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20Feb/103

Free Census Tools Online

This is kind of a "re-post" from Dick Eastman, but I figured I would post something about it just in case there are followers here and not Dick's site.

Earlier Dick posted an article on some free Census tools available online. I had never heard of this site so I went and checked it out. The gentleman who owns the site has made multiple Census spreadsheets for you to input your family data into that looks just like the Census. I downloaded them and tried them out, and they are great! I have been thinking about doing something like this for myself, but now I don't need to.

Some of the available downloads include:
  • U.S. Federal Census(1790-1930)
  • State Census
  • International Census
  • Cemetery Data
  • Passenger Manifest Data
  • Research Log
  • Family Group Record
If you have been looking for a good way to transcribe all the data from those census records or old family group records, I highly recommend you check out this site!

To learn more about Census Tools and download these forms, visit http://www.censustools.com/. All forms are both Windows and Mac compatible.

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  1. The site has a lot of stats and information which is a good source for geanology researchers. Thanks for the info

  2. I just read about you on the GeneaBloggers "May I Introduce you to…" Welcome to the blogging community, it looks like you started shortly before I did. You've got a great blog here!

  3. Enjoyed reading your interview on GeneaBloggers. Keep up the good work!

    Bill ;-)

    http://drbilltellsancestorstories.blogspot.com/
    Author of "13 Ways to Tell Your Ancestor Stories"


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