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Aberdeenshire Census Surname Indexes at the Family History Library
How surname indexes can help locate a person when a computer search of the large census databases is unsuccessful.
Today, there are many useful websites and computer indexes for all of England, Wales and Scotland. These include those found at FamilySearch.org, Scotlandspeople.gov.uk, Ancestry.com, FindMyPast, etc. These are a good place to begin your search for people in the census.
There are, however, times when you cannot find your ancestor in these large indexes. Perhaps, a mistake was made when these large indexes were made, or a person's name was not easy to recognize in the census enumeration book, or the surname was spelled differently. In such a situation, you may be able to find your ancestor in the census by using a smaller surname index for the parish or town of interest. When looking at a smaller index, it can be easier to pick out an alternative spelling of a person's surname. These indexes are also ideal for finding all of the people with a specific surname in a specific location.
Many of these are available, in book, CD, microfilm and microfiche form. The Family History Library (Salt Lake City, Utah, USA) has a large and growing collection of these smaller indexes.
How to use this table to find indexes at the library.
Below are links to alphabetical lists of place names within this county for which the Family History Library has an index. The tables contain the library call numbers for each place-name index that the Family History Library has in its collection. The call numbers are generally shown for the census years from 1841-1871 and 1891-1901, however there are a few indexes for other years. The surname index tables show the place name and the year for which an index is available.
The 1881 surname index books have not been tabulated in this reference table since FamilySearch has a large nationwide computer surname index for this year or the index for Aberdeenshire can be found on microfiche #6086502.
This table contains the Family History film and book call numbers for the census surname indexes (except 1881) that are in its collection. The indexes are listed by placename.
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|Census indexes at the Family History Library|
|NOTE: Surname index searches are available from the Aberdeen & NE Scotland Family History Society for a nominal fee. For details, see their web site at: www.anesfhs.org.uk.|
|NOTE: The whole of the 1881 census of Scotland has been surname indexed and is available on all patron access computers.|
|NOTE: A name-indexed Directory of Land Ownership in Scotland, c1770, for Aberdeen is at 941 B4sr new ser. v. 5|
|ABERDEEN||See Note||See Note||.||.||.||.|
|BRAEMAR SEE: CRATHIE & BRAEMAR|
|CAIRNEY||941.25/C3 X2m Also: 1559433 Item 14||See Note||.||.||.||.|
|CHAPEL OF GARIOCH||.||See Note||.||.||.||.|
|CRATHIE & BRAEMAR||See Note||.||.||.||.||.|
|FRASERBURGH||See Note||See Note||.||.||.||.|
|GARIOCH SEE: CHAPEL OF GARIOCH|
|HUNTLY||.||941.25/H1 X22a 1851||.||.||.||.|
|KINCARDINE O’NEIL||See Note||.||.||.||.||.|
|KING EDWARD||See Note||.||.||.||.||.|
| . NOTE: Name-indexed lists of pollable persons in 1696, voter lists for 1832, and deaths in 1855 are at 941.25/L3 V3m |
|MIDMAR||See Note||See Note||.||.||.||.|
|NEW DEER||See Note||See Note||.||.||.||.|
|OLD DEER||.||See Note||.||.||.||.|
|PETERHEAD NOTE: A surname index for 1801 exists at: 941.25/P1 X2m|
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