Tennessee 1860 census

Tennessee 1860 census DEFAULT
 Not a complete list of counties - only those with online census records

Anderson Co.Bedford Co.Benton Co.Blount Co.Bradley Co.Campbell Co.Cannon Co.Carroll Co.Carter Co.Claiborne Co.Cocke Co.Cumberland Co.Davidson Co.Decatur Co.DeKalb Co.Dickson Co.Dyer Co.Fentress Co.Gibson Co.Giles Co.Greene Co.Grundy Co.Hamilton Co.Hancock Co.Hardin Co.Hawkins Co.Haywood Co.Henderson Co.Hickman Co.
    1860 Federal CensusCenterville
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    1860 Federal CensusDistrict 1
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    1860 Federal CensusDistrict 10
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    1860 Federal CensusDistrict 11
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    1860 Federal CensusDistrict 12
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    1860 Federal CensusDistrict 13
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    1860 Federal CensusDistrict 14
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    1860 Federal CensusDistrict 15
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    1860 Federal CensusDistrict 2
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    1860 Federal CensusDistrict 3
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    1860 Federal CensusDistrict 9
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    1860 Federal Census - Mortality Schedule
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    Index to 1860 Federal Census
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Jackson Co.Jefferson Co.Johnson Co.Lauderdale Co.Lawrence Co.Lewis Co.Lincoln Co.Madison Co.Marshall Co.Meigs Co.Monroe Co.Obion Co.Overton Co.Perry Co.Putnam Co.Rhea Co.Roane Co.Scott Co.Sequatchie Co.Sevier Co.Shelby Co.Smith Co.Stewart Co.Sullivan Co.Sumner Co.Union Co.Van Buren Co.Warren Co.Washington Co.Wayne Co.Weakley Co.White Co.Williamson Co.
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Tennessee Census Records

Tennessee Electronic Library

Census records are available free to Tennessee residents.  Go to the Tennessee Electronic Library (TEL),
select Genealogy under TEL Shortcuts, then select HeritageQuest Online.

DESCRIPTIONS OF CENSUS RECORDS 1790 - 1940

The Tennessee State Library and Archives has an extensive collection of census records for the state of Tennessee. The following descriptions provide a brief summary of our holdings.

1790, 1800 and 1810: Tennessee became a state in 1796. The territorial census schedules and the 1800 census were lost or destroyed. The 1810 census of Tennessee was also lost, except for Grainger and Rutherford counties, which have been indexed.

1820: This census is incomplete and most East Tennessee counties are missing. Please visit the Ask Us a Question! web page to check on which county records are available.  Heads of household are listed by name, while family members are indicated by numbers of males and females by age groups.

1830: Heads of household are listed by name, family members are indicated by numbers of males and females by age groups. The census includes age and gender of free blacks, slaves, and deaf, dumb, and blind people included in the household.

1840: Heads of household are listed by name, family members are indicated by numbers of males and females by age groups. The census includes age and gender of free blacks, slaves, and deaf, dumb, and blind people included in the household.

1850: Heads of household and family members are listed by name; their age is given as of the census day (June 1, 1850).  The census information includes the individual’s birthplace, race, if the individual was married within the previous year, if individuals over 20 could read or write, and the occupation of males over 15.   The census lists if the individual is a deaf-mute, blind, insane, idiotic, a pauper or a convict.  No relationships are included in the listings, although the first listing is the head of the household.

1860: Heads of household and family members are listed by name; their age is given as of the census day (June 1, 1860).  The census information includes the individual’s birthplace, race, if the individual was married within the previous year, if individuals over 20 could read or write, and the occupation of males over 15.   The census lists if the individual is a deaf-mute, blind, insane or “idiotic”.  No relationships are included in the listings, although the first listing is the head of the household.

1870: Heads of household and family members are listed by name; their age is listed as of the census day (June 1, 1870).  The census information includes the individual’s birthplace (state or country), race, if the mother or father was of foreign birth, if the individual was married within the previous year, if the individual attended school within the previous year,  if individual could read or write, and the occupation of males over 15.   The census lists if the individual is a deaf-mute, blind, insane or “idiotic”.  No relationships are included in the listings; the first listing is the head of the household.

