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Census Transcription and General Research Forms
U.S. and British census transcription forms, as well as other forms used for genealogical research, can be downloaded or printed from the following website: 
http://www.familyhistory101.com/forms.html

Census Transcription and General Research Forms

U.S. and British census transcription forms, as well as other forms used for genealogical research, can be downloaded or printed from the following websites:

http://www.familyhistory101.com/forms.html

http://www.mymcpl.org/genealogy/family-history-forms

A transcription sheet for the 1940 census can be found at:

http://www.archives.gov/research/census/1940/1940.pdf

1850 - 1880 Agricultural Schedule Transcription Forms

With the recent availability of the 1850-1880 agricultural and manufacturing schedules on Ancestry.com, it became apparent that the headers for the agricultural schedules can be very difficult to read. In addition, with the large amount of data on the agricultural schedules a transcription form to record the information would be very helpful. Unfortunately, no known transcription forms exist. Using an old Commerce Department manual, however, the following forms have been designed and can be downloaded and printed to assist researchers in reading and recording this data:   

1850 Agricultural Schedule Form

1860 Agricultural Schedule Form

1870 Agricultural Schedule Form

1880 Agricultural Schedule Northern States Form

1880 Agricultural Schedule Southern States Form

Ship Manifest Extraction Form

A "universal" form to extract information from passenger lists/manifests of ships arriving at U.S. ports can be found at the following website:

http://www.stevemorse.org/ellis/PassList29col.pdf

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