West virginia census 1940

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West Virginia Census

Online Federal Censuses[edit | edit source]

Population Schedules[edit | edit source]

Starting in , federal population schedules were taken every 10 years in the United States. Click here for more information about federal census records.

West Virginia was admitted to the union as the 35th state on 20 June It was created from the state of Virginia. Therefore, residents of West Virginia will appear as living in Virginia before then.

United States Federal Censuses with Online Links[edit | edit source]

Non-Population Schedules for West Virginia[edit | edit source]

Federal non-population schedules included such things mortality schedules, agriculture schedules, slave schedules, and manufacturing schedules.

Existing and Lost Censuses[edit | edit source]

Online State and Territorial Censuses[edit | edit source]

State censuses are census records that were taken at the state-level rather than at the federal. Often, but not always, a state took their census in ten year increments 5 years from when the Federal Census was taken, such as State censuses can even serve as substitutes for missing federal censuses. For more information on state censuses, visit United States Census Bureau.

Territorial censuses were taken by the federal government to count the population in federal territories. The government needed to count the population in the territory to see if it could qualify for statehood. For more information on territorial censuses, visit the US Territorial Census page.

No state census records are known to exist for West Virginia.

Other Census Images[edit | edit source]

Why Use the Census?[edit | edit source]

State census records can be one of the easiest ways to locate where an ancestor's family lived and when they lived there. Information varies based on year and location, but information that may be included in a census can include:

  • Name of each person in the family at the time the census was taken
  • Street or Avenue, or number Rural Free Delivery
  • Sex
  • Age
  • Color
  • Nativity
  • Place of birth of this person
  • Place of birth of Father of this person
  • Place of birth of Mother of this person
  • Period of Residence
  • How long a resident of this State (years and months)
  • How long a resident of this enumeration district (years and months)
  • Regular occupation
  • Military service


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West Virginia Census Records

Statewide West Virginia Census records that exist are , , (fragment, see below), , , , and

There are Industry and Agriculture Schedules and  The Mortality Schedules for the years and The Union Veterans Schedules exist for

Researchers wishing to find information on West Virginia residents who lived in the area before should consult the National Archives census records for the state.

The FHL, West Virginia University in Morgantown, and Charleston&#;s Archives and History Library each have collections of census records available as well. There are also many published census record abstracts for West Virginia, which can be found in various repositories around the state. An index to West Virginia&#;s federal census records is available from a number of sources, including databases on the Internet.

Until West Virginia was part of Virginia, See Virginia Census Records to locate West Virginians prior to the federal census.

Searchable West Virginia Census Databases and other Helpful Links

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Welcome to the census

The census records were released by the US National Archives April 2, , and brought online through a partnership with Archives.com. This website allows you full access to the census images, in addition to census maps and descriptions.

Please visit Getting Started to determine the best way to begin your search.

How It Works

  • Find census maps and descriptions to locate an enumeration district.
    To find a person in the census, you first need to determine the appropriate enumeration district number. This can be found by searching census district maps and descriptions.
  • Browse census images to locate a person in the census.
    Census images are organized by enumeration district number. Once you've located the correct one, you can begin to browse census images to look for your ancestor.
  • Save, share, and download images to save your work and share with family members.
    When you locate a census image, you can easily save, share, or download the image for future reference. This image can be a great keepsake, or addition to your family tree!

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Accomack County

Albemarle and Alexandria Counties

Alleghany, Amelia, Amherst, and Appomattox Counties

Augusta County

Barbour and Bath Counties

Bedford and Berkeley Counties

Boone, Botetourt, and Braxton Counties

Brooke, Brunswick, Buchanan, and Buckingham Counties

Cabell and Campbell Counties

Caroline and Carroll Counties

Calhoun, Clay, Charles City, Charlotte, and Chesterfield Counties

Clarke, Craig, Culpeper, and Cumberland Counties

Dinwiddie and Doddridge Counties

Elizabeth City, Essex, and Fairfax Counties

Fauquier and Fayette Counties

Floyd, Fluvanna, Giles, and Gilmer Counties

Franklin County

Frederick, Gloucester, and Goochland Counties

Grayson and Greenbrier Counties

Greene, Greensville, Halifax, and Hancock Counties

Hampshire and Hanover Counties

Hardy and Harrison Counties

Henrico County, city of Richmond, wards 1 and 2

Henrico County, city of Richmond, ward 3, eastern division and western subdivision

