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KERR COUNTY CENSUS RECORDS

for
1900 - 1910 - 1920 - 1930
(the Links to Images & Indexes are below)

 

Here's how to use our Census Indices with the Online Census Images:  The E.D. Number and the accompanying Page Number is the identifier for each page of these Online Census Images.  Some of our Census Indexes were made up before the online images were available, therefore, some will have 
different use methods.   We hope this explanation will help. (E.D. means Enumeration District)

In the 1900 Census Image Page Listings,  41-01b.gif would be E.D.41 Page 1-b under "Images Page" in the Index.

In the 1910 online census, 161-10a.gif would mean E.D. 161 page 10A.    The 1910 census index will show the page in the first column, then the E.D. number in the next to last column.. 

In the 1920 online census, the same method is used as in 1910.   125-03a.gif would be E.D.125 Page 3A.  The page is in the first column and the E.D. number in the next to last column.

In the 1930 Census Image Page Listings, 01-09a.gif  would be the 01-09A found in the "Image Page" Column of the Index (for Adams, Kathryn,as an example). 
Note: If the census page is too small to read, point your mouse to the middle of the page, then click on the enlarger button that appears at the bottom right of the image

Free Blank Census Pages

 

 

1900 Kerr County Census  

 

 Index to the 1900 Kerr County Census by: Shirley Webb
(A Head of Household Index)
 

A-G       H - O      P - Z

 

This Index also includes the names of those whose surname is different  from that of the Head.  Jot down the page number by the name, use your "back button" to return to this page.
 

 

1910 Kerr County Census  


 Index to the 1910 Kerr County Census by: Charles Sherman
(An Every Name Index)

 

A-G             H-O           P-Z

 

Click on the alpha group above which will contain the surname you seek.   Jot down the Page Number (first column) and the E.D. Number (next to last column).  Use your "back button" to return to this page.  Then click on 1910 Kerr County Census (above) & follow the directions for accessing the Census Image Page as previously described.

 

 

1920 Kerr County Census  

Index to the 1920 Kerr County Census by: Charles Sherman
(An Every Name Index)

 

A-G           H-Q          R-Z

 

Click on the alpha group above which will contain the surname you seek.   Jot down the Page Number (first column) and the E.D. Number (next to last column).  Use your "back button" to return to this page.  Then click on 1920 Kerr County Census (above) & follow the directions for accessing the Census Image Page as previously described.

 

 

The 1930 Kerr County Census

 
 Index to the 1930 Kerr County Census by: Charles Sherman
(A Head of Household Index)
 

A-K           L-Z

 

This Index also includes the names of those whose surname is different from that of the Head.  Jot down the page number by the name, use your "backbutton" to return to this page.  For more information on the 1930 census form and what each column means, click here

 

 

For 1860, 1870 & 1880 Kerr County Census: 
Go to:  Look-ups Page

 

1880 Census Note:

  The LDS Church has put its entire 1880 United States, 1881 Canada and 1881 British Census database online at:

https://www.familysearch.org/

 

 

The Kerr County census microfilm can also be found at most libraries in Texas, including Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library in Kerrville, and the National Archives Branch in Ft. Worth.

 

You can find free blank census forms online at:  http://www.cyndislist.com/census.htm/#Forms

 

 

All copyright laws are observed, however, and no unauthorized use of copyrighted materials is allowed.

 


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