1850 Census Directory

This is is the directory of census records for our family members from the year 1850. All information has been transcribed from microfilms of the original data, available from a variety of sources.

Please note that the names in the following directory appear just as they were found in the census data, even though we may know some of the individuals by different names. When you click on the persons' names, their household's census data will appear in a separate window.

NamesCounty, State
Allen, James & ElizabethFloyd, IN
Allen, Thomas & MarthaFloyd, IN
Allen, William & Eliza JaneDefiance, OH
Allen, William & Martha J.Floyd, IN
Brooks, Clarkson F. & SallyLogan, IL
Brown, Robert & MatildaFloyd, IN
Candy, Marquis & Mary F.Logan, IL
Carey, Almrn & SarahFulton, IL
Carey, Benjamin & HannahMiami, OH
Carey, George & Rebecca A., including Elizabeth CareyMiami, OH
Carey, John & MaryMiami, OH
Carey, Robert & MaryMiami, OH
Carey, Thomas & Mrs.Elkhart, IN
Cary, David C. & Sarah T.Paulding, OH
Cary, Isaac & AurelPaulding, OH
Cary, Shadrack H. & Delila A.Paulding, OH
Clark, Carman & HarriettSangamon, IL
Clark, Daniel I. & ElizabethLogan, IL
Clark, David W. & HannahLogan, IL
Clark, Henry & ElizabethLawrence, IN
Clark, John & ElizaLogan, IL
Clark, John & PermeliaLogan, IL
Clark, John & NancyMonroe, IN
Clark, John W. & Ann, including Isaac ClarkLogan, IL
Clark, Richard W. & MargaretLogan, IL
Clark, Zedikiah & EmillaFulton, IL
Cook, John & SarahLawrence, IN
Cooper, Joseph & CalistaBerrien, MI
Davis, George A. & FloraLawrence, IN
Dement, Samuel & PhebeLogan, IL
French, HannahLogan, IL
Gibson, William & SarahFloyd, IN
Gideon, Alfred & ElizabethSangamon, IL
Gilstrap, PeggyLawrence, IN
Green, RachaelWashington, IN
Green, Washington & CeliaGibson, IN
Helton, Andrew & HannahMonroe, IN
Helton, John S. & Martha J.Lawrence, IN
Helton, Pleasant & RebeccaLawrence, IN
Helton, PollyLawrence, IN
Horst, Joseph & AnnaDauphin, PA
Hudson, George W. & MargaretLawrence, IN
Hudson, James & SarahDefiance, OH
Inman, John & JuliaMercer, OH
Jones, Charles S. & KatharineLogan, IL
Langdon, Joseph & CatharineMifflin, PA
Marshall, Simeon H. & Mary Jane, including Phoebe MarshallVenango, PA
Martin, Moses & CatherineLawrence, IN
McKinney, Isaac & Mrs., including Joseph CareyElkhart, IN
McMullen, James & Sarah, including Stephen WinansMiami, OH
Mitchell, Robert & MargaretLawrence, IN
Norton, Norman & Sarah W.Logan, IL
Parker, John & MargaretButler, PA
Pennell, Union & Amanda, including Freeman CaryBerrien, MI
Perry, David & SusannahVenango, PA
Parker, James, including Sarah PerryButler, PA
Perry, James & Mary J.Venango, PA
Perry, John & MaryMiami, OH
Perry, Thomas & MaryVenango, PA
Perry, Wm & ElizabethVenango, PA
Plank, ChristianMifflin, PA
Plank, Isaac & BarbaraMifflin, PA
Plank, Samuel & JuliannLogan, OH
Prabasco, John W. & CharlotteBrown, IL
Price, MaryHamilton, OH
Prillman, Daniel & PhebeMiami, OH
Ream, Peter & BarbaraStark, OH
Reed, Silas L. & ZipporahLawrence, IN
Riddle, JohnSangamon, IL
Rollins, Jonathan & RachelWabash, IN
Scudder, Cummings & SarahMiami, OH
Seward, Austin & JaneMonroe, IN
Shaw, William, including Mary TownsendMifflin, PA
Smith, Daniel & Mary AnnVenango, PA
Smith, David & MaryVenango, PA
Spicer, Samuel & SarahMiami, OH
Stafford, Thomas & LavinaLawrence, IN
Sterrett, Nathaniel & MaryMifflin, PA
Stillwell, George W. & HarrietMiami, OH
Strong, William Z. & NancyBerrien, MI
Voss, Clement & MaryOwen, IN
Voss, Francis A. & NancyMonroe, IN
Voss, John G. & Mary M.Owen, IN
Voss, Lorenzo & ElviraLawrence, IN
Voss, Thomas & LydiaJefferson, KY
Voss, William & ElizabethLawrence, IN
Walker, John F. & SarahMonroe, IN
Wilhelm, John & CatharineDauphin, PA
Wilhelm, John & ElizaDauphin, PA
Williams, PollyVenango, PA
Williams, Perry & JaneVenango, PA
Winans, James & MarthaElkhart, IN
Winans, Richard & RosabelAdams, IN
Winans, Stephen & ElizaMiami, OH
Winins, ElizabethBroome, NY
Woolery, Joseph & Nancy H.Cooper, MO
Woolery, Stephen & Hannah (Sep)Cooper, MO
Woolery, Stephen & Hannah (Oct)Cooper, MO
Woollery, Jacob & HannahLawrence, IN
Woollery, Jonathan & HarrietLawrence, IN

What's New in 1850? This is the first year in which the census takers attempt to list every inhabitant of the United States, not just heads of household. Occupation and birthplace of each person are now listed. And, in a time when most Americans are farmers, they are asked the value of their real estate.

This page was last updated 6 Nov 2014.