Henry, Highland, Isle of Wight, and Jackson Counties

James City and Jefferson Counties

Kanawha and King George Counties

King and Queen, King William, Lancaster, and Lee Counties

Lewis and Logan Counties

Loudoun, Louisa, and Lunenburg Counties

Madison and Marshall Counties

Marion and Mason Counties

Mathews, McDowell, Mecklenburg, and Mercer Counties

Middlesex, Montgomery, and Monroe Counties

Monongalia and Morgan Counties

Nansemond, Nelson, New Kent, and Nicholas Counties

Norfolk County

Northampton, Northumberland, and Nottoway Counties

Ohio County

Orange, Page, and Patrick Counties

Pendleton and Pittsylvania Counties

Pleasants, Pocahontas, Powhatan, and Prince Edward Counties

Preston and Prince George Counties

Prince William, Princess Anne, Pulaski, Putnam, and Raleigh Counties

Randolph, Rappahannock, Richmond, and Ritchie Counties

Roane, Roanoke, and Stafford Counties

Russell and Scott Counties

Shenandoah and Smyth Counties

Rockbridge County

Rockingham and Surry Counties

Southampton, Spotsylvania, and Sussex Counties

Taylor, Tazewell, Tucker, and Warren Counties

Tyler, Upshur, and Warwick Counties

Washington, Wayne, Webster, and Westmoreland Counties

Wetzel, Wirt, Wise, and Wood Counties

Wyoming, Wythe, and York Counties
Slave Schedules.

Accomack, Albemarle, Alleghany, Amelia, Amherst, and Appomattox Counties

Augusta, Barbour, Bath, Bedford, Berkeley, Boone, Botetourt, Braxton, Brooke, Brunswick, Buchanan, Buckingham, Cabell, and Calhoun Counties

Campbell, Caroline, Carroll, Charles City, Charlotte, and Chesterfield Counties

Clarke, Clay, Craig, Culpeper, Cumberland, Dinwiddie, Doddridge, Elizabeth City, Essex, and Fairfax Counties

Fauquier, Fayette, Floyd, Fluvanna, Franklin, Frederick, Giles, Gilmer, Gloucester, Goochland, Grayson, Greenbrier, and Greene Counties

Greensville, Halifax, Hampshire, Hanover, Hardy, Harrison, Henry, Highland, Isle of Wight, and Jackson Counties

Henrico, James City, Jefferson, Kanawha, King George, King and Queen, and King William Counties

Lancaster, Lee, Lewis, Logan, Loudoun, Louisa, Lunenburg, Madison, Marion, Marshall, Mason, and Mathews Counties

Mecklenburg, Mercer, Middlesex, Monongalia, Monroe, Montgomery, Morgan, Nansemond, Nelson, New Kent, Nicholas, and Norfolk Counties

Northampton, Northumberland, Nottoway, Ohio, Orange, Page, Patrick, Pendleton, Pittsylvania, Pleasants, Pocahontas, and Powhatan Counties

Preston, Prince Edward, Prince George, Prince William, Princess Anne, Pulaski, Putnam, Raleigh, Randolph, Rappahannock, Richmond, Ritchie, Roane, Roanoke, Rockbridge, Rockingham, Russell, Scott, Shenandoah, and Smyth Counties

Southampton, Spotsylvania, Stafford, Surry, Sussex, Tazewell, Tucker, Tyler, Upshur, Warwick, Warren, Washington, Wayne, Webster, Westmoreland, Wetzel, Wirt, Wise, Wood, Wyoming, Wythe, and York Counties

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Census west 1940 virginia

West Virginia, population census : population schedules

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Records of United States Census, are available online, click here.

Digital images of original records at the National Archives in Washington, D.C.



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