Please read the following guidelines below before requesting a census lookup. These were requested to be created by the volunteers themselves. Genealogists should respect their terms.
Census requests must be specific. Please, NO general surname searches (EXAMPLE: All Smiths in the County). To help the volunteer with your request, try to include a approximate date range (if known) for your request (EXAMPLE: John Doe in 1870 Census - State - City/Town and Township if known)
DO NOT send the same census request to multiple volunteers. They do not like to duplicate or work on the same request. Please ONLY send one volunteer the census look up at a time.
EXAMPLE: Jane, Joe & June are listed as volunteers for Alaska for the 1900 census. Send a lookup request to Jane. Wait for your reply email from Jane. If you were not satisfied with her findings, then try the next available volunteer with your request. Do not ask ALL three of them at once.
Please only request 1 - 2 names per request, per state, per week to the volunteer. Some of them do census look ups for ALL states. This helps prevent them from getting overloaded with requests from the same person(s). They often get several requests daily and it will slow down their replies back if the same person(s) keep submitting several requests daily/weekly. If by chance you submit multiple census requests per state to the same volunteer; your multiple requests may be postponed being answered until they are caught up with the ones they recieved before you.
For further information about our web site or volunteer guidelines, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions
|County||Volunteer||Vermont Census Year Look Up|
|1860, 1870, 1900, 1910, 1920|
|1850, 1860, 1870, 1880, 1900, 1910, 1920 & 1930|