Ozaukee County,
Wisconsin

Ozaukee County Census

1850 Washington County Census

In 1853, Ozaukee County was formed from Washington County. I am currently transcribing the 1850 Washington County federal census. This census contained the townships that currently make up Ozaukee County. It is my hope that this census will be helpful to those researching the earliest settlers of Ozaukee County, Wisconsin.

Belgium Township
Cedarburg Township
Fredonia Township
Grafton Township
Mequon Township
Port Washington Township
Saukville Township

Actual images of the 1850 Washington County census pages.




1855 Ozaukee County - Belgium

The State Census for Ozaukee County for Belgium township transcribed by Melissa Link Grider.




1860 Ozaukee County Census

Belgium
Cedarburg
Fredonia
Grafton
Mequon
Port Washington
Saukville





1870 Ozaukee County Census

Belgium
Cedarburg
Fredonia
Grafton
Mequon contributed by John Faludi - Thanks again, John
Port Washington
Saukville




1880 Ozaukee County Census

Generous volunteers have transcribed census records for particular townships in Ozaukee County and have contributed them to this site. If you find their work valuable to your research, please take a minute to thank them for their hard work.

Belgium contributed by William E. Enters
Cedarburg contributed by William E. Enters
Fredonia contributed by William E. Enters
Grafton
Mequon contributed by John Faludi
Port Washington contributed by William E. Enters
Saukville contributed by William E. Enters

The entire 1880 U.S. census is now available for searching at the Latter Day Saints website.




1885 Ozaukee County State Census

Censuses were taken by the state of Wisconsin from 1836, when it was a territory, until 1905. The 1836, 1838, 1842, 1846, 1847, 1855, 1875, 1885, 1895, and the surviving fragments of the 1865 censuses resemble the early federal censuses, listing only the head of a household by name and summarizing the number of others. The 1905 census was the only state census in Wisconsin to list all the members of a household by name.

Belgium
Cedarburg
Fredonia
Grafton
Mequon contributed by John Faludi
Port Washington
Saukville




1890 Ozaukee County Census


A fire at the U.S. Census Bureau in 1921 destroyed the original manuscripts of the 1890 U.S. censuses. No Wisconsin schedules (and almost none for the rest of the country) survive for that particular census year. I have transcribed the
1890 Veterans Schedule for Ozaukee County which lists some of the surviving veterans or their widows.



1905 Ozaukee County State Census
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This is the only state census listing all members of the household.

Belgium
Cedarburg (
City - Town)
Fredonia
Grafton (
Village - Town)
Mequon
Port Washington (
City - Town)
Saukville


1910 Ozaukee County Census Index

This index lists the surname, given name, age, sex, race, birthplace, and locality at the time of the census for the head of household member. It was generously contributed by Eileen Parris to help other reseachers in Ozaukee County ~Thank you, Eileen!

I've divided the index into four pages for faster loading. The first page contains some lines with lines drawn through the suname and given name columns. I looked at the microfilmed census page and it has this note: "Sheet made from cards punched by order of Mr. Hunt - Feb. Original sheet lost after cards were punched"

A - F
G - M
N - S
T - Z


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