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Alabama Census Notes

Mobile Spanish Census records exist for years 1786, 1787, 1789 & 1805. See 1786, 1787 & 1789 Spanish Censuses of the Mobile District.

Alabama was first included in the Territory of Mississippi in 1798.  In 1817, it became the Territory of Alabama  and  achieved statehood in 1819.

Federal census schedules for Alabama  include: 1820 (partial), 1830, 1840, 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880, 1890 (partial), 1900, 1920, and 1930.  See 1790-1940 Census Collection at Ancestry.

A Special note about the 1820 Federal census records for Alabama: Much of the 1820 Federal Census for Alabama was lost.  All that remains are 1820 census schedules for the following counties:  Baldwin, Conecuh, Dallas, Franklin, Limestone, Shelby, St. Clair and Wilcox.

1890 Alabama Federal census records were for the most part lost in a 1921 warehouse fire.  However remnants of it do exist for Perry County: 

Perryville - Beat 11 & Severe - Beat 8. See 1890 Federal Census Fragments at Ancestry.

Alabama State census records for years 1855 & 1866 survived and are available at the Alabama Department of Archives and History (ADAH).  There is also an 1820 state census of which only part of Lawrence County survives. See: 1820-1866 Alabama State Census at Ancestry.

Special Alabama censuses include a 1907 Confederate census, and a 1921 Confederate census.

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Montgomery, AL 36103-5625
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Marriage records are available from the county clerks offices of each individual county.

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Statewide Alabama Census Records Online

 1786, 1787 & 1789 Spanish Censuses of the Mobile District

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AL Census Records Online by County

Dallas County (formed 1818 from Montgomery)

1820 State Census Records

1820 State Census of Slave Holders and Free Persons of Color

1830 Federal Census Images

1830 Federal Census Images

1850 Federal Census Surname Index by SK Publications

1850 Federal Census Agricultural Schedule

1860 Largest Slaveholders in 1860 Census and Surname Matches in 1870 Census

1866 State Census of Colored Population

Other Records

1837-1894 Church Records of St. Paul's Episcopal Church

Vital Records at Dallas County GenWeb Archives


Dekalb County (formed 1836 from the 1835 Cherokee Cession)

1850 Federal Census Surname Index by SK Publications

1851 Census of Cherokees East of the Mississippi

1910 Federal Census Images


Elmore County (formed 1866 from Autauga, Cossa, Montgomery & Tallapoosa)

1870 Federal Census Records Index.  (partial)

Surnames starting with:

[A]    [B]    [C-E]    [F-G]    [H-I]    [J-K]    [L]    [M-O]    [P-R]    [S]    [T-V]    [W-Z]

1870 Federal Census Records Transcription (partial) - Use with above index.

1870 Federal Census Records - Pages 1A-8A

1870 Federal Census Records - Pages 8B-15B

1870 Federal Census Records - Pages 16A-23A

1910 Federal Census Images

Other Records

1867-1906 Wills Transcription of Will Book A

1887 Elmore County Medical Society Members and Physicians

History of Tallassee Alabama Surname Index


Escambia County   

(Formed from portions of Conecuh, Monroe & Baldwin Counties on Dec. 10, 1868)

1880 Federal Census Records Transcription of ED 76

1907 Census of Confederate Pensioners

Other Records

1800s-1900s Register of Licensed Practitioners of Medicine

1880-1904 Convict Docket Index

1894 Delinquent Tax Payer List

1895 Muster Roll of the Pollard Light Guards

1915-1953 Physicians, Dentists and Pharmacists Licenses

1918-1932 Registry of the Insane

1933 CCC Camp Roster

Index to Probate Records, Book A

Index to Probate Records, Book B

Registered Voters from Poll Tax Records

Vital Records at Escambia County GenWeb Archives

Voters List for Beat 1, District 1

Voters List for Beat 1, District 2

Voters List for Beat 2, District 3

Voters List for Beat 2, District 4


Etowah County  (formed 1868 from Blount, Calhoun, Cherokee, Dekalb, Marshall & St. Clair)

Originally formed 1866 as Baine County.  Abolished 1 Dec 1868 and re-established as Etowah County on the same day.

No known census online.  Submit census links for inclusion in Census Finder's Directory.

