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1851 Census Carleton County, Canada West (Ontario) Volume II includes Fitzroy Township, Torbolton Township, Huntley Township, March Township
by Coordinated by Norman K. Crowder
Originally published by Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1999
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa, 2017

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This book includes includes information for those people who were in the Townships of Fitzroy, Torbolton, Huntley and Marchwas during the 1851 Census of Carleton County, Canada West (Ontario).

The information is organized alphabetically by surname within each Township listing. This is the first census of Canada West (Ontario) that includes all members of each family, rather than only the head of household which was was the previous custom.

Information included in this census extraction/index:
  • surname
  • given name
  • age as of the next birthday
  • religion
  • birthplace
  • township where located at date of census in 1851
  • page number on the original record where the individual is listed
  • Microfilm number that the original record appears on
Book contents include
  • Table of Contents
  • Map of Carleton County c1850 identifying boundaries of townships.
  • Introduction to 1851-2 Census of Canada West
    • Enumeration Forms
    • Ages
    • Relationships
    • Place of Birth
    • Accuracy of Returns
    • Survival of the Records
  • Introduction to 1851-2 Census of Carleton County
  • Religion Codes - table of abbreviations
  • Census Records/Index for:
    • Fitzroy Township
    • Torbolton Township
    • Huntley Township
    • March Township
Bear in mind that this index, although a substantial one with many identifying details, it does not include all the information in the original record. Reference to the original census document on microfilm is provided in this book by microfilm reel number and the page number where the original record for that person/family appears on microfilm.

129 Pages
8.5 X 11" Coilbound Index
Originally published by Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1999
Original ISBN: 0-7779-1478-6
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa 2017
New ISBN 978-1-77240-092-2 (coil bound edition)

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