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1850 Fed Census
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Census Information of Levy County

Levy County was not established till 1845, so if you are looking for  information before 1845 please visit the parent county Alachua

Current census transcription available for Levy County

I am also providing a excel file format of the full Levy Co. 1850 and 1860 census. Click here to download

General Census Facts

Censuses are  valuable tools for genealogical research.  Below is a list of what you can expect to find for each respective year.

  • 1790 Federal Census
    • Name of Family Head
    • Free white males of 16 years and up
    • Free white males, under 16
    • Free white females
    • Slaves
    • Other persons
  • 1800 Federal Census
    •  Names of family head
    • If white, age and sex
    • Race
    • Slaves
  • 1810 Federal Census
    • Names of family head
    • If white, age and sex
    • Race
    • Slaves
  • 1820 Federal Census
    • Name of family head
    • Age
    • Sex
    • Race
    • Slaves
    • Industry (agriculture, commerce, and manufactures)
    • Foreigners not naturalized
  • 1830 Federal Census
    • Name of family head
    • Age
    • Sex
    • Race
    • Slaves
    • Deaf and Dumb
    • Blind
    • Foreigners not naturalized
  • 1840 Federal Census
    • Name of family head
    • Age
    • Sex
    • Race
    • Slaves
    • Number of deaf and dumb
    • Number of blind
    • Number of insane and idiotic and whether in public or private charge
    • Number of person in each family employed n each of six classes of industry and one of occupation
    • Literacy
    • Pensioners for Revolutionary or military service
  • 1850 Federal Census
    • Name
    • Age
    • Sex
    • Race
    • Whether deaf and dumb, blind, insane, or idiotic
    • Value of real estate
    • Occupation
    • Birthplace
    • Whether married within the year
    • School attendance
    • Literacy
    • Whether a pauper or convict
    • Supplemental schedules for slaves, and persons who died during the year.
  • 1860 Federal Census
    • Name
    • Age
    • Sex
    • Race
    • Value of Real Estate
    • Value of Personal Estate
    • Occupation
    • Birthplace
    • Whether married within the year
    • School attendance
    • Literacy
    • Blind, Insane or idiotic
    • Pauper or Convict
    • Number of slave houses
    • Supplemental Schedules for slaves
    • Persons who died during the year
  • 1870 Federal Census
    • Name 
    • Age
    • Race
    • Occupation
    • Value of Real Estate
    • Value of Personal Estate
    • Birthplace
    • Whether parents were foreign born
    • Month of birth if born within the year
    • Month of marriage if married within the year
    • School attendance
    • Literacy
    • Whether deaf and dumb
    • Blind, Insane or idiotic
    • Male citizens 21 and over
    • Number of such persons denied the right to vote for other than rebellion
    • Supplemental schedules for person who died during the year
  • 1880 Federal Census
    • Address
    • name
    • Relationship to family head
    • Sex
    • Race
    • Age
    • Marital status
    • month of birth if born within the census year
    • Occupation
    • Months unemployed during the year
    • Sickness or temporary disability
    • Whether blind, deaf and dumb, idiotic, insane, maimed, crippled, bedridden or otherwise disabled
    • School attendance
    • Literacy
    • Birthplace of person and parents
    • Supplemental schedules for person who died during the year
  • 1890 Federal Census
    • General Schedules destroyed
    • Supplemental schedules for Union veterans of the Civil War and their widows
  • 1900 Federal Census
    • Address
    • name
    • Relationship to family head
    • Sex
    • Race
    • Age
    • Marital status
    • Number of years married
    • For Women, number of children born and number now living
    • Birthplace of person and parents
    • If foreign born year of immigration and whether naturalized
    • Occupation
    • Months not employed
    • School attendance
    • Literacy
    • Ability to speak English
    • Whether on a farm, home owned or rented and if owned whether mortgaged
  • 1910 Federal Census
    • Address
    • Name
    • Relationship to family head
    • Sex
    • Race
    • Age
    • marital status
    • Number of years of present marriage
    • For worsen, number of children born and number now living
    • Birthplace and mother tongue of person and parents
    • If foreign born year of immigration, whether naturalized and whether able to speak English or if not Language spoken
    • Occupation
    • Industry and class of worker, if an employee, whether out of work during year
    • Literacy
    • School attendance
    • Home owned or rented, if owned, whether mortgaged
    • Whether farm or house
    • Whether a survivor of Union or Confederate Army or Navy
    • Whether blink, deaf and dumb.
  • 1920 Federal Census
    • Address
    • Name
    • Relationship to family head
    • Sex 
    • Race
    • Age
    • marital status
    • If foreign born, year of immigration to the U.S. whether naturalized and year of naturalization
    • School attendance
    • Literacy
    • Birthplace of person and parents
    • Mother tongue of foreign born
    • Ability to speak English
    • Occupation
    • Industry and class of worker
    • Home owned or rented, if owned whether free of mortgaged
  • 1930 Federal Census
    • Address
    • Name
    • Relationship to family head
    • Home owned or rented, value or monthly rental
    • Radio set
    • Whether on a farm
    • Sex
    • Race
    • Age
    • marital status
    • Age at first marriage
    • School attendance
    • Literacy
    • Birth place of person and parents
    • If foreign born, language spoken in home before coming to U.S.
    • Year of immigration, whether naturalized, and ability to speak English
    • Occupation,
    • Industry and class of worker
    • Whether at work previous day (or last regular working day)
    • Veteran status
    • For Indians, whether of full or mixed blood and tribal affiliation
 

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