1910 Massachusetts Census Map

Massachusetts Census Records

Massachusetts Census online research should begin with what is available online for free. If this proves fruitful then congratulations! If not, then I would suggest signing up for the online census images (links to the right) where you can access all the available online Massachusetts census information directly from your computer at home.

Parts of the 1800 census for Boston or much of the Suffolk area does not exist. Individuals should look towards the 1798 US Direct Tax for Boston, accessible on Microfilm through the New England Genealogical and Historical Society; or the Tax Valuation List of 1800, where the original can be found at the Massachusetts State Library.

1771 Tax Records

  • The Massachusetts Tax Valuation List of 1771
    This collection contains the names and descriptions of taxable property of nearly 38,000 individuals who resided in 152 Massachusetts towns in 1771. Data items include type and value (in pounds, shillings, and pence) of real estate, buildings, and other assets, as well as tabulation of livestock and farm commodities produced. Specific variables pertaining to value of real estate, buildings, and other assets include annual worth of whole real estate, tons of vessels, value of trading stock, value of factorage or commissions, value of money lent at interest, and types of buildings (e.g., tanhouses, stillhouses, warehouses, gristmills, superficial feet of wharf, ironworks). With respect to tabulation of livestock, variables provide information on number of horses, oxen, cows, goats, sheep, and swine. Data describing farm commodities cover acres of pasture, number of cows the pasture will keep, acres of tillage, bushels of grain produced per year, barrels of cider produced per year, acres of salt marsh, tons of salt marsh hay per year, acres of English and upland mowing land, tons of English and upland hay per year, acres of fresh meadow, and tons of fresh meadow hay per year. Other variables specify taxpayer name, title (e.g., widow, doctor, blacksmith), and status of taxpayer (e.g., decedent, landlord, free Negro).


1790 Massachusetts Census Records

1800 Massachusetts Census

1810 Massachusetts Census

1820 Massachusetts Census Records

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1855 Massachusetts State Census Records

1860 Massachusetts Census Records

1865 Massachusetts State Census Records

1870 Massachusetts Census Records

1880 Massachusetts Census Records

1890 Massachusetts Census Records

1900 Massachusetts Census Records

1910 Massachusetts Census Records

1920 Massachusetts Census Records

1930 Massachusetts Census Records

1930 Massachusetts Census Records


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  1. My Mom’s father is dead. I was told he was part of an Native tribe. His name was George Thomas Zwicker and I guess they called him Tommy. How would I go about finding information about him. My mom is sick and can’t provide me with any information of my

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