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Census Records Around the World & Everything About Them

This group was created for anyone interested in knowing what censuses are available around the world. Also when they were written ,what appeared on the censuses, where to get blank census forms, where to find census records, and how to read them.

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Comment by Al (alpobc) on August 17, 2010 at 12:15am
For Mary Taylor Ferrando, in response to a Sep 2, 2009 posting:
There are censuses earlier than 1851, they are not all for all of Canada, some are very localized; i.e. 1818 census for Cape Breton Island. The earliest census in Québec was 1666.
You didn't say where in Canada East (Québec) your William WILSON was from.
Here is a link to some earlier Québec records, not all census though. http://www.genealogysearch.org/canada/quebec.html
The earlier censuses usually listed just the head of house by name. Québec has extensive genealogy records, not all of which are online.

Collections Canada has Land Petitions for Lower Canada, I did a search for the surname WILSON and got 248 hits, if you know your William WILSON's father or grandfather you could narrow the search.

I hope this helps.

Al Parsons
Duncan, British Columbia, Canada
Comment by Catherine Davis on February 7, 2010 at 6:01pm
For Mary Taylor Ferrando, in response to a Sep 2, 2009 posting: As far as I know, there was no Canadian census before 1851, but have you tried looking at the Drouin Collection on ancestry.com? It is a collection of early church records, both protestant and Catholic, for Quebec. I couldn't find any William P. Wilson when I looked, but there are several William Wilsons born on either side of 1824. The only birth that shows up as indexed in 1824 is for a Charles William Wilson, born Quebec City.
Comment by John Gondek on December 12, 2009 at 8:46pm
I am researching Frank and Amelia Gondek from the Nowy Sacz area - Frank was born in 1877 his Parents were Jakob and Anna. I believe Frank and Amelia were married about 1898-1900
Comment by John Gondek on December 12, 2009 at 8:43pm
Is there any Polish Census available for 1890 and/or 1900?
Comment by Danny Nieves on October 11, 2009 at 7:50am
Finn, thanks for the info. I was able to see my great-aunts husband coming to N.Y.C from Liverpool in 1918 on the ship Cretic and my great-aunt Carmen Aponte arriving in NYC in 1922 from San Juan on the family search site, but unfortunately I could not find any info. for them in Argentina. I did find some Alegranza's that could be family of my aunt's husband but at this point I do not have enough information to make the connection. Thanks for your help.
Comment by Julie Carr on October 11, 2009 at 6:37am
Also a big thanks to all who posted pilot.familysearch.org -- it didn't help with the shriner brick wall, but I did find a lot of my husband's Carr relatives in WV -- including his dad's 1st two marriages and the death of a half sister.

Julie
Comment by Julie Carr on October 11, 2009 at 6:35am
I'm still looking for George Shriner (b. May 1885 d. Nov 1964) (more infor post in other groups and as a blog on my page), but my question is --- Is it possible for someone to avoid the 1910, 1920 and 1930 or am I just not thinking clearing on how the name was spelled back then. I've been going page by page but still no luck.

Julie Carr
Comment by Finn S Hansen on October 10, 2009 at 1:49pm
Danny You might try going to pilot.familysearch.org they are currently adding census records for Argentina.
Finn S. Hansen
Comment by Danny Nieves on October 10, 2009 at 10:46am
Hi, I would like to know what census's are available for Buenos Aires, Argentina. I am interested in the late 19th century to the 20th century. I am researching the surnames Alegranza and Aponte.
Comment by George Thomas Saviel on September 20, 2009 at 10:43pm
Hi all I would like to know if anyone know of GEORGE THOMAS SAVIEL who was born in 1827 in India.If you have any information let me know at my email address.
Yoursfaithfully,
George T Saviel

gtsaviel@gmail.com
21 Sept. 2009
 

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