1880: Heads of household and family members are listed by name; their age is listed as of the census day (June 1, 1880).  Family member listings include their relationship to the head of the household. The census information includes the individual’s birthplace (state or country), race, marital status, if the individual was married within the previous year, if the mother or father was of foreign birth (location by state or country), if the individual attended school within the previous year,  if individual could read or write, and their occupation.  The census lists if the individual is a deaf-mute, blind, insane, “idiotic”, maimed, crippled bedridden or otherwise disabled.

1890: The 1890 census was destroyed in a records warehouse fire before microfilm was invented. There are no surviving Tennessee census records for 1890.

1891: Tennessee conducted an enumeration of male voters in 1891.  Some of these voter lists include age and race, but no other personal or family information is provided.

1900: Heads of household and family members are listed by name; their age is listed as of the census day (June 1, 1900) and includes the birth month and year, as well as the birthplace (location by state or county). Family member listings include their relationship to the head of the household. The census information includes the individual’s race, marital status and number of years married, occupation, names and birthplaces of the the mother and father (location by state or country)  and if the individual can read or write.  Those born in other countries are asked for the year of immigration and the number of years they have lived in the United States.  Females are asked for the number of children they have bore.

1910: Heads of household and family members are listed by name; their age is listed as of the census day (April 15, 1910) and includes the individual’s birthplace (location by state or county). Family member listings include their relationship to the head of the household. The census information includes the individual’s race, marital status and number of years married, occupation, names and birthplaces of the mother and father (location by state or country), if the individual can read or write and what language they speak.  Those born in other countries are asked for the year of immigration and whether they are a naturalized citizen.  Females are asked for the number of children they have bore.  Males are asked if served in the Union or Confederate Army or Navy.

1920: Heads of household and family members are listed by name; their age is listed as of the census day (January 1, 1920) and includes the individual’s birthplace (location by state or county). Family member listings include their relationship to the head of the household. The census information includes the individual’s race, marital status, occupation, if the individual can read or write and what language they speak.  Those born in other countries are asked for the year of immigration, whether they are a naturalized citizen and the year of naturalization.

1930: Heads of household and family members are listed by name; their age is listed as of the census day (April 1, 1930)   and includes the individual’s birthplace (location by state or county). Family member listings include their relationship to the head of the household.  The census information includes the individual’s race, marital status and age at first marriage, occupation, if the individual can read or write, if they attended school or college, and what languages they speak.  Those born in other countries are asked for the year of immigration and whether they are a naturalized citizen.  Individuals are asked if they are a veteran of any US military or naval force and to specify the war or expedition.

1940: Heads of household and family members are listed by name; their age is listed as of the census day (April 1, 1940) and includes the individual’s birthplace (location by state or county). Family member listings include their relationship to the head of the household.  The census information includes the individual’s race, marital status, the highest grade of school completed, citizenship of those born outside the United States, and the occupation of those 14 and older.  Two individuals on each census ledger page were asked additional questions:  birth place of mother and father; language spoken at home in earliest childhood; and if the individual was a veteran or the wife, widow or child of a veteran. Females selected for the additional questions were asked additionally if they had been married more than once, their age at marriage, and the number of children then have bore.

CENSUS AVAILABILITY

The Tennessee State Library and Archives has an extensive collection of census records for the state of Tennessee.  Online viewing of Tennessee census records is available through the terminals located in the Public Services section of the Tennessee State Library and Archives Tuesday - Saturday 8:00am - 4:30pm. The Library and Archives also has microfilm copies of extant Tennessee census records up through 1930.

Your local library may provide access to web sites such as HeritageQuest Online or AncestryLibrary.com, which have scanned the existing Tennessee census records for 1810 - 1880 and 1900 - 1940.  Residents of Tennessee can access census records on HeritageQuest Online by going through the Tennessee Electronic Library. The archives.org web site also offers scanned PDFs of Tennessee census records to the public.

CENSUS INDEXES

The Tennessee State Library and Archives has a number of published census indexes; several cover state-wide listings for a specific census year, which others cover a specific county during a census year.  Please visit the Ask Us a Question! web page for the availability of these indexes and what information they contain.

ORDERING CENSUS RECORDS OR CENSUS INDEXES

Please see our web site for information on ordering copies of Tennessee census records or copies of Tennessee census indexes.

