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Butler County, Alabama
Year & Subdistricts* Links NARA Roll Transcription
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*These incluse Township, Precinct, City, Town, Village, District, Division, and Ward.
From 1880 on, enumeration has been done by ED, or enumeration district.
1830 Images M19-2 Available For Transcription 
1840   M704-1 Available For Transcription 
1850 Free Index M432-2 ACP Standard Census Transcription in the USGenWeb Archives
1850 Slave Archives M432-17 Available For Transcription 
1860 Free
Precinct 1
  M653-3 Available For Transcription  
1860 Free
Precinct 2
  M653-3 Available For Transcription  
1860 Free
Precinct 3
  M653-3 Available For Transcription  
1860 Free
Precinct 4
  M653-3 Available For Transcription  
1860 Free
Precinct 5
  M653-3 Available For Transcription  
1860 Free
Precinct 6
  M653-3 Available For Transcription  
1860 Free
Precinct 7
  M653-3 Available For Transcription  
1860 Free
Precinct 8
  M653-3 Available For Transcription  
1860 Free
Precinct 9
Index M653-3 ACP Standard Census 
Transcription in the USGenWeb Archives Available For
2nd Transcription
1860 Free
Precinct 10
Index M653-3 ACP Standard Census 
Transcription in the USGenWeb Archives Available For
2nd Transcription
1860 Free
Precinct 11
  M653-3 Available For Transcription  
1860 Free
Precinct 12
  M653-3 Available For Transcription  
1860 Free
Precinct 13
  M653-3 Available For Transcription  
1860 Free
Precinct 14
  M653-3 Available For Transcription  
1860 Free
Precinct 15
  M653-3 Available For Transcription  
1860 Slave   M653-27 Available For Transcription  
1870   M593-5 Available For Transcription  
1880
SD 4/ED 36
  T9-4 Available  
1880
SD 4/ED 37
  T9-4 Available  
1880
SD 4/ED 38
  T9-4 Available  
1880
SD 4/ED 39
  T9-4 Available  
1880
SD 4/ED 40
  T9-4 Available  
1880
SD 4/ED 41
  T9-4 Available  
1880
SD 4/ED 42
  T9-4 Available  
Except for a small section, the Alabama 1890 Federal Population Schedules were completely destroyed by fire in the Commerce Department Building in January 1921. The Special Schedules Enumerating Union Veterans and Widows in Alabama also did not survive.
1900
ED 10-17
  T623-4 Available For Transcription  
1900
ED 18
  T623-4
& 5
Available For Transcription  
1900
ED 19-23
  T623-5 Available For Transcription  
1910
ED 16-25
  T624-3 Available For Transcription  
1910
ED 26-28
  T624-4 Available For Transcription  
1910
ED 29
  T624-3 Available For Transcription  
1910
ED 30-33
  T624-4 Available For Transcription  
1920
ED 17-32
  T625-4 Available For Transcription  
1920
ED 33-34
  T625-5 Available For Transcription  
1930
7-1 to 7-28
  T626-4 Available For Transcription Online Link to us-census.org
All information in this table Copyright 2006 by Christine Ayers & Maggie Stewart.

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