OGEMAW COUNTY, MICHIGAN

CENSUS


By constitutional requirement, the Federal Government of the United States conducts an enumeration of the nation every ten years. Since the first census in 1790, the returns from these censuses have become an invaluable source of information for genalogists. This collection of census records contains a vast amount of information on millions of Americans. It was not until 1850 that the Federal Census began listing every person by name; before that time only Heads of Household were listed by name.


1870 CENSUS RECORDS - Please note this link will take you off site, you will have to use your back button to return.

1880 CENSUS RECORDS - Please note this link will take you off site, you will have to use your back button to return.

1890 CENSUS RECORDS - were destroyed by a fire at the Commerce Department in Washington, D.C. on January 10,
1921. No Michigan records survived the fire.
1930 CENSUS SEARCH - Please note this link will take you off site, you will have to use your back button to return.

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