Records shown here for Calcasieu Parish as well
as Beauregard Parish, as
the first actual Census for Beauregard Parish wasn't until 1920.
1880 Calcasieu Parish - Ward 1
1880 Calcasieu Parish - Ward 2
1880 Calcasieu Parish - Complete, actual census images
1890 Census for the whole United States was largely destroyed by fire. Very few records were recovered.
1900 Calcasieu Parish -
1920 Beauregard Parish - If 21 people would pledge $20.00 each we could get the 1920 census images up on the USGenWeb Archives, and I can link to them for you --- I would be more than willing to pledge the first $20.00, if anyone else is interested, please contact me ----- See here to see how it works.
1930 Beauregard Parish - This census was released in April of 2002.
Enumeration districts for 1930 census
6-1 Police Jury Ward 1
6-2 Merryville Town
6-3 Police Jury Ward 2 excluding Merryville Town
6-4 De Ridder City (East Part)
6-5 De Ridder City (Northwest Part)
6-6 De Ridder City (Southwest Part)
Institution(s): De Ridder Sanitarium; Beauregard Parish Jail
6-7 Police Jury Ward 3 (Northeast Part) excluding De Ridder City
6-8 Police Jury Ward 3 (Southwest Part) excluding De Ridder City
6-9 Police Jury Ward 4
6-10 Police Jury Ward 5
6-11 Police Jury Ward 6
6-12 Police Jury Ward 7 (Northwest Part)
6-13 Police Jury Ward 7 (Southeast Part)
6-14 Police Jury Ward 8
1940 & Later Census Records
According to the National Archives and Records Administration the 1940 and later censuses are not available to the public use due to a statutory 72-year restriction on access for privacy reasons. (92 Stat. 915; Public Law 95-416; October 5, 1978).
To make application (named person, family or legal representatives
only) for this restricted information, visit the United States Census Bureau
"age search" service where they will "search the confidential
records from the Federal population censuses of 1940 to 1990 and issue an official
transcript of the results (for a congressionally mandated fee)." (This
fee is $40.00)