Other Records

1886 Incorporation Papers for Walnut Grove with signers listed

1923 Confederate Pensioners List

1931-1946 Honorably Discharged WWI Veterans


Fayette County (formed 1824 from Marion, Pickens, & Tuscaloosa)

1830 Federal Census Images

1840 Federal Census Transcription - Pages 1-6

1840 Federal Census Transcription - Pages 7-12

1840 Federal Census Transcription - Pages 13-18

1840 Federal Census Transcription - Pages 19-24

1840 Federal Census Transcription - Pages 25-30

1850 Federal Census Surname Index by SK Publications

1850 Federal Census Records Index - Surnames A-E

1850 Federal Census Records Index - Surnames F-L

1850 Federal Census Records Index - Surnames M-R

1850 Federal Census Records Index - Surnames S-Z

1850 Federal Census Records Transcription - Census files arranged by page #.

1850 Federal Census Images

1850 Federal Census Records - Slave Schedules

1860 Federal Census Surname Index by SK Publications

1860 Federal Census Records Index - Surnames A-L

1860 Federal Census Records Index - Surnames M-Z

1860 Federal Census Images

1860 Federal Census Records - Slave Schedules

1866 State Census of Colored Population

1870 Federal Census Images

1891 Voters List

1902 Poll List

1907 Census of Confederate Soldiers.  Surnames: A-G  H-O  P-Z

Other Records

1867 Voters Registration List

Federal Land Patent Owners in Fayette County

Land Maps Showing Original Landowners in Fayette County


Franklin County (formed 1818 from Cherokee & the 1816 Chickasaw Cession)

1820 Federal Census Records

1830 Federal Census Images

1840 Federal Census of Free Negro Heads of Families

1850 Federal Census Surname Index by SK Publications

1850 Federal Census of Free Persons of Color

1850 Federal Census Agricultural & Manufacturing Schedules

1860 Federal Census Records - Extraction of Thompson Families

1860 Federal Census Large Slaveholders

1910 Federal Census Images


Geneva County (formed 1868 from Dale, Henry & Coffee)

1870 Federal Census Records Index

1870 Federal Census Records Index of Township 1

1870 Federal Census (download)

1870 Federal Census Transcription at Tracking Your Roots

1880 Federal Census Images

1900 Federal Census Images

1910 Federal Census, Hacoda Precinct - Names only

1910 Federal Census Images of Piney Grove Precinct

1910 Federal Census Images - Part 1

1910 Federal Census Images - Part 2

1920 Federal Census Images - Part 1

1920 Federal Census Images - Part 2

1920 Federal Census partial (download)

Other Records

1878-1896 Records of Sandy Creek Baptist Association Church


Greene County (formed 1819 from Conecuh)

1830 Federal Census - Names in the census

1830 Federal Census Images

1850 Federal Census Surname Index by SK Publications

1850 Federal Census Index.  Surnames starting with:
[A-C]    [C-G]    [G-J]    [J-M]    [M-S]    [S-W]    [W-Y]

1850 Federal Census Records Transcription - Census files arranged by page #.

1860 Federal Census Images

1860 Federal Census Largest Slaveholders & 1870 Census Surname Matches

1866 State Census Records of Colored Population

1900 Federal Census Images

1910 Federal Census Images

Other Records

1824-1829 Orphans Court Index - Surnames A-L

1824-1829 Orphans Court Index - Surnames M-Z

War Pensioners in Greene County


Hale County (formed 1867 from Greene, Marengo, Perry & Tuscaloosa)

1870 Federal Census Records of Black and Mulatto Households


Hancock County (formed 1850 from Walker.  Name changed to Winston 1858)

See Winston

1850 Federal Census Surname Index by SK Publications

1850 Federal Census Records Transcription


Henry County (formed 1819 from Conecuh)

1830 Federal Census Images

1840 Federal Census Records

1850 Federal Census Surname Index by SK Publications

1850 Federal Census Index.  Surnames starting with:
[A-D]    [E-I]    [J-M]    [N-S]    [S-Z]

1850 Federal Census Records Transcription - Census files arranged by page #.

1850 Federal Census Agricultural Schedule

1855 State Census Records

1860 Federal Census Records (partial)

1870 Federal Census Records (partial)

1910 Federal Census Images

Other Records

1907 Census of Confederate Pensions


Houston County (formed 1903 from Dale, Geneva & Henry)

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