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Windsor County, Vermont
Year & Subdistricts* Links NARA Roll Transcription
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*These include Township, Precinct, City, Town, Village, District, Division, and Ward.
From 1880 on, enumeration has been done by ED, or enumeration district.
Vermont joined the Union in March 1791. Its federal census began in April 1791, taking five months. This "1790" census therefore is actually a 1791 enumeration.
1790 Heads of Families Images
1790
Andover
  M637-12 Available For Transcription  
1790
Barnard
  M637-12 Available For Transcription  
1790
Bethel
  M637-12 Available For Transcription  
1790
Bridgwater
  M637-12 Available For Transcription  
1790
Cavendish
  M637-12 Available For Transcription  
1790
Chester
  M637-12 Available For Transcription  
1790
Hartford
  M637-12 Available For Transcription  
1790
Hartland
  M637-12 Available For Transcription  
1790
Ludlow
  M637-12 Available For Transcription  
1790
Norwich
  M637-12 Available For Transcription  
1790
Pomfret
  M637-12 Available For Transcription  
1790
Reading
  M637-12 Available For Transcription  
1790
Rochester
  M637-12 Available For Transcription  
1790
Royalton
  M637-12 Available For Transcription  
1790
Saltash
  M637-12 Available For Transcription  
1790
Sharon
  M637-12 Available For Transcription  
1790
Springfield
  M637-12 Available For Transcription  
1790
Stockbridge
  M637-12 Available For Transcription  
1790
Weathersfield
  M637-12 Available For Transcription  
1790
Windsor
  M637-12 Available For Transcription  
1790
Woodstock
  M637-12 Available For Transcription  
1800 Census Images
1800   M32-52 Available For Transcription  
1810 Census Images
1810   M252-65 Available For Transcription  
1820 Census Images
1820   M33-128 Available For Transcription  
1830   M19-187 Available For Transcription  
1840   M704-548 Available For Transcription  
1850   M432-930 Available For Transcription  
1850   M432-931 Available For Transcription  
1860   M653-1328 Available For Transcription  
1860   M653-1329 Available For Transcription  
1870
EDs 32-35
  M593-1628
&1629
Available For Transcription  
1870
ED 37
  M593-1628
&1629
Available For Transcription  
1870
ED 48
  M593-1628
&1629
Available For Transcription  
Location of original 1880 schedules: Law and Documents Section, Vermont State Library, Montpelier VT, 3 volumes.
1880
EDs 246-269
  T9-1350 Available For Transcription  
The Vermont 1890 Federal Population Schedules were completely destroyed by fire in the Commerce Department Building in January 1921. The Special Schedules Enumerating Union Veterans and Widows in Vermont do survive, shown below.
1890   M123-105 Available For Transcription  
1900   T623-1696 Available For Transcription  
1910   T624-1617 Available For Transcription  
1910   T624-1618 Available For Transcription  
1920   T625-1873 Available For Transcription  
1930
14-1 to 14-11
  T626-2431 Available For Transcription  
1930
14-12 to 14-40
  T626-2432 Available For Transcription  
1940
14-1 to 14-52
  T627-4240 Available For Transcription  
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