New York Censuses Existing and Lost

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Available and Lost Census Schedules

New York:  Existing and Lost Federal Census Records

Population Schedules

Veterans Slave Mortality Agricultural Industrial Defective

1790

Aug 2

                Exist     - - -    - - -    - - -      - - -          - - -       - - -

1800

Aug 4

                 Exist      - - -    - - -     - - -       - - -         - - -      - - -

1810

Aug 6

Partial:

Missing Cortland County,

and some of Broome County.

    - - -   - - -     - - -       - - -         - - -      - - -

1820

Aug 7

                  Exist      - - -   - - -     - - -       - - -        Exist     - - -

1830

Jun 1

                  Exist     - - -   - - -     - - -      - - -        - - -      - - -

1840

Jun 1

                  Exist    Exist   - - -     - - -      - - -       - - -      - - -

1850

Jun 1

                  Exist       - - -   - - -    Exist      Exist       Exist     - - -

1860

Jun 1

                  Exist     - - -   - - -    Exist      Exist      Exist     - - -

1870

Jun 1

Partial:

Missing two enumerations

for New York City.

   - - -   - - -    Exist      Exist       Exist     - - -

1880

Jun 1

                 Exist      - - -   - - -    Exist      Exist

Partial:

Only for Essex to

Yates counties 

      Exist

1890

Jun 2

Partial:

Only exists for Eastchester

in Westchester County,

and Brookhaven Township

in Suffolk County.

Exist   - - -   - - -      - - -         - - -      - - -

1900

Jun 1

               Exist   - - -   - - -     - - -      - - -          - - -      - - -

1910

Apr 15

              Exist   - - -   - - -     - - -       - - -          - - -      - - -

1920

Jan 1

              Exist   - - -   - - -     - - -       - - -          - - -      - - -

1930

Apr 1

              Exist   - - -   - - -     - - -       - - -          - - -      - - -
1940

Exist - Available in 2012

           


A good explanation of the importance of the Special Federal Census schedules from a genealogical standpoint, see the article:  Special Federal Census Schedules for New York State .