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  • Jamestown, Virginia - 1624 Census

    In June 1624, King James I assumed responsibilty for the colony of Virginia after he dissolved the Virginia Company of London. He ordered Virginia's leaders to make a record of the colony's inhabitants and their provisions. This census-known as the 1624/5 Muster-is the first comprehensive account of households in British North America. In addition, it is the only extant census for seventeenth-c...

  • Stockbury, Kent 1881 Census

    Stockbury is a village near the town of Sittingbourne in Kent, England. but within the Maidstone Borough Council area. The parish church is dedicated to St Mary Magdalene. Population in 1881 : 621 ALEXANDER (27) ANDERSON (4) APPS (5) ARDING (2) ATKINS (2) ATTWOOD (17) BAKER (5) BANFIELD (1) BARDEN (1) BAWCHAM (1) BEARD (1) BEAUMONT (6) BENGE (9) BIGG (1) BING (...

  • Names in the 1671 Wharton census of the Delaware

    WORK IN PROGRESS < BACK Transcribed and annotated by Peter Stebbins Craig. //No.76 and forward Matinicum Island Pieter Alrichs Shackamaxon Petersson Cock 2 Wicaco Sven Svensson 2 Olof Svensson 3 Anders Svensson 4 Moyamensing Anders Bengtsson 6 Olof Stille 7

  • The 1671 Bahamas Census

    The Pioneer Settlers of the Bahamas: Census of 1671 , NOTE: A. Talbot Bethell attributed the partial census contained in ORG Book C to the year 1671 when in fact internal evidence in that particular listing makes clear that it could not have been compiled before 1736 and probably closer to 1740. Thus it is more appropriately referred to as the partial census circa 1740. Links and Resources ...

  • Adding non-related profiles to Geni.com using US Census-based data to grow our Big Tree

    In the project entitled "Let's build up the Jewish Genealogy Portal" , we have been discussing the possibility of adding Jewish profiles, in mass, by using US census data. There are a number of issues that may have to be overcome to utilize this data in the most efficient way.Since this is a general problem, not at all restricted to Jewish folks, I've decided to open up this as a separate proje...

  • Hartlip, Kent 1881 Census

    Hartlip is a village and civil parish in the borough of Swale, in the county of Kent, England. Hartlip Wills John Wood Mary Wood William Woodier Population in 1881 census : 385 ATKINS (1) Old House Lane Nr "Nunfield" Farm: William ATWOOD (1) Lower Hartlip Rd "Sweepstakes" Farm: David AUSTEN (1) Queendown Warren House: Augusta BAX (2) Mill Road...

  • Rainham, Kent 1881 Census

    The town of Rainham is a part of the Medway Towns conurbation, under the unitary authority of Medway, in South East England, and part of the ceremonial county of Kent. Historically, Rainham was a separate village until, in 1928, it was added to the Municipal Borough of Gillingham. The 1881 Census was conducted on the 3rd of April. The most common surnames for the village of Rainham were Kit...

  • 1850 U.S. Census Project: Indiana: Warren County

    Warren County lies in western Indiana between the Illinois border and the Wabash River in the United States. Before the arrival of non-indigenous settlers in the early 19th century, the area was inhabited by several Native American tribes. The county was officially established in 1827 and was the 55th county in Indiana. When the county was formed, it was divided into four townships: Medina, W...

  • Jamaica, West Indies, 1823 Census

    A Census of the White & Brown inhabitants & other Persons of Free Condition of the Parish of Hanover distinguishing their Sexes, Colour, Ages and places of Residence Name Gender Age Colour Residence Vassall, Robert O. Male - White Abingdon Vassall, Christian Female - White Abingdon Vassall, John Male - White Abingdon Vasall, Mary Female - White Abingdon Doo, Sarah Female 67 White Albion Rus...