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Vermont Census Notes
The 1790 Federal Vermont Census was actually taken in 1791 when Vermont became a state. This can cause confusion as an individual may be enumerated in the 1791 Federal census of Vermont but could have actually been living in a different state in 1790. When conducting genealogical research in Vermont, beware of this common pitfall.
Federal Vermont census records are available to the public for census years 1790 (1791), 1800, 1810, 1820, 1830, 1840, 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880, 1900, 1910, 1920 & 1930. See 1790-1940 US Census Records at Ancestry.
1890 Federal Vermont census records were completely destroyed by a 1921 warehouse fire, however, the schedules for Veterans and Widows census did survive and is often helpful for locating ancestors in that census year. See A Fire Destroyed The 1890 Census, Bridging the 1890 Census Gap & 1890 Veterans Schedules at Ancestry.
Vermont State Census Records: A state census was taken by the state of Vermont in 1785. It is incomplete. The 1791 census enumerated in Vermont is NOT a state census. It was the first Federal census taken in the state.
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Vermont Census Records &
Vermont Vital Records
Birth, death and marriage records which occurred during the past 5 years are on file at:
Vital Records Office
Vermont Department of Health
Older Vital Records beginning in 1909 but not within the last 5 years are on file at: The Vermont State Archives and Records Administration
Secretary of State Office
1078 U.S. Route 2, Middlesex
Montpelier, VT 05633-7701
Very early Vermont town records are on file in each town with the town clerks and most have been microfilmed or printed for researchers.
VT Vital Record Databases
Vermont Vital Records at Ancestry:
Newspapers & Obituaries
Vermont Genealogy Links
VT Online Books
*1886 History of Addison County
(Republic 1777.Statehood 1791.)
Statewide Vermont Census Records Online
Other VT Statewide Genealogy Records and Colonial Records
VT Census Records Online by County
Orleans County (formed 1792)
Rutland County (formed 1781)
Washington County (formed 1781)
1850 Federal Census Transcription - Files arranged by township
Windham County (formed 1781)
Windsor County (formed 1781)
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