Illinois census returns, 1820 by Margaret Cross Norton

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Published by Trustees of the Illinois State Historical Library in Springfield .

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  • Illinois -- Genealogy -- Sources.

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Statementedited by Margaret Cross Norton.
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Pagination466 p.
Number of Pages466
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Open LibraryOL23305871M
OCLC/WorldCa1683060

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This publication of Illinois state census schedules for is a companion work to the federal and territorial censuses published in another volume of the Illinois Historical Collections. The introduction to the earlier returns presents the history of census taking in Illinois and gives tables and a map showing the population by counties in and Author: Margaret Cross Norton.

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the Illinois State Archives in Springfield. Record Series STATE CENSUS. 2 vols. Index. Each county return includes the name of county, and for each household the name of the head of household and numbers of free white males age 21 and older, other white inhabitants, slaves and servants, and free Negroes and Size: 54KB.

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GALLATIN COUNTY ILLINOIS CENSUS TRANSCRIPTIONS. To find a name in the census, go to the appropriate Index file first. Find the name of the person in the index and note what page number that person is found on the census. Then, click on the appropriate file. Researchers should remember that from toGallatin County included.

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(Record Group 29) OVERVIEW OF RECORDS LOCATIONS Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS OF THE CENSUS OFFICE Records of the 4th through 9th Censuses () Records of the 10th Census () Records of the 11th Census () Records of the 12th Census.

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by Trustees of Illinois State Historical Library, Springfield, IL. All page numbers are those from the book, not the original census. Federal Census for Edwards County, IL. Edwards County boundaries in included present-day Wabash, Edwards and parts of Richland and.

Illinois State Research Guide Illinois Census Records Federal censuses for the state of Illinois began in They were taken every ten years and are available throughexcept for The mostly destroyed census exists only for Mound Township, McDonough County. The following state and territorial censuses are available for Illinois.

The population census, authorized under an act, was compiled in each county by census commissioners appointed by the county commissioners courts and filed with the Secretary of State (L. p. The name of the head of the household is provided from the first census.

Inage categorization and residence was added to the other questions regarding slaves, and number of males and females. Incategorization of occupation was added.

Incategorization of deaf, dumb, and blind persons was added. As a result census returns may vary, and sometimes give more information. This schedule reflects the prescribed questions outlined by the census act. STATE Federal Census MICROFILM SERIES COUNTY OR PARISH TOWNSHIP/TOWN/ OR CITY DATE OF ENUMERATION ge Head of Family rs Free White Males Free White Females n n r ies y-ies.

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It can be borrowed on interlibrary loan from the Illinois State Archives. There is an Illinois State Census Collection, searchable at.

State of Illinois Census for Pope County S. Omelvany Original Notes: Samuel Omelveay took all three censuses of Pope County.

The state census of is evidently a copy of the federal census, with the data as to ages, etc., condensed into four columns. One family was omitted in copying. Norton, Margaret Cross. Illinois census returns, (Springfield, Illinois: Trustees of the Illinois State Historical Library, c).

The Illinois state census provides an early glimpse into the names of the early settlers of Illinois. In there was a federal census taken that provides census enumeration for Randolph County which was formed on Octo from St.

Clair County and The Northwest Territory. A piece may contain hundreds of pages, so extra information is required to find the right place within a piece. The census returns for most years follow a single format, but there are slightly different arrangements for and Census returns from to The extra refererence is a folio number and (optionally) a page number.

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Prepared from the corrected returns of the Secretary of State to Congress, by the clerk of the House of Representatives.

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Whether you are just beginning to explore your family tree or are an experienced researcher looking for in. The Census estimates put the population at 12, which was a decrease from the numbers. Illinois is one of only 7 states that has a negative growth rate in At % per year, it is ahead of only West n andthe population of Illinois grew by a mere %, compared to the national average US population .ILLINOIS CENSUS In the census males are broken down,45 and older.

Females are divided, 45 and over. EBER PUTNAM Edwards County His whole name is Ebenezer Putnam. He is a son of Howard Putnam (number in Eben Putnam’s books) and Hannah Green of Sutton, Massachusetts, and a.Housing units, July 1,(V) X: Owner-occupied housing unit rate, %: Median value of owner-occupied housing units,

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