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Descriptions of Census and Indexes 1850-1880

Obtaining Copies of Indexes and Census Entries

Abbreviations used for Tennessee Counties 1850-1880

Bibliography of Tennessee Census Index Books

Tennessee Census Availability at Libraries and Archives Nationwide


Beginning in 1850, the census records showed names and ages for all white and free black individuals, not just heads-of-households. Beginning in 1870, all black individuals were included in the regular census. The authors who have published these Tennessee census indexes have used different methods for each index book, described as follows.

 



DESCRIPTIONS OF CENSUS AND INDEXES

1850: Sistler's index lists all of the families in the state alphabetically by head-of-household, and shows names and ages of all family members. At the end of each entry the state of birth for the first two people listed in the household is shown, followed by the county code, household #, and the handwritten page number from the original census. Sistler's index also has a cross-reference volume listing people living in households of a different surname. When answering mail inquiries, our staff check this cross-index only if the name you inquire about does not appear in the main listings. No slaves are listed in this index. Another index, published by Jackson, lists only the heads-of-household with a county and page number. It does not give any information on family members. The original census schedules include additional information not provided in the index, including state-of-birth for each individual, occupation, value of property, etc.

1860: The 1860 census provides about the same information as the 1850. Sistler's index lists all of the families in the state alphabetically by head-of-household, showing names and ages for all free persons. Each member of the household, including those with different surnames, is shown. Persons living with a family of a different surname are also cross-indexed under their own surnames. These cross-references are marked with an asterisk. Following each entry is a county symbol followed by one or two numbers. If one number, it is the handwritten number shown on the original schedule. If two numbers, the second one is the stamped number in the upper right corner of the original schedule. Free black people are identified by a (B) or (Mu) after the individual's name, or by (black family) or (mulatto family) if that applies to the entire entry. A partial index by Jackson is also available, covering counties alphabetically from Anderson through Knox only. Jackson's index is an alphabetical list of every individual (not just heads-of-household). Members of the same family are not necessarily listed together. Ages are not given.

1870: The 1870 census provides about the same information as the 1850 and 1860. Sistler's index lists only heads-of-household with their ages and a county and page number. The original census schedule must be viewed to see names and ages for family members. A (B) indicates a black or a mulatto individual. Persons living with a family of a different surname are listed under their own surname and marked with an asterisk.

1880: The 1880 census provides all the information the 1870 census does, plus birthplace of the parents of each person name, as well as month and year of birth of each person listed. Sistler's 1880 index (east, middle and west Tennessee volumes) lists only heads of households.

Residents of Tennessee can view scanned copies of Tennessee census records by going through the Tennessee Electronic Library (TEL), clicking on the Genealogy tab, and then selecting HeritageQuest Online.

Your local library may provide access to web sites such as HerigateQuest Online or AncestryLibrary.com, which have scanned the existing Tennessee census records for 1810 - 1880 and 1900 - 1940. The archives.org web site also offers scanned PDFs of Tennessee census records to the public.

 


OBTAINING COPIES FROM INDEXES AND FROM THE CENSUS

The Tennessee State Library & Archives can provide copies from census index books 1820-1880 and from any original (handwritten) census schedule. To obtain copies of census records, please see our web page on ordering census records by mail.

 


TENNESSEE COUNTY ABBREVIATIONS 1850-1880

Each census index entry provides the county name and census page number.

This list will help you identify county names which have been abbreviated by the indexer.

The year the county was created is also listed.

A

Anderson 1801

 

L

Lauderdale 1835

B

Bedford 1807

 

LK

Lake 1870

BE

Benton 1835

 

LA

Lawrence 1817

BL

Bledsoe 1807

 

LE

Lewis 1843

BO

Blount 1795

 

LI

Lincoln 1809

BR

Bradley 1836

 

LO

Loudon 1870

C

Campbell 1806

 

M

Macon 1842

CA

Cannon 1836

 

MA

Madison 1821

CR

Carroll 1821

 

MR

Marion 1817

CT

Carter 1796

 

MS

Marshall 1836

CE

Cheatham 1856

 

MU

Maury 1807

CH

Chester 1875-1879

 

MC

McMinn 1819

CL

Claiborne 1801

 

MN

McNairy 1823

CY

Clay 1870

 

ME

Meigs 1836

CO

Cocke 1797

 

MO

Monroe 1819

CF

Coffee 1836

 

