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BOOK - Indexes to the 1871 Census of York County and Toronto
By Bruce S. Elliott, general editor; Dorothy Martin, coordinator; compilers Doreen Allison [et al.]
Published by The Ontario Genealogical Society, Toronto, 1992

     

Index to the 1871 census of Toronto
ISBN: 0920036503
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Index to the 1871 census of York County, Ontario
ISBN: 0920036581
Softcover...12.95
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Long out of print, a small supply of new un-used copies of Toronto and York County indexes to the 1871 Census have been located and are now available.

Each record in these books includes the name of the head of household as recorded in the personal schedules, with complete data concerning age, sex, birthplace, religion, ethnic origin, occupation, and a coded referecne to the municipality and page number in the original census. The compilers also indexed any individual bearing a different surname than that of the head of the household, designating such a person as a "stray", and have included all names recorded in the death schedules, which follow the personal schedules on the original census records.

Each book also includes an introduction that explains the indexes, abbreviations used, how to use the records.

8.5 X 11"
Softcover - perfectbound
York County volume: 154 Pages
Toronto volume: 193 Pages
Published by The Ontario Genealogical Society, Toronto, 1992





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