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  • Ronald Vern Jackson, A.I.S. U.S. Census Indexes (on Microfiche) (Bountiful, Utah: Accelerated Indexing Systems, 1984). Also in online.
Search 1 1607-1819 Entire United States
Search 2 1820-1829 Entire United States
Search 3 1830-1839 Entire United States
Search 4 1840-1849 Entire United States
Search 5 1850-1860 Southern States
Search 6 1850 New England and northern states
Search 7 1850-1906 Midwestern and western states
Search 7a 1850-1906 Entire United States (searches 5, 6, and 7 combined)
Search 8 U.S. Mortality schedules
For a resource guide to using them, see Accelerated Indexing Systems U.S. Census Indexes (on Microfiche).




  • Soundex (phonetic) indexes are available on microfilm.


  • Buckway, G. Eileen. U.S. 1910 Federal Census: Unindexed States: A Guide to Finding Census Enumeration Districts for Unindexed Cities, Towns, and Villages. Salt Lake City, Utah: Family History Library, 1992. (Family History Library book 973 X2bu, fiche 6101340.)
  • United States.Bureau of the Census. Cross Index to Selected City Streets and Enumeration Districts, 1910 Census. Washington, DC: National Archives, [1984]. (51 Family History Library fiche 6331481.) Lists street addresses of Elizabeth (fiche 19), Newark (fiche 25), and Patterson (fiche 36) with corresponding census enumeration districts.


  • Soundex (phonetic) indexes are available on microfilm.

1890 Population schedule fragments

Includes only fragments for 17 names of the Nelson, Cross, and Clooney families from Jersey City, Hudson County.


  • Soundex (phonetic) indexes are available on microfilm only for New Jersey families with children age 10 and under.



  • Statewide indexes are available in books.



  • Statewide indexes are available in books, and microfiche.



  • Lost


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  • Lost except Cumberland County. Statewide indexes are available in books, and microfiche for Cumberland County.


  • Lost

Census Substitutes

Search the tax ratables described in New Jersey Taxation. Also see the 1793 militia census described in New Jersey Military Records.


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