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The tax roll for Aylesford Township for the year 1792:   Be careful not to confuse the Township of Aylesford with the village of Aylesford.  In the early years Aylesford, Wilmot and Cornwallis meant the township which, if you're looking for the homestead, covered a much larger area.

St Mary's Anglican Register 1817 to 1835 Part 1:  St Mary's Anglican Register 1835 to 1861 Part 2:  A very long document,  so long that I broke it into two parts (arbitrairly).  Since there are only baptisms, no marriages or deaths, there must be other registers somewhere.

The 1838 Census for Aylesford Township:  This includes Dalhousie

The 1851 Census for Aylesford Township    The census for 1851 and 1861 are a mess, they are difficult to read and almost impossible to transcribe.

The 1861 Census for Kings County Districts 10, 11 and 12:  By 1861, officially at least, they stopped calling it Aylesford Township but the name continued for many years among the population.  This census is a real mess.

The 1871 Census, for Kings County Polling District No 12, North Aylesford, L Division 1
The 1871 Census, for Kings County Polling District No 12, North Aylesford, L Division 2
The 1871 Census, for Kings County Polling District No 12, North Aylesford, M Division 1

The 1881 Census, for Kings County North Aylesford, L Division 1
The 1881 Census, for Kings County North Aylesford, L Division 2

The 1891 Census, for Kings County 23 Dempsey Corner, L Division 1
The 1891 Census, for Kings County 24 North Kingston Aylesford, L Division 2

The 1901 Census, for Kings County, Kingston North Schedule 1 -  Part 1
The 1901 Census, for Kings County, Kingston North Schedule 1 -  Part 2
The 1901 Census, for Kings County, Kingston North Schedule 2
The 1901 Census, for Kings County, Dempsey Corner Schedule 1 Part 1
The 1901 Census, for Kings County, Dempsey Corner Schedule 1 Part 2
The 1901 Census, for Kings County, Dempsey Corner Schedule 2