: The Archives has microfilm copies of the personal census returns for Canada West/Ontario for, and and the and agricultural census returns for Canada West/Ontario.
The returns are arranged by county, then by town and township.