MT

Montgomery 1796

CC

Crockett 1845-1871

 

MOO

Moore 1871

CU

Cumberland 1855-1856

 

MG

Morgan 1817

D

Davidson 1783

 

O

Obion 1823

DE

Decatur 1845

 

OV

Overton 1806

DK

Dekalb 1837

 

P

Perry 1818

DI

Dickson 1803

 

PI

Pickett 1879

DY

Dyer 1823

 

PO

Polk 1839

F

Fayette 1824

 

PU

Putnam 1854

FE

Fentress 1823

 

R

Rhea 1807

FR

Franklin 1807

 

RO

Roane 1801

G

Gibson 1823

 

RB

Robertson 1796

GI

Giles 1809

 

RU

Rutherford 1803

GR

Grainger 1796

 

S

Scott 1849

GE

Greene 1783

 

SQ

Sequatchie 1857-1858

GU

Grundy 1844

 

SE

Sevier 1794

HM

Hamblen 1870

 

SH

Shelby 1819

H

Hamilton 1819

 

SM

Smith 1799

HA

Hancock 1844

 

ST

Stewart 1803

HR

Hardeman 1823

 

SU

Sullivan 1779

HD

Hardin 1819

 

SN

Sumner 1786

HW

Hawkins 1786

 

T

Tipton 1823

HY

Haywood 1823

 

TR

Trousdale 1870

HE

Henderson 1821

 

U

Unicoi 1875

HN

Henry 1821

 

UN

Union 1850

HI

Hickman 1807

 

V

Van Buren 1840

HO

Houston 1871

 

W

Warren 1807

HU

Humphreys 1809

 

WA

Washington 1777

J

Jackson 1801

 

WY

Wayne 1817

JA

James 1871

 

WE

Weakley 1823

JE

Jefferson 1792

 

WH

White 1806

JO

Johnson 1836

 

WI

Williamson 1799

K

Knox 1792

 

WL

Wilson 1799

 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF TENNESSEE CENSUS INDEX BOOKS

We have indicated which book(s) your copies are from.

Bentley, Elizabeth. Index to the 1820 Census of Tennessee. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1981.

Jackson, Ronald V. and G.R. Teeples. Tennessee 1820 Census. Bountiful, Utah: Accelerated Indexing Systems, 1974.

Sistler, Byron. 1830 Census - East Tennessee. Evanston, Illinois: Byron Sistler & Assoc., 1969.

Sistler, Byron. 1830 Census - Middle Tennessee. Evanston, Illinois: Byron Sistler & Assoc., 1971.

Sistler, Byron. 1830 Census - West Tennessee. Evanston, Illinois: Byron Sistler & Assoc., 1971.

Jackson, Ronald V. et al. Tennessee 1840 Census Index. Bountiful, Utah: Accelerated Indexing Systems, 1976.

Sistler, Byron and Barbara Sistler. 1840 Census - Tennessee. Nashville: Byron Sistler & Assoc., 1986.

Jackson, Ronald V. Tennessee 1850 Census Index. Bountiful, Utah: Accelerated Indexing Systems, 1981.

Sistler, Byron and Barbara Sistler. 1850 Census - Tennessee (8 vols.). Nashville: Byron Sistler & Assoc., 1974.

Sistler, Byron and Barbara Sistler. 1860 Census - Tennessee (5 vols.). Nashville: Byron Sistler & Assoc., 1981.

[Jackson, Ronald V.] Tennessee 1860 Census Index (4 vols.). Bountiful, Utah: Accelerated Indexing Systems, 1982.

Sistler, Byron and Barbara Sistler. 1870 Census - Tennessee (2 vols.). Nashville: Byron Sistler & Assoc., 1985.

Sistler, Byron and Barbara Sistler. 1880 Census - East Tennessee. Nashville: Byron Sistler & Assoc., 1997.

Sistler, Byron and Barbara Sistler. 1880 Census - Middle Tennessee. Nashville: Byron Sistler & Assoc., 2000.



TENNESSEE CENSUS AVAILABILITY AT LIBRARIES AND ARCHIVES NATIONWIDE

The National Archives and Records Administration has provided TSLA with a list of libraries and archives that have extensive collections of Tennessee census microfilm .

 

Updated March 5, 2013

 

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